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Mood Disorders Therapists in Atlanta
Seasonal Affective, Post-Partum

Tara Wojtkunski, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I love working with people who are interested in building self awareness, feeling more empowered and finding their true self. I've worked with people going through transitions, e.g. adjusting to disability, discovering their sexuality, the coming out process and adjusting to being in college or entering the working world. I believe in helping people to feel comfortable living their truth, and learning to be compassionate with themselves along the way. I also practice using humor, supporting harm reduction and assisting people to make healthier choices, both physical and emotional.
Mood Disorders
(404) 334-2480
Atlanta, Georgia 30315
Megan Elizabeth Winchester, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
“Are you sturggling with your teenager? Is your child exhibiting "acting out" or out of control behaviors (rule breaking, issues with law enforcement, trouble in school, alcohol or drug use, self harm, changes in eating, stress, low self esteem, depression, social isolation, lack of family interaction, unpredictable mood swings, etc) that are causing issues for your family? Have you noticed a marked change in your child's mood, behavior, or emotional state that worries you? I am here to work with you, your teen, and other family members in order to address these issues and attempt to solve them together.
Mood Disorders
(859) 756-4037
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
Rochelle Galletti, Counselor  in Atlanta
“My style is nurturing, empowering, compassionate, and when needed gently challenging. I work collaboratively with my clients in helping them to develop specific goals and strategies they can use to overcome obstacles that are causing distress. While my approach to therapy is tailored to each individual client's needs, I primarily utilize cognitive behavioral therapy in my work with clients. This type of therapy focuses on changing maladaptive thinking patterns that often contribute to problems like anxiety, depression, low-self-esteem, anger, addictions, and relationship conflicts.
Mood Disorders
(404) 994-2984 x1011
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Alana Miller-Clayton, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I believe that finding a therapist who is the right fit for you is of the utmost importance when it comes to therapy. I work with clients across the lifespan ranging from preadolescence to adults. Additionally, I believe we are all a tapestry of our history and experiences, so I think it is important to understand you holistically as an individual/couple/family. Depending on your particular therapeutic needs we can assess and discuss which mode of therapy would be best suited for you.
Mood Disorders
(678) 647-1515
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Holly D McNinch, Counselor  in Atlanta
“As a counselor, I believe that working through issues such as depression, anxiety, co-dependency, addictions... in present time is very important, along with examining wounds from childhood that are barriers to moving forward. Through this work, healing can occur with understanding, self-compassion, authenticity, and positive change. Most people come to therapy related to feelings based on fear or pain. I provide a warm and compassionate place that allows my clients to openly share and have a voice that is respected and heard. I look forward to hearing your story.
Mood Disorders
(404) 381-8007
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
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.
Mood Disorders
(404) 205-8901
Atlanta, Georgia 30306
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.
Mood Disorders
(404) 620-2902
Atlanta, Georgia 30310
The Hope Center of Georgia, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
“It is my goal to help you uncover the behavioral patterns or thoughts that hinder you from becoming the person who you want to be. Together we will work to resolve those stumbling blocks so that you can lead a healthy and fulfilling life.
Mood Disorders
(404) 205-8665
Atlanta, Georgia 30308
Amy Eisenman, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Through acceptance and change DBT helps to build lives worth living for our clients. Initially DBT was used to assist those with personality disorders as other therapies left us wanting more. Now, as an evidenced based practice, DBT can help clients with various troubles in their life. It is my goal to assist them in building a life worth living and a life they want to wake up for in the morning.
Mood Disorders
(678) 619-5136
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Ken Sanders, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I know you want the best life possible, and at times, it may seem out of reach--but its only temporary. It is my professional and personal belief that in us, we have all that is needed, to live our best life. At times we get "stuck" and we need help--counseling is that help. As a counselor for close to 20 years, I have had the opportunity to work with people from various backgrounds. I work along side you and will help you to "see" where you want to go and to develop a plan to get there.
Mood Disorders
(678) 820-3216
Office is near:
Atlanta, Georgia 30308
D. Thandi Chase, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“"Do you want to create a life of more contentment?" I believe that psychotherapy is a journey towards that - a journey of self-discovery, understanding motivation, hidden conflicts, reflection and awareness. This can result in long-term change and improve people's relationships with others and themselves. Therapy can help people find solutions to everyday problems such as: making tough decisions, managing uncertainty about staying in a relationship or identifying stumbling blocks getting in the way of reaching one's goals. My areas of interest include: personal growth issues, women's issues, trauma, depression and anxiety.
Mood Disorders
(404) 566-5514
Office is near:
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
Mollie Kimmelman Carl, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker providing counseling services to teens and young adults with emotional distress (anxiety, depression, trauma-related concerns, self-harming behaviors and suicidal ideations). I help clients gain self-confidence and take control of their emotions and their lives. My therapeutic approach focuses primarily on client-centered cognitive behavioral therapy, additionally pulling from experiential, narrative, and art therapy as it benefits each client. I also prioritize family education and how to support a loved one with mental illness.
Mood Disorders
(404) 450-2077
Office is near:
Atlanta, Georgia 30308
Tamekis Williams, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LMSW
“Professionalism without the high cost! Looking for an economical opportunity to recreate or learn new skills to enhance your life? I believe that one of the greatest gifts from God is the ability to change. Hey, we all get stuck and life definitely brings challenges we can't always handle with grace. Each day we wake up, we are able to change our thoughts which in turn can change our lives.
Mood Disorders
(770) 626-7966
Office is near:
Atlanta, Georgia 30310
Steve Sabom, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I've practiced psychotherapy for 30 years. I believe therapy helps someone embrace their personal authority, to live as oneself. My approach blends family systems and psychodynamic processes. I work with individuals,couples/partners, families and adolescent males. I have worked in a variety of settings with diverse populations. I have played guitar with local gospel groups. I served in the Army in Vietnam. I believe such experiences allow me to connect with people having various concerns, and enrich my understanding of human development and change.
Mood Disorders
(678) 723-3898
Office is near:
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
Banu Ibaoglu Vaughn, Counselor  in Atlanta
“If you are at a place in your life where you need to make difficult decisions,change tendencies that are too difficult to tackle alone,understand something about yourself that seems puzzling or work through a painful knot in your relationship, beginning psychotherapy may be the best next step you can take. Psychotherapy allows us to put into words what is difficult to say and helps us see what is hard to see. It provides a space where we can be understood and come to understand ourselves more clearly.
Mood Disorders
(678) 792-8737
Office is near:
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Patti Lyons, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“You are not alone! No matter what problems you are facing, you can overcome them and I will teach you how. My training and experience is in treating COUPLES, INDIVIDUALS and FAMILIES. I treat couples and families who have difficulties communicating, resolving issues, or navigating family transitions successfully. My practice focuses on couples and families in which a member has a chronic, terminal or psychiatric illness. Additionally, I treat individuals with various issues and have extensive experience treating Anxiety Disorder, Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Adjustment Disorder, Relational Issues. My highest priority is helping you open doors to a new life.
Mood Disorders
(678) 379-5969
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Innovative Options Incorporated, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
“Innovative Options Incorporated believes that compassionate, high quality behavioral healthcare services can best be provided by being faithful to our core values of respect, justice, compassion, integrity, quality, and confidentiality. Innovative Options is dedicated to promoting an atmosphere of mutual respect and collaboration among everyone involved in care. Innovative Options operates its programs based on the premises of utilizing evidence base empirically supported therapeutic interventions.
Mood Disorders
(404) 800-7358
Atlanta, Georgia 30331
Ben Merrill, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MAMFT, LMFT, APC
“Life can be difficult, and we all reach times in our life where we are overwhelmed and unsure of how to move forward. Whether you are struggling with anxiety, depression, ADHD, or relationship issues, I would love to work with you to help you get unstuck and relieve the current symptoms with practical solutions. To achieve lasting change, I also work to get an understanding of the deeper issues and address the core problems that are causing the symptoms. I work collaboratively with clients to establish appropriate goals and seek to empower them to move forward in their lives in the way they desire.
Mood Disorders
(404) 982-4729
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Deborah Prudden Lathrop, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LMSW
“I have three main passions in life that have directed my career path: relationships ,individuals in crisis and gifted individuals. I know what it takes to help all three flourish, in spite of the obstacles they face. As a caring, empathic, yet direct therapist I can help premarital couples prepare for what lies ahead, and help couples in a committed relationship rediscover their passion. Individuals in crisis will find warm acceptance. Gifted individuals of all ages will find that my intimate knowledge of their emotional overexcitabilities helps me guide them through social, emotional and educational obstacles to reach their full potential.
Mood Disorders
(678) 820-6418
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Amanda Howard Pileski, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Are life transitions or the daily routine interfering with your strength and energy to pursue your passions and appreciate your relationships? If so, therapy can be a useful tool for overcoming these obstacles and achieving your life goals and values. I enjoy working with individuals who are willing to work hard to make profound changes in their lives. Changes that will positively impact their relationships, self-esteem and overall outlook on life.
Mood Disorders
(678) 929-6461
Atlanta, Georgia 30327
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Mood Disorders (Seasonal Affective, Post-Partum) Therapists
Mood Disorder is a clinical term given to a group of diagnoses in the DSM IV guide where an imbalance in someone's mood (e.g. hyper or depressed) is the main underlying feature of their condition. Mood Disorder may also be referred to as Mood Affective Disorder. Two types of mood disorders (or mood affective disorders) are broadly recognized; there are depressive disorders, such as major depressive disorder (MDD), clinical depression or major depression. And bipolar disorder (BD), which used to be known as manic depression and is characterized by periods of mania or hypomania, interlaced with depressive episodes.

Seasonal Affective Mood Disorder or Seasonal Mood Disorder (SAD) is generally included within the former type/group as it's not characterized by hyper or manic moods.

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Therapists in Atlanta have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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