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Therapists in Atlanta

Rebecca Finn, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I currently hold my license for associate professional counseling. I am comfortable working with adults who have the following concerns: depression, grief, anxiety, boundaries, singleness, perfectionism and people pleasing behavior, self care, sexual concerns, and spiritual direction. I have experience with adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse, and have a graduate specialization in Christian sex therapy. Although I am a campus counselor for Point students, I do see outside adult individuals for therapy on a sliding scale fee, for as low as $30 a session.
(404) 975-1610
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Meschelle King  in Atlanta
“Are you overwhelmed with work and home life? Do you want to become more organized and manage your time in an efficient manner? When is the last time you felt satisfaction in your career or with your personal relationships? If the answers to the previous questions are "yes" and "you do not remember" let me help you achieve a more fulfilling life's journey. Together we can identify the what and why that is causing you dissatisfaction. Through Mindfulness techniques you can create change and move toward your personal belief of success.
(678) 820-3807
Atlanta, Georgia 30331
Clarence W Massie Jr, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Atlanta
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, PhD, MS, ICADC-I, CLS
“Finding someone who makes you feel understood is often challenging even in a therapeutic setting. I work collaboratively with clients, and emphasize an empathic client-therapist relationship. I have a very simple approach to therapy which is to understand your dreams, together set goals with you to achieve those dreams, and to teach you coping skills to manage the difficult challenges you are facing.
(404) 586-4133
Atlanta, Georgia 30316
BetseyNeely,Coaching & Consulting,   in Atlanta
“I listen; you help me to understand what you need. Together we get the results you want. I am very supportive and resourceful as we focus on your immediate situation. My coaching specialty is helping individuals recover and move on from divorce, job loss, or any circumstance which requires reinventing oneself and re-calibrating one's life. I focus on client strengths, experiences, interests, and dreams as we do some creative life planning for your future. If you need a new career or a new life path, let me help and support you through the transition.
(678) 515-3122
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Anita K Grover, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Working with a psychologist should be a positive and beneficial experience. Not only do I believe in supporting my clients through successes and challenges, I love my work and am very dedicated to those I work with. In my practice, I specialize in providing comprehensive psychological assessments and therapy with children, adolescents, and young adults. Currently, I have a private practice in Atlanta; I am an attending psychologist at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta; and I perform neuropsychological/ psychoeducational evaluations at Georgia State University.
(404) 975-1928
Atlanta, Georgia 30306
Lauren Fant, Counselor  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LAPC, NCC, CRC, MS
“My clinical experience includes both inpatient and outpatient settings. I have worked with individuals with a wide variety of diagnoses, from depression and anxiety to schizophrenia and bipolar disorders. I particularly enjoy working with individuals suffering from issues surrounding eating disorders, substance abuse, and life transitions. I work with children, adolescents, and adults, both individually and as a couple or family unit.
(404) 620-2416
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Tracy Busse, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LPC
“Knowing that you are the expert on your own life, it is important to find a therapist that provides a safe and comfortable environment to help you grow and achieve your personal goals. Tracy's genuine approach will meet you where you are at and allow for growth and healing to occur. Tracy enjoys working with individuals and families that desire growth and healing from the many struggles we all encounter in life. Tracy has over 10 years of experience working with people that have struggled with past trauma, depression, anxiety, attachment, grief/loss, spiritual and relational concerns.
(404) 975-2844
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Helise Ronen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CAMS
“As a seasoned Licensed Clinical Social Worker I enjoy working with individuals, couples and families that are seeking treatment for mental/behavioral health or substance abuse issues. I provide affordable counseling in the areas of substance abuse, anger, depression, anxiety/phobia, couples/marriage counseling, and emotional/behavioral disturbance. In identifying and addressing these concerns, I utilize evidenced-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) approach with children, adolescents, college students and adults. I work with clients in individual, family and couples therapy. My areas of specialization are dual diagnosis: addictions including substance and process addictions, anger management, Suboxone treatment, Employee Assistant Program (EAP), anxiety, PTSD, depression.
(678) 666-2317
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Amy Rostand Morris, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have a general private practice seeing adolescents and adults in individual, couples and family therapies. Among my areas of work are: couples transitioning to parenthood, working with women who are experiencing prenatal and postpartum issues, families having young children with disabilities, parenting difficulties, relationship problems, adolescents and young adults struggling with life transitions, and general stress, anxiety and depression. My approach to psychotherapy is integrative, drawing from many sources particularly psychodynamic and relational principles. As a psychotherapist, my goal is to be present with you, providing a safe space to explore what emerges during the therapy sessions.
(404) 369-2094
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Sala Imara Hilaire, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MAC, CAMS
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker; Master Addiction Counselor; and Certified Anger Management Specialist. I offer counseling services to adults, couples, children, teens and families. My practice philosophy is to treat the "whole person," addressing each client's physical, emotional, social, spiritual and cultural needs. I do this by creating and promoting conditions conducive to personal growth and development.I provide solution-focused treatment using psychodynamic/cognitive/behavioral approaches that aim to help individuals, couples and families attain optimal functioning at home, school, work and in society.
(404) 620-2902
Atlanta, Georgia 30310
Amy Buesing, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“If you have suffered trauma and loss in your life, you may have developed methods of coping that are no longer serving you. Together, we can explore these patterns of interacting with the world, and develop new, more adaptive skills. My primary objective is to work with clients to identify what they want their lives to reflect, and to help them to achieve their goals. My specialization area is trauma, however I have more than 10 years of clinical experience working with adults and adolescents suffering from mood disorders, anxiety disorders, and alcohol/substance abuse.
(706) 403-4405
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Sarah L McMurtry, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“My therapeutic perspective emphasizes personal empowerment and strength based foundations for individuals to gain insight, utilize new tools, and work through difficult transitions and life challenges. I use cognitive-behavioral, mindfulness, and interpersonal approaches when working with individuals who are struggling with anxiety, depression, interpersonal, and trauma-related difficulties. When working with families, I help children and parents build confidence in coping with behavioral, social, or emotional issues. I also assist families and children with developmental delays or foster care involvement. Ultimately, my goal is to provide a safe place for patients to work through life's challenges.
(404) 982-4588
Atlanta, Georgia 30331
Bryn Chafin  in Atlanta
“You may struggle with situations and issues in your life including but not limited to coping with emotions, thinking poorly of yourself, a traumatic event or experiencing frustration in relationships. Therapy, to me, is a collaborative process in which one is able to reflect on thought processes, emotional states, roles in a system, and ineffective behaviors while in a safe and secure environment. I try to create a collaborative alliance with my clients that allows them to understand themselves better and find balance.
(770) 599-5259
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Laura Knox, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT
“I enjoy working with individuals, couples and families on a range of problems including: difficult relational issues (family, romantic, social, professional), difficult life-transitions, premarital counseling, co-parenting, anxiety, depression, impulsivity, grief and loss, trauma, self-harm, disempowered women, and gender/sexuality identity - LGBTQ issues. I believe in creating a warm, nonjudgmental atmosphere where clients can feel free to be and express themselves fully. I work with each of my clients to uncover what might be keeping them "stuck" so that they can move toward more healthy, happy lives.
(706) 438-4179
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, Approve, Supervi
“My interests are to work with you,... If you are struggling with internal conflict that doesn't seem to dissipate; if you are struggling with developing life changes; if you feel you are in a relationship that could be richer and more satisfying, or are feeling it is time to reconsider a relationship; and most importantly, if you want to grow as an individual but feel unable to make that happen,
(404) 620-6218 x2
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Lesley A Ward, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Recognizing that deciding to enter into the world of therapy is a movement that requires courage and need and desire for something different (and better), I welcome meeting you where you are. Listening and supporting your process to engage yourself in new ways and new learnings are building blocks for our foundation. I am experienced in many dimensions of psychology, and my focus is to build trust and relationship to discover what works well between us to foster your growth and awareness in your life choices.
(404) 369-7993
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Marta B Stefanyshyn, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Do you struggle with depression,anxiety, or difficult relationships? After overcoming many difficulties in life myself, I am a strong believer that all people are capable of moving through the hardships and achieving their goals. With professional help, things can improve. Together we will look at the barriers to the improvement and resolve them step by step. I am passionate about helping people connecting with their true selves and live the lives that they deserve. Saturday appointments are available. If your insurance co-payment or deductible is too high, together we can discuss payment options that are affordable for you.
(404) 334-2598
Atlanta, Georgia 30326
Karen C Hargrove, Counselor  in Atlanta
“As a Licensed Mental Health and Wellness Professional, I provide a therapeutic environment that fosters empowerment and enrichment in the lives of others, while cultivating creativity and comfort with one's personal identity. I hope to guide you to trust in yourself and your unique life experiences, as they are the prolific and indispensable resources for the answers you seek. Together, we will work towards helping you respond to yourself, people, and life, in a growth affirming and self-actualizing way, ultimately creating the experience of an inner-directed life, so that you may live it to the fullest potential.
(404) 620-4110
Atlanta, Georgia 30312
Laura Ladefian, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Are you confused by your child's behaviors? Do you wish you better understood how to meet your child's emotional needs? Has your relationship with your child felt strained? I can help!
(404) 823-5621
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
David B Adams, Psychologist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychologist, PhD, FAACP, FAPM
“Since 1985, Atlanta Medical Psychology has provided diagnostic and psychotherapeutic services to adults with anxiety, depressive, pain, sexual and trauma related disorders. Dr. Adams is board certified in clinical psychology, a fellow of the Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine and a Distinguished Practitioner of the American Academy of Practice in Psychology, a Fellow of the American Psychological Association and the American Academy of Clinical Psychology and a diplomate from the American Academy of Pain Management. Dr. Adams is on the panel of most health insurers.He has served on the editorial board of multiple scientific journals and is the author of >60 articles and textbook chapters.
(404) 620-4380
Atlanta, Georgia 30342
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