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Therapists in Atlanta

Allison B Hill, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Working with a psychologist should be collaborative experience that is rewarding and beneficial for you. I believe in supporting my clients throughout successes and challenges, and love my work. Finding a therapist that is appropriate for you is important. As such, I offer a free phone consultation as an opportunity for us to get to know each other before we begin our work together. I work with individuals of all ages throughout all phases of life, and find a supportive, empowering approach to be a crucial part of my work. You are in the driver seat of your therapy!
(404) 620-6835
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Kristen Aycock, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Do you frequently feel stressed? Is stress leading to arguments with your partner? Are you feeling overwhelmed? Sometimes, no matter how hard we try, stress has a way of hijacking our resources.
(678) 681-9905
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Linda Pak, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I work with many people who feel overwhelmed by stress, have lost sense of meaning in their lives, or feel out of control. They repeat the same life patterns again and again. Clients may have focused on the opinions of others more than their own, entered relationships/jobs they never wanted, or feel generally unfulfilled. My clients want to learn how to be happy again or for the first time. My therapeutic style builds on client self-acceptance, empowerment, and coping skills. We work together to help gain control over decisions, values, and communication styles.
(404) 369-4368
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Jared Smiley, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I'm glad you found me.
(404) 994-5260
Atlanta, Georgia 30312
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
Tom Friedrichs, Ph.D., P.C., Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I have a great deal of experience doing full psychological/psychoeducational evaluations of children, adolescents and adults. Therapeutically, I work particularly well with adolescents (age 15 to 25), adults and couples.
(404) 586-4129
Atlanta, Georgia 30342
Charmaine J Simmons, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I specialize in journeying with women and adolescents into having a deeper understanding of self and learning how to overcome hurt, anxiety or depression. My theoretical orientation is humanistic in nature, while integrating cognitive-behavioral and mindfulness principles. Counseling Services are provided through A.T.L. Psychotherapy & Consulting Services, LLC.
(404) 620-4684
Atlanta, Georgia 30331
Galen E Cole, Counselor  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PhD, MPH, LPC, DAPA
“Life's difficult! After 30 years of marriage and raising children, I understand this first hand. Life's also difficult in the workplace. Having worked as a clinician and at the highest levels of local and national organizations, I've encountered problems that I never imagined when I received my doctorate degree and entered the workforce in 1982. Frankly, I've "been there and done that" when it comes to solving many difficult individual and interpersonal problems. My experience, taken together with my professional training, provide me with a unique ability to help you resolve difficult issues and attain your goals.
(404) 671-9371
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Philip J Flores, Psychologist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychologist, PhD, ABPP, CGP, FAGPA
“I work exclusively with adults in both individual and group psychotherapy. My primary focus is on relational issues.Over thirty years of practicing psychotherapy have taught me that the cornerstone for happiness and mental health is directly related to a person's capacity to establish and maintain healthy interpersonal relationships. The research on this is pretty impressive. People who have healthy relationships and a supportive network of friends and family have fewer mental health problems like depression and anxiety, live longer, have less physical and emotional illness, and if they become ill, they recover more quickly.
(404) 994-5313
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Brian J Smith, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I am a licensed psychologist who provides psychotherapy to adults, couples, college students, families, parents, adolescents, and children. I have valuable experience in addressing areas such as depression, anxiety/stress, panic attacks, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), relationships, family-of-origin issues, assertiveness, parenting, oppositional/disruptive behavior, social skills, self-esteem, anger management, trauma/PTSD, conflict resolution, and difficulty with transitions. I specialize in working with couples (dating, engaged/pre-marital, married) to improve their relationship through effective communication and conflict resolution skills, and offer relationship assessment through the Prepare-Enrich Model. I also specialize in working with college students, teenagers, children and their families.
(770) 953-4744 x44
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Stacia Mckinlay, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I have a passion for working with children and helping them develop the tools they need to reach their goals. I focus on building self-esteem and creating positive change. In therapy, I provide opportunities for creative self-expression using play and art. I believe it is important to create a fun environment where children are encouraged to be themselves while working on their goals. I specialize in working with children and adolescents with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, emotional struggles, Anxiety, Mood Disorders, Depression, Developmental Disabilities and Autism, Oppositional Defiance Disorder, adjustment difficulties, anger management, and social skills struggles.
(770) 285-5299
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Fiona Hall, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Ms. Hall is a Licensed Professional Counselor with over eight years of experience in the mental health field with specialization in trauma therapy using Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), play therapy and family system therapy. She has worked in a variety of settings including residential, community and private practice and has worked with young children, adolescents, families and couples.Ms. Hall believes that knowing yourself is the beginning of wisdom and that all people have the ability to maximum their personal potential.
(404) 341-5570
Atlanta, Georgia 30306
Tony Rooney, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“My style is casual and egalitarian. We are equals working together to improve the quality of your experience of being alive. In my lucid moments, I am powerfully aware that the causes of our suffering are not our circumstances, but rather how we perceive them and relate to them. Fortunately, these are things we CAN change. Thus my aim as a therapist is to help you change your moment-to-moment APPROACH to being alive, rather than trying to "fix" your circumstances. I find that if we truly change our WAY of being, our circumstances naturally change along with us.
(404) 369-2502
Atlanta, Georgia 30306
Katherine S Spencer, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I am a licensed psychologist who specializes in pediatric psychology and health psychology. This means I trained in medical settings with children, teens, and adults, and I have a unique set of skills well suited for treating you or your family member. While health and illness can impact emotional and behavioral functioning, psychological functioning can also impact health. My goal is to help clients achieve a better quality of life. To do this, I use cognitive-behavioral therapy, relaxation, biofeedback, and mindfulness. I am also on staff at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta and Shepherd Center.
(678) 882-7889 x727
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Licia Freeman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MEd
“I work with individuals,couples, and families. Couples who are raising children and transitioning to parenthood, couples who want to bring back connection and romance to their relationship, Intercultural/Interfaith couples who want to work on family identity and raising Third Culture Kids, couples who are dealing with infertility and loss. I also work with women and the many emotional issues they endure related to their reproductive hormones, such as PMS, PMDD, Pregnancy and Childbirth, Infertility,Menopause, and help them feel more in charge.. I have extensive background in working with individuals experiencing depression, anxiety disorders, OCD, sexual disorders, bipolar disorder, acculturation issues, and stress
(770) 352-0029
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Leanna Hammett, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I have a passion for guiding people through life's challenges by encouraging change through self-awareness and autonomy. I operate from a client-centered, strength-based perspective and believe individuals have the courage and ability within themselves to create change within their lives. I strongly believe in the importance of respecting each client's individual concerns, and central to my work as a therapist is the belief that I am not the expert, rather my clients are the experts on themselves. I am there as a resource and companion in each client's own unique journey of self-discovery.
(832) 462-7387
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Pat Stogner, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“My intention in working with you is to help you change unwanted behavior patterns. These patterns are frequently based on negative conclusions we may have drawn about ourselves in the past. I typically use a blend of traditional talk therapy combined with experiential approaches such as hypnotherapy, breathwork, psychodrama, Holographic Memory Resolution and meditation. In this way we are able to re-introduce you to your strengths as well as take the healing to a deeper level. I consider it a privilege to do this work and I honor you for undertaking the challenge of personal growth.
(678) 671-7267 x223
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Gabriella M Thompson, Counselor  in Atlanta
“It is my experience and belief children and their families desire a loving bond and connection despite the life obstacles they may endure. My techniques and interventions provide reassurance, support, guidance and insight through cognitive behavioral, behavioral modification,play therapy and trainings.My entire professional career, over 15 years, has involved working with children and their families dealing with crises and/or temporary concerns. I have experiences in settings such as daycares, emergency shelters, residential facilities, mental health outpatient clinics, and foster homes. I work in tandem with pediatricians, psychologists, psychiatrists, and teachers to ensure the best effective treatment for my young clients.
(404) 445-1387
Atlanta, Georgia 30331
Mark Dennis Ackerman, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I have helped many people improve their lives in categories including sexual functioning and relationships, internet and sexual addiction, work and career stress, and attention deficit (ADD). The core of my training as a psychologist focuses on assisting clients with making changes in their lifestyle that will enhance their quality of life and overall productivity. I draw from many therapy perspectives choosing those that will work best for the problems presented. You will find that our sessions are pragmatic and combine insight with learning new approaches to facilitate change.
(678) 824-2441
Atlanta, Georgia 30327
Callahan Pope McDonough, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
“I enjoy collaborating with men and women to achieve lives that are fulfilling and successful.Counseling creates support that enables individuals: 1.to gain insight into habits & patterns that inhibit their growth & success, 2. to learn new skills to achieve a more productive life, and 3. to live passionately and at their best. 4. experience relationships that work. > Call Callahan today: 404.614.2855
(404) 614-2855
Atlanta, Georgia 30308
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