Chloe` Cook is from Jackson, MS and has a BS in Accounting from Jackson State University. After a successful, but unfulfilling career as an accountant, Chloe` decided to follow her life's purpose and passion to become a psychotherapist. She received her Master's Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Capella University and began practicing in Atlanta, GA in 2014. Chloe` just recently completed her residency in Marriage and Family Therapy in Virginia and will soon be licensed in VA and GA, pending board approval.
Chloe` helps individuals (11 & up) and couples with relationship/family issues (trust, infidelity, communication, etc.), LGBTQA concerns, anxiety, depression, life transitions, and addiction recovery. Chloe` specializes in her work with couples and is in process of completing additional training in sex and intimacy related issues for women and men, such as: unmatched/low desire, non-conventional relationships and sexuality, erectile dysfunction, early/delayed ejaculation, orgasm difficulties, performance anxiety, orientation and gender expression.
Chloe` takes an integrative, strength-based approach to meet the needs of her clients' lifestyles, experiences and backgrounds. She incorporates motivational interviewing with emotionally-focused, solution-focused, narrative, cognitive behavioral, and art therapy approaches; while also pulling from other evidenced based and culturally sensitive therapy interventions.
Chloe`'s goal is to create an authentic therapeutic relationship, so that her clients feel safe, comfortable and motivated while reaching their goals in therapy and to ultimately live a balanced, healthy, and fulfilling life.