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Therapists in Rome

Judith Tutin, Psychologist  in Rome
“You know how you sometimes have trouble getting everything done and making needed changes in your life? I help people get things done, make the changes and move ahead to reach their most desired life goals. As a certified coach, I work with people who are involved in transitions like divorce, relocation and job changes, or working on major projects and lifestyle changes. I love helping people move ahead with the juggling act of life in order to live happily and more fulfilled.
(706) 680-7902
Rome, Georgia 30165
Frank G Pratt Iii, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rome
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My interests are primarily focused on my client's relational with others, and with themselves. I enjoy helping clients understand how their needs, desires, and behavior affects others around them, and how it can affect his or her own self-esteem. Most of my career has been dedicated to working with individuals who have serious mental illnesses. I am comfortable working with a wide range of clients, regardless of what illness they have, or the severity of their symptoms.
(706) 383-2842
Rome, Georgia 30165
Sheri Grove, Counselor  in Rome
“I offer a safe place for individuals, couples, and families to develop a renewed sense of hope in their current circumstances and the possibility of healing in the important relationships of their lives. I help clients find ways to cope or gently let go of the things that weigh them down while encouraging them to discover and hold on to those things that bring them life.
(678) 369-1118
Rome, Georgia 30161
Teddi A Mitchell, Counselor  in Rome
“I work with various types of clients and issues. I deal with mood disorders, grief, relationship issues with married couples, as well as premarital couples, some substance abuse and anger issues also. I add in the spiritual aspect when requested since I am a Christian Counselor and also enjoy doing Life Coaching. My goal is to assist people toward a more whole and healthy life and work with them to find their answers and what has been getting in their way, especially from their past.
(706) 291-9522
Rome, Georgia 30161
Beverly Cambron Mason, Counselor  in Rome
“Has anxiety, depression, or anger taken over your life? You have come to the right place! Let's find out what you are really angry about, so we can defeat it. Depression is an issue that I work with every day. You are not alone. Together, we can overcome it. Anxiety is worry about the future, and is often learned behavior. Was someone in your family a worrier? Let's work together on getting rid of the anxiety. Today you are in a unique position to make a positive, life-changing decision for yourself. You can have a peaceful life.
(706) 550-9628
Rome, Georgia 30161
Creative Hope Counseling Inc., Counselor  in Rome
“K. Deanna McClannahan is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Registered Art Therapist, Play Therapist, Artist, Author and Professor. She enjoys traveling, cooking, children, and being creative. In 2003 she attended art school at Lorenzo Di Medici in Florence, Italy. She graduated from Berry College in 2005 with a Bachelor's in Studio Art & Art History and minored in Visual Communications and Psychology. She graduated from Prescott College in 2008 with a Masters degree in Counseling Psychology and Expressive Art Therapy. She has recently return to school to pursue her Ph. D in expressive therapies.
(678) 573-4758
Rome, Georgia 30161
Charles Fuller, Counselor  in Rome
“I provide counseling to a wide range of clients with compassion and the benefit of varied life experiences. I endeavor to provide a place for healing, a safe place to explore your situation, and to meet you wherever you may be in your life journey. No one knows what it is like to be you, except you. My specialties include relationships, impaired professionals, adult children of dysfunctional families, mood disorders, stress management, and coaching. I welcome individuals, couples, and families. Please visit my website www.cefuller.com for additional details. Feel free to contact my office with any questions.
(678) 710-3347
Office is near:
Rome, Georgia 30161
“I specialize in the treatment of adolescents and adults suffering from anxiety, depression and substance abuse. Our staff consists of Clinical psychologists, Licensed Professional Counselors, Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Substance Abuse Professional.
(706) 680-7695
Office is near:
Rome, Georgia 30165
Personal Coaching & Psychotherapy Associates, LLC, Counselor  in Rome
“Joie de vivre:"a cheerful enjoyment of life;a philosophy of life which involves one's whole being." When was the last time you knew that as your own? If you are depressed, in a bad relationship, experiencing grief or loss; going through a major transition or facing the dissolution of something you counted on to be a cornerstone of your life - it's probably been a while. If you feel stuck and can't quite take the steps to get 'unstuck'- it's probably been a while. Call me. Let's talk about how I may be of help.
(678) 383-7387
Office is near:
Rome, Georgia 30161
Pamela A Bridgeman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rome
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW, MA
“A Healing Journey Counseling and Consultation offers counseling for emotional distress and mental illness as well as providing support during times of transition and adjustment to new life circumstances. I have provided compassionate care since 1974 and professional mental healthcare since 1976. Clinical interventions are guided by spiritual principals and Motivational Interviewing, Solution-Focused brief therapy, and Cognitive-Behavioral therapy.
(770) 983-4444
Office is near:
Rome, Georgia 30165
Lakeview Behavioral Health, Treatment Facility  in Rome
“Lakeview Behavioral Health is a 60-bed inpatient facility, serving adult and adolescent patients located just four miles north of the Perimeter in Norcross, Georgia. With a proven track record of success and commitment, we continue to change our local communities, our State and most of all the lives of our patients and their families. It is our mission to set ourselves apart from others by offering individualized, superior care, that improves the quality of life for our patients and provides a reliable resource for the community.
(678) 974-1397
We serve:
Rome, Georgia 30165
“Ridge Creek School (RCS), located on a 215-acre campus one hour north of Atlanta, helps young people make significant gains in emotional maturity and academic achievement. Integral to the RCS program is an equal emphasis on the college-preparatory academic curriculum and student's therapeutic work. The Ridge Creek School staff cooperate to help students develop all aspects of their lives: physical, mental, emotional, social, and spiritual. The 10:1 student to teacher ratio ensures individual attention and a return to academic success.
(706) 403-4254
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Rome, Georgia 30161
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