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Therapists in 30030

Heather I Kotler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Decatur
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MPH
“For people who have faced extraordinary difficulties, navigating the ups and and downs of everyday life can be a challenge. As a therapist who specializes in working with people dealing with addiction or anxiety or those who suffered a personal trauma, my goal is to help men, women, and teens who struggle with those issues learn the skills to not just get by, but to grow and thrive.
(404) 334-7941
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Kim Lee Hughes, Counselor  in Decatur
“I am a believer. I believe in the positive power of the human spirit. I believe there is more good in humanity than bad. I believe in the power of relationships and their ability to shape and direct our lives. I believe that collective works is the way to build individual success. I believe in the healing nature of genuine attention in the presence of radical listening. I believe that the rapport between a therapist and client can transform lives.
(404) 330-9970
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Amber Cleveland Lewter, Counselor  in Decatur
“As a child of divorced parents I always wondered why some marriages work and other's fail: are some problems too big to resolve? Do the partners not love each other enough? Or is it that some people just aren't a good match? After years of studying marriage and relationships I realized there is no one, single reason that some couples are happily married and others are happier divorced. Solid relationships are built on trust, openness and acceptance. Only the two people involved can determine when or why to end a relationship.
(404) 445-1603
Decatur, Georgia 30030
MountainHeart Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Decatur
“I believe we can change our lives! By mindfully attending to our mind/body/heart processes, we can begin recognizing and reconfiguring old patterns of relating to ourselves and others that impact health and important relationships. In learning to acknowledge and accept what we find, we begin using our own inner resources to achieve and maintain skills for creating happiness, wisdom, and ease in our lives. We learn to respond rather than react. As our relationship to stressful events, relationships and situations begins to change, we begin to see the world through new eyes. And this makes all the difference.
(678) 250-8650
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Sakinah Rasheed, Psychologist  in Decatur
“Welcome to a view of my practice. I am an intuitive, caring, experienced psychologist and life coach. I work with all age groups: children, teens, and adults. I assist my practice members in healing from past hurts, learning new coping strategies, managing stress, building self-esteem, removing blocks to success, and ultimately in reaching life satisfaction and happiness. Relationships, self-esteem, single parent challenges, coping with divorce, and parenting are some of the issues addressed. As a coach, I assist singles in finding their ideal mates, and I assist married couples in finding blissful happiness in their unions.
(404) 369-5690
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Patrick Bryant, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Decatur
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CCH
“Therapy is about meeting you where you are in life, and helping you get where you want to be through connection, acceptance, and growth. We all have strengths, limitations, and lived experiences which help shape who we are, and can also be what guide us on our paths to feeling fulfilled and complete. You may be unaware of your strengths, or your current situation may be clouding them. It's normal to be angry, depressed, anxious, and/or dissatisfied at times, but you can, and deserve the opportunity to, resolve those obstacles and reach the life, relationship, job you want.
(404) 490-0664
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Cristina Jover Hambrick, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Decatur
“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
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Brian Robert Gieringer, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Decatur
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, PhD
“I am a Marriage and Family Resident Therapist serving individuals, couples, and families, and individuals in the Atlanta area. My practice is inclusive and serves both heterosexual and gay and lesbian individuals and couples and their families. I focus on reducing conflict, improving communications, and helping to heal relationship wounds. I help families deal with behavioral issues in adolescent children as well as managing major family transitions like the birth of a child, divorce and remarriage, and other conflicts. With several years experience in inpatient mental health facilities I also help individuals and families dealing with major mental health issues.
(404) 963-8436
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Dee Desnoyers, Counselor  in Decatur
“I am a licensed professional counselor and registered play therapist (supervisor) specializing in child, adolescent, and adult psychotherapy. In my practice, I have two broad specialties: working with the LGBTQ community and providing play therapy for children (for more information, please view my website). In addition to these areas of specialization, I enjoy working with adolescents and adults who struggle with anxiety or depression, interpersonal difficulties, low self-esteem, those who just feel stuck in self-defeating patterns, and those who feel unfulfilled in their lives.
(404) 946-8929
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Stacie Smith, Counselor  in Decatur
“I combine insight-oriented psychotherapy with principles of mindfulness practice and other body-centered approaches and work with adults interested in: *Developing healthy and preventative responses to stress, depression and anxiety *Managing chronic pain and illness *Facilitating personal and spiritual growth *Healing loss and easing life transitions *Utilizing meditative awareness to understand deeper levels of self *Integrating Eastern perspectives of Buddhism, mindfulness, and meditation with Western concepts of psyche, self, and self-in-relationship *Developing rites of passage
(404) 236-6006
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Betsy Frasier, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Decatur
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a licensed clinical social worker with 15 years experience in the area of adult mental health. My approach to therapy emphasizes a genuine presence and warmth. I believe deep listening and presence establish a bond between client and therapist that must be present before theory or technique can be effective. I believe that bearing compassionate witness to others stories can lessen despair, increase trust, and create a safe place for the healing process to begin. I have interest and experience in grief work, persistent anxiety/depression, problems that follow traumatic events or abuse, and helping with life transitions.
(404) 369-2111
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Laura Arcuragi, Counselor  in Decatur
“Laura is a licensed professional counselor and an Intensively Trained Clinician in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) who has been working in the mental health field for over five years. She works with late adolescence, early adulthood, and adults into their later years. She specializes in depression, anxiety, life transitions, bi-polar disorder, borderline personality disorder, PTSD, chronic illness/pain, and care and support to those dealing with the Sexual Addiction of a partner or Spouse. Many family members of someone with a mental illness have worked with her to gain clarity and understanding.
(678) 820-6498
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Vincent Grieco, Psychologist  in Decatur
“In my office I offer clients a warm and supportive therapeutic environment where issues can be successfully addressed and resolved. But it is only with the client's effort and desire to change that psychotherapy is most successuful. Through the years I have found that a direct approach in therapy is most valuable as it allows us both to target those beliefs and behaviors which may require change.
(404) 373-8154
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Kate Zera Kray, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Decatur
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you overcome with grief and wondering how you will (ever) recover from your loss? Are you finding that time does not heal all wounds? I am sorry you are going through a difficult time and I commend you for reaching out for help on your journey. It is my hope that my extensive clinical experience with chronic and acute illness and death and bereavement, coupled with your resiliency and resolve, will enable you to find the tools necessary to reinvest in your life.
(678) 257-4224
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Debra D. Rasouliyan, Counselor  in Decatur
“Individuals, couples, and families face unique challenges today. My focus is to assist in providing therapeutic alternatives by identifying issues that may be impairing people's lives. I believe that by building on already-existing strengths, people can create positive changes within themselves. My experience includes working in a wide range of settings and with a culturally diverse client base. I have lived and studied in Europe and the Middle East. In all cases, I have a deep commitment to my clients and continue to provide a safe, confidential and dignified setting conducive to positive life changes.
(678) 304-7775
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Ashley N. Taylor, Counselor  in Decatur
“I help people recover from mild to severe anxiety and adjust to major life events. Anxiety can make you feel many negative feelings: loneliness, loss of control, joylessness, troubled in relationships, unable to function at work, and nervous that you doing something wrong or that something bad is going to happen. The blending of counseling techniques and spirituality can you help you find the peace and genuine happiness that your heart seeks.
(404) 994-4352
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Pathway to Purpose, Counselor  in Decatur
“I believe you have the potential to become who you desire to be within your heart. It takes courage to confront fears and overcome mental and emotional hurdles that block our best intentions. Circumstances most often out of our control can cause great pain and anxiety. In an attempt to quiet an overwhelming sense of distress, we adopt beliefs and behaviors that are at best, self-compromising. As your therapist, I would be honored to accompany you on your journey towards wholeness. Together we will embrace truth, transcend pain and explore what gives your life meaning while consciously creating the life you desire.
(404) 566-8537
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Linda McNeely McLeod, Counselor  in Decatur
“You know that feeling of excitement and aliveness you had with your partner when you first fell in love, I help couples continue to experience that throughout their relationship. Most of us believe those initial feelings and behaviors will last spontaneously forever. I work with couples to help them become more conscious in their relationship to increase their positive connections and decrease the disruption and pain that often occurs from behaving on their feelings rather than behaving based on their commitment. Learning new ways of communicating and relating helps couples regain and maintain the passion, safety and full aliveness they initially experienced with each other.
(678) 590-2953
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Kathy H Lucy, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Decatur
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Many of the couples I see come to therapy stuck in a vicious cycle that leaves both partners feeling isolated, frustrated, and heartbroken. Their best efforts to connect with and be heard by the other inadvertently lead to more arguments and distance. When relationships don't work, we hurt. So much of our happiness and well-being as individuals depends upon the health of our intimate relationships.
(404) 721-0370
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Steve Sabom, Counselor  in Decatur
“I've practiced psychotherapy for 30 years. I believe therapy helps someone embrace their personal authority, to live as oneself. My approach blends family systems and psychodynamic processes. I work with individuals,couples/partners, families and adolescent males. I have worked in a variety of settings with diverse populations. I have played guitar with local gospel groups. I served in the Army in Vietnam. I believe such experiences allow me to connect with people having various concerns, and enrich my understanding of human development and change.
(678) 723-3898
Decatur, Georgia 30030
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