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African-American Therapists in Atlanta

Kanika Bell, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I specialize in an eclectic mix of cognitive behavioral therapy & insight-oriented therapy geared toward helping clients discover answers & take control of their lives. I specialize in women's issues but also treat youth with attachment, abuse, identity & oppositional behavior problems; adults with occupational & relationship stress & chronic medical problems; & older adults confronting life's changes. I enjoy helping couples function most optimally and provide evaluations related to ADHD, bariatric surgery & organ transplant hopefuls, parental fitness, psychosexual issues, vocational & career exploration, & general intellectual, academic & personality testing.
African-American
(678) 894-9758
Atlanta, Georgia 30331
Watson Behavioral Health Inc., LPC.005753  in Atlanta
“Your new journey starts at Watson Behavioral Health where you will get a combination of therapeutic interventions that are tactical and beneficial to many of life's stresses. We are suited and skilled in various areas of child and adolescent behavioral issues, mental health, family conflict, marriage issues, etc. We look forward to hearing from you.
African-American
(770) 574-4843
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
ThrivingHeart Healing Arts Assoc., Counselor  in Atlanta
“As the Founder of ThrivingHeart, I am committed to providing depth-oriented psychotherapy for you and or your loved one. As a person-centered therapist, with a specialization in trauma resolution and healing, I provide therapy that is geared toward the needs of each client. While we can't change difficult situations or deep hurts of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve the impact of those events in our current lives and relationships. By applying complementary therapy approaches, we will unearth patterns that may be holding you back from experiencing a more meaningful life.
African-American
(404) 566-5983
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
Emma Wallace  in Atlanta
“Currently licensed as a Associate Professional Counselor, my goal is to provide a human centered approach to therapy.
African-American
(678) 820-6605
Atlanta, Georgia 30354
Harrison Davis, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I very much look forward to meeting with you and talking with you. -- It can be stressful to search for the therapist...there are a lot of issues to consider. Will it be a good fit? Will this person be able to help me? Here is my promise to you...if you contact me (or my team at Thriveworks) we are going to work to make sure that you're connected with a counselor, couples counselor, or life coach that is a good fit for you. I wish you well, and look forward to talking with you soon.
African-American
(404) 586-4499
Atlanta, Georgia 30350
Daron Dominguez Elam, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I love to work with a client who is ready and willing to identify their true self and seeking a life worth living. If you have come to a place in your life when the pain of same is worse than the pain of change, it's time to start your journey...maybe for the first time.
African-American
(404) 348-0715
Atlanta, Georgia 30331
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.
African-American
(917) 809-6726
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Kelly M Lewis, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Congratulations! You just made an important step in the change process and are on your way to positive growth and wellness. This is an essential ingredient in your future success! You are not alone. Healing and success are possible and I want to help you get there. Through empirically supported psychotherapy, coaching, evaluation and personal development, I will work with you to overcome adversity and secure fresh perspectives and new directions for the next phase of life. You are wonderfully made in body, mind, and spirit. Wholeness and success are within reach. Let me support you in your journey!
African-American
(404) 341-4852
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
The Healing Center for Change, LLC., Treatment Facility  in Atlanta
“Call our office to make an appointment today at (678) 800-1329. It is our goal to put our consumers first and the challenges they face are our first priority. We believe that no matter what anyone has experienced, their healing can come through mental, behavioral, and interpersonal change. This is why the Healing Center for Change strives to provide therapeutic counseling and quality educational program services that bring healing through change one step at a time. It is our objective to make sure you feel your best and stay that way. We provide counseling services to all consumers starting at the age of 8 years old and older regardless of race, gender, or religion. Our programs and services at a glance: individual, couple, family, & group counseling services, trauma stabilization & therapy, career counseling & coaching, professional training's, and community outreach.
African-American
(678) 800-1329
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
“Along with his doctorate in clinical psychology, Chuck has also completed master's degrees in clinical psychology, counseling, and his masters of divinity from seminary. Chuck works with a wide range of client problems and enjoys providing individual therapy for those dealing with ongoing relationship problems in their lives. He also works extensively with couples and families, as well as providing psychological assessment and testing for children, adolescents and adults. Chuck has worked professionally as a therapist for over 20 years in the Atlanta area. Prior to his work as a therapist, he served in pastoral ministry for 10 years.
African-American
(678) 820-3249
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
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
African-American
(404) 238-7649
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Total Body Wellness, Inc., Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Are you sick and tired of being sick and tired? Relationships have you going in circles? Throughout my career, I have have witnessed many people like yourself make great changes to improve the quality of their lives. Do you have a history of family conflict, trauma, mental illness or alcoholism? Growing up in a dysfunctional family can impair all other relationships whether at work, with friends or with family. We really are a sum total of our experiences! In therapy, we can examine the way you have learned to relate to the world through your experiences in the world.
African-American
(404) 550-2604
Atlanta, Georgia 30318
Bryan A. Jones, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Are you experiencing difficulties as a result of life challenges and disappointments? Are you struggling balancing your spirituality with sexual identity? Are you experiencing the loss of a loved one? Are you in need of spiritual and emotional support in a open and nonjudgmental environment? I am here to help you to recover your "Soul" (the essence of your best and productive self). I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Board Certified Chaplain and a Pastoral Counselor here to help you explore your feelings, work with your emotions, rediscover your passions and find inner peace/healing for your "Soul."
African-American
(678) 293-9258
Atlanta, Georgia 30340
Peak Development Group, Inc., Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Congratulations! Today you are one step closer to being empowered and on a positive path to growth and wellness. Through research based counseling, psychological evaluations, and training services, Peak Development Group offers personalized approaches for children, adults, and families. Our staff is comprised of a multi-disciplinary team of highly trained professionals dedicated to providing comprehensive services designed to help our clients reach their goals.
African-American
(678) 466-7397
Atlanta, Georgia 30341
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.
African-American
(678) 929-6227
Atlanta, Georgia 30331
Priscilla Conrad, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I can help individuals and couples who are searching for solutions to the hurt of broken or fragmented relationships. The emotional pain of anxiety, depression, or grief, can be replaced with a sense of hope and joy in living. Change takes time. My clients tell me my skills and training, together with a warm, nurturing, and supportive approach, significantly contributes to the process of rebuilding a sense of meaning and satisfaction with life. I would consider it a privilege to be able to work with you. When you're ready to begin, give me a call or email.
African-American
(404) 994-6670
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Simone Alexander, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Are you feeling lost? Overwhelmed? Frustrated? Are you experiencing life transitions that seem to be out of control? Despite your educational/financial successes, are your relationships seemingly fractured or falling apart? Has your motivation waned? Are you tired of maintaining a fašade? Did you answer 'Yes' to any of the previous questions? Asking for help is difficult but it is a courageous and important first step toward realizing the healing, growth and wholeness for which you're longing. You deserve encouragement while working toward accomplishing your personal goals, support in navigating through disappointments, deeper personal relationships, and achieving meaning and purpose in your life.
African-American
(770) 766-4521
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
James Parker Griffin Jr,   in Atlanta
“I have a long history of working successfully with people with different income levels and cultural backgrounds. I help them change their lives for the better. I have decades of experience working either directly or indirectly with people from the cradle to the grave. My approach is to meet all people where they are without judgment or assuming how clients are without getting to know them one-to-one. One of the most important aspects of the my counseling is building a comfortable relationship with clients. I want them to feel completely safe about sharing their concerns in confidence.
African-American
(404) 341-7642
Atlanta, Georgia 30340
Andrea' Demetrius Burden, Counselor  in Atlanta
“The way gets hard sometimes. If you need someone to talk to, need someone to listen to you give me a call. I am not promising a cure for your problems, but I aim to hold up a mirror for you to view your problems from another perspective and to gain insight on how to move forward. My goal is to instill hope and to provide encouragement to you. I am an advocate for progressive change in your life willing to be helpful and attentive, as you work towards your goals and objectives. "Where two or three are gathered together..."
African-American
(404) 334-2641
Atlanta, Georgia 30331
Dawn M Robinson-McDonald, Counselor  in Atlanta
“As a licensed professional counselor, I provide services that empower adults, children, and adolescents to reach their fullest potential. I believe that a holistic approach is essential in working through life's challenges and focus on the whole person. Together we will work collaboratively to address personal, environmental, and systemic factors that impact day to day life.
African-American
(404) 236-6931
Atlanta, Georgia 30331

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African-American Therapists
If you're looking for African American therapy in Atlanta or for an Atlanta African American therapist these professionals provide therapy, psychotherapy and counseling that's sensitive to African American cultural issues. They include African American therapists, African American psychologists, African American marriage counselors and African American counselors. Sometimes we refer to them as black therapists in Atlanta or Atlanta black psychologists, black marriage counselors or black counselors in Atlanta. They provide African American counseling in Atlanta or black counseling in Atlanta and are sensitive to black couples and black marriages in Atlanta.

Note: This term is sometimes spelled as 'African-American'.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Atlanta have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Atlanta you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Atlanta and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Atlanta or family therapy in Atlanta.