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Therapists in Atlanta

Carlyn H. Defnall, Counselor  in Atlanta
“In a world full of conflict and brokenness, it is tempting to give up the fight and feel defeated in this life. Yet I believe there is hope for freedom and peace in every individual, and I desire to journey alongside you as you find that hope for yourself. I offer professional, biblically-based counseling to individuals/couples of all ages at low-cost. My gentle, laid-back approach encourages emotional safety and client-counselor collaboration. While I enjoy all ages, I love working with adolescents and their parents, as I have nearly 10 years of experience in this area.
(229) 471-1366
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Dana Frederick, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, LPC
“A good relationship between the therapist and the person seeking help is the most important ingredient in having a successful therapy outcome. My style as a therapist is warm, compassionate, and non-judgmental. I offer input and direction where needed, but first and foremost I want you to know you are important to me as an individual. Feel free to call me to see if you feel like we could work well together. I encourage people to keep looking for a therapist until you find someone you sense you connect with.
(678) 257-4513
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Kate McNally Ferguson, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I focus my practice on psychotherapy for women, with a special emphasis on the unique challenges related to the transition to motherhood. This includes perinatal/postpartum mood and anxiety disorders and issues related to infertility, pregnancy and childbirth. I choose to work with adult women exclusively as I am passionate about women's emotional health and wellness. A woman who desires to live well with authenticity is a good fit for me.
(404) 236-6275
Atlanta, Georgia 30327
Marcia R. Jacobs, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I take an empathic, problem-solving approach to help people understand and change behavior and thought patterns that interfere with their achieving a sense of well-being and emotional health. I work with all age groups and a wide range of issues and concerns, including the following: Young adults (18-20s): leaving home; education/job decisions; relationship issues. Adults: divorce, remarriage, single parenting; loss/change of job; illness/death in family; parenting & relationship issues. Adolescents and children: parental divorce, remarriage; moving/changing schools; peer problems; impulse-control and school-related difficulties, including learning/attentional problems.
(678) 680-8163
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Bob Coyle, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I have had the privilege of working with individuals, couples, families, and groups for over 30 years as a licensed Clinical Psychologist. My model for psychotherapy is integrative, drawing from many sources. My work expresses my strong belief in every human being's natural drive towards growth, individuation, and integration. I value our ability to live in the present with all of the aliveness that this allows. Areas of particular interest include recovery from sex addiction, fostering connection for couples as well as other intimate systems, and healing from loss.
(404) 445-2358 x728
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Erlese Caruth, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Are you wondering if therapy is right for you, or your children? Have you noticed some difficulty with expressing feelings or thoughts, anger, sadness, isolation or anxiety? Perhaps a family member, partner, friend or teacher have expressed concerns regarding recent behavioral changes or challenges with the way you are coping. As a parent, Erlese believes in giving children and individuals every opportunity to express their true selves. As a therapist operating from a wholistic approach, she provides a safe place for children, adolescents, adults & families to explore and discover self-determined goals through mindful choices and the resolution of problems.
(404) 620-6810
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
Michael Marti, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Reaching out for help and making that initial phone call can be difficult for some people. However, feeling stuck in your life, a job, or in a relationship that is not working can also be difficult. In my practice I strive to help clients gain awareness of what is keeping them stuck and develop effective, healthier, coping strategies for gaining control in their lives.
(404) 418-4064
Atlanta, Georgia 30342
John R Ballew, Counselor  in Atlanta
“My clients often seek help because depression, anxiety or relationship problems are interfering with their life satisfaction. I work with all kinds of people; LGBT concerns are a specialty of mine. Many of my clients are busy professionals who juggle the demands of work and personal life and want help finding balance. If you would like to find out more about me, please visit my website where you can read articles I've written on a variety of topics. Ready to get started? I'll work with you, side-by-side.
(404) 566-7345
Atlanta, Georgia 30306
Courtney Geter, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT, LMFT
“Thanks for visiting my profile and let me tell you who I am. I am a licensed couples and marriage therapist with an interest in sex therapy as well as other relational concerns. I also have experience helping clients resolving and managing anxiety, depression, and life stage transitions. I believe emotional, physical, and spiritual health are interconnected. When one area of life is troubled, this affects other areas. My work includes incorporating family systems therapy with Solution Focused therapy to help clients meet their goals. I also incorporate self-care skills into my treatment.
(678) 929-5903
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Jesse M. Harris Bathrick, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
“For over thirty years it has been a privilege to guide individuals, couples and families in becoming more authentically engaged in their lives, and fulfilled in their relationships, goals and dreams. I am an engaged,flexible and active therapist,trained in many therapeutic approaches. I help each individual to recognize and mobilize all of their emotional, cognitive, physical, social and spiritual resources in our work together.
(678) 504-0412
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
Tara Arnold, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“Are you consumed with thoughts of food? Are you feeling ready for change in your life? Stop suffering and reach out now. Healing is possible and fulfilling. Many of us feel stuck in certain aspects of our lives. Maybe our relationships, career, or our family is not what we had envisioned for ourselves. I believe that through understanding and awareness, we can move towards becoming our true selves. Through understanding we can deepen our understanding of ourselves and others. We can learn to connect more fully with others and transform our lives.
(404) 964-6629
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Cynthia Belmer,   in Atlanta
ACSTH, RYT
“If you've been through a rough breakup and you're stuck in self-doubt - I can help you heal your heart and build an unshakeable foundation of "self-love" and "trust". If you're tired of dating the wrong type of men - I can help you overcome the barriers that are sabotaging you from being in a meaningful and long-term relationship. Together, we can work on helping you choose the path of "love" instead of "fear" and turn your focus towards reaching your mind-heart alignment (purpose, confidence and fulfillment in relationships).
(404) 620-4989
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Megan Davis Kumming, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Change can be difficult, and it is my desire to help each individual make changes that allow them to think, feel, and behave more effectively. I practice DBT because it provides those from all walks of life the skills and tools needed to create and maintain a life worth living. Through acceptance, mindfulness, and skill acquisition individuals are able to find balance and wholeness in their lives. It is my desire to meet each individual where they are, and enhance their coping skills in ways of distress tolerance, emotion regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness.
(404) 800-7083
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Judy Keappler, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Do you feel discouraged or stuck? Do you desire more from your relationships? I believe a strong therapeutic relationship with my clients provide a safe place to explore and determine their own goals for change. I have a passion to help my clients gain hope in the midst of despair and suffering and experience real change as they learn to cope with their circumstances.
(404) 996-1125
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Chantay Y Golson, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Sometimes it's much easier to wallow in our problems and hurts. Are you tired of wallowing in self-pity? Have you figured out that worrying only causes more grief/stress /anxiety/tears? Need someone to help you clear your head? Look no further, I too have been where you are and I understand. Isn't it great to learn that there is a way out? Make your appointment today to begin "A New Way of Thinking, Feeling and Living".
(770) 212-3578
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Jack Underwood, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Thank you for reading my counseling profile. Counseling is a personal and sacred experience in which finding the right counselor is important. I place a high premium on being accepting, understanding, and non-judgmental. My basic goal in counseling is to help explore the issues you are concerned about to gain insight and discover solutions. My objective is to be a professional companion to help you feel better and resolve issues. I look forward to the possibility of working with you and walking part of the road together!
(404) 334-5761
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Afton Murphy, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Afton Murphy earned her Masters Degree in Clinical Counseling with a specialization in Addiction Disorders at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Afton has always adored children, but truly developed a passion for working with children interning at a foster care agency during her graduate training. Afton not only helps kids/adolescents develop skills to improve their lives, but also works with parents and/or caregivers to successfully implement behavior modifications at home. Helping children better understand themselves and their behaviors is usually the main goal, but helping the child and the parent understand each other is just as important.
(269) 405-4589
Atlanta, Georgia 30306
Dr. Soledad Hammond, Psy.D., Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I’m easy to connect with. My clients feel comfortable opening up to me and sharing what they’re going through. Parents say their children developed better coping/social skills and learned how to feel better about themselves with my help. I am warm, empathic, comforting and use strategies that have been proven highly effective. I am experienced in helping people of any age with relationship difficulties. I work with many young professionals, adults, families and couples. I help people who struggle with negative thinking patterns. I focus on cutting-edge, evidence-based psychotherapy techniques that allow for accelerated healing.
(404) 994-3618
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Moving Mountains Consulting, LLC, Counselor  in Atlanta
“It is our belief that the decisions we make and the behaviors we exhibit are directly related to what we know as our reality. Knowing and understanding that fact leads us to approach every situation with the mindset that you, as the client, have the ability and power to make positive changes in your life. We know that placing blame, not taking responsiblity, and not living up to your potential, only allows others to be in control of your life, leaving you without a voice. It is our philosophy that NOT BEING PRESENT FOR YOU can lead to BOWING DOWN TO OTHERS.
(678) 974-1458
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Autumn Collier, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Each person has the power to create and recreate. We possess the ability to make positive change in our lives and this belief is the core foundation of my work with clients. I offer unconditional positive regard and acceptance to my clients to provide the best opportunity for personal growth. Within my practice I work with diverse individuals on issues such as relationship issues, premarital counseling, depression, and anxiety.
(404) 537-3829
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
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