I’m Charlotte Ramberg and my pronouns are she/her. I am a wife and mother of two, which are two of my favorite and most difficult roles.
I graduated from Anderson University with a Bachelors of Science (BS) in Psychology. I obtained a Masters of Education (MEd) in Professional Counseling from UGA's CACREP accredited program. I have clinical training and experience in multiple nonprofit organizations, a GNETS school, a core agency, and in private practice.
Along with our two kids, my husband and I have two dogs and live on a farm in Cumming, GA with family. 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 a purpose in my life is to leave every place and relationship better than when I found them.
My experience is working with individuals, couples, and families faced with trauma, anxiety, depression, anger, grief, family issues, spirituality, life changes, and sexuality. I have a passion for working with moms and expecting/new parents.
My main 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 the therapeutic relationship is most 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 or those in childbearing years.