Donna Hammontree, LCSW, RPT-S, understands that people have different issues to work through benefit from having a unique environment that works best. Therefore, Donna offers counseling services catered to her clients’ needs providing one-on-one individual sessions and family sessions in an adult area or in her experiential play room. Donna provides client-centered counseling services using a variety of approaches for presented needs and based on standard practice for diagnoses, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, EMDR, sand tray work, family therapy, and other treatment modalities.
Office expansion with 2 new services provided by Bill Hammontree, ASBC:
Life Coaching with a Solution Focus, especially designed for employers, employees, work dilemmas, and possible career change
Small Business Consultation
Payment is required at the start of each session. We accept most insurances, cash, check, or credit cards. See below for summaries of specific areas of service.
As you prefer, please print and provide the following forms along with a copy of your insurance card to the office prior to your first appointment. Fax to the secure fax 912-691-5151/scan and email to HIPPA compliant email firstname.lastname@example.org /bring to the first appointment/complete during the first session.
Psychotherapy and counseling can help you find relief from the distress of anxiety, depression, grief, loss, trauma and behavioral disturbances. Grow personally and socially, as you find and trust your inner-self using your past and present experiences, your spiritual and cultural beliefs, and your personal dreams and motivations.
Work in a neutral environment to develop new patterns of interaction and communication: heal wounds, make mutually beneficial decisions, improve life stages to be more fulfilling for you and your family unit. Use past and present experiences to provide insight and to support growth and development.
Play Therapy serves two primary functions: (A) it is used as a window to a child’s feelings and perceptions — by watching how they treat their toys; the roles assigned to them by the child and the way the child perceives their interactions often provides insights to their depression, phobia, cognitive difficulties, and other issues, or lack thereof, and; (B) it allows counselors a way to communicate with non-verbal children, and/or serve as a catalyst to build a bond of trust between them, with the child eventually opening up. Read More about Play Therapy.
Acquisition of the L.C.S.W. provides access to increased employment options. The process of supervision can increase effectiveness of current clinical social work practice. While not preparation for the written exam, supervision can help one prepare to pass the written test. Donna’s specialized training and experience in clinical supervision can help you. She is listed on the NASW GA Chapter website as a supervisor, has been recognized as an MSW supervisor by the American Cancer Society and is a Registered Play Therapist – Supervisor.