David Kendis, PsyD
David Kendis is a clinical psychologist whose professional career has taken him to a number of settings, including primary care, university counseling, and corrections. Dr. Kendis enjoys helping clients recognize and utilize their unique strengths to overcome life’s challenges.
During his free time Dr. Kendis is an avid cyclist, jiu-jitsu enthusiast, and aspiring karaoke rock star.
Kristin Noyes, LCSW
Kristin Noyes is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Georgia State University and graduated with a Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Georgia (2008.) Kristin has over 10 years’ experience working with individuals and families ranging in age from 13-65+ who have experienced trauma , grief and loss, depression, and anxiety.
Kristin has studied many different modalities that have shaped her treatment approach. She is trained in emotional freedom and cognitive behavioral techniques to address a variety of symptoms related to anxiety and mood disorders and specializes in treating bipolar disorder, major depression, anxiety disorders, PTSD, ADHD, and ADD. Kristin treats from a holistic approach and believes all parts of the client’s life should be considered in treating symptoms.
Kristin’s clinical approach is client-centered and strength-based, for individuals and families. She builds a strong therapeutic relationship with her client that allows them to work towards their identified goals and objectives quickly and with positive results. Kristin provides counseling services in a non-judgmental way, allowing clients the freedom to communicate openly in a safe environment. She believes that individuals and families have the tools necessary to make the changes they seek, serving as their caveat to guide each client to utilize their strengths and assets.
Dr. Griffin is a licensed clinical Neuropsychologist in the state of Georgia. She is specialized in conducting neuropsychological evaluations, including assessments for traumatic brain injury, ADHD, autism spectrum disorder, stroke, and dementia.
Prior to working in private practice, she worked as a neuropsychologist in outpatient and inpatient hospital settings.
Dr. Griffin works with children and adults, doing neuropsychological evaluations and providing treatment for various disorders.