(404) 983-3320

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Monday 11am-1pm
Tuesday 10am-1pm
Wednesday 10am-8pm
Fridays 11am-1pm

$280 for 50 minutes (individual therapy)

$420 for 90 minutes (longer individual, couples, family therapy)

$475 for 90-minute initial assessment

*Sliding scale upon request for clients in need, if time slot is available.







Ginair Goodwin McKerrow, MSW, LCSW, is a highly experienced and compassionate licensed psychotherapist specializing in treating eating disorders, body image issues, anxiety, mood disorders, and women's issues. In June 2017, she co-founded Atlanta Center for Wellness — a collaborative, integrative, mental health outpatient practice. With over 20 years of experience, Ginair has worked with individuals, couples, and families in both inpatient psychiatric hospitals and her private practice. Ginair’s warm, empathic approach to therapy, helps clients feel more at ease in the therapeutic process.


  • Family-Based Treatment (FBT) Coaching for Eating Disorders
  • Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT)
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
  • Mindfulness Self-Compassion
  • Person-Centered, Humanistic Approaches
  • Certified Enneagram Professional

Ginair takes a collaborative approach in working with individuals, families and treatment team providers to ensure the best care for her clients and their families. She understands the importance of involving all parties in the treatment and recovery process. This collaborative approach also allows for a more holistic and integrated approach to treatment, which can lead to more successful outcomes for the clients.

Ginair is dedicated to empowering, educating, and supporting her clients and their families in their eating disorder recovery process, behavioral stabilization, weight restoration, and personal and interpersonal fulfillment. She recognizes the value of healthy boundary and communication skills. She aims to help foster more connection, intimacy and secure attachments in her clients' relationships.

Ginair is committed to supporting individuals on their path to recovery from eating disorders and other challenging life issues.

She strives to create a supportive and inclusive environment for healing and growth for her clients and their families. Ginair firmly believes that recovery is possible for all, and she is dedicated to providing the necessary tools, guidance, and encouragement to support her clients on their recovery journey.


Ginair has been in practice as a License Clinical Social Worker in Atlanta since 2000. She is an expert and specialist in the fields of eating disorders, body image, anxiety depression disorder and women’s issues. Additionally, she is a Certified "Daring Way" Facilitator.

After earning her Master of Social Work (MSW), summa cum laude at the University of Georgia, Ginair completed internships at Children’s Health Care of Atlanta and Ridgeview Institute. She was hired out of graduate school by Ridgeview Institute as a case manager and therapist in Women’s Services. While at Ridgeview, she managed caseloads of patients presenting with eating disorders, addiction, mood disorders, trauma and other psychiatric issues. Ginair facilitated family and individual therapy, as well as lead Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), didactic, trauma, daily process, family education, aftercare and alumnae groups and provided supervision for interns. Ginair started her private practice in 2006 and today is a founding partner at Atlanta Center for Wellness, a collaborative, integrative, mental health outpatient practice group of professionals and best friends.

Ginair demonstrates her fervent desire to be an instrument for hope, healing and change through her clinical experience and her volunteer service in the community. She is a passionate supporter of women’s and children’s causes and participates in several advocacy organizations. In 2009, Ginair received the Chayil Woman of the Year Award for her contributions championing women’s causes in the community. In 2011, Ginair and her dance partner were winners of the 2011 Eating Disorder Information Network (EDIN) Celebrity Dance Challenge, “Dancing for Body Esteem.” In addition to serving on the boards for Children Helping Children and EDIN, she has chaired and worked on many committees for EDIN, V-DAY (a global movement to end violence against women and girls), A Girls Journey for Growth, March of Dimes, Men Stopping Violence and Chayil.

In 2020, Ginair became a Certified Enneagram Applications Professional.

Ginair fulfills her greatest passion as being a mother of two daughters and by working with clients in her private practice, specializing in the field of eating disorder recovery.