F. Jill Oldham, LPC, NCC
I have worked as a Counselor since 1994. During my employment with school systems provided individual and group counseling for students, parent support groups and skill-building groups, transition groups for students (transition to high school, leaving high school, students displaced following disaster), assessment preparation, testing and screenings, Career and pathway guidance and consultation, support for special needs and 504 students, and have provided countless hours of consultation and advisement to educators, parents, post-secondary institutions and agencies.
After obtaining my Masters in Education (M.Ed) in Counseling from The University of Georgia, I pursued my National Certified Counselor credential (NCC), then my Professional Counseling license (LPC) through the State of Georgia. I also earned my Educational Specialist degree (Ed.S.) in Educational Leadership through Mercer University and moved into school administration and program development and continued to integrate counseling into my daily interactions with parents and students.
I am known locally through my long-time residency and relationships with numerous organizations in Rockdale County. I am also a hiker and frequent many local trails- the pictures used throughout this site were taken while hiking the trails near the South River.
Angela Asprino, LCSW
Angela Asprino is a licensed clinical social worker who has been in practice for 37 years. She holds a Master’s Degree in Social Work as well as a Doctorate in Educational Leadership. During her career, she has held numerous leadership positions aligned within the social work field both in New York and Georgia. Her expertise includes staff trainings, working with adolescents and families, alcohol and drug dependency, crisis intervention, domestic violence victims as well as advocacy for those in need. For the past 22 years, Angela has worked for Rockdale County Public Schools. She began this second phase of her career as a school counselor at the alternative school and then transferred to become one of five school social workers. After obtaining her doctorate in Educational Leadership, Angela became an assistant principal at one of the elementary schools in the county. Recently she returned back to her passion, school social work and continues to work tirelessly for the students and families in Rockdale County.
Now available for Clinical Supervision- call or email for more information!