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Dr. Janell Brooks, Ph.D.

 Licensed Psychologist 
Georgia Certified School Psychologist 
ADHD Wellness Coach

Dr. Janell Hargrove Brooks has 25 years of expertise in providing clinical and school-based services for children, adolescents, and young adults.  She holds masters and educational specialist degrees in school psychology from the University of Georgia and a doctorate degree in school psychology from Georgia State University.  With this educational background, Dr. Brooks applies her knowledge of child development, psychological assessment, school-based mental health, special education procedures and laws, and organizational consultation to support the educational development of youth.   

Dr. Brooks  passion is serving children and families impacted by Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and autism spectrum disorders (ASD).  She is determined to clarify the misconceptions of these neurodevelopmental disorders, and to empower the individuals and families living with ADHD and/or ASD and their related impairments.

Dr. Yvonne McCastle, Ed.D

Licensed Professional Counselor

Yvonne is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and also holds the certification as a school counselor (P-12) in Georgia. Her educational framework consists of a Bachelor of Science Degree in Secondary Education (1997), a Master of Education Degree in Administration and Supervision (1998), and plus 30 graduate credit hours in Special Education from Southern University and A&M College in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. In addition, she holds a Doctorate of Education Degree in Organizational Leadership with a specialization in Educational Leadership (2004) from Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida and a Master of Education Degree (2010) in School Counseling from the University of West Alabama located in Livingston, Alabama. She further underwent studies in 2018 at Capella University headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota as a part of their Psychology Program.

       Yvonne has over 25 years of experience as an educator in the public school setting, working with children from culturally diverse backgrounds and a range of abilities and needs which includes providing case management services. She is also a Board Certified–TeleMental Health (BC-TMH) professional and Certified Anger Management Specialist (CAMS-II). Yvonne specifically lends extensive expertise in working with children with special needs and those experiencing trauma and grief.

Kelly L. Schettini, Ed.S

Licensed Professional Counselor

About Kelly Schettini:

I am a licensed professional counselor in Georgia, with 18 years of experience. I believe that many of us possess the solutions to the challenges we face, but may need a little extra help in getting to the finish line. My background is in clinical mental health and school counseling. This allows me to utilize multiple client-centered, solution-focused techniques, as well as mindfulness to help empower you along your life’s journey.

I appreciate that you are taking the first step to engage in therapy, and view it as a strength. Many people are struggling, but you are choosing to be active in your self-care and facilitating improvement to your quality of life. My goal is to create a safe environment where we both can be honest and genuine. I pledge to strive to meet you where you are, while challenging you to reach your goals.

Educational Information:

I completed my Bachelors degree at the State University of New York at Potsdam in Psychology, with a minor in Human Services. I furthered my education at the University of Rochester, earning a Masters degree in Community Counseling. Upon moving to Georgia, I completed an add-on certificate in School Counseling and a Specialist in Education degree in Professional Counseling and Supervision.


I began my counseling career working with clients who were in immediate crisis in the emergency department, the ICU, or on a medical floor, by assisting them with resources for further treatment or evaluation. I also have experience assisting clients on a virtual therapy platform. I have been a school counselor since 2012, assisting students at the high school level. I specialize in anxiety, as this has become a major concern in high school age students. Other areas of expertise include Women’s Issues, Self-Love, Fertility Issues, Adoption Care, Stress, and Depression.

Lisa Attaway Roberts, Ed.S

School Psychologist

Lisa Attaway is a certified school psychologist with 29 combined years of educational experience in psychological assessments, school and community based mental health services, and behavior consultation. Lisa has been a school psychologist for 20 years. 

Lisa earned a Bachelor and a Master of Science in Psychology at Georgia College & State University in Milledgeville Georgia. Afterward she worked as a Behavior Specialist at Central State Hospital, served as a Behavior Consultant for clients in central Georgia, and provided service monitoring for Medicaid Waiver consumers throughout metro Atanta. 

Lisa earned a Master of Education and a Specialist in Education in School Psychology at Georgia State University. 

Dr. Chris Gaiters, Ed.D

School  Psychologist

Dr. Gaiters has been practicing school psychology for over 15 years. His path towards a career in education began with him enlisting in the United States Air Force after graduating from high school. After a decorative career in the Air Force, Dr. Gaiters attended Georgia State University where he obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology (magna cum laude), as well as his Master’s and Specialist Degree in School Psychology.  Dr. Gaiters went on to obtain his doctoral degree in Curriculum Studies with an emphasis on Instructional Improvement at Georgia Southern University.

Felicia Hannon-White, Ed.S

School  Psychologist

Felicia Hannon-White is a certified school psychologist with 27 combined years of educational experience and expertise in psychological assessments, school-based mental health services, professional training and development, instructional and intervention design, teaching and consultation. For the past 19 years, she has worked as a school psychologist in the public school sector and private practice. Her undergraduate studies were completed at the University of Georgia, “Go Dawgs”! She also received two respective masters degrees in interrelated special education and school psychology, as well as an educational specialist degree in school psychology, all from Georgia State University.

John Holcombe, Ed.S

School  Psychologist

John Holcombe is a certified school psychologist who provides assessment, consultation, and counseling services. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in education from Auburn University in 1992. John also graduated from Auburn University with a Specialist Degree in School Psychology in 1995. He has 28 years of experience as a school psychologist. That experience includes working with students who are in traditional classrooms and those students who are in more specialized programs.   He has worked as a school psychologist in Louisiana, North Carolina, and Georgia.  

Frances Howard, Ed.S

School  Psychologist

Frances Howard has a combined 17 years of direct service to children in the public school system, both as a School Counselor and School Psychologist. She is adept at guiding teachers and parents through the Multi-Tiered System of Support and aiding in developing and implementing appropriate interventions to meet student needs. Before working in the school arena, Mrs. Howard had a career in Juvenile Justice and DFCS, which has served her well in connecting with families and children from many different walks of life and in her assessment of the whole child. She has earned a BSW from James Madison University, a MEd in School Counseling from Virginia State University, and a MEd and an EdS in School Psychology from Georgia State University. 

Dr. Percy Jenkins, Ed.D

Chief Executive Officer

Dr. Jenkins is a retired 20-year Marine Corps Veteran who has practiced in school psychology for 19 years. During that time, he has worked for the Department of Defense Educational Activity and public school districts in Ohio and Georgia. Dr. Jenkins earned a doctorate in educational administration at Liberty University. He also attended Miami University of Ohio, obtaining an Educational Specialist Degree in School Psychology, a Master's Degree in School Psychology, and a Bachelor of Science in Sport Organization.  

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