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Therapists in Atlanta

Ross F Grumet,   in Atlanta
“During the week my psychiatric practice handles wide range of adult issues such as depression, ADHD (Adderall, Ritalin, etc), bipolar, addictions (Suboxone for pain medication problems)alcohol,etc. I use medication, brief therapy (cognitive, hypnosis, ACT). We accept many insurance plans. WEEKENDS is a separate no insurance practice emphasizing privacy with VIP accomodations.
(404) 369-4636
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Michael K Johnson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACHT
“To start it's important for you to know you are not alone, and you can overcome the challenge before you. Whether you are experiencing a challenging life transition, have just lost a loved one, or are having a hard time coping with the unique challenges of being an LGBT person, we create a safe and compassionate place to explore your many feelings. Whether you are feeling alone, hopeless, or ashamed, through our work together, you will revitalize a sense of hope for the future, learn to live again, and reclaim your self confidence and self love.
(678) 270-2041
Atlanta, Georgia 30308
“Dr. Susan Joseph is a cognitive behavior therapist. After graduating from the Hofstra doctoral program, she spent two years at the University of Pennsylvania as a post-doctoral fellow at the Center for Cognitive Therapy under the supervision of Aaron Beck, M.D. Dr. Joseph then entered private practice in Atlanta, Ga., where she was active in the Georgia Psychological Association. She served on the board of the association, and chaired it's women's division, and served on other boards and committees.
(404) 586-4925
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
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
George W Rinker, Counselor  in Atlanta
“As a professional counselor I value the uniqness of each person and in the strength and creativity of the human spirit. Within the counseling relationship is a safe place to define areas for growth, vent feelings, explore the many possibilities, find encouragement and move toward peacefulness. My approach to counseling is gentle and encouraging, although I can be direct when it is helpful. I will support without judging and am respectful of individual and/or cultural differences. My approach draws on a number of theoretical orientations that best suit the group or individual needs.
(404) 566-9095
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Kim Openo, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Do you feel overwhelmed with anxiety in a life that is too busy for self-care? Or are you having inner feelings of emptiness despite a life that seems full to others? Do you have desire to be more emotionally connected in your relationships with others? Intuitive guidance is used to assist in finding your sense of self in or out of a relationship. I can work with those needing immediate solutions for a simple issue or work to discover deeper reasons for present difficulties. I look forward to our journey together as you grow in self, relationships, and spirit.
(678) 929-1246
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
Megan Davis, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Making changes can be difficult, and it is my desire to help each individual make changes that allow them to think, feel, and behave more effectively. I practice DBT because it provides those from all walks of life the skills and tools needed to create and maintain a life worth living. Through acceptance, mindfulness, and skill acquisition individuals are able to find balance and wholeness in their lives. It is my desire to meet each individual where they are, and enhance their coping skills in ways of distress tolerance, emotion regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness.
(404) 800-7083
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
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.
(404) 369-7904
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
Claudia Brasfield, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“My approach to therapy is supportive, interpersonal, individualized, and collaborative. I believe that the fit between client and therapist is vital in creating a working space that is safe and therapeutic. I hope that I might be a nice fit for you and your goals.
(404) 620-2495
Atlanta, Georgia 30306
Warrick T Stewart, Counselor  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MS, CRC, LPC, PLCAS, QMHP
“Today you're one step closer to a new you where you feel empowered and on a positive path to growth and well-being. As a solution-focused therapist, my goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. While we can't change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges in your life. By applying complementary therapy approaches and techniques, we will unearth long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may hold you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life.
(678) 256-2672
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Harrison Davis, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I very much look forward to meeting with you and talking with you. -- It can be stressful to search for the therapist...there are a lot of issues to consider. Will it be a good fit? Will this person be able to help me? Here is my promise to you...if you contact me (or my team at Thriveworks) we are going to work to make sure that you're connected with a counselor, couples counselor, or life coach that is a good fit for you. I wish you well, and look forward to talking with you soon.
(404) 586-4499
Atlanta, Georgia 30350
Judith E Courtney, Counselor  in Atlanta
Counselor, MPS, MA, LPC, NCC
“Is each day becoming more of an uphill struggle? Do thoughts about yourself and your future seem less promising? Life doesn't have to be so hard. But it takes courage to face issues that make each day harder and less fulfilling for you or your loved ones. Be honest. Do anger or insecurity hold you back and keep you from having the kind of relationships you want? Are alcohol or drugs catching up with you, ruining job opportunities? Are you sad and lonely and don't know why...repeating the same destructive patterns over and over again?
(404) 369-7450
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
Joshua M Noblitt, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MDiv, LMFT
“Finding the right therapist is an important step in your healing and self-exploration process. I hope that I can be of service to you as you engage the therapeutic process for yourself. I provide individual, couples, family and group psychotherapy for adolescents and adults, specializing in spirituality, LGBT clients, grief/loss, anxiety/depression, premarital counseling, multicultural clients/families/issues, HIV/AIDS, and a variety of other presenting issues.
(404) 236-6874
Atlanta, Georgia 30308
David Ryback, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Selecting the right therapist is very challenging. As the author of books on relationships, dreams, and emotional intelligence, I can share what it's like to choose from a variety of possibilities. My clients get an expert on relationships, dreams, and better communication with loved ones all wrapped up in one warm therapist. Most important is the listening and feeling understood that leads to more confident, open-hearted and loving/loveable individuals. My passion is to help individuals and couples live more fully and enjoyably, overcoming the challenges that life inevitably throws us. Feel welcome to call or write.
(404) 369-5398
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
Liz Fava, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I have a passion for helping individuals, couples and families establish and restore healthy relationships, and believe strongly that healing is possible! I take a holistic approach in therapy: integrating physical, mental/emotional, and spiritual approaches into the lives of those I work with. I intentionally assist my clients to highlight the control they DO have in their current situations. This pivotal first step allows for healthier decisions that empower and strengthen their lives, enhancing interactions with others. I use creative outlets to assist those I work with find fulfillment, meaning and increased motivation for reaching this goals.
(678) 249-3428
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Jennifer Tardelli, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Combining a supportive and empowering approach to therapy, I encourage my clients to create lasting change, manage symptoms and work through issues to live optimally. Clients are able to find relief from plaguing symptoms by implementing new skills and developing an understanding of their issues by exploring their personal history.
(404) 994-2413
Atlanta, Georgia 30306
Eric Charles Groh, Counselor  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MS, LPC, NCGC-II, (Gambl, Coun
“Browse my calendar and instantly schedule an appointment or view a slide show of my office interior at psychotherapyatlanta.com For over 20 years, I have used a warm and caring approach to counseling people. Stress can be triggered by a death, divorce, job loss. You have the ability to work through these struggles! We will work together to increase self-esteem and restore a strong sense of control in your life. I use the latest techniques including Dynamic/Interpersonal Therapy and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. Let's also work together to transform self-defeating relationship patterns into healthy ones!
(404) 369-2330
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Clarence W Massie Jr, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Atlanta
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, PhD, (ABD), ICADC, II, CPC
“Finding someone who makes you feel understood is often challenging, even in a therapeutic setting. I work collaboratively with clients and emphasize an empathic client-therapist relationship. I have a very simple approach to therapy, which is to understand your dreams, set goals with you to achieve those dreams, and to teach you coping skills to manage the difficult challenges you are facing.
(404) 586-4133
Atlanta, Georgia 30316
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
Judy Keappler, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Do you feel discouraged or stuck? Do you desire more from your relationships? I believe a strong therapeutic relationship with my clients provide a safe place to explore and determine their own goals for change. I have a passion to help my clients gain hope in the midst of despair and suffering and experience real change as they learn to cope with their circumstances.
(404) 996-1125
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
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