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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

Tina Abdalla Watson, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Hello and thank you for visiting my page. I am a licensed psychologist who has experience working with a range of clinical issues and diverse people from various walks of life. I believe the most important component of therapy is establishing a genuine relational connection. I strive to create a safe, respectful, and supportive environment for individuals in order to actively explore deep personal issues and experiment with new ways of thinking, behaving, and relating.
(404) 975-2915
Atlanta, Georgia 30338
The Healing Center for Change, LLC., Treatment Facility  in Atlanta
“Call our office to make an appointment today at (678) 800-1329. It is our goal to put our consumers first and the challenges they face are our first priority. We believe that no matter what anyone has experienced, their healing can come through mental, behavioral, and interpersonal change. This is why the Healing Center for Change strives to provide therapeutic counseling and quality educational program services that bring healing through change one step at a time. It is our objective to make sure you feel your best and stay that way. We provide counseling services to all consumers starting at the age of 8 years old and older regardless of race, gender, or religion. Our programs and services at a glance: individual, couple, family, & group counseling services, trauma stabilization & therapy, career counseling & coaching, professional training's, and community outreach.
(678) 800-1329
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Emily Sarah Katz, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Congratulations! You have already taken the first step towards making positive changes for you and your family. I use a supportive, insight-oriented approach to help you lead a more fulfilling life and overcome the challenges that life often brings. A key to successful therapy is a "good fit" between therapist and client based on trust, respect and comfort within the relationship. While this relationship takes time to build, I take great care to ensure you feel welcome and comfortable from the first session. I am committed to making sure you and your family receive the best possible care.
(678) 820-5221
Atlanta, Georgia 30326
Kimberley Vrana, Counselor  in Atlanta
“No one wants to live in a stressful, unhappy home. But this is the result when adults and children don't know how to communicate with each other in a safe, non-combative way. Parents whose children have ADHD, ADD or suffer from anxiety, depression, attachment and separation issues, cutting or obsessive-compulsive disorders say the coping and change strategies they develop through my counseling sessions are enabling them to become, in one mom's words, "more normal" families.
(404) 369-5506
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Dana Frederick, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, LPC
“A good relationship between the therapist and the person seeking help is the most important ingredient in having a successful therapy outcome. My style as a therapist is warm and compassionate yet still able to ask the touch questions or offer direction as needed. Feel free to call me to see if you feel like we could work well together. I encourage people to keep looking for a therapist until you find someone you sense you connect with.
(678) 257-4513
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Kevin Buckins, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Life can be hard, and we all face challenges inevitably--some deep and profound, others simpler and more superficial--but feeling stuck or hopeless doesn't have to be a way of life. It's my goal to help you discover solutions that are right for you--whether your problem is feeling stuck in a loveless relationship, trapped in a job you don't like, addicted, lost, or even just generally unfulfilled and wanting more. I'm a professionally trained, licensed, and very experienced therapist--but a realistic, logical, and hopeful human being first and foremost.
(678) 929-2406
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Jennifer Tardelli, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Combining a supportive and empowering approach to therapy, I encourage my clients to create lasting change, manage symptoms and work through issues to live optimally. Clients are able to find relief from plaguing symptoms by implementing new skills and developing an understanding of their issues by exploring their personal history.
(404) 994-2413
Atlanta, Georgia 30306
Dana Halperin, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I tend to take a cognitive behavioral approach to my counseling. However, I personalize my techniques to meet each clients individual needs. My ideal client is someone who is willing to work on themselves, is opened to new ideas, and is willing to think about situations from various perspectives. Implementing change is not always easy or comfortable. It is my job to help my clients adapt to and cope with these transitions as best as possible.
(678) 293-8410
Atlanta, Georgia 30326
Sherry S Mchenry, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I am a licensed psychologist and a licensed marriage and family therapist. My approach is a humanistic, psychodynamic, and systemic one. My primary focus is helping individuals, couples, and families address those difficult issues in their lives which have been chronic and resistant to change. I also specialize in the treatment of personality disorders.
(404) 236-6708 x1
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Timbre Livesay, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“I trust in the process of therapy to transform the pain of our past and present into the promise of a more fulfilling future. As a therapist, I work with teens and adults who struggle with anxiety and depression as they seek a more self-accepting path. I believe in my work with couples and families as so many lives can be profoundly improved by safe, supported, focused communication.
(404) 334-7920
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Liza Reed, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Life can be tough. We are all doing our best, but we can be faced with challenges that affect our mood, thoughts and ability to cope. If you are struggling with anxiety, overwhelming emotions, or ineffective patterns in behavior or relationships, then I can help you to regain those inherent strengths and sense of peace and joy. Whether you have a name for your struggle (OCD, Bipolar Disorder, Panic Disorder) or you just know that you don't feel like yourself, I would love to navigate along side you.
(305) 712-6058
Atlanta, Georgia 30338
Alice D Mullins, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“There are times in life where a person can "get stuck" and needs help in identifying how to move forward or is facing a challenge and needs assistance in overcoming that challenge. I specialize in working with individuals and couples experiencing relationship problems, depression, anxiety, lives impacted by cancer, grief and end of life issues. At Supportive Hands Counseling, you will have a safe space where you can expect to be heard and experience empathy.
(404) 620-2108
Atlanta, Georgia 30341
Yurandol Powers, Counselor  in Atlanta
“It's hard to know where to turn when seeking help. You want someone who understands your concerns and your values. Someone who has helped others like you in similar situations. You need someone you can trust. Someone who knows how to help you, when you need help the most. I believe that an effective counselor exhibits respect, authenticity, genuineness, empathy, acceptance, and unconditional positive regard. I work very hard to cultivate and nurture a warm, authentic, accepting, non-judging and empathic stance with my clients.My priority is to help clients develop meaningful relationships, gain personal insight, greater self-understanding and self-acceptance.
(678) 916-8609
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Lena Linh Franklin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“At some point in our lives, we're ready to make big change through the journey of self-exploration. When we see ourselves more clearly, we can lead fuller, richer, more balanced lives. My focus is on improving how you understand and navigate life's relationships, stressors, and challenges. Through the collaborative process of psychotherapy, I will help you find balance to live your own best life.
(404) 550-8422
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Johanna Limmer, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I believe in change. My therapy is not just talking; it is working with you to achieve your goals and see results. As each client is different, my therapy is fostered to fit your needs. Also, my therapy utilizes a strength based approach, one that focuses on the positives within a person's life. I will work with you to find past and present successes. Instead of projecting what can go wrong, I will work with you to focus on what can go right. Doing this allows you to find a productive path towards a healthy and fulfilled life!
(480) 409-2414
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
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
Rocio D. Woody, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MAC, NCAC-II, CCS, LCSW
“I am honored to offer you over 24 years of academic knowledge and practical experience that have been the foundation of my clinical practice. It is my professional goal to provide you with excellence in every aspect of your clinical consultation and to assist you in improving your quality of life. With extensive expertise in behavioral health and addictions counseling, I am able to provide you with an individualized approach that utilizes the best available tools including psychodynamic therapies, and psychopharmacology referrals when appropriate. I have a deep understanding of multicultural populations and their relation to mood disorders and addictions.
(678) 245-6168
Atlanta, Georgia 30340
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
Tim McDaniel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Are you a straight male wanting to better understand yourself, your life and your emotions? Are you a gay male over 45 who is in the process of coming out and seek a safe place to talk? If so, I might be able to help you. I enjoy working with gay and straight men who are looking to better understand themselves as well as find out where, and how, they fit in the world.
(404) 369-7836
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Professional Therapy of Atlanta, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
“I help troubled couples, stressed individuals and those who put themselves last. I have over 20 years of experience helping others to remove obstacles that keep them from being their best self. There is a reason why most of my new clients are referred from those who have worked with me in the past . One reviewer said, "Paul is a great counselor. I have tried several others through the years and he is by far the best. I have come to understand myself in so many ways. I would highly recommend him to anyone in search of answers."
(404) 205-8848
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
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