Important Notice


If we are accepting new clients please complete our intake paperwork and submit it. Once your paperwork is received and we have a therapist that meets your needs, you will be contacted. We provide both telehealth and in person sessions at this time based on your specific preferences and therapist availability.

Mike Musgrove


Mike Musgrove (LMSW, CARES, MAT) moved to Athens in 1986 for graduate school and has lived in the area ever since. He has been practicing in the mental health field since 2016. After conducting scientific research for 25 years, Mike became a certified peer specialist in addictive disease (CARES) in 2015. Mike graduated with a MSW from UGA in 2020 and is working towards full-licensure. He was certified in Medication Assisted Treatment in 2021. Previously, Mike has worked in outpatient programs for substance use disorder treatment, at an inpatient crisis facility, and provided therapy and assessments in an outpatient clinic for a public mental health agency. Mike uses a client-centered, holistic, trauma-informed approach while offering cognitive behavior therapy, strengths-based therapy, motivational interviewing, neuroscience of recovery/wellness, and mindfulness practices. He has worked in collaboration with individuals and groups dealing with recovery, grief, ADHD, anxiety, depression, and LGBTQIA+ issues.


Mike shares a home in Oglethorpe county with two dogs and a cat. He enjoys working with non-profits (Boybutante AIDS Foundation, Madison-Oglethorpe Animal Shelter, and Walton Empowers), as well as reading, working out, spending time with family/friends, and making dad jokes.