Welcome To Family 360 Counseling Center
Family 360, Inc. offers quality, affordable counseling and therapy to children, adolescents, and adults in Georgia and other locations in the United States. We offer individuals, couples, and group therapy in a warm, safe and supportive environment..
Hello, I’m Rev. Dr. Desmond Maul
CEO of Family360, Inc., and Hosanna Ministries, Inc.
Dr. Maul is an ordained Minister, a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and an active clinical member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. He is also a certified instructor with the Evangelical Training Association. Since age 26, he has planted and pastored at several multicultural churches across both Pennsylvania and Georgia.
Remember, NO Perfect People Allowed :
At Family 360 we offer respect, value, and trust to each consumer. We offer accessibility, affordability, sensitivity, and a cultural relationship with commitment, honesty, and full cooperation. We invest in our consumers with the highest professional accountability and ethics, we build together a safe and nurturing environment.
- Mental health education
- Behavioral health
- Community outreach
- Wrap-around services
- Support programs
- Referrals for medication
According to MentalHealth.gov’s website, Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make choices. Mental health is important at every stage of life, from childhood and adolescence through adulthood.
You can contact us for any counseling session by email, phone, or using our online form. If you would like a free 15 minutes consultation phone intake, please click here, or you can call us at 770-679-0586.
Yes, our practice does provide telehealth services for those who rather virtual visits.
Our counseling sessions vary. If you have insurance, then your insurance company will cover the cost. Click here to view insurances that we accept. However, you can pay with a debit/credit card if you don’t have insurance. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us for more information on the fee for our services.
Family 360 Center follows the professional, legal, and ethical guidelines of the American Psychological Association, which means that information about your counseling sessions or what is discussed in the session is not shared with anyone without expressed written permission.
There are some exceptions to confidentiality. If there is the possibility of harm to the client or another person, or in cases of child or elder abuse, Counseling Center staff are mandated to report certain information to the appropriate authorities. Your therapist will review confidentiality with you at the outset of treatment and answer any questions you may have.
ACCREDITATION & AWARDS
Over the years, Family 360/Hosanna Ministries Counseling Center has built a reputation for a strong commitment to our client’s mental health, our willingness to embrace changes, and to meet the needs of the community, by offering professionalism, and exemplary service all of which are supported by the efforts of our dedicated, skilled and compassionate staff. Click here to learn more.
Why choose us?
Our counseling center provides services to people who seek convenient and affordable access to care. Our center offers comprehensive mental health services, and provides individualized, compassionate and family-centered care.
We offer referrals for those needing detox or inpatient care; we work closely with physicians and psychiatrists; referrals for medication and follow-up consultation are provided as needed.
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It is essential to be aware of mental health issues in your relationships. Many times, people may not realize that they have some kind of mental health issue until they start talking about it with a therapist or a friend. It can be difficult for many people to bring up these issues, but knowing what
Mental health issues are a big problem for people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, two-spirit, and other diverse sexual orientations, gender identities, and expressions (LGBTQI+). The LGBTQI+ community is a diverse one. People come from different backgrounds and have different sexualities, genders, and orientations. However, the fact remains that there