Managing Member / Counseling Intern / Notary
Elizabeth is a Managing Member at C.A.S.E., where she coordinates and leads daily business operations and focuses on incorporating the business and community aspects of co-running the practice. She graduated from Kennesaw State University with her bachelor’s in Integrative Studies with two business and education concentrations. Following her experience in the business world, Elizabeth later pursued her M.A.T. at Mercer University. She is currently pursuing her master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She prides herself on her community involvement through organizations such as the Junior League of Atlanta, C.A.S.E. Support Center, Fayette Chamber of Commerce, and other volunteer organizations. She lives in Peachtree City with her husband and two girls. She enjoys traveling, reading, and spending time with family and friends.
As a Counseling Intern, she hopes to gain opportunities with diverse populations with a wide range of needs. She considers her approach to be a bridge between behavioral and cognitive therapy with a focus on depression, anxiety, and anger issues. She also has an interest in career counseling utilizing a social learning approach. She is available for individual, family, and group counseling. All of her work is under the supervision of a fully licensed professional counselor through the University, and through C.A.S.E. Her goal is to become a fully licensed professional counselor as she continues her leadership position with C.A.S.E.
She is looking forward to meeting with many of you within the community; however, she has limited availability to accept new clients. If you are interested in services, feel free to contact our office at 404-800-4002.
Licensed Professional Counselor /
Certified Professional Counseling Supervisor
Shaun Lewis is part owner, a Licensed Professional Counselor, and Certified Professional Counselor Supervisor (CPCS) at C.A.S.E. Support Services. Shaun has a passion for helping the community and up and coming clinicians cultivate their craft on the road to licensure. Before starting a group practice with his partners, Shaun spent ten years as a Professional School Counselor and seven years as a Professional Community Counselor serving the Atlanta Metro area. In spring 2009, Shaun received his Master of Education degree at Cambridge College. Shaun also received his Specialist Degree at The University of West Georgia in Professional Counseling and Supervision in Spring 2012. Shaun is currently in the Doctoral Program for Professional Counseling and Supervision at the University of West Georgia. In addition to his degrees, he obtained his CPCS in 2018.
Shaun’s direct client experience includes work with homeless populations, impoverished families, women seeking shelter from abusive relationships, victims of child abuse and neglect, veterans with PTSD, TBI, and other issues, adolescent students experiencing academic and personal concerns. He also has experienced clients with depression, relationship problems, past and current abuse, and other private and family circumstances.
Shaun’s areas of expertise in direct client work and providing supervision include Individual and Family therapy, Career Counseling, Mental health (both general and severe psychological concerns), Child abuse, and Post-traumatic stress (veterans, domestic violence, sexual assault, incest, trauma). Shaun is available for clients but at a limited capacity and acquiring new up and coming clinicians on the path to licensure. You can reach Shaun at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Licensed Professional Counselor
Preston Jones M. Ed. LPC has accumulated 11 years of experience in the field of clinical counseling and 15 years in the field of education. Upon receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice in 2003 from Lincoln University, Preston gained experience working with at-risk youth in Detention Centers and Residential Facilities including Vision Quest, Pennsylvania Clinical Schools, and Devereux Georgia. During this time, Preston provided interchangeable research-based interventions for youth and students experiencing a wide range of diagnoses and disabilities for the purpose of mental and behavioral rehabilitation.
Coincidentally, the experience Preston received while working in Detention Centers and Residential Facilities lied a derivative into the counseling world. This encouraged him to pursue two Masters degrees. He received a Masters in School Counseling in 2009 from Wilmington University and a Masters in Special Education in 2013 from the University of West Georgia. Since earning his degree in School Counseling and Special Education, Preston worked as a Community Counselor (Supervised Therapist) with and also concurrently as a Special Education Teacher. Preston gained expertise in clinical modalities, assessments, and directed treatment. He expounded on Solution Focused Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Person-Centered approaches, and Brief Therapy to treat multiple diagnoses such as Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Anxiety, Depression, Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder, Stress Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, and Suicidal Ideations. In 2015, Preston became a School Counselor where he continued his collaboration with Parents, Teachers, Students, Probation Officers, Social Workers, Psychologists, and other team members to provide appropriate school to home interventions. He became licensed as a Licensed Professional Counselor in 2018.
Preston continues to provide interventions and support for the community as a Licensed Professional Counselor with CASE Support Services. He teams up with qualified professionals to assist with the all-around services provided to families. Preston is passionate about his work and eager to help. He prides himself on customer service and receiving the best possible outcomes on the journey with the families he serves in the community and individually.