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New Grant Park Counseling Center Opens

By Carol Pitts
The Care and Counseling Center of Georgia (CCCG) has opened a new office in Grant Park, located on the third floor of Park Avenue Baptist Church. The Care and Counseling Center of Georgia is a nonprofit interfaith organization offering counseling and pastoral care to individuals (adults, adolescents, and children), couples, families, and groups.
The counselor working at the Grant Park location is Lanta Cooper, M.S., M.Div., NCC. Lanta has a range of experience serving children, adolescents, adults, and families, offering a sincere, compassionate, and authentic presence to others, reminding them that they are not alone.
What makes CCCG different from other counselors or agencies is the experience, training, and perspective the staff brings to each client: an integration of sound clinical practice and a deep understanding and respect for the sacred self of every client.  CCCG counselors meet you where you are on life’s journey, supporting and challenging you with compassion and gentleness. The mission is to “provide healing, wholeness, and hope to those in need and educating others for this service.”
If you are looking for a safe and secure place to heal and renew your spirit, CCCG is there to help. Counseling and educational services are open to all, regardless of age, race, ethnicity, citizenship, gender identity, sexual orientation, faith, physical ability, or economic background.
Visit CCCG at www.cccgeorgia.org for more information and to see a schedule of workshops and groups. To make an appointment, call Carol Pitts, Clinical Director, at 404-636-1457 ext. 406, or send an email to cpitts@cccgeorgia.org.
 

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