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Therapists in Marietta

Jacqueline Robinson, Counselor  in Marietta
“People are often placed in situations where they are challenged to reach deep within themselves to find ways of coping with "the unexpected". The beauty that is sometimes found in life's unexpected challenges is that the opportunity is given for a person to discover strength that proves they are capable of coping through a range of difficulties. My role as a therapist is to impart hope to clients and offer practical strategies that assist in overcoming life's challenges. Through a collaborative theraputic approach I journey with the client through their pain toward their ultimate goal of healing.
(678) 973-1563
Marietta, Georgia 30067
Amy S Robbins, Counselor  in Marietta
“Amy strives to create a safe and nurturing atmosphere in which individuals of all ages can be supported in their efforts to change and grow as well as become reconnected to their strengths and dreams. I have a full time private practice on Marietta Square.
(678) 712-5410
Marietta, Georgia 30060
Richard E. Shook, Psychologist  in Marietta
“Are you looking for counseling, psychotherapy or psychological testing? Are you or your child struggling with problems? Through individual and/or family counseling, you can develop ways to address problems and reach your higher potential. Psychological testing may be used to more deeply understand your challenges. Assisting you at the highest level, my knowlege&skills are kept current. I've been a licensed psychologist for over 17yrs. I assist children & teenagers, adults, couples and families. Prior to private practice, I obtained extensive inpatient experience in a psychiatric prison, an inpatient adolescent facility and the University of Virginia Health Sciences Center .
(678) 680-8510
Marietta, Georgia 30060
Karen Boyle, Art Therapist  in Marietta
Art Therapist, MA, AT
“I've been practicing art therapy in the Atlanta area for nearly 18 years now, and have found it to be a most powerful process in helping people to deal with their issues. The creative process is unmatched in accessing the deepest needs or problems within an individual, couple, group or family. Although I take many clients with differing problems, my specialties are in treating women who were sexually abused as children, trauma issues, and end of life issues/death/terminal illness. Currently my client list incorporates many issues, such as domestic violence, divorce, depression, anxiety. I approach therapy from a Christian perspective.
(770) 504-4389
Marietta, Georgia 30064
Atlanta Center for Bipolar Disorder & Depression at Trillium Springs LLC, Treatment Facility  in Marietta
“A diagnosis of bipolar disorder or depression can often turn one's life upside down. Our team of mental health professionals at the Atlanta Center for Bipolar Disorder & Depression @ Trillium Springs Counseling provide our clients with the emotional, social, educational and spiritual skills to cope with the challenges of everyday life. In a supportive environment, we empower our clients to find and develop their own personal strengths while making positive changes in their lives. With specialized training in the management and treatment of bipolar disorder, we offer both treatment and education to the client, family and friends in an outpatient setting.
(404) 445-2471
Marietta, Georgia 30067
Leanne Fey, Counselor  in Marietta
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor with a private practice in the East Cobb area of Marietta. I have 20 years of experience as a counselor and have been in private practice for 11 years. I see adults for individual and marital/couples therapy and specialize in helping people with a variety of issues including depression, anxiety/panic, trauma, marital and relationship problems, ADD/ADHD, and life transitions. I will work with you by blending traditional therapy methods with mind/body techniques to help you achieve change in your life.
(770) 450-5606
Marietta, Georgia 30067
Angela Seymour, Counselor  in Marietta
“I believe people have the ability to overcome barriers and tragedy and to become wise and self empowered. The therapeutic relationship is important in the healing process and I work collaboratively with my clients in helping them to reach goals. I like to assist my clients in their awareness and finding balance in their lives. Once an individual realizes they can no longer avoid their pain and must face it, the process of healing begins.
(678) 929-5252
Marietta, Georgia 30064
Sasha Lewis Asumaa, Counselor  in Marietta
“I am a certified eating disorders specialist. My passion is working with adolescent and adult women struggling with life's ups and downs. My specialty and experience lie with eating disorders, domestic violence, chronic illness, infertility, mommies of multiples, thyroid disease, relationship issues, codependency, anger, assertiveness, boundaries, communication, coping skills, family conflict, life balance, life improvement, life transitions, anxiety, depression, personal growth, self esteem, and relapse prevention. **I offer in office and distance counseling via secure internet connection** Don't let distance or disability stop you from getting the help that you need!
(404) 216-1135
Marietta, Georgia 30068
Terri Abraham, Counselor  in Marietta
“Are you ready to stop struggling to find happiness? Are you tired of falling into the same old patterns at work, in relationships, in life? I can help you uncover the roots of your "stuckness" and help you discover healthy ways to be truly happy and successful.
(770) 591-7518
Marietta, Georgia 30060
Barbara T Russell, Counselor  in Marietta
“Whatever challenges you are currently facing, my hope is that you will use this time to gain the powerful knowledge of who you are and what you are capable of doing. If you are ready to create gains from life's difficulties, therapy can be the means to put old standards and behaviors in the past and make permanent improvements. Coming from all phases of life, my clients are courageous people and I thoroughly enjoy my work with them.
(404) 341-6877
Marietta, Georgia 30067
Adair Swayze, Counselor  in Marietta
“When you are struggling to keep your head above water, it can be very frightening to face your fears and reach out for help. As a counselor, it is my sincere desire to offer you a safe space where you can explore your deepest pain and hidden hopes, and will find some measure of peace and strength to change. It is my privilege to walk beside you as you begin taking these first brave steps.
(404) 236-6772
Marietta, Georgia 30064
Eddie Capparucci, Counselor  in Marietta
“There is no doubt trauma from our past affects our lives today in negative ways. It is unfortunate we carried the garbage from our childhood into our adult lives and allow it to continue to cause us pain. But is doesn't have to be that way. I want to assist you in learning how to drop the garbage bag and get on with your life. You can learn to be free of past emotional pain that leads to destructive behaviors and relationships. But you have to take the first step and call.
(404) 788-0002
Marietta, Georgia 30062
Linda Heaviside, Counselor  in Marietta
“My counseling style is collaborative, respectful and accepting. My clients tell me that these qualities enhance their therapy because they feel safe, supported and understood. It has been my experience that when clients recognize that they are not alone on their journeys, they challenge themselves in new ways to reach their goals. I assist my clients in the identification of their strengths, teach mindfulness and other stress reduction skills, and help them test beliefs to see if particular styles of thinking may hinder their progress. I gently guide individuals through their emotions in order to help them obtain relief and understanding.
(404) 994-5231
Marietta, Georgia 30067
Janet Burr, Counselor  in Marietta
“I believe in focusing on what is right with a person, rather that what is wrong with them. I use encouragement and positive regard, along with creative therapeutic techniques, to foster autonomy, confidence, and self-worth. I also use expressive therapy to create a fun and dynamic experience, providing healing and growth through the use of imagination and expression. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and I work with clients who are experiencing social and academic struggles, low self-esteem, anxiety, depression, significant life change, or relational issues.
(770) 212-9918 x7
Marietta, Georgia 30067
Irina Bell Saltzman, Counselor  in Marietta
“I recognize that everyone struggles with life's challenges from time to time. Is your life not what you hoped it would be? Are you experiencing difficulties in your interpersonal relationships or in your career? Are you struggling with negative thoughts and feelings that you don't understand and don't know how to resolve? Global Counseling Center exists to help people face those challenges.
(770) 467-3660
Marietta, Georgia 30067
Shala Nicely, Counselor  in Marietta
“I am passionate about helping adults and adolescents take back their lives from OCD and anxiety. I work with clients who have OCD and related disorders and anxiety disorders. I see clients in the office, in their homes, or other places therapy may take us! As co-founder and OCD Spokesperson for OCD Georgia, I am also actively involved in building awareness of OCD and its appropriate treatment in the community through speaking engagements. I am under the direction and supervision of Jenn Vann, LMFT, and under the supervision of Kathleen McKinney Clark, LPC, President of OCD Georgia.
(404) 334-4896
Marietta, Georgia 30066
Cameron Butler, Counselor  in Marietta
“Whether you are struggling with a particular issue or just can't shake the feeling that there is more to life, there is help. I provide a variety of services, including: individual, marital, and family counseling. My areas of expertise include: young women & teenagers, spiritual issues, relationship troubles, pre-marital counseling, chronic pain/medical issues, problems within the family, depression/anxiety, life transitions, and grief/loss. I am currently certified in Prepare-Enrich pre-marital counseling. My goal is to provide you with the insights and tools necessary to move beyond old, limiting beliefs and behaviors to new, healthy ways of approaching life.
(678) 701-4034
Marietta, Georgia 30064
Melisa Alaba, Counselor  in Marietta
“Are you ready to gain control over your life?Tired of the drama of having anger in your life. I provide Anger Management assessments, private sessions and classes. As a court ordered certified Anger Management specialist I can help you erase the issues that anger has caused. We offer affordable anger management services that will teach you new skills that will reduce stress and increase your ability to cope. You will learn effective ways to manager anger at work, school and in relationships. Call us today to schedule your evaluation or class. We are here to help you.
(404) 586-4489
Marietta, Georgia 30067
Sandra P Hutton, Psychologist  in Marietta
“I have been a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice in Georgia for the past 36 years. I enjoy helping people learn new communication skills and gain a deeper understanding of themselves and their relationships. The therapy outcomes I see most often are increased self-esteem, greater intimacy, more hope, more joy, greater life satisfaction. In individual therapy, the people I see most often come in suffering from symptoms of depression and anxiety. Not surprisingly, these same feelings usually motivate people to seek couples therapy. I work with all kinds of couples -- considering marriage, married, engaged, committed life partners, etc.
(770) 450-5076
Marietta, Georgia 30067
Sonia Torretto, Counselor  in Marietta
“Although I am pretty traditional in my beliefs about the purpose of therapy,I am not your traditional therapist. I do not sit with a notebook and write down everything you say with a hmmmm at the end before I collect my fee. I am interactive and even directive sometimes. I guess that's why I work well with teenagers:) So, if you want therapy to be fun, I'm your gal. I have a general practice and enjoy seeing adults, but my specialty area has been adolescents for over 20 years. I have the same amount of experience with addictive disorders, codependence, divorce, parent alienation (I do evaluations and have done court work), anxiety....the list goes on. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and a past President of the Licensed Professional Counseling Association of Georgia. I have a blog titled justasksonia.com (free therapy questions). Read my book titled "Men Should Come with Warning Labels"! It's about relationships and men lke it too!menshouldcomewithwarninglabels.com.
(678) 929-4701
Marietta, Georgia 30067
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