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Therapists in Decatur

Rachel Waford, Psychologist  in Decatur
“As an integrative clinician I value and utilize a variety of psychological techniques. Because treatment is not "one size fits all," the process is collaborative and tailored to the unique needs of the individual. Life introduces a number of challenges and stressors that can be short-lived or chronic. Treatment involves exploring all of the dimensions of one's life and experiences to better understand the effects on the individual. Overall, my aim is to help clients reduce psychiatric distress through increased understanding and acceptance, refining methods of coping, and developing a more authentic engagement with the world around them.
(404) 969-5395
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Katherine Bruss, Psychologist  in Decatur
“Throughout the ages, humankind has always sought the truth. It is even truer today that people are constantly searching for answers. We are a YouTube nation that yearns for proof of truth in pictures. But, truth is often intangible, especially if we don't have clearly defined goals. Psychotherapy is about finding clarity that is true for you. It is only when you find your own truth that you can live your life fully. By discovering your own path, your view of reality can change forever.
(678) 752-4614
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Anne D Bartolucci,   in Decatur
“Insomnia is a disorder that touches every aspect of a person's life. There's nothing more miserable than struggling to sleep, which seems like it should be so natural and easy. Then, during the day, you wonder why, if you're so tired, is it so hard to sleep at night? It is possible to get sufficient high-quality sleep without the use of medication. Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment for Insomnia (CBT-I) has been recommended as the first line of treatment for chronic insomnia, and I have seen it work in clients from age 15 up to 90+.
(404) 566-6151
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Cathy Zedd, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Decatur
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Because children do not come with a handbook, parents are often wondering if they are parenting correctly. Sometimes your house and your relationships can feel strained due to the challenges of parenting. Parents can feel as if the child is in charge of the emotional barometer of the house. Most parents at some point experience feelings of being overwhelmed and not knowing how to be effective and supportive at the same time. Therapy is a way of taking those first steps toward making positive changes for yourself and your family. By making small changes, you will be able to enjoy a more fulfilling parenting experience.
(678) 563-6227
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Life is filled with challenges. My ideal client is one who realizes this fact and is open to work towards meeting those challenges with my help. I have counseled with a child as young as 2 years old with temper tantrums, and adolescents and adults with a variety of other concerns including: death of a loved one, drugs, marriage problems, interpersonal concerns, sexual abuse, and physical abuse I am open to arrange my schedule to meet your need, whenever possible.
(404) 341-4102
Decatur, Georgia 30034
Shana J Pittman, Counselor  in Decatur
“There are times in all our lives when we need support and a new perspective. I believe therapy can allow you the space you need to explore the issues that are keeping you from the life you want and deserve. It is an honor to sit with you and share in your journey to gain greater understanding, insight, and develop skills that will help you not only survive but to thrive in life's many circumstances.With the relationship as a foundation, I offer techniques according to the unique needs of each client.
(678) 321-7975
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Amber Cleveland Lewter, Counselor  in Decatur
“As a child of divorced parents I always wondered why some marriages work and other's fail: are some problems too big to resolve? Do the partners not love each other enough? Or is it that some people just aren't a good match? After years of studying marriage and relationships I realized there is no one, single reason that some couples are happily married and others are happier divorced. Solid relationships are built on trust, openness and acceptance. Only the two people involved can determine when or why to end a relationship.
(404) 445-1603
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Julie F Wilson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Decatur
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, ACSW, LCSW
“If you are wanting to make some positive, but perhaps difficult changes in your life, it would be helpful to talk with a skilled professional. I would recommend you visit my web site for more information about me and to get a beter sense about whether we would be a good "fit". I would also recommend that you call me and have a conversation about what you are looking for. After speaking with me, hearing my voice,and paying attention to your response to me, you'll know better whether I am someone you want to share a journey with.
(404) 586-4829 x1
Decatur, Georgia 30033
Cynthia K Valley, Psychologist  in Decatur
“I am a licensed psychologist with over 20 years of experience. I work with a wide range of people in terms of background, sexual orientation, and presenting issues. Specializing in adult psychotherapy, I see individuals and couples who want to feel heard and understood, develop insight into the nature of their emotional struggles, and create greater satisfaction and meaning in life.
(404) 620-3381
Decatur, Georgia 30033
Elizabeth L Edge, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Decatur
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Life transitions are challenging whether it is navigating high school, adjusting to a child growing up, or realizing you are not where you expected at this point in life. My experience has been with people who have turned to alcohol, drugs, food, sex, or self-injury to cope with various life events. Others have shut down in the form of depression or paralyzing anxiety. Essentially the ways of handling life’s stressors are no longer effective, and in these moments we need help. I enjoy working with people who have a desire to learn how to better navigate their transition.
(404) 566-6455
Decatur, Georgia 30033
John Jay Moore, Counselor  in Decatur
“I work primarily with adolescents and adults who have been sexually victimized, exhibit inappropriate sexualized behavior or who commit sexual offenses. I also work with couples experiencing difficulties with their relationships. I conduct individual and couple sessions as well as group therapy sessions. I work with clients in 4 different practice sites located in Georgia: Decatur, Stone Mountain, Winder, and Gainesville. I advocate for my clients by working with community resources including but not limited to probation officers and other therapists.
(404) 341-7688 x512
Decatur, Georgia 30033
Kathy H Lucy, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Decatur
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Many of the couples I see come to therapy stuck in a vicious cycle that leaves both partners feeling isolated, frustrated, and heartbroken. Their best efforts to connect with and be heard by the other inadvertently lead to more arguments and distance. When relationships don't work, we hurt. So much of our happiness and well-being as individuals depends upon the health of our intimate relationships.
(404) 721-0370
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Rhea Gordon, Psychologist  in Decatur
“I am a licensed Psychologist with 30 years of clinical experience offering therapy and coaching to adolescents, adults, individuals, and couples that are highly motivated to grow and change. I focus on empowerment, healing, recognizing behavior patterns, learning new skills, making better choices, and moving powerfully into healthy relationships; and on bold visioning, realizing a dream or endeavor, and optimizing meaning/purpose/fulfillment in life. Emphasis is always on producing lasting lifestyle change and helping you clear away what's holding you back so you can be empowered to choose to thrive.
(678) 971-3686
Decatur, Georgia 30033
Anthony Granberry, Counselor  in Decatur
“Confusing emotions, a general discontentment with life, or a life-changing event can motivate a person to seek counseilng. Counseling helps us better understand ourselves--our emotions, thoughts, and behaviors. A better self-understanding helps us to decrease our participation in undesired or unhealthy behaviors, improves our self-image, and positions us to engage healthier, more satisfying relationships. Psychotherapy helps us to process negative experiences and gain insight into unheathy emotions associated with these experiences. Over time, we can learn healthier ways to engage life and relationships.
(404) 954-2324
Decatur, Georgia 30033
Susan Whittington, Counselor  in Decatur
“As a licensed therapist working largely with women's issues, I treat a range of sexual, relationship, and intimacy concerns - within both straight and LGBT communities. I offer a safe and collaborative experience, to facilitate open and real discussion around subject matter that may seem hard to talk about.
(678) 506-7116
Decatur, Georgia 30030
“Along with my experienced staff, I work with adolescents and young adults who have autism or related issues. My focus is on helping clients identify their strengths and challenges, develop goals that make sense for their lives, and strengthen their ability to have meaningful relationships and productive, happy lives. Often, my work also includes or involves families, whether its parenting issues, relationship struggles, sibling issues, or struggles with the transition to adulthood.
(404) 996-0435
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Atlanta Philosophical Counseling,   in Decatur
“Have you considered talking to a philosopher about your life challenges? How we *feel* is usually determined by what and how we *think*, and philosophers - philosophical counselors - are skilled at helping people identify false, unreasonable and unproductive beliefs that are contributing to unpleasant and unwanted feelings. Philosophical counseling involves the application of critical thinking -- this process of identifying and evaluating reasons and arguments -- to problems of a more personal nature: difficult feelings, behavioral challenges, struggles in relationships, personal moral dilemmas and more. This type of philosophical counseling is known as Logic-Based Therapy.
(404) 620-4933
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Luis Valdes, Psychologist  in Decatur
“I am a highly experienced and versatile psychologist. I specialize in helping men deal with both typical and atypical issues, concerns and life problems. Men encounter a wide-range of issues such as: career dissatisfaction, anger management, relationship concerns, various addictions, anxiety, depression, sexual and career performance issues, estrangement, and impulse control. I like to work with couples and families as well. When men need help, there is a small window of opportunity and time is of the essence. The Atlanta Psychotherapy Center for Men can help.
(678) 809-2001 x6
Decatur, Georgia 30033
Abby Marateck, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Decatur
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LAMFT
“Life presents us with many challenges and opportunities for growth. You may have recently lost a loved one, experienced a change in your family or career, or simply feel alone. Sometimes, seeing a challenge as an opportunity can be a daunting task. I can assist you on this journey and help you to heal, grow and flourish. Together we can collaborate to find balance in your life and restore a sense of calm and well-being for you and your family.
(404) 724-5511 x462
Decatur, Georgia 30030
A. Jay Beard, Psychologist  in Decatur
“I work with people in a warm, supportive way that bolsters their internal strengths and resources but that also challenges them and invites change. While helping people feel better as quickly as possible, I also help them grow personally, understand themselves more deeply, have more rewarding relationships, and make deep, lasting change. Creativity, spontaneity, and sense of humor are important to me and I try to incorporate these qualities into all of my work. I most often see people individually but frequently work with couples, helping them work through difficulties and enhance their connection with each other.
(404) 566-8717
Decatur, Georgia 30030
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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Decatur have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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

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What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.