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African-American Therapists in Atlanta

Joyce A McLendon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, CMFSW, LCSW, BCD
“Each day is a bright new beginning full of unlimited possibilities." At New Beginnings Clinical Services, LLC, our mission is to help each client by providing you with the necessary advocacy, support and education to help you reach and obtain your goals. My areas of practice include work with individuals, families and couples who may be struggling with relationship issues, depression, life transitions as well as work and career issues. I am Board Certified as well as a trained PrePare-Enrich Premarital and Marriage Facilitator. I am also certified as a Master Forensic Social Worker.
African-American
(404) 369-8618
Atlanta, Georgia 30326
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.
African-American
(404) 994-4485 x731
Atlanta, Georgia 30350
David Harris, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I am completely dedicated to helping individuals and families discover their full potential. I blend careful and respectful listening with practical feedback and coaching, helping people resolve current issues or long-standing problems and patterns. I find that combining my solution-focused approach with a deeper understanding of complex emotional states helps individuals achieve significant progress towards more meaningful and fulfilling lives.
African-American
(404) 441-2347
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Damaris Solomon, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LAMFT
“"The tiny seed knew that in order to grow it needed to be dropped in dirt, covered in darkness, and struggle to reach the light"- author unknown. I have grown to appreciate the value in this quotation as life commonly takes us on an unexpected journey of growth. As a Marriage and Family Therapist, I enjoy helping couples, families and adolescents navigate through their problems within their relationships. I also specialize in working with people who struggle with ADHD, Depression, Anxiety and Anger Management. I am also trained as a PrePare & Enrich Couples & Group Facilitator.
African-American
(678) 820-4759
Atlanta, Georgia 30326
Keny Felix, Counselor  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PhD, MDiv, LPC, NCC
“I am a licensed professional counselor committed to helping individuals find effective solutions to their present concerns. Individual, marital, or family therapy is a process that seeks to help persons gain greater insight about themselves and effectively address life's challenges. I am sensitive to multicultural issues and work well with individuals of various backgrounds. While my therapeutic orientation depends on the type of issues presented, my views concerning mental health are holistic. I recognize an individual's spirituality as being a central component around which lasting mental health may be achieved. I am able to address issues related to spirituality with clients so inclined.
African-American
(404) 835-6136
Atlanta, Georgia 30327
Kimberly L Walker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My philosophy surrounding psychotherapy is "In every situation, understand why you do what you do. Once you understand this, appropriately control what you can. That which you cannot appropriately control and/or have no control over, you must learn to effectively cope with." As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker certified through Georgia's Composite Board of Social Workers, I've worked in Mental Health for 13 years with areas of concentration in Individual, Family and Couples Counseling.
African-American
(678) 400-0664
Atlanta, Georgia 30340
Gabriella M Thompson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSEdS, LPC
“It is my experience and belief children and their families desire a loving bond and connection despite the life obstacles they may endure. My techniques and interventions provide reassurance, support, guidance and insight through cognitive behavioral, behavioral modification,play therapy and trainings.My entire professional career, over 15 years, has involved working with children and their families dealing with crises and/or temporary concerns. I have experiences in settings such as daycares, emergency shelters, residential facilities, mental health outpatient clinics, and foster homes. I work in tandem with pediatricians, psychologists, psychiatrists, and teachers to ensure the best effective treatment for my young clients.
African-American
(404) 445-1387
Atlanta, Georgia 30331
Lester C Long, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MSPSY, CCS, CADC
“Substance Abuse Counseling and Assessments (SACA) is dedicated to assisting individuals with alcohol and drug addiction issues regardless of income. It is our philosophy that treatment for substance abuse is most effective when addressed through Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Lester Long, President and primary counselor believes that there is no one who cannot overcome addiction. Lester Long is a recovering addict that came to the understanding that in order to have a productive life, one must restructure their way of thinking.
African-American
(404) 620-4280
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Alan Graham, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Psychotherapy has been called "The Talking Cure." Perhaps it's better understood as the "Listening Cure" because really feeling understood is fundamental to emotional healing and growth. Whether it is understanding yourself, the other person in your relationship, or your child, feeling deeply listened to, feeling deeply understood, is a transformative experience. My approach includes exploring important historical experiences that are holding you back as well as learning new ways to understand yourself in the present. Most importantly, it is the future we're working toward that drives the work we will do.
African-American
(404) 549-6260
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
Cristina Jover Hambrick, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
“While you can't change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve your current challenges. Therapy will help you unearth behavior patterns or negative perceptions that hold you back. You will learn to achieve balance, heal past wounds, enrich relationships, identify maladaptive patterns, and improve interpersonal skills. This journey of self-exploration will lead to a fuller life, one in which you can overcome hurts that prevent you from living life to the fullest.
African-American
(404) 620-6351
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Intimate Details, LLC, Counselor  in Atlanta
“One thing's for sure in all of our lives: Change" is inevitable. In my practice, we'll work towards taking the necessary steps to make positive changes in your life so that you can reap the benefits of your new found happiness. Whether you're dealing with a bad break up, sexuality challenges, conflict with your lover, or just need the comfort of an unbiased listener, I'm here to help. Together, we'll get you well on your way to the life, love, & happiness you deserve.
African-American
(404) 566-5402
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Keely Foster, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I have over 20 years of experience working with women, men and children. I started in Mississippi as a County Supervisor for a local mental health center. I then moved to Atlanta where she worked for about 16 years in public and private mental health. She is able to provide individual, family, couples and sexual abuse counseling.
African-American
(404) 566-9051
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Gambling Counseling Services, Eric Groh LPC NCGC, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Browse my calendar and instantly schedule an appointment or view a slide show of my office interior at psychotherapyatlanta.com Do you or a family member have a gambling problem? Have you tried to stop being a gambler unsuccessfully? Is your spouse considering ending your marriage if you don't get help? There is hope! Problem Gambling can be overcome! With my assistance, we will develop a treatment plan aimed at getting you on your way to recovery and rebuilding your relationships. We will work together to increase self-esteem and restore a strong sense of control in your life.
African-American
(404) 994-6784
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Shatavia A Thomas, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, DMFT, NCC, LMFT
“I offer a non-pathologizing, collaborative, strengths-based approach to individuals, couples, families, and businesses in the form of therapy or consulting services. Areas of Interest: Relationship Issues - Couples/Families & Premarital; Children & Adolescents; Loss/Grief; Transitions; Work-Life Balance; Spirituality Concerns, etc.
African-American
(404) 941-6985
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Quarells Consulting, PC, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“My ideal client is usually someone who is seeking answers to various life stressors or someone who may be seeking to make positive changes in his/her life. Additionally, I work with children and adolescents as well as their families who are looking to maximize their personal and academic successes.
African-American
(770) 450-5013
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Chantay Y Golson, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Sometimes it's much easier to wallow in our problems and hurts. Are you tired of wallowing in self-pity? Have you figured out that worrying only causes more grief/stress /anxiety/tears? Need someone to help you clear your head? Look no further, I too have been where you are and I understand. Isn't it great to learn that there is a way out? Make your appointment today to begin "A New Way of Thinking, Feeling and Living".
African-American
(770) 212-3578
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Vanessa Jackson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My practice is based on narrative therapy principles and honors the wisdom and creativity of the individual seeking consultation in development of a recovery plan. I believe that recovery from emotional challenges is possible for everyone. I serve as a resource person,a holder of safe space and and a witness for my clients. I am committed to an equal and respectful relationship and support the individual in naming her experience rather than utilizing diagnositic labels.rnrnI am woman-centered and my practice serves as a place of empowerment for women and girls.
African-American
(404) 369-2436
Atlanta, Georgia 30310
Mary Coleman Allen, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Thank you for visiting my profile in Psychology Today, and I look forward to working together toward your counseling and wellness goals. My expertise is in infertility, anxiety, depression, burnout, workplace stress, divorce, parenting, and other general counseling issues. I see my clients in a positive light and will work with you through any issues that may be burdening your day-to-day living, with a focus on your wellness and best mental health.
African-American
(404) 236-6139
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.
African-American
(404) 975-1161
Atlanta, Georgia 30331
Aaron Turpeau, Counselor  in Atlanta
“My name is Aaron Turpeau. With my counseling, you don't just get a result here or there, your entire life changes! FIRST SESSION FREE. You deserve the opportunity to explore your situation with a trained professional before you decide to access counseling. Just call and mention this website. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor. I specialize in Personal Growth, Finding a Love Relationship, and Marriage Enrichment. I also have a Master of Divinity. My office is conveniently located with secure parking.
African-American
(404) 566-9101
Atlanta, Georgia 30308

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African-American Therapists
If you're looking for African American therapy in Atlanta or for an Atlanta African American therapist these professionals provide therapy, psychotherapy and counseling that's sensitive to African American cultural issues. They include African American therapists, African American psychologists, African American marriage counselors and African American counselors. Sometimes we refer to them as black therapists in Atlanta or Atlanta black psychologists, black marriage counselors or black counselors in Atlanta. They provide African American counseling in Atlanta or black counseling in Atlanta and are sensitive to black couples and black marriages in Atlanta.

Note: This term is sometimes spelled as 'African-American'.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Atlanta have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Atlanta you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Atlanta and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Atlanta or family therapy in Atlanta.