Keshara Rosser, LMSW
Keshara Rosser is a passionate and dedicated mental health professional who has significantly impacted the field. She earned her Master of Social Work from the University of Alabama and has since become a Licensed Master Social Worker. During her studies, she completed her internship at the Georgia Center for Child Advocacy as a forensic intern and family advocate. She worked to ensure that non-offending caregivers of children felt supported during the investigation process.
Throughout her career, Keshara has focused on working with adolescents, teens, young adults, and families who struggle with anxiety, depression, and trauma. Her practicum experience with Pathways Transition Program allowed her to conduct outpatient school-based counseling and provided her with valuable experience in helping young people deal with the challenges of school and life transitions.
Keshara specializes in maternal mental health and has extensive experience working with women who struggle with mental health challenges during pregnancy and after childbirth. Her expertise in this area has helped countless women and families navigate the challenges of this life-changing experience.
Keshara's passion for helping others and commitment to providing compassionate care has earned her a reputation as a skilled and dedicated mental health professional. Her work at We Climb Counseling & Consulting LLC has profoundly impacted the lives of many individuals and families in the Atlanta area. She continues to be a driving force in the mental health field.
Avery Rosser, LPC, CPCS
Avery Rosser is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Professional Counselor Supervisor with a wealth of experience in counseling. He holds a Master's degree in Community Counseling from Columbus State University and is currently enrolled in a Ph.D. Counseling Education and Supervision program at the University of Georgia. His status evidences Avery's commitment to professional development as a National Board for Certified Counselor Minority Doctoral Fellow, a recognition of his dedication to advancing his education, skills, and community advocacy efforts.
As a specialist in mood disorders, suicidal ideation, self-harming behaviors, trauma and stress-related disorders, moral injury, anxiety disorders, men's issues, and race-based trauma, Avery has a broad range of experience in helping individuals of all ages and backgrounds overcome their challenges. He has advanced training in several therapeutic modalities, including Collaborative Couples Training, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Advanced Safety Planning Intervention (ASPI), Problem-solving therapy for suicide prevention (PST-SP), and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for suicide prevention (CBT-SP).
Avery's approach to therapy is culturally responsive, recognizing the importance of tailoring treatment to each client's unique needs and experiences. With his extensive experience and advanced training in evidence-based therapeutic techniques, Avery provides compassionate, effective counseling services to help his clients achieve their goals and live fulfilling lives.