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Therapists in 30030

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
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
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
Ty Harris, Counselor  in Decatur
“I believe that while nobody can go back and change the past, anyone can make a new ending starting today. It is never too late to embark on a new path so you can become the person you desire to be. As your therapist I will guide you through a healing process that balances your emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual being. I will embark with you on your journey to wholeness and together we will explore life's meaning, create growth and healing, and explore new possibilities for living authentically. Today can be the first step to a new beginning!
(404) 721-1531
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
“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
Catherine M Meiburg, Counselor  in Decatur
“Children in emotional distress often experience difficult feelings and exhibit troubling behaviors. As a registered play therapist, I foster a warm, safe environment that helps children to express what is troubling them, and to develop more adaptive behaviors and more positive feelings about themselves and others. Children find ways to cope with difficult emotions, discover solutions to problems, increase self-confidence, develop effective social skills, and build trust in life and in those around them. Play therapy works!
(404) 334-5743
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
Kate Zera Kray, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Decatur
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Are you overcome with grief and wondering how you will (ever) recover from the death of a loved one; the loss of a job; a divorce; or your own decline in health? Are you finding that time does not heal all wounds? I am sorry you are going through a difficult time and I commend you for reaching out for support along your journey. It is my hope that my extensive clinical experience, coupled with your resiliency and resolve, will enable us to uncover the tools necessary to reinvest in your life.
(678) 257-4224
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Sunaina Rao Jain, Psychologist  in Decatur
“Pathways Transition Programs, Inc. is a private mental health agency for children and families. We assist the most underserved and least understood client populations: low income single parent families; families caught in multi-generational cycles of instability, abuse and neglect; children in foster care; children with developmental and behavioral challenges; women who are victims of domestic violence and unprepared for self advocacy and self-sufficiency; families involved with child protective services and juvenile; justice systems. We understand troubled behaviors are attempts to take care of one's self and those they care about - their attempts to maintain equilibrium on uneven ground and still move forward.
(404) 620-3438
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Tidwell and Miller Counseling, Psychologist  in Decatur
“Is your child, teen, or family struggling to adjust to transitions or a traumatic experience, such as a divorce or sexual abuse? We have focused on assisting children cope with family changes, such as divorce, moving, adoption, or loss of a family member, and with traumatic experiences, such as sexual abuse. We look forward to helping your child and family move past the effects of difficult changes. We are located in Decatur, one block from the Marta Station. We accept all Peachcare, Medicaid, and most major insurances. We offer a sliding fee scale based on income.
(404) 496-5930
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Emily A Fitzpatrick, Counselor  in Decatur
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor specializing in the treatment of people living with mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety, grief, substance abuse, and post traumatic stress disorder. I am particularly interested in working with the geriatric population, caregivers of the elderly, and caregivers of people who live with chronic mental health conditions. My certification in Care Management and experience as an inpatient psychiatric case manager makes me specifically adept at helping individuals with the transitions inherent to late life such as loss of mobility, grief and loss, loneliness and isolation, and a desire to restore a sense of purpose and meaning in life.
(404) 996-1887
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Dee Desnoyers, Counselor  in Decatur
“I am a licensed professional counselor and registered play therapist (supervisor) specializing in child, adolescent, and adult psychotherapy. In my practice, I have two broad specialties: working with the LGBTQ community and providing play therapy for children (for more information, please view my website). In addition to these areas of specialization, I enjoy working with adolescents and adults who struggle with anxiety or depression, interpersonal difficulties, low self-esteem, those who feel stuck in self-defeating patterns, and those who feel unfulfilled in their lives.
(404) 946-8929
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
“I am licensed psychotherapist, specializing in providing behavioral support to individuals who have a longing and/or need for personal growth and development. I work best with individual and families who have a real desire to understand, accept, and make changes in their own behaviors to improve the quality of their interpersonal relationships.
(770) 464-5932
Decatur, Georgia 30030
Debra D. Rasouliyan, Counselor  in Decatur
“Individuals, couples, and families face unique challenges today. My focus is to assist in providing therapeutic alternatives by identifying issues that may be impairing people's lives. I believe that by building on already-existing strengths, people can create positive changes within themselves. My experience includes working in a wide range of settings and with a culturally diverse client base. I have lived and studied in Europe and the Middle East. In all cases, I have a deep commitment to my clients and continue to provide a safe, confidential and dignified setting conducive to positive life changes.
(678) 304-7775
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
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
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
S Lashay Dowley, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Decatur
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MAMFT, LPC, CST
“Today you are one step closer to a new you where you feel empowered and on a positive path to growth and well-being. As a solution-focused therapist my goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. While I can't change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges in your life. By applying complementary therapy approaches and techniques, we will unearth long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life.
(678) 582-8442
Decatur, Georgia 30030
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