I believe we all could benefit from therapy, and after becoming a parent that need may grow. Shifting your focus to keeping two (or more) humans alive instead of just you is hard work! Between hormonal changes and relationship changes this time is unlike any other in your life. Even if you have struggled with mental health in the past, during this time, things may feel different. You don't have to go down this path alone.

reBlossom has partnered with amazing therapists who are knowledgeable and focused on helping parents through their prenatal & postpartum periods. Whether you have experienced infertility, loss, birth trauma, or perinatal mood and anxiety disorders to include postpartum depression, we are here for you.

Fill out the form below if you are interested in our pay-what-you-are-able therapeutic services and we'll schedule you an appointment. Right now, our services will be offered virtually in telehealth sessions. After COVID, we will offer face-to-face therapy in our center with optional childcare!

If you would like a peer support parent or if you're interested in seeing a therapist, please fill out the form linked below!

Request Peer Support or Therapist Form

Caty Bell is a North Georgia native who settled in Athens three years ago. She studied at the University of North Georgia where she received her Masters of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Caty has a passion for working with pregnant and postpartum women. She also specializes in working with victims of trauma and those struggling with grief. She has worked in a number of settings both inpatient and outpatient. When Caty's not working with clients, she enjoys spending time with her family and pets. Caty loves reading and spending time outdoors.


My name is Michael Bergquist, and I’m a LPC providing counseling (telehealth especially) for adults who live in the state of Georgia seeking personal growth and change to achieve release from bearing the burden of symptoms of anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, and substance abuse. By collaborating with each client, my interest is to empower one’s deeper understanding potential for positive outcomes, belief in one’s strengths, and acceptance of oneself.

Angie Cleland is a licensed clinical social worker with over 15 years experience counseling children, adults, and families. Angie has worked in various positions throughout her career helping individuals and families experiencing grief, depression, anxiety, anger, general adjustment issues, and life cycle changes. Angie has advanced perinatal mood & anxiety disorder training and hopes to help mothers who are experiencing prenatal & postpartum symptoms.

Hi, I am Paige Dee (she/her). I believe every person deserves to live a life they find meaningful. However, a reality for many of us is that sometimes, living is tough, and meaningful wouldn’t be one’s word of choice to explain their life. Thankfully, significant benefits can come from being therapeutically supported while facing challenges and uncertainties. To provide this support to my clients, I approach treatment eclectically and draw from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy orientations, including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy, and Dialectic Behavior Therapy. In addition, I draw from Feminist, Person-Centered, Strength-Based, and Solution-Focused orientations.

Aura Morris is a Licensed Master Social Worker working with clients on a variety of issues, including grief, loss, trauma, anxiety, and depression.  Aura enjoys working with mothers on perimental health-related issues, including perinatal anxiety and depression, birth trauma, miscarriage, loss, or infertility, emotional overwhelm, and the challenges of transitioning to new parenthood. 

PQ Mental Health Services, LLC is a private clinic where bilingual services is provided to a diverse community via telemental health. The goal is for children, adolescents, adults and families can feel understood and accepted without judgment.

Melissa finds joy and specializes in helping to ease the psychological and social burdens for those suffering from serious medical conditions, and for their family caregivers. This includes providing support & a place to process feelings that come up through the conception & fertility journey.

It is my pleasure to help clients in their healing journeys. I have an Associate License in counseling years of experience treating couples and families affected by various Mental Health Diagnoses. Furthermore,I have a passion to make a difference in my profession as I am a Ph.D. Candidate for Counselor Education and Supervision. My mission is to motivate and inspire clients to eradicate fear and live in freedom. I believe that building a therapeutic rapport with clients is essential to their healing process. I consider all my clients to be the experts of their lives and encourage them to stand firm in their power.

Caroline graduated from the University of Georgia with a Master's in Social Work and a Graduate Certificate in Gerontology. She is especially passionate about talking about trauma, disassociation, death, aging and grief. Caroline is the facilitator for Athens' first in-person deATH Cafe. Caroline pursued EMDR training and PSI's perinatal mood disorder training to be equipped to work with and support parents as they navigate the challenges of parenting and the unique way that parenting can bring trauma to the surface. Additionally, Caroline enjoys working with parents through loss and birth trauma.


Brendan Stephens is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Athens native with over 10 years of professional experience across a number of settings with adolescents and adults. He brings a strengths based client-centered, interpersonal, and experiential approach to this work and enjoys incorporating nature, expressive arts, and other creative means to facilitate awareness, understanding, and healing. Brendan often operates from an internal family systems framework and is also trained in EMDR, both of which are trauma informed modalities that place an emphasis on reconnecting people with their own innate wisdom and resources.

Michaela Summers graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Education, focusing on children in urban settings. She has also earned a Master’s Degree in Professional Counseling from Clark Atlanta University and an Educational Specialist Degree in Professional Counseling & Supervision from the University of Georgia. Michaela has worked with children and families in the school setting as a professional school counselor for 3 years. During her graduate work at UGA, her main focus has been on Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders (PMADS). Michaela’s passion for working with women and mothers came when she began her journey as a mother.

Jessica Tiwari (she/her) is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor and Nationally Certified Counselor.  Her  experience working with people with disabilities has shown her the impact that our physical condition often has on our mental well being, social life, career and relationships. Jessica decided to begin working with women experiencing fertility, perinatal, and postpartum issues after realizing the lack of services and resources available to many women in these situations. She is passionate about making these resources more readily available to those that need them.