Meet the Team

Camille D. Grier

Camille Grier is a License Professional Counselor, Certified Professional Clinical Supervisor, National Certified Counselor, receiving her associate degree at Dekalb College, bachelor’s degree in psychology at Georgia State and her master’s degree in Community counseling at Mercer university. She has been in the field of Mental Health for over 25 years and has been a licensed therapist for 18 years. She has worked in many areas in the field of Mental Health, inpatient and outpatient facilities, jails, in the community, on Military installations, and in homes. She has been in private practice since 2009 and has grown her practice to a group practice in several states. She is currently licensed in the following states Georgia, Arizona, Louisiana, Utah, and Nevada. She has supervised several Mental Health programs where she provided Clinical supervision to Associate licensed staff and techniciansCamille is a certified clinical supervisor in the following states Georgia, Arizona, and Nevada. She is a Cognitive Behavioral Solution Focused Therapist, where she focuses on thoughts and feelings that are driving behaviors that have been identified as problematic. Through homework, the interventions discussed during homework are worked on to ensure behavior change is taking place. She has provided direct interventions using Applied Behavioral Analysis. She has provided in-home crisis interventions to clients referred by state agencies. She has provided on-site interventions for children in school while working closely with the parents and teachers. She has helped facilitate the start-up of programs such as Assertive Community Treatment which included a team of 10-12 staff and up to 100 clients in service. Camille is part of your desired journey addressing issues that are most important for each person’s desired outcome.  

Ranard Robinson

Ranard Robinson is a Licensed Professional Counselor with over a decade of diverse experience in community treatment. As an LPC, Ranard works from a cognitive behavior therapy approach to provide his clients with the tools they need to improve thinking patterns and lead themselves to positive changes in their lives. In therapy, Ranard focuses on you, your feelings and what’s going on in your life — both the problems and what’s going well. Ranard’s goal is to help people heal, and ultimately feel better about themselves and their future. 

Joan Hines

Joan Hines started her counseling career in 2007 after Graduating from the University of Georgia’s Community Counseling program. She has been a Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor since 2009. She obtained full licensure as a master’s level Professional Counselor in 2010 and has been dedicated to the field for over 15 years. When conducting assessments she always considers the social determinants of health. Additionally, social determinants are considered when recommending treatment interventions. She has worked with various populations including with ACT Team serving adults with severe and persistent mental illness and co-occurring disorders, with adolescents managing substance abuse issues, with middle school aged students trying to navigate the challenges of identity development, and elementary aged children who have been victims or perpetrators of sexual abuse. We are excited to have Joan on the consultation team as her varied experiences shape her perspective and ability to offer suggestions to move clients forward.

Lanee Sambou

Lanee’ Sambou is a masters-level therapist specializing in working with clients living with anxiety, depression, trauma, and relationship issues. Lanee’ holds particular clinical interest in working with clients living with mood and trauma related issues, and has experience working with individuals and couples across the lifespan including children, adolescents, adults, and the older adult population. Lanee is clinically trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and has experience integrating CBT, Gottman Therapy, and other third wave therapies such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and other mindfulness-based approaches into her sessions. Her research interests involve the use of compassionate focused CBT and ACT toward a wide range of challenges to help clients develop values driven goals to improve self-worth, interpersonal relationship skills, and the ability to utilize effective coping skills to manage uncomfortable thoughts and emotions. Lanee’ operates on the premise that we are whole beings, built with an innate capacity to reach our full potential and therefore, she uses strengths-based models to help clients identify and restore healthy relationships with themselves and others. In addition to supporting clients with anxiety, depression, and trauma related issues, she has additional experience supporting clients with grief, behavioral and anger management issues,  ADHD, substance use, and life transitions. 

Mikell Rozier

Mikell Rozier received his Bachelors of Psychology from Kennesaw State University and his Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Mercer University. While earning his Masters, Mikell was inducted into the Mercer chapter of Chi Sigma Iota, a renowned Counseling Honor FraternityHis professional experiences cover a variety of counseling needs from drug/alcohol abuse treatment, crisis intervention, violence prevention, anger management, suicide survivors, grief, to individual and family/couples counseling. In his latest venture, Mikell partnered with two co-host to start the podcast brand “You Good Bruh?”. The podcast platform serves as an outreach and support for the underserved, targeting those who may have reservations about seeking help or lack of access to it. Mikell has also launched a blog website, tellmikell.com, with psychoeducation, anecdotal articles, and therapeutic products to support your self-care and coping strategies.  

Nadege Julian  

Nadege Julien,  received A CACREP-accredited Master of Education in School health Counseling (MA-ED) at Liberty University. Currently a Doctor of Education Candidate in Community Care and Counseling- Traumatology- Ed.D. at Liberty University in Virginia. Acquired a Doctorate of Ministry in Christian Counseling at Andersonville Theological Seminary in Camilla Georgia.  She  is a  Cognitive Behavioral Solution Focused Associate Licensed Therapist where she  focus on having clients change their thoughts and feelings that seem to be problematic to them.  She is highly motivated, tenacious, caring therapist with one year in school counseling, 3 years in Social Services, and a professional with over 15 years in workforce development serving others. She was drawn to the helping profession through my love for relationships, ministry experiences and a deep desire to understand emotional processes and healing. A wealth of life experience provides me with an ability to understand common patterns which affect most people in their journeys. She has also worked with at-risk youth girls in group homes by collaborating with and support for the family caregivers’ efforts to provide a positive environment for the child/youth. We work together with other professionals to minimize the child/youth’s impulsive behavior. Assist and align support to increase the child/youth’s social and community competencies by building or reinforcing those daily living skills that will assist the child/youth in living successfully at home and in the community. Assist in developing the child/youth’s ability to sustain self-directed appropriate behavior, internalize a sense of social responsibility, and/or enable participation proactively in community activities. 

As a therapist, she has the chance and honor to help on the journey to assist others in changing their lives, help them navigate the challenges they face, and equip them with the tools they need to move forward. She has  provided direct interventions using applied Behavior Analysis.  Her  goal is to meet clients where they are and to help clients achieve sustainable change that will benefit their mind, body and soul. 

Jazmyn Woods

 Jazmyn Wood is currently pursuing her master’s degree in Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling at Mercer University in Atlanta. Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling specialty focused on counseling and serving the needs of the disabled community. Jazmyn received her bachelor’s degree in psychology and biology from Emory University. Her initial focus was on going to medical school, but graduating during the pandemic emphasized the importance of mental health. Jazmyn realized the pandemic brought about a lot of stress and anxiety, but it also highlighted the importance of taking care of your mental health. Jazmyn is so excited to join the A Conscious Life team as an intern.

Niki Bastien

Niki Bastian is the company’s Administrative Assistant. She has 20 years of experience with fast-paced companies and is a valued team member. She is originally from California and now lives in Phoenix and enjoys nature walks, reading, and caring for her house plants.
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