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Therapists in 30030

Ebony Huckabee, Counselor  in Decatur
“Ebony is a caring, compassionate, and understanding professional. She utilizes a holistic perspective, with the belief that healthy mind, body, and spirit are essential to achieving total wellness. Ebony serves as a collaborative partner, and allows each client to be the "expert" of their own life. Ebony developed a passion for helping others as an adolescent, and has continued along that path. She has over 10 years of experience in the social services field. Ebony is most fulfilled by helping clients identify their strengths, clarify goals, and make positive changes. She maintains a nonjudgmental and positive attitude, while valuing the diversity of others.
(404) 620-4545
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Tracey M Gagne, Counselor  in Decatur
“I became a counselor so that I could help women manage difficulties that surface related to reproductive health. There are many issues that arise for women and families regarding reproductive health, even when we feel otherwise healthy and things are seeming to go well for us. My private practice is geared toward assisting women and their families with managing the emotional aspect of their reproductive changes and experiences, when there's a need for extra support.
(404) 471-3191
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Linda McNeely McLeod, Counselor  in Decatur
“You know that feeling of excitement and aliveness you had with your partner when you first fell in love, I help couples continue to experience that throughout their relationship. Most of us believe those initial feelings and behaviors will last spontaneously forever. I work with couples to help them become more conscious in their relationship to increase their positive connections and decrease the disruption and pain that often occurs from behaving on their feelings rather than behaving based on their commitment. Learning new ways of communicating and relating helps couples regain and maintain the passion, safety and full aliveness they initially experienced with each other.
(678) 590-2953
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Brandy J Smith, Counselor  in Decatur
“Experience tells me that most people who seek counseling feel unable to make changes in their life that could bring them greater happiness. I consider it my responsibility and a privilege to facilitate your journey of self-empowerment to make these desired changes. Together we will explore how current patterns of feeling, thinking and acting could be altered by increasing mindfulness and self-compassion. While most of our focus is on the present and future, I also seek to honor your past by exploring how unresolved feelings may be hindering your growth and ability to meet personal goals.
(678) 619-5795
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
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
Jaime A Blandino, Psychologist  in Decatur
“While we all struggle at times with knowing when to "let go" and when to "get a grip," some feel immobilized by their pain and hopeless about the future. With compassion and nonjudgmental acceptance, I can help you learn to ease your difficulties and reach meaningful life goals that are consistent with your values. I believe we are all capable of improving the quality our lives no matter how difficult and chronic problems have been. Seeing my clients evolve through self-acceptance, emotional healing, and meaningful action is a true privilege and passion for me.
(404) 369-5762
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Betsy Frasier, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Decatur
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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
Hanan Trotman, Psychologist  in Decatur
“In my time as a clinician, I have been fortunate to work with diverse groups of people. I have worked therapeutically with children, adolescents, and families and have had extensive training and experience in the assessment of a range of psychological conditions including ADHD and learning disorders. Another focus of my practice has been on the assessment and treatment of individuals and families coping with significant stress-related disorders and behavior problems.
(678) 394-3386
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
Kensa K. Gunter, Psychologist  in Decatur
“"Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one's courage," - Anais Nin. I believe that it takes courage to live fully & authentically. Courage to accept, to let go, to ask for help, to grow, courage to do whatever it is that keeps you from living the life you want to live. As a therapist, I work collaboratively with my clients to help them learn from experiences, increase their ability to cope with the demands of life, & ultimately to grow and live life more courageously. My approach is strength-based & integrative incorporating elements of multicultural, cognitive-behavioral, and interpersonal theory.
(678) 245-6077
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
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
Sadohl Goldsmith Jones, Counselor  in Decatur
“It is my pleasure and goal to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating through empowerment and support on your journey. Together we will work to discover behavior patterns or negative perceptions which may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life. If you're a young girl or woman dealing with sexual or physical abuse issues and need help "putting the pieces together" lets take the first step, together. I look forward to empowering you as we put the pieces together!.
(678) 974-1012
Decatur, Georgia 30030
LaToya K Williams, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Decatur
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Mrs. Williams endeavors to empower and equip individuals to be the best they can be for themselves, their children, their families, and the world. She also endeavors to provide individuals, families, and couples with resources that will enhance and advance their lives in a greater way. This is achieved through providing counseling, therapy, groups, and life coaching. Mrs. Williams specifically deals with issues regarding Spiritual Challenges, Emotional Disorders, Behavioral Challenges, Domestic Violence, Eating Disorders, Loss and Grief, Anger Management, Parent Training, Social Skills Challenges, and Marriage and Family Challenges just to name a few.
(678) 515-5966
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Andy Andersen, Psychologist  in Decatur
“I am a licensed psychologist and enjoy working with couples and families. In particular I work with young couples and families who are navigating and negotiating the start of a new family. My theoretical perspective is family systems and my style is direct, practical and normalizing.
(404) 620-4419
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
Stephanie Cook, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Decatur
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW, DCC
“Right now, you may feel dissatisfied with your relationship. Maybe you feel confused, disconnected, hurt or lonely. Perhaps you feel frustrated with unresolved arguments. Maybe you have considered splitting up. Or things are good, but you want better. Whether you are married, engaged, single, dating, partnered, or divorced, you can learn how to have a better relationship in the future. I am an experienced couples therapist with advanced training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy, the most scientific and evidence-based couples therapy developed from decades of research. I can teach you what works, and what does not, in achieving greater understanding, connection and intimacy.
(678) 971-2547
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Judy L Martin, Counselor  in Decatur
“My approach to therapy is based on the belief that all individuals have the capacity to live a fulfilling, hopeful, & meaningful life regardless of circumstances. Through the power of creating a safe and nurturing therapeutic relationship, I believe individuals can get back in touch with their inner strengths & resources leading to: greater self-awareness; deeper relationships & connection to self, family & community; less stress reactivity; fuller range of emotional expression & acceptance; improved problem solving; and an overall sense of greater well-being, contentment, & hopefulness.
(404) 620-2483
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Stacie Smith, Counselor  in Decatur
“I combine insight-oriented psychotherapy with principles of mindfulness practice and other body-centered approaches and work with adults interested in: *Developing healthy and preventative responses to stress, depression and anxiety *Managing chronic pain and illness *Facilitating personal and spiritual growth *Healing loss and easing life transitions *Utilizing meditative awareness to understand deeper levels of self *Integrating Eastern perspectives of Buddhism, mindfulness, and meditation with Western concepts of psyche, self, and self-in-relationship *Developing rites of passage
(404) 236-6006
Decatur, Georgia 30030
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