The Pastoral Counseling Service
Confidentially serving Peachtree Road and the greater Atlanta community
The Pastoral Counseling Service has been a ministry of Peachtree Road United Methodist Church since 1974. Our counseling center provides a wide range of individual, couple, children, and family counseling for both church members and the greater Atlanta community.
Academically trained and clinically licensed therapists staff the Pastoral Counseling Service. The positive reputation of this service, the confidentiality of issues, and the private physical location within the church have established the Pastoral Counseling Service as a successful and unique practice in this area.
Ron Greer and Andrea DeWalt are seasoned therapists at the Pastoral Counseling Service, bringing the diversity needed for an inclusive counseling center.
You may make an appointment with Ron Greer or Andrea Dewalt by contacting Heather Hart at (404) 240-8219 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ronald J. Greer, Th.m.
Director & Counselor
Ron Greer, Director, has been with the Pastoral Counseling Service for over thirty years. He is a Fellow of the American Association of Pastoral Counselors, a Clinical Fellow of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, and licensed by the State of Georgia as a Marriage and Family Therapist.
He received his Master of Divinity from the Candler School of Theology at Emory University and a Th. M. in pastoral counseling from Columbia Theological Seminary.
Ron is the author of five books:
- The Quiet House
- The Path of Compassion
- If You Know Who You Are, You’ll Know What To Do – Living with Integrity
- Now That They Are Grown – Successfully Parenting Your Adult Children
- Markings on the Windowsill – A Book About Grief That’s Really About Hope
For more information, please visit ronaldjgreer.com.
Andrea S. Dewalt, Ph.D.
Psychologist & Counselor
Andrea DeWalt, Ph. D., is a licensed psychologist and has worked extensively in the field for the past twenty years. She has been an affiliate therapist with the Pastoral Counseling Service since 2009 before joining as a full-time psychologist in 2012.
She received her Doctorate in Educational Psychology in 1999 from the University of Georgia. She also has her M. Ed. from Radford University and a B. S. from Virginia Tech, both in Psychology.
In addition to the school setting, Andrea received training in the clinical field in a day treatment center in Houston, Texas.
She has been working with families, children, and adults to offer a full range of services, including academic assessment, as well as individual, couples, and family therapy for children, adolescents, and adults.