LeNaya S Crawford, LMFT, RPT, RYT- The Holistic MFT

LeNaya is the owner and Clinical director of Kaleidoscope Family Therapy.

LeNaya is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Registered Play Therapist, who earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Spelman College and her Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy with specializations in Trauma Therapy and Child and Adolescent Therapy.

In addition to her degrees, she is a Gottman trained couples therapist, registered yoga teacher (RYT-200), certified sound and meditation guide, media contributor and public speaker.

With over 10 years of experience, LeNaya is passionate about helping people foster a deeper mind, body and soul connection on their path to healing and purpose. She specializes in working with women, couples, and families with a variety of challenges, including anxiety, depression, ADHD, attachment, social skills, relationship issues, grief and loss, /life transitions, divorce, identity and self-esteem.

 LeNaya takes a holistic and collaborative approach, incorporating the mind + body + soul connection. She believes that her clients have the power to learn and grow; she is there to aid and encourage them along the way.  LeNaya uses fun and unique strategies to help her clients become invested in the concepts she is teaching and helps them create reminders to implement the concepts and strategies outside of therapy.

She incorporates play, art, mindfulness, sound, yoga and movement, helping clients work through their challenges more effectively at their own pace while emphasizing their strengths.

LeNaya is a featured mental health expert for the Huffington Post, Health line, Ask men and Daily motion and more.



Branden Crawford, CLC, UXD 

Branden  is the Co- owner and Marketing Director of Kaleidoscope Family Therapy.

Branden is a Certified Life Coach and User Experience Designer, who attended Morehouse College for a degree in Business Marketing. In addition to his certifications, Branden is a Cognitive behaviorally trained life coach, brand strategist, yogi, and mentor to young Black men aspiring to be entrepreneurs.

As the oldest of 5 boys, Branden is passionate about helping Black men heal and grow into their fullest potential. Through performance coaching, strategy, and wellness he specializes in working with teens, men, and budding small businesses.

With over 10 years of experience, Branden helps people develop confidence, establish stable growth model strategies, and show up as their authentic self in life and business.

Creatively, Branden thrive's in challenging, fast paced environments where the user experience and sound prototyping can directly affect how his deliverables influence client goals.

Branden is known for his ability to quickly establish good rapport and motivate others into action.

He is available for life and performance coaching. 

Vasettria  Williams, Admin assistant

As the administrative assistant for Kaleidoscope Family Therapy, I am the first point of contact for many therapists and supervisors in the office. I assist in client scheduling, pairing clients with therapists, and triangulating client messages to the staff. I work closely with our staff to manage all administrative duties around the office which include filing, planning/scheduling team meetings, plan training and other tasks assigned. I attended Valdosta State University where I received my B.S. in Psychology and my M.S. in Marriage and Family Therapy. I have experience working with all communities and provide a safe space for clients to work toward their therapeutic goal(s). I work from a systems approach, and utilize narrative and solution-focused perspectives in the therapy room. My work is client-centered, and I strongly believe in meeting the client where they are and providing unconditional support during their therapeutic journey.

Sarah Anne Patton, LPC, NCC

Sarah Anne Patton is a Licensed Associate Professional Counselor in the state of Georgia.  She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Georgia, and her Master’s of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Mercer University.

In addition to her degrees, Miss Patton is certified as an Anger Resolution Blueprint Specialist as well as a Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT) provider.  Miss Patton has also had extensive training in suicide prevention and crisis intervention.

Sarah Anne has over 3 years of experience working in a variety of counseling settings and populations including private practice, community-based counseling, court mandated programs, and a substance abuse rehabilitation center.  Miss Patton specializes primarily in working with adults and teens with substance abuse and/or mental health concerns.

She uses an integrated theoretical approach when working with clients.  She uses approaches and techniques from several different counseling theories including person-centered therapy, behavior therapy, CBT, motivational interviewing, and reality therapy in order to be able to best serve each individual client’s unique needs.

Sarah Anne is passionate about the field of counseling.  She is motivated to provide the best services to each individual client.  She uses the core conditions of Rogerian therapy; genuineness, acceptance, and empathy; to provide an open and comfortable counseling experience for each client.  Just as she expects clients to be open with her- you will find that Miss Patton is open with her clients as well!


Sarah is currently under supervision towards full licensure



Charna Wilson, MAMFT

Charna earned her master’s degree at Mercer University in Marriage and Family Therapy and her undergraduate degree from Virginia State University in English with concentrations in Mass Communications and Writing. Charna is also a certified Social Media Strategist.


Charna has worked in Social Media management and marketing since 2014 with multiple organizations and growing small businesses. Charna’s clinical experience includes working with individuals, couples, families, children, and adolescents.

 Charna’s primary theoretical orientation is Symbolic Experiential, where she focuses on the impact of the people and things around you on the emotions and how to embrace them in order to affect effective change. Charna’s interventions most frequently utilize mindfulness and positive affirmations. Her niche can be described as working with clients of color who have previously questioned the effectiveness of therapy specifically in areas around anxiety and family issues. She particularly likes working with men and adolescents.

 Charna’s aim is to help her clients embrace and understand the emotions they feel in an effort to take control over their own lives. She is here to guide individuals, families, and couples on their journeys and is honored to help them find comfort and make sense of their most troubling times. 

 Charna is currently working under supervision towards her LMFT.



Kyra Anderson, MAMFT

Kyra obtained her Masters in Family Therapy from Mercer University. She has experience 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, and stress. Her passion  also lies with working with couples dealing with sexual issues, communication differences, and infidelity. 


 Kyra is an authentic and direct therapist. Her focus is on breaking down each client's structure and assisting in helping the client restructure their system to help meet their goals. In doing so, you will learn to identify and change your perspective, establish boundaries, and take accountability in your own life.

 Kyra’s purpose as a therapist is to help guide you to find ways to build a strong foundation that will help to create a more fulfilling life. She believes in the importance of guidance, support, and building an impactful relationship with each person she works with


Sydnee Keys, LAPC

Sydnee is a Licensed Associate Professional Counselor, who earned her Bachelor's in Psychology at Georgia State University and her Master's in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Mercer University. 

She has experience working with children, adolescents, and families dealing with trauma, mental health issues, and life transitions. Sydnee has experience in play therapy and trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy. 

Sydnee uses Cognitive behavioral therapy when working with clients. She believes a client’s perception of their life can impact their future. Sydnee focuses on connecting thoughts and feelings to help client’s identify new perspectives to gain stability and control of their lives. 

Her passion is to work with families, with a focus on children, to break generational cycles of trauma and adversity through increasing and strengthening their resilience. Her interest includes life transitions, divorce, anxiety, depression, and trauma. Sydnee’s aim is to encourage healing through a direct, safe, supportive, and creative environment.

Sydnee is currently under supervision towards full licensure. 


LaKiya Pettis, Masters level intern

LaKiya is a Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling student at Richmont Graduate University. She received her bachelor’s in psychology at Argosy University. She utilizes a cognitive behavioral therapy as well as humanistic counseling process when working with adults, teens, children, and families. She believes your thoughts and feelings are connected and that your past can impact your future.


LaKiya is a United States Navy Veteran. She has obtained the professional skills necessary to be a good clinician. Her previous military experience afforded her the opportunity to work with all varieties of people. Part of her skills are centered around the medical field which molded her to become a hard worker, quick learner, the ability to pay attention to details while utilizing her time well and follow directions diligently. As a result of her experience, she enjoys working and meeting the needs of all people. She plans to continue this positive attitude while under the instruction and guidance of Kaleidoscope Family Therapy. LaKiya’s purpose is to help find the beauty beneath the ashes while helping build and uplifting the strength within you. She does not believe counseling is advice giving but being present, in the moment where it is most needed.

 LaKiya is currently under supervision towards her MACMHC, MFT licensure.



Shakera Hawkins, Masters level Intern

Shakera received her Bachelor’s degree in Communication with a Minor in Psychology. She is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Mercer University, School of Medicine. 

As a clinician, Shakera integrates a Cognitive Behavioral and Experiential Therapy approach in order to meet the needs of her clients and support their goals. She places significant emphasis on joining with her clients to form a strong therapeutic relationship in order to facilitate change in a genuine and relatable way. 

Shakera understands how difficult it can be to share private and painful feelings. She places a great amount of focus on the comfort of her clients and creates a safe, therapeutic space for them to heal and grow. Shakera is extremely passionate about working with individuals, couples, and families who may be struggling with their spirituality, identity, relationships, grief and loss, trauma, and other challenges. 

As an intern, Shakera works under the clinical supervision of LeNaya S. Crawford, LMFT, RPT, RYT and Mercer University School of Medicine Master of Therapy program.