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Ansley Mayson

Clinical Fellow


Ansley completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Georgia, where her interest in understanding people and their thought processes led her to pursue a degree in Advertising. Following her graduation, Ansley entered the professional world, working at an agency where she managed client relationships and strategic projects. As time passed, Ansley found herself increasingly drawn toward the interpersonal facets of her role, prompting her decision to pursue graduate training in counseling.


During her graduate studies, Ansley gained valuable clinical experience at an eating disorder treatment center, working across various levels of care. Additionally, Ansley has provided counseling services to clients presenting a variety of concerns in a private practice setting at her school's counseling center. Having received specialized training in Marriage and Family therapy, Ansley acknowledges the profound impact relationships have on our well-being. With curiosity and compassion, she endeavors to meet clients in the depths of their pain, seeking to provide a nurturing environment where they can move toward freedom and healing.



If you would like to connect, schedule an appointment, or have any questions, you can reach Ansley at



  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Trauma

  • Grief & Loss

  • Eating Disorders & Disordered Eating

  • Relationship Issues

  • Family of Origin Challenges

  • Codependency

  • Spirituality

  • Identity & Self Esteem




MS, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Richmont Graduate University

BA, Advertising, University of Georgia



Certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy

Certified PREPARE/ENRICH Relationship Assessment Facilitator



Veritas Collaborative 2023-2024

Hope Counseling Center 2023-2024


Hobbies: Ansley enjoys reading, writing, cooking and spending time outside with family and friends.


Ansley is under the supervision of Anne Marie Dine, LPC, CPCS, MAC, CEDS-S.

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