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Therapists in Atlanta

Cassandra G Lettenberger-Klein, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
“I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the state of Georgia. I am specifically trained to work with couples and families, as well as individuals. I earned my Master's Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Purdue University, and my doctoral degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Florida State University. My areas of expertise include couples experiencing relational discord or those interested in pre-marital treatment; families facing divorce/separation or in which a child is displaying behavioral problems; and individuals suffering from emotional or behavioral issues.
(404) 205-8633
Atlanta, Georgia 30306
April L. Coleman, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I have always enjoyed working with children, adolescents, and their families. As a licensed psychologist, I currently specialize in the comprehensive assessment of learning disabilities and common challenges associated with child traumatic stress and/or Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) resulting from child maltreatment and other trauma. I also assess for other common challenges within the pediatric population, including emotional and behavioral challenges (e.g., anxiety, depression, defiance) and ADHD. I am also able to provide individual and/or family psychotherapy for a variety of concerns, including social skills, emotional/behavioral challenges (e.g., ADHD, anxiety, depression), and childhood trauma.
(678) 619-3240
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Stacia Mckinlay, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I have a passion for working with children and helping them develop the tools they need to reach their goals. I focus on building self-esteem and creating positive change. In therapy, I provide opportunities for creative self-expression using play and art. I believe it is important to create a fun environment where children are encouraged to be themselves while working on their goals. I specialize in working with children and adolescents with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, emotional struggles, Anxiety, Mood Disorders, Depression, Developmental Disabilities and Autism, Oppositional Defiance Disorder, adjustment difficulties, anger management, and social skills struggles.
(770) 285-5299
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Joni Edwards Prince, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Ours is a stressful world and anxiety disorders is one of my specialties. It's important to directly work with both the sources of stress and your stress responses (rapid heart rate, breathing difficulty, etc) to help you feel more in control and happier with life. I use cognitive-behavioral and interpersonal strategies in my therapy. One of the keys to successful therapy is the relationship between us. This collaboration, our working together, gets things off on the right foot in helping you work on the issues you brought to therapy.
(404) 461-9067
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Aynsley Corbett, Psy.D. PC, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“As a clinical psychologist specializing in the assessment and treatment of pediatric behavioral and emotional disorders, I work with children, adolescents, and their families to identify and treat behavior and mood disorders, developmental disabilities, and facilitate adjustment to chronic illness. Specifically, I am experienced in the assessment and treatment of depression and anxiety, ADHD, developmental delays, autism spectrum disorders, medical conditions such as cancer and diabetes, and child-parent relationship issues
(404) 566-6755
Atlanta, Georgia 30342
Dennis P Buttimer,   in Atlanta
MEd, CEAP, RYT
“If you are struggling with stress, worry/anxiety/fear, health and wellness issues, cancer diagnosis/recovery, grief, life changes, workplace challenges, relationship issues or personal growth, I am here to listen to you and to make thoughtful suggestions. As an EAP Counselor and also Coach of thirty-three (33) years, I have learned some strategies that tend to create lasting changes. I recognize and honor how courageous it is for you to take this first step. My commitment to you is to listen non-judgmentally and to only propose ideas that I have seen work successfully over many years of working with people.
(404) 620-6558 x2
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Emily Sarah Katz, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Congratulations! You have already taken the first step towards making positive changes for you and your family. I use a supportive, insight-oriented approach to help you lead a more fulfilling life and overcome the challenges that life often brings. A key to successful therapy is a "good fit" between therapist and client based on trust, respect and comfort within the relationship. While this relationship takes time to build, I take great care to ensure you feel welcome and comfortable from the first session. I am committed to making sure you and your family receive the best possible care.
(678) 820-5221
Atlanta, Georgia 30326
Beverly J Matthews, Counselor  in Atlanta
“For 20 years I've been helping men and women experience more clarity, feel empowered, and overcome their feelings of depression and anxiety. Whether you are struggling with past trauma, relationship issues, problems with work, or feel stuck in any area, I will support you in creating the kind of life you want. Together we will explore the negative beliefs, emotions and behaviors that have held you back and clear the emotional charge associated with them, so that you can begin to accept and love yourself and make healthy and life-enhancing choices moving forward.
(678) 383-0375 x224
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Gail Phillips, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
“I help those who are 'stuck' and suffering to remove road blocks, feel more contented and achieve their personal, relationship, and career goals. I believe all individuals have the capacity to thrive. My job as your counselor is to help you remove roadblocks that keep you from thriving. I see our counseling relationship as one in which you set your goals, and I am privileged to work collaboratively with you to help you attain them.
(404) 998-8993
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Brian J Smith, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I am a licensed psychologist who provides psychotherapy to adults, couples, college students, families, parents, adolescents, and children. I have valuable experience in addressing areas such as depression, anxiety/stress, panic attacks, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), relationships, family-of-origin issues, assertiveness, parenting, oppositional/disruptive behavior, social skills, self-esteem, anger management, trauma/PTSD, conflict resolution, and difficulty with transitions. I specialize in working with couples (dating, engaged/pre-marital, married) to improve their relationship through effective communication and conflict resolution skills, and offer relationship assessment through the Prepare-Enrich Model. I also specialize in working with college students, teenagers, children and their families.
(770) 953-4744 x44
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Mark Gilson, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Change is a guarantee in life and it is often difficult. My approach to psychotherapy is to not only understand problems, but to work with you using CBT techniques that have been successful for many others. I am founder of the Atlanta Center, established in 1985 and former faculty, Department of Psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania Medical School's Center for Cognitive Therapy under the direction of Aaron T. Beck, M.D. Also, I am a founding fellow for the Academy of Cognitive Therapy and also Board Certified and Fellow of the American Board of Professional Psychology.
(404) 382-8215 x1004
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Callahan Pope McDonough, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
“I enjoy collaborating with men and women to achieve lives that are fulfilling and successful.Counseling creates support that enables individuals: 1.to gain insight into habits & patterns that inhibit their growth & success, 2. to learn new skills to achieve a more productive life, and 3. to live passionately and at their best. 4. experience relationships that work. > Call Callahan today: 404.614.2855
(404) 614-2855
Atlanta, Georgia 30308
Abigail Lott, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I am a licensed psychologist in the state of Georgia and provide a range of psychological services to teenagers, adults, and couples. My areas of focus include: depression, personality disorders, anxiety/stress, emotional difficulties, coping after traumatic events, and relationship or self image concerns. I also have extensive training in behavioral health interventions, such as psychological treatment for insomnia and chronic pain. I take an evidence-based approach to therapy and integrate several theoretical orientations, including cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, and mindfulness.
(404) 205-8901
Atlanta, Georgia 30306
Catherine Barton  in Atlanta
“I truly enjoy helping people find the happiest and emotionally healthiest version of themselves. I see children, teens, adults and families. One thing that sets me apart from others is that I use creative approaches to helping people develop coping skills, social skills, work through grief and loss, and gain strategies for coping with anxiety. I like to use art and other creative methods to help clients express their struggles and work through problems. I am energetic and love working with people. I strive to create a therapeutic environment in which individuals can be free to be themselves without any judgment.
(770) 450-8404
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Simone Alexander, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Are you feeling lost? Overwhelmed? Frustrated? Are you experiencing life transitions that seem to be out of control? Despite your educational/financial successes, are your relationships seemingly fractured or falling apart? Has your motivation waned? Are you tired of maintaining a fašade? Did you answer 'Yes' to any of the previous questions? Asking for help is difficult but it is a courageous and important first step toward realizing the healing, growth and wholeness for which you're longing. You deserve encouragement while working toward accomplishing your personal goals, support in navigating through disappointments, deeper personal relationships, and achieving meaning and purpose in your life.
(770) 766-4521
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Dave M Davis, Psychiatrist  in Atlanta
“My goal is to work with clients who want to function better - fucntioning is the key! Better coping skills, self-observation and a team approach is my style of practice. Where desired, medication can also be used, but the goal is to not be on medication in the long haul.
(404) 941-0940
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Kenneth B Saunders, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Weekend Appointments Available! I have 30+ years experience working with individuals, couples & families with a wide variety of issues and goals. I have trained in a variety of psychotherapeutic modalities and employ an eclectic approach to understand and offer support and insight into a broad range of issues and problems-all in a safe and nurturing environment/setting with opportunities to discover, explore and build on the individual strengths and capabilities to face life's challenges. I strongly believe in self determination and hope my interventions and insight opens the door to new understanding and improved overall functioning and happiness.
(404) 341-4318
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
“I am a licensed psychologist in Georgia providing a variety of psychological services in the Atlanta, Georgia metro area on a limited part-time basis. I received my PhD in Counseling Psychology from Georgia State University in 2011. I am experienced in providing quality counseling/therapeutic, psychological and psychoeducational testing, and forensic services to adults as well as consultative and testing services to other mental health professionals. For more information about me and my current practice offerings please go to my website, www.integritypsychologicalservices.org.
(678) 882-1454
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Andriea Washington, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Suffering from a chronic medical condition, effects of trauma or grief? You can move forward! I would honor walking alongside you through this journey. I believe that every one has within them the strengths that they may or may not recognize. It is my job to identify and assist you in developing those strengths in order to live a life that is both satisfying and rewarding. Please, if you or someone you love needs help, don't hesitate to call.
(815) 683-6170
Atlanta, Georgia 30327
Judy Keappler, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Do you feel discouraged or stuck? Do you desire more from your relationships? I believe a strong therapeutic relationship with my clients provide a safe place to explore and determine their own goals for change. I have a passion to help my clients gain hope in the midst of despair and suffering and experience real change as they learn to cope with their circumstances.
(404) 996-1125
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
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