• Olivia Chanté Frazier, LPC

    Olivia Chanté Frazier (“Chanté”) is a Licensed Professional Counselor with more than 17 years of experience in the Mental Health field. Mrs. Frazier provides therapy for children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families. She also enjoys leading groups on various topics, and is trained in MRT-Moral Reconation Therapy for substance abuse and anger management. Her areas of expertise include substance abuse, anger management, trauma, adolescents struggling with difficult life transitions, depression, anxiety, and self-esteem/body image. She fosters meaningful, fulfilling relationships with her clients, and enjoys assisting them in identifying and carrying out their own authentic solutions.


    Chanté is the founder of “Discover You,” an entity of Discovery Counseling which focuses on a holistic approach to healing: integrating body, mind, and spirit to promote health, nutrition, and overall wellbeing. Mrs. Frazier thrives on helping clients break out of unhealthy patterns to feel empowered and strong. She is completing her certification as a personal trainer through the International Sports Sciences Association (ISSA). She assists clients in learning the importance of and incorporating physical exercise and nutrition into their lives. She believes teamwork is essential in supporting progress.  She is currently working toward publishing a book entitled “Discover You” which aims to help others through the journey of self-discovery.


    Mrs. Frazier completed her undergraduate work at the University of West Georgia and obtained her graduate degrees at Mercer University and Capella University. She worked as Adjunct Professor for Mercer University’s Human Services Program, where she taught undergraduate students. Chanté also assisted in the development and implementation of the Coweta County Drug Court.  She has presented at numerous local and national conferences on a wide variety of topics.  She also provides supervision for licensed, eligible clinicians who are entering the mental health field.


    In addition to her accomplishments, Mrs. Frazier has a passion for the foster care community.  She and her husband have personally been licensed foster parents, and she has spent the majority of her career assisting families and children affected by the foster care system. Chanté has been married for 16 years and has two children.  She enjoys spending time with her two German Shepherd service dogs.  She volunteers her free time to search and rescue groups throughout the state.