Mental Health & Wellness

At Mosaic Georgia, we’re deeply committed to helping our clients navigate the path to healing after traumatic events. We offer individual and family counseling tailored to strengthen coping skills and foster recovery from trauma. Our team is dedicated to building resilience and ensuring supportive care for survivors of sexual violence and their loved ones.

We believe in transparently sharing the scope of our support. Our specialized services are crafted to help heal from trauma and its lingering effects, focusing on various aspects of well-being. It’s important to note, though, that our expertise does not extend to managing pre-existing substance use disorders or psychiatric conditions not directly related to the trauma experienced.

If you find yourself facing challenges that fall outside our areas of specialization, please know we are still here for you. Our compassionate team can connect you with the right resources and experts equipped to address those specific needs. Your path to healing is important to us, and we are committed to helping you access the comprehensive care you deserve.

Your well-being is at the heart of everything we do. Rest assured, we are by your side at every step, offering empathy and support as you navigate your journey toward healing.

Services Include:

Click below for support that goes beyond immediate crisis intervention, focusing on long-term healing and strength. The Wholeness Collective helps discover and strengthen the powerful connection between mind and body for personal growth and resilience.

If you would like assistance in finding a counselor in your area that can provide individual therapy, click on the button below to request that Mosaic Georgia reach out to you. Once we receive your submitted form, we will provide you with more information about local counselors in your area.

Interested in one of our no-cost support groups?

Click below to fill out an Interest Form, and we’ll reach out with more details.

Individual/Family Counseling

Individual and family counseling is offered to clients who have experienced interpersonal violence such as child sexual abuse, sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and other forms of child maltreatment.  The 

Our therapists primarily use the following therapy models: 

  • Eye-movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
  • Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)
  • Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT)
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI)
  • Psychodynamic Therapy

Eligibility criteria: Ages 8+, client of Mosaic Georgia, has not been arrested for or convicted of a crime against a child or any sexual crimes

In Person Sessions available Monday-Friday

If you did not receive services at Mosaic Georgia, but have experienced interpersonal violence or other trauma, we will be glad to assist with the referral process to help you locate a therapist/counselor in your area.

Support Groups

Group Therapy

Group therapy session

Group therapy programs allows members to address  their mental and emotional challenges and work on personal growth and healing. A trained Mosaic Georgia therapist guides the group through various exercises and discussions aimed at addressing specific therapeutic goals. Enrollment  is subject to registration and review. Please see the list on our Counseling and Wholeness Collective Events page to find a group that is most appropriate for you.

Mosaic Georgia Empowerment Group

  • 8-week Psychoeducational Support Group (closed, registration and screening required)
  • Learn skills to cope with distressing trauma symptoms
  • Understand how our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are connected and how we can self-regulate
  • Build community with others who have had similar experiences

Mosaic Georgia Trauma Processing Group

  • 8-week Process Group (closed, registration and screening required)
  • Learn how trauma impacts your thoughts, feelings, behaviors, and relationships by focusing on what you notice in the present moment
  • Increase effective communication skills after traumatic experiences
  • Share with others the challenges and celebrations

Support Groups

Support groups are led by a Mosaic Georgia facilitator and are open to previous clients as well as people who have not received services from Mosaic Georgia. Groups are designed to provide a space for survivors to come together to share experiences, provide encouragement, and offer mutual support in a safe and understanding environment. Members benefit from the opportunity to connect with others facing similar challenges, share coping strategies, and receive emotional support. Our groups include a Non-Offending Caregiver Support Group, an Adult Female Identified Survivor Group, and a Finding Hope Support Group offered in English and Spanish.

Peer-led:  Finding Hope Support Group (English & Spanish)

  • Ongoing peer support group (open, registration required)
  • Join a community of adult females who experienced childhood sexual abuse

Non-Offending Caregiver Support Group (English & Spanish)

  • 8-week group, meeting online, Wednesdays from 12:00-1:00 pm
  • Registration required