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Christine Leeds, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
“Skill, Safety, Compassion Results Christine Leeds combines 30 years of mental health experience with her life long spiritual studies to bring depth and focus to the work of healing ourselves. Transforming our beliefs and attitudes, healing our relationships and learning to love ourselves are key focuses in the work. Consciously creating a life that we choose to live is the goal. Christine is highly skilled and gifted in a wide variety of experiential techniques including guided imagery and eleven years of EMDR practice. She works with individuals and couples and workshop trainings for small groups.
(404) 566-7498
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
Yurandol Powers, Counselor  in Atlanta
“It's hard to know where to turn when seeking help. You want someone who understands your concerns and your values. Someone who has helped others like you in similar situations. You need someone you can trust. Someone who knows how to help you, when you need help the most. I believe that an effective counselor exhibits respect, authenticity, genuineness, empathy, acceptance, and unconditional positive regard. I work very hard to cultivate and nurture a warm, authentic, accepting, non-judging and empathic stance with my clients.My priority is to help clients develop meaningful relationships, gain personal insight, greater self-understanding and self-acceptance.
(678) 916-8609
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Claire Horner, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Whether for coping, healing, or growing, therapy is a rich asset. You might be preparing to blend families in a new marriage, recovering from substance abuse, managing anxiety or depression, sorting through trauma brought on by abuse, abandonment, crime, illness, or war, needing to understand the mental illness of a loved one, needing support through life transitions, or seeking insight as to how past experiences are impacting current relationships. I work with you from the belief that we are not bits and pieces that work separately, but interactive systems that break down during grief, trauma, life transitions, and other experiences.
(404) 666-8104
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
Marty A. Wakeland, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have over 20 years of experience in the field of mental health. I enjoy working with a variety of populations , including but not limited to people who are anxious, depressed, struggling with relationships, recovery, or have a history of abuse or trauma. I work well at helping people learn to take better care of themselves, and support whatever spiritual journey a person may choose. At the heart of good psychotherapy is an open and honest relationship, where my task is to be mindful always of peoples choices.
(404) 566-7657
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
Stacey Cohen, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Stacey's expertise includes working with people struggling with dual diagnosis and substance dependence, mood and thought disorders, depression, anxiety, ADD/ADHD, trauma/PTSD, life transitions, grief/loss, adult children of addicts, LGBTQI related issues, and spirituality for the young adult, and adult populations. Stacey is currently taking new clients and works with individuals, couples, and families alike.
(678) 820-6672
Atlanta, Georgia 30341
Joe Turner, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Anxiety, depression, stress, relationship issues: They happen for everyone. Sometimes it's good to have some assistance. Maybe life is being exceptionally difficult right now. Maybe you just need a clear space where you can re-discover the real goals that are buried in the stress. Or maybe you're in a relationship, trying to get closer to someone important to you. Therapy can help. In the therapeutic conversation, we can look under the surface. We can find the buried tangles that dull your satisfaction and block you from making change. And we can sort them out. Gently. Safely.
(404) 566-7867
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
Patti Lyons, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“You are not alone! No matter what problems you are facing, you can overcome them and I will teach you how. My training and experience is in treating COUPLES, INDIVIDUALS and FAMILIES. I treat COUPLES AND FAMILIES who are having difficulties communicating, resolving issues, or navigating family transitions successfully. For several years I have worked with couples and families in which a member has a Psychiatric illness. The majority of my clientele are INDIVIDUALS. I have extensive experience treating Anxiety Disorder, Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Adjustment Disorder, Relational Issues. My highest priority is helping you open doors to a new life.
(678) 379-5969
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
Angela Wacht, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Grief and loss can be scary, painful and confusing. You are not alone. If you have experienced a death of a loved one, loss of a meaningful relationship, or loss of identity and self and feel as if you can not move on, there is hope. My personal and professional experience with death, grief and loss has led me to the sacred space in which I can now support others. You CAN feel hopeful and joyful again through counseling, Breathwork and/or Grief Recovery®.
(678) 394-3589
Atlanta, Georgia 30341
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.
(678) 929-4804
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.
(678) 929-9691
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Carrie Heller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, RPT
“I specialize in work with children and families. Particularly children with Developmental Delays as well as any sort of problem manifesting as a behavior issue.
(404) 586-4091
Atlanta, Georgia 30317
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
Bob Fredrick, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“People come into therapy because something does not seem right with their life and they want to change – but change is difficult. I see my role as one who listens and helps the client listen to themselves. So often it is difficult to hear our own inner voice because of all the demands of marriage, family, and work. Many of us have been in "training" to not hear ourselves for a long time. Therapy provides a way to listen to yourself - a way that breaks out of the old patterns that can be so self-defeating.
(404) 369-1519
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
ParentingHeart,   in Atlanta
“Are you struggling as a mom with a long to-do list, little time for yourself, and keeping your cool when the kids are losing it themselves? Are you tired of yelling, nagging, counting 1-2-3, and resorting to coercion or bribes to get your child to listen?! I can help you discover new ways to embrace parenting and bring peace and harmony into your family life. I like to teach and coach baby steps--small shifts in how you parent--that can produce BIG RESULTS in reducing conflict, meltdowns, and defiance.
(678) 853-5591
Atlanta, Georgia 30338
Keely Foster, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I have over 20 years of experience working with women, men and children. I started in Mississippi as a County Supervisor for a local mental health center. I then moved to Atlanta where she worked for about 16 years in public and private mental health. She is able to provide individual, family, couples and sexual abuse counseling.
(404) 566-9051
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Kelly M Lewis, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Congratulations! You just made an important step in the change process and are on your way to positive growth and wellness. This is an essential ingredient in your future success! You are not alone. Healing and success are possible and I want to help you get there. Through empirically supported psychotherapy, coaching, evaluation and personal development, I will work with you to overcome adversity and secure fresh perspectives and new directions for the next phase of life. You are wonderfully made in body, mind, and spirit. Wholeness and success are within reach. Let me support you in your journey!
(404) 341-4852
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Sunamita Tuple, Counselor  in Atlanta
“"I believe, in each of us, there is an inherent need to be understood and accepted. I believe psychotherapy involves building a caring relationship in which clients feel safe and at ease. My goal for our time together is to help you better understand yourself, understand patters behind the choices you make and equip you with coping skills that will enable you to more effectively deal with life stressors."
(678) 929-4679
Atlanta, Georgia 30341
Darvin L Hege, Psychiatrist  in Atlanta
“I am passionate about using the most advanced technology, new medicines, and refined diagnoses. I welcome the opportunity to help you. Every day I look forward to seeing who comes back getting better, and who will stretch my knowledge and experience because they aren't getting better yet. I've seen so many difficult cases get better over the years that I never give up. And when these patients do get better, they are the most gratifying cases of all.
(770) 450-8395
Atlanta, Georgia 30338
“My approach to counseling is strength-based, integrative and solution focused. I am particularly skilled in working with clients dealing with mood disorders, life transitions, grief, couples conflict and parenting issues. I utilize evidenced based treatment modalities to guide clients toward peace and wellness.
(678) 647-1104
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Lisa Shankman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Life throws a lot of curves our way. As a therapist, my goal is to help you navigate through life's challenges with more confidence and embrace the YOU you want to be. I work with individuals, couples and families facing such challenges who are seeking change and have a desire to draw upon their strengths in tackling internal and relational issues.
(404) 586-4252
Atlanta, Georgia 30350
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