Ashley Lanier-Pszczola, L.M.F.T.


I enjoy working with individuals (ages 12 years old- adult) with a variety of presenting problems including depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and related disorders, and ADHD. However, currently, I am mostly focused on helping tweens and teens since I am able to offer coveted afternoon and evening appointments via telehealth AND I am in the office on Tuesdays and Thursdays seeing tweens and teens in person.

Additionally, as a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, I am highly skilled in working with couples and families in a wide variety of areas, I offer to integrate partners and family members into the treatment of individuals I see on an as needed, and as desired, basis. This optional adjunct to individual therapy is focused on working directly with the individual’s couple or family system, and has been shown to treatment outcomes for children, adolescents, and adults engaged in individual treatment. I utilize evidence-based treatments such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), exposure and response prevention (ERP), acceptance and commitment therapy, dialectical behavior therapy skills training (DBT skills training), attachment-based family therapy (ABFT), and solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT). I do not do child custody evaluations or testify in court regarding custody.


I understand the importance of the therapeutic relationship, and the importance that the right fit has to the client’s ultimate success. I take a very collaborative approach with my clients and I always make sure clients feel heard and understood, and that their goals are being met. Again, as a systemically-trained therapist, I am comfortable integrating your family members or partner into therapy as appropriate or necessary, though this is not required.
Often life knocks us down, and my philosophy as a therapist is to assist clients in getting back into their lives as soon as possible. Our lives are a collection of our stories, and often therapy is about making sense of these stories, and learning how to author something new for ourselves in the future. I believe the real “work” of therapy often happens between sessions, so in addition to listening to clients with empathy, I also encourage clients to practice skills and strategies throughout their week.


have worked with individuals, couples, and families in person and via telehealth in outpatient settings, community-based settings, and residential settings. I have experience collaborating with schools to create IEPs and 504 plans with appropriate educational accommodations for children and teens taking into account mental health. Recently, I participated in the development of a new adolescent residential treatment program. I created and implemented adolescent family services, including parent workshops and education, multi-family groups, and parent support programming. I have specific training and experience working with lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, etc. (LGBTQ+) clients and families, as well as BIPOC clients and families. I am fully licensed to provide therapy to individuals, couples, and families throughout the state of Georgia.


I am available to see patients in our Inman Park office on Tuesdays between 1pm-6pm and Thursdays between 11am and 4pm. I offer services via telehealth other days during the week, with afternoon and evening availability. 


M.S., Marriage and Family Therapy

Valdosta State University

B.A., Psychology with a minor in Sociology

Valdosta State University


I am a Clinical Fellow member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (AAMFT).


Lanier-Pszczola, A. N. (2020) Becoming one treatment team: Involving the family in your work with teens and young adults. Professional/Continuing Education presentation to be presented at Skyland Trail’s virtual CE Series, Atlanta, GA.

Lanier, A. N. (2017) It’s all mom’s fault!: Mother blaming in therapy. Professional presentation presented at Valdosta State MFT Master’s Series, Valdosta, GA. Prezi Link:

Monetti, D., Adams, K., Lanier, A., & Brunston, D. (2016). What is an n-gram viewer? A discussion of the role of student learning in assessment. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Georgia Association for Gifted Children, Athens, GA.

Bishop, E., Coburn, K., Lanier, A., & Vrandupulo, C. (2016). Gender roles in binational couples of mixed-immigration status living in the United States. Poster session presented at Valdosta State University Graduate Research Symposium, Valdosta, GA.

Bishop, E., Coburn, K., Lanier, A., & Vrandupulo, C. (2016). Gender roles in binational couples of mixed-immigration status living in the United States. Poster session presented at Spring Conference of Georgia Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, Jekyll Island, GA.



Ashley Lanier-Pszczola, L.M.F.T. provides services to Atlanta CBT, LLC on a contract basis via Superior Family Services, LLC.