Lighting the Way to Emotional Well-being

Perhaps you are navigating a major life transition or trying to stay afloat amid great sadness, fear, or uncertainty. You may hope to feel more connected to your partner, family, or community, or be in need of support as you heal from painful wounds from the past. Whatever led you here, we are here to walk with you on your journey. 

"Hope is being able to see that there is light, despite all of the darkness."

– Archbishop Desmond Tutu

Our caring and skilled team of multidisciplinary professionals and therapists are honored to support you and your family. We offer evidence based services in the treatment of mood disorders, trauma, relationship concerns, and more.

Samaritan Counseling Center of Atlanta welcomes individuals of every race, ethnicity, age, gender expression and identity, sexual orientation, religious and spiritual background, and socioeconomic status. 

To speak with a member of our intake team or learn more about our services, reach out today!


Psychiatric Medication Services Now Available

At the beginning of the year, we welcomed Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, Lindsay Fuson (MSN, APRN, FNP-C) to the team. As a prescriber of psychiatric medication to children, adolescents, and adult patients, we are thrilled to offer her compassionate and holistic approach to psychiatric medication management to the suite of services at SCCA. To learn more about Lindsay, please click here!

To schedule an appointment with Lindsay, email her at or complete THIS FORM:

You can also call her ‪(470) 713-0525.

To learn more about rates for medication management click here.

Upcoming Support Groups at SCCA

Two support groups will begin this Fall at SCCA

August 2024: Support group for those who have had a loved one die by suicide (exact dates TBD)

October 2024: Grief support group (exact dates TBD)

Each group will span 6 weeks and the cost is $100 in total for the full 6 weeks (per group series). As always, scholarships are available: It is our mission to ensure cost does not prevent you from getting the support you need. 

Groups will be led by Katie Sundermeier and Anne-Marie Burke. We hope you will join us!

Please contact Anne-Marie Burke at or Katie Sundermeier at if you are interested or would like more information. Or you can complete the contact form and we will follow up with you.