Our Therapists

FRED MOELLER, L.P.C.

Licensed Professional Counselor, Substance Abuse Expert

Upon completing his graduate degree from The University of Oklahoma Fred T. Moeller worked in State and Private Hospital settings in Oklahoma as well as private practice. He then administered Employee Assistance Programs in Dallas, Texas for some years before locating to the Atlanta Area and founding Moeller and Associates. With over 30 plus years of experience, he is licensed in the States of Oklahoma, Texas, and Georgia as a LPC and CEAP. He has worked extensively with organizations such as Texas Instruments, CNN, Coca Cola, and SunTrust Banks. Moeller and Associates has provided international consultative services to the Ministries of Health in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand. He served as a member of the 1996 Olympics Crisis Debriefing Team.

Alisa Manulkin, Ph.D

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Alisa Manulkin is a licensed psychologist in Georgia.  She received a B.A. in Psychology, at George Washington University, graduating Cum Laude with Special Honors in Psychology. Dr. Manulkin went on to earn her Masters in Psychology and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at Nova Southeastern University. 

Dr. Manulkin has held professorships at Georgia School of Professional Psychology and Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics where she was responsible for coordination and oversight of the pre-doctoral psychology internship program. Also responsible for supervision of clinical trainees in the following assessment and intervention rotations: Interdisciplinary Developmental Evaluation Service and Behavioral Pediatrics Clinic. These clinics focus on diagnosis and treatment of children with behavioral and/or developmental disabilities. Dr. Manulkin consults with parents and sees children for therapeutic services. 

Amy Curtis, LCSW, CEAP

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Certified Employee Assistance Professional

Amy Curtis received her Bachelors in Social work from East Carolina University with a concentration in Family and Children. She went on to earn her Master's degree in Social Work with a Concentration in Mental Health. She qualified for Advanced Standing status thereby completing the program in a little over a year. Amy has worked as Program Coordinator of a Crisis Center whereby she trained and managed volunteers while creating and leading support groups. She worked at a psychiatric hospital as a clinical social worker and discharge planner-leading groups, working with treatment teams, and completing assessments on patients. She later transitioned to an EAP Consultant serving many employer groups via counseling, debriefings, management consultants and presenting seminars. Notably, involved in debriefing of civil servants, including Fire and Rescue, after Hurricane Floyd. Amy also has been the Director of Behavioral Health for Medicare for a large insurance company. She has recently turned her focus back to direct care to work with adults who are dealing with life transitions, anxiety, depression, grief, parental issues, marital discord and caregiver challenges.