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Therapists in Atlanta

Margaret Buice, Counselor  in Atlanta
“To be confused about life sometimes makes perfect sense. In my work with clients, I find that clarity, focus and happiness comes about not by necessarily "understanding" life as much as merely accepting it. Once acceptance is established as a response to interior and exterior conditions, then the old patterns of reaction can be released. This clean slate can then open up new possibilities for living with a deeper experience of life.
(404) 549-6425 x2
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Life Coach,   in Atlanta
“As a Life Coach, I can help those who feel stuck to find new goals and directions for their lives. We can work together to explore options and find solutions to problems that might seem insurmountable right now. I have helped clients dealing with relationship issues, divorce recovery, work-related problems, goal setting, and parental discipline.
(678) 890-5424
Atlanta, Georgia 30338
Charlie Bright, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I've been working with adolescents and their parents for nearly 40 years. I have enjoyed helping families navigate the adolescent experience dealing with issues of parenting practices, adolescent self esteem and social development and issues of sexuality and sexual identity.
(404) 341-7229
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Veronica B Pomeranz, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I work with clients in my private practice, who I believe have the capacity to resolve their own problems, however, there are times in our lives when we need assistance. I believe that as people become more accepting of themselves, they are more capable of finding happiness and contentment in their lives. I provide a safe environment for clients to explore their life path and integrate wellness with the necessary aspects of change.
(770) 380-0044
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
LaRae Williams, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Change can be difficult, but with support and guidance you can overcome the challenges you are experiencing in your life. As a clinical psychologist I create a warm and comfortable environment in order to develop a positive, collaborative therapeutic relationship with you. I will help you develop your goals for therapy and assist you with achieving them to assist you in improving your quality of life.
(678) 710-3622
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Patty Binns Farinola,   in Atlanta
“My clients say working with me gives them purpose, clarity, self-confidence, and courage. Having spent many years in the corporate world before becoming a counselor, I bring a very practical spiritual approach to helping people move forward in their lives. In addition, I have been on the personal transformation journey for many years, so I know what you're going through. The primary issues I treat are related to transitions and self-discovery: life in recovery from addiction; finding, keeping and maintaining soul-satisfying love relationships; embarking on a powerful spiritual journey. My Awareness Approach is unique and effective.
(678) 929-4764
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
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
“Barbara takes satisfaction in working with adults on a number of issues such as anxiety, depression, grief/loss, trauma, divorce recovery, identity, and disordered eating. Everyone experiences difficulties and stress in life. Whether it is personal problems, relational issues, family or work situations, or chronic illness - professional, competent counseling can help. Barbara is excited to help clients experience effective change in their situations and relationships and to facilitate personal healing and growth. Through the therapuetic process, individuals become equipped to draw from their personal, spiritual, and social resources, as they encounter life's challenges.
(678) 671-3522
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Randi Jones, Ph.D., Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I am an experienced people person, having worked in the field of psychology for thirty five years. The potential of the individual to grow and change is valued. My approach is flexible and may include psychodynamic, interpersonal, reality therapy or gestalt techniques. Neuropsychological test results are incorporated into ongoing or time-limited psychotherapy. Consultation with other professionals to develop a holistic treatment plan is considered a priority.
(770) 913-6127
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
Andrew H Gee, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, MDiv, LMFT
“I am a Pastoral Counselor/Psychotherapist, a Marriage & Family Therapist, and an ordained minister offering individual, couples, and family counseling/therapy. I have graduate training and professional experience in both counseling and ministry. I enjoy being with people as they are and where they are in their life and walking with them as they seek to heal and grow. Deeper healing and growth take time. I prefer to work with people weekly or bi-weekly, on a longer-term basis--as deeply and for as long as they may benefit.
(404) 566-9594
Atlanta, Georgia 30326
Kathryn C Larisey, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I offer guidance through the wilderness of depression and anxiety, support in life's crucial decisions, deep inner listening, companionship in the life of the Spirit, help in the formation of relationships between other people and God, a sacred space for connecting with your true self, the therapeutic gift of love, a journey into wholeness.
(770) 450-5706
Atlanta, Georgia 30308
Jonathan Gersh, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I completed my doctorate degree the San Francisco Bay area, which has afforded me the opportunity to work with a diverse clientele consisting of varying family compositions and individuals from all walks of life and backgrounds. I have a strong background in working with children, adolescents, adults, and families with a focus on behavioral issues, adoption/foster placement, and learning difficulties. I also enjoy working with mood disorders and life transitional issues. I also provide a wide array of psychological and intellectual assessments to help determine client needs, treatment planning, and diagnostic clarification.
(404) 996-1768
Atlanta, Georgia 30312
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
Darrell Martin Brooks, Counselor  in Atlanta
“For over 10 years I have provided programs and services to individuals, families and student athletes. I view therapy as a partnership and continue to seek new therapeutic techniques that will assist my clients to reach their full potential. I love what I do and the opportunity to work with you is very much appreciated
(404) 238-7649
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Mark Dannenfelser, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I specialize in the treatment of trauma, PTSD, loss, stress, anxiety and depression. I utilize a cognitive-behavioral approach, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), combining empirically validated clinical practices and mind/body methods. I am founding director of the Mindfulness Center of Atlanta, where I teach Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Training in corporations, schools, private and community organizations and health facilities. I teach in the Graduate Division of Theology at Spring Hill College, Atlanta. I offer individual and group spiritual direction, retreats and workshops on spirituality.
(404) 369-8679
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Liza Wright, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LPC
“Do you have trouble navigating the future or stuck in the wounds from the past? Is it hard to find the right words or not get in a fight? Is the idea of finding a purpose and meaning overwhelming? These are just a handful of questions people bring to therapy. I believe the work of therapy involves the whole person: physically, relationally, emotionally, mentally, sexually, and spiritually. Together we can collaborate and find a treatment plan that does more than just fix the symptoms- let's get to the root and create a sustaining change.
(678) 563-6057
Atlanta, Georgia 30313
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
Kristen Aycock, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Do you frequently feel stressed? Is stress leading to arguments with your partner? Are you feeling overwhelmed? Sometimes, no matter how hard we try, stress has a way of hijacking our resources.
(678) 681-9905
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Jennifer S. Smith, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Is your child struggling in school? Is your child's teacher concerned about his or her behavior or ability to pay attention? Have you noticed a major change in your child's sleeping or eating habits, or emotional state? Has your family recently experienced a major event or trauma, such as divorce, separation, a move, abuse, or a death in the family? Has your child engaged in self-harm or other dangerous behavior? Together as a team, we can tackle these issues and improve your child's functioning.
(770) 599-5308 x29
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Mark J Corsale, Psychiatrist  in Atlanta
“I am a Board Certified Psychiatrist specializing in Child, Adolescent and Adult Psychiatry. In addition, I am credentialed as a Psychoanalyst. My conveniently located in town office allows my patients easy access from around the metro Atlanta area. I believe that a safe and supportive space to express one's inner experience in words is essential. I work from a place where both the science of psychiatry and the tools of psychotherapy are equally valued. I view the treatment experience as a place to heal, grown, change and move towards becoming the most genuine version on oneself.
(678) 582-8201 x1005
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
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