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Therapists in 30030

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
Franklin Abbott, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Decatur
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I form a therapeutic relationship with my clients to help them deal with the issues they present. I draw on my years of experience and training to create the most effective treatment. Most of my clients experience relief within weeks of beginning therapy. Depending on the depth of the issues presented therapy can last a few months to a few years. Trust is the foundation and insight the main tool to create positive and long lasting change. I work with my clients to find what is best for them and support them in making the changes they want.
(404) 900-7646
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Lissa Davis Tchernis, Psychologist  in Decatur
“Finding a therapist that you "click" with can make a huge difference. I work primarily with adults with anxiety, depression, and difficulty managing stress. My strength is my ability to blend a genuine caring with the science of personal change. I value being down to earth and using humor when appropriate. I work at the level of thoughts and actions, and also at the level of deeper insights and feelings. I put a large focus on building coping skills including emotion regulation and distress tolerance.
(678) 952-7078
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Heather I Kotler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Decatur
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MPH
“For people who have faced extraordinary difficulties, navigating the ups and and downs of everyday life can be a challenge. As a therapist who specializes in working with people dealing with addiction or anxiety or those who suffered a personal trauma, my goal is to help men, women, and teens who struggle with those issues learn the skills to not just get by, but to grow and thrive.
(404) 334-7941
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Pathway to Purpose, Counselor  in Decatur
“I believe you have the power to become who you desire to be within your heart. It takes courage to confront fears and overcome mental and emotional hurdles that block our best intentions. Circumstances most often out of our control can cause great pain and anxiety. In an attempt to quiet an overwhelming sense of distress, we sometimes adopt beliefs and behaviors that are at best, self-compromising. As your therapist, I would be honored to accompany you on your journey towards wholeness. Together we will embrace truth and explore what gives your life meaning while creating the life you desire through freedom and choice.
(404) 566-8537
Decatur, Georgia 30030
John R Lucy, Psychologist  in Decatur
“I have a strong interest in helping individuals and couples in the midst of life transition and/or turmoil find vision, connection and greater meaning for their lives. Life transitions can range from the dark and difficult times when you are unsure what to do, to the excitement of new opportunities. As a licensed clinical psychologist with a masters degree in theology, I enjoy connecting the personal ways individuals make sense of their lives with the larger body of knowledge achieved through clinical training and the current and evolving knowledge base of the psychology and neuroscience field.
(404) 369-4730
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Nancy McCord, Psychologist  in Decatur
“I am a licensed psychologist and have been providing psychotherapy for over 20 years. I am known for my warmth, engaged listening, and collaborative approach with my clients. Many come to see me to create more intimate and fulfilling relationships. I help people cultivate and draw upon their relational and psychological resources to achieve greater vitality, balance, and harmony in their lives. From graduation to retirement, I have been honored to journey with clients through a wide range of life transitions. I have also supported many as they navigate recovery from loss, healing from trauma, or confronting a major illness.
(404) 865-3952 x1
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Rabeshia Byrd, Counselor  in Decatur
“Are you feeling overwhelmed, burnout, hopeless and looking for positive growth and change in your life? Let me help. I have a passion for reaching out and motivating children and families to achieve their highest sense of self. I have a combined education and field experience of 6 years working with children and their love ones. I have worked at both Outpatient, in which I provided Individual and Family services for children and adolescents and Inpatient facilities, in which I provided more intensive services along with facilitating group sessions.
(470) 299-9743
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Misti Storie, Counselor  in Decatur
“My goal is to provide cost-effective, solution-focused treatment to help you feel better in the shortest amount of time. I recognize that whatever brings you to therapy has created pain or problems. That's why we will immediately begin work on how to gain short-term and long-term relief. I also understand that a commitment to therapy can be costly and difficult to schedule. That's why I have reduced my fees and offer evening and weekend appointments.
(404) 666-8437
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Meredith E. Griffith, Counselor  in Decatur
“There is great diversity in our human experience, and at some point many of us encounter the realities of personal losses, the loneliness of marginalization, the uncertainty of transitions, the need to be understood and accepted, and the pressure of pursuing a meaningful life. Some of us have moments of brief distress that can be overcome with objective support and validation; others endure a suffering that can be unbearable. As a psychotherapist, I offer a compassionate, empathic, and affirming presence for you in these difficult moments, whatever they are for you.
(404) 334-3092
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Walker Care, Treatment Facility  in Decatur
“Even the most understanding, logical, free spirited, smart, successful person can feel misunderstood, unsupported, overwhelmed, and alone. Life has a way of beating us up sometimes, and just when you think it couldn't get worse, a concurrent challenge arises and life becomes a lot to deal with. Anger, aggression, anxiety, depression, substance abuse, self-hurting behaviors, negative thoughts and self doubt are ineffective ways we often times use to cope with life transitions and stressors. We believe everyone has an important story to tell which is why our treatment philosophy focuses on an individualized, multisystemic therapy approach rooted in evidence-based practices that are not cookie-cutter approaches to treatment. On the contrary, WALKER CARE treatments are specifically tailored to the problems of the individual and family than "generic" counseling. And the positive outcomes are backed up by research studies.
(404) 620-4714
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Betsy Frasier, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Decatur
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a licensed clinical social worker with 15 years experience in the area of adult mental health. My approach to therapy emphasizes a genuine presence and warmth. I believe deep listening and presence establish a bond between client and therapist that must be present before theory or technique can be effective. I believe that bearing compassionate witness to others stories can lessen despair, increase trust, and create a safe place for the healing process to begin. I have interest and experience in grief work, persistent anxiety/depression, problems that follow traumatic events or abuse, and helping with life transitions.
(404) 369-2111
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Amy Redd, Psychologist  in Decatur
“While my training focused extensively on child development and family systems therapy, I work with clients of all ages, including children, teens, and adults. I use cognitive-behavioral and psychodynamic theoretical models to help clients better understand themselves. Much of my practice is devoted to conducting psychological / psychoeducational evaluations and providing treatment for children/teens with ADHD and learning difficulties. I work closely with schools to ensure that students obtain the services they need to excel academically and socially.
(404) 369-5951
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Ken Sanders, Counselor  in Decatur
“I know you want the best life possible, and at times, it may seem out of reach--but its only temporary. It is my professional and personal belief that in us, we have all that is needed, to live our best life. At times we get "stuck" and we need help--counseling is that help. As a counselor for close to 20 years, I have had the opportunity to work with people from various backgrounds. I work along side you and will help you to "see" where you want to go and to develop a plan to get there.
(678) 820-3216
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
“Mrs. Frazier is a practicing therapist and a clinical supervisor. Mrs. Frazier has previously served on the board for the Licensed Professional Counseling Association (LPCA) and has presented at numerous local and national conferences including St. John's University transracial and transcultural adoption conference in New York City.
(404) 334-2446
Decatur, Georgia 30030
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
Jonathan Edward Guy, Psychiatrist  in Decatur
“I provide psychiatric mental health care treatment for adults, adolescents, and children, in both Spanish and English. I listen to my patients and try to understand who they are, what their problems are, and how they are suffering. I believe it is important to understand each patient's unique life including learning about their interpersonal relationships, work life, home life, and what their hopes and dreams are. Psychiatric treatment is a partnership between me and my patients. By working together we can decrease pain and suffering, and create happiness, peacefulness, and the ability to live and enjoy life.
(470) 215-1841
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Jennifer Keith, Psychologist  in Decatur
“As a licensed psychologist, I provide counseling to individuals for issues such as anxiety, self-esteem and depression issues, adjustment to life transitions, health-related concerns, relationship conflicts, grief and loss issues, and career guidance and coaching. I utilize a collaborative therapeutic approach with clients and employ cognitive-behavioral, positive psychology, and solution-focused techniques to assess individual strengths and promote resilience to not only cope with stressors but also assist clients in reaching their goals.
(678) 771-6182
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Ronee Griffith, Psychologist  in Decatur
“You need a place to be yourself, where the underbelly and blemishes are welcome without shame or judgment. You work hard, try your best, and still struggle to understand why your life or relationships are not what you thought they would be. You want to feel comfortable and safe with another person who will be supportive and challenge you to take a deeper look inside and make changes that you and others will notice.
(770) 504-4571
Decatur, Georgia 30030
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