Counseling Services

As law students, you may experience challenging times or academic pressures that leave you with an array of emotions. When you have these experiences, it is often helpful to speak to a licensed professional. The Law School offers counseling services. Our counselors provide six free and confidential sessions to students each academic year. The contact information for our counselors and a short description of the services they provide is included below.

1 Alliance Counseling and Psychotherapy Services (On Campus, Off Campus, and TeleCounseling)

Services Offered

  • Individual Adult Psychotherapy
  • Mediation
  • Telemental Health
  • Alcohol and Substance Abuse
  • Self-Esteem Issues
  • Relationship Issues
  • Couples Counseling
  • Depression
  • School and Work Issues
  • LQBTQI Issues
  • Grief and Loss
  • Stress Management
  • Panic Disorder
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Psychotic Disorders

To schedule an appointment, contact:

info@1AllianceCPS.com
(678) 310-6631
www.1AllianceCPS.com

Off-Campus Counselors

Kylie Gerks, MS, MFT

Services Offered

  • Strength-based therapy
  • Counseling in the following areas: grief, anxiety, depression, parenting issues, identity development, marital problems, substance abuse, eating disorders, family conflict, and relationship difficulties

To schedule an appointment, contact:

theatltherapist@gmail.com
Cell Number: (678) 577-8187
Office Number: (678) 673-3878

Sunamita Tuple, MS, EdS, LPC

 Services Offered

  • Counseling and psychotherapy to students and their family members
  • Individual, group, couples and family counseling in the following areas: stress management, time management, anxiety, ADHD, professional development, self-esteem, substance abuse, relationships, communication, co-dependence, boundaries, parenting skills, and grief and loss

To schedule an appointment, contact:

stuple00@gmail.com
Office Number: (404) 610-2007