A Group of Caring People Who Care About People
D'Anthony Harris founded Interlinked Counseling and Consulting in response to his belief that every individual should have the opportunity to achieve mental and emotional wellness. Using his passion for debunking the myths of mental health, he has earned multiple certifications in the counseling and mental health industry; while he realizes the value of these resources, it is the adversities of his own life experience together with his personal faith journey that have given him not only empathy but also insight into the battle between clarity and chaos.
Shamika Cooley, LCSW
Shamika Cooley is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker receiving her Bachelor of Social Work Degree from Fort Valley State University (2002) and her Masters of Social Work (MSW) from Valdosta State University (2005). She has 13 years of clinical and social work experience. Her work history includes fieldwork, military social work, medical social work, social welfare, clinical practice, and residential treatment. Shamika is well versed in multiple treatment approaches as well as a diverse client population including children, adolescents, adults, and geriatrics. Her areas of focus include community and family relationships with a passion for helping couples. Her primary approach is relational making rapport building and meeting her clients where they are instrumental in all treatment plans and processes.
Mark Tomberlin APC
Mark is a graduate of Clayton State University. His counseling experience includes working with adolescents to young adults and dealing with ADHD, Anxiety, depression, adjustment issues, and gender identity. Tomberlin’s primary goal, as a counselor, is to help individuals develop the emotional processes to become the best version of themselves. He is well versed in cognitive behavioral therapy, interpersonal therapy, and gestalt therapy and uses these approaches to create the framework for helping clients. Additionally, he employs practical approach exercises including, but not limited to, reasonable goal setting, coping skills, time management, and social skill-building along with exploration processing such as emotional exploration, core value exploration, and addressing maladaptive behaviors.
Anne Pedrick, APC, NCC
Anne is currently an Associate Professional Counselor after five and a half years working as a School Counselor. She is from Philadelphia, PA, with a bachelor's in Art History, African Studies, and Psychology from the College of Charleston and a Masters's of Education in School Counseling from the University of Virginia. Her work history focuses on children and adolescents with various issues such as depression, trauma, anxiety, self-esteem, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, and others. Her theoretical approach is primarily Humanistic and Solution Focus - working with clients to find their goals and solutions with unconditional positive regard and no judgment. She also works with helping the client find their best coping skills, self-confidence, and conflict resolution.
Patti McGrew, APC
Patti McGrew is a graduate of Jackson State University (1994) and Walden University (2014) with degrees in Biology and Mental Health Counseling, respectively. Patti has worked with children, adolescents, adults, and families in various settings such as DFCS, the school system, residential treatment centers, and community counseling. Patti’s counseling experience in working with individuals dealing with trauma, depression, anxiety, mood, and adjustment disorders. She is well-versed in cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, and dialectical behavioral therapy. Patti also integrates her faith into her work and provides Christian Counseling. She uses these modalities to assist clients in developing a therapeutic alliance with the client, meeting the client where they are, and assisting them in moving forward towards achieving their therapeutic goals.
Ciara Myers, Intern
Ciara Myers is a graduate student at Liberty University. She is receiving her degree in developmental psychology. Her professional background includes working primarily with children, teens, and families. Myers is passionate about helping children, adolescents, and young adults with anxiety, depression, ADHD, PTSD, anger management, panic disorder, and panic attacks. She can also assist young adults with the concerns of becoming first-time parents. Initially, this passion was noticed in her previous discipline as a high school English teacher and part-time nanny. In this role, Myers learned how her empathy and compassion helped children and teens in ways unimaginable. She takes a holistic approach to treatment by focusing primarily on self awareness and mindfulness.This aligns with her goals as a therapist, which is for each client to live a life of authenticity and peace through treatment suitable for the mind, body, and soul.
Brikarri Williams, Intern
Brikarri is a multicultural clinician and graduate of Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University (2020). With a Masters in African-Centered, community psychology, his work experience involves adolescents, youths, and adults with psychotic features, developmental disabilities, and behavioral concerns. Williams is passionate about underserved populations and communities- his theoretical approach integrates holistic care, relational cultural theory, and strength-based CBT approaches.
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