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 Feeling Stuck? We can help!

Our Team:  Michelle Couey, LCSW   -    Amy Hudson, LPC   -   Kelli Wight, LCSW   -   Rae Steele

Michelle Couey, LCSW, PIP (Owner/Therapist)

  • marital and relationship specialist
  • parenting
  • home and work stress
  • depression and anxiety

Amy Hudson, LPC, NCC

  • children, teens, and young adults
  • depression
  • anxiety
  • women's issues

Kelli Wright, LCSW, PIP

  • specializing in marital and relationship issues
  • blended family issues
  • work and life stress, depression, and anxiety
  • grief

MICHELLE COUEY, LCSW, PIP  (Owner/Therapist)     Text now at 256-229-3535

Michelle Couey is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker  She has over 15 years experience working as a counselor.  She holds a graduate degree from the University of Alabama.

She works with adolescents focusing on the following issues: mood, behavior, motivation, parent/child relationships, school performance, and healthy dating.  She works closely with parents, while treating adolescents who are struggling to maintain healthy behaviors.  

She also works with adults on anxiety, depression, troubled relationships, boundary issues and work place stress.  She enjoys helping other moms lead less stressful lives.

Michelle's passion is working with couples that feel stuck and pulled into destructive patterns.  She helps them heal from relational hurt, and move towards intimate connection using helpful tools.  Her focus is helping couples have strong, healthy relationships.  Her goal is for couples to get the fun back in their marriage by addressing such issues as trust, hurt, communication, lack of passion, and conflict.   


Michelle  is an interactive, solution-focused therapist. Her therapeutic approach is to provide support, tools, and practical feedback to help clients effectively address personal life challenges. She maintains a casual and professional approach, with a mix of humor in her interactions.  She integrates complementary methodologies and techniques to offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each client. With compassion and understanding, she works with each individual to help them build on their strengths and attain the personal growth they are committed to accomplishing.


Clients who have worked with Michelle report therapy had helped them change in the following ways:

  • Improve communications in their relationships
  • Learn new ways to cope with stress and anxiety
  • Manage grief
  • Develop helpful tools to reduce depression
  • Discover new ways to solve parenting or marriage conflicts
  • Improved self-esteem and boost self-confidence
  • Improve resilience in overcoming workplace issues
  • Develop meaningful relationships
  • Rebuild trust in their marriages
  • Set boundaries with family, friends, and co-workers
  • Decrease work stressors


Personal message from Michelle:

I have worked as a counselor for many years, and so I feel extraordinarily grateful to be able to offer my services to you.  Life can be difficult and, at times, unexpected challenges for us all.  Sometimes those challenges are too overwhelming to solve on your own.

My style is personal, professional, friendly, and reassuring.  Asking for help can be difficult, but it can be the best place to start. Most of my clients wish they would not have waited so long. So don't put if off any longer.  Please call me for a consultation today.  Together we can take those steps in the right direction. 
                      - Michelle Couey, LCSW, PIP

 

                         
 

AMY HUDSON,LPC,NCC: (Children and Adolescent Specialist)


Amy Hudson is a Licensed Professional Counselor who has been providing quality counseling services to those in the Decatur and surrounding area for over 11 years. She holds a graduate degree from Auburn University in Community and Agency Counseling.

Amy has experience working in the counseling setting, providing services to children ages 6 through 18. She also works with adults struggling with anxiety, depression and relational issues to name a few. Amy has also served as an Adjunct Instructor at Calhoun Community College and has experience helping college students through the transitions and challenges that come with college and career planning. Finally, she has worked within major industries within the community providing personal and leadership consultation and trainings on stress management, healthy living and leadership development.

Amy's passion is for helping children who are struggling with emotional and behavioral issues in the home or school setting. She also coaches the parents by providing tips and tools to empower the parents to help their child be successful outside of the counseling session.


She also enjoys helping women through the many struggles and transitions that come along as we journey through life. Whether you are a working mom, a wife struggling with finding her identity and self-esteem, or a 20 something transitioning from college to career Amy has a unique skill set that equips her to walk with you through this journey.

 

 

KELLI WRIGHT, LCSW, PIP

Kelli is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, with over 15 years experience in counseling.  She holds a graduate degree from The University of Alabama. 

Personal message from Kelli:

Life is messy.  We all have a story.  If you are reading this, you may be struggling, as we all can at times.  The thought of seeking counseling can be scary. I strive to make this process as comfortable as possible.  I have a passion to help marriages regain trust, positive communication, passion,  fun, and meaning.   I will not only listen, but provide tools to help you regain control of your life.  Relationships are important, but can be difficult to navigate.  I will help equip you with tools and techniques to improve your life. Take that step to stop "just settling" in your marriage.  I can help you get the marriage you deserve and desire.

 

I also enjoy working with men and women with depression, anxiety or who feel overwhelmed with the demands of work and family.  I encourage you to give counseling a try, even if you have tried it in the past.  If not now, when?  Everyday is the opportunity for a new beginning.