Holli Hutson, MSW

I believe that every individual deserves a life where they do not just survive but thrive. Life is full of struggles whether you are five years old and learning to navigate the world and playground or fifty years old and re-evaluating your roles, career, relationships, and sense of self. How we perceive challenges impacts our daily mental and physical states and the choices we ultimately make. I am passionate about building trust and connections to support children, adolescents, adults, and couples in evidence-based ways to help them navigate daily life and relationships with more ease.

My therapeutic approach is Person-Centered with an emphasis on individual’s strengths, attachment theory, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy (TF-CBT), and mindfulness practices. My primary focus is working with teens and adults on issues such as anxiety, depression, grief, separation/divorce, parenting, relationships, and communication challenges.

I obtained my Master of Social Work degree and Certificate in Substance Use Counseling from the University of Georgia. I am a 1996 graduate of Agnes Scott College with a double-major in Philosophy and English Literature/Creating Writing. I have been a certified divorce and co-parenting coach since 2017 working with families to reduce conflict during and after the divorce process.

On a personal note, my hometown is Savannah, Georgia. I am the mom/stepmom of a blended family with six children ranging in ages from their teens to early thirties. There is never a dull moment with our large crew!