About Us

Rev. Cindy Blocksidge, LCSW
Clinical Director

Cindy is the Sr. Associate Pastor of Care Ministries at McEachern Memorial United Methodist Church and the Director of the Care and Counseling Center. Being a pastor, counselor, coach and author has allowed her to fulfill a primary ministry call which is to assist people in both their life and faith journeys. Besides serving the people both within the church’s congregation and beyond its walls, Cindy’s greatest joy is experiencing life with her family and close friends.

Contact Cindy: [email protected]

Janet Hendley-Granville, The Care And Counseling CenterJanet Hendley-Granville,

Janet is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Georgia. She earned her duel bachelor’s degree in psychology and business from the University of Laverne, California and her Master’s degree in professional counseling, (specializing in marriage and family counseling), from Argosy University.
Janet has provided therapy to families, individuals and groups - primarily using the CBT approach, but is also very comfortable with other therapeutic methods. She is trained and experienced in trauma focused therapy, conflict management, problem solving and life restructuring. Janet is very familiar with DFCS and DJJ procedures and processes, so working between those organizations and affected families is as seamless as possible. Because Janet recognizes that (in most cases) maintaining a healthy lifestyle can contribute to therapy success, she routinely recommends complementary treatment/ action plans to further help her clients.

                                                                Contact Janet: [email protected]

Kwame Frimpong,  CPC 

Kwame earned his master’s degree in marriage and family therapy program at Liberty University in May 2018. He is a Georgia board pastoral certified counselor and sex addiction certified. Kwame’s interest is with sexual (porn) addictions, depression, ADHD, Teens and couples wanting to build a strong Christ centered marriage. He also enjoys working with wives of the sex addicts to help them overcome the trauma and shock of their husband's sexual acting out and repair the relationship.  He is currently pursuing his PhD at Liberty University.  Kwame is excited to join The Care & Counseling Center team as a pre-master’s practicum/intern student under clinical supervision. He has previous experience working with married couples from different cultures, offering premarital counseling and coaching adolescents in a pastoral counseling. Kwame uses solution focused approach, coupled with other therapeutic methods to help his clients.

Contact Kwame: [email protected]

Shellina Jenkins, The Care and Counseling Center

Shellina Jenkins, LPC

Shellina  is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Georgia. She earned her Bachelors of Arts Degree in Psychology with a minor in Sociology from Georgia State University. Shellina attended Fort Valley University for her Graduate program of study; she holds a Master's Degree in Mental Health Counseling with a concentration in Counseling Psychology. Shellina has therapeutic experiences in corrections, drug court & substance abuse. She formerly served in a position of leadership as the Director of Mental Health for one of the largest correctional facilities in Georgia. Shellina's philosophy on behavioral change involves several treatment modalities such as role modeling/teaching to encourage positive thoughts & behaviors.
Shellina offers individual and family counseling to help manage the following conditions: *Substance Abuse *Mood Disorders *Severe and Persistent Mental Illness *Depression *Anxiety Disorders *Suicide Prevention/Intervention *Bipolar Disorder and many more.

Contact Shellina:  770-943-3008 ext 1215.

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