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Our Team


Julia Fleming

Founder & Director


Julia Fleming lives in Cumming, GA, with her husband and six kids. As former foster parents who have adopted 4 children through foster care, they became aware of some of the gaps in the foster care system and the need for more community support. In 2012, they started The Way Home to provide counseling services, holistic support, and tangible resources that are not reimbursed by the state or provided by other agencies. She graduated in 1996 with a degree in Christian Counseling and is currently working on her master’s degree. She is also a Trauma Sensitive trained yoga teacher, a certified children’s yoga instructor, Creative Wellness Certified, as well as a TBRI® practitioner.  Julia is very passionate about helping children who may not feel that they have a voice find their voice, feel validated, and function in a healthy way.


Kelsey Harrison

LAPC, NCC, and TBRI® Practitioner

Director of Support Services

Kelsey Harrison is a doctoral student with extensive training in child and adolescent development, attachment, complex developmental trauma, and adoption competence. She utilizes strategies from Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI®), Trauma-focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), TraumaPlay®, TheraPlay®, Internal Family Systems, and other holistic, somatic, solution-focused modalities to support children and families in moving toward healing and wholeness, equipping caregivers to be the leading agents of change in their homes. Having worked with children from hard places for nearly 15 years, her deep desire is to restore hope, peace, joy, and confidence to hurting families, as they journey toward fullness of life. Kelsey provides TBRI® training, foster/adoption readiness counseling, reunification support, individual, family, and group counseling, and in-home coaching. She also provides trauma-informed, attachment-based training and consultation and is available for speaking engagements. She loves music, movement, reading, studying, indoor and outdoor gardening, design, and, most of all, spending time with her husband and their six children.


Holland Rogers

Director of Ministry Services & Caregiver Coach

Holland first fell in love with the mission and purpose of The Way Home in 2021, when she moved to Dawsonville and became a part of North Georgia Church, a community partner of The Way Home. What began as volunteering for community events and working behind the scenes, Holland very quickly discovered she had a passion for the fostering/adoption community and wanted to find a way to help encourage and support vulnerable children and families. She became a TBRI® Practitioner and joined The Way Home as both a Caregiver Coach and the Director of Ministry Services. Holland brings her experience as an attorney, her work as a director for special education Sunday school classes and as a mother to the team. 


Holland spends most of her time as mom to her three children and leaning into her new role as Pastor’s wife with her husband Lee. She loves reading and puzzles, trivia and playing any sort of game, especially Hand and Foot with the church ladies! 

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