About Treva Jones
Treva Jones, MSW, LCSW, MAC is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Therapist residing in Atlanta, Georgia. After more than 20 years in the human service profession, she has learned many of the behavioral health and human services struggles up close and in person.
Treva has experience as a Mental Health Supervisor and forensic experience as a Victim/Witness Advocate; she worked for close to 8 years in a specialized unit for victims of trauma in DeKalb County government, specializing in families, communities and victims of violence. She is certified in Cognitive Behavior Intervention for Substance Abuse by the University of Cincinnati Corrections Institute. She was also certified as a Victim Witness Assistance Program Coordinator by the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council in 2006 and has worked with children, adolescents, and adults. She studied at Clark Atlanta University’s Whitney M. Young, Jr. School of Social Work where she obtained her Master’s in Health/Mental Health. She earned her undergraduate degree at Southern University at New Orleans where she generally studied in the area of Business and Substance Abuse Counseling.
In 2016, she founded Healthy Life Choices, GA, a family counseling and social service agency that specializes in bridging mental health, education, and access through technology to improve the overall functioning of children, youth, adults, seniors and their families. She offers person-centered therapy to people of all ages, specializing in the struggles of life transitions, anxiety, stress, depression, difficult decisions, and other complex issues.