About

MISSION STATEMENT

To provide adequate behavioral healthcare services that strive to meet the needs of children, adolescents, adults, & families. We ensure that HIPPA compliant services are embedded with integrity, dignity, and individualized care.

Ashley Martin

Founder & Chief Executive Officer

Psychotherapist/Behavior Analyst

LPC, LBA, BCBA, CAMS-II, CRPS

Ashley Martin is a dynamic behavioral healthcare provider serving as a licensed professional counselor, licensed and board certified behavior analyst, certified anger management specialist, and relapse prevention specialist. She has over 15 years of experience collectively working with children, adults, and families. Ashley decided to open her own private practice in 2021 with providing virtual services sparked by the pandemic of Covid-19 to be able to continue to reach and provide convenient professional teletherapy. In 2015, she graduated from Saint Joseph’s University with a Post-Masters in Criminal Justice with concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis. She received a Masters in Forensic Psychology and Post-Baccalaureate Graduate Certificate in Psychology Studies in 2011-2010. Ashley completed an undergraduate degree in Psychology with a minor in General Business at Virginia Commonwealth University in 2008. Ashley is also a self-published author, enjoys fitness, family, and traveling. She is available for hire as a provider, consultant, or presenter. 

Advisory Board Members

Indre Cuckler (Ed. D./Assistant Professor)
Indre Cuckler (Ed. D./Assistant Professor)

Dedicated to promoting quality improvement and innovation in online higher education, Dr. Cuckler is an interdisciplinary scholar-practitioner with expertise in online teaching, higher education assessment, educational grant management, and instructional technology. Educational background—  general psychology, educational leadership, higher education assessment, and instructional design.
Dr. Cuckler has 15 years of experience in higher education in various roles. Beyond the experience in online course development, instruction, and assessment, her scholarly practice includes presenting at several national conferences on various topics in higher education assessment, graduate program evaluation, and student civic engagement.

Gerald Brown (Mental Health Activist & Music Composer)
Gerald Brown (Mental Health Activist & Music Composer)

Gerald is an avid supporter within the community with over 35 years of experience. Gerald is a Youth Minister and Staff Member of The Mary Parker Foundation that assists those suffering from Anxiety and Depression. Gerald is a native of Georgia who attended American  Intercontinental University and West Fulton High School.