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Therapists in Lindbergh - Atlanta, GA 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
Catharine Wirth, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MA
“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. I use gentle exploration and non-shaming confrontation to help my clients discover things about themselves they may not have been aware of.
(404) 994-2402
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
David Harris, Counselor  in Atlanta
Counselor, MTS, MS
“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.
(404) 441-2347
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
Susan Kupferberg, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“It can be overwhelming to search for a psychologist, especially when you are already in distress. A comfortable fit between you and your therapist is by far the most essential ingredient in your healing process. I encourage people to be very thoughtful about selecting someone to work with, and to speak with several people if it doesn't feel right from the beginning. I welcome the opportunity to talk with potential clients about their needs, and view our initial conversation as an important first step toward healing.
(404) 369-4980 x4
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
“Are you repeating the same behaviors over and over and getting the same unhappy results? Do you have unresolved pain or trauma? Therapy produces change, healing and growth. Healing occurs from the inside out. Together, we will find the answers you seek to find new ways of approaching your life and relationships, so that you can heal and move forward with your life. All people desire and can achieve a healthy life. The key is to find what is stopping you from achieving it, and removing those blockages.
(404) 549-5152
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Anne Marie Meehan, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I have devoted my professional life to the psychological awareness as to options, attitudes, and perceptions that can help/hurt one's state and situation. In working with clients it is imperative to listen to the narrative and join together in finding the choices for inner and/or outer change as this pertains to self care and life potential.
(404) 566-9961
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
“I provide evaluations and consultations to clients of all ages for many different issues including accommodations in school or standardized testing, ADHD, learning disabilities, Kindergarten readiness, and mood and behavioral difficulties. I also provide individual and family-focused therapeutic services for children, adolescents, and adults. I offer treatment and support for many issues including academic and learning problems, ADHD, autism spectrum disorders, anger management, anxiety and depression, abuse and trauma, behavioral problems, adoption and foster care, grief and loss, parenting issues, parental separation and divorce, stress management, life transitions, and work-family balance.
(646) 392-7127
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Kenneth B Saunders, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I have 30+ years experience working with individuals, couples and families with a wide variety of issues and goals. I have trained in a variety of psychotherapeutic modalities and employ an eclectic approach to understand and offer support and insight into a broad range of issues and problems-all in a safe and nurturing environment/setting with opportunities to discover, explore and build on the individual strengths and capabilities to face life's challenges. I strongly believe in self determination and hope my interventions and insight opens the door to new understanding and improved overall functioning and happiness.
(404) 341-4318
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
“Clients say that my office, with its' garden and little fountain, is peaceful and my voice is calming. It is a place for thoughtful self-exploration, careful listening, and collaborative dialogue. There is laughter as often as tears.rn I view therapy as a partnership in service of the client's goals.. As an eclectic therapist, I combine and customize different methods to fit the client, often giving "homework" outside sessions.rn After more than 20 years as a therapist, I continue to be fascinated by the uniqueness of individual personalities and lives, celebrating the diversity of my clients.
(404) 369-8080 x22
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
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
“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
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
Patricia Gaya, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Bienvenidos! Welcome! As a therapist, I help my clients affirm and appreciate their individual strengths while helping them uncover inner resources that can help resolve conflicts, work through difficult relationships, and experience a healing and empowering life. I work with adults, adolescents, and children together with their families.
(404) 620-3425
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
David E Loftis, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I have been working with people in Atlanta as a licensed clinical psychologist for almost 32 years. They may be experiencing anxiety or depression or frustration or anger or even hopelessness. These feelings may be related to issues such as their family of origin, their current relationship, their job, their health, their sexuality or other areas of life. While I have on occasion worked with children and adolescents, I work primarily with adults in individual, couples and group psychotherapy. I find it fulfilling to work with people to make positive changes in their lives.
(404) 369-5244 x16
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Sara D Shepherd, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Support and challenge best describes my approach to working with clients. I use a variety of techniques to help address behaviors and thoughts that negatively impact life. I also feel that individual psychotherapy provides an environment for clients to share feelings and talk openly. Change is possible. As a licensed psychologist in Georgia, I have worked with adults with eating and body image issues, depression, anxiety, and other mental health concerns for over twenty years. Please give me a call for more information. I look forward to talking with you to determine if I would be a good fit for you.
(404) 865-3812 x1008
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Daniel Arnold, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Deciding to begin the process of psychotherapy can be daunting as it is the recognition that you want to make changes in your life. The motivation to change might be obvious - there is a specific issue to address - but, sometimes the motivation is not as clear. You want to feel better or have different understandings of why things are and how you can affect the outcome. It is my privilege to accompany you on this expedition. My goal, as a therapist, is to facilitate growth by providing a space that is respectful and empathic, while also providing an opportunity for insight and understanding.
(404) 410-6193
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Suzanne Imes, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I work with adults and older adolescents who are dealing with issues related to depression, anxiety, post traumatic stress, relationships, achievement and success, chronic illness, transitions, early attachment problems, self-esteem, addictions, betrayal, and general problems in living. I focus on self-acceptance and growth rather than on pathology and "change." I believe we are all in this together; I take the journey with my clients rather than thinking I know what is best for them. I think questions are often more important than answers. My motto is: Less judgment, more curiosity.
(404) 369-2493 x23
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

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