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Mindfulness-based (MBCT) Therapists in Atlanta

Victoria Griffin, Counselor  in Atlanta
“The journey to healing and recovery is not always an easy path but it is one that can lead to self-discovery, change, and growth. Having someone who is compassionate, nonjudgmental, and experienced in the healing process can foster empowerment and encouragement to overcome life's challenges and experiences. I can help you begin that journey of healing. So take your first step and make an appointment today.
Mindfulness-based (MBCT)
(678) 929-6227
Atlanta, Georgia 30331
Glenn Hutchinson, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I have two specialties, sex addiction and couples therapy. (I see couples whether or not sex addiction is an issue). I also have extensive experience treating substance addictions, anxiety, depression, and trauma. I offer a safe environment where you can address difficult issues. I am casual and down-to-earth. My approach is pragmatic and client-centered. (Click the button in the left margin to visit my sex addiction website where you can watch video clips from workshops that I have done, or visit my couples site, www.Atlanta-couples-therapy.net, to read about my approach to couples therapy.)
Mindfulness-based (MBCT)
(404) 369-4838
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
Amy Chlebek Lloyd, Counselor  in Atlanta
“If you could create positive change in your life through clinical counseling, would you be willing to take on this endeavor? Maybe you have been struggling with addiction, a painful relationship, anxiety or wish for greater overall health and well-being. If you are just beginning the journey or are returning to therapy, know there is support to navigate these roads.
Mindfulness-based (MBCT)
(404) 800-6489
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Johanna Limmer, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I believe in change. My therapy is not just talking; it is working with you to achieve your goals and see results. As each client is different, my therapy is fostered to fit your needs. Also, my therapy utilizes a strength based approach, one that focuses on the positives within a person's life. I will work with you to find past and present successes. Instead of projecting what can go wrong, I will work with you to focus on what can go right. Doing this allows you to find a productive path towards a healthy and fulfilled life!
Mindfulness-based (MBCT)
(480) 409-2414
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Orise Carey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I love being an ambassador for mental health. I have worked in crisis counseling and I like getting the complete picture of a client. After that, I look for solutions. What can I do for you today? How can I alleviate this stress you are experiencing right now? I have an extensive background in community mental health with a certification in premarital counseling. I truly have a special interest in relationships and the everyday stressors that affect them. Solution Focused therapy makes sense to me; I have a passion for solving problems.
Mindfulness-based (MBCT)
(678) 671-2997
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Steven Band, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Living life is a guarantee of change, which is often difficult to navigate through on your own. My therapeutic style is interactive and direct. I counsel individuals and couples facing a variety of challenges. Some issues addressed include addiction, depression, anxiety, trauma recovery, grief, relationship issues, anger management, and sexual identity. Peace of Mind Counseling and Wellness is a safe place for honesty and openness. Therapy is a collaborative effort, and my approach is to not only help you understand your problems, but also to teach you effective solutions which assist you in developing a more fulfilling and enriching life.
Mindfulness-based (MBCT)
(404) 994-2970
Atlanta, Georgia 30341
ProActive Management Consulting, Treatment Facility  in Atlanta
“"I have absolutely no pleasure in the stimulants in which I sometimes so madly indulge. It has not been in the pursuit of pleasure that I have periled life and reputation and reason. It has been the desperate attempt to escape from torturing memories, from a sense of insupportable loneliness and a dread of some strange impending doom." Edgar Allan Poe
Mindfulness-based (MBCT)
(678) 439-8975
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Mick David Rehrig, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I believe in therapy that affirms, empowers, and supports people to recognize patterns, navigate changes, bolster personal growth and self-worth, and figure things out. Therapist and client collaboration are of utmost importance to me, guided by clinical theory and evidence-based therapeutic techniques that work for you. I am trained in family systems therapy, CBT, and solution-focused therapy. I work with clients struggling with internalized homophobia, internalized racism, asylum/immigration struggles, bullying, addiction recovery, sexuality struggles, recent diagnosis of HIV/AIDS, depression, mood disorders, active substance use/abuse, psychosis, suicidal ideation, self-injurious behaviors, PTSD, and/or homelessness.
Mindfulness-based (MBCT)
(678) 335-1270 x106
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
Twilynn M. Jourdain, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Twilynn has over 20 years experience working in the Human Services Industry. She provides individual, couple, and family therapy in a private practice setting. She specializes in working with those who suffer from depression, have experienced trauma and abuse, experience anxiety and stress, have communication challenges within their family system, and/or have difficulty in making life transitions. She has extensive experience working with adolescents addressing, self-esteem issues, teaching decision-making and problem solving skills, and working through school related issues. Twilynn also has extensive experience working with the LGBT community.
Mindfulness-based (MBCT)
(404) 334-7935
Atlanta, Georgia 30350
Cece Balboni, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I work with adults as individuals or in relationships. The realities of life in this millennium lead to stressors that effectively separate us from one another and even from our deeper selves. While therapy can address areas considered to be problem solving the deeper work is interior and focuses on self-knowledge and assertiveness as well as clarifying perspectives on life that make healthy and genuine connection more possible.
Mindfulness-based (MBCT)
(404) 620-2861
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Mary Coleman Allen, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Quality of life issues, including anxiety and burnout, infertility, and depression are highly impactful on our day to day existence. I look forward to helping you while working together toward your counseling and wellness goals. My expertise is in infertility, anxiety, depression, burnout, workplace stress, divorce, parenting, and other general counseling issues. I also provide third party psychological evaluations with gestational carriers and gamete donors. I see my clients in a positive light and will work with you through any issues that may be burdening your day-to-day living, with a focus on your wellness and best mental health.
Mindfulness-based (MBCT)
(404) 236-6139
Atlanta, Georgia 30342
Sara Peterson, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I believe the level of success in treatment begins with the development of the client-therapist relationship. From this base, I can support you in facilitating the changes you want to achieve. I view psychotherapy as a collaborative process, which involves active participation. I work with a broad range of mental health disorders such as anxiety, depression, anger, grief, and trauma. My emphasis is treating adolescents and adults who struggle with domestic abuse, childhood and sexual traumas, co-dependency, divorce, and relationship issues. I work with university students who are experiencing life transition, relationship, academic, and goal achievement issues.
Mindfulness-based (MBCT)
(414) 303-5133
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Clementine Malta-Bey, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I am passionately committed to honoring your unique needs AND strengths, and conceptualizing your pain in as holistic a context as possible, from the personal (physical, psychic, energetic) to the societal (e.g. systematic oppression), to the spiritual. My style is nurturing, empowering, compassionate, and deeply intuitive. I welcome clients with all kinds of concerns who feel they can benefit from my approach. Visit me at www.WisdomAwakening.org or call (404) 981-HEAL to learn more!
Mindfulness-based (MBCT)
(404) 981-4325
Atlanta, Georgia 30316
R. Matthew Kamins, Psychiatrist  in Atlanta
“I am a Psychiatrist who specializes in combining psychotherapy and medication. I prefer to serve as the primary psychotherapist for my patients. I regret that I am not accepting more new patients this spring, but I hope to offer consultations again this summer.
Mindfulness-based (MBCT)
(404) 620-5593
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Katherine Higgins, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I provide individual therapy for adults and adolescents. My areas of expertise include anxiety disorders, women's issues, depression, relationship issues, difficulties adjusting to major life transitions, cultural and/ or sexual identity development, and mother/ daughter relationships. I use an integrative approach, working from interpersonal and psychodynamic theories while utilizing a range of techniques including interpersonal, cognitive behavioral, family systems, and multicultural modalities. I tailor my approach to best fit with each client's personality, presenting issue, and time frame.
Mindfulness-based (MBCT)
(770) 913-6245 x21
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Bryn Chafin  in Atlanta
“In whatever stage of life you find yourself, I will meet you there. I will sit with your pain, share in your healing journey, help you search for wholeness, and provide you with empathy. Therapy provides an opportunity for growth. "The most fundamental aggression to ourselves, the most fundamental harm we can do to ourselves, is to remain ignorant by not having the courage and the respect to look at ourselves honestly and gently" - Pema Chödrön. Sometimes there is a preconceived idea of what to expect with therapy whether you have experienced it or not.
Mindfulness-based (MBCT)
(770) 599-5259
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Margaret J. Ash, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“With a spirit of compassion and nonjudgement, I help people move beyond the issues that limit their joy in life through a unique blend of psychotherapy and meditation. I love helping people find clarity about the thoughts and emotions they are carrying so they can feel empowered to choose greater freedom and expansion. Many people who are exploring mindfulness practices feel unsettled by the emotions and thoughts that pull them out of presence. As a psychotherapist who understands emotional life both from insights garnered through Eastern and Western wisdom, I assist my clients to move towards greater awareness and self acceptance.
Mindfulness-based (MBCT)
(404) 994-2390
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Jennifer Tardelli, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Combining a supportive and empowering approach to therapy, I encourage my clients to create lasting change, manage symptoms and work through issues to live optimally. Clients are able to find relief from plaguing symptoms by implementing new skills and developing an understanding of their issues by exploring their personal history.
Mindfulness-based (MBCT)
(404) 994-2413
Atlanta, Georgia 30306
Alexandra Tyler  in Atlanta
“My practice and experience are built around providing a safe, sex-positive space for people of diverse sexualities, genders, and relationship structures. I specialize in treating sexual addiction, sexual trauma, and providing a welcoming, informed and respectful atmosphere for clients in non-traditional relationships or communities such as LGBTQQI individuals, BDSM, kink and/or polyamorous relationships and the parents within these communities. As an approved therapist on the Recovering From Religion list, I use evidence-based therapeutic techniques with all my patients with full respect for their beliefs and/or non-belief in our sessions.
Mindfulness-based (MBCT)
(404) 236-6937
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Dr. Soledad Hammond, Psy.D., Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I’m easy to connect with. My clients feel comfortable opening up to me and sharing what they’re going through. Parents say their children developed better coping/social skills and learned how to feel better about themselves with my help. I am warm, empathic, comforting and use strategies that have been proven highly effective. I am experienced in helping people of any age with relationship difficulties. I work with many young professionals, adults, families and couples. I help people who struggle with negative thinking patterns. I focus on cutting-edge, evidence-based psychotherapy techniques that allow for accelerated healing.
Mindfulness-based (MBCT)
(404) 994-3618
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
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Mindfulness-based (MBCT) Therapists
For clients in Atlanta with chronic pain, hypertension, heart disease, cancer, and other health issues such as anxiety and depression, mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, or MBCT, is a two-part therapy that aims to reduce stress, manage pain, and embrace the freedom to respond to situations by choice. MCBT blends two disciplines--cognitive therapy and mindfulness. Mindfulness helps by reflecting on moments and thoughts without passing judgment. MBCT clients pay close attention to their feelings to reach an objective mindset, thus viewing and combating life's unpleasant occurrences.

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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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