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Therapists in Coweta County

Lee Abbott, Counselor  in Newnan
“My goal as a counselor is to provide support and practical feedback to help people resolve current problems and gain more satisfaction out of life, both present and future. I work to help people find their own inner strength and hope along life's sometimes difficult journey. I am dedicated to helping people enjoy life more fully.
(678) 321-7956
Newnan, Georgia 30263
Ana E. Brower, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newnan
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“Evening and Saturday appointments available as well as Spanish services. Awaken! Nurture! and Achieve! We live in a world filled with so many deadlines and responsibilities that we forget about self-care. Do you need to explore and work through past or present experiences that are weighing you down? Are you feeling stagnate, tired and/or overwhelmed? Talk therapy may be just what you need to work through your challenges.
(404) 647-0672
Newnan, Georgia 30263
“My counseling approach is cognitive-behavioral. I help clients tell their story and identify their thinking patterns and behaviors. From these insights clients can begin the process of emotional and psychological healing. My educational background and experience gives me the ability to work with individuals, couples, children and families. My focus is to help clients help themselves by removing emotional blind spots and growing as a person for a more fulfilling and positive life.
(678) 563-6447
Senoia, Georgia 30276
Patrice D. Alexander, Counselor  in Newnan
“I am a licensed professional counselor and my mission is to help people access their personal power and develop the skills needed to live a healthier, happier life. I provide therapy services to assist individuals, couples, and families improve the quality of their lives and their relationships. My philosophy of counseling is to empower individuals to take risks and address the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that interfere with life and relationship satisfaction. My goal as a counselor is to assist in the process of emotional healing and personal growth.
(404) 549-6353
Newnan, Georgia 30263
Tony Johnson, Psychologist  in Newnan
“I love helping children, families, individuals, and couples solve problems of self-control, anger management, interpersonal conflict, anxiety/ depression, and parenting. I emphasize practical, research-based, results-oriented methods, and I am described by my clients as warm, friendly, informal, and "easygoing".
(770) 913-6772
Newnan, Georgia 30263
Tanya Christensen, Counselor  in Newnan
“Do you feel trapped by depression, anxiety, stress, or low self-esteem? My purpose in therapy is to help people learn how to live the best life possible. I work hard for each person coming to therapy to help you learn how to express feelings clearly, communicate more, and understand illness. I will focus on better health and reduction of negative symptoms. With motivation for change and my help, you can live a better life.
(678) 973-1439
Newnan, Georgia 30265
Wanda S Cager, Counselor  in Newnan
“Hello, I am Wanda a Licensed Professional Counselor and a National Certified Counselor. I accomplished my academic goals; while attending Mercer University. There are many reasons individuals, couples and families seek counseling. Perhaps you are having a difficult time with depression, anxiety, children behavioral issues, grief, divorce, or suicidal. Well, I am here to offer you and/or your family professional counseling to assist you address your concerns and obtain your goals.
(770) 809-6596
Newnan, Georgia 30263
A Better Way Counseling, Counselor  in Newnan
“Above each blade of grass is an Angel that whispers, Grow. Grow. - The Talmud People don't change: they grow. People don't need fixing: they need compassion. People don't need treatment: they need dialogue. Carl Jung said the purpose of therapy is not perfection but wholeness. The purpose of counseling is certainly not to be normal or average or just to fit in; which is the assumption behind the DSM which is the basis for all the labels and diagnosis (and money) in the field. Counseling and therapy can include but should never be reduced to the medical only model
(678) 974-1437
Newnan, Georgia 30263
C. Steven Shaffer, Counselor  in Newnan
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, MS, DMin, PhD, LPC
“Most of my clients are facing relational challenges due to areas that are out of balance in their lives. At the present time I have about 200 clients that are comprised of youth and adults. I spend much time working with people with high levels of stress, anxiety and depression. My greatest strengths are in Marriage & Family Counseling and Youth Counseling due to the fact that I look for root problems in the lives of people and find ways to retrain them so that they can be much more functional. We also have 3 other therapists.
(770) 252-3760
Newnan, Georgia 30265
Psychology & Psychotherapy, Counselor  in Newnan
“I enjoy using life experience, wit, humor and wisdom to connect and work cooperatively with others helping the whole person (mind, body, and spirit) to develop strengths, find healing, pursue wholeness, and reach both their given potential and personal goals. I have experience supporting others through: spiritual issues/ spiritual abuse, sexual issues/ sexual abuse, trauma, divorce, childlessness, living with or supporting loved ones with chronic illness (physical, emotional, and mental), employment/job issues, relational issues, adjustment concerns, facing life-altering challenges, meaning-making, boundary setting, building resilience, and discovering personal and practical resources. Intimacy heals...all else enslaves.
(678) 928-9396
Newnan, Georgia 30263
Michelle Huesman, Counselor  in Newnan
“Welcome to the first step in altering your journey through life! I am committed to walking with you on your path to uncover your true potential, better understand and resolve challenges in your life. I value an individualized approach to counseling and the importance of catering to your specific needs. I embrace people from all faiths, culture and sexual orientation in my practice. Everyone is unique, shaped by their own personal experience from conception into the here and now. My approach combines traditional talk therapy, art therapy and EMDR techniques because there are many ways to address issues.
(678) 899-6037
Newnan, Georgia 30265
Edith R Byrd-parks  in Newnan
“I am the Executive Director of B.Y.R.D. House. I have 17 years experience working with children and families. B.Y.R.D. House utilizes Cognitive Behavior Therapy Treatment. This is a problem focused approach designed to help people identify and change their dysfunctional beliefs, thoughts, and patterns of behavior that contribute to their problems.
(678) 572-6927
Newnan, Georgia 30263
Patricia Mowry, Counselor  in Senoia
“Making the decision to get therapy can be challenging and scary. I am a seasoned professional with 20+ years of therapy, supervisory and administrative experience in the behavioral health field. My therapy practice has often included complicated cases that involve coordination and collaboration with the legal system. I am comfortable walking with you as you face whatever challenges you are experiencing and will encourage you to not only survive life's turning points, but to also learn, grow and thrive!
(678) 723-3039
Senoia, Georgia 30276
Janice Calzolari, Counselor  in Newnan
“I have experience helping people with mood problems, depression, anxiety, stress, self-esteem and identity issues, relationship difficulties, coping with grief and loss including death, divorce, and physical or sexual trauma, as well as spiritual struggles and faith-based issues. Through the therapeutic process, individuals become equipped to draw from their personal, spiritual, and social resources, as they encounter life's challenges. Therapy helps to create solutions to help you feel less stuck and more powerful to change your life in a positive way.
(770) 450-5237
Newnan, Georgia 30263
Chuck Lenahan, Counselor  in Newnan
“I believe that life presents us with problems that we sometimes cannot solve on our own. This is generally true of everyone - children, adolescents, couples, and families. In my practice I serve to help those who need a helping hand to solve life's challenges no matter how daunting they may seem.
(770) 766-4293
Newnan, Georgia 30263
Linda M Fulop-Langston, Counselor  in Newnan
“What would a "new season" look like for you? Working toward new goals? Managing your moods? Improved relationships? If that sounds like you, I'd like to help. Prior to pursuing a counseling career, I was an educator who spent many hours helping students and parents deal more effectively with life's problems, challenges and academic underachievement. Now, as a counselor I've added to that, the desire to bring healing to those persons who want relief from emotional hurts and wounds.
(678) 765-9933
Office is near:
Newnan, Georgia 30263
Tammy B Melton, Counselor  in Newnan
“After years of Pastoral Counseling, I decided to get my professional license. I have a heart to help people who have experienced trauma to be healed from the inside out. As a minister and a pastor's daughter, I also have a desire to provide a safe, confidential place for ministers and their families to go for counseling. I am currently being trained in play therapy. While I mostly counsel from a Cognitive Behavioral approach, I also use interventions from other therapies depending on individual client needs.
(770) 691-2404
Office is near:
Newnan, Georgia 30265
Algem L Hopkinson, Counselor  in Newnan
“Life can be difficult to navigate at times and in seeking therapy you are taking a brave step forward. As your therapist, it is my honor to accompany you on your path to wellness. I am passionate about holistically promoting personal growth and empowering my clients. In my practice, I seek to create a safe and comfortable environment and believe that a strong therapeutic relationship lends itself to the healing process.
(678) 929-5438
Office is near:
Newnan, Georgia 30265
Rosonja Seay, Counselor  in Newnan
“Are you sad and frustrated with life? Are you feeling lost or lonely after a divorce or separation? Tired of being stressed and pretending all is good. Do you dream of being satisfied with your life? Do you dream of being satisfied with your relationships? Contact me now to see how therapy can help rebuild your marriage or relationships. I work with couples, women, and teenagers. Life is filled with many responsibilties and it can be overwhelming and it can be difficult to find support. It is time to feel good about your self. CALL FOR A FREE CONSULT !!!
(404) 996-1829
Office is near:
Newnan, Georgia 30263
Susan Lyn Butler  in Newnan
“Therapy is a service that can help you return to a healthier level of living in the midst of stress and traumatic events. I have found great success in working with individuals and families suffering from loss of a loved one, teenage behavioral problems, sexual abuse, divorce, mental illness, chronic physical illness, and other stressful life situations. In my practice, you can expect a solution-focused approach using an encouragement based model of therapy. I seek goal-alignment with my client, so that our time together will be more efficient and success-oriented.
(770) 285-5326 x100
Office is near:
Newnan, Georgia 30263

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Coweta County have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Coweta County you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Coweta County and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Coweta County or family therapy in Coweta County.

How to find a specialist?
If you're looking for specialist counseling in Coweta County, Georgia, such as a child psychologist or sex therapist, try to refine your search with our left nav bar.

What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.