Psychologist Therapists in Covington, GA
"The exquisitely personal work we do in psychotherapy is one of the most challenging, and most richly rewarding efforts we can undertake. Seeking a deeper understanding of ourselves, healing pain from past relationships and pursuing a more energetic life are essential journeys to take. It is a privilege for me to accompany clients on this journey, holding the lantern that lights the way ahead and sharing in their struggle to find an invigorated life. This relationship is the foundation of healing and healthy change; a relationship with a therapist who is genuine, respectful, resourceful, compassionate, humorous and nonjudgmental."
"Sometimes it's hard to reach out for help when life comes at you with unexpected challenges. Perhaps your relationship has soured. Maybe your child has you ready to pull your hair out. Or, perhaps, dealing with aging parents has started to take its toll on your emotions. There are times in life when you need to talk to someone, someone who can help you see things from a new perspective, who can help you resolve your issues and help you get back into the game of life."
"The focus of the practice is individual therapy and psychological testing with children, adolescents, young adults and parents. I use a psychodynamic approach to individual treatment, but I also utilize cognitive behavioral interventions. Comprehensive psychological and educational assessments are also available."
"I work to help clients achieve psychological wellness as a state of being that allows them to thrive in their professional academic, family, peer and romantic relationships. I promote clients' ability to identify their goals, achieve them, and ultimately create the life they want. The work builds upon strengths, while empowering clients to recognize, understand, and adaptively manage life's challenges."
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"I see clients who seek counseling for a broad range of reasons, including: ~Relationship and family issues: pre-marital counseling, marital conflicts, intimacy and attachment issues, sexual issues, addiction and codependency concerns, infidelity, divorce recovery, blended families, communication skills, adolescent development, academic problems, family relationships, parenting skills and training ~Growth Counseling: grief and loss, career transitions, interviewing skills, employment issues, professional development, life transitions ~Health and Wellness: anxiety, depression, mood disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder, stress issues, weight issues, eating disorders, trauma and abuse recovery, alcohol and substance abuse recovery, adult children of alcoholic (ACoA) issues"
"Conflicts, roadblocks, and emotions that threaten to drown you or lead to behaviors that de-rail your pursuit of happiness have an up-side. They create pain. Nothing focuses the mind like pain. Pain motivates change. But knowing something needs to change doesn't necessarily mean knowing what to change or how to change it. Whether past or present trauma, troubled relationships, loss, blended family, parenting, or career problems, depression, fear, anxiety, stress, or addiction issues, that's where I come in."
"Are you feeling like you have nowhere else to turn in the things that matter most to you? Are you in need of hope and have decided it is time to seek help? I have over 27 years experience counseling individuals, couples, and families who are in crisis and in need of relational, vocational, or spiritual direction and hope. My website (tricordhope.com) is a resource to provide encouragement and hope to people who feel like they have nowhere else to turn. I offer professional counseling, pastoral counseling and an effective pre-marital program for couples considering marriage."
"My focus is to empower individuals and families and help them succeed by assisting them to make changes that make goals and dreams possible. My education in counseling and theology is the basis for my belief in hope for changing and overcoming the obstacles of life. I assist adolescents, adults, and families to resolve crisis, loss, problems in adjustment, and life transitions using evidence-based practices, I also specialize in the treatment of disturbing life events, stressors, or changes that disrupt your life, affect your relationships, school, work, and cause traumatic distress."
"Ray of Hope Counseling Services, Inc.is a Group of Psychotherapists who are dedicated to helping, healing, and strengthen individuals, families, and couples with their life changes and challenges.Each therapist is licensed and educated to provide an excellent level of care. The therapists at Ray of Hope Counseling Services also have additional training and hold certifications in their specialty area. Ray of Hope Counseling Services strives to help their clients meet their life changes and challenges in a comfortable and supportive environment. They take great pride in honoring the privacy and confidently of each of their clients."
"Engaging in psychotherapy takes a great deal of courage on an individual's behalf. Congratulate yourself, you have taken the first step! Each person enters a therapeutic relationship with their own unique set of challenges and stories. As a therapist, I am available to assist my clients and their families cope with difficulties and challenges, whether they are day to day, long-standing or situational in nature."
"I believe a person's decision to enter therapy demonstrates courage and willingness to make positive changes. Together with the client, we form a therapeutic alliance that facilitates personal growth and self-improvement. I enjoy working with clients and seeing them overcome obstacles that prevent them from achieving their goals."
"Are you looking for positive growth and change in your life? Do you need help finding solutions that work to improve your relationships, whether personal, family, or business? If you answered yes then CJA Counseling Services is the right choice for you! CJACS offers therapeutic mental health and pastoral counseling services to individuals, couples, and families to the Conyers and surrounding areas!"
"One of the most important factors in predicting success in therapy is the relationship between the counselor and the person being counseled. I enjoy working with all types of people, and my clients feel very comfortable with me. I work with individuals, couples and families to assist in finding solutions to the challenges they face today. I am in the business of empowering people to reach their own goals. Using my experience and skill and your effort we will work together to improve your life."
"I am a Christian Counselor who work with clients who want to make a change but don't know how to make that change. I am an expert in the change process who help individuals find a more satisfying, purpose driven life. I specialize in helping my clients move from a place of feeling stuck to choosing to take the chace to make a change in their life, in their relationship, and their career. I help married couples prevent divorce and develop a vision for their marriage ."
"The therapy practiced at Anchor Point is founded on caring, compassion, and understanding. Traditional psychotherapy may be combined with neurotherapy which utilizes modern technology. High-tech computer programs are used in the relief of symptoms of ADD/ADHD, anxiety, brain injury, chronic fatigue, depression, fibromyalgia, headaches, panic attacks and memory impairment. Insurance or sliding scale. Please see our web site for more details."
"Suicidal Ideation, or suicidal thoughts, is a term applied to individuals who are having active thoughts about killing themselves. These suicidal ideations can range from fleeting thoughts to laid out, detailed plans. There are a number of different reasons why an individual may believe that suicide is the only way out and have become consumed with suicidal thoughts. For some individuals, the death of a loved one or close friend may be too much for them to handle. The depression associated with their loss may be so overwhelming that they believe suicide is the only way to end their emotional pain. Other men and women may be struggling with an undiagnosed or undertreated mental disorder, such as borderline personality disorder that has rendered them unable to function on a daily basis leaving them feeling worthless. Or some may be trying to live with a past traumatic experience becomes too much to handle, due to their inability to move past the emotional pain."