The Link Counseling Center, a non-profit organization, opened its doors in 1971 with one mission: to be a refuge of healing, of clarity, or inspiration for those who come seeking help with the trauma, loss and pain of difficult life experiences. Throughout the decades, The Link has supported many Atlanta metropolitan schools.
The Link provides support to students, teachers and administration when a school is facing a crisis or loss.
The Link also provides grief education for classroom teachers and school counselors.
The Link Counseling Center recognizes the important role that schools play in
the emotional health of their students.
Consultations for School Counselors and Staff
Free grief consults for children, teens and their families
An on-site crisis support team
Classroom speakers on various mental health topics
Field Trip Program- Bring your class to learn more about feelings, their impact and healthy coping skills. Take a tour of The Link's special meeting place for children: "The House Next Door", with its volcano room, labyrinth and gardens. Participate in a fun and educational play and art therapy experience!
Contact Janet Mainor, MS, LPC, NBCC, CPCS, Executive Director (404-256-9797) for more information.
The Link values our connections with the community at large including schools, businesses, civic and faith based organizations, and other health professionals.
Experienced clinicians to speak about various mental health topics
On-site crisis support team
Participate in your program's panel discussions
Community volunteer opportunities
Contact Stuart Smith, MA, LPC, NBCC (404-256-9797) for more information.
Get In Touch
Sandy Springs Office and The House Next Door
348 Mt. Vernon Highway NE
Sandy Springs, GA 30328
Cobb County Office - Mallard Cove
1820 The Exchange - Suite 650
Atlanta, GA 30339