Amy D. Hollingshead, PhD.

A cognitive-behavioral therapist providing 

crisis counseling, psychotherapy, life coaching, chaplaincy, conflict resolution, 

team building, and other mental health services in a safe and confidential context.

Areas of specialization include:

Project Management 

Public Speaking Curriculum Design

Dr. Amy Hollingshead values people! 

Whether working in business, ministry, or the community, her life exemplifies a life-long passion of caring. For 27 years, she has practiced counseling and mentoring in a variety of settings including her two private practices ThinkKlear and Corporate Care Georgia. 

Amy’s ability to create, manage and protect the vision and values of organizations was tested on a critical level when she served as Atlanta Thrifty Nickel’s President from 2008-2014. The organization was in tremendous crisis and debt. During that project, Amy designed and implemented strategic solutions bringing the company to sustainability, growth and profitability gaining the honor of #1 Southeastern Division paper from 2010-2013. In 2012, she rebranded her private counseling practice to add chaplaincy and coaching thus creating Corporate Care Georgia. Additional experience includes design and implementation of curriculum for the Institute for Professional Development, working as an Adjunct Instructor for the Shorter University School of Business and as Director of Education for Feed My Lambs, Inc. Currently, Amy is the Director of Care & Wellness for Cortland Partners, a real estate development company, scaling her expertise to an international market. 

Born in Atlanta, Georgia, September 27, Amy graduated from the University of Georgia with a degree in Advertising and a minor in Psychology. She earned her Masters of Arts in Counseling from Liberty University, a PhD in Organizational Leadership from Logos University, and a PhD in Applied Psychology from Aidan University. She is a Board Certified Christian Therapist and Certified Chaplain. She is a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors, the Georgia Association of Christian Counselors, the American Chaplains Association, UGA and Liberty Alumni groups, the Cobb County CEO Roundtable and served on the Southeastern Advertising Publishers Association Board of Directors for several years. 

Amy and her husband Tim have been married for 31 years, have four wonderful daughters, two awesome sons-in-law and are expecting their first grandbaby in July. Amy is an outdoor enthusiast, music lover, avid reader, engaging conversationalist and devoted UGA football fan.