Mindy Pierce
Specializations: Women, Men, Couples, Abuse, Addictions, Anxiety, Depression and Trauma.

Mindy Pierce is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in private practice with GROW Counseling. She received her MA in Counseling Psychology from Indiana Wesleyan University and her BA from Asbury University.

Her clinical experience includes working with men’s and women’s issues; couples with various relationship issues; pornography and infidelity; substance and process addictions; depression; anxiety; grief; OCD; PTSD; personality disorders; parenting stress; and survivors of sexual, physical and emotional abuse, complex trauma, secondary trauma, commercial sexual exploitation and human trafficking. She is also trained in Prepare/Enrich and EMDR (eye movement desensitization reprocessing).

Mindy has led short-term teams and/or facilitated counseling seminars in Mexico, Uganda, Ukraine, and Sri Lanka. She and her husband spent 18 months living in Sri Lanka and working for a post-tsunami recovery project, where she also began her involvement in anti-human trafficking work. Upon returning to the United States, she has worked in a private, residential setting and as a therapist in private practice. Mindy is also married to a first-responder and has a unique understanding of the challenges faced by those working on the front lines of law enforcement, fire and rescue, and emergency medical services.

In 2016, after 14 years of witnessing the restorative impact of healthy, life-giving relationships and the traumatic impact of brokenness around issues related to connection, sex and intimacy, Mindy created STRONGERconnection|cards™, a series of conversation tools designed for proactively building relationships and preventing disconnection. You can learn more at STRONGERconnectioncards.com.

She and her husband live in the Atlanta area and have three children.