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Therapists in Atlanta

Crystal Gillery, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LAMFT
“Through empathy training, couples, individuals and families dealing with relationship concerns, medical illness, depression or post-addiction concerns have found success learning to care for each others emotional, physical and spiritual needs. My goal is to help my clients achieve specific goals through self awareness, emotional connection and re-engagement with their own family systems.
(404) 907-3620
Atlanta, Georgia 30338
Clifford Guarnaccia, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Most people who seek treatment feel that they do not have control over their lives and are not getting what they want out of life. My goal as a therapist is to give my clients the tools to achieve the kind of control that lets them be in charge. This is the only true path to happiness and fulfillment. I help my clients deal with a variety of issues that may be interfering with life such as depression, anxiety, troubled relationships, loneliness and excessive worries and preoccupations.
(678) 653-1875
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
Glenn Hutchinson, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I have two specialties, sex addiction and couples therapy. (I see couples whether or not sex addiction is an issue). I also have extensive experience treating substance addictions, anxiety, depression, and trauma. I offer a safe environment where you can address difficult issues. I am casual and down-to-earth. My approach is pragmatic and client-centered. (Click the button in the left margin to visit my sex addiction website where you can watch video clips from workshops that I have done, or visit my couples site, www.Atlanta-couples-therapy.net, to read about my approach to couples therapy.)
(404) 369-4838
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
Eric Charles Groh, Counselor  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MS, LPC, NCGC-II, (Gambl, Coun
“Browse my calendar and instantly schedule an appointment or view a slide show of my office interior at psychotherapyatlanta.com For over 20 years, I have used a warm and caring approach to counseling people. Stress can be triggered by a death, divorce, job loss. You have the ability to work through these struggles! We will work together to increase self-esteem and restore a strong sense of control in your life. I use the latest techniques including Dynamic/Interpersonal Therapy and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. Let's also work together to transform self-defeating relationship patterns into healthy ones!
(404) 369-2330
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Andrew Morse, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Having the strength to seek help during a difficult time is a sign of courage, and demonstrates the resourcefulness and commitment that are necessary to make the desired changes that will improve your life. I approach counseling from a wellness perspective which takes into account physical, mental/emotional, social, occupational, spiritual, and environmental factors that may impact an individual's quality of life. I assist clients with recognizing, exploring, and working through obstacles that may be getting in the way of personal growth.
(678) 918-4679
Atlanta, Georgia 30338
Veronica B Pomeranz, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I work with clients in my private practice, who I believe have the capacity to resolve their own problems, however, there are times in our lives when we need assistance. I believe that as people become more accepting of themselves, they are more capable of finding happiness and contentment in their lives. I provide a safe environment for clients to explore their life path and integrate wellness with the necessary aspects of change.
(770) 380-0044
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
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
Woodfin Threlkeld, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“We are social beings. The success of our relationships is the main determinant of how healthy we are emotionally. I specialize in helping people to develop more effective relationship skills and to deal with the issues that arise when our relationships are unsuccessful. I believe that we possess the solutions to our problems. I can help you to become aware of those solutions and to develop the strength to effectively apply them.
(404) 566-9109 x2
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Nicki Scofield, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Change can be really hard, but it is possible. I want to help you understand what could make a difference and develop a plan for improving the quality of your life. I like working in a warm, comfortable, and informal environment where we can talk more easily about the things that are troubling you. I have over 30 years experience as a therapist in the mental health field including 15 years in my current private practice. I have a diverse practice because I like working with people from different backgrounds who are dealing with a variety of issues.
(404) 369-2807
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
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
Perimeter Therapy Associates, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
“Perimeter Therapy Associates provides psychological services for children, adolescents, adults, older adults, couples, and families experiencing life transitions, relationship difficulties, depression, post partum depression, anxiety, grief, parenting concerns and other mental health issues. Our approach to therapy is tailored to the unique needs of each client, facilitating positive change in a warm and caring environment. We assist clients in making fundamental changes in the way they think and act thereby improving their ability to solve problems, cope and communicate effectively. We also provide supervision for LAPC's working toward LPC licensure.
(678) 824-2031
Atlanta, Georgia 30346
Mark W Richardson, Pastoral Counselor  in Atlanta
Pastoral Counselor, DMin, CPSAS
“I work with men struggling with sexual addictions and couples wanting to build a strong Christ centered marriage. For men struggling with addictive behaviors, I've worked with hundreds of men wrestling with porn, affairs, strip clubs, massage parlors, escorts, same sex attraction and numerous other forms of acting out. For couples I provide a Biblical view for developing a strong relationship. I am also called on a lot to do public speaking regarding sexual integrity issues.
(678) 685-9296
Atlanta, Georgia 30338
Tanya Wilson, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in Georgia with nearly a decade of experience providing counseling services to women, couples, families and adolescents. I am deeply committed to assisting individuals, couples and family units in developing healthy productive lives. My therapeutic approach is built on the principles of developing a healthy view of self-worth, independence and resiliency to life's challenges. I am committed and feels a deep spiritual calling to assist individuals and families in healing broken relationships, overcoming internal conflict and living their best life possible.
(404) 586-4783
Atlanta, Georgia 30350
Twilynn M. Jourdain, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Twilynn has over 20 years experience working in the Human Services Industry. She provides individual, couple, and family therapy in a private practice setting. She specializes in working with those who suffer from depression, have experienced trauma and abuse, experience anxiety and stress, have communication challenges within their family system, and/or have difficulty in making life transitions. She has extensive experience working with adolescents addressing, self-esteem issues, teaching decision-making and problem solving skills, and working through school related issues. Twilynn also has extensive experience working with the LGBT community.
(404) 334-7935
Atlanta, Georgia 30350
Sandy Ebrahimi, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, ACSW, BCD
“I believe in the power of the therapeutic relationship to heal the wounds of the past and the present. Experiencing yourself differently in relationship, you to the other and the other to you can be an important part of the process. My work with clients weaves together my training in psychodynamic psychotherapy with my training in bodypsychotherapy. I might do so through talking and bringing one's awarness to what they are experiencing in their body or I might work more directly with their body through movement, sound or touch. My clinical approach would depend on the client and what they bring to therapy .
(404) 586-4907
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
Dr. Mary Gresham, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“You may be considering seeing a psychologist because you are tired of trying solutions that don't work, want closer relationships, want to feel better about yourself, want to develop new skills or rebuild your life. If you are seeking an active and supportive relationship, we will be a good fit. Your feedback is an important part of working together and I will encourage you to be an active participant. Each person or couple is unique and my approach is customized for you. Let me know if you are seeking coaching, consultation on a specific problem, counseling or depth psychotherapy.
(404) 320-6510
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
Andrew M Gothard, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I have been providing psychotherapy to children, adults, families, and couples for over 20 years. I also have a specialty in psychological testing of all kinds (such as educational, neuropsychological, ADD/ADHD, and others). My greatest area of expertise is providing court related services, such as custody evaluations, expert witness testimony, and anything having to do with your court case.
(770) 450-5027
Atlanta, Georgia 30341
Dana R. Wyner, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Life presents many challenges. I can help. I am a clinical psychologist practicing in Atlanta, GA. My specializations include stress management, sport and performance psychology, biofeedback, and health psychology. A large part of my practice is also concerned with issues of anxiety, depression, and other psychiatric conditions. If you are seeking either short-term solution-focused therapy or an open-ended depth-oriented approach with a clinician who values a genuine and collaborative relationship, then I hope you will consider working with me.
(678) 264-6712
Atlanta, Georgia 30322
Carla R Bauer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Feeling stuck? Wondering why you keep finding yourself in the same struggle, experiencing the same pain or relationship issues, yet again? I work with clients to explore how unresolved issues from the past impact the present. I strive to create an open and safe environment where clients can express and explore authentic feelings and lost aspects of self often censored in general society, toward greater personal insight, growth and change. I believe that an accepting and validating therapy relationship can be a key element in the healing of old wounds and opening up of possibilities for new and better experiences.
(404) 341-4745
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
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