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Therapists in Lindbergh - Atlanta, GA 30324

Erika Pluhar, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
“Thank you for viewing my profile. You also may visit my website: www.erikapluhar.com. I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Licensed Professional Counselor, and Certified Sex Therapist. I work with adult individuals and couples who have difficulties with relationships and sexuality. My approach supports the integration of the mind, body, and spirit of my clients. I take into consideration each individual's background as well as the dynamics in the relationship. I like to combine cognitive-behavioral techniques with deeper emotional and psychodynamic work. I enjoy coordinating care with other professionals who are involved in your treatment.
(404) 566-9987
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
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.
(404) 620-6351
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Leslie Lezia Brenner, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I invite the people with whom I work in the therapeutic setting to get into recovery from addiction, to resolve depression, anxiety, and stress, to resolve marital, adult sibling, and other relationship issues, to explore healing from past difficulties, and to grow into the future with an enhanced sense of self and lifestyle. Because life often presents problems outside of the therapeutic hour, I am available by telephone and email for after hour crises.
(404) 237-2211
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Pauline Rose Clance, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I am a psychotherapist, teacher, author and consultant. I wrote The Impostor Phenomenon: Overcoming the Fear that Haunts Your Success (available on Amazon.com). Often successful people have a terror that they may not know as much as others think they know and that they may 'blow it' on their next project, job, test or relationship. I work with obstacles (internal and external) that prevent clients affirming their work, their love, their dreams and their life. I work with them to discover and use internal strengths and external resources so they can have more self, work and relationship actualization.
(404) 566-9268
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
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
Sherry Sutherland, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MA
“I believe in a safe, supportive collaborative alliance with my clients, helping them to better able identify and meet their needs and to experience themselves as utilizing their potential to live full and rewarding lives. I offer an integrative approach to psychotherapy which includes a blend of "body-centered" and "talk" therapies, along with other creative arts modalities, such as movement, writing, art-making, and sand tray. This unique blend of cognitive and experiential approaches is informed by a psychodynamic understanding of personality, growth, and development and years of study and practice in assisting others to heal from stress, etc.
(540) 822-0921
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Eli Budd, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Feeling Distressed? Searching for Relief? 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
R. Matthew Kamins, Psychiatrist  in Atlanta
“I am a Psychiatrist who specializes in combining psychotherapy and medication. I prefer to serve as the primary psychotherapist for my patients.
(404) 620-5593
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Jaime Filler, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“It is my goal to build a strong connection with each person I work with to help them fully benefit from the therapy process. My collaborative and supportive approach allows clients to draw on their own strengths to overcome obstacles and helps them live in the present versus focusing on past regrets or future worries. I enjoy working with a variety of emotional and behavioral issues that impact children, teens, adults, couples, and families. Areas of focus include, but are not limited to, anxiety, depression, trauma, life transitions, and parent-child conflict.
(404) 620-6885
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Thom Anderson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MMC, LCSW
“Creating the life and relationships you want is not only possible, it can be fun, exciting, healing. Old patterns, beliefs, hurts, traumas don't have to hold you back. Heal the past and create a rich, new and flexible present. Create a future that honors who you are and who you wish to become as an individual or as a couple or family. Become the author of your own life and relationships; create expansive opportunities and growth free from past patterns, rigid thinking, old wounds, childhood abuses, deep traumas or controlling fears and anxieties.
(678) 671-7554
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Catherine M Meiburg, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Children who experience disruptions, loss, trauma, or learning challenges often live with fear, grief, or anger. These and other difficult emotions can cause distress to them and to those around them. As a play therapist (and mother, teacher, and new grandmother), I help children to express what is troubling them, and to develop more adaptive behaviors and more positive feelings about themselves and others. We cannot change what has happened in their lives, but we can change how they feel about what happened, and help them return to a place of security and confidence.
(404) 334-5743
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
Diane Hilleary, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“With the right kind of support, meaningful change is possible. I know it takes a lot of courage to reach out for help and therefore I want to make sure you get what you need. With that in mind, I tailor my therapeutic approach to each individual and will work with you to develop goals for your therapy. My work is grounded in the belief that everyone deserves to be heard and understood and understanding is the first step to change. I believe through supportive therapy, you can live differently and experience life in a more peaceful and fulfilling way.
(678) 408-4610
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
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
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
Will Mahan, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Are you struggling with sexual identity issues, or just regular day-to-day concerns that you would like to talk with an open-minded and GLBT-friendly therapist about? Are you having trouble with anxiety, depression, career concerns, or addiction recovery? All of the issues above - and more - can often be addressed through counseling. I believe that the perception and function of counseling has evolved rapidly in recent years. More and more people are finding counseling beneficial for not only solving specific problems or dealing with crises, but also for developing more fulfilling and enriching lives.
(404) 229-6177
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Catharine Wirth, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MA
“Do you feel stuck? Are you sad or overwhelmed with things in your life? Therapy can help you to better understand your current situation, as well as figure out how to make the changes to create the life you want. Finding the right therapist is one of the most important parts of the therapeutic process. I strive to create a comfortable environment for my clients by offering a nonjudgmental, curious and caring presence to the work that we do together.
(404) 994-2402
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Ndiya Nkongho, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“What question, when answered, will change your life? The question that you just can't shake is an opportunity to refresh, deepen, and explore your unique identity and values. Your question hints at what matters to you in your relationships, work, life, community, and world. I encourage you to bring the questions in your heart and mind into therapy. With curiosity and compassion, we will clarify the questions that matter to you, assess your current situation, and help you identify those actions that bring you greater awareness, creativity, and joy.
(678) 321-7934 x729
Atlanta, Georgia 30324

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