Meredith is the Executive Director of LIFE Behavior Consulting, LLC. Meredith holds a Master's Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from Georgia State University and a bachelor's degree in Psychology from Pennsylvania State University. She is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor and a Certified PEERS for Young Adults Provider, School Based Provider, and Telehealth provider. Meredith loves working with people with Neurodiverse brain styles to help them learn the skills to build their confidence and independence in working on their goals in life, whatever those may be. Meredith's specialty is helping her clients uncover their strengths and how to apply the skills they are learning out in the real world. She is an advocate for Neurodiversity in the workplace and believes that anyone who has the desire to work CAN work and be successful with the right supports.
She has previously worked at the Marcus Autism center in the Community Autism Program, and has done parent and provider training for the Center for Leadership in disability at Georgia State University in programs with Babies Can't Wait and Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency.
Christina is the Program Director for LIFE Behavior Consulting. Christina earned her Master's degree in Professional Counseling at Georgia State University and a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Kennesaw State University. Christina is a Certified PEERS Provider for Young Adults and PEERS Telehealth. During graduate school, Christina spent time providing domestic violence and sexual assault counseling at the Northwest YWCA and parent training skills at the Marcus Center.
Christina spent many years working in management for Maternal and Infant Support Services at a hospital system serving adolescents and adults.
Janice is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor with experience as a vocational rehabilitation counselor. She holds a Master’s in Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling from Mercer University.
Personal adjustment counseling is Janice’s primary area of interest. Her theoretical orientation is person centered and solution focused. In addition to identifying where skill building is needed and helping individuals acquire those skills, Janice believes the whole family can benefit from a 3 prong approach:
· Help identifying appropriate resources
· Support to effectively navigate systems offering help, and
· A safe emotional space to process the experience
Philip Landrum graduated with a bachelor's degree in Finance and Economics from Mississippi University. He was working in the field of finance when he decided to change paths and accept the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of people with disabilities. Philip has completed the PEERS for School Providers training with Dr. Laugeson. He has been providing social coaching for Young Adults and is an experienced PEERS for Young Adults social skills group leader. Philip has an enthusiasm for helping clients access potential sources of friends to help them gain inclusion in their community, make and maintain friendships, and learn how to have successful relationships with co-workers.
Bailey Nelms is graduating in May 2022 from Berry College with a major in Psychology and minors in Women's and Gender Studies and Anthropology. Bailey will be attending Georgia State University in the summer as a part of the 2022 Clinical Mental Health Counseling Cohort. Bailey has had incredible opportunities in her time at Berry College, including working as an intern at the Sexual Assault Center of Northwest Georgia. While at the center, she was trained to be an advocate for survivors of sexual assault and regularly covers the center's 24/7 crisis line. She joined LIFE Behavior in the fall of 2021 as an administrative assistant and is looking forward to growing her skillset as a Personal Development Professional.