About

Founded by Dr. Britney Turk, Mountainview Counseling aims to bring exceptional mental health services to the community based upon current psychological research and most importantly an empathetic, healing approach. Our goal is to help you on your journey of personal growth and emotional health. In counseling, we come along side you in a collaborative, deeply personal problem-solving process to guide you toward positive change. Counseling is helpful for a variety of problems such as life stressors and transitions, past or current trauma, relational problems, anxiety, depression, and behavioral change. Additionally, counseling is a unique experience and a relationship that will provide you a positive environment to discuss change and your challenges safe from judgment or consequences. Please explore our services and let us know how we can best serve you and your needs. 

Dr. Turk, Owner and Clinical Director

Originally from Aiken, South Carolina, Dr. Turk is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Georgia and is experienced in working with behavioral and mood problems such as depression, relationship issues, life transitions and stressors, anxiety, substance abuse, ADHD, child or adolescent issues, trauma, and anger management. Dr. Turk is certified in HeartMath® biofeedback, a physiologically based treatment for a variety of mental health and medical problems, dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), an intervention that targets emotional dysregulation, and also holds certification as an integrative mental health professional (CIMHP). Dr. Turk is also trained in Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART), an effective eye movement therapy developed from EMDR. In this evidence-based intervention, clients are able to process distressing or traumatic experiences without verbally explaining details of the event to the clinician. Positive results can be achieved in a minimum of 3-5 sessions with ART!

Dr. Turk is also a nationally board certified counselor (NCC) and utilizes an integrative approach to counseling based upon her client’s needs. Dr. Turk’s strategies can help balance the mind and body and find a solution that works for you to help you reach your goals.

You can email Dr. Turk for information about her services at drturk@mountainviewcounseling.net.

Education & Training

Dr. Turk holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from the University of North Florida in Jacksonville, Florida, a Master of Science degree in Clinical Counseling Psychology from Brenau University in Gainesville, Georgia, and a PhD in Psychology with a concentration in Mental Health Practice and Policy from Northcentral University in La Jolla, California. Dr. Turk completed her practicum and internship experiences at The Brenau Center for Counseling and Psychological Services, a community mental health clinic which offers individual, family, and couples therapy, and Creation Counseling, a private practice which offers individual and group services for court-mandated clients with addiction, anger management, and other mental health concerns. Dr. Turk completed her post-masters clinical experience at Chattahoochee Child Psychology, specializing in work with children and adolescents, and received further training at the Brain Science Center, an organization specializing in brain-based therapeutics including neurofeedback and biofeedback. 

Service

Dr. Turk teaches graduate counseling psychology at Yorkville University as an adjunct instructor. She has served the community as a mental health consultant in Hall County for Ninth District Opportunity’s Head Start program and sat on the Licensed Professional Counselor Association of Georgia’s Board of Directors for three years (2019-2022). Dr. Turk is a HeartMath® Certified Trainer for the Resilience Advantage Program. If you are interested in bringing this training to your organization or would like to learn more about HeartMath®, please contact Mountainview Counseling!

Check out Dr. Turk’s recent interview with Dr. Kelli Ritter about the benefits of HeartMath biofeedback: (video) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4jIspK9l5hY; (audio) https://anchor.fm/kelli-ritter/episodes/Finding-Coherence-by-Using-HeartMath-with-Dr–Britney-Turk-e1f813d/a-a7h2fo2 

Meet Our Associates

Laura Aiken, MS, LAPC

Born and raised in Gainesville, GA, Laura Aiken is an Associate Professional Counselor in the state of Georgia. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology from the University of Georgia and a Masters of Science degree in Clinical Counseling Psychology from Brenau University. She is currently working towards a second Master of Science degree from the University of North Georgia in Criminal Justice. 

Laura utilizes a holistic approach to counseling, integrating several approaches including DBT, motivational interviewing, solution-focused techniques as well as music, art, and nature. Laura provides individual services for adolescents and adults. 

She has experience working with addiction, trauma, and other concerns such as depression, anxiety, ADHD, and anger management. Her previous work and internship experience include ten years at a residential recovery center for substance abuse for women as well as working with the school system and the Department of Family and Children Services (DFCS). Her goal is to help clients achieve balance and find joy in their lives.

Laura is under the supervision of Anjana Freeman, LPC, CPCS, and the direction of Britney Turk, PhD, LPC. She is currently taking new clients in-person and via telehealth (case by case basis for telehealth).

You can email Ms. Aiken for information about her services at     laiken@mountainviewcounseling.net.

Laura

LeKeisha Jones, MS

LeKeisha Jones, MS is a masters-level counselor and certified sex educator from Saint Paul, Minnesota and has been in Georgia since 1999. LeKeisha holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, summa cum laude, from Ashford University and is a graduate from Brenau University with a Master of Science in Clinical Counseling Psychology. While at Brenau University, she was a Services for Transitioning Age Youth (STAY) Fellow with the American Psychological Association’s (APA) Minority Fellowship Program. Her internship experiences included counseling youth in the foster care system and adults in recovery from substance abuse and chemical dependency.

LeKeisha’s clinical sex education and holistic background combined with her mental health training allows her to currently treat clients seeking to explore their identity, heal sexual dysfunction or trauma, and couples who want to reignite passion and intimacy in their relationship. LeKeisha also counsels individuals and couples in recovery for substance abuse, addiction, and behavioral addiction. LeKeisha uses various cognitive behavioral, psychodynamic, and relational/systems techniques and interventions for treatment.  You may be someone who may have questions you are afraid to ask anyone else. You may have secrets you are too ashamed to tell anyone, but can no longer hold in. You may have skeletons in your closet that you are ready to clean out. LeKeisha’s office is open to anyone who is motivated to heal their life. 

LeKeisha has been featured on multiple shows as the guest “sexpert” on “Joyce Littel’s Love and Relationships” radio program on WAOK 1380am with Amanda Cooper in Atlanta. She has traveled in various parts of the United States conducting workshops on sexual wellness and healing for couples and individuals.

LeKeisha is under the supervision of Bonnie Lockwood, LPC, CPCS. LeKeisha is under the direction of Britney Turk, PhD, LPC. She is currently taking new clients both in-person and via telehealth.

You can email Ms. Jones for information about her services at ljones@mountainviewcounseling.net.

Brie Hill, MS

Born and raised in South Louisiana, Brie Hill moved to Georgia in 2020 to obtain her Master’s degree in Clinical Counseling Psychology from Brenau University. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Pre-Law from Nicholls State University. Brie completed her practicum and internship experiences at Grady Behavioral Hospital and HopeBound.

Brie has experience working with ADHD, depression, anxiety, anger management, and psychosis. She provides both individual and group psychotherapy services to children, adolescents, and adults experiencing mood or behavioral problems.

Her therapeutic approach incorporates a combination of cognitive therapy, mindfulness, and acceptance based techniques to assist her clients in identifying how thoughts, feelings, and beliefs influence their behaviors in an empathetic, non-judgmental approach. Her specialties are treating the whole person with consideration to culture, family, and communal variables. Brie’s goal is to help clients gain a better understanding of themselves, achieve balance, and be the best version of themselves through self exploration and healing.

 

Brie is under the supervision of Tara Overzat, PhD, LPC, ACS and the direction of Britney Turk, PhD, LPC. She is currently taking new clients both in person and via telehealth.

You can email Ms. Hill for information about her services at bhill@mountainviewcounseling.net.

Kaleigh Camp, MS

Kaleigh Camp is a master’s level clinician born and raised in Georgia. She holds an associate’s and bachelor’s degree in psychology. She graduated with a Master of Science in Clinical Counseling Psychology from Brenau University. Kaleigh interned at Grady Behavioral Health and South Hall Middle School. These experiences involved working with a variety of individuals coming from various backgrounds. At Grady, she performed individual therapy and led groups on women’s trauma, supportive counseling, DBT, and exercise. At South Hall Middle School she performed individual counseling with students as needed. 

She utilizes a holistic approach tailored to the individual and their needs. This approach may involve Person-Centered Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). She provides services to adolescents and adults. She has experience working with trauma, anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorder.

Kaleigh’s goal is to help her clients define and work towards goals to improve their quality of life. She meets every client where they prefer to be met and creates steps side by side to achieve the goals one brings to therapy.

She is under the supervision of Tara Overzat, PhD, LPC, ACS and the direction of Britney Turk, PhD, LPC. She is currently taking new clients both in person and via telehealth.

You can email Mrs. Camp for information about her services at kcamp@mountainviewcounseling.net.