Therapist: Elaine Latimer-Tandy, LPC, NCC, BC-TMH, CPCS
1801-E Gloucester Street
Brunswick, Georgia 31520
Living Transformations, LLC Office is located at 1801-E Gloucester Street, a main thoroughfare into historic downtown Brunswick from St. Simons Island, Sea Island and Jekyll Island. Office suite is adjacent to Golden Isles Association of Realtors Offices. Office features a private entry. Ample parking. Located adjacent to CVS and Brunswick-Glynn Joint Water Sewer.
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Mental Health Therapist offering group, individual and family therapy.
“As a mental health therapist I am committed to assisting my clients in developing self-awareness and the ability to manage their behaviors and emotions in a healthy, meaningful and appropriate way. This process is not always easy and involves work on both of our parts. It is my purpose to empower, educate and encourage my clients in their growth process so that they may manage life’s challenges & struggles to the best of their ability. Reducing and / or eliminating severe or negative consequences. Increasing personal contentment, learning skills to transform your life, and setting healthy, productive goals is what Living Transformations, LLC is all about”.
While deciding whether or not to enter into therapy many excuses may come to mind, but if your life is frequently in turmoil, relationships are suffering and you are struggling, not knowing how or what to do next then I encourage you to keep reading through our website.
Purdue University B.A. Psychology /Indiana
Argosy University M.A. Professional & Community Counseling /Georgia
Licensed Professional Counselor/State of Georgia
License No. LPC007846
Board Certified-TeleMental Health Provider - (BC-TMH)
Certified Professional Counselor Supervisor (CPCS)
Discovering my purpose to become a counselor was inspired by my mother when I was child. Seeing others come to my mother for advice or wanting someone to just listen to their struggles, she always helped or encouraged, even if it was just motivating them to hold on to their hopes and dreams. This began my education and training on life and what being human is about way before college.
My observations and sometimes eavesdropping increased my awareness at a very young age understanding that no matter who we are, we all experience pain and struggles, however, they may affect us in different ways. Life can be beautiful but it can also be very complex. The beliefs in how we should handle our mental, emotional and behavioral struggles can be confusing and seem fruitless, but it doesn't have to be hopeless. In my counseling experience with clients diagnosed with severe psychiatric problems and seeing positive change I know that the impossible is very possible.