Who We Are
Dr. Candice Cooper-Lovett
PhD, Transpersonal LMFT-S, Certified Life Coach, Sex Therapist, Prepare & Enrich Facilitator and Trainer, Shamanic Tantric, Heartwork & Energy Healer, Founder & CEO
Dr. Cooper-Lovett is a wife and mother who is native of Buffalo, NY. Dr. Cooper-Lovett relocated to Atlanta in 2014 and opened A New Creation Psychotherapy Services in 2015. A licensed marriage and family therapist and sex therapist with a transpersonal psychology and post-traumatic growth perspective, Dr. Cooper-Lovett is also an American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists Clinical Fellow and Approved Supervisor. Additionally, she is a prepare and enrich facilitator and trainer. More recently, Dr. Cooper-Lovett has become a shamanic tantric, heart worker, and energy healer and is looking forward to further healing for individuals and couples if interested in those services you can visit thetantricmft.com.
As for community work in her profession, Dr. Cooper-Lovett is on the advisory board for AAMFT’s Minority Fellowship Program and a reviewer for the journal of interpersonal violence. She is also treasurer of the Anafiel House, a domestic violence organization that assists survivors with resources. Dr. Cooper-Lovett has over 15 years of experience working with individuals, couples, and families. Dr. Cooper-Lovett is also a mental health speaker and has been doing so for almost 20 years. If interested in Dr. Cooper-Lovetts speaking and consultation services you can go to drcooplove.com
Dr. Cooper-Lovett specializes in trauma particularly domestic violence/intimate partner violence (IPV), sexual assault/abuse, that affect individuals, couples, and families. Additionally, she specializes in infidelity recovery, and situational violence between couples as well as sexuality and sexual issues for individuals and couples. She also specializes in women's sexuality and pleasure. Dr. Cooper-Lovett has a focus on post-traumatic growth and transpersonal psychology which is influenced by African tradition and spirituality. These frameworks are embedded in Dr. Cooper-Lovett’s speaking, research, supervision, and clinical work.
**Depending on the day and time, Dr. Cooper-Lovett will be with her little one during the sessions as he is home with her).
Ms. Morgan Offord
BA, Administrative Assistant
Morgan I. Offord works as the administrative assistant for A New Creation. She is originally from Olney, Maryland but now resides in Atlanta, Georgia. In 2019, Morgan graduated from Spelman College with a Bachelor of Arts in psychology. She is now a graduate student at Grand Canyon University pursuing a Master of Science in Clinical and Mental Health Counseling with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy. Morgan has always had a passion for understanding how surrounding relationships impact our overall mental well-being. In the future, Morgan aspires to become a Licensed Professional Marriage and Family Therapist. She is excited to be a part of this amazing team!
Ms. Kyra Anderson
LAMFT, Marriage & Dating Coach, Fitness & Wellness Coach
Kyra Anderson obtained her Bachelors in Psychology from Kennesaw State University and Masters of Family Therapy from Mercer University. Kyra Anderson has experience in working with individuals, couples, and families dealing with behavioral and mental health issues. Her passion includes working with adolescents and young adults, dealing with difficult life transitions, suicide ideation, anxiety, depression, self harm, and stress. She is also passionate about working with couples dealing with sexual issues, communication differences, and infidelity. She is certified in Gottman Level 1 as well as Prepare and Enrich. Her Gottman Level 1 training helps her provide couples with practical tools to reconnect with their partner and create a lasting love. She is committed to helping couples discover the connection and intimacy they love for. The Prepare and Enrich training helps to identify strength areas in couples through assessments and is used for marriage counseling, marriage enrichment, dating couples considering marriage. A special addition to her knowledge as a clinician is that she is also a Certified Personal Trainer and Group Fitness Trainer (ISSA-PT & AFFA-GFI), so she also has the knowledge needed to provide workout plans and education about nutrition for those looking for healthy physical transformation.
She considers herself an authentic and direct therapist. She focuses on breaking down each client's structure and assists in helping the client restructure their system to help meet their goals. In doing so, they will learn to identify and change their perspectives, establish boundaries, and take accountability in their own life. Her purpose as a therapist is to help guide clients to find ways to build a strong foundation that will help to create a more fulfilling life. She is a firm believer in the importance of guidance, support, and building an impactful relationship with each person she works with.
Kyra is currently working under supervision towards her LMFT
Women's Certified Life & Dating Coach,Pre-Marital Counselor
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 to pursue a second graduates’ degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and graduated in 2018. Later, she received her certification as a certified life coach, and certified facilitator for prepare enrich. She holds a doctorate in Counseling and Addiction. Her specialty areas when working with clients are rebuilding self and relationships, confidence, infidelity, and couple's therapy.
Krystal is currently working under supervision towards her LMFT
Ms. Angelia Nalls
Angelia Nalls specializes in strengthening connections between couples, families and businesses. She holds a bachelor's degree in psychology from Duke University and a Master's in Divinity from Emory University’s Candler School of Theology. She also holds a masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from North Central University. 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 addressing the synergy in the relationship there can be a reduced need for medication. By providing a platform for individuals to enter into healthy romantic, platonic or familial relationships she assists clients in achieving positive mental, spiritual and emotional connections. When you wish to use your community resources, relationships and social network to heal from your challenges then allow Angelia Nalls to demonstrate how Marriage and Family therapy can address your dilemma.
Angelia is currently working under supervision towards her LMFT
Mrs. Pamela Mackie
BS, Masters Level Intern in Marriage & Family Therapy
Pamela Mackie is a highly motivated graduate student transitioning extensive retail staffing executive experience into the mental health care discipline as a Marriage and Family Therapist. She has completed 70% of her master-level education at Capella University. She maintains active memberships with the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) and the Pi Chapter Delta Kappa International Marriage and Family Therapy Honor Society. In addition, Pamela Mackie has gained critical experience serving in her church’s Ministry for mental health. She co-facilitates weekly group grief counseling and other mental health seminars, workshops, and events that affect her community’s mental health.
Pamela’s mantra “if not now, then when?” represents her commitment that regardless of age, and life’s circumstances, she would continue to follow her passion and make a way to claim her second act of becoming a healer of mental health.
Pamela’s current focus are working with individuals, couples, and families who find themselves “stuck.” Being stuck can cause stress, anxiety, depression, among other mental and health conditions. Helping clients find joy is optimal for Pamela utilizing Narrative Therapy, Emotional Focused Therapy, and Structural Therapy as an approach towards healing.
Pamela is joining A New Creation Psychotherapy team as a clinical MFT intern working under supervision.