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Depression Therapists in Atlanta

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.
Depression
(404) 382-8215 x1004
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Yurandol Powers, Counselor  in Atlanta
“It's hard to know where to turn when seeking help. You want someone who understands your concerns and your values. Someone who has helped others like you in similar situations. You need someone you can trust. Someone who knows how to help you, when you need help the most. I believe that an effective counselor exhibits respect, authenticity, genuineness, empathy, acceptance, and unconditional positive regard. I work very hard to cultivate and nurture a warm, authentic, accepting, non-judging and empathic stance with my clients.My priority is to help clients develop meaningful relationships, gain personal insight, greater self-understanding and self-acceptance.
Depression
(678) 916-8609
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Tina Abdalla Watson, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Hello and thank you for visiting my page. I am a licensed psychologist who has experience working with a range of clinical issues and diverse people from various walks of life. I believe the most important component of therapy is establishing a genuine relational connection. I strive to create a safe, respectful, and supportive environment for individuals in order to actively explore deep personal issues and experiment with new ways of thinking, behaving, and relating.
Depression
(404) 975-2915
Atlanta, Georgia 30338
Susan Adams, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
“I am Susan Adams, licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Licensed Professional Counselor, in private practice in Atlanta for over thirty years. My best credential is that I have been married for over thirty-six years and have raised one daughter, numerous cousins, and currently am owned by two wonderful Boston Terriers. I am a Clinical Member and an Approved Supervisor for The American Association for marriage and Family Therapy. This latter means that I train and credential other therapists who are looking for state licensure or clinical membership in our professional organization.
Depression
(770) 450-5691
Atlanta, Georgia 30327
Scott J Leenan, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Scott believes that becoming human is a project, and our task is not so much to discover who we are, as to create ourselves. During therapy he works with clients to examine one's personal values, beliefs, goals, interests, attitude and perceptions of reality. Scott also assists his clients with stress management, personal growth, balance, career development, motivation and time management. Furthermore, he specializes in mood stabilization for individuals struggling with depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder. Scott enjoys working with a diverse clientele, but he has spent much of his career working with medical and business professionals, college students and the LGBT community.
Depression
(678) 960-9889
Atlanta, Georgia 30306
Ann Mckee Parker, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I have 24 years of clinical experience working with adults who are experiencing relationship problems, have difficulty controlling anger, suffer from depression including pre and post partum depression, and those who experience anxiety including OCD and PTSD. I also work with couples who want to enrich their relationship or who are deciding the next step. Having been a corporate psychologist for 11 years I am also well qualified to coach managers and executives as well as their families.
Depression
(404) 994-3425 x204
Atlanta, Georgia 30342
David Hatch, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LPC, LMFT
“I help clients on a variety of issues, specializing in relationship issues; individual issues of stress, depression, and career; and adolescent issues. I also work with families, looking at the entire family system, and what is going on within it. I create a safe, trusting relationship with the client, working at a pace which is comfortable to the specific needs and desires, while at the same time, moving the client toward their desired goals. I firmly believe in the process of therapy, and thoroughly enjoy my profession.
Depression
(404) 566-6093
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Julia Barton, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Do you feel stuck? Are you in a crisis in your marriage or current relationship? Have you just experienced a divorce and feel overwhelmed? This is when people typically come to see me, either when they are in crisis or they are severely depressed. During this time, you may be exhibiting depressed mood, irritability, anxiety, panic, anger, a sense of hopelessness or helplessness. My first goal is to stabilize your situation, and let you "tell your story." I believe that allowing you a safe place to open your life within a trusting relationship is the beginning of healing.
Depression
Atlanta, Georgia 30346
Michelle D Morancie, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Navigating the many ups and downs of life can be challenging. There are times that we can make it through those challenges on our own. And then, there are times when we need extra emotional support to strengthen our coping skills. Psychotherapy is a valuable and effective way to help us cope. Through talk and modifying the negative thoughts, you will notice improvement in your mood and the quality of your life.
Depression
(917) 809-6726
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Amen Clinics Atlanta, Treatment Facility  in Atlanta
“At Amen Clinics, we provide cutting-edge, comprehensive, individualized, brain-based evaluation and treatment of mental health conditions. We help people with a wide range of issues, including ADHD, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, autism, Asperger's syndrome, OCD, PTSD, brain trauma, addictions, memory problems, learning disorders, and behavior problems. With a better brain, everything in your life is better, including your physical health, work, relationships, finances, learning, energy, mood, and memory. We know that each person is unique, with different needs. Our exceptional staff of innovative, well-trained, experienced, and-most importantly-caring psychiatrists is here to help. We have many ways we work with patients, including phone consultations, in-office visits, and comprehensive evaluations that include brain imaging.
Depression
(678) 929-5084
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Keith Lisenbee, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a licensed clinical social worker with over fifteen years of clinical experience working with children, adolescents, and adults who are dealing with a variety of behavioral health, alcohol, and drug abuse issues. I specialize in working with people who are having concerns with their mood, relationships, work, and school related issues. I use prove strategies and techniques to help you reach YOUR goals.
Depression
(404) 445-2637
Atlanta, Georgia 30341
Brian Keith Teliho, Psychiatrist  in Atlanta
“I am a Board Certified psychiatrist who specializes in the treatment of depression, anxiety, mania, ADHD and various forms of psychosis, such as schizophrenia. I have a traditional practice, tailoring psychotherapy to each client's needs. Also, as a psychiatrist, I am able to recommend, prescribe, and monitor medications when needed to aid in treatment. For those clients who have failed medication trials, or are reluctant to take medications, I also offer TMS (transcranial magnetic stimulation) therapy, serving as the medical director for the Atlanta Center for TMS. This is a non-invasive, FDA approved treatment for refractory depression.
Depression
(404) 949-0344
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Vanessa Jackson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My practice is based on narrative therapy principles and honors the wisdom and creativity of the individual seeking consultation in development of a recovery plan. I believe that recovery from emotional challenges is possible for everyone. I serve as a resource person,a holder of safe space and and a witness for my clients. I am committed to an equal and respectful relationship and support the individual in naming her experience rather than utilizing diagnositic labels.rnrnI am woman-centered and my practice serves as a place of empowerment for women and girls.
Depression
(404) 369-2436
Atlanta, Georgia 30310
Jamie Johnson, Counselor  in Atlanta
“We all know that life is busy, stressful, and difficult to keep in balance, but when things become overwhelming or out of sync, the decision to seek counseling or coaching is a gutsy first step to getting back on track. I believe we owe it to ourselves and our loved ones to pay attention to our mind-body health, and I take a non-judgmental and collaborative approach to help identify what may be holding you back from a rewarding and fulfilling life. Together, we can explore techniques to improve coping and communication and help you move forward with clarity and purpose.
Depression
(404) 800-7298
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
William Brown, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Momentum. Clarity. Possibilities. I counsel individuals and couples facing a variety of challenges. I partner with clients to discover, explore, and employ strategies to deal with the "stuff" of life. Some issues addressed include depression, anxiety, trauma recovery, body image issues, and coming out. At Equality Counseling Center, we provide expertise and savvy in LGBT issues. I work under the direction of Will Mahan, LPC and the supervision of Dr. Rebecca Beaton, PhD, LPC. Respect, honesty, trust, and equality form the basis of my therapeutic relationships. For more information, please visit my website at williambrowncounseling.com
Depression
(678) 929-6437
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Linda D Tillman, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I enjoy joining with people in their journeys to a more satisfying life for themselves. I often work with people in the transitions of life - surviving relationship struggles, trying to deal with infertility, figuring out the rough waters of young adulthood, learning to stand up for themselves in their work and family lives. When people come in with a crisis in their lives, they often continue therapy with me to learn to make their lives more fulfilling.
Depression
(404) 953-5967 x17
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Tony Rooney, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“My style is casual and egalitarian. We are equals working together to improve the quality of your experience of being alive. In my lucid moments, I am powerfully aware that the causes of our suffering are not our circumstances, but rather how we perceive them and relate to them. Fortunately, these are things we CAN change. Thus my aim as a therapist is to help you change your moment-to-moment APPROACH to being alive, rather than trying to "fix" your circumstances. I find that if we truly change our WAY of being, our circumstances naturally change along with us.
Depression
(404) 369-2502
Atlanta, Georgia 30306
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.
Depression
(404) 369-4980 x4
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Marcia R. Jacobs, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I take an empathic, problem-solving approach to help people understand and change behavior and thought patterns that interfere with their achieving a sense of well-being and emotional health. I work with all age groups and a wide range of issues and concerns, including the following: Young adults (18-20s): leaving home; education/job decisions; relationship issues. Adults: divorce, remarriage, single parenting; loss/change of job; illness/death in family; parenting & relationship issues. Adolescents and children: parental divorce, remarriage; moving/changing schools; peer problems; impulse-control and school-related difficulties, including learning/attentional problems.
Depression
(678) 680-8163
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Gordon Shippey, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I specialize in helping men overcome problems with Internet and mobile technology. Some of my clients are addicted to online gaming or pornography. Others are struggling to form real relationships away from the computer. Still others are stalled in their academic or professional life because of their online behaviors.
Depression
(404) 369-3686
Atlanta, Georgia 30341
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