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Therapists in Clayton

Amanda Howard Pileski, Psychologist  in Clayton
“I view therapy as a collaborative process in which my objective is to provide a supportive, encouraging environment to identify your concerns, explore barriers to growth, and establish goals for living a more fulfilling life. Some of my clients seek therapy as a result of extraordinarily difficult life issues, whereas others begin therapy in order to proactively address life transitions. Whatever brings you to therapy, I believe you have the ability to improve your life, and it is simply my job to facilitate this process.
(678) 929-6461
Clayton, Georgia 30525
Carole S Light, Psychologist  in Clayton
“I work with people to help them become aware of patterns in their thinking and behavior that keep them from having what they want in their lives. It is through awareness and learning the ability to make different choices that change can occur. Sometimes the change required is to make peace with things that cannot be changed, and to adjust expecttions.
(828) 558-0227
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Clayton, Georgia 30525
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For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Clayton you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Clayton and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Clayton or family therapy in Clayton.

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What method of therapy is right for me?
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