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Push Thru Therapy


The mission of Push Thru Therapy is to create an environment that enables and motivates personal growth both physically and mentally in an educational, holistic, and culturally diverse manner while valuing individuality and self awareness.

Keisha Reaves is the owner and clinical director of Push Thru Therapy. She is a Georgia native that has witnessed the stigma of mental health and has made it her mission to normalize therapy. She has been in the mental health field for more than sixteen years. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Human Services from Clayton State University and then completed her Master’s Degree in Counseling and Psychology at the University of West Alabama.


Keisha has worked with children and adolescents in the DFCS setting and children and adults with developmental disabilities. She has also worked in the hospital setting helping patients with acute diagnosis and substance use disorders. Keisha started her private practice in 2015 and recently expanded her office into a group practice in order to serve the increasing need of counseling to potential clients.


Keisha specializes in helping everyday women who seek to improve their ability to cope with their daily challenges. As a woman herself, she understands society’s pressures on women as they attempt to navigate their careers, family dynamics, relationships, and everyday life.


In addition to helping women, Keisha is also certified in perinatal mental health serving women who are trying to conceive, have fertility issues, have experienced infant loss, transitioning into motherhood as well as postpartum depression. She has volunteered with Northside Hospital’s bereavement group. She serves on the Postpartum Support International Georgia Chapter Board as the Training Coordinator. And she currently is one of the facilitators of the Mocha Moms Group at Atlanta Birth Center. Black maternal health and reproductive education is a strong passion of hers. Providing access to resources and providing mental health services to women of color is a mission of Keisha’s. She likes training providers on perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, educating them on implicit bias and how to become more culturally competent in order to better serve birthing parents.


1050 Crown Point Pkwy. Suite 500
Atlanta Georgia 30338

Phone: +1 678 938 4978

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