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Therapists in Marietta

James E Watkins Ill, Counselor  in Marietta
“My ideal client is one who is motivated to be honest with themselves (and me) and be willing to make life changes. They would be willing to take a look at how their thinking is affecting their moods and be open to guidance as to how to FEEL better.
(404) 492-9322
Marietta, Georgia 30068
Kristina Koncul Murr, Counselor  in Marietta
“I have experience working in community mental health, inpatient treatment and in private practice. I have worked with a broad spectrum of clients including children, adults, couples and families in areas such as depression, anger management, anxiety, ADHD, trauma, eating disorders, pain, stress, addiction, family problems and relationship issues. My therapeutic approach is to offer support and give feedback to help clients face life challenges. I work with clients in a respectful, honest and compassionate way and integrate different theories and techniques to suit each client's individual needs.
(678) 929-2864
Marietta, Georgia 30064
Diane M Coll, Counselor  in Marietta
“It is my intention to help you discover (or rediscover) your own inner strength and wisdom. You have the skills and resources within yourself to live a more fulfilling and joyous life. Through our collaborative process, you will have opportunities to access your strengths, channeling them to facilitate healing and growth.
(770) 548-4395
Marietta, Georgia 30060
Barbara T Russell, Counselor  in Marietta
“Whether your struggle is depression, anxiety, grief or relationship conflicts, life can feel like a vicious cycle which leaves you feeling overwhelmed and spent. You can create a better life for yourself and those you love. I believe in a multidimensional approach which includes CBT, psychoeducation, mindfulness as well as collaboration to create a rudder for your individual wellness.
(404) 341-6877
Marietta, Georgia 30067
Jim Stockton, Counselor  in Marietta
“Sometimes life may present difficult issues, and you find yourself overwhelmed. I am passionate about providing a safe place for hurting people to come and process their struggles. I enjoy helping couples who lack intimacy in their marriages or who need to repair their marriages where an affair has been disclosed. I am Prepare-Enrich certified and welcome the opportunity to do premarital work with engaged couples. I enjoy working with individuals facing issues such as anxiety, depression, panic, grief, and divorce recovery. Additionally, I have experience working with adolescents who struggle with anxiety, depression, family conflict, and self-harm.
(678) 831-2572
Marietta, Georgia 30064
Jennifer Hopkins-Naylor, Psychologist  in Marietta
“Sometimes making the first phone call can be intimidating, but I listen without judgment or criticism and ensure a welcoming relaxed attitude that helps to minimize fear and support your goals. I understand that life's problems can sometimes become difficult and often patterns are repeated that hinder your personal growth. In therapy, I help individuals explore the specific behaviors, thoughts, and feelings that may contribute to repeating these patterns and emphasize existing strengths to develop specific workable goals. I believe in including the family system in therapy to improve relationships, as there is truth in varied perspectives and growth comes from understanding each other.
(404) 994-2566 x2
Marietta, Georgia 30062
Sonia Torretto, Counselor  in Marietta
“Although I am pretty traditional in my beliefs about the purpose of therapy,I am not your traditional therapist. I do not sit with a notebook and write down everything you say with a hmmmm at the end before I collect my fee. I am interactive and even directive sometimes. I guess that's why I work well with teenagers:) So, if you want therapy to be fun, I'm your gal. I have a general practice and enjoy seeing adults, but my specialty area has been adolescents for over 20 years. I have the same amount of experience with addictive disorders, codependence, divorce, parent alienation (I do evaluations and have done court work), anxiety....the list goes on. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and a past President of the Licensed Professional Counseling Association of Georgia. I have a blog titled justasksonia.com (free therapy questions). Read my book titled "Men Should Come with Warning Labels"! It's about relationships and men lke it too!menshouldcomewithwarninglabels.com.
(678) 929-4701
Marietta, Georgia 30067
Richard E. Shook, Psychologist  in Marietta
“Are you looking for counseling, psychotherapy or psychological testing? Are you or your child struggling with problems? Through individual and/or family counseling, you can develop ways to address problems and reach your higher potential. Psychological testing may be used to more deeply understand your challenges. Assisting you at the highest level, my knowlege&skills are kept current. I've been a licensed psychologist for over 17yrs. I assist children & teenagers, adults, couples and families. Prior to private practice, I obtained extensive inpatient experience in a psychiatric prison, an inpatient adolescent facility and the University of Virginia Health Sciences Center .
(678) 680-8510
Marietta, Georgia 30060
Amy Barth, Counselor  in Marietta
“Amy Barth, NCC is a graduate of Argosy University where she earned her Masters degree in Community Counseling. Prior to becoming a psychotherapist, Amy worked as a social worker in a variety of community settings. In 2005, Amy founded a non-profit organization called "Safe Girls Strong Girls" (see www.safegirlsstronggirls.org) which is committed to helping girls and women heal from the trauma of childhood sexual abuse.
(678) 831-3437
Marietta, Georgia 30062
Shala Nicely, Counselor  in Marietta
“I am passionate about helping adults and adolescents take back their lives from OCD and anxiety. I work with clients who have OCD and related disorders and anxiety disorders. I see clients in the office, in their homes, or other places therapy may take us! As co-founder and OCD Spokesperson for OCD Georgia, I am also actively involved in building awareness of OCD and its appropriate treatment in the community through speaking engagements. I am under the direction and supervision of Jenn Vann, LMFT, and under the supervision of Kathleen McKinney Clark, LPC, President of OCD Georgia.
(404) 334-4896
Marietta, Georgia 30066
Atlanta Center for Bipolar Disorder & Depression at Trillium Springs LLC, Treatment Facility  in Marietta
“A diagnosis of bipolar disorder or depression can often turn one's life upside down. Our team of mental health professionals at the Atlanta Center for Bipolar Disorder & Depression @ Trillium Springs Counseling provide our clients with the emotional, social, educational and spiritual skills to cope with the challenges of everyday life. In a supportive environment, we empower our clients to find and develop their own personal strengths while making positive changes in their lives. With specialized training in the management and treatment of bipolar disorder, we offer both treatment and education to the client, family and friends in an outpatient setting.
(404) 445-2471
Marietta, Georgia 30067
Lynn Louise Wonders, Counselor  in Marietta
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LPC, RPT-S, CPCS, E-RYT
“If you or your child are experiencing a time of transition and challenge in life it's normal to feel discouraged and even a little lost. Counseling with me can help you connect to all the strength, hope and clarity you have inside of yourself. I provide a warm and encouraging environment that includes guidance and a lot of helpful, practical tools. I love my work because I get to see clients experience incredible healing and growth.
(404) 455-5805
Marietta, Georgia 30062
Cynthia Belmer,   in Marietta
MFA, ACSTH, RYT
“I work with single women who are looking to experience more self-love within themselves so they can be and find the right partner for life. If you're going through anxiety, breakup, divorce, confusion about what you want in life or if you're struggling in a current relationship then I'll be happy to get to know who you are, fall in love with the person that you are and create deep shifts that will help you create the loving relationship that you desire.http://www.cynthiabelmer.com/.
(415) 942-9586
Marietta, Georgia 30062
Weston James Robins, Counselor  in Marietta
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Georgia. I have worked with hundreds of individuals, couples and families over the past decade and feel an immense amount of gratitude and fortune to be able to join with people at various stages throughout their lives. Types of Clients Seen: Adolescents,Young Adults, Mid-age Adults, Older Adults, Couples Families Issues/ Challenges Explored: Depression, Anxiety, Substance Abuse, Post-traumatic Stress, Grief and Bereavement, Life Transitions, Relationships, Existential challenges, Spirituality, Identity, Family dynamics, Social challenges, Multicultural dynamics, Sexuality, Gender, Personal Growth
(678) 828-2334
Marietta, Georgia 30067
Emily Weissman, Counselor  in Marietta
“I specialize in working with children, adolescents and their families with parenting and behavioral problems, childhood trauma, anxiety and depression, and developmental disabilities. I especially enjoy helping parents to reduce their stress levels by teaching them positive parenting and behavior management techniques. I utilize cognitive behavioral and client-centered therapy, play therapy, and creative counseling modalities in my practice. I tailor my approach to the individual client/family believing that we are each unique beings with unique strengths, backgrounds, and personalities.
(770) 450-8296 x9
Marietta, Georgia 30066
Jessica (Hallam) Anderson, Counselor  in Marietta
“Are you looking for a change? I can help! No problem is too big or small. Together we can work to improve your life and the situations that are unsatisfying or painful for you. I provide counseling, coaching, and consulting to help people with being as healthy and happy as possible. I provide support and assistance without judging a person or a situation. I believe that everyone has the ability to continually grow and improve but a little counseling or coaching might help make the changes happen. Everyone can use a little extra support sometimes!
(678) 723-3997
Marietta, Georgia 30062
Aleah Morrow, Counselor  in Marietta
“I am a graduate of Auburn University and received my Master's Degree in Counseling Psychology from Georgia School of Professional Psychology. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and have 17 years of counseling experience. My practice is an outpatient, private practice located on Kennesaw Avenue in Marietta. Office hours are by appointment, and most appointments are 45-minutes. I offer services to a wide range of individuals, couples and families. My services may be covered in part by your health insurance. I am on most insurance panels.
(678) 374-2923
Marietta, Georgia 30060
Mikah Miller, Counselor  in Marietta
“I celebrate people who seek guidance for themselves or someone else. You are not alone. I am here to assist you or someone you love to live mentally and/or emotionally well. Life "happens" to all of us. My goal is to help your life work better for you. My goal is to assist my clients to achieve the most positive results possible and live unencumbered lives. Several therapeutic approaches are used to tailor-design treatment plans for individuals, families, couples and groups. I work with children, adolescents, and adults from all walks of life.
(678) 919-1077
Marietta, Georgia 30064
Jacqueline Robinson, Counselor  in Marietta
“People are often placed in situations where they are challenged to reach deep within themselves to find ways of coping with "the unexpected". The beauty that is sometimes found in life's unexpected challenges is that the opportunity is given for a person to discover strength that proves they are capable of coping through a range of difficulties. My role as a therapist is to impart hope to clients and offer practical strategies that assist in overcoming life's challenges. Through a collaborative theraputic approach I journey with the client through their pain toward their ultimate goal of healing.
(678) 973-1563
Marietta, Georgia 30067
Sarah S Pannell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Marietta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MSMFT, LMFT
“The decision to enter therapy can be a difficult and above all else, I hope to create a safe place for you to come and be honest about struggles and to find the help and support you need. Pain comes in many shapes and sizes- depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, issues with your body or with food or relational difficulties. It is hard to face these difficulties alone and I am passionate about helping people to work through their pain so they are free to live the lives they were made to live.
(678) 916-9684
Marietta, Georgia 30067
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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Marietta have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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

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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?
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