About Us

Jennifer Daley is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Counseling Supervisor with a Master’s Degree from Troy State University and a Bachelor’s Degree from Auburn University. She is licensed in Georgia and Alabama, and now serves as our online therapist via video conference as a Virginia resident.

Jen has worked with adolescents, adults, and family’s across various mental health settings and states in both community mental health and private practice settings. Her professional experience includes work in inpatient and outpatient settings, school, court and private settings as well as supervising various programs within the community mental health system. Additionally, she has co-chaired and chaired the Local Multi-Needs Team in Russell County. She has extensive training working with adolescents with behavior problems and/or mental illness resulting in home, school, or legal trouble. Contact Jen directly at [email protected]

Jen’s training and experience in the various areas of mental health leads to an integrative counseling approach in the treatment of adolescents, adults, couples, and family’s. She offers an array of services such as individual, family, and group therapy, behavior modification, parent training, and faith-based counseling. Treatment is tailored to meet each individual, family, and/or couple’s needs that promotes healing and overall healthy living.

Emily Plank, MS/LPC is a graduate of Point University (formerly Atlanta Christian College) and GA State University.   She is currently an Adjunct Professor at Point University in West Point, GA  teaching Intro to Psychology and Adolescent Psychology.  Emily specializes in EMDR therapy for trauma, as well as individual, couples, pre-marital, family, and play therapy.

In addition to being a wife and mother of 3 boys, Emily is also a guitarist/violinist at her church, Spring Road Christian Church, which is currently the host location for Restore Counseling Center. Contact Emily directly at [email protected]


Kristina Thurman, MA, ALC, graduated with a Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from LaGrange College. She has worked with young adults and adults in a variety of settings from community mental health to an on-campus college counseling center. Most recently, she has served as the Executive Director for the Center for Healing and Attachment, working with women in recovery and their children.

She is currently an Adjunct Professor of Psychology at LaGrange College. She serves on the Board for Troup CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) and volunteers with Circles of Troup County. She spends all of her free time with her husband and two children, hiking, kayaking and exploring. Contact Kristina directly at [email protected]