Aaron Mills, Marriage and Family Therapist, ATR, PMH-C
Executive Director, LMFT# 621
Aaron is a licensed marriage and family therapist and a certified art therapist. She finds perinatal mental health to be dear to her heart as she has a one year old and has her own experience with postpartum. After noticing a lack of mental health support during her own experience, she made it her mission to bridge the gap between hospital to home. All women deserve support during these life changing times. Aaron works with individuals struggling with postpartum mood and anxiety disorders. If you are not feeling yourself and are struggling with the day-to-day activities, you are not alone. Let's get you connected.
Kimberly Adams, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Therapist, LCP# 05039
Kimberly brings a unique perspective and deep empathy to her practice, having personally experienced the profound challenges of postpartum struggles and heterotopic pregnancy. As a single mother of a 7-year-old and a 6-year-old, she understands firsthand the intricate complexities of navigating parenthood while facing personal hardships. Through her journey, she has come to appreciate the immense significance of a support system for mothers during these vulnerable times. She recognizes that reaching out for help can be incredibly daunting and intimidating. With this understanding, she is passionate about creating a safe and nurturing space for mothers to share their experiences, fears, and joys. Kimberly aims to empower and support mothers by fostering community and compassion, ensuring they never feel alone in their struggles. She is dedicated to helping mothers navigate their unique journeys with warmth, understanding, and unwavering support.
Shantel Abston, Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker
Licensed Therapist, LICSW# 4571C
Shantel is a licensed independent clinical social worker in the state of Alabama. She received her Bachelor of Social Work from the University of South Alabama and Master of Social Work from Florida State University. She has over 8 years of social work experience, working with diverse
and vulnerable populations (i.e., children in foster care, the elderly and disabled, inmates). She is a single mother of a 2 year old boy and understands the challenges of perinatal depression and anxiety. Life may appear foggy at this moment, but with a helping hand, you can get through these challenging times.
Kiara Patrick, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Therapist, LPC# 04969
Kiara is a licensed professional counselor in the state of Alabama. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Stillman College in Tuscaloosa, Alabama and her Master of Science in Counseling Psychology from Alabama A&M University in Huntsville. She is married with two toddler girls. She has her own experience with navigating through postpartum as well as being an advocate for special needs mothers due to her oldest daughter’s diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder. She aims to give women the strength that they need to navigate through life’s journey.