Our team helps people of all ages and stages navigate life's challenges.
Lighthouse Counseling of Newnan, GA is a Christian Counseling Center that seeks to help people deal with life’s stressors. Our experienced psychologists and counselors provide professional and compassionate care to children, adolescents, families, couples, and individuals. While our core beliefs are Christian, we are open to helping people of all faiths and do not impose our beliefs on our clients.
We are on most major insurance panels, including United Healthcare, Cigna, Blue Cross Blue Shield of GA, Medicaid, Wellcare, Amerigroup, and Peachstate. Please call us to see if your therapist is in-network for your insurance company.
Meet the Lighthouse Counseling Team
Kim Alford, M.Ed, CCC-SLP
Lighthouse Counseling Center, PC offers Speech Therapy for adults! Kim Alford, M.Ed, CCC-SLP accepts Adult Patients! She is skilled in treating adults with apraxia, swallowing, aphasia, and voice disorders! Kim also accepts Medicare, Medicaid, Blue Cross Blue Shield, and United HealthCare. Her sessions are conducted in-person! Call today for more information!
Monica Bell-Callahan, MA, LPC, NCC
Licensed Professional Counselor
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor who is a National Certified Counselor. It’s my mission to be a vessel for God in helping hurting people. I have a Masters's Degree in Professional Counseling from Richmont Graduate University, 2010 and a Bachelor's degree in Business from Tiffin University, 1994. I enjoy working with individual adults dealing with Bipolar Disorder and other mood disorders, family issues, anxiety, depression, childhood traumas, PTSD, grief, and women issues. It is my pleasure to assist clients in learning how to live their best life while liberating themselves from the issues/challenges of life.
Sandi Jackson, MA, LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor
I am a Colorado native who has just recently moved to Georgia to be closer to my children and grandchildren. My husband and I served in full-time ministry together for over 40 years. I returned to school in 2010, earning a Masters's degree in Clinical Counseling from Denver Seminary. After working for three years at a facility for at-risk youth, I counseled families and youth privately. God placed a calling on my life when I was a youth to help others, especially the vulnerable that may not be able to help themselves. My passion is working with children and adults who have been affected by trauma and abuse. I have a love for animals and frequently involve horses in my counseling. I am a certified Equine Gestalt Coach.
Sandy Wilson, Ph.D.
Dr. Sandy Wilson is a Licensed Psychologist as well as a Certified School Psychologist and has been in practice since the year 2000. She earned her Bachelors's degree from Union University in Jackson, Tennessee and her Masters and Doctorate of Philosophy degrees from The University of Tennessee in Knoxville. After working 14 years for the Carroll County School System she joined the private practice at Lighthouse. Her areas of expertise include working with children of all ages and their parents/guardians on issues such as behavioral concerns, adjustment, anger, fearfulness/anxiety, sadness/depression, ADHD, learning problems, as well as Autism/Asperger’s, and identifying parenting strategies that work. Helping children learn emotional skills for life and giving families tools to achieve more peace and calm at home is the focus of her practice. If you are concerned about your child, contact Dr. Wilson for a consultation today.
Sarah Lyle, Ph.D.
Dr. Lyle works with adult clients with a wide range of concerns, including depression, anxiety, and trauma. She completed her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Auburn University in 2016 and has been a Licensed Psychologist in Georgia since 2018. Dr. Lyle completed her internship at Tuscaloosa VA Medical Center, where she was trained to provide two gold-standard treatments for Post-Traumatic Stress: Prolonged Exposure (PE) and Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT). She has experience working with survivors of multiple types of trauma, including combat-related, sexual assault, traumatic grief/loss, and natural disasters.
Dr. Lyle’s approach to therapy is individualized and client-centered, integrating theoretical orientations such as Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT), and Humanistic Psychology. She enjoys working with a diverse group of individual therapy clients—helping those individuals to build on existing strengths and skills.
Tom Freeman, Psy.D.
I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who has been practicing in Newnan since 1991. I enjoy working with children, adults, and couples. My philosophy is to help people challenge their fears and move beyond their obstacles. I have a special concern for children and families experiencing a divorce. A significant part of my practice has been helping families deal with this transition. I help divorcing parents develop a parenting plan that addresses the needs of each family member. I also conduct psychological evaluations for bariatric surgery. I earned my clinical psychology degree from Argosy University in 1995. I earned a Certificate in Christian Counseling from the Psychological Studies Institute in 1991 where I learned to integrate psychology and Christianity. As a University of Georgia graduate, I am a big Georgia Bulldog fan.
Richard Forde, LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor
Richard Forde is a Masters level, Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Georgia. Mr. Forde specializes in working with adult individuals who are dealing with Emotional, Relational and Spiritual issues. These “issues” may include: Depression, Anxiety, Relationship issues, Grief, Sexual Addiction, and Challenging Life Transitions. Mr. Forde grew up in South Africa and after completing a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology (1989), he went to Dallas Texas to attend Bible school at Christ for the Nations Institute (1991). Mr. Forde graduated from Georgia State University with a Masters Degree in Counseling (1996). He also attended Richmont Graduate University and received a Diploma in Christian Counseling concurrently (1996). Upon graduation, Mr. Forde worked as a counselor for an inpatient psychiatric hospital program (Rapha) for five years. During this time he was licensed as a Professional Counselor in the State of Georgia. He has worked in private practice and church settings providing counseling services since 2000.