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Therapists in 30030

Anne D Bartolucci,   in Decatur
“Insomnia is a disorder that touches every aspect of a person's life. There's nothing more miserable than struggling to sleep, which seems like it should be so natural and easy. Then, during the day, you wonder why, if you're so tired, is it so hard to sleep at night? It is possible to get sufficient high-quality sleep without the use of medication. Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment for Insomnia (CBT-I) has been recommended as the first line of treatment for chronic insomnia, and I have seen it work in clients from age 15 up to 90+.
(404) 566-6151
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Ronee Griffith, Psychologist  in Decatur
“You need a place to be yourself, where the underbelly and blemishes are welcome without shame or judgment. You work hard, try your best, and still struggle to understand why your life or relationships are not what you thought they would be. You want to feel comfortable and safe with another person who will be supportive and challenge you to take a deeper look inside and make changes that you and others will notice.
(770) 212-3473
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
Melanie Bliss, Psychologist  in Decatur
“I often work with clients who are truly struggling with life - in relationships, with personal situations, with trauma. I focus on resiliency, hope, and growth, and I try to help clients apply tools and skills as they talk through their thoughts and feelings. I am interactive and collaborative, and employ a down-to-earth, relaxed approach to therapy. I help people discover and maximize their personal strengths. I can help you be more effective in relationships, regulate your mood, and tolerate distress in your life.
(404) 220-7959
Decatur, Georgia 30030
“I believe that anger, substance abuse, and behavioral problems can be reduced to the lowest common denominator in order to engage in a healthy lifestyle. As a Licensed Associate Professional Counselor, Master Level Therapist, National Certified Counselor, Certified Anger Management Specialist, and a State and International Certified Addiction Counselor I can assist you in engaging in a healthy lifestyle by providing a holistic approach to empower self-efficacy. I am on the Georgia DUI State registry as a Clinical Evaluator #2211/ASAM Level 1 Treatment Provider. Anger Management Evaluations, Non-DUI Alcohol and Drug Evaluations, Anger Management Classes, Parenting Classes are provided in Decatur, Georgia.
(678) 685-8188
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Alduan Tartt, Psychologist  in Decatur
“I love working with children, families, couples and individual adults who are ready for immediate change and results. I am extremely positive, encouraging and results focused. I specialize in brief therapy and coaching models for highly motivated clients who desire to feel hope, change and success as quickly as possible. I love challenges and work with the entire system (school, corporation, team, parents, mentors, etc.) to realize lasting change and happiness. I also love to teach via workshops, webinars and especially public speaking. I am also extremely respectful of combining religion and psychology!
(404) 220-8593
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Elana Winfrey, Counselor  in Decatur
“Getting to feeling better starts with the decision you have made today---that you "want better." Circumstances may have brought you to a place in which you don't know what direction to turn. You know that you want your feeling to change, but "how" is keeping you stuck and caught up in the same cycle, day after day. Counseling is a 'relationship' between you and I, with a common goal we define together. Improve you relationship. Stop feeling the weight of depression. Stop feeling overwhelmed by life stress and anxiety. It absolutely CAN get better.
(678) 216-4178
Decatur, Georgia 30030
John R Lucy, Psychologist  in Decatur
“I have a strong interest in helping individuals and couples in the midst of life transition and/or turmoil find vision, connection and greater meaning for their lives. Life transitions can range from the dark and difficult times when you are unsure what to do, to the excitement of new opportunities. As a licensed clinical psychologist with a masters degree in theology, I enjoy connecting the personal ways individuals make sense of their lives with the larger body of knowledge achieved through clinical training and the current and evolving knowledge base of the psychology and neuroscience field.
(404) 369-4730
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
Barbara Freer Skibell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Decatur
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My primary focus is to assist clients to identify and build upon their strengths and talents, leading to positive change in their lives; allowing them to reach their fullest potential - individually, in relationship, as part of a community and in their life's work. I have a deep respect for the dignity of the individual, with their unique cultural, religious/spiritual beliefs, and sexual orientation.
(404) 369-7569
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Walker Care, Treatment Facility  in Decatur
“Even the most understanding, logical, free spirited, smart, successful person can feel misunderstood, unsupported, overwhelmed, and alone. Life has a way of beating us up sometimes, and just when you think it couldn't get worse, a concurrent challenge arises and life becomes a lot to deal with. Anger, aggression, anxiety, depression, substance abuse, self-hurting behaviors, negative thoughts and self doubt are ineffective ways we often times use to cope with life transitions and stressors. We believe everyone has an important story to tell which is why our treatment philosophy focuses on an individualized, multisystemic therapy approach rooted in evidence-based practices that are not cookie-cutter approaches to treatment. On the contrary, WALKER CARE treatments are specifically tailored to the problems of the individual and family than "generic" counseling. And the positive outcomes are backed up by research studies.
(404) 620-4714
Decatur, Georgia 30030
John Wayne Wilson, Counselor  in Decatur
“With over 10 years of experience as a practicing therapist, I understand that therapy is not the easiest journey to take when you have to address challenging life circumstances. The easier path to take is to do nothing and remain unhappy and dissatisfied. Meaningful change in life will not happen unless you make the commitment to change. I provide a safe, comfortable, supportive, and non-judgmental space for you to do the work you need to do so you are better able to fulfill your dreams. You only have to be willing to make a difference in your life.
(678) 466-7505
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Thrive Center for Psychological Health, Psychologist  in Decatur
“The therapists of Thrive focus on the person of the client. We highlight resiliency rather than weakness, empowering clients to find their strengths, their truth, and their will to change. We strongly value the therapeutic relationship, and believe that effective therapy involves a collaboration between the therapist and the client. Our role is to guide an interpersonal process of exploration, insight, healing and change. We believe that through courage and acceptance, any personal, relational, behavioral, or professional goal becomes absolutely possible.
(404) 620-3771
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Ty Harris, Counselor  in Decatur
“I believe that while nobody can go back and change the past, anyone can make a new ending starting today. It is never too late to embark on a new path so you can become the person you desire to be. As your therapist I will guide you through a healing process that balances your emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual being. I will embark with you on your journey to wholeness and together we will explore life's meaning, create growth and healing, and explore new possibilities for living authentically. Today can be the first step to a new beginning!
(404) 721-1531
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
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
Melissa D Sexton, Counselor  in Decatur
“I work with college and graduate students, individuals and couples seeking counseling for relationship issues, women who struggle with self-esteem issues, people seeking career changes, people having a crisis of faith and/or meaning, and single parents. Call me if you are in transition of any kind, are "stuck" in your significant relationship or work environment, have anxiety/depression while in school or on the job market, or seek premarital counseling. Additionally, I do specialize in working with people having symptoms of PTSD.
(678) 661-9293
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Lisa Cottrell, Counselor  in Decatur
“When you need support, guidance, and a safe place in which to heal, it is important that you find a loving, insightful and highly trained therapist that feels right for you. Clients tell me that I put them at ease with my accepting and non-judgmental attitude. At the same time, I point out options you may not have considered and teach you new ways of dealing with your problems. I have over 12 years experience guiding clients through depression, traumatic experiences, childhood abuse, anxiety, grief, life transitions, and addiction into health and happiness. Individual, couples and group counseling.
(404) 996-1796
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Ebony Huckabee, Counselor  in Decatur
“Ebony is an uplifter, transformer, and holistic practitioner. She believes that healthy mind, body, and spirit are essential to achieving total wellness. Ebony serves as a collaborative partner, and allows each client to be the "expert" of their own life. She has 10 years of experience in the field, and has worked with various populations. Ebony enjoys helping others identify their strengths, clarify goals, and make healthy choices. She maintains a nonjudgmental and positive attitude, while valuing the diversity of others. Ebony is delighted to help adolescent girls and adult women navigate through the challenges of life.
(404) 620-4545
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Hypnosis Atlanta Behavior Modification,   in Decatur
“As a hypnotherapist with nearly a decade's experience I have seen a wide variety of clients. Issues range from habit control behavior modification--think smoking cessation and weight control--to more complex thought orientation concerns. While I do not treat or diagnose medical conditions, I offer a wide array of hypnotherapy solutions. If you're wondering if hypnotherapy can help, I've found that the answer is usually a resounding "yes"!
(404) 996-1091
Decatur, Georgia 30030
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