Mike McNulty was born in New Orleans, Louisiana and was raised in Marietta, Georgia with stopovers in Texas and New Jersey. He received a Journalism degree from the University of Georgia and a Master of Divinity from Emory University. He was ordained in the United Methodist Church and served as a Youth Minister in West Point, Georgia for three years. During seminary, he trained as a chaplain at Georgia Baptist Medical Center and Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia. It was during this time he realized he wanted to pursue a career in counseling in order to provide care to individuals and families.
He was a counselor at Peachford Hospital in Dunwoody, Georgia for three years and at the Shepherd Center for 20 years, helping persons with spinal cord injuries, brain injuries, and neuromuscular diseases. During this time, he maintained a robust private practice. For the last nine years, he’s focused entirely on his private practice.
Mike has three children and lives in Alpharetta with his wife and their two cats. His hobbies include home improvement, basketball, and writing. A few years ago, he self-published two works of fiction about life in the South, the novel Forgotten Memories and Revival, a collection of short stories.