Common Reasons Adults Seek Counseling

 - Stress from children/parenthood

- Stress from own parents/family

- Career uncertainty

- Work/life balance

- Anxiety

- Depression

- Strain in relationship

- Trouble creating and maintaining adult friendships

- Postpartum health and wellness (See more info and opportunities for support below)

Tired of feeling responsible for everyone and everything? You are not alone.

Life is hard, and some seasons are harder than others. You may be in a period of life where you are experiencing challenges in your career, relationship, friendships, or family. Or perhaps you just haven't quite felt like yourself lately and want to get back to feeling balanced and happy. Whatever hurdle life has put in front of you, we're here to help you tackle it!

Postpartum Support

Motherhood is a unique and special journey and deserves unique and special care​

Our Perinatal Therapist

At Happy Hearts Counseling, our trained Perinatal Mental Health Clinician, Ashley Lingerfelt, is ready to help you with your journey into motherhood. Perinatal Mental Health includes pregnancy through the first year postpartum. Ashley is

a Postpartum Support International Georgia State Coordinator and a Certified FirstPlay® Practitioner. She is trained to

help mothers and infants bond, connect, and heal from Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders (PMADs). Whether you are pregnant, a new mom, or an experienced mom that needs some extra support, she can help you navigate the thoughts and feelings that come along with motherhood.

Contact Ashley to learn more or schedule an appointment.

Lap babies are always welcome at perinatal appointments

Motherhood is hard.

Motherhood can be a very beautiful and rewarding time in a woman's life. It is a time of excitement, joy, and newness that can be a really positive experience for some. For others, motherhood brings feelings of sadness, worry, anger, loss of identity, isolation, and resentment of their new role. At times, these feelings can affect a mother's ability to connect with her baby, affecting mother-infant attachment. These feelings of sadness, worry, and isolation are common. In fact, 1 in 7 women develop a perinatal mood and anxiety disorder during pregnancy or within the first 12 months postpartum. If you are suffering from these feelings, you are not alone. We can help you.

For more information, please download:

Symptoms Often Associated with PMADs

Happy H​earts Counseling

1905 Woodstock Rd. Suite 6200

Roswell, GA 30075