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Therapists in Roswell

“I primarily enjoy working with families of children with developmental disabilities including Autism spectrum disorder, Intellectual disabilities, Learning difficulties, Neurodevelopmental disorders related to birth complications and genetic disorders. In addition to developmental testing, I provide consultation to parents of infants and toddlers regarding common childhood issues of Behavior Management,Toilet-training, Sleep problems, School refusal, and Separation Anxiety. Furthermore, I have training and experience working with children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Emotional-Behavior regulation issues related to Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, Anxiety disorders (Generalized anxiety, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Tic disorder), Adjustment issues (divorce, death, adoption), and Social skills difficulties.
(918) 721-0886
Roswell, Georgia 30076
Laura L Rencher, Psychologist  in Roswell
“I consider myself a generalist; yet, my forte is working with women. My favorite author, Harriet Lerner, Ph.D, calls her work "Voice Lessons," a phrase which also fits my therapeutic approach. I help women, regardless of age or stage in life, to identify their inner needs and desires. I strive to empower them to make important changes in their relationships and to find a balance between their needs and the demands of their busy lives. Lack of balance can be a result of feeling overwhelmed due to life's responsibilities and can result in a "silencing" of the self.
(678) 304-8714
Roswell, Georgia 30076
Dr. Maureen M. Keown, Psychologist  in Roswell
“I create a friendly, non-judgmental, safe environment for my clients that empowers them to succeed in making real changes in their lives. I view each person as capable of living life at their fullest potential and I help them set and meet their personal goals. I am compassionate and work at a pace that is comfortable for you. I have a special interest in helping people with depression, anxiety, weight problems, self-esteem issues, and victims of abuse. I also work with relationship issues, including difficulties that have arisen from past relationships or your family of origin.
(678) 250-6376
Roswell, Georgia 30075
Laura Beth Pagano Temin, Counselor  in Roswell
“No one has time or money to waste. If you are ready for something better, and want to work with someone who not only has an assortment of skills and experience, but works to help you resolve your problem or reach your goal quickly, then look no further. We can help with: Marriage Counseling, Professional and Personal Coaching, Hypnotherapy, Alcohol and Substance Abuse, Wellness Coaching, Counseling, Hypnotherapy, Couples Therapy, Premarital Therapy, Medical Hypnosis, Trauma Resolution and EMDR.
(678) 882-7597
Roswell, Georgia 30076
Elaine Bryant Barron,   in Roswell
“The need for connection-that yearning to both know others and to be known by them--often comes up empty. Many today feel alone while living in a sea of people. Why? My hunch is that many are so busy living their lives as mirrors of the projected desires of others that they fail to embrace and bring the beauty of who they really are to relationships. My ideal clients are recently separated or divorced individuals, singles who recognize their relationships as frequently going awry, and the marriage partner who has lost his/her "voice" within the context of relationship.
(678) 506-2660
Roswell, Georgia 30076
Kimberley L Benton, Psychologist  in Roswell
“Each of us possesses our own wisdom and experience times in our lives when messages from others or society in general make it difficult to hear that inner wisdom. It is the job of a therapist to help you find your own wisdom. Having another individual who is trained to listen and respond in a supportive yet challenging way makes therapy different from talking to a friend. It is sometimes difficult to push ourselves to make changes. I can serve as that external support while providing the accountability to make tough changes.
(678) 381-1687 x101
Roswell, Georgia 30076
“Welcome and I hope this will be a new path on your life's journey. This path can lead to a healthier and more balanced life for you as we explore and resolve conflicts and struggles that you are currently experiencing. You need not do it alone, we can walk this path together. One of the most important aspects of our work will be our therapeutic relationship based on trust, confidentiality and support. I believe it takes courage to enter into psychotherapy and to look deeply into our inner life.
(678) 250-6310
Roswell, Georgia 30075
Duane Farmer, Counselor  in Roswell
“I've learned that people have a sense that their lives could be much better and believe this is God-given. I also believe God helps in healing, especially of the heart and relationships. Mental and emotional help through therapy is like medical healing. In therapy you and I explore what is and is not working in your life. We look into your life to discover how you became wounded and discouraged and we begin to fashion a treatment plan. Therapy has changed incredibly in recent years and we now have the ability to rework negative impacts from the past.
(770) 365-6629
Roswell, Georgia 30075
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“As a therapist with more than 25 years of experience, I enjoy working with individuals, couples, and families empowering them to address and manage the situations in which they find themselves in ways that fit their values and God given talents. I have trained therapist throughout the United States to give parenting seminars that address , divorce, step family and marriage issues.. Best quote I have heard: . People don't stay in love with you because of how they feel about you, they stay in love because of how they feel about themselves when they are around you.
(678) 619-2817
Roswell, Georgia 30076
Patrick Edward Gilliland, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Roswell
“Hello! My name is Patrick Gilliland, a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, specializing in relationships and family dynamics. I help couples, families, and individuals improve communication, resolve conflict, and build skills to manage anxiety, depression, grief, and loss. Christian counseling, men's issues, and family roles are additional areas of special focus I provide. My undergraduate in Psychology is from Baylor University, Master of Arts in Marriage & Family Therapy from the University of Phoenix. I am in-network with Aetna, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Cigna, Magellan, Behavioral Health Systems, Multiplan, and several EAP providers. A sliding scale option is available.
(770) 212-2093
Roswell, Georgia 30075
Grace Mcintosh Faison, Counselor  in Roswell
“Life can be challenging. If you have come up against a bump in the road or are having a tough time navigating life's challenges it may be helpful to let someone else come alongside you professionally. I see my job as providing a safe place where you can come talk about any issues that are weighing you down while also obtaining assistance and accountability by having this regular place to check in while we work together to improve your life situation.
Roswell, Georgia 30076
Valerie Schwan, Counselor  in Roswell
“Does your child need extra support with problem solving or coping skills? I provide counseling to help with the anxiety, problem behaviors, and fears that keep children and teens from functioning optimally. I help children and teens believe in themselves as capable and confident and specialize in person-centered and strength based counseling. I work with young people to develop healthy self-esteem and life skills needed to be effective, happy and contributing individuals.
(678) 256-2778
Roswell, Georgia 30075
A Life Worth Living, Counselor  in Roswell
“I love to help individuals and couples who while on the road to Life's journey have become entangled, tired, confused, angry, lost, wounded or weary and are looking for a professional compus to help them find their " life worth living". I specialize in helping people move through crisis, transitions and chronic relational and behavioral cycles. I empower clients to move from thinking and living their problems to setting goals,taking action and learning to protect their progress. I create an atmosphere that is relaxed, informative and empowering during the therapy session.
(678) 256-2677
Roswell, Georgia 30076
Kenneth C. Frontman, Ph.D., PC, Psychologist  in Roswell
“My practice focuses on helping individuals and couples work through sources of frustration, repetitive behavior patterns, and distress symptoms. We also focus on the co-occurring issues such as substance use or other addictive behaviors, ways of coping in the past that now are counterproductive. My practice helps us discover alternatives to maladaptive coping patterns, resolving difficulties, and then achieve success that previously has been painfully elusive. I utilize a Systems-Oriented approach in individual, couples, and group therapy, helping us discover new ways to relate and function such that we create a way of life that we truly want to live in.
(678) 369-7557 x16
Roswell, Georgia 30076
Barbara Bogartz, Counselor  in Roswell
“For some of us it isnít easy to admit to another person that we are having difficulty handling personal problems However, what may seem like an overwhelming burden to one person can become a much lighter load when it is shared with a caring professional. I welcome the opportunity to work with you, offering my compassion, support and knowledge. My professional training and experience are backed up by many years of real life experience as a daughter, friend, wife and mother. Relieving emotional distress and assisting both individuals and couples to learn, grow and heal are my mission.
(678) 820-5190 x35
Roswell, Georgia 30076
Kirsten L. Moore, Psychologist  in Roswell
“Adults or children struggling with depression, anxiety, self-harming, academic/ learning/ developmental problems, hyperactivity, impulsivity, inattention, anger, acting out, misbehavior, parenting difficulties, trauma, abuse, and suicidality often speak with me first on the phone and then schedule an initial visit. We meet to discuss problems, diagnoses, goals, and a treatment plan, and most importantly, to determine whether there is a good fit between us. I specialize in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and I also conduct assessments.
(678) 644-0039
Roswell, Georgia 30076
Debbie Turner, Counselor  in Roswell
“Life is difficult especially when you think you are trying as hard as you can and you can't seem to get to where you want to be. I enjoy helping people discover new pathways of change that they were not aware of and walking that journey with them. Some of the issues that I work with are: Self-Esteem, Relationship or Family issues, Spirituality, Addiction, Pornography, Infidelity, and Divorce. I also care deeply about marriages that want more than an ordinary relationship. My goal is more than behavioral changes, it is transformation that will positively effect all relationships.
(470) 239-6444
Roswell, Georgia 30076
Stephanie Clark, Counselor  in Roswell
“My professional beliefs are based in theory that believes all people want to feel significant, connected and capable and therefore all behavior has a purpose. Patterns and themes develop in peopleís lives often discouraging them and at times can inhibit growth and or decrease abilities to function effectively. Many times our patterns and themes can be traced back several generations. I spend the first several sessions getting to know you, your family history and exploring current significant relationships. From these sessions, we will jointly agree to the goals of treatment.
(404) 953-5909
Roswell, Georgia 30075
Dian Stevenson, Counselor  in Roswell
“Thank you for your interest in learning more about my therapeutic services. I possess over 15 years of experience working with children, adolescents, & women. I specialize in TRAUMA, ANXIETY, & BEHAVIORAL concerns. I am EMDR & Trauma-Focused CBT trained. Uniquely, I use Talk and Expressive Arts (e.g. painting & experiential activities) in therapy to help clients explore emotions, self-regulate feelings, & learn coping strategies. I believe that there are deep reservoirs of strength & potential within each of us to overcome challenges. Talk therapy and the use of the Creativity in therapy broaden the client's opportunity to reach one's full potential.
(404) 620-2526
Roswell, Georgia 30076
Lynn Mary Karjala, Psychologist  in Roswell
“There's a myth in our culture that you can't ever get over traumatic events, so you have to learn to live with them. I don't believe that. Within a nonjudgmental, caring atmosphere, and using a blend of the best of traditional and innovative approaches, my experience is that even the deepest wounds can be healed.
(770) 450-5361
Roswell, Georgia 30076
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