Provider type: Therapist
Serving: Adult, Geriatric
Ammereta Gaskin is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist who has been practicing since 2013. She is a proud alumna of Savannah State University and Mercer University with a Masterâ€™s in Family Therapy. She has been practicing since 2013 working with individuals, couples and addressing family specific concerns.
Ammereta believes in empowering clients through self-accountability and compassion in order to discover their own methods of coping, and helping them develop strategies to deal with their everyday challenges and trauma. She also believes in the importance of finding resources to help support client progress beyond the session. Her main areas of focus include anxiety-based concerns, couple communication & conflict and the redevelopment of identity through deep exploration.
In her spare time, Ammereta enjoys quad skating, time spent with close friends/family and having healthy dialogue around the growing impact of mental health within the Black community and culture.
Ms. Gaskin earned her Bachelor's degree in Behavior Analysis from Savannah State University School of Medicine located in Savannah, Georgia. Ms. Gaskin furthered her education and earned her Master of Family Therapy from Mercer University School of Medicine in Macon. Ms. Gaskin interned at several sites focused on servicing substance abuse groups for adults, behavior management groups with children, adults, couples, families, and college/graduate school students.
Ms. Gaskin was awarded the Kay Wilson Shurden Outstanding Award at Mercer University for her outstanding academic achievement in addition to being the graduate student liaison. She has worked as a co-director for a girls' mentoring program called "Classy Girls to Ladies" for two years. Ms. Gaskin is certified in Family Functional Therapy and is trained in Trauma Focused-CBT, Play Therapy and Solution Focused Therapy. Ms. Gaskin volunteered at several conferences and workshops coordinated by the American Association for Marriage & Family Therapy (AAMFT) and Georgia Association of Marriage & Family Therapy (GAMFT)
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