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Therapists in Atlanta

Stacey Cohen, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Stacey's expertise includes working with people struggling with dual diagnosis and substance dependence, mood and thought disorders, depression, anxiety, ADD/ADHD, trauma/PTSD, life transitions, grief/loss, adult children of addicts, LGBTQI related issues, and spirituality for the young adult, and adult populations. Stacey is currently taking new clients and works with individuals, couples, and families alike.
(678) 820-6672
Atlanta, Georgia 30341
Angela Wacht, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Grief and loss can be scary, painful and confusing. You are not alone. If you have experienced a death of a loved one, loss of a meaningful relationship, or loss of identity and self and feel as if you can not move on, there is hope. My personal and professional experience with death, grief and loss has led me to the sacred space in which I can now support others. You CAN feel hopeful and joyful again through counseling, Breathwork and/or Grief Recovery®.
(678) 394-3589
Atlanta, Georgia 30341
Murray Dabby, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you in emotional pain or confused about your life? Are you looking for a comfortable, intelligent and effective context for help? I have worked for over 30 years practicing individual, couples, and group therapy. Whether you are coming for help with painful relationships, difficulties with depression or anxiety, complex personal issues, I help people to grow and to become unstuck. I have a passion for helping people grow in their lives and to creatively confront new challenges. I also have a vast amount of experience working with the wide range of serious emotional problems that confront us.
(404) 566-7474
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
Steven Band, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Living life is a guarantee of change, which is often difficult to navigate through on your own. My therapeutic style is interactive and direct. I counsel individuals and couples facing a variety of challenges. Some issues addressed include addiction, depression, anxiety, trauma recovery, grief, relationship issues, anger management, and sexual identity. Peace of Mind Counseling and Wellness is a safe place for honesty and openness. Therapy is a collaborative effort, and my approach is to not only help you understand your problems, but also to teach you effective solutions which assist you in developing a more fulfilling and enriching life.
(404) 994-2970
Atlanta, Georgia 30341
Melissa Beddingfield, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Change & Balance! Most of us spend a lot of time avoiding one and desiring the other. Learning to manage change opens the path to achieving balance and contentment. If you are struggling with either one it is likely that beliefs and old patterns of behavior are getting in the way. I focus on helping clients identify and shift their beliefs and behaviors so that they can achieve the goals they set for themselves. Your internal experience and your relationships can improve!
(404) 647-0230
Atlanta, Georgia 30341
Marty A. Wakeland, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have over 20 years of experience in the field of mental health. I enjoy working with a variety of populations , including but not limited to people who are anxious, depressed, struggling with relationships, recovery, or have a history of abuse or trauma. I work well at helping people learn to take better care of themselves, and support whatever spiritual journey a person may choose. At the heart of good psychotherapy is an open and honest relationship, where my task is to be mindful always of peoples choices.
(404) 566-7657
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
Katherine C Thyne, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I use a direct, yet supportive/ positive approach to sessions with the focus on improving life skills and releasing negative beliefs and behaviors. My experience has shown me that by changing unhealthy patterns, expressing fears and concerns, and taking gentle risks, it is possible to live a more satisfying life regardless of past traumas, issues, or how long the struggle. I use a combination of techniques depending on issues presented and we will work together on both short and long term goals. I am an interactive therapist and encourage intensive work both in and out of the office.
(678) 929-4804
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
Janice Stevens, Counselor  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, EdD, LPC, NCC, CCSAS
“Please consider the following ways in which I as a Professional Counselor can help you. * Establish and maintain healthy relationships * Develop or reclaim self-confidence and self-worth * Define and enforce healthy boundaries * Gain clarity and confidence in making wise decisions * Restore hope when hope has been lost for a time * Identify and fulfill your personal needs * Establish emotional stability * Find ways of coping with problems * Gain relief from overwhelming feelings * Find a sense of peace from unsettling feelings and situations. All this and more is truly possible in working through personal concerns.
(404) 445-1394
Atlanta, Georgia 30338
Consuelo Reddick (770-939-1288), Psychiatrist  in Atlanta
“Dr. Reddick has 23 years of extensive clinical experience post training. Her areas of expertise include the diagnosis and treatment of Attention Deficit Disorder, Mood Disorders, Anxiety Disorders and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. Dr. Reddick specializes in children and also telepsychiatry.
(770) 954-8117
Atlanta, Georgia 30341
Thom Lucas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Cognitive/Behavioral Therapy for fast effective treatment of anxiety, depression and OCD. Time limited, directive therapy to achieve your goals. I will teach you the skills you need to overcome your issues and enhance your personal growth. There is no need to be in therapy forever.
(404) 721-2585
Atlanta, Georgia 30338
Jenny Felder, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, DMin, LMFT
“There is a core need in each of us to feel known, heard, loved, wanted, and that we belong in a meaningful way. I work with people who are seeking to know clearly who they are and how they can be wholly themselves while being in a vibrant relationship at the same time.
(678) 246-5787
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
Herb Cole, Counselor  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LPC, NCC, MBA, MA
“Life can become overwhelming. But positive change is attainable with the support and encouragement of a guide you can trust. I am experienced in providing individual and couples therapy. I work with trauma, anxiety, depression, and addiction. I help people deal with the emotional consequences of serious illness and emotional pain. Therapies can address the deep unconscious where change is often rapid and permanent. We will get to the source of your discomfort, addictions, and unwanted behaviors through, confidential conversation, mind-body awareness, and building improved self-confidence. I respect your courage and honor your commitment to improve the quality of your life.
(770) 833-6052
Atlanta, Georgia 30350
Mindy Jewett, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
“Do you want to have a more balanced life? Are feelings of sadness, disconnection, and fear getting in the way of following the path that you want? I utilize an approach that's focused on acceptance and change to help you overcome obstacles in your life. Learn how to let go of your struggles, be more mindful, and clarify what really matters so you can start committing to living a full and vibrant life. I provide a safe and compassionate place to unpack the burdens that you have been carrying, and will sit with you in your experience without being critical or judgmental.
(678) 929-2962
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
Mariela Hiscox, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I am a Georgia licensed counselor and certified by the National Board of Certified Counselors. I have been practicing as a counselor for 15 years in the U.S. Prior to that, I worked for 20 years as a psychologist in Colombia and in Canada (MA level). I have training in several counseling techniques and adapt them to the uniqueness of each person. I coach my clients on their journey to achieve the life they want to live. We work on skills to develop self awareness, self acceptance and commitment to practice what they really care about.
(404) 633-9090
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Emily P Garai, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I provide assessment and treatment for emotional and behavioral disorders. I specialize in developmental and psychoeducational assessment for developmental delays, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, and Learning Disabilities. Additionally, I am highly trained to treat children, adolescents, and adults struggling with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, depression, and/or anxiety. I also have experience and formal training in general psychological evaluations. By using up-to-date assessment and treatment methods, I will provide quality care in all areas. I promise to work with you to coordinate high quality treatment services to address your mental health needs.
(770) 457-5577
Atlanta, Georgia 30341
Bob Fredrick, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“People come into therapy because something does not seem right with their life and they want to change – but change is difficult. I see my role as one who listens and helps the client listen to themselves. So often it is difficult to hear our own inner voice because of all the demands of marriage, family, and work. Many of us have been in "training" to not hear ourselves for a long time. Therapy provides a way to listen to yourself - a way that breaks out of the old patterns that can be so self-defeating.
(404) 369-1519
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Christine Leeds, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
“Skill, Safety, Compassion Results Christine Leeds combines 30 years of mental health experience with her life long spiritual studies to bring depth and focus to the work of healing ourselves. Transforming our beliefs and attitudes, healing our relationships and learning to love ourselves are key focuses in the work. Consciously creating a life that we choose to live is the goal. Christine is highly skilled and gifted in a wide variety of experiential techniques including guided imagery and eleven years of EMDR practice. She works with individuals and couples and workshop trainings for small groups.
(404) 566-7498
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
Brittany Boden, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CGP
“If you are suffering, the chances are good that parts of you have stopped or slowed in their natural development. The honest relationship forged in psychotherapy can bring about the insight and clarity needed to begin to grow again. I work with adults and young adults in individual, couples and group therapy.
(678) 696-0991
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Highland Compulsivity Center, Treatment Facility  in Atlanta
“For some, sexuality that was once pleasurable becomes increasingly harder to control and enjoy in a safe, sane, and consensual manner. There are many names for out-of-control sexual behavior, including "sex addiction" "sexual compulsivity" and "love addiction", but when you look at the underlying behavior, the same elements are usually present.
(678) 394-0298
Atlanta, Georgia 30340
Vicki B Smith, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Perfectionism kicking your butt? Ready to reduce the stress of your workday? If you're like most professionals, you're in constant motion. Meetings, deadlines, presentations, late hours. It's hard to admit it's getting to you. Stress is affecting your sleep, digestion, concentration and productivity. Maybe you've tried meditation or joining a gym to ease the stress or contemplated leaving for something less demanding. Some of us end up at our doctor's office discussing medication. It's not easy managing it all alone. It doesn't have to take this much work to go to work.
(404) 369-2372
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
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