Candice Cooper-Lovett aka Dr. Coop-Love
A native of Buffalo, NY, Dr. Cooper-Lovett is a licensed marriage and family therapist and sex therapist. Dr. Cooper-Lovett has over ten years of experience working with individuals, couples, and families. She is the owner and CEO of A New Creation Psychotherapy Services, LLC in Fayetteville, GA. Additionally she is a mental health and empowerment speaker and has been speaking for over 15 years at national conferences, panels, workshops, radio, podcasts, and television.
Building a private practice can be a lot of work especially when it comes to social media marketing, and navigating managed care. We offer consultation services for mental health professionals who are interested in starting and building their own private practice and building their social media platform through marketing. I provide consults in person, by phone, and via online video chat. Consultations start at 30 minute sessions.
Topics related to intimate partner violence, child witnesses to intimate partner violence, sexual abuse/assault. at-risk youth, post-traumatic growth.
Dissertation coaching will help you change your approach to your dissertation or thesis so that you are motivated, productive, and able to work in a wise, consistent manner. As a PhD I understand the needs of graduate students and what it takes to be successful in graduate school.
Clinical Skill Building
Case Conceptualization, and Professional Development
Training Basics for Licensed Clinicians wanting to utilize systems perspective with their clinical cases.
Also provide supervision mentorship to those who are wanting to become AAMFT approved supervisors.
Dr. Cooper-Lovett enjoy's messages that are focused on social justice and equality, growth, healthy relationships, preventing dating violence, and empowerment for at-risk youth. identity.
Dr. Cooper-Lovett does consulting, and training for administrators and staff in businesses. She also does consulting for private practices with regard to:
Cultural Competency/Sensitivity/Diversity and Social Justice
Having difficult dialogue about marginalized groups
Social and Emotional Challenges in Children and Adolescents (trauma, mental health, at-risk youth)