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Therapists in Atlanta

Inga E Chamberlain,   in Atlanta
“Inga Chamberlain has helped thousands of people transform their lives by uncovering the skills and abilities that lie deep within us all. Inga's techniques enable clients to move beyond the things that have stopped them in the past. Hypnosis, and hypnotherapy, NLP, Time Line and over 22 years of experience contribute to Inga's success in helping her clients change
(770) 691-2414
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Jess A. McMillan, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“The prospect of beginning therapy can be a daunting one, and you must do your best to find the right therapist with whom you will share your fears, your pain, your hopes and your dreams. To be a part of someone's therapeutic journey is an honor and a privilege. If we work together, I can assure you that I will strive to honor your process and your goals for therapy. It is my aim to cultivate relationships with my clients that are founded in trust and compassion, and are characterized by a sense of warmth and security.
(404) 334-3761
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Lauren S Castriota, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I work with children, adolescents, adults, and families with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). With a specialty in working with adults with Asperger's Syndrome, I incorporate Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy to help my clients learn to cope with the symptoms of depression and anxiety that often accompany Asperger's. I also work with individuals of all ages seeking to increase their daily living skills. Additionally, I am available to work with parents who are struggling with their child's challenging behaviors.
(404) 975-1985 x725
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Lane A Stokes, Counselor  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MDiv, CPE, MS, LPC, SMHC
“When was the last time you talked to somebody that you felt was really listening to you? Was that person so busy interrupting or telling you what you should be feeling that he or she didn't have time to listen? Do you hurt so bad that you just want somebody to listen or let you cry or get angry or say nothing while you think through what you are feeling? I'll give you a free hour to do that. You can tell me anything. I won't judge you or tell anybody else what you've said.
(770) 809-6351
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
Ross F Grumet,   in Atlanta
“My psychiatric practice handles wide range of adult issues such as depression, ADHD (Adderall, Ritalin, Vyvanse, Focalin, etc), bipolar, addictions (Suboxone buprenorphine for pain opioid medication problems)alcohol,etc. I use medication, brief therapy (cognitive, hypnosis, ACT). We accept many insurance plans. For insomnia, insufficient sleep, fatigue see SleepAdvocate.com, individuals, couples, roommates.
(404) 369-4636
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Michele D Green, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I have worked with children & adolescents for over 20 yrs. It is my passion to help others find the value in their lives; while discovering the core of life's issues.
(404) 620-4908
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Nancy Jane Gup, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I am most suited to work with adults often referred as being highly functioning. My client is still able to work or go to school and does not have current or past criminal charges. My clients seek help with: grief, depression, anxiety, sexual orientation, relationships, self esteem, family of origin, career or academic concerns. I focus my work on providing individual (not family or couples) psychotherapy for ages 22 or older with an emphasis in working with clients 40 and above. I have 20 years of experience in providing corporate consultation including but not limited to employee assistance programs, threat assessments, and critical incident debriefings.
(404) 566-5887
Atlanta, Georgia 30341
Life Coach,   in Atlanta
“DEPRESSION IS ANGER TURNED INWARD. If you are suffering from uncontrollable anger or debilitating depression I can help. Issues that seem insurmountable can sap you of joy and energy. As a Life Coach and former therapist, I have methods that will help you find your own unique path that will generate newfound energy and freedom from despair. I have personally dealt with domestic violence and divorce, so I have a true understanding of what it takes to overcome pain and self-doubt. Throughout my 20 years helping children and adults deal with life's obstacles, I have gained invaluable experience.
(678) 890-5424
Atlanta, Georgia 30338
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I offer many different types of opportunites to explore, rework, change and address challenges old or new. We decide the timetable and scope of the therapy together whether very focused change is desired or more in depth delving and reworking is wanted. Some people also use therapy to maintain positive gains and have a unique place to speak/ find the truth in a safe, trusting environment. The focus is on enhancing and building on strengths to realize potential based on each person' needs.
(404) 236-6474
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
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
Pegge L Riley, Counselor  in Atlanta
“We are born striving to prosper and grow. We respond to life experiences in ways that will protect us and allow us to cope with our environments. Often, the coping strategies essential at one point in our lives become ineffective-and even maladaptive-at another part of our lives. The therapeutic process allows us to explore patterns created through life experience, and choose healthier, more adaptive ways of coping and being. I approach my work with empathy, respect, and acceptance, creating a safe, supportive, and confidential environment in which to overcome obstacles-and allow for positive growth and lasting change.
(770) 809-3559
Atlanta, Georgia 30341
Frances L Somerville, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Our real journey in this life is interior; it is a matter of growth, deepening, and of an ever greater surrender to the creative action of love and grace in our hearts. Thomas Merton wrote this a half-century ago, but it is still appropriate today. In our practice, we provide a safe, professional and holistic atmosphere, where people are supported in making profound changes and choices in their lives. I work collaboratively with both individuals and couples, using a plethora of techniques, including the Enneagram, dreams, myth, gestalt and EMDR.
(770) 450-5944
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Jessica Alvarez, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I specialize in providing behavioral assessment and treatment services for concerns such as tantrums, aggression, disruptive behaviors, self-injury, noncompliance, elopement, toileting, and other behaviors that are negatively impacting an individual or their family's lives. I have worked with individuals with developmental disabilities and/or autism spectrum disorder, and also typically developing individuals. Some other common concerns that I can provide assistance with are difficulties with getting through a morning routine, noncompliance with homework, noncompliance with bedtime, problem behavior in the community, and other inappropriate behaviors. My approach is to help identify the problem, understand why the problem is occurring, and develop treatment recommendations.
(770) 691-2561
Atlanta, Georgia 30327
Breakthrough Recovery Outreach, LLC, Treatment Facility  in Atlanta
“Breakthrough Recovery Outreach, LLC (BRO) was founded in 2005 and is a state licensed, CARF accredited, ASAM Level III, quality dual diagnosis (mental health and substance abuse) recovery program for men, women, young adults and adolescents. At Breakthrough Recovery Outreach, a multidisciplinary team of highly qualified, licensed and compassionate professionals, specialty training, certifications, and extensive experience in the field of recovery and mental health are committed to meeting our clients where they are in their recovery process. We are dedicated to helping our clients acquire and maintain sobriety by relearning positive, sober behavior patterns and positive life skills while reclaiming the joy and meaning in their lives challenged by addiction and/or mental health issues. We believe each human is worthy of recovery and deserves freedom from the disease of addiction and other mental health disorders. We know that recovery is possible and believe that hope lies within Breakthrough Recovery Outreach. We ask each of our clients to "Trust in the Process" and to allow Breakthrough Recovery Outreach to be your road map, your guide, your bridge and your support system in getting on track, clean and sober for a new tomorrow.
(678) 800-0487
Atlanta, Georgia 30341
Catherine Egenes, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“As a therapist, one of the first and most important messages I hope to communicate about my professional work is that I feel honored each and every time I have the privilege to sit with clients in their pursuit towards growth. My work is grounded in the belief that clients are the experts on their own lives, and my role is to create a collaborative therapeutic relationship to help facilitate change and empower them to live fully.
(770) 545-6931
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
Alana Miller-Clayton, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I believe that finding a therapist who is the right fit for you is of the utmost importance when it comes to therapy. I work with clients across the lifespan ranging from preadolescence to adults. Additionally, I believe we are all a tapestry of our history and experiences, so I think it is important to understand you holistically as an individual/couple/family. Depending on your particular therapeutic needs we can assess and discuss which mode of therapy would be best suited for you.
(678) 647-1515
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Dawn M Robinson-McDonald, Counselor  in Atlanta
“As a licensed professional counselor, I provide services that empower adults, children, and adolescents to reach their fullest potential. I believe that a holistic approach is essential in working through life's challenges and focus on the whole person. Together we will work collaboratively to address personal, environmental, and systemic factors that impact day to day life.
(404) 236-6931
Atlanta, Georgia 30331
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
Ruth Cochran, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I work with individual adults and couples; my therapeutic focus involves helping you gain insight into limiting self-perceptions and behavior patterns to manage stress, create new meaning, and to achieve the clarity, balance and interpersonal effectiveness that you're seeking. I approach therapy collaboratively, using mindfulness and meditation as central tools for awareness-building and transforming moment-to-moment experience. I am EMDR-trained and incorporate this modality into sessions for accelerating the healing process.
(404) 382-5822
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Joe Turner, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Anxiety, depression, stress, relationships: Sometimes it's good to have assistance. Maybe life is exceptionally difficult now. Maybe you need space to re-discover the goals that are buried in the stress. Or maybe you're in a relationship, trying to get closer to someone important. Therapy can help. In the therapeutic conversation, we can look under the surface. We can find the buried tangles that dull your satisfaction and block you from making change. And we can sort them out. Gently. Safely. I support both 12-Step and Moderation Management approaches. Joe Richard Turner is listed at AllTherapist.com
(404) 566-7867
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
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What method of therapy is right for me?
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