Carol B. Pitts, PhD, LPC, LMFT, CPCS; Training Director & Therapist

Carol brings a wealth of compassion, integrity and experience to her role as Training Director. Carol is deeply committed to nurturing the next generation of therapists as she shares her wisdom, knowledge, and warmth with them as well as with persons who seek her care. Carol approaches her work collaboratively with cultural sensitivity, and appreciation for the richness and complexity of relationship dynamics.

Ordained in the Presbyterian Church, Carol offers spiritual sensitivity and theological acumen to those who are interested in overcoming spiritual wounds, exploring the depths of human experience, or searching for meaning.

Carol has been a licensed professional counselor and licensed marriage and family therapist for more than 30 years, and she a Certified Professional Counselor Supervisor and an Approved Supervisor with the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy. Before joining SCCA, she has served as Clinical Director for the Care and Counseling Center of Georgia and at CHRIS 180.

As Pope Francis recently said:

I want you to remember that happiness is not having a sky without storms, walking without accidents, working without fatigue, personal relationships without disappointments. Being happy is finding strength in forgiveness, hope in battles, confidence in fear, love in discord. … Being happy is recognizing that life is worth living despite all the challenges, sadness, misunderstandings and moments of emotional and economic crisis. Being happy is not a destiny, but a conquest for those who know how to travel in their own being.

May you find us worthy companions on your journey towards healing, wholeness, and hope.

To schedule an appointment with Carol, email her at

or call (404) 228-7777.