Welcome to the team!
The Family Counseling Center of Fulton County is happy to have welcomed nine new staff members during the second quarter of 2023. The group joins an organization focused on building a healthy community through support, engagement, and empowerment, and includes the following individuals:
- Elena Mazza, PhD, MSW, LMSW – Clinic Supervisor
- Garielle Knizek-Anders – Forensic Case Manager
- D.J. Bollen, MSW – Therapist
- Elena Lamb, LMSW – Therapist
- Emily Cooper – Domestic Violence Advocate
- Amanda Morey – Domestic Violence On-Call
- Amanda Rodriguez – Domestic Violence On-Call
The new team members join an organization with deep roots in the community. Founded in 1976, The Family Counseling Center continues to be focused on helping individuals and families build better, healthier lives through the organization’s Behavioral Health Clinic, Children and Family Services Program, Domestic Violence Program and more. Programs and services offered by the agency address behavioral and mental health with the goal of personal empowerment and long-term success. In 2022, The Family Counseling Center worked with nearly 4,500 clients. The agency is the only facility in Fulton County working with children as young as 5 years old.
“We are excited to welcome our new team members to the Family Counseling Center,” said Michael L. Countryman, Executive Director of the organization. “Their work has an important impact in the lives of our clients and the health of our communities.”