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Therapists in Atlanta

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
Keny Felix, Counselor  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PhD, MDiv, LPC, NCC, CPCS
“I am a licensed professional counselor committed to helping individuals find effective solutions to their present concerns. Individual, marital, or family therapy is a process that seeks to help persons gain greater insight about themselves and effectively address life's challenges. I am sensitive to multicultural issues and work well with individuals of various backgrounds. While my therapeutic orientation depends on the type of issues presented, my views concerning mental health are holistic. I recognize an individual's spirituality as being a central component around which lasting mental health may be achieved. I am able to address issues related to spirituality with clients so inclined.
(404) 341-5505
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
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
Mara B. Collins, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Are you or a loved one: Dealing with issues of coming out or gender transition? A couple looking to adopt or blend a family? The parent of a child dealing with their sexuality? Coping with grief or trauma? Coping with past or present abuse? Affected by substance use? I can help. For over 10 years, I have worked with individuals, couples and families seeking answers to questions like these. Your concerns are important. You deserve a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who understands them from day one.
(678) 918-4118
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
Alana Miller-Clayton, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I believe that finding a therapist who is the right fit for you is of the utmost importance when it comes to therapy. I work with clients across the lifespan ranging from preadolescence to adults. Additionally, I believe we are all a tapestry of our history and experiences, so I think it is important to understand you holistically as an individual/couple/family. Depending on your particular therapeutic needs we can assess and discuss which mode of therapy would be best suited for you.
(678) 647-1515
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Amanda Balena, Counselor  in Atlanta
“If you are considering counseling you may be experiencing a sense of loneliness and doubt. Like most people, I'm sure you are looking for hope and encouragement, and wondering where or if you will find it. It is my desire for you to know that, no matter what you are going through, all hope is not lost. It is not too late to find purpose and fulfillment in your life and relationships. Please feel free to visit my website to learn more about how I may help in your search for hope, healing, and a more satisfying life.
(678) 831-2812
Atlanta, Georgia 30327
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
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
Dave M Davis, Psychiatrist  in Atlanta
“My goal is to work with clients who want to function better - fucntioning is the key! Better coping skills, self-observation and a team approach is my style of practice. Where desired, medication can also be used, but the goal is to not be on medication in the long haul.
(404) 941-0940
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
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
Lauren S Castriota, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I work with children, adolescents, adults, and families with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). With a specialty in working with adults with Asperger's Syndrome, I incorporate Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy to help my clients learn to cope with the symptoms of depression and anxiety that often accompany Asperger's. I also work with individuals of all ages seeking to increase their daily living skills. Additionally, I am available to work with parents who are struggling with their child's challenging behaviors.
(404) 975-1985 x725
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Linda Kondilis, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I believe we all deserve to live happier, richer, more fulfilling lives. I believe therapy is an effective way to achieve that. I am deeply passionate about helping people discover solutions to their conflicts, break down barriers to success, and gain insight into their relationships both with themselves and those around them. Our time together will be personally tailored to your individual needs. I provide a safe, comfortable and professional environment to share your thoughts and experiences. I am dedicated to learning about you and helping you discover solutions, gain insight and lead a rewarding, healthy and happy life.
(678) 752-4629 x102
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
Nadim Ali, Counselor  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LPC, GADACII, ICCDP
“I have a strong interest in helping people overcome the psychological and spiritual blockages that contribute to individual and relationship dysfunctions. I conduct pre-marital and marital therapy in an effort to help couples identify destructive patterns. I help adolescents get over the hump of life called adolescence, and help them to navigate life without drugs and alcohol. I also help people identify the underlying causes of anger, and impart skills to increase emotional intelligence.
(770) 383-1018
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Jill Dermyer  in Atlanta
“You don't have to grit your teeth and believe pain is just part of life. I can help you. I believe pain is a universal language that can be understood regardless of how or why we hurt. Although therapy can be tough and hard at times, I believe healing and light are possible in even the darkest situations. I specialize in posttraumatic stress, sexual trauma, mood disorders, grief, self-harm/suicide attempts, HIV/AIDS, veterans, and first-responders. Furthermore, as a veteran of the service industry, I offer guidance with mental health issues associated with industry workers and musicians.
(678) 264-3745 x103
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
Louise Northcutt, Counselor  in Atlanta
“We all need help at times. The personal development work we do together gets to the source of your discomfort and unwanted behaviors. Insights gained through our inquiry and conversation give you new ways of creating a life of your choosing. I love working with clients who are committed to creating a better life. It is a privilege to do this work. I honor you for the courage and commitment it takes to do deep personal self-care. The path to wholeness takes many steps, and you can go far with this life, if you choose.
(404) 566-8815
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
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
Allison M Wickham, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LMSW
“I strive to create a safe environment that fosters growth and healing and use an eclectic approach to tailor interventions based on each client's specific needs and interests. My goal is for clients to feel empowered and sustain the therapeutic change to live a life with hope and fulfillment. I work with clients to help them: regulate emotions, express feelings, develop and utilize coping skills, and improve communication and social skills. I treat clients with Mood Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder, and Co-occurring disorders.
(770) 464-5595 x6
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Kelly Harvey, Counselor  in Atlanta
“My therapeutic focus is on relationship. People come to therapy because they have lost touch with their sense of self, identity, and wholeness, or they have had painful experiences which have injured their trust and ability to connect. Therapy is about relearning skills and experiencing a safe relationship while rediscovering yourself as healthy, happy and whole. Anxiety, eating disorders, and depression are symptoms. Of what? Reconnect with your inner wisdom, and any problem is solvable. My strength is in empathic listening, skill building and reflecting people's unique strengths without judgment.
(678) 582-8683
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Megan W Broadhead, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I believe everyone has the FULL potential to live a whole and healthy life. I seek to empower individuals and couples to encounter their lives in a deeper and more profound way. Out of a desire to help my clients reach their goals, I join them in genuine relationship and encourage curiosity in the process instead of judgment. My hope for those with whom I work is that they embrace authenticity and feel true personal peace and grounding.
(404) 994-3595
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
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