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Cloverleaf Counseling Center, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sandy Springs
“I offer compassionate, non-judgmental help for individuals and couples who want relief from the painful results of male sexual dysfunction, sex and porn addiction and alcohol and drug problems. This is a shame-free place where clients gain an understanding of their behaviors and create a plan to regain health and integrity, heal shattered relationships and recover from uncontrolled behaviors. There is hope. Sobriety is possible. I am a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist and Master Alcohol and Drug Addiction Counselor and have helped teens and adults, couples and families break free from compulsive behaviors and live a fulfilling life.
(770) 450-5018
Sandy Springs, Georgia 30350
Brenda Saturday, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sandy Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Are you wondering whether your life or your relationship(s) could become more fulfilling? Have you ever thought there is little hope for your personal or professional relationships to be different? Maybe you feel alone, overwhelmed, or frustrated not knowing where to turn or what the next step should be? If these situations sound familiar, I would like to help you discover a new way of being. Learn to rediscover the passion you once had for life in your personal and professional relationships. This is the time to redefine your goals, and chart a new course for a healthier and more successful life.
(678) 658-0962
Sandy Springs, Georgia 30328
George David Angelich, Sr, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Sandy Springs
“I provide therapy bringing deep emotional healing for issues in thinking and behaviors by recognizing the powerful unconscious, using dreams, day dreams, or imaginative narratives in the helping process to begin to find happier more meaningful ways to think and live.
(404) 620-6547
Sandy Springs, Georgia 30328
Richard Blue, Psychologist  in Sandy Springs
“My approach is to accept that all people will see the world through their own filter. Everyone's belief system makes sense from their perspective. Unhappiness is caused by the view people take of things so the internal dialogue is the key to understanding people. Focus of therapy is to help indiviudals find a better way of looking at their current situation through empathy and cognitive restructuring. The ultimate goal is finding some joy in the journey.
(404) 445-2418
Sandy Springs, Georgia 30328
Debi C Buckland, Counselor  in Sandy Springs
“"Debi does an excellent job challenging routine thought processes and uncovering true motivations of the client." I am a Business focused Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Career Counselor with extensive experience in guiding clients as they navigate through life's transitions, whatever that transition may be. Couples Counseling, Individualized Career Exploration/Coaching,Pre-Marital Counseling and Individual Psychotherapy including Men's issues.
(404) 566-8969
Sandy Springs, Georgia 30328
Karen Kallis, Counselor  in Sandy Springs
“I believe that we all have an inherent resilience that allows us to grow and to overcome difficult circumstances. Sometimes we need help in reclaiming those skills and finding new understanding to function in our environment. I am grateful to work with children and parents struggling with anxiety, divorce, grief, bullying, and low self esteem. I am dedicated to help children feel empowered and apply new skills. We will work together to discover a sense of belonging in family, school, and community; overcome feelings of inferiority; and learn strategies to feel connected, cooperative, and capable.
(404) 865-3825
Sandy Springs, Georgia 30328
Sarah Mings, Counselor  in Sandy Springs
“My focus is to facilitate your pursuit in creating the relationships and life goals you seek to realize. I want to enable you to create the life you are yearning for. I teach skills which will reduce stress, enhance the quality of your life, and open up possibilities for your fullfillment.
(678) 389-3586
Sandy Springs, Georgia 30350
Brenda L. Fulp, Counselor  in Sandy Springs
“Our emotions have a tremendous impact on our health and sense of well-being. Some people go through life feeling lost or stuck, struggling in their relationships and careers, not understanding what is happening or why they feel the way they do. Whether clients are feeling distressed, overwhelmed or discouraged from a current situation or a chronic problem that never seems to get resolved, I help them find the courage and confidence to overcome challenges and reach for their goals.
(404) 369-4922
Sandy Springs, Georgia 30328
Tara Towler, Counselor  in Sandy Springs
“I believe in helping others through their difficult time whether it is a trauma, behavioral issues, or addictions. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor that offers a range of therapeutic services. My experience ranges from treating children that have suffered traumas and behavior issues to adults that are struggling with personal issues and addictions. Furthermore, I am compassionate and empathic therapist with a strong drive to help individuals. For seven years I have worked with children, teenagers, and adults that are struggling with abuse, depression, addictions, relationship issues, or behavior problems.
(404) 586-4703
Sandy Springs, Georgia 30350
“Creating a non-judgmental atmosphere of safety and understanding is critical to success in therapy and the facilitation of desired change. My patients count on me to provide an honest professional appraisal of their specific situations for which they are seeking change and to offer pragmatic, realistic, and sometimes challenging guidance.
(404) 369-4708
Sandy Springs, Georgia 30328
Judy Mckinley, Counselor  in Sandy Springs
“Hello and welcome. I look forward to working with you in a therapeutic relationship that provides you a safe and supportive opportunity for exploration, healing, growth and change. Through this relationship you will learn to improve the way you experience, trust and care for yourself. These improvements will allow you to live more fully in relationship with yourself and others. Together, you and I will collaborate to fully understand the issues that concern you, and to explore their significance in your life.
(678) 820-4824
Sandy Springs, Georgia 30328
George R. Warsaw, Ph.D., LLC, Counselor  in Sandy Springs
“Best Counselor 2013 and 2012, Kudzu Reviews. Welcome. You are taking the first step toward high quality counseling. I get right to the point and start working with you immediately. With empathy and clinical skills, I learn how you function so you can work on your issues OUTSIDE our time together. Your success is the result of a collaborative effort. Sometimes we'd like to head outdoors and walk and talk during our session. That works, too. Some issues: Abandonment, Anger, Anxiety, Betrayal, Childhood Trauma, Communication Difficulties, Conflict, Decision-Making, Infidelity, Insecurity, Parenting Skills, Problem-Solving, Self-Image, Sober Living.
(404) 256-0244
Sandy Springs, Georgia 30328
Deanna Shank Rees, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Sandy Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a flexible directive therapist who helps my clients communicate more effectively and to be more conscious in their daily lives.I promise to treat you with care,respect and dignity.Asking for help is difficult and I promise to make it as easy as possible.One of my specialties is couples therapy.These clients need to look at their own history and see how it impacts their relationship.I do a directive type of therapy and I ask my couples to do assignments between sessions.Also an area of expertise is grief counseling especially coping with the lose of a spouse or child.
(678) 929-1271
Sandy Springs, Georgia 30328
Sara M Page, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Sandy Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, L, C, S, W
“I believe in creating a warm, supportive, non-judgemental environment when working with an individual or couple. Trust, understanding and compassion are key ingredients for me! I am an active therapist.. trying to combine listening well with offering insightful, focused help and feedback. My greatest satisfaction comes when my clients have resolved the challenging problems and struggles that are a realistic part of all of our lives.
(770) 450-5595 x3
Sandy Springs, Georgia 30328
Stephanie K Nowacki-Butzen, Psychologist  in Sandy Springs
“I have over 4 years' experience in group practice providing community mental health services for individuals struggling with mental health issues and personality disorders. I completed a 1-year post-doctoral residency in Structural Family Therapy and a 1 year internship with Veterans Affairs during which I specialized in the treatment of PTSD and other issues related to trauma/abuse. I received my Bachelors in psychology with a minor in marriage and family from Berry College in Rome, GA and my Masters and Doctorates degrees from Regent University in Virginia Beach, VA.
(678) 712-5856
Sandy Springs, Georgia 30328
Laura Zviovich, Counselor  in Sandy Springs
“I provide therapy to adults, adolescents, and children. I offer a supportive environment aimed at helping my clients gain knowledge about themselves and strengthen their coping skills to deal with their difficulties. My goal is to promote self-growth, well-being, and the ability to develop healthier relationships. I utilize an integrative approach, drawing upon diverse treatment methods, adjusting the therapy to clients' needs. My areas of interest include Depression, Anxiety, Eating Disorders, Grief and Loss, Substance Abuse, Anger Management, Parenting, Relational Problems, and Ethnical/Cultural Diversity Issues. I perform Substance Abuse and Anger Management Evaluations.
(678) 973-1557
Sandy Springs, Georgia 30350
Stephanie Robins Woodman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Sandy Springs
“My therapy style is fresh, fun, nurturing, and non-judgmental. I provide a professional, positive, and safe environment for my clients to be themselves. My therapy approach is both directive and interactive. The therapy style is tailored to the individual/couple/family and providing the ideal therapeutic experience best suited. My clients have an active role in the therapeutic process and gain a better understanding of self as well as help them see their role in the relationships around them. I am a therapist, educator, client advocate, provider of resources, active listener, coach, and personal "cheerleader". Best feature:My Creativity.
(404) 566-7922
Sandy Springs, Georgia 30328
Marta B Stefanyshyn, Counselor  in Sandy Springs
“Make Change Happen! Let me help you to make the lasting changes in your life that you have been needing and wanting. From struggles in relationships, to problems with depression or anxiety, I can help. I believe that people are creative and have unique strengths. Connecting with your strengths can help you deal with difficulties and successfully resolve issues so that you can have the life you most want. If your insurance co-payment or deductible is too high, together we can discuss payment options that are affordable for you. I also have Saturday appointments available.
(404) 334-2598
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Sandy Springs, Georgia 30350
Bree Winkler, Counselor  in Sandy Springs
“No time to drive to therapy appointments? In-Home therapy sessions are a convenient solution. Helping you understand and manage your emotions and behaviors is my primary focus. My goal is to help you find practical, efficient, and effective answers to the challenges you are facing. I work closely with you to ensure your success through a healthy therapeutic relationship. I understand you deserve privacy and confidentiality, in addition to convenience. I specialize in working with adults and adolescents. I offer a holistic approach to therapy and incorporate Cognitive Behavioral Therapy techniques.
(678) 563-1984
Office is near:
Sandy Springs, Georgia 30328
Debra F McElhaney, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sandy Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, LMFT, LPC, CIRT
“Caring for yourself and your relationships is the most important task you will ever have. Paying attention to and nourishing your emotional well being is as important as caring for your physical health. Often I encounter individuals, couples and families struggling with the excessive demands of life in the 21st century. Depression, anxiety and addictions are common in our society. Conflicts and difficulty in communication with those closest to us can often lead to feelings of isolation and despair.
(404) 369-2002
Office is near:
Sandy Springs, Georgia 30342
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