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Therapists in Atlanta

Tracy Talmadge, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“As a licensed psychologist in independent practice, it is a privilege to use the intimate craft of psychology and witness individuals and couples change for the betterment of their lives. My values of altruism and autonomy guided me to this profession. I offer a straightforward, direct style that still maintains the caring and collaborative nature of my counseling psychology training. Patients experience this initially via my feedback session, after a two session evaluation, I conceptualize the problem, offer explanations regarding the etiology of the problem, and explain how I will work with you towards a satisfactory resolution.
(404) 566-5660
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Hilary Phillips, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Do you ever find yourself thinking - "Wow, this is not the way I thought my life would be..?" If so, you are not alone. Life is so hectic and demanding these days it's easy to feel disconnected from your relationships and the life you dream of having. I work with individuals and couples who want more from their life and their relationships. Whether dealing with communication or conflict challenges, low sexual desire, erectile or ejaculation issues; you can have more, and counseling can help.
(404) 369-1570
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Helen G Jenne, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I have a very warm approach to my patients and believe it is very important to have a good "match" between therapist and patient.
(404) 419-6282
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
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
Priscilla Conrad, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I can help individuals and couples who are searching for solutions to the hurt of broken or fragmented relationships. The emotional pain of anxiety, depression, or grief, can be replaced with a sense of hope and joy in living. Change takes time. My clients tell me my skills and training, together with a warm, nurturing, and supportive approach, significantly contributes to the process of rebuilding a sense of meaning and satisfaction with life. I would consider it a privilege to be able to work with you. When you're ready to begin, give me a call or email.
(404) 994-6670
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Sandcastles Child Therapy, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Hello. My name is Colleen Rapp. I am a child therapist and former school counselor and school teacher. I have been counseling and educating children for over 20 years. I love building that special relationship with children and witnessing remarkable change and growth. If you have questions or concerns about your child, please call me for a free consultation or contact me through my website. Together we can help your child become happy, healthy, and obtain the life skills necessary to lead a productive, successful, wonderful life.
(404) 384-7470
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
“I believe that good psychotherapy is rooted in a strong collaborative relationship. From the vantage point of this relationship, we can examine what needs to be accepted and what needs to be changed in daily life. I began my career decades ago in community mental health, and I have a good grasp of the relationship between immediate passions and long-term developmental needs. I have many different skills to bring to bear to assist in examining these issues, and in making and implementing good decisions. These skills include humanistic, gestalt, and cognitive behavioral therapy, as well as hypnosis.
(404) 873-6840
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
Amanda Newman, Counselor  in Atlanta
“"We don't do anything fun anymore." "We have nothing to talk about." Are these statements familiar to you and your spouse? Do you experience the same arguments over and over again, feeling stuck in a negative cycle? Do you wonder how to get back on the same page, despite all your differences? Maybe you believe your relationship is fine for now, but worry that it will settle into a state of complacency. If so, you are certainly not alone in your fears and frustrations. A lot of people fear marriage will end up boring and full of unresolved conflict.
(678) 831-2812
Atlanta, Georgia 30327
J. William Harkins, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MDiv, PhD, LMFT
“Our lives consist of transitions of all kinds. I enjoy meeting people in the spaces within those transitions. Often, such times are the occasion for discernment, assessment, and change. Whether you are experiencing depression, grief and loss, or you are simply seeking a safe context for considering "next steps," I provide a confidential, professional relationship for the journey. I focus on strengths as well as challenges and seek creative, imaginative solutions. I respect all life contexts and spiritual orientations. I enjoy working with individuals, couples, and families.
(678) 619-2580
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Thom Anderson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MMC, LCSW
“Creating the life and relationships you want is not only possible, it can be fun, exciting, healing. Old patterns, beliefs, hurts, traumas don't have to hold you back. Heal the past and create a rich, new and flexible present. Create a future that honors who you are and who you wish to become as an individual or as a couple or family. Become the author of your own life and relationships; create expansive opportunities and growth free from past patterns, rigid thinking, old wounds, childhood abuses, deep traumas or controlling fears and anxieties.
(678) 671-7554
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Kerri Golding, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you at your wits end with your child's behavior problems? Do you feel like you've tried everything, yet your child remains unmotivated? Do you just want your happy, loving child back? Whether your child is getting in trouble or feeling troubled, I can help!
(404) 996-1751
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
A. B. Kaplan, Counselor  in Atlanta
“As an intensively trained DBT therapist specializing in addiction/recovery, I use a collaborative approach with clients to help them in building a life worth living. As a performance coach and certified personal trainer, I assist an array of clients to achieve fitness, health and lifestyle goals by identifying how emotions directly impact their health, fitness and overall wellness. In teaching skills to both groups of clients, I help my clients to develop their own concrete plan to overcome the emotional and physical obstacles they grapple with and to move forward to achieve their goals.
(404) 566-9532
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Joshua M Noblitt, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MDiv, LMFT
“I provide individual, couples, family and group psychotherapy for adolescents and adults, specializing in sex therapy, spirituality, LGBT clients, grief/loss, anxiety/depression, premarital counseling, multicultural clients/families/issues, HIV/AIDS, and a variety of other presenting issues. I am a member of the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT) and am in process for certification as an AASECT approved sex educator and therapist. I hope that I can be of service to you as you engage the therapeutic process for yourself.
(404) 236-6874
Atlanta, Georgia 30308
Shawna Moss, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Do you feel you are the best version of you? I am a licensed clinical social worker who has been working with youth, families, individuals, couples and partners since 2005. I specialize in teaching people skills to manage trauma symptoms, decrease symptoms of anxiety and/or depression, learn ways to tolerate distress, improve interrelational skills and be more grounded and mindful. I also have a passion for helping people through life transitions, such as marriage, divorce, breakups, job loss, having children, etc. Treatment modalities I have training in and use are Family Systems, Client Centered, Solution Focused, TF-CBT, DBT, Family Preservation and CBT.
(404) 996-1021
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Angela R. Bethea, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“You're seeking change. You've tried to make a difference in your life, but without the results you want. I take a team approach to working with individuals to explore their personal goals and to identify challenges that have hindered change or sticking to a change plan.
(404) 654-3614
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Eric Hartman, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I am a licensed psychologist who specializes in the assessment and treatment of children, adolescents, and young adults who suffer from stress reactions, mood disorders, anxiety, anger and aggression problems, opposition, defiance, child maltreatment, family disruption and loss, ADHD, learning issues, and grief. I have received specialized training in utilizing trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy which has proven efficacious in treating posttraumatic stress disorder, complicated bereavement, depression, anxiety, externalizing behaviors, sexualized behaviors, feelings of shame, and mistrust. I also have an interest in working with bereaved children and family members who have lost loved ones through sudden or traumatic experiences.
(404) 721-0699
Atlanta, Georgia 30342
Ann Mckee Parker, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I have 20 years of clinical experience working with adults who are experiencing relationship problems, difficulty controlling anger, depression including pre and post partum,anxiety including OCD and PTSD, grief,and those battling chronic illness. I also treat older adults as they make their peace with the aging process as well as caregivers for family members with dementia and other medical issues. Having been a corporate psychologist for 11 years I am also well qualified to coach managers and executives as well as their families.
(404) 994-3425 x204
Atlanta, Georgia 30342
Steven E Simon, Counselor  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PhD, CRC, CLCP, LPC, PCC-S
“Are you bored or stressed in your job? Are you feeling stalled in your career? Should you plan now to change your job due to medical issues? Do you need to transition from military to civilian work? Do you need to get back to work after time off? If you have a professional or technical background and wish to change careers or jobs, reenter the workforce, or transition out of full career duties to a new lifestyle, I can help.
(727) 565-2366
Atlanta, Georgia 30326
Gordon Tuttle, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I enjoy working with a broad range of individuals and couples who are seeking either relief from psychological distress or pursuing meaningful change. I help people to feel better quickly and also to attain the longer term benefits of psychotherapy, which can include more rewarding relationships, greater self-understanding and greater realization of personal potential. I earned my Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Boston University in 1997 and completed psychology internship training at Harvard Medical School in 1996. I was trained in effective therapies for depression, anxiety, unresolved family of origin issues, relationship problems, chronic illness and sexual orientation concerns.
(404) 566-6035
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
“I decided to become a therapist because I'm an extravert and I wanted to help people. I figured there couldn't be a better fit for me! Now, my desire is a little deeper. I yearn for people to live an abundant life - to feel KNOWN, CONNECTED and PURPOSEFUL. I believe we can live healthy lives and have fulfilling relationships only when we believe in our inherent WORTH...which was gifted to us from the first moment of our life's journey. If we live out of that truth, we are gentler with ourselves and interact in ways congruent with who we really are.
(404) 975-1964
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
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