Virtual Spring Symposium

 

Thank you to all of our wonderful presenters and attendees for an insightful and engaging Virtual Spring Symposium! We’re working on creating and sending out CE certificates for all attendees and will be in touch shortly. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact office@gamft.org

 

About our 2022 Presenters

Ashley Lanier-Pszczola

Ashley Lanier-Pszczola, LMFT is a graduate of Valdosta State University’s MFT Master’s program and is currently working in a group practice in Atlanta, GA. Ashley has worked in a variety of settings including community mental health and residential treatment. Recently, Ashley participated in the opening of a new adolescent residential treatment program, and created the program’s family therapy component. Since joining a group practice in Atlanta, Ashley has gained extensive training and experience treating Anxiety and OCD, blending her strong systemic therapy roots with evidence based treatment models. Ashley has a strong background in public speaking and enjoys creating and presenting workshops for therapist and family education.

 

Lucia Caltabiano

Lucia Caltabiano graduated May 2017 from UGA School of Social Work and is entering their third year in private practice. They specialize in working with transgender and non-binary individuals using DBT-informed interventions as well as parts therapy. When they are not working in mental health, education, or advocacy, Luca spends their free time painting and fostering kittens.

 

Justin Muller

Dr. Justin C. Muller is an Assistant Professor at LaGrange College (GA) in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Master’s Program and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (GA). He received his master’s degree from Valdosta State University (Marriage and Family Therapy) and his doctorate degree from the University of South Carolina (Counselor Education). As a fighter for social justice, he seeks to educate his students and other therapists about the needs of underserved, marginalized, and under-appreciated populations.