About Our Team
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
In 2018, Brittany Hardy founded The Hardy Clinic. Creating The Hardy Clinic is one of Brittany’s most proud accomplishments to date. She believes the best thing about being a therapist is being an integrative part of her clients being able to live more fulfilling lives. As a family therapist, Brittany specializes in providing treatment for anxiety, depression, trauma, family conflict, and other mental health issues. Brittany is an expert in working with young adults, millennials, and black women. Our mission is to provide behavioral health services with integrity with a commitment to healing and growth. We promote wellness, positivity, and honesty to all clients and their families.
Shaunda Jones is a native of Hampton, Virginia but currently resides in Conyers, Georgia. Shaunda started her educational career as a freshman at West Virginia University (WVU) in 1996. She has a Master of Science in Criminal Justice from Saint Leo University and a Master of Science in Clinical Psychology from Capella University. Shaunda has experience working as an adjunct professor, in-home counselor, school-based mental health therapist, trainer, and project coordinator. She currently serves as a Lead Therapist at a local psychiatric hospital, where she also served as the interim Clinical Director of the Social Services department. Shaunda has a passion for trauma and forensic psychology. That passion is fueled for females in particular and young adults.
Kiana Green is a Licensed Master Social Worker from Oakland, California. She received her Master of Social Work from the University of South Carolina. Kiana is a certified Project Best Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapist. This certification requires extensive training for therapists to support children and adolescents who have experienced various types of trauma. Kiana has experience working with children, adolescents, and young adults. Kiana has worked as a therapist in various settings including the hospitals and the school system. Kiana’s believes it is her job is to help individuals generate creative and realistic solutions to problem areas in life while providing support and optimal empowerment.
Originally from Little Rock, Arkansas Candace’s family moved to Georgia when she was in high school. As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Candace Williams has taken pride in being a good friend and listener. This motto has been implemented daily into her practice. She is a graduate of Clayton State University with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Human Services, and Northcentral University with a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy. Whether you are facing anxiety, depression, or life transitions she wants you to know you are not alone. The main objective is to implement both an empathetic and nonjudgmental atmosphere. Candace uses systemic therapy as she doesn’t aim to treat a problem but the system underlying it. She has experience working with individual and family therapy, children, adolescents, as well as adults with various matters from behavioral problems to family issues.
Nycole Key is a 1st year Master of Social Work student at the University of Georgia. After obtaining her Bachelors of Science in Sociology from Georgia Southern University in 2017, she transitioned into education through Teach for America’s Jacksonville Branch. Her time in the education field solidified her desire to treat the whole individual and their community, so she moved back to Atlanta to begin her MSW program. Nycole’s ultimate goal is open her own Marriage and Family Therapy practice in Southwest Atlanta, so she can give back to the community that helped to mold her.