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Therapists in 31150

Jonathan Gersh, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I completed my doctorate degree the San Francisco Bay area, which has afforded me the opportunity to work with a diverse clientele consisting of varying family compositions and individuals from all walks of life and backgrounds. I have a strong background in working with children, adolescents, adults, and families with a focus on behavioral issues, adoption/foster placement, and learning difficulties. I also enjoy working with mood disorders and life transitional issues. I also provide a wide array of psychological and intellectual assessments to help determine client needs, treatment planning, and diagnostic clarification.
Kirsten Justice, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Welcome. The relationship between client and therapist is one of the most important factors for success in therapy. My counseling approach is warm, empathetic and respectful. My goal will be to develop a strong, positive relationship with you, from which we will invite curiosity and interest about your experiences and challenges in life. I believe that through our work, you can increase your compassion for yourself and others, expand your capacity for meaningful relationships, and create a more satisfying and fulfilling life.
GSU Clinic for Youth Anxiety and Related Disorders,   in Atlanta
“The Clinic for Youth Anxiety and Related Disorders (CYARD) is housed in the Department of Psychology at Georgia State University (GSU). We provide evidence-based assessment and therapy services for children and adolescents (ages 4 to 17 years old) in the greater Atlanta area. Common concerns include excessive worry, discomfort in social situations, separation anxiety, specific fears/phobias, and compulsive or ritualized behavior. The treatment approach is cognitive-behavioral and has been supported by numerous, large-scale research studies. CYARD is staffed by GSU clinical psychology doctoral students who are supervised by a licensed psychologist.
Paris Gandy-Walker, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Hello and thank you for your interest. Is your child struggling with academic or behavior problems? Has the conflict in your home become unbearable? Are your personal difficulties getting in the way of progress? I can help. Deciding to enter therapy is difficult and challenging. You are likely at a crossroad in your life and seeking relief from a stressful or painful situation. I am a licensed clinical psychologist who is committed to helping individuals and families reach their life improving goals through therapy and skill building. I can teach and help guide you towards your desired place of peace.
Maximillian Jefferies, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I have over ten years of working experience in the mental health field. I provide family and individual therapeutic services. I specialize in one-on-one, family therapy, and developing cohesion with in the family unit. My mission is to help ease emotional pain and suffering to those that are finding it difficult to cope in life. I have NCC credentials, possess higher educational degrees in psychology and community counseling and I'm licensed in the state of Georgia. I believe very strongly in clinical, ethical, and professional excellence.
Lanta Cooper, Counselor  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MS, MDiv, LAPC, NCC
“I believe in meeting people where they are. If you are seeking a non-judgmental and welcoming space to process life's challenges and journey toward hope, I encourage you to be in touch. All people, even you, are welcome.
(678) 974-1421 x580
Johanna Elizabeth Harris, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I work with individuals and families who are suffering from emotional, behavioral, relationship, and trauma issues My visions is by providing clients with a safe environment, where they are able to begin to express themselves without judgment. I encourage my clients to feel free to bring any thought feeling and concern to the partnership.
Karen C Hargrove, Counselor  in Atlanta
“As a Licensed Mental Health and Wellness Professional, I provide a therapeutic environment that fosters empowerment and enrichment in the lives of others, while cultivating creativity and comfort with one's personal identity. I hope to guide you to trust in yourself and your unique life experiences, as they are the prolific and indispensable resources for the answers you seek. Together, we will work towards helping you respond to yourself, people, and life, in a growth affirming and self-actualizing way, ultimately creating the experience of an inner-directed life, so that you may live it to the fullest potential.
Marcia Jones, Counselor  in Atlanta
“As featured on Season 1 of R&B Divas, I welcome the opportunity to collaborate with you on your personal growth. So often, we find ourselves in situations and wonder how we got there. You could be grieving the loss of a loved one or relationship, or simply seeking to redefine yourself and your boundaries. Whatever your situation may be, counseling can help you get on track to living more authentically and true to yourself.
Hannah A D Kimbrough, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“Hannah is a Licensed Master Social Worker certified by the state of Georgia. She holds a Masters of Social Work degree from the University of Arkansas. She has conducted research on anxiety and depression and currently teaches online courses for the University of Arkansas. Hannah has experience working with foster children, young adults in a college setting, adults in residential recovery, homeless women with life controlling issues, as well as groups, couples, and families. Her treatment interests include mental illness, trauma, grief, anxiety, relationship issues, self-esteem/shame, and women's issues.
(877) 980-6259 x10
Jeanine Rousso, Counselor  in Atlanta
“With over 10 years of experience working with children and families, I am no stranger to the difficulties of growing up. I have worked in a variety of settings including home-based services, intensive outpatient clinics, and community based organizations. I work with children and families struggling with a variety of issues including ADHD, anxiety, depression, developmental and learning disabilities, low self esteem, social skills, divorce and family transition, grief and loss, mood disorders, and other behavioral issues.
Rebecca M. Johnson, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Many people have discovered the benefits of psychotherapy. Some may be dealing with life transitions, others with depression, anxiety, and other mental health disorders, while some just want a safe place to express their thoughts and work through their feelings. Rebecca Johnson, Psy.D., provides clients with a neutral, judgement-free environment where they can learn and grow without social pressures. Concierge therapy at it's best, Dr. Rebecca will provide in-home and mobile therapy to residents of the Atlanta metro area, allowing you to remain in the comfort of your own home.
Bryan 'Orion' Crook, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Please explore my website or feel free to give me a call, hear my voice, and chat for a few moments by clicking the links to the left. That is the most accurate description of the work we can do together and you are welcome to ask all of your questions.
Cliff Bostock,   in Atlanta
“Has it occurred to you that you may not need psychotherapy? Not every problem indicates a psychological disorder. After years of personal therapy and training in the field, I decided to work in the more direct way of a collaborative LIFE COACH. Together, we explore ways you feel blocked and create goals to get you on track. We explore your imagination, the source of all change, in a safe but challenging way. (Please consult my website for more details: cliffbostock.com.)
Jared Smiley, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Please visit my website: www.jaredsmiley.com. There you can find out about my practice, ask questions, find resources, even browse interesting findings.
Meredith B Kloth, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I am available for weekend appointments! Everyone can benefit from therapy. I believe that therapy is a place for growth through collaboration creating a new therapy for each person. I like to offer a genuine and safe environment, inviting you to find your own voice. I believe that you should be fully supported while working on your own solutions and making your own decisions.
Elizabeth O'Brien, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Have you had a recent life transition like a birth, move, break up, or loss and you don't know what to do? Do you feel stuck in several areas in your life; personal growth, relationships, career, and health? Is this the right time to make some positive changes in your life? I believe that thru understanding ourselves we can heal emotional wounds, learn new ways of coping and feel better. Clients have described me as "casual, direct, trustworthy, funny and experienced", if you feel like that would be a good fit for you, lets talk further.
The Inner Circle Counseling Center, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Start feeling and knowing that you are good enough!" Learn how you can feel whole again. We are Licensed Professional Counselors offering counseling for emotional, mental, and relationship challenges. In addition, we treat childhood sexual abuse and identity issues. Our Certified Sex Addiction Therapist offers specialized treatment for people who suffer from love and/or sex addictions. By using evidence based approaches that have helped thousands of people, you too can heal compulsive behaviors, shame and betrayal. As our client you learn how to heal pain and live a balanced life.
(404) 620-5548 x101
Mary Brooks Ablett, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Mary Ablett , LCSW has over twenty years of experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and couples. Ms. Ablett's primary orientation comes from social learning theory. Therefore, therapy involves learning new skills, gaining new insight, and changing one's behavior to meet one's therapy goals. She employs aspects of behavioral, cognitive-behavioral, solution-focused, and family systems therapy. She works as efficiently as possible, and provides services that are individually tailored to best meet the needs of her clients.
Jonathan Hill, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Jonathan Hill, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist and was trained at the University of North Texas. Dr. Hill was born in Newport, Arkansas, and he spent the majority of his childhood and adolescence in northern Arkansas. He was trained in psychodynamic (object relations) therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and play therapy. Besides conducting individual psychotherapy for children, pre-adolescents, adolescents, and adults, Dr. Hill also performs numerous types of psychological evaluations. These include neuropsychological evaluations, forensic evaluations, bariatric assessments, psychoeducational assessments for ADHD and learning disorders, bonding assessments for adoptive families, and developmental assessments for babies and those with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
(770) 400-9042
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