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Lesbian Clients Therapists in Atlanta

Melissa Ann Lester, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Welcome. My practice is devoted to women and women's issues, especially emotional overeating, weight management, anxiety, depression and shifting sexual orientation over the life span. All of this work presents an ideal opportunity to resolve long-standing anxiety, depression, and relationship challenges and results in a more peaceful, joyful and effective role in your own life. I welcome all women seeking more peace, joy, self-acceptance and power in their life. It is easiest to reach me initially by email at melissalester.lcsw@hushmail.com. I also invite you to visit my website melissalesterlcsw.com.
Lesbian Clients
(678) 681-9895
Atlanta, Georgia 30308
Kanika Bell, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I specialize in an eclectic mix of cognitive behavioral therapy & insight-oriented therapy geared toward helping clients discover answers & take control of their lives. I specialize in women's issues but also treat youth with attachment, abuse, identity & oppositional behavior problems; adults with occupational & relationship stress & chronic medical problems; & older adults confronting life's changes. I enjoy helping couples function most optimally and provide evaluations related to ADHD, bariatric surgery & organ transplant hopefuls, parental fitness, psychosexual issues, vocational & career exploration, & general intellectual, academic & personality testing.
Lesbian Clients
(678) 894-9758
Atlanta, Georgia 30331
Jack L Abernathy, Counselor  in Atlanta
“You do not have to suffer, there is help and hope. What you are feeling and thinking is not your fault, and is NOT a sign of weakness. Gift yourself help. You can get relief, comfort, and happiness. I offer the first part of that gift as a no cost 1 hour consultation. In the past, families have had the stability of 1 job, living in one place with resources such as grandparents and lifelong friends. Now we move, change jobs often, have blended and single parent families. Those resources are no longer there. But, help is available.
Lesbian Clients
(678) 929-6411
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Kathy Fields, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Stress, anxiety, depression, grief, and relationship issues are the primary areas of concern I have worked with over the past eleven years. If you experience any of the following, I can help: feeling overwhelmed or hopeless, having difficulty making decisions, feeling discouraged or disappointed, not confident in your coping skills, frustrated with yourself or others, feeling stuck in unproductive patterns of behavior or feeling dissatisfatied in your relationship. I see counseling as a collaborative experience where we will identify your concerns and needs; you identify and utilize your resources and strengths, and I provide the professional guidance, direction, and support.
Lesbian Clients
(404) 566-5052
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
Will Mahan, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Are you struggling with sexual identity issues, or just regular day-to-day concerns that you would like to talk with an open-minded and GLBT-friendly therapist about? Are you having trouble with anxiety, depression, career concerns, or addiction recovery? All of the issues above - and more - can often be addressed through counseling. I believe that the perception and function of counseling has evolved rapidly in recent years. More and more people are finding counseling beneficial for not only solving specific problems or dealing with crises, but also for developing more fulfilling and enriching lives.
Lesbian Clients
(404) 229-6177
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Cliff Bostock,   in Atlanta
“Has it occurred to you that you may not need psychotherapy? Not every problem indicates a psychological disorder. After years of personal therapy and training in the field, I decided to work in the more direct way of a collaborative LIFE COACH. Together, we explore ways you feel blocked and create goals to get you on track. We explore your imagination, the source of all change, in a safe but challenging way. (Please consult my website for more details: cliffbostock.com.)
Lesbian Clients
(404) 369-8504
Atlanta, Georgia 30312
Patty Binns Farinola,   in Atlanta
“My clients say working with me gives them purpose, clarity, self-confidence, and courage. Having spent many years in the corporate world before becoming a counselor, I bring a very practical spiritual approach to helping people move forward in their lives. In addition, I have been on the personal transformation journey for many years, so I know what you're going through. The primary issues I treat are related to transitions and self-discovery: life in recovery from addiction; finding, keeping and maintaining soul-satisfying love relationships; embarking on a powerful spiritual journey. My Awareness Approach is unique and effective.
Lesbian Clients
(678) 929-4764
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Angela R. Bethea-Walsh, 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.
Lesbian Clients
(404) 654-3614
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Kim Oppenheimer, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I believe that solid, intimate relationships form the basis of a person's well-being and help us define who we are. Our earliest relationships provide the foundation for all others. We often choose partners based either on what we want to replicate or avoid in our families of origin. When problems develop in our closest relationships, we feel out of balance and symptoms, such as anxiety and depression, often occur. I help people understand and change patterns that they learned in old relationships that may be influencing their current ones.
Lesbian Clients
(404) 566-8655
Atlanta, Georgia 30342
Lauren Holland, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Lauren E. Holland is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Nationally Certified Counselor. Lauren's dream is to help child, adolescents, families, couples, and individuals to grow and develop. Lauren has provided play, individual, group, family, and couples/parenting services to her clients. Lauren wants her clients to feel at home and supported throughout their therapeutic journey.
Lesbian Clients
(678) 661-9369
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
Jennifer A Watts, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“If you have reached a point in your life where you find yourself struggling with difficult feelings, thoughts, decisions, or behaviors--or if you are facing difficulties in your relationship--psychotherapy can help you find your way forward. For over nine years I have provided psychotherapy in Metro Atlanta, working with individuals and couples on issues related to depression and anxiety, relationships, sexual identity, life transitions, and personal growth and development. I would welcome the opportunity to work with you, and I invite you to visit my web site to learn more about me and my practice: www.PsychotherapyInAtlanta.com.
Lesbian Clients
(404) 369-8263
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
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.
Lesbian Clients
(404) 964-6629
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Deborah Prudden Lathrop, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LMSW
“I have three main passions in life that have directed my career path: relationships ,individuals in crisis and gifted individuals. I know what it takes to help all three flourish, in spite of the obstacles they face. As a caring, empathic, yet direct therapist I can help premarital couples prepare for what lies ahead, and help couples in a committed relationship rediscover their passion. Individuals in crisis will find warm acceptance. Gifted individuals of all ages will find that my intimate knowledge of their emotional overexcitabilities helps me guide them through social, emotional and educational obstacles to reach their full potential.
Lesbian Clients
(678) 820-6418
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Dr. David Karol Gore, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“People tend to stay the same; we become "stuck" even when we know we need to do things differently. Becoming "unstuck" is where I help. I offer direct, powerful therapy: I don't "beat around the bush." My focus is on providing caring, effective and supportive services in the areas of individual psychotherapy and relationship therapy (couples and marriage counseling); therapy for children, adolescents and families; and, drug and alcohol addiction recovery. I treat people like I would want someone to treat a member of my own family (and some of them certainly needed treatment.) See WWW.DRGORE.COM please...
Lesbian Clients
(404) 237-4300
Atlanta, Georgia 30342
Kevin William Janer, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I strive to provide each of my clients with a valuable combination of expert knowledge and experience with caring, compassionate acceptance and deep emotional understanding. I will work thoughtfully to build a relationship with you based upon mutual trust and respect within an emotionally safe environment that allows for gentle but direct and honest communication between us. Your concerns will never be minimized, and I will endeavor to understand all aspects of your life, including biomedical, familial, psychosocial, occupational, cultural, spiritual, and philosophical influences. You and I will be collaborators in the process of helping you find greater psychological balance and emotional fulfillment.
Lesbian Clients
(404) 369-7904
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
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.
Lesbian Clients
(404) 566-7345
Atlanta, Georgia 30306
Tanya Digiovanni-Goldbach, Counselor  in Atlanta
“So . .. you have decided to try out therapy, Good For You. Finding a therapist that fits your needs and personality is often a tricky part of the therapy process. Even though most therapists are different, it seems we all look somewhat similar in a brief opening statement. In reading the Bio's of other therapists I found many similarities between them and myself. I believe what sets therapists apart from each other is not just our theoretical framework but also the way in which we work with clients.
Lesbian Clients
(770) 361-8089
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Nancy Cahir, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I strongly believe that asking for help with personal issues is very courageous. I admire people who take risks to grow emotionally and in relationships. I provide individual, couples and family psychotherapy to adults, teens and children in the Atlanta area. My specialities are working with relationship conflicts, depression, anxiety, self-esteem and parenting issues. My orientation is eclectic, combining psychodynamic, relational and cognitive approaches. Psychotherapy is a powerful tool that can greatly enhance your life with more abundance and contentment. I am not a passive therapist and give constructive feedback as well as much support and encouragement.
Lesbian Clients
(404) 812-0405
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
David Harris,   in Atlanta
“Helping people resolve current issues or long-standing problems and challenges, I blend caring and respectful listening with very practical feedback and positive coaching. By combining a solution-focused approach with a deep understanding of complex emotional states, I can usually help you achieve your goals and develop a more meaningful and satisfying life!
Lesbian Clients
(404) 441-2347
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Cheryll Ann Thompson, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Are you struggling with a problem? Do you have a dream of yourself to create? Does it feel like your life is in a rut, going nowhere? I offer individual and couples counseling and seminars aimed at helping you create a more fulfilled life. I provide a safe and healing environment to explore and practice another way of thinking about yourself. Our thoughts create our world and our emotional experiences. Together, we learn how to change our way of thinking and gain expertise in navigating our lives to have greater meaning, more joy and happiness and richer success.
Lesbian Clients
(678) 974-0679
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
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If you're lesbian or are looking for help with being lesbian in Atlanta or for an Atlanta lesbian Therapist, these Therapists provide therapy for lesbians in Atlanta and counseling for lesbians or lesbian clients. Not all those listed here are lesbian themselves. They are sensitive to the lesbian lifestyle in Atlanta or Atlanta homosexual life, including lesbian couples, lesbian marriage in Atlanta, lesbian teens and lesbian parenting.

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