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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

Amy L Garnett, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“As an active and empathic therapist, I partner with clients to help them find their individual and couple solutions to their problems. Because therapy is based on a good relationship between therapist and client, I create a safe environment for this to happen. I work toward maximizing the individual's or couple's strengths, while helping each to learn new skills and behaviors.
(678) 824-2430
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Lisa Mahon, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“My work is influenced by psychodynamic, interpersonal and attachment theories. I believe that at the core of a healthy and satisfying life is the capacity to form intimate attachments and maintain ongoing satisfying relationships. Therapy is a place where individuals can tell the meaningful stories of their lives and explore habitual patterns and relational styles. Doing this successfully requires a setting where the person feels safe and comfortable enough to explore their past and present relationships. My goal is for a person to discover the cut-off parts of themrself, thus allowing change and the emergence of one's true self.
(404) 566-8028
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Avital K Cohen, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I have always enjoyed working with children, adolescents, and their families. Currently, my primary focus is on the assessment of autism spectrum disorders, as well as other common problems in the pediatric population, including developmental delays, learning problems, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), emotional disorders, behavioral issues, and more. I am also able to provide a variety of treatment and treatment planning services. In addition to my work with children and families, I also offer assessment and treatment planning services for adults on the autism spectrum and with other developmental concerns.
(678) 647-1050
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Kathy Fields, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Stress, anxiety, depression, grief, and relationship issues are the primary areas of concern I have worked with over the past eleven years. If you experience any of the following, I can help: feeling overwhelmed or hopeless, having difficulty making decisions, feeling discouraged or disappointed, not confident in your coping skills, frustrated with yourself or others, feeling stuck in unproductive patterns of behavior or feeling dissatisfatied in your relationship. I see counseling as a collaborative experience where we will identify your concerns and needs; you identify and utilize your resources and strengths, and I provide the professional guidance, direction, and support.
(404) 566-5052
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
Tanya Digiovanni-Goldbach, Counselor  in Atlanta
“So . .. you have decided to try out therapy, Good For You. Finding a therapist that fits your needs and personality is often a tricky part of the therapy process. Even though most therapists are different, it seems we all look somewhat similar in a brief opening statement. In reading the Bio's of other therapists I found many similarities between them and myself. I believe what sets therapists apart from each other is not just our theoretical framework but also the way in which we work with clients.
(770) 361-8089
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
R. Matthew Kamins, Psychiatrist  in Atlanta
“I am a Psychiatrist who specializes in combining psychotherapy and medication. I prefer to serve as the primary psychotherapist for my patients.
(404) 620-5593
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
David Mashburn  in Atlanta
“I provide integrative psychotherapy and life/career coaching services by partnering with you in a thought-provoking & creative process that inspires maximum personal & professional potential. Areas of expertise include anxiety, depression, addiction/substance abuse, loss/grief, trauma/post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), couples/relationships, and lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgendered (LGBT) issues. Additionally, I provide life & career coaching for people who do not have clinically significant mental health problems or diagnoses. Coaching clients (ages 20+) are self-motivated, open-minded & love to learn. Perhaps you may have an uneasy sense that something needs to change but not sure where to start.
(404) 586-4493
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Jaymie Fox, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“As a licensed clinical psychologist, my primary specialty focuses on the assessment and treatment of pervasive developmental disorders, including Autistic Disorder and Asperger's Disorder, as well as neurocognitive deficits secondary to other acute and chronic medical conditions. I also assess and treat a wide range of other emotional and behavioral concerns. I enjoy working with families from diverse cultural backgrounds, abilities, ages, and presenting complaints.
(678) 820-6661
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Mindy Jewett, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
“Do you want to have a more balanced life? Are feelings of sadness, disconnection, and fear getting in the way of following the path that you want? I utilize an approach that's focused on acceptance and change to help you overcome obstacles in your life. Learn how to let go of your struggles, be more mindful, and clarify what really matters so you can start committing to living a full and vibrant life. I provide a safe and compassionate place to unpack the burdens that you have been carrying, and will sit with you in your experience without being critical or judgmental.
(678) 929-2962
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
Joy Harden, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I am a licensed Psychologist in the state of Georgia. I specialize in individual and couples counseling, working with issues that include breakup and divorce recovery, depression, work-life balance, relationship skills and self-esteem improvement. I also have a wealth of knowledge in working with undergraduate and graduate students with procrastination, stress management, dissertation/thesis support and career development.
(404) 586-4645
Atlanta, Georgia 30350
Sonya M Anderson, Counselor  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PhD, LPC, NCC, FAPA, BCC
“My practice welcomes and embraces diversity and inclusion. I am passionate about assisting individuals in evolving themselves to their most productive level of living, so that they may simultaneously experience optimum joy and excellent health (mental and physical)! I teach strategies that promote positive attitudes, rational behavior, responsible choices, fulfilling relationships, and the discovery of the authentic self. I use an eclectic theoretical approach.
(404) 461-9179
Atlanta, Georgia 30311
Rochelle Galletti, Counselor  in Atlanta
“My style is nurturing, empowering, compassionate, and when needed gently challenging. I work collaboratively with my clients in helping them to develop specific goals and strategies they can use to overcome obstacles that are causing distress. While my approach to therapy is tailored to each individual client's needs, I primarily utilize cognitive behavioral therapy in my work with clients. This type of therapy focuses on changing maladaptive thinking patterns that often contribute to problems like anxiety, depression, low-self-esteem, anger, addictions, and relationship conflicts.
(404) 994-2984 x1011
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Martin Ray, Counselor  in Atlanta
“It is my goal to apply the techniques, processes, and approaches available to a mental health professional to assist clients manage and overcome a diverse range of issues. I have a particular interest working with depression, anxiety, and the impact of chronic pain and illness. The physical and mental impact of chronic pain in my own life served as the catalyst for a career as a mental health professional. Through better understanding of peoples lives and struggles, I collaborate with clients to shape the proper therapeutic style and direction to increase day-to-day functioning and enjoyment of life.
(678) 825-8597
Atlanta, Georgia 30338
Janice Stevens, Counselor  in Atlanta
“"How can I help you?" Let's look at the following ways in which I as a Professional Counselor can help you. * Establish and maintain healthy relationships * Develop or reclaim self-confidence and self-worth * Define and set healthy boundaries * Gain clarity and confidence in making wise decisions * Restore hope when hope has been lost for a time * Identify and fulfill your personal needs * Establish emotional stability * Find ways of coping with problems.
(404) 445-1394
Atlanta, Georgia 30338
Jack L Abernathy, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Your pain and suffering does not have to be. No matter what you are feeling and thinking, it is not your fault. Give yourself the gift of therapy and find someone who can help you find relief, comfort, and happiness. I offer the first part of that gift as a free 1 hour consultation. In the recent past, families have had the stability of living in one place with resources such as grandparents and lifelong friends. Now we move, change jobs often, have blended and single parent families. Our resources are no longer there. Gift yourself and call someone.
(678) 929-6411
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Rene Ely, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MDiv, MA, LMFT
“I am a licensed clinical marriage and family psychotherapist. I've been in full-time practice for over twenty years. I conduct therapy and counseling with individuals of all ages, families, couples, partners, and business associates. I am passionate in my work and strive to create an environment in which together we seek to identify, understand and implement the skills needed to address the challenges you face in family, business, school, community and interpersonal relationships. The goal is freedom to live life to the fullest.
(678) 590-2966
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Ellen Marmon, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Relationships can be tough. Feelings of hurt, frustration, and loneliness can overwhelm us to the degree that it seems impossible to get back a sense of connectedness. But there is hope - with the right help, you can experience dramatic, positive change.
(404) 566-9990
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Doug Paul, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I enjoy working with a young person: late adolescent and/or young adult on their substance abuse issues. I take an approach with the young person through the use of popular culture; referencing movies, music and other media in an attempt to connect with them. It has been the most amazing thing to watch a young person get healthy and reduce or stop the harmful behaviors in their life.
(404) 666-8159
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Gail Phillips, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
“I help those who are 'stuck' and suffering to remove road blocks, feel more contented and achieve their personal, relationship, and career goals. I believe all individuals have the capacity to thrive. My job as your counselor is to help you remove roadblocks that keep you from thriving. I see our counseling relationship as one in which you set your goals, and I am privileged to work collaboratively with you to help you attain them.
(404) 998-8993
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
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