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Therapists in Atlanta

Samera Sheikh, Counselor  in Atlanta
“The focus of my therapy practice is based on the premise that our past, present situations, and future aspirations strongly influence our interactions with our environment. As we evolve and confront challenges, it is crucial to recognize our past, adapt to our present surroundings, and modify our perceptions and behavior so we may reach our full potential. My aim is to assist clients in exploring emotions, promoting self-reflection, developing positive methods of communication, and enhancing the foundations that will support life-long relationships and improve the overall quality of life.
(404) 271-9495
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Mary Stewart Peden, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Life can be hard as it is currently being lived. Sometimes our emotions, thoughts, and behaviors get so intense that we don't know how to effectively navigate life. I am intensively trained DBT therapist through Behavioral Tech, LLC. I truly believes that learning a new set of effective and healthy coping skills can and will create a life worth living.
(404) 620-4675
Atlanta, Georgia 30338
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
Tricia Anbinder, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“You can live a happier, more meaningful life. Right now, you may be depressed, unable to enjoy the things you used to, feeling sad, numb, or lost in darkness. Maybe anxiety is keeping you up at night, making it difficult to perform at work or feel comfortable in social settings. Perhaps you're struggling in your relationships, finding it hard to communicate, feel close, or find someone who really understands you. Or, you might feel stuck because the things and people you thought would or should make you happy just aren't.
(404) 793-8966
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Michael & Michael Counseling & Consulting, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Atlanta
“Have you struggled with drug or alcohol addiction most of your life? Re-lapsed off and on, and feel frustrated with recovery in general? Allow me to help you on your journey to recovery.
(770) 406-6793
Atlanta, Georgia 30341
Bryan A. Jones, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Are you experiencing difficulties as a result of life challenges and disappointments? Are you struggling balancing your spirituality with sexual identity? Are you experiencing the loss of a loved one? Are you in need of spiritual and emotional support in a open and nonjudgmental environment? I am here to help you to recover your "Soul" (the essence of your best and productive self). I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Board Certified Chaplain and a Pastoral Counselor here to help you explore your feelings, work with your emotions, rediscover your passions and find inner peace/healing for your "Soul."
(678) 293-9258
Atlanta, Georgia 30340
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 RecoveryŽ.
(678) 394-3589
Atlanta, Georgia 30341
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
Alison E Reed, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Are you tired of having the same argument with your spouse, girlfriend or boyfriend over and over again with it ending in blame, criticism, misunderstanding and hurt feelings? Are you tired of finding yourself in the same types of dating relationships with the same type of guy or girl time and time again? Do you want to feel more connected in your relationships, truly believing that you can work with your partner to resolve the inevitable conflicts that will come your way?
(770) 939-0125
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Ellen Brackup, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“So many therapists to choose from! It's overwhelming, right? What should you look for in picking a therapist? Someone who is enough like you that you can connect, and yet different enough that you can grow. It's hard to tell that from profiles, but you'll make the right decision. It takes guts to be in psychotherapy, because psychotherapy is about really looking at yourself, and seeing what you do well and what needs to be changed. It's about gradually coming to trust the relationship we build together, and using that relationship for safety, support, and feedback.
(404) 231-4455
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
Jessenia Rodriguez, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Dr. Rodriguez, a fully bilingual (English/Spanish), licensed psychologist, specializes in the assessment and treatment of emotional and behavioral disorders including attention problems, anxiety disorders, depression, and disruptive behavior disorders. She enjoys working with children, adolescents, and adults of all ages. She also has specialized training in forensic evaluations and psychotherapy with older adults.
(770) 599-5469
Atlanta, Georgia 30341
Kenneth Block, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Give yourself the power today! Take the opportunity to benefit from my 30 years of psychological experience and psychotherapy skill, in a no non-sense, action oriented approach to help you learn to overcome those ineffective habits that interfere with obtaining the achievement and joy you deserve. I specialize in working individual adults as well as with couples to teach how to overcome self defeating emotions and behaviors such as anxiety, anger, depression and addiction. With regard to substance misuse, if you've been displeased with 12 – step oriented programs to that require a "higher power" concept, let me introduce you to an alternative approach that helps you to overcome addiction and maintain control of your life. Please check out my website www.drkennethblock.com.
(404) 369-2688
Atlanta, Georgia 30359
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
Carolyn Tucker, Counselor  in Atlanta
Counselor, LPC, NCC, DCC
“You want your life back. You long for relief from the anxiety that is robbing your joy. I can help you access your strengths and develop a plan to help you address your anxiety and trauma so you feel better quickly. I use mind/body interventions, mindfulness, and DBT to help you feel in control of your emotions.I use EMDR & Brainspotting for traumatic memories that cause anxiety. I offer SKYPE distance counseling for your convenience. I specialize in the treatment of adults and adolescents.
(678) 929-2156
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
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
Patricia And Paul Kapphahn, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Learn strategies for creating and maintaining healthy and satisfying relationships that work! Expand your ability to live fully and joyfully! We are married psychotherapists in private practice in the Dunwoody area of Atlanta for over 20 years. We use teaching/coaching for teaching and practicing advanced relationship skills Though it is ideal to have both partners in the sessions, we have developed a system that produces positive relationship changes with only one partner in the session. We focus on strengths and solutions and breaking destructive behaviour patterns rather than becoming stuck in blame and analysis (as in some traditional therapy). We use mind-body methods designed to cultivate inner peace and self esteem and relieve anxiety and depression. We give clear, concise and practical guidelines and tools, as well as practical homework between sessions, assisting clients in dealing with stress, anxiety, phobias, grief and loss, anger issues, addictions, weight management and smoking cessation. . .
(770) 450-5030
Atlanta, Georgia 30338
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
Karen Piering Abbott, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Individuals, couples and families come to me when they are experiencing pain, feel lost, disconnected or stuck. Initially, we process multiple aspects of your whole being. Through this journey we determine which area or areas of your life are in need of more balance and fulfillment. I strive to take into account the whole person with a style characterized as gentle, warm, engaging, empathic and thought provoking. Our therapeutic relationship is diligently attended to as we work together to create new ways of thinking, feeling, relating and therefore being in the world.
(678) 355-8333
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
Lauren Holland, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Lauren E. Holland is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Nationally Certified Counselor. Lauren's dream is to help child, adolescents, families, couples, and individuals to grow and develop. Lauren has provided play, individual, group, family, and couples/parenting services to her clients. Lauren wants her clients to feel at home and supported throughout their therapeutic journey.
(678) 661-9369
Atlanta, Georgia 30317
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