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Psychotherapy and Wellness Services 


A letter from the owner...

Well hello, it’s so good to meet you. I’m Jenae, a licensed clinical social worker, mental health advocate and owner of Living Intentionally to Transform. With my love for athletics, mental health and social work, Living Intentionally to Transform was birthed. The idea for LITT came to me around 2013 and I spent years nurturing it before launching in 2019 to provide mental health services to athletes, adolescents, college students and adults. Since then, LITT has expanded to now offer services from multiple clinicians specializing in various populations including mothers, women, and children. Living Intentionally to Transform was given its name because of my belief that intentional actions produce transformation for those who are willing to do the work. Services are provided via telehealth throughout the states of Georgia and Alabama.

Regardless of age, life has a way of knocking us down; grace has a way of picking us up. Whether you are a college athlete, high school student or a working mother; the same is true for us all. Often, we feel as though our struggles are foreign to anyone else; that no one will understand and that we are what we go through. It doesn’t have to be that way. It is my ultimate desire for those who participate in LITT services to leave feeling confident, aware and committed to living intentionally in who they are called to be in life and/or their sport. Thank you for trusting us to go on this journey with you. We're excited, are you?

Talk Soon, 

Jenae Ingram, LCSW 


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Here's what we provide

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Individual Therapy

Ideal for anyone desiring to work through traumas, difficult circumstances, life changes/adjustments, anxiety, anger management, etc. Therapy is also beneficial in learning & applying effective coping skills. 

Support Groups

Ideal for athletes desiring support as they sort through and deal with their mental health. Groups are peer-led with a professional group facilitator.


Workshops cover an array of topics related to mental health and faith.

Workshops have proven to be beneficial in helping curb the stigma of mental health and educate athletes on how to identify their mental health needs, changes within themselves or others and how to properly care for their whole being. 


Training's are carefully created to provide participants with knowledge and an understanding of how mental health and athletic performance directly correlate. Training's will help coaches, parents, trainers and the like to identify concerning behaviors in athletes and help improve the coach-player dynamic. 

Family/ Couple's Therapy

Ideal to work through difficult family or couple conflicts including struggles with communication, differences in opinion, life changes, disconnection etc. 

Christian ministry small groups

Coming soon

Words that matter

"There's no stigma in being well. Be intentional. Prioritize your well-being today. 

— Jenae Ingram

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