Leading our Prepare for Success Workshops


Paul Olander - Lead Instructor

Paul Olander, MSW, JD, LCSW has worked for decades in the healthcare field after prior careers in industry and the law.  Paul has served as Director of Behavioral Health, Care Management and Palliative Care Service departments for a metro Atlanta hospital system, has had a private psychotherapy practice and has provided clinical supervision for newly licensed Master Social Workers. Paul has also served for the last several years as an Adjunct Faculty Instructor teaching clinical skills to graduate students at the University of Georgia School of Social Work.  In addition to teaching, Paul has participated in multiple clinical CEU presentations and is certified as a Clinical Hypnotherapist and as a Clinical Trauma Professional.  Paul is an Associate at the Atlanta Center For Wellness, LLC and will serve as the Lead Instructor for Prepare for SUCCESS!.


Dr. Jackie Pray

Dr. Jackie Pray, owner and director of Social Work Unlimited, has 40+ years of professional social work experience, which includes academic appointments, administration & management, grants & contract management, training and professional development, and direct practice. She has been actively involved in providing licensure exam prep services in GA and other states since 1999. In addition, she has authored numerous articles published in professional journals and is experienced in writing proposals and reports. Her resume includes an extensive list of professional trainings and conference presentations. She also has a consistent record of volunteer involvement in many service arenas throughout her professional career. Dr. Jackie Pray is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Georgia, and maintains professional membership in the National Association of Social Workers and the Georgia Society for Clinical Social Work. See http://socialworkunlimited.com/ for more information.


Jean Rowe

Jean Rowe, LCSW, OSW-C, CJT is the the Associate Director of Support Services at the Young Survival Coalition where the focus of her work is providing counseling and support to women age 40 and younger affected by breast cancer as well as program development for this population. She has provided supervision to individuals working toward clinical licensure since 2011. Jean has crafted and led workshops for mental health and nursing professionals addressing compassion fatigue, secondary traumatic stress and self-care. She has crafted and led workshops for re-establishing intimacy after cancer. Jean is on the faculty of the Center for Journal Therapy’s Therapeutic Writing Institute where she teaches classes on grief and body image. Jean has presented regionally, nationally and internationally on varied topics related to her work and interests.


Juliett Stovall

Juliett Stovall, PhD, MSW, MEd, LCSW, has worked for over three decades  in the fields of education and mental health. Juliett has served as as Family Therapist with a metro Atlanta counseling agency and  as a school social worker and  Coordinator for School Social Workers in a metro Atlanta Public School System.  Additionally, for eight years she served as an  Adjunct Professor at Clark Atlanta University Whitney M. Young Jr., School of Social Work, teaching clinical skills to second year graduate students. As a professional leader and community advocate, Juliett has provided multiple training and other presentations to varied groups of human services providers and the public at large.