Rome Location

Kristen Scarber, LPC

I believe that we are all born with a capacity for happiness and inner well-being, and each of us desires to live a meaningful and enjoyable life. Adolescence and early adulthood are times of tremendous change during which we reflect on our identities, forge significant relationships, and begin to conceptualize the future. I have experience working with adolescents and teens and I recognize the many challenges that youth face in our current world. I partner with my clients to identify shared goals, develop coping skills and strategies, and build a strong therapeutic relationship with the intent of applying the work we do in session to their daily lives.If you are seeking support on this journey, for yourself or for your child, I invite you to reach out to me.

Rosemary Garrone, LPC

At times, we all struggle with the inevitable trials of being human. You may be a parent or partner in a significant relationship struggling with connection, and in need of both practical and emotional support. At times, feelings of anxiety, apathy, and depression arise, and feelings of disconnection and loneliness can take hold. For others, we may be at a crossroads in our life, brought about by divorce, relocation, caregiving for a loved one, or a desire to have a bigger impact in our communities and the world. We may be asking ourselves BIG questions, “what’s next”, “what should I do”, and “what do I want from life”.
Helping adults, adolescents, and families relate and communicate better with one another, and to learn how to successfully negotiate their environments. I also see adults, and families. Anxiety, depression, ADHD, infertility, divorce, LGBTQ, adoption, parenting, pre-marital counseling. Specialized experience: veterans, trauma, sexual abuse.

Rick Bermudez, MSW, CADC-T

If you’re the parent of an intelligent, high energy, and emotional kid, you may feel exhausted. The frequent calls and emails from school staff about your child’s “red days” can be overwhelming. Each week, your creative and adventurous child is growing more angry, restless, and down on them self. You want your child to thrive, but you don’t know what to do. You want your child to look forward to their school day and come home with positive news about their friendships and schoolwork. You want them to be happy with who they are and accepted by others, and you want them to learn how to respond to conflict in a healthy way. This is where I come in. I utilize both play therapy and talk therapy to help your child process difficult experiences, build self-esteem, and learn skills that will help them handle life’s challenges. If you are looking for a safe space for your child to express their concerns AND someone to support you as a parent, call or email me so we can get started.

Shannon Mathis Meyer, MSW, LCSW

I’ve been a therapist for 6 years, and have worked in the mental health field for the past 15 years. I graduated in 2010 from UNC Chapel Hill School of Social Work, which is one of the top 5 schools in the U.S. for social work. I am licensed in Georgia as a LCSW. I have experience working with individuals, families, children, and adults, who are struggling with various mental illnesses or just the stress of everyday life. I have extensive experience with anxiety and mood disorders, as well as with those with trauma. I utilize techniques such as CBT, person-centered, mindfulness, and motivational interviewing to help people learn how to improve their lives and be well.

Bill Jordan, LPC, CPCS, NBCC

Weekend and Evening Appointments available. I specialize in working with children, adolescents, and adults undergoing a wide range of emotional, behavioral, academic, and relational difficulties. I approach therapy with the understanding that each child and family is unique; therefore, I tailor my approach to best meet each client’s individual needs and challenges. I know it may be difficult to find someone you can trust to work with, but I am genuine, warm, empathetic, and non-judgmental. I provide a supportive environment in which my clients feel safe, so I can help them to explore and work through their difficulties. If you would like to see you or your child reach his or her full potential, have more positive relationships, and lead a richer, more satisfying life, contact me to see if I am the right fit for your family.

Catrin Jensen, LPC, NCC, CPCS

As the owner of Balanced Living and a graduate of New York University’s Department of Applied Psychology, I will provide you with a non-judgmental approach to change. I have 15 years of diverse experience helping my clients move towards healing and balance. We will work towards relief for you by utilizing an integrative approach; focusing on mind and body.

I have a wide range of experience working with students, seniors, adults, adolescents, and Public Safety personnel in an outpatient setting, as well as a strong background in forensic counseling. I specialize in the treatment of: depression and anxiety, trauma, grief and loss, self-esteem and life cycle concerns, including postpartum issues. I assist my clients in the development of effective communication and boundary/limit settings by utilizing mindful cognitive behavioral techniques, when appropriate. I provide support to my clients by helping them use their own strengths to reach their inner peace and balance.

I am also a Clinical Supervisor and enjoy providing my experience and passion to students who want to pursue a career in Counseling. This is done through a one on one approach, which will give the students a strong foundation from which to build upon.

I look forward to being able to facilitate change and assist you in bringing clarity, hope, and joy to your life. Please feel free to contact me directly if you have any questions or concerns: catrin@balancedlivingrome.com

13 East 2nd Ave
Rome, GA 30161

info@balancedlivingrome.com

Phone: 706-509-0130

Fax: 706-237-6503

 

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