Treah Caldwell, MA, LPC, received her Bachelor of Arts in women's studies at Agnes Scott College in 2000. After working for two wonderful nonprofits Atlantic Street Center (Seattle, WA) and AIDS Survival Project (Atlanta, GA) she decided to go to graduate school and obtained a Master of Arts in Clinical and Counseling Psychology from William Paterson University in Wayne, New Jersey in 2011. During graduate school Treah worked at Barnabas Health Hospice in West Orange, NJ (formerly St. Barnabas Hospice and Palliative Care Center) providing grief counseling to families and individuals after losing a loved one. After moving back home to Atlanta, she completed a three year post-master's residency at Metropolitan Counseling Services (MCS). Treah also has experience working in a behavioral health setting serving low-income individuals with severe and persistent mental illness. Treah is interested in working with individuals dealing with trauma, gender identity issues and anxiety. During her time at MCS, Treah completed intensive training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy which is one of her favorite modalities, she is particularly interested in working with people around issues of spirituality, creativity, gender identity and development, sexual orientation, boundary setting and self-esteem. In her time off Treah enjoys reading, cooking, going to the beach, spending time with friends and spreading glitter around the world. Treah lives in metro Atlanta with her wife and their two black cats, a pit bull and an elder border collie.