About Us

Dr. Jasmine H. Winbush

I am a relational psychotherapist, which means that I believe relationships (with family, friends, coworkers, higher powers, our relationship with our self, etc.) often play a role in our suffering and, yet, also play a crucial role in our healing. Relatedly, the relationship between the therapist and client is of utmost importance and requires trust and authenticity for both parties involved.  I use a variety of individualized, eclectic approaches to help each person meet their goals and needs. My therapeutic style is warm, direct, empowering, and collaborative.

I am a highly skilled Licensed Clinical Psychologist with generalist training with adult populations. I have specialty training and experience in multicultural psychology. This means that I often work with individuals who have felt “othered” in some way and/or hold identities that have been historically marginalized (women, individuals who are gender non-conforming/don’t identify within gender binaries, racial/ethnic minorities, LGBTQIA+, religious/spiritual minorities, etc.).

Below, are areas where I have specialty training:

  • Women’s Issues
  • Trauma and Recovery (childhood abuse and trauma, sexual assault, domestic violence, race and gender-based violence, spiritual abuse, etc.)
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Identity Concerns
  • Relationship Problems
  • Life Transitions/Changes
  • Sexual Concerns
  • Maternity (pregnancy, postpartum, pregnancy/infant loss, difficulties conceiving)
  • Young Adults (18-40)

Degrees

Doctorate of Psychology (PsyD) – Roosevelt University
Masters of Clinical Psychology (MS)  – Loyola University Maryland
Bachelors in Psychology and Latin American Studies (BS)- Miami University

Training

  • Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Private Practice (Atlanta)
  • APA Internship – Emory University (Atlanta)
    • Provided individual therapy, group therapy, outreach, consultation for Emory University Counseling Center
  • Externship – Edwards Hines Jr, VA Hospital (Chicago)
    • Provided trauma-informed individual therapy, group therapy, and assessments for adults
  • Externship – Private Practice (Chicago)
    • Provided individual therapy, group therapy, and assessment for individuals identifying as LGBTQIA+
  • Externship – Care Clinic (Baltimore)
    • Provided trauma-focused assessment and therapy to survivors of sexual abuse, physical abuse, neglect, and/or exposure to intimate partner violence and their non-offending family members.

Devan Gardner, LMSW, MPH, CHES

My name is Devan (she/her/hers) and I’m excited that you are interested in starting, or continuing, your therapy journey!
I am a licensed therapist specializing in trauma, resilience and wellness-centered healing. I strongly believe that peace, love and prosperity live within us all—sometimes we need help in uncovering our truest potential and navigating hard times. In my years of practice, I’ve grown to know and listen intently to my clients, as we harness their strengths and work to overcome life’s toughest challenges and help create positive outcomes. I believe that everyone can benefit greatly from therapy and that it can be a rewarding, yet challenging, course to a better you! I look forward to making space for you! 

Below, are areas where I have specialty training:

  • Trauma (sexual abuse, childhood/adolescent trauma, neglect)
  • Life Transitions (breakups, career, family)
  • LGBTQ+ Affirming 
  • Stress & Anxiety 
  • Women-Centered Support
  • Body & Sex Positivity
  • Resilience

Degrees

Master of Social Work (MSW) – The University of Georgia
Master of Public Health (MPH)  – The University of Georgia
Bachelors of Science in Health Promotion and Behavior – The University of Georgia

Training

  • Georgia Licensed Master Social Worker
  • Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapist
  • Safe Space Certification March 2014, October 2014
  • LGBTQ Safe Space Ally, Safe Space Certified