Shawn Haggard, LCSW
Bachelor's in Social Work
Master's In Social Work
Shawn Haggard, License Clinical Social Worker, has been providing therapeutic services to adults, adolescents, children, and families since 2005. Shawn strives to create a positive atmosphere to assist clients by focusing on their strengths and ways to create self empowerment, to lead to a more satisfying life. She sees an clients for an array of issues, such as, depression, mood disorders, grief, anxiety, trauma, sexual abuse, foster care, behavioral issues, adoption, parenting, life transition, stress, marital, family issues, cutting/self harm behaviors, and co-dependency.
Shawn graduated from Dalton State College with a Bachelor's degree in Social Work with an emphasis in Latino Culture. She graduated from Kennesaw State University with her Masters in Clinical Social Work.
Shawn utilizes an eclectic approach to meet her client's needs. She does use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focus, Behavior Modification, Play Therapy, and Didactical Behavior Therapy. She has been a long time member of National Association of Social Workers.
In addition, Shawn can provide supervision for those seeking their LCSW license. She is approved supervisor through the state of Georgia.
Katie Beebe, LCSW
Bachelor's in Human Services
Master's of Science in Social Work
Katie has been providing therapeutic services to adolescents, children and families since 2017. She strives to provide a safe environment to assist clients in growing their strengths. Katie aids clients in becoming self-empowered to provide personal growth and inner healing. She serves clients with behavior concerns, trauma, depression, anxiety, mood disorders, sexual abuse, life adjustments, stress, self harm and grief.
Katie graduated from Kennesaw State University with a bachelor’s degree in Human Services with a concentration on child sexual abuse and from the University of Louisville with a Masters of Science in Social Work.
Sarah Booker, LMSW
Master's in Social Work
Sarah has been providing therapeutic services to children, adolescents, and families since 2019. She wants to create a safe environment for clients by using a client-focused, strengths-based approach. Sarah will work with her clients to help them identify their needs along with their strengths to create a path to emotional healing. She serves clients from elementary school age to young adults. Sarah serves clients with behavior concerns, struggles with ADHD, depression, anxiety, grief, and trauma. Sarah uses techniques such as Mindfulness Training, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Child-Centered Play Therapy.
Sarah received her bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Dalton State College, and graduated the following year from Campbellsville University with her Master’s in Social Work. She is currently a member of the National Association of Social Workers.