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Therapists in Atlanta

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
Melissa A Lester, Counselor  in Atlanta
“People seek counseling for a variety of reasons, often feeling overwhelmed with life or disconnected. I counsel individuals and couples with a wide variety of challenges. My experience is assisting clients working through depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, trauma, substance abuse, grief, relationship issues, life transitions, and personal growth. I am an LGBTQ-affirming counselor who welcomes people from all walks of life.
(470) 239-6439
Atlanta, Georgia 30341
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
Tanya Wilson, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in Georgia with nearly a decade of experience providing counseling services to women, couples, families and adolescents. I am deeply committed to assisting individuals, couples and family units in developing healthy productive lives. My therapeutic approach is built on the principles of developing a healthy view of self-worth, independence and resiliency to life's challenges. I am committed and feels a deep spiritual calling to assist individuals and families in healing broken relationships, overcoming internal conflict and living their best life possible.
(404) 586-4783
Atlanta, Georgia 30350
Jon A. Parker, Counselor  in Atlanta
“On a corporate level, often times, profits are more important that employee moral. In our homes, social media, video games, and reality TV raise our youth. To our society's detriment, our mental, physical, and spiritual wounds go unattended to. I believe that people should seek counsel when life is going as expected and in times of emotional and psychological distress. Many times problems are obvious and on other occasions they are not. Counseling allows for us to work through our blind spots, it helps us to improve or maintain good mental and spiritual health, and it helps us heal. How can I help you?
(770) 674-0553 x4
Atlanta, Georgia 30338
Lanta Cooper, Counselor  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MS, MDiv, LAPC, NCC
“I believe in meeting people where they are. If you are seeking a non-judgmental and welcoming space to process life's challenges and journey toward hope, I encourage you to be in touch. All people, even you, are welcome.
(678) 974-1421 x580
Atlanta, Georgia 30312
Roderick Y Watkins, Counselor  in Atlanta
“"We all make mistakes, have struggles, and even regret things in our past. But you are not your mistakes, you are not your struggles, and you are here NOW with the power to shape your day and your future." - Steve Maraboli
(678) 563-1735
Atlanta, Georgia 30331
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
Ellen Atkeson, Counselor  in Atlanta
“All of us have experiences, feelings, and behaviors we cannot always explain, control, or understand about ourselves. I view therapy as a valuable opportunity to learn about our feelings, thoughts, behaviors, experiences, and develop healthier coping skills so that we can feel better about ourselves and interact more effectively in the world around us. In our work together I will offer you strategies to enhance your life through the use of mindfulness, behavioral, and cognitive techniques. My approach is direct, compassionate, empowering, and non-judgmental.
(404) 996-1758
Atlanta, Georgia 30338
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
Dr. Mary Gresham, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“You may be considering seeing a psychologist because you are tired of trying solutions that don't work, want closer relationships, want to feel better about yourself, want to develop new skills or rebuild your life. If you are seeking an active and supportive relationship, we will be a good fit. Your feedback is an important part of working together and I will encourage you to be an active participant. Each person or couple is unique and my approach is customized for you. Let me know if you prefer coaching, consultation on a specific problem, counseling or depth psychotherapy.
(404) 320-6510
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Sarah Hightower, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Let's face it...motherhood has its share of emotional challenges. And sometimes those challenges can leave you feeling stuck, lost, scared, or hopeless. If you're suffering with the pain of your challenges, know that you don't have to walk your journey alone.
(678) 381-8386
Atlanta, Georgia 30331
Megan Davis Kumming, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Change 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
Daniel J. Wachtel, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I am a practicing clinical psychologist and Geropsychologist in Atlanta, Georgia (Sandy Springs). I work with individuals, couples, groups and organizations. My commitment is to help my clients experience relief from their immediate problems, and to obtain a more meaningful and deeper understanding of themselves for longer-lasting change in concert with their life goals. Services provided include, but are not limited to, crisis intervention, individual psychotherapy, couples counseling, psychological evaluations, education, and consultation.
(404) 994-3560
Atlanta, Georgia 30342
Laurie Fleckenstein, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Dr. Laurie Fleckenstein says she desires to be a foundation for peace and happiness, and from your very first session, her goal is to help you foster the hope that exists in each and every one of us. In your sessions, you and Dr. Fleckenstein will do this by developing a deeper awareness of your true potential. While you cannot change your past, you can grow and be enriched by what you have experienced in life.
(404) 341-5365
Atlanta, Georgia 30350
Barbara Anne Thomason, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Having been trained in a humanistic/holistic model of therapy (Experiential, Gestalt, Psychodynamic, Family Systems), I have adhered to what is now called an “integrative” approach to mental health issues. Specifically, when I engage with a client we focus on the interaction of all the dimensions of his or her life, i.e., biological, psychological, social, behavioral, and spiritual. Subsequently, we embark on an exciting journey together to explore a path that leads to a more optimal state of well-being and a greater sense of wholeness.
(678) 710-3380
Atlanta, Georgia 30308
David L Rouzer, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I often work with symptoms of anxiety, depression, and relationship problems. I have 30+ years of experience, and feel comfortable with the entire age spectrum, including adolescents struggling to separate psychologically from their families of origin. I often work with couples, both pre- and post-marriage, using a family systems model. Where appropriate, I refer for psychiatric advice on medication. I explore psychological factors with attention to developmental background and current social context. Often, I use psychological tests to add objectivity to my formulation of a particular case. I see the therapeutic relationship as an important vehicle for growth and healing.
(770) 450-5019
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Janice Stevens, Counselor  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, EdD, LPC, NCC, CCSAS
“Please consider the following ways in which I as a Professional Counselor can help you. * Establish and maintain healthy relationships * Develop or reclaim self-confidence and self-worth * Define and enforce healthy boundaries * Gain clarity and confidence in making wise decisions * Restore hope when hope has been lost for a time * Identify and fulfill your personal needs * Establish emotional stability * Find ways of coping with problems * Gain relief from overwhelming feelings * Find a sense of peace from unsettling feelings and situations. All this and more is truly possible in working through personal concerns.
(404) 445-1394
Atlanta, Georgia 30338
Foundations Atlanta at Midtown, Treatment Facility  in Atlanta
“Convenient to all three of Atlanta's major highways, Foundations Atlanta at Midtown is a premium outpatient center located in the historic Brookwood Exchange building, between Midtown and Buckhead. Our caring and professional staff are here to provide you the tools you need to achieve a balanced recovery lifestyle, and our integrated treatment program is research-proven and designed to meet your specific needs. We offer flexible morning and evening options that include individual and group education as well as a variety of supporting services.
(404) 996-0431
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Charlotte Elizabeth Terrell,   in Atlanta
“At this juncture, it is imperative that we reach for our destinies. If YOU are your enemy, together we will begin to reflect on the things that are deterring you from reaching your place of greatness because GOOD can be the enemy to your best! There are two main barriers to living an extraordinary life; ineffective communication and poor emotion management. It is paramount that you ensure these to barriers to your success are torn down. Together, we will reflect heavily on your strengths, as we also build on your weaknesses. Let's begin the work!
(678) 929-5225
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
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