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Therapists in Atlanta

Melanie Graham Peters, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I graduated from the University of Georgia in May of 2012 with my Master's Degree in Professional Community Counseling. I am a Licensed Associate Professional Counselor and a Nationally Certified Counselor. I counsel children, adolescents and adults. My interests include, mood disorders (depression, anxiety, etc.), women's issues, developmental transitions, and adolescent, young adult, and family issues. By creating a safe and supportive environment and taking a collaborative approach to treatment, I empower my clients to overcome their obstacles and experience positive growth. I am under the direction of Jeanine Rousso, LPC, RPT and the supervision of Pegge Riley, LPC, CPCS.
(770) 999-0527
Atlanta, Georgia 30312
Jayson Peterson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, LAMFT
“Are you in a place where you need to talk about gender identity and/or trans* issues? Or maybe you identify as trans*, gay, lesbian, bisexual, or queer and need to talk about other issues but don't want to have to educate your therapist. I can help. As a therapist, I create an environment of safety, respect, and empowerment for you, and I appreciate the powerful influence of culture, community, and beliefs that make your experience unique. I believe you have the inner strength and resources you need. I am here to be your collaborator in healing and change.
(404) 994-3447
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
Nancy Jane Gup, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I am most suited to work with adults often referred as being highly functioning. My client is still able to work or go to school and does not have current or past criminal charges. My clients seek help with: grief, depression, anxiety, sexual orientation, relationships, self esteem, family of origin, career or academic concerns. I focus my work on providing individual (not family or couples) psychotherapy for ages 22 or older with an emphasis in working with clients 40 and above. I have 20 years of experience in providing corporate consultation including but not limited to employee assistance programs, threat assessments, and critical incident debriefings.
(404) 566-5887
Atlanta, Georgia 30341
Sandy L. Turner, LPC,   in Atlanta
“The therapeutic relationship is key to the therapeutic process. I create a safe and comfortable environment comprised of genuine caring, empathy, and without judgement. I bring the therapeutic tools for change, the clients bring their courage, willingness, and commitment to the work. The client is always the driving force for the direction and pace for change. I feel honored to partner with my clients in the amazing process of change and celebrate with them when they achieve their goals.
(678) 865-4369
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Veronica B Pomeranz, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I work with clients in my private practice, who I believe have the capacity to resolve their own problems, however, there are times in our lives when we need assistance. I believe that as people become more accepting of themselves, they are more capable of finding happiness and contentment in their lives. I provide a safe environment for clients to explore their life path and integrate wellness with the necessary aspects of change.
(770) 380-0044
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
Joy Harden, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I am a licensed Psychologist in the state of Georgia. I specialize in individual and couples counseling, working with issues that include breakup and divorce recovery, depression, work-life balance, relationship skills and self-esteem improvement. I also have a wealth of knowledge in working with undergraduate and graduate students with procrastination, stress management, dissertation/thesis support and career development.
(404) 586-4645
Atlanta, Georgia 30350
Ndiya Nkongho, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“What question, when answered, will change your life? The question that you just can't shake is an opportunity to refresh, deepen, and explore your unique identity and values. Your question hints at what matters to you in your relationships, work, life, community, and world. I encourage you to bring the questions in your heart and mind into therapy. With curiosity and compassion, we will clarify the questions that matter to you, assess your current situation, and help you identify those actions that bring you greater awareness, creativity, and joy.
(678) 321-7934 x729
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
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
Sandra Crowder, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Life is unpredictable. Best laid plans go awry. Marriages experience strain and stress. Children have problems you never dreamed possible. It can be invaluable to have an experienced, objective and confidential therapist to guide you through difficult, painful and challenging times.
(404) 317-8389
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Beverly J Matthews, Counselor  in Atlanta
“For 20 years I've been helping men and women experience more clarity, feel empowered, and overcome their feelings of depression and anxiety. Whether you are struggling with past trauma, relationship issues, problems with work, or feel stuck in any area, I will support you in creating the kind of life you want. Together we will explore the negative beliefs, emotions and behaviors that have held you back and clear the emotional charge associated with them, so that you can begin to accept and love yourself and make healthy and life-enhancing choices moving forward.
(678) 383-0375 x224
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Abigail Foard, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I consider it a privilege to be a counselor, believing I have a calling to walk beside individuals searching for new levels of insight, healing, and freedom. I have undergone training to work with both youth and adults, and enjoy working with issues of abuse/trauma, sexual and gender identity, struggles with feelings of hopelessness, anxiety, spiritual issues, and adjustments to difficult life circumstances. I am committed to providing a safe and secure base from which to explore these issues, and it is my goal to always offer an ongoing supply of hope and vision for my clients!
(404) 994-3711
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Kia Silva  in Atlanta
“I am a doctoral candidate working at Midtown Psychotherapy Associates and I have experience treating both adults and adolescents. I work from a client-centered perspective honoring each client as the expert and director of their own life. I have been trained in Emotion-Focused Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral techniques for symptom reduction. I completed internships providing eating disorder treatment at the Atlanta Center for Eating Disorders and the University of Chicago Medical Center. Prior to moving back to Atlanta, I provided psychological assessments and therapy to residents of Chicago in a community that has historically been under-served.
(404) 205-8767
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
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
Timbre Livesay, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I trust in the process of therapy to transform the pain of our past and present into the promise of a more fulfilling future. As a therapist, I work with teens and adults who struggle with anxiety and depression as they seek a more self-accepting path. I believe in my work with couples and families as so many lives can be profoundly improved by safe, supported, focused communication.
(404) 334-7920
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Jared Smiley, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I'm glad you found me.
(404) 994-5260
Atlanta, Georgia 30312
ParentingHeart,   in Atlanta
“Are you struggling as a mom with a long to-do list, little time for yourself, and keeping your cool when the kids are losing it themselves? Are you tired of yelling, nagging, counting 1-2-3, and resorting to coercion or bribes to get your child to listen?! I can help you discover new ways to embrace parenting and bring peace and harmony into your family life. I like to teach and coach baby steps--small shifts in how you parent--that can produce BIG RESULTS in reducing conflict, meltdowns, and defiance.
(678) 853-5591
Atlanta, Georgia 30338
Beth Jackson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“Are you in a relationship that you aren't sure is right for you? Would you like to feel more connected to people in your life? We all want to be connected to others, yet many of us put walls up or gravitate to relationships that aren't healthy. I can help you identify patterns that keep you stuck & prevent you from getting what you want out of your relationships. If you are reading this you are aware that something you are doing is no longer working, something needs to change. Healing and growth are possible and you can have the relationships that you want.
(678) 608-2686
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Todd McGahey, Counselor  in Atlanta
“"I am a licensed professional counselor with nearly 20 years of experience in school and university settings, community agencies, and private practice. I help you challenge your barriers and create solutions to living a fulfilled, happy life. I facilitate change in adults, couples, adolescents, and children."
(404) 620-4554
Atlanta, Georgia 30316
Alicia Simoni, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LMSW
“Nearly all of us experience feelings of depression or anxiety at some point in our lives. Most of us face disappointments, conflicts, and losses. We all possess the potential for emotional well-being. I believe that a crucial aspect of emotional health is not feeling alone in dealing with our everyday concerns or with our deepest fears and longings. It is through establishing and building upon our therapist-client relationship that healing and change can emerge. I invite you to be an active, curious participant in the process so that together we can understand your thoughts, feelings, behaviors, and concerns.
(678) 264-6667
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
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
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