Frequently Asked Questions

General Questions

How do I schedule an appointment?
Call me at 404-906-9831 to schedule your appointment. I will call you back if I am not available as soon as possible. You may also message me via email and I will respond as soon as possible. If you do not hear from me within 1 business day, please call again as technology services are fallible and I may not have received your message.
Do you take insurance?

I am currently contracted with the following insurance companies at the Eagles Landing location: Aetna, Blue Cross/Blue Shield and Cigna at this time.

I am only taking cash paying clients at the East Cobb location at this time. I will be happy to provide you with a statement including all necessary information for you to file with your insurance company for reimbursement.

What are your fees?

I charge $150 for the initial intake session which is 60 minutes.

Subsequent 50-55 minute sessions are $150 and 45 minute sessions are $120.

If you need a 90 minutes session, the fee is $200.

Do you have a sliding fee scale?

If you are unable to pay the full fee, I may be able to offer a sliding scale, which means your fee is based on your income. I have a limited number of these openings, so if you need a sliding scale and I am unable to accommodate your financial needs, I can refer you to other counselors with a sliding fee.

What forms of payment do you accept?
I accept cash, personal checks, or credit/debit card.
What are your office hours?

Eagle’s Landing Christian Counseling Center, Inc.

Monday – Thursday 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM

Kimberly Wallace LPC LLC, Marietta, GA

Friday 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

About Our Services

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor specializing in resolving trauma related to anxiety and depression. I enjoy working with people who need resources to help them get to the root of the problem rather than just addressing the symptoms. 
The eye is the window to the soul. Connection often occurs when eye contact is made. Our eyes are intricately connected within the brain to orient to our environment using sense of sight, sound, touch, smell and taste. Brainspotting uses a fixed eye position to engage the brain and body’s natural ability to heal itself. The theory of Brainspotting, which was discovered out of EMDR, identifies the issue as activation within the body that is connected to a visual Brainspot. 
Sand Tray Therapy
Margaret Lowenfeld, a British pediatrician, is often thought of as the first person to use sandtray as a therapeutic technique. She developed a way to create three-dimensional scenes combining small toys, paper, metal and colorful trinkets. Her approach was called the World Technique and served as a means of communication between a scene builder and an observer.
Strategic Trauma and Abuse Recovery (S.T.A.R.©)
S.T.A.R. is a psychodynamic three phase model of healing using the four necessary components of the Contextual Model including:  a healing setting, rational explanation for problems being experienced along with specific method for resolving them, a safe, emotionally charged relationship with a counselor, and a structured procedure in which both client and counselor can participate.

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Freedom, Health, and Wholeness

Kimberly Wallace LPC LLC

2852 Johnson Ferry Road, Suite 101

Marietta, GA. 30062


Eagle’s Landing Christian Counseling Ctr, Inc.

1944 Brannan Road

McDonough, GA 30253