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Therapists in Atlanta

John Jay Faber, Psychiatrist  in Atlanta
“I'm a clinical, forensic, child and adult psychiatrist at Amen Clinics with over 2 decades of experience in psychiatry and pharmacological management. I served as President of BrainSource, a corporation teaching adolescents how to build successful lives. Supporting the work at BrainSource, I created programs to develop teens from good students into great leaders. I'm also former Vice President and Medical Director of ValueOptions serving 1.1 million members, where I created a new cost effective formula providing effective pharmacological agents and initiating a medical and behavior integration system to support patients' psychological and medical needs.
(678) 820-4767
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Anique S Whitmore, Counselor  in Atlanta
“At some time in our life we all struggle with some sort of adversity. I believe we are not judged by adversity but how we handle it. Asking for help is not always easy but it is a sign of strength. Therapy is a process of self discovery that enables you to recognize unhealthy patterns of behavior and learn effective coping strategies for optimal health and well-being. Life happens to each of us and much of life is out of our control - but how we respond to life's events is completely within our control.
(404) 890-7263
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
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
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
Eric Hartman, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I am a licensed psychologist who specializes in the assessment and treatment of children, adolescents, and young adults who suffer from stress reactions, mood disorders, anxiety, anger and aggression problems, opposition, defiance, child maltreatment, family disruption and loss, ADHD, learning issues, and grief. I have received specialized training in utilizing trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy which has proven efficacious in treating posttraumatic stress disorder, complicated bereavement, depression, anxiety, externalizing behaviors, sexualized behaviors, feelings of shame, and mistrust. I also have an interest in working with bereaved children and family members who have lost loved ones through sudden or traumatic experiences.
(404) 721-0699
Atlanta, Georgia 30342
Kimberly Adams, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Dr. Kimberly Adams is a licensed clinical psychologist. She completed her graduate studies at the University of Maryland and her pre-doctoral internship at the Atlanta VA Medical Center. Dr. Adams has extensive experience conducting psychological evaluations with children and adults. In therapy, she has a strong behavioral/cognitive-behavioral orientation. Research shows that behavior has a significant impact on mood and thoughts; therefore, a first step to positive change is behavioral adjustment. Dr. Adams enjoys working with young people as they grow into adulthood, along with individuals struggling with depression, substance use, and relationship/communication problems.
(404) 341-7027
Atlanta, Georgia 30306
Jaymie Fox, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“As a licensed clinical psychologist, my primary specialty focuses on the assessment and treatment of pervasive developmental disorders, including Autistic Disorder and Asperger's Disorder, as well as neurocognitive deficits secondary to other acute and chronic medical conditions. I also assess and treat a wide range of other emotional and behavioral concerns. I enjoy working with families from diverse cultural backgrounds, abilities, ages, and presenting complaints.
(678) 820-6661
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
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
Amanda Newman, Counselor  in Atlanta
“"We don't do anything fun anymore." "We have nothing to talk about." Are these statements familiar to you and your spouse? Do you experience the same arguments over and over again, feeling stuck in a negative cycle? Do you wonder how to get back on the same page, despite all your differences? Maybe you believe your relationship is fine for now, but worry that it will settle into a state of complacency. If so, you are certainly not alone in your fears and frustrations. A lot of people fear marriage will end up boring and full of unresolved conflict.
(678) 831-2812
Atlanta, Georgia 30327
Charles Melville, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“As a licensed Clinical Psychologist in Atlanta, Gerogia, I have specialized in treating OCD and other anxiety disorders for over 25 years. Many people have seen multiple therapists with minimal benefit. Yet the good news is that OCD, panic, social anxiety, generalized anxiety and related problems are among the most treatable of all emotional disorders. My confidence in achieving a successful outcome with your problem stems from using what psychologists call "evidence-based strategies of treatment." I primarily use Cognitive-Behavior Therapy (CBT), which is the only form of therapy consistently shown to be effective for these problems in scientific studies.
(404) 566-8823
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Margo Rice, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Counseling is an excellent way to work though personal challenges and improve your life experience. I am a Licensed Associate Professional Counselor and Nationally Certified Counselor, under direction and supervision, at a group practice. I work to address the mental health and wellness needs of my clients, with confidentiality and individualized service.
(404) 994-3474
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Marty A. Wakeland, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have over 20 years of experience in the field of mental health. I enjoy working with a variety of populations , including but not limited to people who are anxious, depressed, struggling with relationships, recovery, or have a history of abuse or trauma. I work well at helping people learn to take better care of themselves, and support whatever spiritual journey a person may choose. At the heart of good psychotherapy is an open and honest relationship, where my task is to be mindful always of peoples choices.
(404) 566-7657
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
Chris Waters, Counselor  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, MBA, LPC, LMHC, NCC
“Chris brings care and compassion to Thriveworks, fulfilling the role of Clinical Counselor and Mental Wellness Therapist. He assists individuals, couples, and families to better understand their problems and provides a trusting environment to develop solutions. Chris also addresses mental wellness, which is a proactive approach, focusing on health rather than problems or illnesses. Chris has over 34 years of professional experience in finance, business consultation, real estate, individual and family counseling, and wellness. He possesses an MA in Psychology and Professional Counseling from Richmont University and an MBA from Regent University.
(404) 994-4485 x731
Atlanta, Georgia 30350
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
Grant Bright, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Keeping your edge is important. After a whack on the head, an illness, an emotional trauma, you may feel differently, act differently, not concentrate or sleep as well. You had medical testing, But....the fog lingers. Pills don't help. Years ago, I went through this myself after a car wreck. Concentration & sleep went south. A Brain Map showed dys-regulation. Positive Brain Training (Neurofeedback) gave me my edge back. That was 20 years ago. I am doing very well now. Now, at 71 years of age,I feel like 49 and go like the Energizer Bunny. Positive Brain Training gives you your edge back.
(770) 545-6815
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
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
J. Todd George, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist in the state of Georgia, providing psychological services to children, adolescents, adults, as well as families. I am well versed in the diagnosis and treatment of attentional problems, behavioral disorders, anxiety disorders, depression, addiction, and post-traumatic stress disorder. Additionally, I specialize in psychological evaluations, including general psychological testing, parental fitness, psychosexual, psychoeducational, and forensic assessments.
(678) 820-6971
Atlanta, Georgia 30341
Sandcastles Child Therapy, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Hello. My name is Colleen Rapp. I am a child therapist and former school counselor and school teacher. I have been counseling and educating children for over 20 years. I love building that special relationship with children and witnessing remarkable change and growth. If you have questions or concerns about your child, please call me for a free consultation or contact me through my website. Together we can help your child become happy, healthy, and obtain the life skills necessary to lead a productive, successful, wonderful life.
(404) 384-7470
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Avrum Geurin Weiss, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I am a psychotherapist, author and teacher with thirty years of clinical experience dedicated to helping people change their lives. I am the co-author of the classic text "Experiential Psychotherapy: A Symphony of Selves," currently in its third printing. I am currently working on a second book titled "Two Ways to Change: When to Try Harder, and When to Stop Trying So Hard." In addition to the private practice of psychotherapy, I am also the director of the Pine River Psychotherapy Training Institute and adjunct faculty in the department of Psychology at Georgia State University.
(404) 566-7468 x720
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Mariela Hiscox, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I am a Georgia licensed counselor and certified by the National Board of Certified Counselors. I have been practicing as a counselor for 15 years in the U.S. Prior to that, I worked for 20 years as a psychologist in Colombia and in Canada (MA level). I have training in several counseling techniques and adapt them to the uniqueness of each person. I coach my clients on their journey to achieve the life they want to live. We work on skills to develop self awareness, self acceptance and commitment to practice what they really care about.
(404) 633-9090
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
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