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David Clark, D. Min., MAC, CCS, SAP, CCJP

  • 1970-1980's - Active minister and counselor in the local church and institutional chaplaincy, Atlanta Mission, PRN chaplain at the Shepherd Center. 

  • Early 1990's - Program Director at CARP, a long term treatment facility for addicts and alcoholics 

  • Mid 1990's - Staff member for the Morehouse School of Medicine, ATTC

  • For the last 25 years, a trainer and a provider for the Georgia Commission on Family Violence and the Georgia Addiction Counselors Association (GACA).

  • Currently, in addition to his Doctorate in counseling, and his Master Addiction Counselor Certification, he is a state clinical DUI evaluator and treatment provider and a DOT evaluator.

  • Multiple presentations with audiences including probation officers, judges, and other trainers.



  • Masters in Church Social Work/Clinical Supervision (MSW)

  • Masters in Theological Studies/Pastoral Counseling (MTS)

  • Doctorate of Ministry (DMin)


  • Master Addiction Counselor (NAADAC #51521)

  • GACA Certified Addiction Counselor, Level II (#1016)

  • Certified Clinical Supervisor (#0199)

  • Substance Abuse Professional (NAADAC #10282)

  • Certified with American Association of Pastoral Counselors

  • Georgia Multiple Offenders Clinical Evaluator and Treatment Provider (ASAM I)

  • GCFV Certified Family Violence Intervention Provider

  • LMFT eligible

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Trey Griffith, CAC, CAMS
Vice President

Guy Trey Griffith is a Certified Addiction Counselor Level I through the Georgia Addiction Counselor’s Association. Trey is a certified Family Violence Intervention Program Facilitator through the GA Commission on Family Violence. He is also a certified Anger Management Specialist. Trey runs the Family Violence Intervention Program and the Anger Management program for Atlanta Intervention Network.

Desiree Cochran-Norfolk, MS, CMAC, CAC II, CAMS


Desiree Cochran holds a Master’s degree in Addiction Counseling from Liberty University and an undergrad in Criminal Justice with a minor in Public Policy from Georgia State University. She is a Certified Master Addiction Counselor and Certified Addiction Counselor II through the Georgia Addiction Counselor’s Association and is a Certified Anger Management Specialist. She is one of the co-founders of the Greater Gwinnett Reentry Alliance, LLC. She has dedicated her career to helping people get back on their feet after incarceration and/or addiction. She is currently training to obtain her certification as a GA Family Violence Intervention Program facilitator through the GA Commission on Family Violence. Desiree stated that she enjoys spending time with her children and family in her spare time.

Pamela Varner Woodson, LPC

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For the past 24 years, Woodson has served as Business Administrator and Pastoral Counselor at First Baptist Church in her hometown of Tucker, Georgia. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Master Addiction Counselor with Atlanta Intervention Network for the past 20 years, where she has a private practice and facilitates psychoeducational groups, and is also certified by the Georgia Commission on Family Violence as a Family Violence Intervention Facilitator. Focusing on drug, alcohol, and family violence intervention of predominantly court-mandated clients, Woodson’s ultimate goal centers around changing lives for the better.  A graduate of Mississippi University for Women, located in Columbus, Mississippi, Woodson has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. She also earned a Master of Arts in Professional Counseling from Argosy University in Atlanta, Georgia. In addition to her counseling career, Woodson also takes part in the Special Education Ministry at First Baptist Church of Tucker, serving as its Music Teacher for more than 30 years. Each Sunday morning, she plays piano and sings while adults with special needs join together, prepare art projects, join in music, and have a Bible Study. Pam is married to Barry Fortenberry from Tucker, GA. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends, reading, writing, playing piano, singing, traveling, and being a mom and a grandmother (YaYa).

Dr. Tommy Snow, LPC, FVIP, CAMS


Dr. Snow holds PhDs in Clinical Christian Psychology and Christian Domestic Violence Intervention Therapy. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor specializing on Conflict Resolution. He is a Certified Anger Management Specialist, Georgia Certified Domestic Violence Facilitator, and works with trauma related concerns. He enjoys working with couples, men who have experienced trauma, and older teens and young adults. He is on multiple insurance panels including Anthem/BC/BS, United Health Care, Aetna, Cigna and others.

Greg Guillbeaux, FVIP, CAMS, CIT


Greg Guilbeaux is a native of Church Point, Louisiana and has been a volunteer chaplain in Georgia for 26 years. Mr. Guilbeaux graduated from Jumenville Vocational school with a degree in Graphic Arts. He co-founded a family violence intervention organization called Angelica’s Attic where he is a state certified family violence instructor. Mr. Guilbeaux is a certified anger management facilitator and facilitates Job Readiness classes in Georgia. Greg has been awarded numerous community outreach recognition awards but states he is most proud of being a family man.

Dr. Ruby Wallace, FVIP

Bevin Carpenter, FVIP


Mr. Carpenter is the founder and CEO of the consulting company, Building Bridges. He has over 20 years facilitating workshops and programs. Mr. Bevin Carpenter is the Behavior Specialist at the first school named after Dr. Martin L. King, Jr.   Mr. Bevin Carpenter received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Memphis, his MBA from Strayer University, and just received his State of Georgia certification as a Family violence Facilitator and as a Trauma and Resilience Practitioner-Education. Mr. Carpenter serves on the Fulton/Atlanta School Justice Pathway. Youth Today published his article in 2017 called, “Empowering Students to be Change Agents”. He is the author of the 2018 published book, “Building Bridges, 10 Steps to Engage Youth”. Mr. Bevin Carpenter was trained in Kingian Nonviolence by Dr. Bernard Lafayette(Lt. under Dr. Martin L. King, Jr) and Ret. Capt. Charles Alphin.  He is also a Certified Anger Management Specialist.

Laurie Hicks, CAC, CPI, CAMS
Counselor, Office Manager

Educational Degrees: 

  • B.S. Psychology with a concentration in Clinical & Personality, 2021, Georgia Gwinnett College, Lawrenceville, GA

    • Summa Cum Laude​

    • Psi Chi International Honor Society in Psychology

  • B. A. Ministry, 2015, Bible Institute, Huntington, WV


  • Certified Family Violence Intervention Program (FVIP) Facilitator through the Georgia Commission on Family Violence (#10319)

  • Certified Addiction Counselor Level I through the Georgia Addiction Counselor’s Association (#3570)

  • Certified Parent Instructor (#81478)

  • Certified Anger Management Specialist

LaNor Browder, AA
Administrative Assistant- Call or text 470.902.5595

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