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Welcome to the Atlanta Therapist Directory

Here you'll find the most comprehensive local listings of Therapists in and around Atlanta, Georgia.

Therapists in Atlanta

Paris Gandy-Walker, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Hello and thank you for your interest. Is your child struggling with academic or behavior problems? Has the conflict in your home become unbearable? Are your personal difficulties getting in the way of progress? I can help. Deciding to enter therapy is difficult and challenging. You are likely at a crossroad in your life and seeking relief from a stressful or painful situation. I am a licensed clinical psychologist who is committed to helping individuals and families reach their life improving goals through therapy and skill building. I can teach and help guide you towards your desired place of peace.
(404) 620-4843
Atlanta, Georgia 30363
Maya Lemberg  in Atlanta
“As a warm, heart-centered, intuitive counselor, I am deeply interested in accompanying my clients in their journey to health, happiness, and wholeness. In facilitating a safe healing space for children, adults, couples and groups, we gently explore what emerges in the present moment, letting the session organically unfold. I am welcoming clients who want to step into an authentic, more peaceful, more empowered and expansive place within themselves. I work with those experiencing stress, anxiety, depression, relationship turmoil, spiritual or existential issues, grief, life transitions, women's issues, or those simply wanting to find deeper contentment in their lives.
(770) 545-6928
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Emily Sarah Katz, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Congratulations! You have already taken the first step towards making positive changes for you and your family. I use a supportive, insight-oriented approach to help you lead a more fulfilling life and overcome the challenges that life often brings. A key to successful therapy is a "good fit" between therapist and client based on trust, respect and comfort within the relationship. While this relationship takes time to build, I take great care to ensure you feel welcome and comfortable from the first session. I am committed to making sure you and your family receive the best possible care.
(678) 820-5221
Atlanta, Georgia 30326
Catherine Egenes, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“As a therapist, one of the first and most important messages I hope to communicate about my professional work is that I feel honored each and every time I have the privilege to sit with clients in their pursuit towards growth. My work is grounded in the belief that clients are the experts on their own lives, and my role is to create a collaborative therapeutic relationship to help facilitate change and empower them to live fully.
(770) 545-6931
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
Brittany Boden, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“If you are suffering, the chances are good that parts of you have stopped or slowed in their natural development. The honest relationship forged in psychotherapy can bring about the insight and clarity needed to begin to grow again. I work with adults and young adults in individual, couples and group therapy.
(678) 696-0991
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Linda Kondilis, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Life is hard. No matter our age, race, sex, financial or career success, it can be a struggle to overcome difficulties and lead the fulfilling and rewarding lives we seek. I believe in therapy not only to address those things that may be holding us back from our happiness and life successes, but developing the skills to continue the progress we make during our sessions. Everyone is unique and has their own individual needs in therapy. My goal is to tailor our sessions to best meet your needs.
(678) 752-4629 x102
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
Kaleem Rahman, Counselor  in Atlanta
“For more than 30 years, I have been helping people create stronger and more satisfying relationships, eliminate unwanted habits, overcome depression and anxiety, and develop stress and anger management skills in order to enjoy more fulfilling lives. I have helped clients achieve a better quality of life through individual, couples and family counseling, and the highly specialized field of hypnosis.
(404) 566-6747
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Jill Dermyer  in Atlanta
“You don't have to grit your teeth and believe pain is just part of life. I can help you. I believe pain is a universal language that can be understood regardless of how or why we hurt. Although therapy can be tough and hard at times, I believe healing and light are possible in even the darkest situations. I specialize in posttraumatic stress, sexual trauma, mood disorders, grief, self-harm/suicide attempts, HIV/AIDS, veterans, and first-responders. Furthermore, as a veteran of the service industry, I offer guidance with mental health issues associated with industry workers and musicians.
(678) 264-3745 x103
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
Mary Alice Hines, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MAT, BCD
“Are you familiar with the song performed by Diana Ross from "Mahogany" in 1975, "Do you know where you're going to? Do you know the things that life is showing you - Where are you going to? - Do you know...?" When people struggle and are overwhelmed by challenging events (past or present), confusing feelings, and painful thoughts, it is helpful to have a confidential, objective, experienced guide to sort through all this. Everyone encounters change and loss in love and work. I can accompany you in discovering your unique path towards healing and new meaning.
(404) 231-4757
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Kim Oppenheimer, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I believe that solid, intimate relationships form the basis of a person's well-being and help us define who we are. Our earliest relationships provide the foundation for all others. We often choose partners based either on what we want to replicate or avoid in our families of origin. When problems develop in our closest relationships, we feel out of balance and symptoms, such as anxiety and depression, often occur. I help people understand and change patterns that they learned in old relationships that may be influencing their current ones.
(404) 566-8655
Atlanta, Georgia 30342
Diane Hilleary, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“With the right kind of support, meaningful change is possible. I know it takes a lot of courage to reach out for help and therefore I want to make sure you get what you need. With that in mind, I tailor my therapeutic approach to each individual and will work with you to develop goals for your therapy. My work is grounded in the belief that everyone deserves to be heard and understood and understanding is the first step to change. I believe through supportive therapy, you can live differently and experience life in a more peaceful and fulfilling way.
(678) 408-4610
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Patricia And Paul Kapphahn, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Learn strategies for creating and maintaining healthy and satisfying relationships that work! Expand your ability to live fully and joyfully! We are married psychotherapists in private practice in the Dunwoody area of Atlanta for over 20 years. We use teaching/coaching for teaching and practicing advanced relationship skills Though it is ideal to have both partners in the sessions, we have developed a system that produces positive relationship changes with only one partner in the session. We focus on strengths and solutions and breaking destructive behaviour patterns rather than becoming stuck in blame and analysis (as in some traditional therapy). We use mind-body methods designed to cultivate inner peace and self esteem and relieve anxiety and depression. We give clear, concise and practical guidelines and tools, as well as practical homework between sessions, assisting clients in dealing with stress, anxiety, phobias, grief and loss, anger issues, addictions, weight management and smoking cessation. . .
(770) 450-5030
Atlanta, Georgia 30338
D. Thandi Chase, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“"Do you want to create a life of more contentment?" I believe that psychotherapy is a journey towards that - a journey of self-discovery, understanding motivation, hidden conflicts, reflection and awareness. This can result in long-term change and improve people's relationships with others and themselves. Therapy can help people find solutions to everyday problems such as: making tough decisions, managing uncertainty about staying in a relationship or identifying stumbling blocks getting in the way of reaching goals. My areas of interest include: personal growth issues, women/men's issues, trauma recovery, grief/loss, depression and anxiety.
(404) 566-5514
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
Sonja A. Sutherland, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Looking for practical help for the stressful situations you are facing individually, in your marriage, or in your family? Whether you're dealing with a crisis or looking to make a life transition,you don't have to walk through it alone. There are no easy solutions, but having confidential help from an experienced counselor who cares can help make a difference. Change your life. Build a legacy for your family and yourself that is worth leaving. Get real help so you can make real changes. Begin now to change the way you live the rest of your life!
(404) 205-8963
Atlanta, Georgia 30327
Clifford Guarnaccia, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Most people who seek treatment feel that they do not have control over their lives and are not getting what they want out of life. My goal as a therapist is to give my clients the tools to achieve the kind of control that lets them be in charge. This is the only true path to happiness and fulfillment. I help my clients deal with a variety of issues that may be interfering with life such as depression, anxiety, troubled relationships, loneliness and excessive worries and preoccupations.
(404) 369-2027
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
David Harris,   in Atlanta
“Helping people resolve current issues or long-standing problems and challenges, I blend caring and respectful listening with very practical feedback and positive coaching. By combining a solution-focused approach with a deep understanding of complex emotional states, I can usually help you achieve your goals and develop a more meaningful and satisfying life!
(404) 441-2347
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Sandra Petrakis-Childs, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LMFT
“I have been in practice for over 30 years. My work is my passion. My 30 plus years as a therapist has given me expertise in many areas.I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, as well as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. I enjoy working with couples struggling in their relationships. In addition, I find working with individuals trying to negotiate through life challenges, very rewarding. Whether it is depression,an eating disorder,anxiety or a life crisis, all are solvable with a very seasoned,experienced therapist.
(678) 383-0074
Atlanta, Georgia 30341
Sandra Crowder, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Life is unpredictable. Best laid plans go awry. Marriages experience strain and stress. Children have problems you never dreamed possible. It can be invaluable to have an experienced, objective and confidential therapist to guide you through difficult, painful and challenging times.
(404) 317-8389
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Sandy L. Turner, LPC,   in Atlanta
“The therapeutic relationship is key to the therapeutic process. I create a safe and comfortable environment comprised of genuine caring, empathy, and without judgement. I bring the therapeutic tools for change, the clients bring their courage, willingness, and commitment to the work. The client is always the driving force for the direction and pace for change. I feel honored to partner with my clients in the amazing process of change and celebrate with them when they achieve their goals.
(678) 865-4369
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Shaketa D Robinson-Bruce, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Life is full of challenges. We all face transitions at some point in our lives. It is my goal to help you overcome these obstacles and live a psychologically healthy life. My treatment approach is Person-Centered and Cognitive-Behavioral. Simply put, I provide a non-judgemental, safe and comfortable environment allowing us to focus completely on you. I also explore and help you focus on your thought patterns and how this affects your outlook on life and your specific situation. I view the Counselor-Client relationship as a team approach, encouraging you to work with me throughout the process.
(404) 645-0550
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
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