A New Creation Psychotherapy Services LLC

A Place for  Healing, Empowerment, and Transformative Growth 

ANC Team

Meet our Team of Professionals

Candice Cooper-Lovett PhD, LMFT

Owner/Chief Executive Officer/Lead Therapist
Dr. Cooper-Lovett is the owner/CEO, and lead therapist of A New Creation Psychotherapy Services. Dr. Cooper-Lovett received a bachelor’s in psychology from the University at Buffalo. She has a master’s in marriage and family therapy from Syracuse and a Ph.D. in couple’s and family therapy from Drexel University. A licensed marriage and family therapist, and sex therapist, Dr. Cooper-Lovett is an American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists Clinical Fellow and Approved supervisor. Dr. Cooper-Lovett has over ten years of experience working with individuals, couples, and families. 

Ms. Kyrstal Ferrell, MA

MFT Intern/Certified Life Coach
Ms. Ferrell is a Marriage and Family Therapy Intern studying at Northcentral University's Marriage and Family Therapy Program. Krystal M. Ferrell, began pioneering the path to her career in 2009 after graduating from Tuskegee University. She gained a passion for working with other women to make a difference in society.  After graduating with her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, she continued her education and pursued a Master of Arts degree in Child Psychology specializing in Adolescents. Believing that education is the highest art of power, she returned to school again to pursue a second graduates’ degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and later received her certification as a certified life coach. Her  focus areas with working with clients are self esteem, confidence, infidelity, and couple's therapy. 

Miss. Kyra Anderson

Miss Anderson is from the Atlanta, GA area and is currently a college senior at Kennesaw State University and is a Psychology major. Kyra's goal is to pursue her masters degree next fall in marriage and family therapy and also hopes to start a private practice in the future.

Ms. Angelia Nalls, MDiv

MFT Intern

Angelia Nalls is a Marriage and Family student intern at Northcentral University. She holds a bachelors degree from Duke University and a Masters in Divinity from Emory University’s Candler School of Theology. Angelia Nalls believes in the Marriage and Family therapy tenets of viewing problems as the results of interactions between groups, couples and families, believing common mental health diagnosis are a function of the family and that by treating the family there can be a reduced need for medication. She specializes in intense emotional issues that cause disruptions to daily life functioning. These emotional disturbances can typically be exhibited as addiction, grief and relationship conflict. She Additionally, she has in interest in financial family therapy and how money impacts the individual, couple, and family system.