Nechemyah D. Sullivan, M.S., LPC, NCC, ECMHC
Nechemyah D. Sullivan, M.S., LPC, NCC, ECMHC, is a native of Baltimore, Maryland who resides in Atlanta, GA. He is a licensed clinical psychotherapist in the State of Georgia, certified in childhood mental health, pastoral counseling, and is nationally certified counselor in the United States with over 14 years of experience in the mental health field. Nechemyah has expertise knowledge and experience in child, adolescent, and family mental health, substance abuse treatment, couples and group therapies. He has experience in providing mental health consultation services to community-based organizations serving LGBT populations with HIV, substance use, and mental health needs in Atlanta. Nechemyah has served as an internship/site clinical supervisor for counseling students at Loyola University of Maryland, Argosy University (Atlanta Campus), Mercer University (Atlanta), and social work students at Clark-Atlanta University School of Social Work, University of Southern California School of Social Work.
Nechemyah has worked as a therapist within a group practice and in a private practice. He has served in many capacities in the mental health field as Therapist, Consultant, Manager, Coordinator, and Director in Baltimore, Maryland. His tenure in Atlanta has allowed him to be Chief Operations Officer of a for profit mental health outpatient agency in 13 counties in Georgia and later a Chief Executive Officer of a non-profit outpatient and in-home mental health company in 15 counties in Georgia. Mental Health is a second major career move and passion for Nechemyah as he is a former American sign language interpreter for religious organizations and city municipalities and a former elementary and middle School teacher with 8 years of service.