Heal. Grow. Thrive.
About The Marriage Point
The Marriage Point exists to provide counseling and training services to those wishing to improve the marital relationship. Our primary goal is to see couples and families experience marriage the way it was intended to be secure, intimate and passionate.
Our approach to counseling can be summed up in three words: Empathy. Evaluation. Expertise.
We provide individual, couples, and family counseling sessions to improve the marriages of those couples suffering from distress, disconnection or just stagnation. For more information on couples counseling services please click here.
We recognize that sex is an important part of a martial relationship and that sexuality is an integral part of the human experience. We are trained to help couples and individuals explore their sexual experiences, process their concerns and improve their sex life. Please click here for a complete list of our sex therapy services.
We also work with individuals to support them in establishing and maintaining healthy relationships. We help indi anxiety, depression, anger and relational distress. We often address issues of spirituality, purpose, calling, career and personal development and as well as parenting concerns. Please click here for a complete list of our counseling services for individuals.
The Marital Wellness Model
We believe your marital relationship is a situated within a systemic framework comprised of nine facets of wellness: Emotional, Physical, Relational, Spiritual, Sexual, Vocational, Financial, Social and Cultural. We call each of these facets “wellness points”. The health of each wellness point affects your marriage in positive or negative ways. In order for your relationship to experience lasting improvement, each wellness point must be functioning at a healthy level.
We approach all of our work with you with deep empathy and care because we believe that it is only through deeply empathetic care that can we accurately understand your concerns and help you heal from your relational wounds. We begin our work together by engaging you and your partner in a thorough assessment process. This assessment helps us to evaluate the health of each wellness point and to identify each area of marital wellness that needs to be addressed in order for your relationship to experience lasting improvement. This assessment takes into account both overt and covert stressors on your relationship, helps us to gain an accurate understanding of your needs, and improves treatment efficacy. Once this assessment process is completed we create a treatment plan with specific and measurable goals to address each point of marital wellness that needs improvement, and begin working with you toward your goals. In order to help you fully and effectively reach your goals, we utilize a team approach to address each wellness point of concern. Each one of our counselors is experienced in working with the emotional dynamics of a couples relationship. Additionally, each counselor has received training and/or certification in one or more areas of Marital Wellness and is available to become a part of the team that works with you to achieve your treatment goals.
The Marriage Point Team
Sexual Wellness Specialist
Lana is the Founder of The Marriage Point. She holds a Master’s of Science in Marital and Family Therapy and a Master’s of Arts in Theology from Fuller Theological Seminary. She is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Sex Therapist. As the Sexual and Financial Wellness Specialist she addresses:
- Sex Therapy
- LGBTQIA Support
- Affair Recovery
- Sexual Identity
- Spirituality and Sexuality
- Mixed Orientation Couples
Social Wellness Specialist
Leanne received her Bachelor’s in Behavioral Science from California Baptist University and her Master’s in Professional Counseling from Grand Canyon University. As the Social Wellness Specialist she addresses:
- ADHD & The Couples Relationship
- Social Skills Training
- Social Anxiety
- Assertiveness Training
- Social Engagement & Responsibility
Cultural Wellness Specialist
Jada is a Licensed Master Social Worker in the state of Georgia. She received her Bachelor’s in Psychology from Oglethorpe University and her Master’s of Social Work from Kennesaw State University. As the Cultural Wellness Specialist she addresses:
- Culturally Sensitive Therapy
- Racial Trauma
- Race-Based Traumatic Stress
- Inter-Cultural & Inter-Racial Couples
- Ethnic Identity and Expression
- Acculturation Issues
Vocational Wellness Specialist
Sharickah Rogers is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Georgia. She received her Master’s of Arts in Counseling Psychology from Western Michigan University. As the Vocational Wellness Specialist she addresses:
- Career Counseling
- Work-Life Balance
- Career Transitions
- Career Guidance
- Career Fulfillment & Marriage
- Professional Growth & Development
- Vocation & Calling
Marriage & Family Therapist
Allie is a pre-licensed professional and Master’s level intern at the Marriage Point. Allie is a humanistic, socioculturally responsive, and a client centered Therapist in training. She is a current Masters level student at Mercer University working towards licensure in Marriage Family Therapy. She is also pursuing her certification in Sex Therapy from the American Board of Sexology founded by the American College of Sexologists.. As a Marriage & Family Therapist she addresses:
- Non Traditional Relationships
- Conflict Management
- Intersection of Sexuality & Trauma
- LGBTQIA+ Support
- Family & Blended Familes
Physical Wellness Specialist
Gabriella is a Marriage and Family Therapist in the state of Georgia. She earned dual degrees in Mass Media and Psychology from the University of Georgia. Additionally she completed a Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and earned a Medical Family Therapy Certificate from the University of East Carolina. As the Physical Wellness Specialist she addresses issues such as:
- Physical Wellness
- Chronic Pain
- Psycho-Somatic Pain
- Inner Child Work
Spiritual Wellness Specialist
- Pastoral Counseling
- Spiritual Growth
- Spiritual Abuse Recovery
- Clergy-Church Relations
- Purpose & Calling
- Ministry-Life Balance