Miriam McGee is a trauma expert, clinician, consultant, and clinical supervisor. With over a decade of clinical experience, she is commited to empowering women and dedicated to providing holistic care and fostering resilience among sex trafficking survivors. She holds a Master’s Degree in Professional Counseling and an Education Specialist Degree in Trauma from Georgia State University and is licensed as a Professional Counselor and Certified Professional Counselor Supervisor in the state of Georgia.
Miriam is the Clinical Director at BeLoved Atlanta, an organization that offers a long-term residential program for adult women that have experienced sexual exploitation and trafficking. In her role, she continually improves the clinical program to ensure it offers high quality,
trauma informed and strength-based services that address the unique needs of each survivor. Miriam designs and implements highly effective, survivor-centered treatment modalities and her strategic guidance empowers BeLoved to develop and refine trauma-informed
policies, interventions, and protocols. Her work at BeLoved extends to developing the staff through reflective clinical supervision, professional development, trainings, and ongoing support, where she facilitates a culture of continuous learning and excellence.
Beyond dedicating her life to the transformative healing work with women, Miriam draws strength and inspiration from her supportive husband and four daughters, little women who not only fill her days with laughter and love but inspire her to work tirelessly for a world that champions the safety and empowerment of women. She finds enjoyment in hiking, skiing, playing board games, and meaningful conversations with close friends over a cup of coffee or delicious meal.