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Eating Disorders Therapists in Atlanta
Anorexia, Bulimia

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.
Eating Disorders
(678) 408-4610
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Angela D Schaffner, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I work best with clients struggling with eating disorders, and I believe full recovery is possible.
Eating Disorders
(770) 676-1655 x212
Atlanta, Georgia 30338
Katherine C Thyne, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I use a direct, yet supportive/ positive approach to sessions with the focus on improving life skills and releasing negative beliefs and behaviors. My experience has shown me that by changing unhealthy patterns, expressing fears and concerns, and taking gentle risks, it is possible to live a more satisfying life regardless of past traumas, issues, or how long the struggle. I use a combination of techniques depending on issues presented and we will work together on both short and long term goals. I am an interactive therapist and encourage intensive work both in and out of the office.
Eating Disorders
(678) 929-4804
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
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.
Eating Disorders
(678) 383-0074
Atlanta, Georgia 30341
Rebecca Clegg, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Does your life feel out of control, and that you are just going through the motions trying to keep up with everything? Maybe you feel a deep sense of anxiety or dread because you know, deep down, that this isn't the life you want to be living. You might be resorting to using food, or other "comforts" do deal with stress, but ultimately you know it isn't helping the problem. You are tired of putting a band aid on the problem. You are frustrated, and are tired of constantly feeling like you are struggling.
Eating Disorders
(404) 566-8858
Office is near:
Atlanta, Georgia 30341
Tara Arnold, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“Are you consumed with thoughts of food? Are you feeling ready for change in your life? Stop suffering and reach out now. Healing is possible and fulfilling. Many of us feel stuck in certain aspects of our lives. Maybe our relationships, career, or our family is not what we had envisioned for ourselves. I believe that through understanding and awareness, we can move towards becoming our true selves. Through understanding we can deepen our understanding of ourselves and others. We can learn to connect more fully with others and transform our lives.
Eating Disorders
(404) 964-6629
Office is near:
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
Kelly Harvey, Counselor  in Atlanta
“My focus in therapy is on relationship. People come to therapy because they have forgotten how to connect with their sense of self, identity, and wholeness, or they have had painful experiences with others which have injured their trust and ability to connect. Therapy is a process of relearning skills and experiencing a safe relationship while rediscovering the part of yourself that is healthy, and knows how to be happy and whole. Reconnect with that inner wisdom, and the symptom, be it anxiety, depression, relationship struggles, is solvable. My strength is in seeing people's unique beauty without judgment.
Eating Disorders
(603) 899-7231
Office is near:
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Focus Treatment Centers, Treatment Facility  in Atlanta
“Focus Treatment Centers offers compassionate, comprehensive and affordable treatment and advocacy for adults struggling with substance use and eating disorders. Our Whole Person Treatment approach reflects each patient's value and self worth while also providing hope that holds the celebrated promise of recovery. We offer a full continuum of care. Our Chattanooga campus offers inpatient detoxification, residential, partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient levels of care for substance addictions and eating disorders. Our Knoxville and Memphis locations offer intensive outpatient care for individuals struggling with various eating disorders including a track for Anorexia and Bulimia Nervosa as well as Compulsive and Emotional Eating. Each campus provides comprehensive and complimentary screening and assessments to help your patient determine the appropriate level of care. Compassionate professional staff is available to answer calls 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If treatment is indicated, and if your client chooses to accept treatment, we will verify insurance and begin the admissions process that same day.
Eating Disorders
(866) 948-9013
We serve:
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
Megan W Broadhead, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Everyone has the FULL potential to live a whole and healthy life, and therapy is one of the many possible spaces that we can become more conscious, and therefore, more alive. Are you looking for a therapist who aligns herself with you in genuine relationship? Someone who seeks to empower you to process life events and to encourage you in your own process of meaning making? I believe genuine connection with another human can foster growth & further self understanding. I look forward to exploring the ways that we might connect through therapy & look forward to your call or email.
Eating Disorders
(404) 994-3595
Hosts group in:
Atlanta, Georgia 30322
John Jay Faber, Psychiatrist  in Atlanta
“I'm a clinical, forensic, child and adult psychiatrist at Amen Clinics with over 2 decades of experience in psychiatry and pharmacological management. I served as President of BrainSource, a corporation teaching adolescents how to build successful lives. Supporting the work at BrainSource, I created programs to develop teens from good students into great leaders. I'm also former Vice President and Medical Director of ValueOptions serving 1.1 million members, where I created a new cost effective formula providing effective pharmacological agents and initiating a medical and behavior integration system to support patients' psychological and medical needs.
Eating Disorders
(678) 820-4767
Office is near:
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. . .
Eating Disorders
(770) 450-5030
Atlanta, Georgia 30338
Bonnie L Kessler, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Have you noticed the difficulty you may have had in initiating the first step in the therapy process? It is hard work. Often, it takes courage, a degree of emotional pain, and a leap of faith. There is good news. Psychotherapy will help. It will improve relationships and ease emotional difficulties. Our emotions and thoughts can have a deep impact upon our relationships. Many people are suffering silently from depression and anxiety. There are other symptoms that people feel, but there is a commonality amongst emotions. That first phone call is the hardest part, but it does get better.
Eating Disorders
(404) 566-5017 x2
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
Charles O'Connor, Counselor  in Atlanta
“First of all, thank you for viewing my profile! I want to help! I can assist you as you explore your life experiences and relationships to come to a fuller understanding of yourself and others. I believe that therapy is most beneficial when it is active, structured, and goal-directed, which means you play a critical part in the therapeutic process. Therapy is most effective and rewarding when your personal and relationship goals are clear and obtainable. I can help you clarify your goals and help you reach them in a way in which you feel capable, comfortable, and confident.
Eating Disorders
(678) 929-9691
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Ellen Brackup, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“So many therapists to choose from! It's overwhelming, right? What should you look for in picking a therapist? Someone who is enough like you that you can connect, and yet different enough that you can grow. It's hard to tell that from profiles, but you'll make the right decision. It takes guts to be in psychotherapy, because psychotherapy is about really looking at yourself, and seeing what you do well and what needs to be changed. It's about gradually coming to trust the relationship we build together, and using that relationship for safety, support, and feedback.
Eating Disorders
(404) 231-4455
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
Twilynn M. Jourdain, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Twilynn has over 20 years experience working in the Human Services Industry. She provides individual, couple, and family therapy in a private practice setting. She specializes in working with those who suffer from depression, have experienced trauma and abuse, experience anxiety and stress, have communication challenges within their family system, and/or have difficulty in making life transitions. She has extensive experience working with adolescents addressing, self-esteem issues, teaching decision-making and problem solving skills, and working through school related issues. Twilynn also has extensive experience working with the LGBT community.
Eating Disorders
(404) 334-7935
Atlanta, Georgia 30350
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.
Eating Disorders
(404) 586-4645
Atlanta, Georgia 30350
Kevin Buckins, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Life can be hard, and we all face challenges inevitably--some deep and profound, others simpler and more superficial--but feeling stuck or hopeless doesn't have to be a way of life. It's my goal to help you discover solutions that are right for you--whether your problem is feeling stuck in a loveless relationship, trapped in a job you don't like, addicted, lost, or even just generally unfulfilled and wanting more. I'm a professionally trained, licensed, and very experienced therapist--but a realistic, logical, and hopeful human being first and foremost.
Eating Disorders
(678) 929-2406
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Kim Morrow Taff, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Have you just lost someone you love? Or has it been quite a while and you've found that time alone hasn't helped you feel any better? Even though grieving is a natural process, why does it feel so difficult? No matter what type of loss you have suffered, you already know that your heart is broken. The question is "what do I do about it?" You do not have to be alone in your grief. I can help you through the process with the information and guidance you need to find a sense of emotional completion instead of avoidance and isolation.
Eating Disorders
(404) 953-5918
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Laura Laliberte-Bodner, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Does life seem difficult or challenging? Lets focus on how you can begin to feel better about yourself or your situation. People walk into the office for many different reasons and there are various effective approaches to the issues you struggle with in life. The type of approach we would use depends on your personality and comfort level. We will be discussing which coping skills fit your situation and needs the best. Therapy has been proven to create positive, life-changing effects. It can help you change the direction your life is going in. Choosing to engage in psychotherapy is admirable.
Eating Disorders
(404) 448-2395
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Pat Drerup-Cotter, M.S., Ed.S., Counselor  in Atlanta
“I work with anxiety disorders,inclusive of panic attacks, social phobias, obsessive-compulsive disorder, posttraumatic stress disorder, acute stress disorder, and generalized anxiety. Secondary issues correlated to anxiety addressed are anger management, eating disorders, stress management, and growth/relationship issues. In addition, I work with self empowerment, self concept as well as grief and bereavement. I work with mood disorders, inclusive of bipolar disorder. I work with individuals, adults and couples. I address personality disorders, inclusive of borderline personality disorder, dependent personality, and schizotpal disorder. Treatment modalities include CBT, exposure therapy, psychodynamic, humanistic, DBT, mindfulness-based, and systematic desensitization tools.
Eating Disorders
(404) 402-2176
Atlanta, Georgia 30329

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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Atlanta have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Atlanta you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Atlanta and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Atlanta or family therapy in Atlanta.