We had the good fortune of connecting with Bryan STEPHENS, LPC and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Bryan, how does your business help the community?
My goal is to provide the best mental health services to the people in my community, as well as around the world. My business strives to help people deal with their mental ailments , while simultaneously displaying the highest level of respect for each client. The use of elemental health also affords me to he opportunity to reach more people in various locations.
Alright, so for those in our community who might not be familiar with your business, can you tell us more?
I am a mental health counselor, with my own private practice. I am excited to have the opportunity to serve the public by providing family and individual therapy. Getting to this point in my career wasn’t easy, but it has been rewarding.
If you had a friend visiting you, what are some of the local spots you’d want to take them around to?
I would take them to The Atlanta University Center, The historic Kirkwood Community, Atlantic Station and the MLK center
Who else deserves some credit and recognition?
I would first like to thank my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ; without whom I would not be able to be the successful man that I am today. I thank You Jesus for being everything. To my Mother Cordelia Stephens, who has been a constant source of inspiration as well a shining example of what faith in God can do! I love you eternally. To my siblings Shannon Thompson and Pastor Datonja Stanley, I am truly thankful for your love and support. To my Aunt Catherine Thomas, who has always been more like a second mother to me, I am grateful for your wisdom and guidance throughout my life. To my best friend Larry Mcolley, words can’t express the depth of my appreciation for your friendship. To my brother from another mother Reverend Timothy Cook, you have always been there in times of need. Thank You. To Kirk Maddox (RIP), I thank you for the kindness and love you bestowed to me during your pilgrimage here on earth, I can’t wait to see you again in the presences of our heavenly Father. To Bishop Elsie Stinson (RIP), The greatest Christian that I have ever known; I am truly honored to have known you, and to have been a willing pupil of yours. To the light of my life, Kristen McNeil, I feel totally blessed for God allowing you into my life. To dear old Morris Brown College, I thank you for giving me the chance to further my education, as well as for helping me to mature into a proud African-American man while during my tenure as a student there. Morris Brown is back! GO Wolverines! Bryan Stephens, LPC, cam-I, CEO The People of Promise Psychological services
544 Medlock Rd, Decatur, GA 30030 suite 207 678-964-1868