Counselor - MHT Family Life Center
Occupation: Pastoral Counseling
Company: MHT Family Life Center
Location: Riverdale, GA.
Last Updated: Jan 15, 2013 12:00am
MHT Family Life Center strives to provide our clients with comprehensive, non-judgment and compassionate care as we journey with them to explore who they are, where they are and who they desire to be and/or what they desire to overcome. We offer a safe and sacred space that invites our clients to find inner peace, self-love and grace.
In the area of Marriage and Family Therapy, we works with couples to achieve the following:
Developing healthy communication skills, both verbal and non-verbal
Understanding the power of listening
Re-establishing trust within the relationship
Exploring unhealthy boundaries and developing healthy boundaries
Exploring marital myths and developing a healthy understanding of marriage as covenant
We also are experienced working with persons who are facing but not limited to the following issues:
Trauma and Crisis
Grief and Loss
And offer the following group counseling services:
Why and I Angry
Recovering from Trauma
Who Am I
Transition and Change
Anxiety and Meditation
The Black Womens Experience
Rev. Malone is married and has three beautiful children. She graduated from Mercer University in Atlanta, Georgia in 2006 where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Social Science degree, the Interdenominational Theological Center (ITC) in Atlanta, Georgia in 2009 where she earned a Masters of Divinity degree with a concentration in Psychology of Religion and Pastoral Care. She also pursued extensive training in clinical pastoral education and clinical pastoral care and counseling and psychotherapy; completing 12 months of clinical education at Emory Center for Pastoral Services, and 18 months of clinical pastoral care and counseling and psychotherapy at Care and Counseling Center of Georgia. Currently Rev. Malone is pursuing the Doctorate of Theology and Pastoral Care and Counseling degree at Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, Georgia; and serves as a co-teacher for Introduction to Pastoral Care and Counseling within the Atlanta Theological Association (Candler School of Theology of Emory University, The Interdenominational Theological Centering, and Columbia Theological Seminary).