Hi there! My name is Kassie Love. In my line of work as a mental health provider, I’ve come to understand that what most people really want is to be heard and supported. Nobody wants to feel like they’re being judged or criticized, especially when they open up in therapy. My patients often tell me they appreciate my compassionate and relatable approach, which they find both valuable and effective.
Before I became a therapist, I earned my degree in Public Health and spent some time doing research and grant writing. It was during that time that I realized my true passion: helping people navigate their challenges. This was all thanks to a family member who was going through a tough time with severe depression. It was a lightbulb moment for me, and since then, I knew that becoming a therapist was my calling. Now, I am so excited to have the chance to work with you on creating healthy coping skills and helping you become the best version of yourself.
Outside of work, I love going on beach vacations with my husband and our young children. I also love hiking—if you’re ever up for a chat about National Parks, count me in!
Under the supervision of Jimi Byrnes, LPC & Clinical Director Rachel Butler, LPC
Northcentral University (2023), Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy- Medical Family Therapy
Mercer University (2011), Master of Science in Public Health
Middle Georgia State University (2009), Bachelor of Science in Health Leadership Services Administration
As a marriage and family therapist, my primary focus is on you and your relationships, whether you’re an adult, a teen, a couple, or a family. I believe that people are shaped by the relationships in their lives, which is why it is so important to me to help you cultivate and strengthen healthy relationships.
When we work together, one-on-one, or as a family, we’ll dive deep into enhancing all your relationships. It’s all about assisting you to build and maintain healthier connections with the people who most matter to you.
At the moment, I am based at Sage Counseling and Wellness, and I offer virtual appointments for Georgia residents. Before this, I worked at Emory Family Medicine, where I had the fantastic opportunity to work with a wide range of patients with an even wider range of mental health concerns. I even had the chance to train primary care physicians in some therapeutic techniques to support their own patients. This was an incredibly rewarding experience for me.
I have specialized training in a handful of therapeutic methods, like Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Mindful-Based Cognitive Therapy. My goal is to blend these approaches to create a tailored treatment plan that will help you and your family based on your unique experiences and treatment goals.
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