Amy Robbins

Heather Hunnicutt MA, LAPC.

Heather Hunnicutt is based in Marietta, Georgia and works with children ages 10 and up, adolescents, and adults. Individuals seek counseling for a variety of reasons, including anxiety, depression, school issues, relationship problems, and trauma, among others. Heather works from a strengths-based perspective, meaning she integrates a person’s own resourcefulness and resiliency into the counseling process. She aims to cultivate an environment of safety wherein individuals feel empowered to make incremental changes toward living authentic, fulfilling lives. Specifically, she enjoys working with persons who have experienced religious or spiritual abuse, LGBTQ+ clients who want an affirming therapist, and people with intellectual giftedness who struggle to integrate what they know and how they feel. Heather holds a Master’s degree in Professional Counseling and has additional training in EMDR, spiritual integration in therapy, play therapy, and special concerns in the LGBTQ+ communities.

To contact Heather, call 770-835-5863 or email

Heather charges $85 per session.

Danielle Render Turmaud MA, LAPC

Danielle Render Turmaud is eligible for NCC licensure as a counseling clinician and is working towards obtaining a certification as a Clinical Trauma Professional. Danielle specializes in working with survivors of trauma; specifically, survivors of sexual assault, childhood abuse, and sexual exploitation. Since 2012, Danielle has worked with survivors of trauma in various capacities including working at a sexual assault center, working at a residential facility for survivors of sexual exploitation, working with women and children in the red light districts of India, working with refugees in Clarkston, and counseling survivors of trauma at Grady Hospital. Additionally, Danielle has experience with working with survivors of Domestic Violence, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Anxiety, Depression, Substance Abuse, Interpersonal Difficulties, Self-Esteem, and Personality Disorders. Danielle views therapy as a collaborative environment in which both she and the individual can work together towards achieving the individual’s goals. Danielle strives to create a supportive, nurturing, and strength-based therapeutic atmosphere in which the individual’s goals and strengths are core throughout the therapeutic process. Throughout the therapeutic process, Danielle utilizes a variety of creative and collaborative techniques such as the use of games to increase the effectiveness of therapy for each individual. Danielle’s goals in therapy include aiding the individual in increasing their self-image, meeting the individual where they are, supporting them towards achieving their goals, and offering a safe environment where the individual can be heard. Danielle also has passions for: teaching psychology and counseling courses to undergraduate and graduate level students to aid the students in reaching their full potential as clinicians, conducting research on trauma and women’s studies related content, and writing various books regarding the well-being of women and girls.

In July, I was given the privilege to be a guest on the Andrew Deitsch Podcast where I had the pleasure of talking on topics such as: mental health, myths surrounding sexual assault and exploitation, counseling survivors of trauma, how we can support organizations/individuals fighting sexual exploitation, and counseling in general. Listen here.

To contact Danielle please call 770-648-4790 or email:

Danielle charges $75 per session