Life is a journey

Mandy graduated from Valdosta State University with a Mater's Degree in Clinical Psychological and Counseling in 2010.  She has experienced working with high risk children in the Intensive Family Intervention program as well as within the foster care system and their families.  She enjoys providing counseling services to children and adolescents.  Mandy also works as a trained psychometrist under direction and supervision of our psychologists.  


Dr. Cerjan is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who has practiced in Southwest Georgia since 1995.  She has an extensive history in working with children and adolescents, including 10 years at a residential treatment center.  She enjoys working with individuals of all ages.  


Meet our Counselors

Diane Cerjan, Psy.D.

Katie Phillips, LPC

Dale received her Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy from Mercer University School of Medicine in 2012.  She is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist.  Dale worked in a behavioral health clinic before joining Journey.  She enjoys working with children, teens, and adults.  She is trained for individual, family, and group counseling.  She also provides couple pre-marital and marital counseling.  Dale has completed Level 1 of the Gottman's Marriage Therapy Training and Tier 1 of Military PTSD Therapy Training.  


Dale Cox, LMFT

Katie received a Masters in Community Counseling from Columbus State University in 2004 and has been working with clients in the area since that time.  She enjoys providing counseling services to children and young adults.  She specializes in behavior modification and parent training.  Katie also practices as a trained psychometrist under the supervision and direction of Dr. Cerjan and Dr. Walsh.  

 


Mandy Roberts, LAPC

Robin Walsh, Psy.D.

Dr. Walsh is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and a professor at Troy State University.  Clinical work includes assessments and therapy for many clinical concerns.  Her area of speciality is neuropsychology.  Dr. Walsh has worked in many setting, including but not limited to, Emory University, Shepherd Spinal Center, Northwest Georgia Hospital, the Department of Juvenile Justice, and Clairmont VA Hospital, with all levels of mental wellness