Marsh grass is prevalent in our Atlantic Coastal waters. It plays a significant role in supporting wildlife as they drink from the water and find nourishment in the different varieties that exist. Marsh grass has an important job in filtering water by removing sediment so that it drops to the bottom of the marsh.
Likewise, Atlantic Coastal Therapy plays a significant role in supporting many as they drink of life's water. Our guidance and support serve to remove obstacles keeping the direction of our client's strong, centered, and sound.
In 1987, Julie received a Bachelor of Science degree in Education from the College of Charleston in South Carolina, her native hometown. She would continue her educational pursuits by attending South College in Savannah, Georgia where she received her Master's degree in Professional Counseling in 2011.
A gifted listener with a passion to help others, Julie has worked in a variety of settings that include:
- inpatient hospital
- community outpatient facilities
- addiction centers, and
- private practice
Julie Rubin McGaughey, L.P.C.
Owner, Atlantic Coastal Therapy
This diverse background has afforded her the opportunity to work with many different clients ranging in age from children to senior adults.
In Julie's current practice, she welcomes men and women as individuals, couples, and groups in need of counseling services. She also welcomes adolescents.