Helping People Flourish
Micah Counseling Services has operated in Peachtree City, Georgia for more than eight years. It is a private counseling practice led by Dr. Michael Lee Cook. He has practiced counseling, consulting, and coaching for over 12 years. During this time, he has helped numerous clients change their lives and relationships for the better.
The work we do is grounded in systems thinking (i.e., seeing the picture of people's lives). Our presence stands as an open invitation for everyone to bring their questions, concerns, and problems to us. You are never alone. We are here to help you find the best ways forward for your life and relationships.
At Micah Counseling Services, we believe that relationships are the heartbeat of life. When our connection with others is healthy, we flourish. When it’s broken, we flounder. Our purpose is to help individuals, couples, families, and groups create and sustain relationships that are healthy, nurturing, and empowering. Ultimately, we make it our purpose to build communities of meaning and a world of peace.
Michael Lee Cook, ThD, LMFT
Michael Lee Cook, ThD, LMFT
Dr. Cook is a licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT). He provides counseling, consulting, coaching, and supervision to individuals, couples, families, groups, and organizations. His approach is guided by systemic thinking, primarily Bowen Family Systems Theory. This means that he explores the broad range of systemic factors (e.g., cultural, social, economic, spiritual, etc.) in working with clients to understand and effectively overcome their emotional and interpersonal challenges and concerns. He is a Clinical Fellow and Approved Supervisor in the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT).
He has been practicing psychotherapy for more than 12 years and has extensive clinical and practical experience working with clients on a variety of emotional, psychological, and relationship issues.
His career is broad and includes military service, leadership in banking and finance as well as academia. These experiences have prepared him to connect with a diversity of people and understand the unique assortment of psychological and interpersonal issues and concerns clients bring to every session and consultation.
Whether you’re more concerned about the personal or professional facets of life, Dr. Cook is always guided by the basic philosophy that relationships are the heartbeat of living. We thrive when our relationships are strong and well and we often struggle when they are broken and fragile. Healthy connections ground and nurture individuals, families, communities as well as help organizations thrive.
Dr. Cook was born and raised in Vidalia, Georgia, which is also known as the "sweet onion city." His hobbies include golfing, running, and writing. He has been happily married for 20 years and has a teenage son and daughter.
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