Services and Directions

Services offered:

    • Individual counseling for Adults and Adolescents
    • Couples Counseling
    • Gender Therapy (Questioning Gender Identity, Transitioning, Coming Out Process) 
    • Letters for Medical Transition (HRT/Surgery) 
    • Consultation for professionals on non-traditional relationships and sexuality
  • Consultation for professionals on gender identity and transition

I enjoy working with individuals on the often  tumultuous road of beginning the journey into alternative relationship styles,  (swinging, polyamory, non-monogamy.) I am happy to help you with conflict resolution, decisions about whether an alternative relationship style is a good fit for you, and with navigating through the inevitable ups and downs of relationship exploration.

**To begin couples/poly relationship(s) counseling, my process begins with a five to ten minute phone conversation with each individual who will be involved in counseling. I will then schedule an individual session with each person. After those sessions, I will relay my assessments and recommendations for moving forward. I may recommend we begin couples counseling immediately, I may recommend that one or more of the clients involved continues individual counseling, or I may refer you to another counselor if we aren’t a great fit.

“I dream of a love that is more than two people craving to possess one another.” -― Irvin D. Yalom, When Nietzsche Wept

My process for couple’s counseling includes an individual session with each individual in the relationship before the first session together. Please call me to book your first sessions.

Please note: I am in the Decatur office on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays. I am in the Roswell office Mondays.

To find the Decatur office:

Address: 321 West Hill St, suite 2D, Decatur GA 30030

If you are on West Hill Street and the Scottish Rite Hospital building and The Solarium are on your right, parking will be easiest if you turn right onto Oakview road then turn right at the road that is just across from the restaurant Saba – you will see two small square signs, one of them is for Decatur eye care, and there is a large beige house on the right. If you go up that driveway, you will see other signs for Decatur Eye care, then a white building (the back of the Scottish Rite Building) with a large arched portico. The Wellspring sign is small and hard to see – it is on the door under the portico. The sign will say the waiting room is in the back; just walk all the way down to the end of the hallway and you will come to a sitting area.

To find the Roswell office:

Address: 700 Old Roswell Lakes Parkway, Suite 300, Roswell GA 30076

When you pull into the complex on Old Roswell Lakes Parkway, there will be a parking lot with no building on your left. The second left goes into a parking lot for our building – 700. The parking lot is at level 2, so you just need to go up one flight of stairs to get to our suite, 300. You’ll see signs for Wellspring.

Please remember, when coming in for your first appointment,  be sure to arrive ten minutes early in order to fill out intake paperwork. It will be on a clipboard on the waiting room table.

Support Groups at Wellspring

Polyamory Group

Ongoing, open group for people who are in or considering polyamorous relationships. Share openly and honestly with others who understand the unique joys and challenges of polyamorous relationships.

Common topics:

  • Jealousy
  • Time/Energy management
  • Coming out
  • NRE

Biweekly on 2nd and 4th Mondays. Suggested donation: $10 per person, no one will be turned away for inability to pay. Inclusive of all ages, races, genders, sexual orientations, religions, relationship configurations. Private, safe space, confidential. Facilitated by relationship counselor

RSVP to anna@lovepositivecounseling.com to schedule a consultation phone call involving all people intending to attend the group

Facilitator: Anna Baxter, MA – Relationship Counselor
Under supervision with Tom Query, LPC
Current President of Atlanta Poly
Actively living and loving polyamorously for 8 years.
Actively counseling non-monogamous individuals and couples since June 2014.
Active in local polyamory community for 6 years including leading a local meetup for 4 years.

Transmasculine Support Group
This group is devoted to providing a safe space to transmasculine people to share personal experiences and support among their peers. It is open to all individuals, regardless of specific gender identity, although there will be a focus on the experience of transmasculine individuals.

Facilitator: Wyatt George, MS
Under supervision with Tom Query, LPC
Every Tuesday, 6:30pm – 8:00pm
Wellspring Counseling Center, Roswell Location

Please see my List of Support Groups for Transgender People for further information.