Michael “Macon” Mills received his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Master’s degree in Professional Counseling and Clinical Mental Health from the University of West Georgia. Macon completed his internship at Willowbrooke at Tanner. He facilitated substance abuse groups in the Regain program as well as expressive art, coping skills, and process groups with child and adolescent groups. Macon has utilized Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Psychoeducation, and Expressive techniques for trauma and substance abuse.
Macon previously worked in a community agency setting. During this time, he worked with clients who experience substance use, anxiety, depression, identity concerns, self-harm concerns, and trauma. Macon works with teens and adults.
Macon uses person-centered therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy as the basis for his work with clients as he tailors treatment to center around each individual and their specific behaviors. He works to build rapport with clients by taking the time to genuinely get to know them while also creating a judgment-free environment.
His areas of focus/specializations:
Addictions – Substance, alcohol, gambling, trading
Men’s Issues – career, family, identity, self-confidence, anger, depression, anxiety
Veterans – PTSD, substance use/abuse, re-entry, family, identity, depression
Teen/Young Adults – confidence, self esteem, self-harm, anxiety, artistic expression, depression, identity
Michael Macon Mills is an Associate Professional Counselor. He prefers to use his middle name, “Macon”. He is currently under the supervision of Adam Glendye, LPC, CPCS.