Chantea Williams, Ph.D. 

 

Dr. Williams is an Atlanta psychologist who has experience providing individual and couples therapy to adolescents and adults. She also facilitates therapy groups that address relationship issues, anxiety and depression, procrastination and performance anxiety, and culture and identity. 

Originally from Central Florida, Dr. Williams resided in Atlanta for two years to pursue her M.S. from Georgia State University. She then moved to New York City to attend graduate school at Columbia University where she received her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology. Dr. Williams has extensive training in working with people of diverse gender, racial, sexual, and religious identities. She's highly skilled in helping people overcome anxiety, major depression, bipolar mood, relationship difficulty, psychological aspect of health problems, grief, loss, and adjustment and transition in their lives.

Her research focuses on psychophysiology and health psychology, anxiety and depressed mood, adaptive coping, microaggressions, diversity, and cross-cultural competence. She completed her internship at Emory University in Atlanta, GA, before joining the Highland Psych Collaborative in 2014.