Kristen W. Green, Ph.D., ABPP
Board Certified in Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology
Dr. Kristen Green is a board certified, licensed clinical psychologist specializing in
the provision of psychological services for children, adolescents and
university-age students. Dr. Green is board certified in Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology. Dr. Green opened Chattahoochee Child Psychology Services, LLC and has been in private practice in Gainesville, GA since 2008. Dr. Green has been a licensed psychologist for more than 10 years.
from San Antonio, Texas, Dr. Green holds a bachelor's degree in
Psychology and a master's degree in School Psychology from Trinity
University in San Antonio, Texas. Dr. Green earned her doctoral
degree in Clinical Psychology, with a concentration in child and
adolescent psychology, at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland,
Ohio. Dr. Green completed her internship and postdoctoral training in Clinical Child and
Adolescent Psychology at Applewood Centers, Inc., a community mental
health center, in Cleveland, Ohio. Dr. Green is a Certified Irlen Screener. Dr. Green is certified in HeartMath(R) Interventions. Dr. Green is also an Associate Professor of Psychology at Brenau University in Gainesville, GA and Director of the Brenau Center for Counseling and Psychological Services.
Dr. Green accepts Georgia Medicaid and Amerigroup.
American Board of Professional Psychology Diploma #8106 (www.abpp.org)
What Is a Licensed Psychologist?
Psychologists are highly trained professionals with expertise in the
areas of human behavior, mental health assessment, diagnosis and
treatment, and behavior change. Psychologists apply scientifically
validated procedures to help people change their thoughts, emotions,
After graduation from college,
psychologists spend an average of 7 years in graduate education
training and research before receiving a doctoral degree. As part of
their professional training they must complete a supervised clinical
internship in a hospital or organized health setting and at least 1
year of post-doctoral supervised experience before they can practice
independently in any health care arena. It is this combination of
doctoral-level training and clinical internship that distinguishes
psychologists from many other mental health care providers.
Psychologists must be licensed by the
state or jurisdiction in which they practice. Licensure laws are
intended to protect the public by limiting licensure to those persons
qualified to practice psychology as defined by state law. In Georgia,
renewal of this license depends upon the demonstration of continued
competence and requires continuing education.
Britney A. Allen, MS, LAPC
Originally from Aiken, South Carolina, Ms. Britney Allen
holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of North Florida in
Jacksonville, Florida and a master’s degree in Clinical Counseling Psychology
from Brenau University in Gainesville, Georgia. Ms. Allen completed her
practicum and internship experiences at The Brenau Center for Counseling and
Psychological Services, a community mental health clinic which offers
individual, family, and couples therapy, and Creation Counseling, a private
practice which offers individual and group services for court-mandated clients
with addiction, anger management, and other mental health concerns. Ms. Allen
is trained in psychotherapy and psychometrics. Additionally, Ms. Allen has
further certification in HeartMath, an intervention that targets emotional dysregulation. She
is currently working towards LPC licensure under Christine Shaheen-Ball, LPC,
CPCS's supervision since August 2017. She was under Dr. Green's
supervision from 2016-2017. She currently holds an Associate
Professional Counselor license (APC # 005567).
Ms. Allen does not currently accept insurance.
Marylynn Mohr, MS, LAPC
Ms. Mohr is trained in psychotherapy and psychometrics. Ms. Morh is currently working towards LPC licensure under
Christine Shaheen-Ball, LPC, CPCS's supervision since June 2018. She was
previously under Dr. Green's supervision from 2016-2018.
Ms. Mohr holds a master’s degree in Clinical Counseling Psychology from Brenau University with a Specialization in Psychological Assessment in Gainesville, Georgia.
Ms. Mohr does not currently accept insurance.
Amber Price, MS, LAPC
Ms. Price, having always had a significant appreciation for
people’s stories, listening well, and helping others, obtained both her
undergraduate and graduate degrees from Brenau University in Gainesville, GA to
help her use her passions to cultivate a deeply personal and meaningful career.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology with a minor in education, as well
as a master’s degree in Clinical Counseling Psychology. Ms. Price completed her
graduate practicum and internship experiences at The Brenau Center for
Counseling and Psychological Services (BCCPS) and CenterPoint. BCCPS is a
community mental health clinic which offers individual, family, and couples
therapy, as well as full psychological assessment evaluations. CenterPoint is a
local organization which offers education and mentoring services, as well as
counseling services involving individual, family, and couples therapy. Here she
primarily worked with elementary and middle school-aged children with ADHD,
autism, anxiety, depression, self-harming behavior, suicidal thoughts, shifting
families, high risk behaviors, and more. Ms. Price is trained in psychotherapy
and psychometrics and has counseled clients ranging in ages from 5 to 89. She
began working toward her LPC licensure under Christine Shaheen-Ball, LPC, CPCS's supervision in 2017
and genuinely considers her opportunity to serve others a privilege.
Ms. Price does not currently accept insurance.
Paulette Kennedy MS
Ms. Kennedy holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology
from the University of North Georgia, and a master’s degree in Clinical
Counseling Psychology with a dual specialization in Psychometrics and Education
from Brenau University in Gainesville, Georgia where she was awarded the Ali
McNichols Outstanding Graduate Student Award. She completed her practicum and
internship experiences at The Brenau Center for Counseling Psychological
Services (BCCPS), a community mental health clinic which offers individual,
family, and couples therapy; Supporting Adoption and Foster Families Together,
Inc. (SAFFT), where she worked with children and adolescents placed in adoptive
and foster care, and the parents and families of children in care; and Rape
Response Inc., a local advocacy agency for survivors of sexual trauma, where
she has worked with individuals who have experienced severe trauma, facilitated
support groups for survivors, and assisted in community and professional education
on Trauma Informed Services and the Psychology and Physiology of Trauma. Ms.
Kennedy is passionate about creating a therapeutic environment that can serve
as a safe space for children, adolescents, and adults as they navigate the
process of increasing and establishing a healthier mental and emotional
wellbeing. Ms. Kennedy is currently working towards LPC licensure under the
supervision of Christine Shaheen-Ball, LPC, CPCS, since May 2018. Ms. Kennedy
sees children, adolescents, adults, and couples in the office.
Ms. Kennedy does not currently accept insurance.