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Therapists in Atlanta

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
Sandcastles Child Therapy, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Hello. My name is Colleen Rapp. I am a child therapist and former school counselor and school teacher. I have been counseling and educating children for over 20 years. I love building that special relationship with children and witnessing remarkable change and growth. If you have questions or concerns about your child, please call me for a free consultation or contact me through my website. Together we can help your child become happy, healthy, and obtain the life skills necessary to lead a productive, successful, wonderful life.
(404) 384-7470
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Cynthia Schwartzberg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“"We all have the capacity to heal, as long as we have the desire" Are you struggling to solve something on your own and feeling confused, lost, stuck, anxious, depressed or overwhelmed? Are past experiences making it difficult to move forward? Are you caught in a challenging relationship? Therapy can help. A non-judgmental, non-assuming safe environment that offers support and guidance can get to the root of what's causing you pain and bring you a greater sense of resolve and peace.
(917) 725-5048
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Josh W Pease, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I realize that the process of finding the right therapist can be challenging, and I understand that the answers are not always clear. Are you wanting to change certain behaviors but feel emotionally stuck? Is life, work, or relationship not as fulfilling as it once was? Do you find yourself repeating the same patterns over and over and want greater understanding of yourself? If so, then meeting with a professional counselor might be one way for you to rediscover purpose and work through difficult emotions. I work with adults, couples, and families who are interested in living life with greater ease and vitality.
(678) 582-8832
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Jennifer A Watts, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“If you have reached a point in your life where you find yourself struggling with difficult feelings, thoughts, decisions, or behaviors--or if you are facing difficulties in your relationship--psychotherapy can help you find your way forward. For over nine years I have provided psychotherapy in Metro Atlanta, working with individuals and couples on issues related to depression and anxiety, relationships, sexual identity, life transitions, and personal growth and development. I would welcome the opportunity to work with you, and I invite you to visit my web site to learn more about me and my practice: www.PsychotherapyInAtlanta.com.
(404) 369-8263
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Emily Green, Counselor  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MS, EdS, LPC, RPT-S
“I believe that we are all trying our best and that we are the experts on ourselves and our families. However sometimes life brings us more than we know how to handle, and we may see symptoms of anxiety, PTSD, and unhealthy or disruptive behavior in ourselves, our relationships, and our children. This can leave us feeling frustrated, hopeless, and isolated as individuals, couples, and parents. Thankfully, therapy can help us and our children move beyond our pain, fear, and destructive behavior, and toward a greater sense of peace, happiness, and belonging.
(678) 374-2934
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
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
Cameron McIntosh  in Atlanta
“I am a Master's level therapist whose experience and interests include eating disorders, adoption, fertility, postpartum depression/perinatal mood disorders and women's issues related to life transitions and finding balance. I provide a safe, welcoming, nonjudgemental environment where you can come as you are and fully explore the challenges you are facing.
(404) 994-8346
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Candace B Adair, Psychiatrist  in Atlanta
“I am a board certified psychiatrist who provides a holistic approach in the treatment of mental challenges and conditions. I specialize in children and adolescents but also works with adults in providing psychotherapy, medication management, consulting, and alternative treatments when applicable. In addition, I also provide ADHD testing (adults MUST have proper documentation before medication is provided for ADHD). I develop a comprehensive and thorough treatment plan that most importantly is designed to educate my patients on mental wellness.
(404) 492-8909
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Susan Kupferberg, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“It can be overwhelming to search for a psychologist, especially when you are already in distress. A comfortable fit between you and your therapist is by far the most essential ingredient in your healing process. I encourage people to be very thoughtful about selecting someone to work with, and to speak with several people if it doesn't feel right from the beginning. I welcome the opportunity to talk with potential clients about their needs, and view our initial conversation as an important first step toward healing.
(404) 369-4980 x4
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Ellen Marmon, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Relationships can be tough. Feelings of hurt, frustration, and loneliness can overwhelm us to the degree that it seems impossible to get back a sense of connectedness. But there is hope - with the right help, you can experience dramatic, positive change.
(404) 566-9990
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
L Carol Finkelstein, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Do you sometimes feel as though your life just is not going how you hoped it would? Are you sad more often than not? Have you suffered a loss that makes it difficult to move forward? Is it difficult to trust? Are you feeling alone? I want to help.
(404) 847-9004
Atlanta, Georgia 30342
Marcia Jones, Counselor  in Atlanta
“As featured on Season 1 of R&B Divas, I welcome the opportunity to collaborate with you on your personal growth. So often, we find ourselves in situations and wonder how we got there. You could be grieving the loss of a loved one or relationship, or simply seeking to redefine yourself and your boundaries. Whatever your situation may be, counseling can help you get on track to living more authentically and true to yourself.
(404) 369-3835
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I offer many different types of opportunites to explore, rework, change and address challenges old or new. We decide the timetable and scope of the therapy together whether very focused change is desired or more in depth delving and reworking is wanted. Some people also use therapy to maintain positive gains and have a unique place to speak/ find the truth in a safe, trusting environment. The focus is on enhancing and building on strengths to realize potential based on each person' needs.
(404) 236-6474
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Dominique Driessen, Counselor  in Atlanta
“One of the most difficult things to do sometimes, is to ask for help. I want you to know that it is ok to ask for help. There is no need to feel ashamed, embarrassed or hesitant. My approach to Therapy is Person-Centered. I am also trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. My goal is to assist you in overcoming any challenges that you are currently facing; no matter how big or small. I want you to know that there is hope. People are resilient and can bounce back to overcome the challenges they have faced in their lives.
(843) 627-4293
Atlanta, Georgia 30341
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.
(678) 820-6418
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Raushannah Johnson-Verwayne, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Getting help can be scary for anyone. However, I believe, "you are stronger than you seem, braver than you believe, and smarter than you think you are". Standard of Care Psychological Services sets the standard higher because you deserve it. Let us help you reach your full potential. Whether you are a parent, foster parent, caregiver, government, or school agency, we set the standard higher for you by operating from a set of core values that we integrate into our work with clients and referral sources: accurate assessments, evidenced based treatment, integrity, ethics, competence, respect, and advocacy.
(678) 929-2654
Atlanta, Georgia 30331
Aliah Summers, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I received my Bachelor's of Arts in Psychology and Master's of Arts in Counselor Education from the University of Alabama, with a specialization in marriage and family therapy. In graduate school, I worked with a myriad of populations including: children, adolescents and adults both at the outpatient and residential level of care. Upon graduation, I gained experience working in an acute care crisis stabilization hospital in which I worked with clients addressing issues such as: depression, anxiety, substance abuse, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and schizoaffective disorder. I believe it is an honor to engage others in their journey towards meaningful and lasting change.
(470) 239-6485
Atlanta, Georgia 30340
Amy Smith-Barnes, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I am a licensed psychologist with more than 15 years experience specializing in eating disorders and accompanying issues. My approach is authentic, direct, and kind. I believe in getting to know the person who is the patient and focusing on strengths and wellness to shift maladaptive patterns of behavior and relating.
(404) 969-6959
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
“Many wonder why, no matter how hard their endeavors, their outer life never seems to be fulfilled or why they cannot feel a sense of success in their activities. Addiction and depression are at an all time high and yet these are merely voices of higher aspects within ourselves which are trying to be heard, voices which are in actuality endeavoring to point ways to a better life. It is a fact that our external world is a reflection, or a product one might way, of an inner pattern, a pattern, which if followed will create an outer environment of harmony.
(404) 586-4980
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
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