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.
Kiara Patrick, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Therapist, LPC# 04969
Kiara is a licensed professional counselor in the state of Alabama and sees Florida Residents via Telehealth. 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.
Whitney McDaniel, Licensed Professional Counselor
ALC Supervisor & Licensed Therapist, LPC# 03218
Are you a new parent? Have you recently become the caregiver for a young child, maybe as a result of things beyond your control? Are you the parent or caregiver for a toddler, or a child with a developmental delay or disorder, or a child who has experienced trauma or other disruptive or challenging circumstances? Maybe your family is going through life changes and transitions. Or maybe you are experiencing postpartum depression or anxiety (this happens to mothers AND fathers!) As an infant and early childhood mental health provider, my role is to support anyone caring for children, parents, or caregivers. This includes pregnant people, partners/spouses, mothers, fathers, aunts, uncles, grandparents, and many more. Sometimes this means therapy for the adult, or the child, and often for both.
I have spent most of my career helping families: as a volunteer, a childcare worker, a teacher, and for the last twelve years as a counselor. And, most importantly to me, as a mom. If we the adults are not OK, how do we expect the children we care for and about to be OK? Come have a snack or grab a cup of coffee or tea, and we'll figure it out together.