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Therapists in Atlanta

Amy L Garnett, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“As an active and empathic therapist, I partner with clients to help them find their individual and couple solutions to their problems. Because therapy is based on a good relationship between therapist and client, I create a safe environment for this to happen. I work toward maximizing the individual's or couple's strengths, while helping each to learn new skills and behaviors.
(678) 824-2430
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Katherine C Thyne, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I use a direct, yet supportive/ positive approach to sessions with the focus on improving life skills and releasing negative beliefs and behaviors. My experience has shown me that by changing unhealthy patterns, expressing fears and concerns, and taking gentle risks, it is possible to live a more satisfying life regardless of past traumas, issues, or how long the struggle. I use a combination of techniques depending on issues presented and we will work together on both short and long term goals. I am an interactive therapist and encourage intensive work both in and out of the office.
(678) 929-4804
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
Kristen Aycock, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Do you frequently feel stressed? Is stress leading to arguments with your partner? Are you feeling overwhelmed? Sometimes, no matter how hard we try, stress has a way of hijacking our resources.
(678) 681-9905
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Saundra Maass-Robinson, MD., PC, Psychiatrist  in Atlanta
“I am a board certified psychiatrist with over 25 years in practice. The manner in which I practice psychiatry is currently not the 'standard' for my specialty. Less than 11% of American psychiatrists provide comprehensive psychiatric management. I define comprehensive management as the initial assessment, medication management where indicated, individual psychotherapy and alternative medicine techniques where applicable. I am one of this 11%. I never spend less than 30 minutes in follow up sessions with patients, 50 minutes in therapy sessions or less than one hour with the patient during the initial evaluation.
(404) 445-1341
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Katie Ganske, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Stress management is essential to living a satisfying, happy life. In my practice, I help clients discover and implement existing coping skills while also developing new strategies for stress management. My approach to therapy is collaborative and supportive. I work to provide clients with practical skills to assist with immediate stressors - while also addressing underlying issues. I provide a safe and relaxed atmosphere making sessions productive and enjoyable.
(404) 334-4945
Atlanta, Georgia 30306
Pete Williams, Counselor  in Atlanta
“As both a Licensed Professional Counselor and a certified Jungian Psychoanalyst, I work with adults and couples facing a variety of emotional issues. One of my primary areas of concentration involves mid-life issues of change, transition and loss. My former career as a business executive affords me unique understanding into problems related to mid-life transitions and other career-related challenges. I have also worked extensively with both individuals and couples facing difficulties in relationship transitions such as divorce and separation. Depression, anxiety, hopelessness and grief are all symptoms often related to difficult mid-life transitions and significant life changes.
(678) 929-2417
Atlanta, Georgia 30306
Raushannah Johnson-Verwayne, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Getting help can be scary for anyone. However, I believe, "you are stronger than you seem, braver than you believe, and smarter than you think you are". Standard of Care Psychological Services sets the standard higher because you deserve it. Let us help you reach your full potential. Whether you are a parent, foster parent, caregiver, government, or school agency, we set the standard higher for you by operating from a set of core values that we integrate into our work with clients and referral sources: accurate assessments, evidenced based treatment, integrity, ethics, competence, respect, and advocacy.
(678) 929-2654
Atlanta, Georgia 30331
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
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
Jody E Housker, Counselor  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PhD, NCC, ACS, NBCCH, LPC
“How can I help? Together, we work to resolve problems in relationships, work, family and/or self. Using your strengths we develop creative and well constructed methods to move forward with dignity and self-respect. I utilize an Adlerian approach based on the belief that we are interdependent, cooperative individuals; that who you are as a person is more important than a diagnosis or problem. Problems are abundant in the world, together we work on developing solutions.
(404) 566-6003
Atlanta, Georgia 30326
Cece Balboni, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I work with adults as individuals or in relationships. The realities of life in this millennium lead to stressors that effectively separate us from one another and even from our deeper selves. While therapy can address areas considered to be problem solving the deeper work is interior and focuses on self-knowledge and assertiveness as well as clarifying perspectives on life that make healthy and genuine connection more possible.
(404) 620-2861
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Gerald S Drose, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I've been in practice in Atlanta since 1989 helping adults with relationship problems. I have extensive training and experience in couples and sex therapy.
(770) 450-6023 x12
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Ruth Cochran, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I work with individual adults and couples; my therapeutic focus involves helping you gain insight into limiting self-perceptions and behavior patterns to manage stress, create new meaning, and to achieve the clarity, balance and interpersonal effectiveness that you're seeking. I approach therapy collaboratively, using mindfulness and meditation as central tools for awareness-building and transforming moment-to-moment experience. I am EMDR-trained and incorporate this modality into sessions for accelerating the healing process.
(404) 382-5822
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Women's Counseling Center of Atlanta, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
“If you are struggling with low self-esteem, problems in your relationships or issues related to commitment or trust, I can help! With over 18 years experience, I specialize in helping women increase their self-confidence and relationship satisfaction. Women seek relationshps as a way to connect and feel supported. There is a direct correlation between the number of satisfying relationships a women has and her level of happiness. Even with the best of intentions though, relationships can get off-track - whether with parents, your children, co-workers, friends or significant other.
(404) 865-1128
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Nicki Scofield, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Change can be really hard, but it is possible. I want to help you understand what could make a difference and develop a plan for improving the quality of your life. I like working in a warm, comfortable, and informal environment where we can talk more easily about the things that are troubling you. I have over 30 years experience as a therapist in the mental health field including 15 years in my current private practice. I have a diverse practice because I like working with people from different backgrounds who are dealing with a variety of issues.
(404) 369-2807
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
Richard Eliot Schultz, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Patients typically seek me out because they have been struggling (usually for FAR too long) with depression, anxiety, relationship problems, or work-related difficulties. They may also come in for help with more recent stress, grief or loss. My therapeutic style is much more interactive and direct than passive or neutral, and I work very hard to help my patients progress toward their goals as quickly as possible. I employ treatment methods that are supported by the latest research findings, as appropriate. I welcome the opportunity to work with patients of diverse races, religious and ethnic backgrounds, and sexual orientations.
(404) 566-5986
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Carolyn Tucker, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Does life have you exhausted? Do you remember what it's like to feel joy? I can help you access your strengths and develop a plan to help you address your anxiety and depression so you feel better quickly. Together we will work to help you develop strength, vitality and emotional wholeness, to help you THRIVE! I use mind/body interventions, mindfulness, DBT to help you feel in control of your emotions.I use EMDR & Brainspotting for traumatic memories that cause anxiety. I offer SKYPE distance counseling for your convenience. I specialize in the treatment of adults and adolescents.
(678) 929-2156
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Amanda Williams, Psychiatrist  in Atlanta
“I am a board-certified adult psychiatrist specializing in the true integration of psychopharmacology with psychotherapy. My goal is to actively collaborate with you to achieve treatment goals, while reducing the need for psychotropic medication when appropriate. I provide an empathic and supportive environment so that you may gain a better understanding of yourself to facilitate positive change. I pride myself on providing individual psychotherapy combined with medication management (rare for modern day psychiatrists) and also coordinated medication management for patients who see another therapist. I am experienced in the treatment of a variety of psychiatric conditions including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder and adjustment reactions.
(404) 865-1183
Atlanta, Georgia 30342
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 30329
Shatavia A Thomas, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, DMFT, NCC, LMFT
“I offer a non-pathologizing, collaborative, strengths-based approach to individuals, couples, families, and businesses in the form of therapy or consulting services. Areas of Interest: Relationship Issues - Couples/Families & Premarital; Children & Adolescents; Loss/Grief; Transitions; Work-Life Balance; Spirituality Concerns, etc.
(404) 941-6985
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
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