Lindsey Coltraine, Counseling Intern

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Master of Family Therapy Candidate, Mercer university


I knew from an early age that I wanted to study psychology, because I was fascinated with learning about people and how the mind works.  I obtained my Bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of Georgia.  

In my pursuit to find a career where I could express my passion for loving on others, I completed a Master of Science in Nursing degree from Georgia Health Sciences University.  I worked for a few years in long-term acute care and then inpatient mental health where I gained great experience working with mental disabilities and substance abuse. 

My experience as a nurse was invaluable, but I found that I really enjoyed connecting with people in a way that the duties of a nurse don't allow.  I made the decision to go back to school, and I am currently completing my Master of Family Therapy.


I moved to the Atlanta area a few years ago from Macon, GA, where I grew up.  I have been married to my wonderful husband since 2012, and we have one son.  In my spare time, you will find me spending time with my family and reading anything I can get my hands on.  I love trying new foods and traveling.  Most of all, my passion is for people.  I enjoy meeting new people and supporting them on their journey to bettering themselves.


I receive my primary clinical supervision from several faculty members of Mercer University. Stephanie Cook, LCSW, owner of Counseling ATL, LLC, also provides me with mentoring and supervision on site.

who I work with

I enjoy providing specialized counseling services to clients of all ages and backgrounds, including adults, teens, families, and couples. I have completed specialized training in the Gottman Method Couples Therapy through the Gottman Institute (levels 1 and 2).


I enjoy working with clients of all ages and stages of life. I know how difficult it can be to talk to a stranger about problems in your life, so I really focus on building a strong relationship with my clients. When I work with couples, I use the Gottman Method of Couples Therapy. When I work with individual clients, I use an Cognitive Behavioral Therapy approach to help my clients gain insight into the meaning behind your thoughts and emotions. I don’t think change happens immediately, but I would like to help you on your journey.


I am available on convenient daytime, evening and weekend hours: Fridays and Saturdays.


Please schedule online through the online scheduling portal, or submit the form below to get a call back from the scheduling assistant.


Initial sessions (80 minutes) are $100 and all regular 45 minute sessions are $75 per session thereafter. Insurance is not accepted, and these services cannot be counted towards insurance deductibles. 

If you are in need of even lower rates, please visit our "Low Cost Counseling Services in Atlanta" web page for additional counseling resources in the Atlanta area. Lindsey offers counseling services at a very reduced rate, so that we may reach further into our community and provide services to those who may not otherwise afford it or have access to care or resources. 

new Counseling training program

High quality counseling services at a reduced cost

Starting August 2017, Counseling ATL, LLC, partnered with Mercer University to provide a practicum site for their Masters Program. Providing the highest quality of research-based counseling services is the core mission of Counseling ATL, LLC, and now we have even more affordable options thanks to our graduate student counseling training program. 

Lindsey Coltraine has been selected as the newest 2018 Graduate Counseling Intern for Counseling ATL's new Counseling Training Program.

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