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Therapists in Powder Springs

Elizabeth C Waite, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Powder Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Life happens...There is no "money back guarantee" on relationships or experiences or even on thoughts or feelings. When things seem "off" or aren't going as they should, we have to figure out ways to adapt or cope with each situation. I hope to help clients build solid foundations in self-acceptance as well as in their relationships with their partners/spouses, children and parents, siblings, and in all avenues of their lives, so that they can adapt to each situation in a most healthy and positive manner. Personal growth is the key to positive change.
(678) 929-9695
Powder Springs, Georgia 30127
Heidi Castaneda, Counselor  in Powder Springs
“My vision is to assist individuals, couples, and families in improving their relationships and quality of life. I strive to teach clients skills and techniques to cope with difficult situations they may encounter throughout their lives. I can provide a comfortable environment and an objective perspective. CARE Therapeutic Services offers individual, couples, family, and group counseling to people of all ages. We focus on making necessary and healthy changes now to promote a more positive future. If we cannot help, we will refer to someone who can, so that each client will get the support they deserve.
(678) 831-4335
Powder Springs, Georgia 30127
Rhonda R Eberhard, Counselor  in Powder Springs
“Deciding to begin therapy can be challenging and intimidating. I believe what makes therapy successful is a strong therapeutic relationship and a good match between client and therapist. There's no need for you to struggle alone. I offer a warm, accepting, non-judgmental atmosphere in which you can uncover problematic issues, explore options and solutions, and restore your faith. I enjoy helping individuals as well as families/couples work together to improve relationships.
(770) 574-6202
Powder Springs, Georgia 30127
Natalie A. N. Elliott, Counselor  in Powder Springs
“Sex and relationship problems can hurt... AND they're hard to talk about! Then those problems start causing MORE problems in other parts of your life. BUT, what would it be like if you had the sexual relationship you wanted? or the intimacy you wanted? I provide a supportive, safe, non-judgmental, and private place for you to talk about the problems and pains without fear of judgement, shame, or guilt. If you're in a place where you're starting to feel like "I gotta do something," then call me now: 1-888.910.3190 ext.11
(888) 910-3190 x11
Powder Springs, Georgia 30127
The Heart Matters Wellness Services LLC, Counselor  in Powder Springs
“At The Heart Matters Wellness Services we understand that life brings with it experiences of growth and fulfillment. However, life is also often sparse with a variety of challenges that at times are unmanageable. Our focus is on providing a safe and inviting atmosphere for teens and adults to tell their story, learn appropriate coping skills and achieve healing from challenges related to depressed mood, anxiety, anger, relational concerns, school issues, parenting, grief and loss. We thrive on offering a non-judgmental, strength based atmosphere to empower individuals with tools to support them in staying well.
(678) 563-9331
Powder Springs, Georgia 30127
Advantage Counseling & Testing Solutions, Counselor  in Powder Springs
“I have worked in a public health clinic counseling teens and adults on sexually transmitted diseases, prevention and education. My current experience includes counseling Middle and High School Students. I am an adjunct professor at Kennesaw State University preparing students in a test preparation course for college entrance exams. My day to day exposure to adolescents is why I believe it is important to understand the developmental stages as it applies to issues encountered. I provide realistic strategies and techniques specific to each age group and my goal is to improve relationships and reduce emotional suffering.
(678) 723-3568
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Powder Springs, Georgia 30127
Bethany Davis, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Powder Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LAMFT
“I am an active, compassionate, and collaborative therapist who wants to journey with you toward wholeness. I believe we are created as whole and complete beings - our spirit, soul, and body are constantly interacting together. Wholeness is not perfection; rather it is all parts working together. When we function as we were created, we experience peace and fulfillment. I believe finding your sense of purpose is found through close and intimate relationships with God, others, and yourself. If you feel stuck from your past, overwhelmed by today, or fearful of tomorrow - take courage and know you can get through this.
(678) 820-7885
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Powder Springs, Georgia 30127
Clairice Allen, Counselor  in Powder Springs
“VETERANS: Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, National Guard, Reserves. No Man Left Behind. Are you an active duty member or veteran who feels that you have been left behind? If so, as an Army Veteran, I can help. As a service member, you may be experiencing feelings of anger, anxiety, stress, depression, isolation, fear, rejection and hopelessness. You may find difficulty reintegrating and transitioning back into civilian life. I will assist you by providing screening, diagnostic assessments and treatment to support you in overcoming barriers and challenges that you are currently facing.
(678) 929-5977
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Powder Springs, Georgia 30127
Angelia Holland Dunning, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Powder Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Do you feel something is holding you back from being your best? Do you feel that you are just surviving? Do you feel "stuck" and just need someone to discuss your options with? Do you have on-going difficulties and need someone to help you see things more clearly? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you are already on your way to getting unstuck!
(678) 899-6059
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Powder Springs, Georgia 30127
Connie Plunkett-Thompson, Counselor  in Powder Springs
“Children and young adults have unique needs when it comes to counseling. So much of their communication is nonverbal, it is important to have a variety of means for communicating with them. It is my goal to provide counseling that allows the child/young adult the opportunity to understand their struggles and reach solutions so that they grow into their greatest potential. A child/young adult is a member of a family. When one member is experiencing pain or other struggles, it impacts the whole family. I provide counseling to improve communication, establish family roles and growth as a family.
(678) 524-4448
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Powder Springs, Georgia 30127
Ashley Kemp, Counselor  in Powder Springs
“I believe that all of us at some point in our lives experience difficulties and need a secure, safe and non-judgmental place to "re-empower" ourselves. For this reason I have become passionate about providing just that place to help individuals reduce or alleviate the impact of depression, anxiety, stress and/or the effects of trauma and abuse.
(770) 609-4605
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Powder Springs, Georgia 30127
Rebecca S Blakeman, Psychologist  in Powder Springs
“With specialized training and experience in psychological testing and working with children and adolescents, I devote my practice to conducting comprehensive evaluations for learning disabilities (including dyslexia), ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorders, and other processing disorders (e.g., memory, processing speed, etc.). I take my work with children extremely seriously, as I believe early and accurate identification of problems can lead to interventions that are key to helping children have healthy, productive futures. I do not "enter lightly" into diagnoses, and therefore do not rely on 'brief' IQ meausures or academic 'screening' measures.
(404) 369-7433
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Powder Springs, Georgia 30127
Nina A White, Counselor  in Powder Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PhD, LPC, LMHC, MFT, NCC
“" I AM HERE FOR YOU!" focusing on promoting positive change in your lives as you face many of life's challenges. My intended goal is to improve the emotional and psychological health of clients. I believe this can be achieved through changing client's thinking patterns, and encouraging positive realistic thinking; thus resulting in positive change in client's behavior and lives. My therapeutic approach consists of treating, Families, Couples, Individuals, Marriage and Family issues, At-Risk-Youths and their Families, police officers, Domestic Violence among others. Counseling allows me to help assist in bringing balance and order into my clients lives through effective change.
(678) 838-8333 x117
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Powder Springs, Georgia 30127
Celeste Reichard, Counselor  in Powder Springs
“Do you want to have control of yourself, your children, your life? Would you love to feel calm and content? I can help you and your family discover new ways to communicate, manage strong emotions and to just feel better. Currently I am in private practice, but have been helping families and individuals since 2005 as a therapist in out-patient and in-patient mental health, and within the community. I also offer anger managment evaluations.
(770) 383-1075
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Powder Springs, Georgia 30127
Amani Amanda Mungo, Counselor  in Powder Springs
“My goal as a therapist is to help you discover the "TRUE" you. You and I will work together in a positive fashion to help you discover the source of the challenges within life. The primary goal is to work together to develop creative ways or alternatives to help you to live a healthier lifestyle allowing you to grow to your full potential.
(678) 701-6815
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Powder Springs, Georgia 30127
Scott Pennington, Counselor  in Powder Springs
“Using a Client-Centered approach and maintaining an optimistic view of an individuals behaviors, I believe all behaviors healthy or unhealthy are an attempt to cope with life's challenges. And although formal therapeutic methods are important to treatment; the most critical factor in healing is the client-counselor relationship. It is critical for you to be listened to in a nonjudgmental environment. I believe individuals who are motivated to change can accomplish whatever goals they set for themselves. I simply want you to get better and it's my passion and honor to be a part of that change.
(770) 464-5978 x101
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Powder Springs, Georgia 30127
Donna-Jean Owens, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Powder Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, MAC, CAMS
“I specialize in the areas of drug and alcohol addiction treatment, disruptive behavior disorders, anger management and mood disorders.
(678) 825-8607
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Powder Springs, Georgia 30127
Amy Kay, Counselor  in Powder Springs
“Are you lacking peace in your life or unsure which path to take? Choosing to enter into counseling is the first step towards a better quality of life. On this journey of life we travel all kinds of paths. Sometimes the path is scenic, sometimes it is a detour, and sometimes it is bumpy. No matter the path you are on, I am honored to assist you on your journey. Whether you are seeking peace, choosing which path to take, or relief from one of life's challenges, together we can choose the right path to a brighter tomorrow.
(678) 712-1973
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Powder Springs, Georgia 30127
Counseling Innovations, Counselor  in Powder Springs
“As a licensed professional counselor, my goal is to help individuals, couples, and families identify areas where change is needed to enhance growth, harmony, and balance in their lives. I take a holistic approach to therapy by incorporating a variety of therapeutic models in my practice including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Psychodynamic Therapy, Person Centered Therapy, Family Systems Therapy, Mindfulness Based Therapy (i.e., meditation, guided imagery, deep breathing), Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Play Therapy, Art Therapy, and Sand Tray Therapy.
(678) 919-1077
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Powder Springs, Georgia 30127
Ann Keller  in Powder Springs
“Life can be difficult sometimes. This is especially true if you are struggling to manage your moods or your relationships or both. Having a safe place to process your struggles and make plans to live life in an emotionally healthier place can be helpful. I enjoy helping people improve their relationships by improving themselves. Some of the areas I enjoy working with are: Anxiety, Panic Attacks, Panic Disorder, Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Phobias, Agoraphobia, Borderline Personality Disorder, Anger Management, and Sexuality. When people improve in these areas, they frequently also notice improvements in their relationships.
(770) 983-6552
Office is near:
Powder Springs, Georgia 30127

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