I’m Charlotte Ramberg (she/her/hers), a wife, mother of two, and surrogate mother of one.
I have a passion for working with those experiencing pregnancy and postpartum adjustment, mood and thought disorders, relationship challenges and adjustment to parenthood.
My journey in this specific field began before I became a mother myself, and I am in love with all things surrounding pregnancy, birth, babies, and postpartum life. I have a passion for empowering women, especially during the expansion of their family, and ensuring their voices are heard. My goal is to help strengthen the family unit, enhance marriages/relationships, and help support clients through life transitions. I strongly believe in seeing and hearing you, the client, as who you are as a person rather than as a diagnosis.
Music enriches my life, and I incorporate creativity within much of my work. I enjoy reading and anything crafty (Hello Pinterest!). I believe in being kind and respectful to everyone no matter their differences from me, and I strive to leave every place and relationship better than when I found them.
I am open to honest feedback and welcome suggestions. Therapy is a collaborative relationship, and you are the expert on your life.
My Professional Background
Board Certified Counselor (NCC; ID # 760254)
Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in Georgia (LPC011035)
Certified perinatal mental health provider (PMH-C; PSI4780)
Bachelors of Science (BS) in Psychology from Anderson University
Masters of Education (MEd) in Professional Counseling from UGA
2018 PSI and 2020 Mom Maternal Mental Health Certificate Training
PSI Advanced Psychotherapy certificate course
Teletherapy for Perinatal Mental Health
*The list above is not an exhaustive list. I regularly attend training’s related to my specialties and the general mental health field.
Individuals, couples, and families faced with trauma, anxiety, depression, anger, grief, family issues, spirituality, life changes, and sexuality. I have clinical training and experience in multiple nonprofit organizations, a GNETS school, a core agency, and in private practice.
Adults in childbearing years
Maternal/Perinatal Mental Health
Women's psychotherapy Services
Postpartum Depression & Anxiety
Postpartum Support International
Code of Ethics
"I am no longer accepting the things I cannot change. I am changing the things I cannot accept."