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Therapists in Atlanta

“I decided to become a therapist because I'm an extravert and I wanted to help people. I figured there couldn't be a better fit for me! Now, my desire is a little deeper. I yearn for people to live an abundant life - to feel KNOWN, CONNECTED and PURPOSEFUL. I believe we can live healthy lives and have fulfilling relationships only when we believe in our inherent WORTH...which was gifted to us from the first moment of our life's journey. If we live out of that truth, we are gentler with ourselves and interact in ways congruent with who we really are.
(404) 975-1964
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
D Nina M Goglucci, Psy.D., Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Need a change? Tired of doing the same thing expecting different results? Throughout my career, I have have witnessed many people like yourself make great changes to improve the quality of their lives. You didn't get here overnight. Change takes time. With commitment and dedication, you will too can make great improvements in your life. It worked for them and it can work for you!
(404) 550-2604
Atlanta, Georgia 30318
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
Libby Balch, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I welcome the opportunity to help you heal and hope again as you take steps toward a healthier future for you and those you care about! People who feel stuck often seek professional assistance to help them journey toward transformation and recovery. I enjoy working with people for however long it takes to reach the their goals in the areas of depression, anxiety, grief, guilt, marital, premarital, trauma, and family of origin problems. I have a lot of experience helping couples recover from infidelity and helping spouses of sex addicts to find their own process of recovery and empowerment.
(678) 275-8487
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Rebecca Marie Holdgrave, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
“Strengthen Your Self Esteem - Increase Your Productivity - Elevate Your Energy Level - Support Your Recovery - Improperly managed emotions can cause you and your loved ones decreased productivity, a lack of drive, strain on relationships, poor communication, and even medical health issues. I can help you channel your positive energy and recharge. I am a licenced marriage and family therapist, trained and experienced in family systems. My therapy sessions are custom designed for each client in order to be flexible, responsive, empowering, and positive.
(404) 941-6983
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Eve Lyn Wedge, Counselor  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MS, LAPC, NCC, DCC, BCC
“Are you suffering from relationship issues, grief, depression, anxiety -- or do you just feel stuck in your life? Recognizing this and seeking help is the first step towards the life that you deserve. Finding a therapist who meets you where you are and makes your overall well-being the primary focus is key. As a National Certified Counselor, as well as a Board Certified Health Coach, I have helped many clients turn their life around. I offer a free initial 30 minute consultation to meet with you and ensure that you feel comfortable with the process.
(404) 994-7003
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Highland Compulsivity Center, Treatment Facility  in Atlanta
“For some, sexuality that was once pleasurable becomes increasingly harder to control and enjoy in a safe, sane, and consensual manner. There are many names for out-of-control sexual behavior, including "sex addiction" "sexual compulsivity" and "love addiction", but when you look at the underlying behavior, the same elements are usually present.
(678) 394-0298
Atlanta, Georgia 30340
Barbara Sachs, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I believe each of us has the ability to feel joy, to be the best we can - to accept life's twists and turns with grace and serenity. Pain can be emotional or physical and can take that joy out of your life. Inside you is the ability to heal, to regain control of your life. It is the collaborative relationship between the therapist and client that makes that happen. Whether its making difficult decisions, dealing with anxiety and depression or working through family issues, lets work together to find solutions. Call me and lets talk. (GA Code 43-10A)
(404) 941-8327
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Mary Coleman Allen, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Quality of life issues, including anxiety and burnout, infertility, and depression are highly impactful on our day to day existence. I look forward to helping you while working together toward your counseling and wellness goals. My expertise is in infertility, anxiety, depression, burnout, workplace stress, divorce, parenting, and other general counseling issues. I also provide third party psychological evaluations with gestational carriers and gamete donors. I see my clients in a positive light and will work with you through any issues that may be burdening your day-to-day living, with a focus on your wellness and best mental health.
(404) 236-6139
Atlanta, Georgia 30342
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 30329
Kristen Aycock, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Do you frequently feel stressed? Is stress leading to arguments with your partner? Are you feeling overwhelmed? Sometimes, no matter how hard we try, stress has a way of hijacking our resources.
(678) 681-9905
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Jared Smiley, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I'm glad you found me.
(404) 994-5260
Atlanta, Georgia 30312
Scott J Leenan, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Scott believes that becoming human is a project, and our task is not so much to discover who we are, as to create ourselves. During therapy he works with clients to examine one's personal values, beliefs, goals, interests, attitude and perceptions of reality. Scott also assists his clients with stress management, personal growth, balance, career development, motivation and time management. Furthermore, he specializes in mood stabilization for individuals struggling with depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder. Scott enjoys working with a diverse clientele, but he has spent much of his career working with medical and business professionals, college students and the LGBT community.
(678) 960-9889
Atlanta, Georgia 30306
Amy S Adams, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I understand each individual as a unique person with their own particular strengths and wisdom. My experience includes working with clients in many stages of life from adolescence to late adulthood, helping individuals with depression, anxiety, loss and grief. I carefully facilitate a collaborative therapeutic and holistic approach in treatment, taking care to incorporate physical, mental, and spiritual health.
(404) 994-6823
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
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
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
Lisa Mahon, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“My work is influenced by psychodynamic, interpersonal and attachment theories. I believe that at the core of a healthy and satisfying life is the capacity to form intimate attachments and maintain ongoing satisfying relationships. Therapy is a place where individuals can tell the meaningful stories of their lives and explore habitual patterns and relational styles. Doing this successfully requires a setting where the person feels safe and comfortable enough to explore their past and present relationships. My goal is for a person to discover the cut-off parts of themrself, thus allowing change and the emergence of one's true self.
(404) 566-8028
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
“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
Marty A. Wakeland, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have over 20 years of experience in the field of mental health. I enjoy working with a variety of populations , including but not limited to people who are anxious, depressed, struggling with relationships, recovery, or have a history of abuse or trauma. I work well at helping people learn to take better care of themselves, and support whatever spiritual journey a person may choose. At the heart of good psychotherapy is an open and honest relationship, where my task is to be mindful always of peoples choices.
(404) 566-7657
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
Vanessa Jackson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My practice is based on narrative therapy principles and honors the wisdom and creativity of the individual seeking consultation in development of a recovery plan. I believe that recovery from emotional challenges is possible for everyone. I serve as a resource person,a holder of safe space and and a witness for my clients. I am committed to an equal and respectful relationship and support the individual in naming her experience rather than utilizing diagnositic labels.rnrnI am woman-centered and my practice serves as a place of empowerment for women and girls.
(404) 369-2436
Atlanta, Georgia 30310
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