Gay Baldwin, LPC

Gay Baldwin, LPC is the University Counselor, stepping into her 11th year serving students at Brenau University. Early in her career, Gay studied music and art at Pfeiffer University, in North Carolina. She holds a Master’s Degree in Professional Counseling from Argosy University. She is a seasoned practitioner with multiple qualifications.

Early in her career, Gay served low-income individuals and families in the Appalachian areas of the beautiful North Georgia mountains, by providing homestead therapy, case management, and substance abuse education/assessment. She served three years of service as the Assistant Director at Jesse’s House, working with girls ages 7 to 18. Gay has also held certifications with the Department of Behavioral Health and Disease Disabilities, including providing services as a clinical evaluator and treatment provider for nine years, as well as serving as a certified instructor with Prime for Life.

The Counseling Center located at the Center for Health & Well-Being. provides free, confidential, and bilingual counseling services with Miriam Gomez, LPC. Other modalities of counseling include art expression and calm rooms, which are located throughout the campus. We strive to provide a supportive, respectful and collaborative therapeutic environment where you can fully explore your concerns, challenges, and values.