Mo Momtahan, PhD, MBA, Clinical Director and Founder
Dr. Momtahan received his Ph.D in Social Work and Community Counseling and is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Georgia. In addition to his doctorate degree, he is a Fellow of American College of Certified Forensic Counselors, holds a Diplomate status in Forensic Counseling and Addictive Diseases, a Diplomate status in Co-Occurring Disorders, an Advanced International Board Certification in Addictions, and National Board Certifications in Community Counseling and Addiction Counseling.
He is a Certified Criminal Justice Specialist, a Master Addiction Counselor, and an Approved Clinical Supervisor in mental health and addictive diseases.
For the past 20 years, Dr. Momtahan has specialized in treating adolescents, adults, familes and couples, DUI/DWI offenders, criminal offenders, trauma, death, and abuse survivors. His treatment areas served include addictions, existential issues, interpersonal conflict, depression, anxiety, post traumatic stress disorder, and anger management.
In additional to providing psychological assessment, individual psychotherapy, and group therapy, Dr. Momtahan is a Clinical Field Practicum Supervisor for the University System of Georgia and Clark Atlanta University graduate students in clinical social work and community counseling at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, where he practices as clinician. He is speaker and instructor in prevention of addiction and behavioral disorders and conducts seminars and workshops on a variety of mental health and addiction topics in Georgia. Currently, he is a member of the American College of Certified Forensic Counselors, American Counseling Association, National Board of Certified Counselors, is an examining member of the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Certification Board of Georgia, as well as the International Certification and Reciprocity Consortium of Alcohol and Other Drugs Abuse.
Dr. Mary LaJoyce Brown Lewis is President and CEO of the Atlanta Training, Assessment, and Counseling, Inc with offices in Atlanta and Dallas, GA. Dr. Brown Lewis is Licensed Clinical Social Worker, a Licensed School Social Worker, a Certified National Alcohol and Drug Risk Reduction Instructor, a Georgia DUI Instructor, and an Approved Georgia DUI Intervention Program Clinical Evaluator. Dr. Brown Lewis has more than 20 years experience providing clinical evaluations and treatments to clients with stress, depression, anxiety, self-esteem, discipline, school, marital, divorce, separation, and substance abuse issues.
Dr. Brown Lewis has worked in many community mental health programs in numerous positions and capacities: employee clinician (Irons & Associates: Clarity Psychological), Community Programs Director (Chris Kids, Inc), Director of Human Services (Sadie G. Mays Health & Rehabilitation Center), Senior Women Health & AIDS Social Worker (Grady Memorial Hospital), Social Service Coordinator (Atlanta Housing Authority). In addition to her community works, Dr. Brown Lewis provides training and supervision to other clinicians in the area of Mental Health and HIV and nationally recognized speaker in Prevention of Substance Abuse During Pregnancy. Dr. Mary Lajoyce Brown Lewis currently works as clinician with WellStar Hospital Behavioral Health in Cobb County Georgia.
West Metro Counseling Group (Dallas office)
Call Monday-Friday 10AM-6PM: 770-769-7279
In-person by appointment
59 Hillside Trace Suite 113
Dallas, GA 30157