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Therapists in Atlanta

Valerie Proctor Greene, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
“Do you find yourself needing a change? I'd like to work with you on your evolution. Solution focused, goal oriented therapy is here for you with a special emphasis on the therapeutic relationship. I am priviledeged to have partnered with individuals, couples and groups on their journeys towards better mental health and quality of life for over 20 years. From Harvard to community mental health and private practice. I look forward to connecting with you.
(781) 728-0057
Atlanta, Georgia 30340
Kathryn C Larisey, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I offer guidance through the wilderness of depression and anxiety, support in life's crucial decisions, deep inner listening, companionship in the life of the Spirit, help in the formation of relationships between other people and God, a sacred space for connecting with your true self, the therapeutic gift of love, a journey into wholeness.
(770) 450-5706
Atlanta, Georgia 30308
Stephanie Thornton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“We are each complex individuals striving to create a mental/emotional, physical, and spiritual balance that propels our healing and self growth to higher and deeper levels. I believe in empowering you to enrich your life with healthy relationships and personal choices while enhancing your inner growth and lifting you to achieve your dreams. Therefore, my holistic approach is tailored to fit the needs of each person within a warm, compassionate, and nurturing environment.
(404) 567-4694
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Tracey I Marks, Psychiatrist  in Atlanta
“Are your work and home responsibilities consuming you? Do you tend to Go Go Go, then crash and burn? Do you need to have a "good cry" more often, but it's still not helping? You're not alone. Approximately 30% of Americans say they experience extreme stress - unfortunately, women more than men. Ambitious, professional women are even more vulnerable. Common effects of stress are poor sleep, lack of energy, irritability and physical problems. Some people even get depressed.
(404) 566-8844
Atlanta, Georgia 30342
Peter N. Mayfield, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“My approach is down-to-earth, low key, and collaborative. The primary goals are symptom relief and restoring perspective. I seek to help people understand themselves and how they came to have the issues which brought them in to see me. I see adults and couples in my practice.
(404) 369-3784
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
Joshua M Noblitt, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MDiv, LMFT
“I provide individual, couples, family and group psychotherapy for adolescents and adults, specializing in sex therapy, spirituality, LGBT clients, grief/loss, anxiety/depression, premarital counseling, multicultural clients/families/issues, HIV/AIDS, and a variety of other presenting issues. I am a member of the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT) and am in process for certification as an AASECT approved sex educator and therapist. I hope that I can be of service to you as you engage the therapeutic process for yourself.
(404) 236-6874
Atlanta, Georgia 30308
Laura Ladefian, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Are you confused by your child's behaviors? Do you wish you better understood how to meet your child's emotional needs? Has your relationship with your child felt strained? I can help!
(404) 823-5621
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
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
Sunamita Tuple, Counselor  in Atlanta
“"I believe, in each of us, there is an inherent need to be understood and accepted. I believe psychotherapy involves building a caring relationship in which clients feel safe and at ease. My goal for our time together is to help you better understand yourself, understand patters behind the choices you make and equip you with coping skills that will enable you to more effectively deal with life stressors."
(678) 929-4679
Atlanta, Georgia 30341
Atlanta Psych Consultants, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Ours is a stressful world and anxiety disorders is one of my specialties. It's important to directly work with both the sources of stress and your stress responses (rapid heart rate, breathing difficulty, etc) to help you feel more in control and happier with life. I use cognitive-behavioral and interpersonal strategies in my therapy. One of the keys to successful therapy is the relationship between us. This collaboration, our working together, gets things off on the right foot in helping you work on the issues you brought to therapy.
(404) 847-9560
Atlanta, Georgia 30342
Dina M. Zeckhausen, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I work with adolescents and adults, and specialize in women's issues, eating disorders, anxiety, depression, and couples therapy. I enjoy helping clients explore the issues from their early family life that may be contributing to their current struggles. I am passionate about helping people discover their strengths and use those strengths to work through the internal blocks that prevent them from living life to their full potential.
(678) 693-2501
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
Courtney Thomas, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I am extremely familiar working with high risk, treatment resistant populations, as well as high functioning, therapeutically minded individuals who are motivated to become better at mastering life's obstacles.
(678) 723-4227
Atlanta, Georgia 30331
Kathy M. Glover,   in Atlanta
MA, CAMS, TOT
“"What else can I do?" might be the question you ask yourself. The Family Resource Specialist, Kathy M, Glover is willing to assist in finding the right answer for you. By creating a safe, non-judgmental environment, I am available to help guide you through your journey as we work together to deal with the challenges of parenting, relationships, anger management, addictions and life transitions.
(404) 975-1161
Atlanta, Georgia 30331
Kris Colluro Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“The guiding inspiration for my practice is helping others help themselves in times of heartache and emotional stress. My primary focus is grief and loss - whether death, divorce, fertility challenges, or other losses. Grieving can be a very lonely and isolating experience and I am can provide support and information during this challenging journey. In addition to individual counseling, I am a certified grief recovery counselor and provide grief groups using The Grief Recovery Method®.
(404) 900-7696
Atlanta, Georgia 30306
Sara Peterson, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I believe the level of success in treatment begins with the development of the client-therapist relationship. From this base, I can support you in facilitating the changes you want to achieve. I view psychotherapy as a collaborative process, which involves active participation. I work with a broad range of mental health disorders such as anxiety, depression, anger, grief, and trauma. My emphasis is treating adolescents and adults who struggle with domestic abuse, childhood and sexual traumas, co-dependency, divorce, and relationship issues. I work with university students who are experiencing life transition, relationship, academic, and goal achievement issues.
(414) 303-5133
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Yvonne Marie Mongue, Counselor  in Atlanta
“My work with clients is collaborative. By identifying goals, highlighting strengths and resources and clarifying meaning and purpose for our lives we can regain peace, make healthy choices, and develop healthy thinking. In addition to traditional "talk" therapies I offer EMDR where indicated. ( One of three evidence based therapies recognized by WHO,US DOD/VA and other world health organizations.) My office is a calm, safe place to assess needs,explore options, develop a therapeutic protocol, set goals, focus on strengths and regain balance. I do this in a caring, supportive, confidential manner.
(906) 523-2582
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Debra F McElhaney, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, LMFT, LPC, CIRT
“Caring for yourself and your relationships is the most important task you will ever have. Paying attention to and nourishing your emotional well being is as important as caring for your physical health. Often I encounter individuals, couples and families struggling with the excessive demands of life in the 21st century. Depression, anxiety and addictions are common in our society. Conflicts and difficulty in communication with those closest to us can often lead to feelings of isolation and despair.
(404) 369-2002
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Tamara Brown Payne, Counselor  in Atlanta
“As a holistic therapist and life strategist, my goal is to help you uncover your true potential through growth in all aspects of your life. While we can't change the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges in life. By applying eclectic therapy approaches and techniques, we will discover long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life. Philosophy: "It is what it is, but it doesn't have to be. Experience is a lesson and the lesson is a new experience."
(678) 929-6493
Atlanta, Georgia 30331
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.
(404) 229-6177
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
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