Joshua Simpson

Licensed Associate Professional Counselor

Believe it or not, we are much alike. And yes, some things make us different, but there is one main origin we both share and that’s what connects us and even brings you to this moment, and that is THE DESIRE TO HEAL!


An environment where you can heal is essential to development and growth. And when I talk about healing, I am talking about HEALING the WHOLE YOU! You aren’t just experiencing life from one dimension all of you experience the effects of life. My goal for you is to heal and evolve mentally, emotionally, spiritually, and physically.


You are not alone and your days of presenting as strong while crumbling inside can come to an end.


As a black male therapist, I understand the unique struggles you may be facing with feeling like the odds are stacked against you.

I invite you to tell that! 

As a faith leader, I understand how important religion and/ or spirituality help you cope with adverse challenges.

I invite you to express that!

As a person of faith, I understand how church experiences can hurt us more than help us in moments we need it.

I invite you to release that!

As a Woman’s Right Ally, I can imagine the challenges of expressing vulnerability in a world where vulnerability and femininity are seen as weaknesses.

I invite you to empower that! 


I may not know your exact story, just yet. I may never know how difficult life has been for you. But what I do know is that on the other side of pain and discomfort is healing and transformation.


Training & Certifications

Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling- Clark Atlanta University
Ph.D. Counselor Education and Supervision (tentative 2026)
Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC)

Areas of Focus

Christian Spirituality: religious/spiritual trauma, spiritual leadership fatigue & burn out

Trauma & Stress related issues: anxiety, depression, body dysmorphia, negative body image, grief

Women’s issues: life transitions, patriarchal and systemic oppression

Black Men’s Issues: racism & oppression, identity issues, depression, anxiety, life crisis

Teenage life experiences: identity issues, depression, anxiety, bullying and social pressure

Therapy Modalities

Cognitive Behavioral therapy

*Under Supervision of Victoria Hicks, LMFT, LPC, CPCS

Reach out today at (404) 669-6633 or email at to schedule with me!
Josh is currently accepting ONLINE only clients in Georgia!