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Therapists in Statesboro

Open Door Detox, Treatment Facility  in Statesboro
“Willingway offers a freestanding medical detox program that provides individuals the help they need to begin recovering from alcohol and drug addiction. Evaluations and assessments for the recommendation of further treatment options are included upon completion of the program. For over 40 years, Willingway's focus has been saving the lives of people with alcohol and drug problems. A nationally-recognized alcohol and drug addiction treatment program, featuring private rooms, Willingway promotes a lifelong continuing recovery program so that patients may enjoy a life of sobriety and success. Delivering patients and families the highest quality addiction treatment care with dignity, compassion and respect is the mission.
(866) 855-5819
Statesboro, Georgia 30458
Barbara H Forman, Counselor  in Statesboro
“I help patients have a better understanding of their emotions and whats underlying their behavior. I have extensive clinical experience working with couples and relationship issues, I specialize working with couples and relationship issues. I have additional training with domestic violence. I also work with individuals with depression,anxiety, personality disorders, addiction,chronic pain and stress management. I treat couples,individuals,families and children. As a therapist I will help you gain awareness and understanding of your emotions and behavoir. I will help you establish healthier ways of communication and positive coping skills. together we will set goals for the future.
(561) 629-9240
Statesboro, Georgia 30458
D Dionne Bates,   in Statesboro
“I specialize in helping individuals discover who they TRULY are, accept and affirm their true selves, and integrate their true selves into various aspects of their lives. A whole self is a healthy self and a healthy self is a loving self - loving of self, others, and life!
(912) 480-4672
Statesboro, Georgia 30458
Melissa Miller, Counselor  in Statesboro
“I seek to meet and understand each unique individual from their perception of their own life experience as they know it. I work with individuals in a respectful, caring, and compassionate manner, taking into account, ethnic, racial, economic, religious, cultural, gender, and class differences.
(912) 764-7001 x3
Statesboro, Georgia 30458
WILLINGWAY - The Addiction Treatment Experts, Treatment Facility  in Statesboro
“For over 40 years, Willingway's focus has been saving the lives of people with alcohol and drug problems. A nationally-recognized alcohol and drug addiction treatment program, featuring private rooms and baths, Willingway promotes a lifelong continuing recovery program so that patients may enjoy a life of sobriety and success. Delivering patients and families the highest quality addiction treatment care with dignity, compassion, and respect is the mission. Levels of Care offered: Confidential Assessments, Medically-Managed Detoxification, Inpatient Treatment Program, Intensive Day Treatment, Outpatient Treatment Program, Long-Term Treatment Program, Continuing Care Program, Family Programs, Professionals Program.
(866) 341-6696
Statesboro, Georgia 30458
Anisa Grantham, Counselor  in Statesboro
“Certified counselors in alcohol and drug abuse, eating disorders and food addiction- depression, anxiety and trauma. Thank you for your interest in Rincon Recovery... It is a privilege to serve our community. My mentor impressed upon me, "we all have our own answers- it's whether or not we are asked the right questions" - As a counselor I always remember I am not the one with the "power". Sometimes having the opportunity to process the experience with a counselor- identifying what has worked and what has not- provides a different direction. Life changes- whether we embrace it or fight it- it's gonna happen!
(912) 292-1676
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Statesboro, Georgia 30458
Toni Rahman, Traveling Healer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Statesboro
“A trusting relationship can often be the first step toward healing. Within my practice I use a holistic, mind-body approach including Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) to alleviate the effects of trauma in both children and adults. Trauma comes in all shapes and sizes, and tends to plague us all to varying degrees, at one time or another, whether it's the Big-T Trauma of an automobile accident or the loss of a loved one; or the smaller-t trauma a child experiences when encountering emotions that he or she can't yet put into words.
(573) 415-8124
Office is near:
Statesboro, Georgia 30458
Kyle Ellis, Counselor  in Statesboro
“I believe in doing my part in changing the stigma that remains in our society regarding emotional and behavioral difficulties so that individuals can accept the help they need to move forward with their lives. My desire is to help those who would not typically come in to see a counselor but who wish to enact positive changes and may not be sure how they can do so or where to start. I have worked in community clinics serving those with behavioral disorders and addictions for over 5 years and have significant experience with groups, families, adults, adolescents, and children.
(912) 253-8003
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Statesboro, Georgia 30458
(912) 266-8548
Statesboro, Georgia 30458
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