M.A., CACII, CADC II, CCS, MAC
Mr. Original Michael, MA, CACI, CADCII, MAC, CCS is the co-owner of Michael & Michael Counseling & Consulting, LLC. He is the Clinical Director of our Recovery Treatment Program and our Residential Recovery Program. He was named by GACA as the GA Counselor of the Year 2019. He brings over 20 years of experience and passion working with the addiction population helping people stay clean and sober one day at a time. He has been instrumental in his client’s lives by teaching recovery and relapse prevention techniques.
Mr. Michael develops a rapport with clients by using a, sincere, emphatic, authentic, and non-judgmental approach to people who truly want to recover from the hold of addiction from drugs and alcohol.
He is a Board Member of Georgia Advocacy, where he advocates for mental rights of people who live with disabilities and mental and substance abuse challenges.
He is certified through ICRC to teach The Basic Substance Abuse Certification Program, (180-hour) and to provide Addiction Supervision.
He is available for speaking engagements on topics: police brutality, relationships, and addiction. For booking information please contact his office at 678-691-5016.
Mrs. Socrotiff Carruth Michael, is a co-owner, of Michael & Michael Counseling & Consulting, LLC. Socrotiff Carruth Michael, holds an independent license as a Marriage & Family Therapist, and Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of GA. She attended Richmont Graduate University where she received her master’s degree in Marriage & Family Therapy. She is passionate about helping couples heal from hurt and learn to reconnect and love again.
She holds the following specialty training in Anger Management, Christian Sex Therapy and Spiritual Counseling. Additionally. She has completed Level 2 of the Gottman Certification Program. Lastly, she is a Clinical Supervisor.
She created and facilitates a transformative psychotherapy group for African American Women, titled Women who T.A.L.K: Taking Care of Yourself, Accepting Yourself, Loving Yourself and Knowing Yourself.
She also created and facilitate a Marriage retreat: “Intentionally Reconnecting with Your Spouse” The retreat is held throughout the year, and next retreat will be held in Atlanta, GA in October 2019.
She also is available for speaking engagements on marriage/couples, relationships and women topics. For booking information, please contact her office at 678-691-5016.
Oliver Harper is licensed as a Professional Counselor and joined our team in 2019. He experienced and enjoys working with individuals, families, children, and adolescents challenged with depression, anxiety, ADHD, Sexual Offending Behaviors, Developmental Disorders & ODD. He is experienced in working with individuals who are suicidal and have self -harming behaviors. His therapeutic styles and interventions involve an eclectic menu of REBT, CBT, DBT, Short Term Therapy & Adlerian therapy. Universal Law and Stoicism. He also conducts parenting classes.
Additionally, he holds graduate degrees in Leadership and Apologetics and is open to serving both the Christian and non-Christian communities.
He embraces the philosophy that everyone has the capacity to grow, transform and evolve to do something specific, unique and distinct while they journey from the cradle to the grave.
He has also authored two books: Parental Proverbs For Instructional Living & TIME: A Traveler's Companion: Strategies to a Meaningful Life.
She enjoys working with individuals who are in life transitions helping them find inner peace and balance. She has a heart for female veterans and enjoys working with couples. She is Pre-pare and Enrich Certified.
In 2014, she became a Certified Creative Love® Coach and believes that ALL of us are on an ongoing self-discovery process. Shana is a BIG advocate for Self-Love & Self-Care; empowering individuals to remember their WHOLENESS and Self-Worth through Self-Love.
Lastly, she is an author in the book, SHIFT: 20 women share stories of strength, courage, and succeeding against the odds (2005).
Kimberly holds a Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and a Bachelor of Science in Human Services with an emphasis in mental health which were both obtained at Mercer University. She is certified by the National Board of Certified Counselors as a National Certified Counselor. Kimberly is a Licensed Associate Professional Counselor (LAPC) and is pursuing full licensure as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) under the direction and supervision of Socrotiff Michael, LPC, LMFT, CPCS.
She enjoys working with children, individuals and couples. She discovered her passion for helping others through her experiences working with youth and families, serving as a foster care case manager, community health case manager, and counseling youth who are incarcerated.
Kimberly uses a strength-based approach and believes clients strive best to reach their goals when support, unconditional positive regard, and the installation of hope is provided. She believes in meeting clients where they are by understanding their world and creating a therapeutic alliance that allows clients to discover self, explore goals and implement change.