Life can be exhausting, Refuel wants to help.
Refuel Counseling is a space where you can work on being the best version of you as you navigate life's circumstances.
MEET THE TEAM
WHO WE ARE
Certified Professional Counselor Supervisor
Completed Level 1 Training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy
Owner of Refuel Counseling, LLC
Rachel has been a Licensed Professional Counselor since 2008. She graduated from Georgia State in 2005 with her Masters in Professional Counseling. For the last 21 years she worked with North Point Ministries and was a Director in the Care Network. Rachel currently works with men, women and couples navigating a difficult season in life including; boundary issues, divorce/separation, marriage, anxiety, step-family, self-worth, co-dependency, co-parenting, life transitions, time-management, pre-marital, forgiveness and grief.
On a personal note, Rachel has 2 teenagers and lives in Forsyth County. After 13 years of marriage, Rachel navigated through a difficult and devastating divorce. In the midst of heartbreaking brokenness, Rachel's faith in God strengthened as she trusted in His grace and promises. Rachel is now happily remarried.
Please contact Rachel at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Since 2016 Max has counseled in both a school-based setting working with children and adolescents, and in an agency setting working with people of all ages. Max has helped clients address many concerns related to: ADHD, high functioning Autism, anxiety, depression, self-harm/suicide, anger management, addiction, relationship counseling, bullying, self-esteem, and career counseling. Max counsels largely from a Cognitive Behavioral and Person-Centered Therapy orientation and also offers Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT).
Max graduated from Regent University with a Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and is a Licensed Professional Counselor.
To refuel Max likes to read, bicycle, attend concerts, spend time with family, volunteer at church, and play either his acoustic or bass guitars.
Please contact Max at: email@example.com
Associate Professional Counselor
Andrea graduated from Truett McConnell University with her Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She is a graduate of Auburn University with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Activity & Health. With a holistic view of health, Andrea’s passion is to help reveal barriers that are keeping people from becoming who they are created to be with a goal of wholeness rather than perfection. Andrea believes that an important aspect of counseling and lasting change, is incorporating faith into the work in and outside of counseling. Andrea focuses on increasing a client’s awareness and understanding of their barriers, offering tools and insights designed to break down those barriers. Andrea has experience helping client’s address issues such as: anxiety, grief, bereavement, life transitions, OCD, spiritual formation, identity and worth, as well as relational issues. In her free time, Andrea refuels by spending time hiking and camping with her husband, traveling, delighting in good food and coffee, investing in friends, and enjoying time outside.
Please contact Andrea at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Andrew graduated from Auburn University with a Bachelor Degree in Communication and a Minor in Leadership Development. He is currently finishing his Masters Degree in Professional Counseling from Truett-McConnell University. For the past ten years, Andrew has worked in ministry at various churches and currently works on staff with North Point Ministries. Andrew wants to help others discover a life of purpose through the lens of a Christian worldview. He has helped men (high school students through adults) navigate the challenges of life in a healthy manner. He helps client’s address issues such as: performance, identity, discipleship, and relationship counseling.
Please contact Andrew at: Andrew@refuelcounseling.com
Under the Supervision of Rachel Menzoian
Lindsey graduated from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and a minor in Sociology. She is currently finishing her Masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of North Georgia. Lindsey has a passion for working with individuals and couples experiencing difficult life situations including financial strain and parenting struggles. She has a heart for women navigating postpartum issues such as anxiety, depression, and loss of identity. Lindsey refuels by spending time with her husband and 3 children, baking sweet treats, volunteering at church, and watching her favorite show on repeat.
Please contact Lindsey at: email@example.com
Under the Supervision of Rachel Menzoian
Marina graduated from the University of North Georgia with a Bachelor's degree in Interdisciplinary Studies concentrating in Social Sciences and Health and Human Services. She is currently finishing her Masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Liberty University. Marina is passionate about working with the next generation and has spent the past three years working with preschool through high school-aged students in ministry settings. Marina has a heart for helping people gain perspective and renewed confidence. Marina refuels by spending time outdoors with her husband, traveling to visit her siblings, and enjoying a good coffee shop.
Please contact Marina at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Megan graduated from Truett McConnell University with a bachelor degree in psychology. She is currently finishing her Master of Arts of Professional Counseling. Megan’s passion is to help young adults, women, and families who are experiencing trauma, codependency, or boundary issues. She believes that through appropriate counseling techniques bolstered by the power of prayer, a person can find healing and restoration. Megan refuels by working out and spending time with her husband hiking, or taking road trips through the mountains experiencing God’s breathtaking creation.
Please contact Megan at: email@example.com
Our goal is to provide our services in a way we would want for ourselves, our family and our friends. When you walk through our doors, you will feel welcomed, connected, heard and valued.
YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED
WHAT FORM OF PAYMENT DOES REFUEL COUNSELING TAKE?
Refuel Counseling accepts cash, check, Venmo, Paypal, credit card and HSA cards. Payment is due at the time of services.
DOES REFUEL ACCEPT INSURANCE?
We do not accept insurance. However, we can provide you with a superbill which is a detailed receipt that you can submit to your insurance for possible reimbursement.
HOW MUCH DOES REFUEL COUNSELING CHARGE FOR SERVICES?
$150 for individuals/ $165 for couples with Rachel
$150 for individuals with Max
$125 for individuals with Andrea
$100 for individuals with Andrew and Megan
$75 for individuals with Lindsey and Marina
WHERE IS REFUEL COUNSELING LOCATED?
We are located in Cumming, off exit 13 of 400. 2450 Atlanta Highway, Building 502.
IS REFUEL CURRENTLY ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS?
Yes, please contact us to set up an appointment. We are meeting with clients online or safely in person.
DOES REFUEL OFFER VIRTUAL COUNSELING SESSIONS?
Yes! We offer virtual services, which allows you to engage in counseling from the comfort of your own space. This also give us the opportunity to work with clients located outside of our area. Virtual sessions are done through a secure and confidential link.
"Let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us."