The Link Counseling Center
Specific problems and life events bring people to recognize the need for therapy. Stress, trauma, loss and difficult life events may inhibit participation in healthy, fulfilled, meaningful lives. The Link provides counseling, psychotherapy and support groups to people of all ages, helping them to heal and rebuild their lives.
In addition to individual, couples & family therapy, our not-for-profit organization provides pro bono support groups for bereaved children and for those whose lives have been impacted by a loss from suicide.
Our counseling services are provided on a sliding fee scale. Our mission is to make therapy affordable.
We are honored to provide our therapeutic services on the Kendeda campus, a place of unparalleled warmth, beauty and peace.
Children, youth, and adults begin their journeys of healing in surroundings of green space, gardens and buildings dedicated to nourishing their healing and growth.
The Link offers early morning, after school and evening appointments.
When appropriate we also offer virtual therapy sessions.
Please call 404-256-9797 to schedule an appointment.
Counseling and Psychotherapy
Therapy can serve as a place of support-a place of understanding-a place to heal.
Therapy itself is sometimes likened to a journey...
a journey into wholeness - into growth - into a greater sense of well-being.
Children & Adolescents Programs
The House Next Door is a special meeting place....
Welcoming bright colors, art and play space, a "volcano" room and gardens provide a safe, supportive environment to nurture the healing of children, teens and their families.
Grief groups have been meeting weekly at The Link's House Next Door since 1992.
Groups are designed to meet your child's unique grieving needs with group sizes that accommodate individual attention.
These groups are provided to the community free of charge.
The Link offers grief consultations and support to all who are grieving a loss.
Grief consultations are offered at no charge.
Please call 404-256-9797 and a volunteer will help you set up your grief consultation.
For those grieving a loss from suicide,
The Link's National Resource Center (NRC) for Suicide Prevention and Aftercare
is dedicated to reaching out to those whose lives have been impacted by this loss and connecting them to available resources.
Please call our Program Director, Ginny Sparrow at 404-256-2919.