Triad Psych wants to get our message out there. Not only to those that come to us for counseling, social, learning, and educational services in Marietta, GA but also to people through the media, as well.
We have found that there is a great deal of confusion and lack of information about these subjects. This results in people that need treatment turning away from therapies that would enhance their lives. This is why we speak out at every opportunity – at meetings, through the media, and with officials.
Our qualified and capable staff is dedicated to working with our clients to achieve results in their lives. We employ learning strategies that help process information and use that material to their benefit. With what we do, knowledge is power; with such knowledge, we empower our clients to change negative patterns into positive behaviors.
It is our practice to focus on each client as a whole person. That whole person may need one or more different services that we provide – for example, social skills and special education advocacy. The goal is to meet each client's needs and improve their lives. We customize our services to meet our clients' needs.
Below you'll find links to interviews with our staff about key issues in our field that may impact your life:
Triad's Will Carroll is interviewed by Converge Autism Radio about Autism in females. And ways to avoid bias in identification and diagnosis.
Kimberly Dick, Executive Director of Autism Speaks Georgia joins Triad's Heather Westbrook and our adult group to discuss her organization's mission in Georgia and the services it offers.
Dave Glick discusses Combating Pandemic Stress and ways to take back Your Mental Health.
Dave Glick joins Dr. Stephanie C. Holmes to create a safe sensory environment for students with autism. This is especially significant during this unprecedented time of virtual learning during the COVID crisis.
Dave Glick is interviewed about bullying and trauma in the age of social media and how to combat it.