Brianna Sweet, Counseling Intern


Brianna is a Clinical Mental Health Counseling student at Georgia State University. She is pursuing qualification as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) while under Dr. Wright’s supervision.

She is also working toward becoming a Registered Play Therapist (RPT).


Brianna has a passion for youth who are coping with a variety of mental health concerns, including adjustments to life changes, grief and loss, anxiety, stress, depression, and trauma. While completing her bachelor’s degree, Brianna worked within the school system to continually gain experience with children and adolescents. Additionally, she is particularly interested in play therapy to help clients explore their feelings and express their needs.


Brianna believes that the therapeutic relationship should be collaborative and based on mutual respect. Specifically with children and adolescents, she does not view herself as an authority figure, rather an ally in their corner. She feels that all clients should be provided a genuine, non-judgmental space to explore their feelings and needs.

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About Us

At the Life Change Group we strive to help you create balance, growth and fulfillment. Our team of therapists, counselors and licensed psychologists offer a wide range of psychological testing and individual, couples and family counseling.

Our specialty areas include: depression, anxiety, couples and family therapy, disordered eating, substance abuse, educational testing, learning disabilities, ADHD, play therapy, rehabilitation counseling, and other mental disorders. We serve individuals aged 6 and up and strive to meet your needs or to send you in the right direction.

Please email us or call 770-486-4887 to schedule an appointment.

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