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Therapists in Monroe

Angie M. Eells, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Monroe
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Hi. My name is Angie Eells. I am a licensed clinical social worker currently located in downtown Monroe Georgia. I work with children, adolescents, couples and adults. I hold true the core values that every person should be respected, treated with dignity and given a safe therapeutic space to explore their complex issues as they begin their healing process and quest for personal growth. When we realize we are not living life fully, it takes courage to begin change. Often we find ourselves depressed, anxious, tired and angry. "Thing just aren't right." Change is Possible.
(706) 901-9966
Monroe, Georgia 30655
Rick E Baker, Counselor  in Monroe
“As your counselor I look forward to hearing your story and helping you find ways to resolve the issues that bring you to see me. With over 12 years of experience I will offer a compassionate response to you and/or your family.I am flexible with my rates and adaptable with my hours. Working with families who are in conflict and with parents that find themselves in difficult situations are my strengths. I look forward to the opportunity to serve you. Premarital counseling is also provided to those seeking marriage; As an Ordained Minister marital services can be provided.
(678) 245-6109
Monroe, Georgia 30656
Linda Clofine, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Monroe
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“With 30 years experience in counseling, I have dealt with a wide range of problems and situations and continue to love the challenge! With respect and gentle guidance I will walk you through your process. I see individuals and families of all ages and gender. I am comfortable with severe mental illness as well as situational depression and anxiety.
(770) 450-5853
Monroe, Georgia 30655
Samuel Evans, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Monroe
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Drug & Alcohol Counselor, LPC, CRC, NCC, EdS, MEd
“I have offices in Athens Georgia which is near Watkinsville-Oconee and Monroe, Winder and Jefferson Georgia. My Loganville office is also near Monroe, Snellville, Lawrenceville, Grayson, Conyers and Covington. We are not very far from Stone Mountain and Atlanta. We offer a State approved DUI school as well as State approved clinical substance abuse evaluations. We are also State approved for Family Violence Intervention and anger management.
(706) 510-0363
Office is near:
Monroe, Georgia 30655
Tamora Young, Counselor  in Monroe
“I was initially trained in addiction counseling for adolescents, thus I'm more verbal than alot of therapists. I believe that most personal growth is done outside the session with homework assignments, active behavioral changes, and challenging irrational self-talk.
(404) 566-7280
Office is near:
Monroe, Georgia 30656
“As a Cognitive Behavioral therapist I know that what we believe effects what we do and what we think about our selves and our place in the world. Depression, Mood Disorders, Anxiety, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder are all impacted by what we believe and how we understand and relate to the world. Working as a trauma therapist, I find helping people find alternative way to understand their experiences to be one of my greatest joys.
(706) 403-3497
Office is near:
Monroe, Georgia 30655
The Banyan Tree Center, Counselor  in Monroe
“The Banyan Tree Center is an integrative counseling & wellness facility committed to a holistic approach to overall wellness. We provide professional, integrative and comprehensive services tailored to the individual needs of each person and family we serve. Our work is grounded in the most effective treatment approaches available, promoting lasting change and personal transformation. We believe that focusing on the whole person is the most effective way to produce lasting change. Therefore, we strive to provide a comprehensive selection of professional services in one convenient location.
(706) 610-0845
Office is near:
Monroe, Georgia 30655
Carroll S Kerr, Counselor  in Monroe
“My ideal client is someone who is willing to explore and wanting to heal. I enjoy people, problem-solving, and helping people to achieve their goals. Many wonderful teachers have taught me how to help my clients heal & grow. One used to call it "pulling weeds". A great analogy. Another, a naturalist, said there is a use/purpose for every plant. It's also true for people. Yet another teacher said we all suffer from feeling "not good enough". This results from negative self-talk which begins when "bad" things happen to us. I look forward to meeting you & helping you rediscover who you really are.
(678) 369-3059
Office is near:
Monroe, Georgia 30655
Stacey O'Neil Kitchens, Counselor  in Monroe
“I see clients who seek counseling for a broad range of reasons, including: ~Relationship and family issues: pre-marital counseling, marital conflicts, intimacy and attachment issues, sexual issues, addiction and codependency concerns, infidelity, divorce recovery, blended families, communication skills, adolescent development, academic problems, family relationships, parenting skills and training ~Growth Counseling: grief and loss, career transitions, interviewing skills, employment issues, professional development, life transitions ~Health and Wellness: anxiety, depression, mood disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder, stress issues, weight issues, eating disorders, trauma and abuse recovery, alcohol and substance abuse recovery, adult children of alcoholic (ACoA) issues
(404) 566-9417
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Monroe, Georgia 30655
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