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Mariela Hiscox, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I am a Georgia licensed counselor and certified by the National Board of Certified Counselors. I have been practicing as a counselor for 15 years in the U.S. Prior to that, I worked for 20 years as a psychologist in Colombia and in Canada (MA level). I have training in several counseling techniques and adapt them to the uniqueness of each person. I coach my clients on their journey to achieve the life they want to live. We work on skills to develop self awareness, self acceptance and commitment to practice what they really care about.
(404) 633-9090
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Deborah Prudden Lathrop, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LMSW
“I have two main passions in life that have directed my career path: relationships and gifted individuals. I know what it takes to help both flourish, in spite of the obstacles they both face. As a caring, empathic, yet direct therapist I can help premarital couples prepare for what lies ahead, and help couples in a committed relationship rediscover their passion. Gifted individuals of all ages will find that my intimate knowledge of their emotional overexcitabilities helps me guide them through social, emotional and educational obstacles to reach their full potential.
(678) 820-6418
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
J. Todd George, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist in the state of Georgia, providing psychological services to children, adolescents, adults, as well as families. I am well versed in the diagnosis and treatment of attentional problems, behavioral disorders, anxiety disorders, depression, addiction, and post-traumatic stress disorder. Additionally, I specialize in psychological evaluations, including general psychological testing, parental fitness, psychosexual, psychoeducational, and forensic assessments.
(678) 820-6971
Atlanta, Georgia 30341
Jaidei Jackson, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I focus on helping people with relationship problems. I have been trained to help men & women transform their relationships to each other by impacting the conversations they are having. My role is to support you to move beyond the pain, hurt, disappointment, frustration, and confusion to one of clarity, healing, forgiveness, adoration, & joy through the giving and receiving of Devotion, Love, Trust and Respect. I assist people in developing more effective relationship skills & to deal with the issues that arise when our relationship are unsuccessful. I assist people in tapping into their inner wisdom in order to make healthy choices.
(678) 621-2326
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
Mark Dannenfelser, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I specialize in the treatment of trauma, PTSD, loss, stress, anxiety and depression. I utilize a cognitive-behavioral approach, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), combining empirically validated clinical practices and mind/body methods. I am founding director of the Mindfulness Center of Atlanta, where I teach Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Training in corporations, schools, private and community organizations and health facilities. I teach in the Graduate Division of Theology at Spring Hill College, Atlanta. I offer individual and group spiritual direction, retreats and workshops on spirituality.
(404) 369-8679
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Evening Recovery Program, Counselor  in Atlanta
“A Comprehensive Outpatient Program Treating Alcohol And/Or Drug Addictions. The Program is led by licensed professional counselors with over 24 years of experience treating adults suffering from addictions. The Program meets 3 nights per week for 6 weeks followed by once a week Aftercare. Ideal for those wanting a small, confidential therapy setting and groups offered evenings to allow for you to continue work and daily responsibilities.
(770) 999-0935
Atlanta, Georgia 30338
Nancy Jane Gup, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I am most suited to work with adults often referred as being highly functioning. My client is still able to work or go to school and does not have current or past criminal charges. My clients seek help with: grief, depression, anxiety, sexual orientation, relationships, self esteem, family of origin, career or academic concerns. I focus my work on providing individual (not family or couples) psychotherapy for ages 22 or older with an emphasis in working with clients 40 and above. I have 20 years of experience in providing corporate consultation including but not limited to employee assistance programs, threat assessments, and critical incident debriefings.
(404) 566-5887
Atlanta, Georgia 30341
Shane Davis Jack, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Are you having trouble with difficult people in your life? Do you want to make your home a happier place? Is your child making choices you're worried about? Does your child struggle at school? Do you want to find your way back to love? Is it hard for you to let go of the past and live in the present? Do you wish you could perform better at school or at work? I am here to help...
(678) 515-5767
Atlanta, Georgia 30338
Evolving Self, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“Do you find yourself needing a change? I'd like to work with you on your evolution. Solution focused, goal oriented therapy is here for you with a special emphasis on the therapeutic relationship. I am priviledeged to have partnered with individuals, couples and groups on their journeys towards better mental health and quality of life for over 20 years. From Harvard to community mental health and private practice. I look forward to connecting with you.
(781) 728-0057
Atlanta, Georgia 30346
InnerChange,LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
“Empowering individuals and families towards real change. Inner Change,LLC works with individuals, families, groups and corporations in building upon existing strengths and inner resources to improve personal outcomes. Inner Change, LLC is an evidence based therapeutic counseling and education center serving the needs of anyone seeking support towards real change.
(404) 994-4441
Atlanta, Georgia 30340
David L Rouzer, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I often work with symptoms of anxiety, depression, and relationship problems. I have 30+ years of experience, and feel comfortable with the entire age spectrum, including adolescents struggling to separate psychologically from their families of origin. I often work with couples, both pre- and post-marriage, using a family systems model. Where appropriate, I refer for psychiatric advice on medication. I explore psychological factors with attention to developmental background and current social context. Often, I use psychological tests to add objectivity to my formulation of a particular case. I see the therapeutic relationship as an important vehicle for growth and healing.
(770) 450-5019
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Phyllis Carrera, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I help individuals motivated to change their lives or relationships--to break unhealthy habits, eliminate pain, or heal from a significant event that has taken over their life. With deep respect, tender regard, and a healthy dose of humor, I help you draw on your strength, foster emotional resilience, deepen self-awareness, and reshape your identity to live the life you want to live. With my encouragement, you'll identify barriers that keep you stuck, release emotions that weigh you down, and make empowering choices that free you from the past and create a promising new future.
(678) 245-6196
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“Hello, and thank you for taking the time to visit my profile. I believe in the power of a safe and trusting therapeutic relationship. It is within this relationship that growth and change occur. I view my role in the therapeutic relationship as the coach. I am here to coach you through life's challenges and problems as well as celebrate along with you in your accomplishments, victories and good times. I am here to offer guidance and support in addition to knowledge, experience, skill and a listening ear. I utilize a variety of treatment modalities which include DBT, CBT, solution focused, and family systems.
(404) 900-7784
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Thomas H Conley, Pastoral Counselor  in Atlanta
Pastoral Counselor, BD, ThM
“I have over 50 years of experience as a counselor, psychotherapist, spiritual director, Baptist minister, and since 1995, a priest in the Episcopal Church. I am retired as Canon Pastor of the Cathedral of St. Philip here in Atlanta. Since 2001, the Center has endeavored to offer spiritual and emotional support that is accessible, affordable, and diverse in its approaches.
(404) 620-2519
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Tim McDaniel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Saturday appointments now available! Are you a straight male wanting to better understand yourself, your life and your emotions? Are you a gay male over 45 who is in the process of coming out and seek a safe place to talk? If so, I might be able to help you. I enjoy working with gay and straight men who are looking to better understand themselves as well as find out where, and how, they fit in the world.
(404) 369-7836
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Elana Neustadter,   in Atlanta
“Mothers who are calm and happy have a huge impact on their family and the future emotional and physical well being of their children. As our children's greatest teacher, it is critical to practice and teach effective methods of dealing with daily stress, while creating personal joy and fulfillment. Stress impacts not only our mental, emotional and physical health and but our marriage, work and our children's ability to function and grow. Together, we can replace your feelings of anxiety, stress and chaos into a life of calmness, self-understanding, and happiness. There's truly no reason to remain stuck in emotional pain.
(646) 807-4395
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Lori Gurinsky Owens, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Do you ever say to yourself, "I know I could be doing better. I can't handle the stress in my life. I don't feel like I have anyone to talk to?" People often describe me as "A warm, tell- it -like- it -is therapist who doesn't just sit there and nod her head." We ALL go through tough times where we may look back and say, "It would've been helpful if I had seen a therapist." Allow yourself this opportunity to not struggle alone and have help.
(404) 666-8573
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
Maliaka Berkeley, Psychiatrist  in Atlanta
“Dr. Berkeley has traveled a long way from her roots in the South American nation of Guyana and the island of Barbados. She attended the University of Virginia for her undergraduate studies then went on to achieve her M.D. from Howard University College of Medicine. While pursuing her residency in General Psychiatry at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, Dr. Berkeley was presented with the Women Leaders in Psychiatry award. Dr. Berkeley is board certified in General Psychiatry by the American Board of Neurology and Psychiatry.
(404) 994-5459
Atlanta, Georgia 30350
Woodfin Threlkeld, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“We are social beings. The success of our relationships is the main determinant of how healthy we are emotionally. I specialize in helping people to develop more effective relationship skills and to deal with the issues that arise when our relationships are unsuccessful. I believe that we possess the solutions to our problems. I can help you to become aware of those solutions and to develop the strength to effectively apply them.
(404) 566-9109 x2
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
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