Adam Bagley is a family therapist as well as a school counselor. His experience is in working with children, teenagers, families, couples, young professionals and college students with issues such as family communication, personal identity, sexual health, and anxiety.
Adam received his B.A. in Psychology from North Georgia College and State University in 2004, his M.A. in Marriage and Family Therapy (MAMFT) with specializations in Christian Sex Therapy from Richmont Graduate University in 2008. He also holds Certification in Georgia as a School Counselor grades P-12.
Adam believes strongly in treating problems with a family focus. In his sessions, He uses family theories and interventions as well as other therapy approaches, to build counseling sessions around each client as an individual. He can attest to God’s direction in his counseling profession and welcomes others that are open to using their faith within the process of therapy. He enjoys working with teens and families to help build better relationships, work through issues of conflict and trust, improve communication, solve family problems, and create a better functioning home environment. Adam encourages his clients to take responsibility for their lives by learning to understand their emotions, forgive themselves and others, and make better choices through using their faith as well as therapeutic models of counseling. Adam helps clients recognize and use their faith, family backgrounds, personality characteristics, and personal relationships as a basis for positive change and growth. He desires for each client to experience lasting change that goes beyond just learning how to cope.
Adam is married, and enjoys spending quality time with his wife. His interests and hobbies are spending time with family and friends, reading, and maintaining a saltwater reef aquarium.