Timothy Pierce-Tomlin is an LAPC (Licensed Associate Professional Counselor) candidate and works with individuals, couples and small groups.
Tim graduated from Brenau University with his Master’s in Clinical Counseling Psychology (2018) and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Piedmont College (2015). Tim follows a multimodal approach to counseling, tailoring the treatment to the individual. He offers a space to safely reflect and reconnect while working to build a stronger sense of self.
Tim’s internships during his Master’s gave him a breadth of experiences. Earning over 700 hours while in the program, he worked at both the Gwinnett County Jail and the Brenau Center for Counseling and Psychological Services. In these settings, Timothy worked with a variety of populations and gained extensive experience in working with depression, anxiety, self-confidence issues, life changes/ adjustment concerns, stress management, learning and neurodevelopment disorders, inter-relationship problems, and family dynamics concerns. Additionally, he enjoys working with counseling couples, families, adolescents, and children.
Timothy is a long-time Athenian with deep roots in the community. Tim and his wife work and play in the community, running regularly with their blue-tick coon hound, June. In addition to his work at Oasis, Tim teaches part-time at a local college. In his free time, he is a martial arts instructor and avid gamer.
Tim's Rate: $45-80 (Sliding Scale) per 1-hour session, please see our Rates & Insurance page for more details
Please note: due to Tim working towards his full LPC counseling licensure and completing his LAPC supervision time, he is legally unable to accept any form of insurance.