Our Team

We are a staff of state-licensed, board-Certified Therapists in Marietta GA that base our work on scientifically proven and well-researched therapeutic techniques.

We are dedicated to helping our clients' long-term success. We believe in individualized care based on your personal goals and aspirations.

MS, LPC, NCC, MAC, CPCS
Terri Abraham (She/Her/Hers) is the CEO of Pathways Online Therapy and Marietta West Cobb Counseling Center. She has been practicing psychotherapy for over 20 years. She specializes in therapies that embrace body, mind, and spirit to help adults and couples grow, heal, and succeed. Therapy with Terri can be transformative, practical, and maybe even fun.
LMSW, PMH
Aisha Brady (She/Her/Hers) is a solution focused therapist with a passion for working with women and young adults. Aisha specializes in helping mothers dealing with pregnancy-related mental health issues such as postpartum depression and anxiety.
LPC
James Artis, MS, LPC (He/Him/His) is a Licensed Professional Counselor who earned a BSW at Virginia Union University and a Master of Science in Counseling Studies from Capella University. He continued his education at Virginia Commonwealth University and attained a Post Masters Certification in Rehabilitative Counseling.
MS, JD, LPC
Claire LaBriola (She/Her/Hers) received her Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Georgia State University. Prior to that, Claire received her Juris Doctor at Emory University School of Law and her Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy at Colgate University.
LPC, RPT
Hannah Reed (She/Her) is a Licensed Professional Counselor, a Registered Play Therapist, and is trained in EMDR therapy. Hannah's passion is working with children and adults of all ages who struggle with anxiety, depression, or have experienced a traumatic event or a traumatic childhood. Hannah's training in play therapy, EMDR, and other cutting-edge methods is a testament to her commitment to providing effective therapy that is rooted in the most recent research on brain science, psychology, and relationship dynamics.
MS, LAPC, NCC
Jazzmin Baily (She/Her/Hers) works with adult, children, and adolescents and has extensive experience working with trauma survivors. She uses play therapy and the expressive arts therapies with her clients to help them find expression of their experience when they do not have the words to tell their story.She believes that “in play therapy, toys are viewed as the child’s words and play as the child’s language” (Garry Landreth, 1999). Her passion is working with children overcoming and healing from trauma.
LMFT
Meredith Repasky (she/her/hers) works with individuals (adults, children and adolescents), couples, and families. She has extensive experience working with trauma survivors, both children and adults. Meredith views all clients through a systemic lens, meaning that she takes into consideration the couple/family dynamics, generational family history, and other environmental factors in a client’s life.
LAMFT
Yashman Greene, MS, AMFT (she/her/hers) is an associate licensed Marriage and Family therapist. Yashman earned her BA in psychology at Winston-Salem State University and MS in Marriage and Family Therapy at Capella University. She has worked in the field in many different capacities with over 9 years of post graduate experience.
LPC
Marie Papini (She/Her) is a Licensed Professional Counselor, a Professional School Counselor, and is trained in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) as well as ASSIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training). Marie has extensive experience in working with adolescents and young adults. She uses person-centered therapy techniques to meet clients where they are and supporting them in where they want to be.
Intern
Wen Zhang (he/him) works with individual adults and adolescents. Wen employs a person-centered and trauma-informed approach to work with clients. He believes the therapeutic relationship is rooted in authenticity, heightened awareness, and collaboration.
Therapy Dog
Bruno Abraham is an 80-lb Pit Bull Mix who had a rough start to life, having been abandoned as a puppy and left to fend for himself on the streets. However, fate had a different plan for Bruno. He was found, wandering and hungry, in July 2022 by two very loving sisters. The girls had big dogs of their own so they needed to find him a new home quickly.
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Marietta West Cobb Counseling Center, Inc.
707 Whitlock Avenue SW
Marietta, GA 30064
770-415-0880