I’m Charlotte Ramberg (she/her/hers), a wife, mother of two, and expecting surrogate mother of one.
I graduated from Anderson University with a Bachelors of Science (BS) in Psychology, where I played on the softball team, and I obtained a Masters of Education (MEd) in Professional Counseling from UGA. I have always enjoyed psychology, and I knew at an early age that I wanted to help others through counseling.
I am a certified perinatal/maternal mental health specialist (PMH-C), and I work 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 absolutely in love with all things surrounding pregnancy, birth, babies, and postpartum life. I have a passion for empowering women during childbirth and ensuring their voices are heard.
Along with our two kids, my husband and I have two dogs and live on a family farm in Cumming, GA. The farm currently includes two goats, 10 chickens, and six ducks. We are hoping to add more!
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 experiences include working with 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.
I have a passion for working with moms and expecting/new parents. 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 the client as who they are as a person rather than seeing them as a diagnosis.
Because insurance companies have certain requirements that I believe can impede the therapeutic process, I accept self pay only.
I practice humanistic therapy believing that being your true self is vital to healing and everyone has their own unique way of looking at the world. This view can impact choices and actions. The therapeutic relationship is extremely important.
I work to tailor services to the client and collaborate with you utilizing various modalities. I pull from modalities such as mindfulness based cognitive behavioral, experiential, positive psychotherapy, and more. I assist clients to work on modifying distorted self-perceptions, increasing self-understanding, focusing on strengths, and so much more. Though I see clients of many ages, I primarily see young adults and those in childbearing years.
I am a member of Postpartum Support International (PSI).
"I am no longer accepting the things I cannot change. I am changing the things I cannot accept."