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Therapists in Sugar Hill

Dan Richart  in Sugar Hill
“Everyone possesses various inner strengths. From toddlers to the elderly, we possess qualities that make us the one-of-a-kind individuals God made us to be. Sometimes we never recognize these strengths, or worse yet we recognize them and hide them for a variety of reasons. These strengths, when fully realized, can help us through the toughest of times, as well as help us achieve our dreams and aspirations. Part of what I help my clients do is locate these strengths, own them, and embrace them. Without them, we can feel lost, alone, worthless, and hopeless.
(678) 648-4561
Sugar Hill, Georgia 30518
Holly Tickle, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Sugar Hill
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MDiv, LMFT
“I specialize in working with Couples to help to save Marriages or Difficult Relationships. I see Couples dealing with Affair Recovery, Angry Fighting, Second Marriages and more. I offer Pre-marital counseling and Family counseling. I also work with Teenagers dealing with Break-ups, Family Fighting or other difficulties. I offer Grief Counseling to those experiencing the loss of a loved one. I also see individuals who are depressed or have anxiety. I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist as well as a Minister in the Presbyterian Church and can offer Spiritual resources when needed.
(678) 820-6939
Sugar Hill, Georgia 30518
Mary Melton, Psychologist  in Sugar Hill
“When you are distressed, it is helpful to talk with an experienced psychologist. I bring warmth and common sense to my work with you. I specialize in helping adults with many types of anxiety, phobias, worry, stress, or depression. In our first session, we will develop a holistic treatment plan specific to your needs and wishes. It may be brief treatment, a "tune up" or treatment may involve longstanding, deeper patterns of behavior that you are ready to address.
(770) 450-5446
Office is near:
Sugar Hill, Georgia 30518
Kristi Burgess, Counselor  in Sugar Hill
“I enjoy working with couples, women, men, and older teens to help them gain insight and emotional healing. My focus is on helping you experience individual wholeness and improve relationships. Our ability to relate well with ourselves and with others is a key factor for having more joy and peace. I look forward to walking with you on a journey of growth.
(678) 974-0852
Office is near:
Sugar Hill, Georgia 30518
Shane Sutherland,   in Sugar Hill
“When a family member(s) struggles, it can take a toll on the whole family. As a wife/mother of 4 children, I have experienced firsthand the pain of marriage and parenting struggles. When problems arise from marriage conflict, divorce, blended family issues, adolescent struggles, grief/loss, or parent-child/teenager relationship conflict, I know it can feel hopeless sometimes. But, there is always Hope, and I will journey with you until you see and believe it again.
(678) 270-2292
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Sugar Hill, Georgia 30518
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