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Therapists in Atlanta

Melissa Beddingfield, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Change & Balance! Most of us spend a lot of time avoiding one and desiring the other. Learning to manage change opens the path to achieving balance and contentment. If you are struggling with either one it is likely that beliefs and old patterns of behavior are getting in the way. I focus on helping clients identify and shift their beliefs and behaviors so that they can achieve the goals they set for themselves. Your internal experience and your relationships can improve!
(404) 647-0230
Atlanta, Georgia 30341
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
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
James A. Purvis, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I work collaboratively with clients on a variety of issues including depression and anxiety, relationship difficulties, alcohol and chemical dependency, anger and stress management, career development, and adjustment to life changes. In counseling individuals, couples, and adolescents, I employ psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioral approaches, chemical dependency assessments, and psychological testing. I work as part of a large multidisciplinary practice. If a referral is needed for medication or other special needs, referral options within our group are readily available. I am a former President of the Georgia Psychological Association. I received my Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology and in Social Psychology
(404) 847-9560
Atlanta, Georgia 30342
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
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
“I believe that good psychotherapy is rooted in a strong collaborative relationship. From the vantage point of this relationship, we can examine what needs to be accepted and what needs to be changed in daily life. I began my career decades ago in community mental health, and I have a good grasp of the relationship between immediate passions and long-term developmental needs. I have many different skills to bring to bear to assist in examining these issues, and in making and implementing good decisions. These skills include humanistic, gestalt, and cognitive behavioral therapy, as well as hypnosis.
(404) 873-6840
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
Jennifer A Watts, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“If you have reached a point in your life where you find yourself struggling with difficult feelings, thoughts, decisions, or behaviors--or if you are facing difficulties in your relationship--psychotherapy can help you find your way forward. For over nine years I have provided psychotherapy in Metro Atlanta, working with individuals and couples on issues related to depression and anxiety, relationships, sexual identity, life transitions, and personal growth and development. I would welcome the opportunity to work with you, and I invite you to visit my web site to learn more about me and my practice: www.PsychotherapyInAtlanta.com.
(404) 369-8263
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Donner Mediation and Coaching LLC,   in Atlanta
“I am dedicated to providing the utmost in care, confidentiality, and professionalism. My specialties include divorce and family conflict and I address the divorce process from both personal and professional experience. I offer mediation coaching, divorce coaching, and conflict coaching. Mediation coaching helps prepare individuals for mediation by making them feel confident, comfortable, and knowledgeable about the mediation process. Divorce coaching helps empower individuals throughout the divorce process by guiding them through the emotional, financial, and logistical demands associated with terminating a marriage. Conflict coaching helps open doors for creating more effective, satisfying ways of dealing with relationships, your family, and challenges at work.
(678) 647-1465
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Michael D. McAllister, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Weekend sessions available! I am a gay therapist who embraces a holistic approach to therapy where a client's entire being, feelings and context are taken into consideration for a tailored approach to counseling. I emphasize the here and now as described by Dr. Irvin Yalom as the "in-betweenness-the space between me and you, and what is happening now in this immediate hour." I also work to create a safe space where clients can be free to tell their own story without judgment as they strive to achieve their life goals, and grow towards a sense of social belonging and connectedness.
(404) 994-3373
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
ProActive Management Consulting, Treatment Facility  in Atlanta
“"I have absolutely no pleasure in the stimulants in which I sometimes so madly indulge. It has not been in the pursuit of pleasure that I have periled life and reputation and reason. It has been the desperate attempt to escape from torturing memories, from a sense of insupportable loneliness and a dread of some strange impending doom." Edgar Allan Poe
(678) 439-8975
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
“I decided to become a therapist because I'm an extravert and I wanted to help people. I figured there couldn't be a better fit for me! Now, my desire is a little deeper. I yearn for people to live an abundant life - to feel KNOWN, CONNECTED and PURPOSEFUL. I believe we can live healthy lives and have fulfilling relationships only when we believe in our inherent WORTH...which was gifted to us from the first moment of our life's journey. If we live out of that truth, we are gentler with ourselves and interact in ways congruent with who we really are.
(404) 975-1964
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
The Inner Circle Counseling Center, Counselor  in Atlanta
“"Start feeling and knowing that you are good enough!" Learn how you can feel whole again. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor offering counseling for emotional, mental, and relationship challenges. In addition, I treat childhood sexual abuse, eating disorders and identity issues. I am also a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist offering specialized treatment for people who suffer from love and/or sex addictions. By using evidence based approaches that have helped thousands of people, you too can heal compulsive behaviors, shame and betrayal. As my client you learn how to heal pain and live a balanced life.
(404) 620-5548
Atlanta, Georgia 30312
Scott J Leenan, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Scott believes that becoming human is a project, and our task is not so much to discover who we are, as to create ourselves. During therapy he works with clients to examine one's personal values, beliefs, goals, interests, attitude and perceptions of reality. Scott also assists his clients with stress management, personal growth, balance, career development, motivation and time management. Furthermore, he specializes in mood stabilization for individuals struggling with depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder. Scott enjoys working with a diverse clientele, but he has spent much of his career working with medical and business professionals, college students and the LGBT community.
(678) 960-9889
Atlanta, Georgia 30306
Jennifer S. Smith, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Is your child struggling in school? Is your child's teacher concerned about his or her behavior or ability to pay attention? Have you noticed a major change in your child's sleeping or eating habits, or emotional state? Has your family recently experienced a major event or trauma, such as divorce, separation, a move, abuse, or a death in the family? Has your child engaged in self-harm or other dangerous behavior? Together as a team, we can tackle these issues and improve your child's functioning. *I am no longer taking new therapy clients at the Cartersville office*
(678) 256-2818 x204
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Joel Baker, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“You feel anxious, stressed, work or family is not what you expected for this time in your life. "Stuck" is not what you wanted to feel, but it is where you find yourself. That is where therapy comes in. An expert's perspective and supportive nudge in the right direction may be all it takes to become unstuck.
(678) 948-8057
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Dana Frederick, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, LPC
“A good relationship between the therapist and the person seeking help is the most important ingredient in having a successful therapy outcome. My style as a therapist is warm, compassionate, and non-judgmental. I offer input and direction where needed, but first and foremost I want you to know you are important to me as an individual. Feel free to call me to see if you feel like we could work well together. I encourage people to keep looking for a therapist until you find someone you sense you connect with.
(678) 257-4513
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
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
Louise Finley, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Sometimes, in spite of our preparations, life surprises us with difficult situations. I provide counseling for adult individuals and couples who have found themselves struggling with unexpected difficulties such as job loss, depression, and loving relationships that have grown painful. I seek to help clients to re-build the areas that have become broken and reclaim life out of the pain. Please note that I work under supervision and direction as I pursue full licensure in Georgia.
(404) 586-4413
Atlanta, Georgia 30338
Lena Linh Franklin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“At some point in our lives, we're ready to make big change through the journey of self-exploration. When we see ourselves more clearly, we can lead fuller, richer, more balanced lives. My focus is on improving how you understand and navigate life's relationships, stressors, and challenges. Through the collaborative process of psychotherapy, I will help you find balance to live your own best life.
(404) 550-8422
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
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