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Therapists in Lindbergh - Atlanta, GA 30324

Gordon Tuttle, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I enjoy working with a broad range of individuals and couples who are seeking either relief from psychological distress or pursuing meaningful change. I help people to feel better quickly and also to attain the longer term benefits of psychotherapy, which can include more rewarding relationships, greater self-understanding and greater realization of personal potential. I earned my Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Boston University in 1997 and completed psychology internship training at Harvard Medical School in 1996. I was trained in effective therapies for depression, anxiety, unresolved family of origin issues, relationship problems, chronic illness and sexual orientation concerns.
(404) 566-6035
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Saundra Maass-Robinson, MD., PC, Psychiatrist  in Atlanta
“I am a board certified psychiatrist with over 25 years in practice. The manner in which I practice psychiatry is currently not the 'standard' for my specialty. Less than 11% of American psychiatrists provide comprehensive psychiatric management. I define comprehensive management as the initial assessment, medication management where indicated, individual psychotherapy and alternative medicine techniques where applicable. I am one of this 11%. I never spend less than 30 minutes in follow up sessions with patients, 50 minutes in therapy sessions or less than one hour with the patient during the initial evaluation.
(404) 445-1341
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Eli Budd, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Human beings can change. Through the years I have worked with people of all ages who have managed to change every thing from immediate circumstances to life long, self-defeating patterns. My experience is that when you can find a therapist with expertise in the area of your difficulties, and when there is also a good personal match between you and the therapist, there are few limits on what you can accomplish.
(404) 369-7708
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
“I work with both men and women from late adolescence through adulthood, providing counseling and psychotherapy for individuals, couples, and families. Some counselees are struggling with clinical disorders, some with difficult circumstances, some with life transitions, and some are looking for a way to examine, to grow, and to deepen their experience. My goal is to assist each person in finding and walking their own particular path that will lead them to health, growth and wholeness.
(404) 566-5564
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
“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
Jaime Filler, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Deciding to begin therapy can be a difficult choice. It is my goal to build a strong connection with each family or individual I work with so they feel comfortable and can fully benefit from the therapeutic process. My collaborative and supportive approach allows clients to draw on their strengths to overcome obstacles and make positive changes in their lives. I am grateful to have the opportunity to help people when they are experiencing difficult times. We can all feel stuck in our lives, and it is wonderful to be able to help someone as they work to become unstuck.
(404) 620-6885
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Mary Pat Haffey, Counselor  in Atlanta
“In my work with adults, children, and families I view psychotherapy as a calling as well as a profession, an art as well as a science, and an inherently spiritual endeavor for both therapist and client. A foundational belief of my practice is that all people hold healing and creative potential within themselves. My goal is to create a respectful and encouraging environment in which clients can discover and maximize their strengths. I work as a collaborative partner to promote self-empowerment and life enrichment through increased awareness and skills development, helping my clients work through difficult problems, relationship issues, and life transitions.
(678) 971-2292
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Amy Rostand Morris, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have a general private practice seeing adolescents and adults in individual, couples and family therapies. Among my areas of work are: couples transitioning to parenthood, working with women who are experiencing prenatal and postpartum issues, families having young children with disabilities, parenting difficulties, relationship problems, adolescents and young adults struggling with life transitions, and general stress, anxiety and depression. My approach to psychotherapy is integrative, drawing from many sources particularly psychodynamic and relational principles. As a psychotherapist, my goal is to be present with you, providing a safe space to explore what emerges during the therapy sessions.
(404) 369-2094
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Franklin Abbott, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I form a therapeutic relationship with my clients to help them deal with the issues they present. I draw on my years of experience and training to create the most effective treatment. Most of my clients experience relief within weeks of beginning therapy. Depending on the depth of the issues presented therapy can last a few months to a few years. Trust is the foundation and insight the main tool to create positive and long lasting change. I work with my clients to find what is best for them and support them in making the changes they want.
(404) 900-7646 x1
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Meredith de Saint-Albin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LMSW
“!Hola! Bonjour! Hello! Are you looking for a way to better handle difficult thoughts and feelings in order to live the life you've always wanted? My ultimate goals: to collaborate with you to help you tap into your existing resources and strengths, build resilience and ultimately a rich, full, and meaningful life. I can help you develop skills to cope with anxiety, panic, trauma and PTSD, depression, bipolar disorder, anger, grief and loss, low self-esteem, work- or school-related stress, and recurring nightmares in a new way. Under clinical supervision, I offer sessions in Spanish, French, and English.
(404) 994-6824
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Joe Lowrance, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“We all want happiness, contentment and a general sense of satisfaction with ourselves and in our relationships. But life's challenges can often throw us off track. Therapy is an opportunity to more thoroughly understand the obstacles that get in our way. Primary in my work is to create a supportive and safe environment that allows us to work collaboratively toward healthy change and personal growth.
(404) 369-1552
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Rebecca Clegg, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Does your life feel out of control, and that you are just going through the motions trying to keep up with everything? Maybe you feel a deep sense of anxiety or dread because you know, deep down, that this isn't the life you want to be living. You might be resorting to using food, or other "comforts" do deal with stress, but ultimately you know it isn't helping the problem. You are tired of putting a band aid on the problem. You are frustrated, and are tired of constantly feeling like you are struggling.
(404) 566-8858
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Priscilla Conrad, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I can help individuals and couples who are searching for solutions to the hurt of broken or fragmented relationships. The emotional pain of anxiety, depression, or grief, can be replaced with a sense of hope and joy in living. Change takes time. My clients tell me my skills and training, together with a warm, nurturing, and supportive approach, significantly contributes to the process of rebuilding a sense of meaning and satisfaction with life. I would consider it a privilege to be able to work with you. When you're ready to begin, give me a call or email.
(404) 994-6670
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Autumn Collier, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Each person has the power to create and recreate. We possess the ability to make positive change in our lives and this belief is the core foundation of my work with clients. I offer unconditional positive regard and acceptance to my clients to provide the best opportunity for personal growth. Within my practice I work with diverse individuals on issues such as relationship issues, premarital counseling, depression, and anxiety.
(404) 537-3829
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Tracy Talmadge, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“As a licensed psychologist in independent practice, it is a privilege to use the intimate craft of psychology and witness individuals and couples change for the betterment of their lives. My values of altruism and autonomy guided me to this profession. I offer a straightforward, direct style that still maintains the caring and collaborative nature of my counseling psychology training. Patients experience this initially via my feedback session, after a two session evaluation, I conceptualize the problem, offer explanations regarding the etiology of the problem, and explain how I will work with you towards a satisfactory resolution.
(404) 566-5660
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Hilary Phillips, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Do you ever find yourself thinking - "Wow, this is not the way I thought my life would be..?" If so, you are not alone. Life is so hectic and demanding these days it's easy to feel disconnected from your relationships and the life you dream of having. I work with individuals and couples who want more from their life and their relationships. Whether dealing with communication or conflict challenges, low sexual desire, erectile or ejaculation issues; you can have more, and counseling can help.
(404) 369-1570
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.
(404) 566-5402
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Richard Eliot Schultz, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Patients typically seek me out because they have been struggling (usually for FAR too long) with depression, anxiety, relationship problems, or work-related difficulties. They may also come in for help with more recent stress, grief or loss. My therapeutic style is much more interactive and direct than passive or neutral, and I work very hard to help my patients progress toward their goals as quickly as possible. I employ treatment methods that are supported by the latest research findings, as appropriate. I welcome the opportunity to work with patients of diverse races, religious and ethnic backgrounds, and sexual orientations.
(404) 566-5986
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
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
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

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