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Cobb.C HeadshotStaff Therapist
Master Addiction Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor

ccobb@summitcounseling.org

678-893-5300

“My practice is my ministry, where I help others find a sense of peace and well-being.”

Christopher’s Blog

Chris is a Licensed Professional Counselor, author, and lecturer. His desire is to facilitate his clients on their life’s journey from the “inside-out,” educating them and raising their awareness of their inner experience, particularly their inner dialogue. Chris’ areas of focus include inner experience therapy, good mental health coaching, spiritual program development, addiction and recovery, relationship and intimacy repair, executive development, and personal growth.

Prior to becoming a psychotherapist, Chris had several years of organizational development and top-level business consulting. These business experiences transcend across business disciplines of all areas and include:
Integrating multi-cultural management philosophies and American workforce practices (Takahashi Works, USA and Kamatsu America)

Multi-national organizational consolidations and mergers (Hewlett Packard/Compact)

Transitional and Interim President (West Software), CFO and/or Vice President of Finance (Georgia Duck and Belt, Cookson America, GPD Limited).

Education:

  • Master of Arts in Counseling, Argosy University, Atlanta, GA
  • Bachelor of Business Administration, University of Georgia, Terry Business College, Athens, GA
  • Associate of Arts in Religion, Alabama Christian College

Licensure, Certifications, and Professional Affiliations:

Community Outreach

Chris is available to speak and/or lead groups on the following topic(s):
Addiction and Recovery
Build a Personal Spiritual Life Program
Couples in Recovery Group
Mental Health Encouragers
Men’s Group
Professionals in Recovery Clinical Recovery Group
Spiritual Life Group
Spiritual Life Integration
Spiritual Program Development
Spouses & Significant Others Recovery Group

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