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Welcome to the Atlanta Therapist Directory

Here you'll find the most comprehensive local listings of Therapists in and around Atlanta, Georgia.

Therapists in Atlanta

Shawn M Coyne, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Pursuing the journey of psychotherapy is perhaps the most courageous thing a person can do. It requires strength, perseverance, and sometimes facing fears. It can also be immensely rewarding. I recognize this and recognize the trust clients place in me when they choose me to begin this journey with them.
(770) 953-4744
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Foundations Atlanta at Midtown, Treatment Facility  in Atlanta
“Convenient to all three of Atlanta's major highways, Foundations Atlanta at Midtown is a premium outpatient center located in the historic Brookwood Exchange building, between Midtown and Buckhead. Our caring and professional staff are here to provide you the tools you need to achieve a balanced recovery lifestyle, and our integrated treatment program is research-proven and designed to meet your specific needs. We offer flexible morning and evening options that include individual and group education as well as a variety of supporting services.
(404) 996-0431
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Crista L Collins,   in Atlanta
Counsel, MS
“I have a passion for guiding people in finding their fullest potential. I believe that we were made to lead successful, fulfilling lives and sometimes problems we encounter along the way cause us to lose sight of that. My mission as your therapist is to collaborate with you in understanding where these issues originate, how they're effecting you, and how to use them to strengthen and enhance your life. If you are seeking a safe, comfortable, and empathetic therapy environment then please contact me and we will collaborate on your journey toward healing.
(678) 835-9269
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Jesse M. Harris Bathrick, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
“For over thirty years it has been a privilege to guide individuals, couples and families in becoming more authentically engaged in their lives, and fulfilled in their relationships, goals and dreams. I am an engaged,flexible and active therapist,trained in many therapeutic approaches. I help each individual to recognize and mobilize all of their emotional, cognitive, physical, social and spiritual resources in our work together.
(678) 504-0412
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
James Parker Griffin Jr,   in Atlanta
“I have a long history of working successfully with people with different income levels and cultural backgrounds. I help them change their lives for the better. I have decades of experience working either directly or indirectly with people from the cradle to the grave. My approach is to meet all people where they are without judgment or assuming how clients are without getting to know them one-to-one. One of the most important aspects of the my counseling is building a comfortable relationship with clients. I want them to feel completely safe about sharing their concerns in confidence. ONLINE COUNSELING AVAILABLE.
(404) 341-7642
Atlanta, Georgia 30340
Keely Foster, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I have over 20 years of experience working with women, men and children. I started in Mississippi as a County Supervisor for a local mental health center. I then moved to Atlanta where she worked for about 16 years in public and private mental health. She is able to provide individual, family, couples and sexual abuse counseling.
(404) 566-9051
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Mary Brooks Ablett, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Mary Ablett , LCSW has over twenty years of experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and couples. Ms. Ablett's primary orientation comes from social learning theory. Therefore, therapy involves learning new skills, gaining new insight, and changing one's behavior to meet one's therapy goals. She employs aspects of behavioral, cognitive-behavioral, solution-focused, and family systems therapy. She works as efficiently as possible, and provides services that are individually tailored to best meet the needs of her clients.
(404) 990-4609
Atlanta, Georgia 30312
Adryane D Phillips, Counselor  in Atlanta
“"The strength of a woman is not measured by the impact that all her hardships in life have had on her; but the strength of a woman is measured by the extend of her refusal to allow those hardships to dictate her and who she becomes." C. JoyBell C.
(678) 498-1094
Atlanta, Georgia 30331
Ana Adelstein, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I enjoy helping people make lasting changes they feel good about. If we team up, I will work with you flexibly and even playfully, incorporating techniques and approaches that have proven to work. I will encourage you to couple your insight with action so you can work out creative solutions. I will respect your right to decide what is good for you, based on your truths. I will help you to rewrite The Story of You.
(404) 369-2552 x101
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
Katie Truax, Counselor  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MS, NCC, LPC, LMHC
“Do you ever find yourself wondering just what on earth a healthy relationship looks like? Or if you'll ever be part of one? Whether it's with our mothers, our spouses, our friends, or ourselves, the quality of our relationships has a profound effect on the way we feel about ourselves and our lives as a whole! As a therapist, I have been providing support for people around relationship issues since 2007. I work with individuals, couples, and families both in person as well as through secure online video chat, and offer weekend appointments for ease of scheduling.
(404) 429-2505
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Shatavia A Thomas, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, DMFT, NCC, LMFT
“I offer a non-pathologizing, collaborative, strengths-based approach to individuals, couples, families, and businesses in the form of therapy or consulting services. Areas of Interest: Relationship Issues - Couples/Families & Premarital; Children & Adolescents; Loss/Grief; Transitions; Work-Life Balance; Spirituality Concerns, etc.
(404) 941-6985
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Christy Hall, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I have a strong commitment to my clients and strive to provide a safe and nurturing environment where individuals can achieve their goals and develop healthy coping skills. I am passionate about my work with diagnostically and culturally diverse children, adolescents, adults, and families. I strongly believe in the resilience of the human spirit, and using evidenced-based treatment, I help my clients achieve their goals at their own pace.
(770) 450-5428
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Aaron Michael Danna, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I am here to be a navigator, to be there with you during your struggles, your problems, the highs and lows and anything that is blocking your ability to walk down the path less traveled. My goal is to be empathetic, empower you, provide insight and create a trusting environment so that you can be safely vulnerable. By walking together with these goals in mind, we can bring about positive changes in your life...one step at a time.
(678) 275-8433
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Ellen Brackup, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“So many therapists to choose from! It's overwhelming, right? What should you look for in picking a therapist? Someone who is enough like you that you can connect, and yet different enough that you can grow. It's hard to tell that from profiles, but you'll make the right decision. It takes guts to be in psychotherapy, because psychotherapy is about really looking at yourself, and seeing what you do well and what needs to be changed. It's about gradually coming to trust the relationship we build together, and using that relationship for safety, support, and feedback.
(404) 231-4455
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
Pamela Everett Thompson, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I am best suited for individuals or couples who recognize a pattern of self-defeating behaviors that destroy relationships and contribute to anxiety/depression. These individuals feel stuck in a seemingly never-ending cycle that may include: procrastination, busyness that leads nowhere, the exhaustion of perfectionism, feelings of rejection, loneliness, or depletion in general--all of which gets worse without intervention. Wishing that distracting issues and concerns would just go away is unproductive. My job is to make psychology applicable to everyday problem-solving and decision-making and therefore give you a reason to hope for a new reality.
(404) 721-3704
Atlanta, Georgia 30331
Gordon Tuttle, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I enjoy working with a broad range of individuals and couples who are seeking either relief from psychological distress or pursuing meaningful change. I help people to feel better quickly and also to attain the longer term benefits of psychotherapy, which can include more rewarding relationships, greater self-understanding and greater realization of personal potential. I earned my Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Boston University in 1997 and completed psychology internship training at Harvard Medical School in 1996. I was trained in effective therapies for depression, anxiety, unresolved family of origin issues, relationship problems, chronic illness and sexual orientation concerns.
(404) 566-6035
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Moving Mountains Consulting, LLC, Counselor  in Atlanta
“It is our belief that the decisions we make and the behaviors we exhibit are directly related to what we know as our reality. Knowing and understanding that fact leads us to approach every situation with the mindset that you, as the client, have the ability and power to make positive changes in your life. We know that placing blame, not taking responsiblity, and not living up to your potential, only allows others to be in control of your life, leaving you without a voice. It is our philosophy that NOT BEING PRESENT FOR YOU can lead to BOWING DOWN TO OTHERS.
(678) 974-1458
Atlanta, Georgia 30346
Christine Wolff  in Atlanta
“I enjoy working with any client who has a desire to know themselves better. I believe that knowing oneself wholly can ease any internal, and then external battle that a client is striving to resolve. It is my goal to assist a client in discovering his or her authentic self by providing a safe environment for one to express oneself. I also aim to assist the client in identifying factors that may be obstacles to reaching his or her goals, and I do this by looking at the client's life from a holistic perspective.
(404) 620-6612
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Dennis P Buttimer,   in Atlanta
MEd, CEAP, RYT
“If you are struggling with stress, worry/anxiety/fear, health and wellness issues, cancer diagnosis/recovery, grief, life changes, workplace challenges, relationship issues or personal growth, I am here to listen to you and to make thoughtful suggestions. As an EAP Counselor and also Coach of thirty-three (33) years, I have learned some strategies that tend to create lasting changes. I recognize and honor how courageous it is for you to take this first step. My commitment to you is to listen non-judgmentally and to only propose ideas that I have seen work successfully over many years of working with people.
(404) 620-6558 x2
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Alicia Simoni, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LMSW
“Nearly all of us experience feelings of depression or anxiety at some point in our lives. Most of us face disappointments, conflicts, and losses. We all possess the potential for emotional well-being. I believe that a crucial aspect of emotional health is not feeling alone in dealing with our everyday concerns or with our deepest fears and longings. It is through establishing and building upon our therapist-client relationship that healing and change can emerge. I invite you to be an active, curious participant in the process so that together we can understand your thoughts, feelings, behaviors, and concerns.
(678) 264-6667
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
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