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TTHI Counseling Center Chattanooga
1024 East MLK Blvd.
Chattanooga, TN 37403
The Transition House of Tennessee, Inc. is a comprehensive, full-spectrum community health center, licensed by the State of Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services. We provide individualized in-office and tele-health psychiatric care, individualized mental health and substance use counseling to meet your recovery needs.
We offer medication management, mental health and substance use evaluations, and counseling for children, adolescents, and adults. Treatment options available at our Chattanooga Counseling Center include psychiatric evaluation and treatment, Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT), medication management, mental health and substance abuse counseling, family therapy, play therapy, and couples therapy.
We take a holistic approach to help empower you to lead a more successful and productive life. Our highly qualified clinicians work with you to help develop a personalized course of treatment. We are here to guide you and help you learn to make healthy decisions and live a productive life.
Counseling and Treatment Services
Group Therapy and Educational Classes
Family Counseling and Play Therapy
Counseling for children and families is available at our Chattanooga Counseling Center.
At TTHI Counseling Center, our goal is to treat the whole family with the most up-to-date and effective therapeutic methods. Play therapy is different from traditional counseling in that it is tailored to the way children communicate and learn. Through play, children are able to communicate their thoughts and feelings more effectively, develop problem-solving skills and learn how to relate to others.
Play therapy can be effective for children struggling with social, emotional, behavioral or learning problems. Coupled with family counseling, play therapy can help children and the family cope with life changes including divorce, death, chronic illness or substance abuse in the family, physical and sexual abuse, and domestic violence.
Benefits of play therapy include:
Dr. Kimberly A. Quigley, MDMedical Director
Dr. Kimberly Quigley graduated from Webb School of Knoxville in 1993. She moved on to Georgetown University earning a BSLA in German Language and Linguistics. She completed work at the Harvard University Health Careers Program, at which time she decided to pursue medicine. After graduating from medical school at the University of Tennessee College of Medicine in 2001, Dr. Quigley completed an internship in Pediatrics, followed by a residency in Psychiatry. She holds board certification from the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Dr. Quigley has provided medical leadership for outpatient mental health settings, hospital systems, and recovery programs.
Dr. Quigley has over 15 years of experience in partnering with children, adolescents, adults, mature adults and their families in deciding if and how psychotropic medication can be used to help them attain their personal goals for wellness and wholeness in their lives. In her spare time, Dr. Quigley is the chess coach at the Episcopal School of Knoxville. She is a strong community advocate for developing chess programs across the East Tennessee area for children of all backgrounds. She is active at Emerald Youth Sports as a soccer coach and volunteer.
Paige SnellMACMHC, Program Director/Clinician
Paige Snell is a Master’s Level Clinician from Chattanooga, Tennessee. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Tusculum College, and in 2016, earned her Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Richmont Graduate University. Paige enjoys working with a variety of populations with various life struggles including depression, anxiety, disordered eating, interpersonal struggles, significant life changes, and traumatic experiences. Paige engages in person-centered therapy and psychodynamic therapy. She believes that a therapeutic relationship is the catalyst for healing and that experiences in our past shape how we experience life in the present. When she is not working, Paige enjoys spending time with her husband and her dogs. Paige enjoys being outdoors, enjoying all of Chattanooga’s good food and fun activities, going to the theatre, and finding new and exciting ways to enjoy the little things in life.