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Therapists in Atlanta

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Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, LMFT
“Work with adults individually, as a couple, family & in groups. Mostly concerned with persons meeting the goals they set for themselves increasing the quality if their lives & relationships. Strongly believe in persons expressing what needs to be said & felt to me & an other(s). Believe nothing that a person holds inside can not be communicated with support. Interested in helping the adult of all ages know & speak their truth.
(404) 900-7643
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
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
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.
(404) 566-5017
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
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.
(404) 448-2395
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Bob Fredrick, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
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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
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.
(404) 953-5918
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Carole E. Smith, Counselor  in Atlanta
“In my work I respond to each client uniquely based on his or her individual needs. My goal is to help clients connect with their own internal and external resources. Over 20 years of experience as a counselor have taught me that learning to love oneself is the most basic building block to successful and lasting change and that a comfortable and honest relationship between the client and the counselor is crucial.
(404) 308-5615
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
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.
(678) 929-2406
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Rene Ely, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
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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
Kenneth Block, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Give yourself the power today! Take the opportunity to benefit from my 30 years of psychological experience and psychotherapy skill, in a no non-sense, action oriented approach to help you learn to overcome those ineffective habits that interfere with obtaining the achievement and joy you deserve. I specialize in working individual adults as well as with couples to teach how to overcome self defeating emotions and behaviors such as anxiety, anger, depression and addiction. With regard to substance misuse, if you've been displeased with 12 – step oriented programs to that require a "higher power" concept, let me introduce you to an alternative approach that helps you to overcome addiction and maintain control of your life. Please check out my website www.drkennethblock.com.
(404) 369-2688
Atlanta, Georgia 30359
Dewitt Alfred (770-939-1288), Psychiatrist  in Atlanta
“Dr. Alfred began his career as a psychiatrist in 1999 after completing his training at the Morehouse School of Medicine. Since that time he has worked in corrections, university, research, and private practice. Dr. Alfred sees children, adolescents, and adults. He also is Suboxone certified and has experience treating those with substance abuse issues. He is dual licensed in Georgia as well as the state of Michigan to practice psychiatry. He has broad understanding and application of psychiatric principles related to psychopharmacology and also has an advanced degree in public health.
(678) 293-7079
Atlanta, Georgia 30341
Don Walker, Counselor  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MAMFC, MACE, LAPC
“If you are looking at my profile, you are looking for a professional to help you through a tough time in your life. There are no magic answers, but I will help facilitate your growth during difficult times. I will listen as you describe your struggles, and help you develop skills and strategies to move past the barriers you are facing at this time.
(678) 381-8332
Atlanta, Georgia 30338
Heather McCormack-Moon, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Being present and curious without judgment is at the core of my work with clients. The goal of therapy is for clients to learn to do this for themselves in order to reduce their suffering and accept life as it unfolds.
(404) 900-7579
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Marjorie E Blum, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I work with individuals, couples, and families in an engaged and interactive fashion. I see our work together as collaborative and respectful. I enjoy using humor and creativity in the service of healing and problem solving. Even before these tough economic times, I believe in working quickly and efficiently (whenever possible). Therapy is a temporary state with life long impact!
(404) 369-7202
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
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
Scott Conkright, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I have been practicing over fifteen years. I addition to treating depression and anxiety, I have been very involved in working with sexual orientation issues such as coming out and bisexuality, as well as treating compulsive behaviors. I currently run a men's group, a gay and bisexual men's group, and a mixed gender group. I am also involved in training other therapists about sexual orientation issues and about group psychotherapy. Please visit my site at www.atlantatherapy.com for more information.
(404) 566-8091
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
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
Elham Bagheri, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“When we go through difficulties, we do whatever it takes to protect ourselves, which is necessary for our survival. We may, however, rely on survival strategies that interfere with our ability to meet our needs. Strategies such as avoidance, self blame, passivity, aggression, self neglect, and people pleasing. I aim to help you address these and/or other strategies that can interfere with healing of old wounds, resolution of current difficulties, and the process of self discovery.
(404) 975-2911
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
Eric Charles Groh, Counselor  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MS, LPC, NCGC-II, (Gambl, Coun
“Browse my calendar and instantly schedule an appointment or view a slide show of my office interior at psychotherapyatlanta.com For over 20 years, I have used a warm and caring approach to counseling people. Stress can be triggered by a death, divorce, job loss. You have the ability to work through these struggles! We will work together to increase self-esteem and restore a strong sense of control in your life. I use the latest techniques including Dynamic/Interpersonal Therapy and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. Let's also work together to transform self-defeating relationship patterns into healthy ones!
(404) 369-2330
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Veronica B Pomeranz, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I work with clients in my private practice, who I believe have the capacity to resolve their own problems, however, there are times in our lives when we need assistance. I believe that as people become more accepting of themselves, they are more capable of finding happiness and contentment in their lives. I provide a safe environment for clients to explore their life path and integrate wellness with the necessary aspects of change.
(770) 380-0044
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
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