Dr. Pamela Thompson is a Psychologist, Professional Life Coach, and Owner of
Building Bridges to Better Lives who has provided mental health services for
individuals, couples, women's groups, and inmates since 1996. She is also
the author of Surviving Mama (an adult daughter's guide to overcoming
strained mother-daughter relationships), which earned her a therapeutic role
in a film recently featured in the 2016 Jewish Film Festival in Atlanta and
all over the world entitled, "Look at Us Now, Mother." Dr. Thompson is an
inspirational speaker and a frequent presenter at community forums and
workshops. She is most proud to be a member of the network of providers
associated with the nationally syndicated radio show "New Life Live" which has guided her ability to integrate her clinical skills and knowledge with a biblical worldview for those who desire such. Her greatest passions include serving as a vessel for healing the wounded and brokenhearted as well as an illuminator of others' hidden gifts and talents. She enjoys debunking the myth that psychology is just for "crazy people," and she has been sought out by media outlets cross the country to help her do that including Discovery Fit and Health, Sesame Street, and the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN). Dr. Thompson is a native Atlantan, educated at the University of Georgia in journalism/public relations and the Georgia School of Professional Psychology where she earned her doctorate in clinical psychology.
--Pamela Thompson, Psy.D.