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Therapists in Valdosta

Pat Patten, Pastoral Counselor  in Valdosta
Pastoral Counselor, DCC, MDiv, LCCC
“I work with couples, families and individuals. I counsel from a Christian perspective offering insight, encouragement and guidance from a biblical worldview. I also reference Christian literature on marriage, family and healthy individuals. I also work with temperaments (personality types) in helping people better understand themselves and those they are in relationship with.
(229) 518-3044
Valdosta, Georgia 31602
Judy Martin Trexler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Valdosta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Given the years I have been in practice, I have had an abundance of experiences with a varied population and issues. I am fortunate to have practiced with extremely knowledgeable and skillful clinicians. I treat my clients with courtesy and respect; as I expect my friends and family to be treated should they need assistance. I give 100% in assisting them in resolving their issues. If I can't help them, I'll help them find some one who can.
(229) 299-4362
Valdosta, Georgia 31602
“I am eager to work with anyone who needs mental health therapy or addiction counseling. I have more experience working with those individuals who have been abused or suffered a traumatic event. I enjoy working with individuals who suffer with an addiction as well. My ideal client would be an individual who is ready to address issues of mental health or substance abuse.
(229) 469-8615
Valdosta, Georgia 31605
Demetria M Hill, Counselor  in Valdosta
“I believe that self-sufficiency is the key to success. Empowerment and training can make a huge difference in one's future and outcome. I enjoy working with goal-oriented children, teenagers, men and women who are serious about making positive changes in their lives whether it is through counseling or coaching. I treat each person as an individual and design their treatment with their needs in mind. My approach is eclectic and holistic and I prefer to treat the whole person instead of pieces. By helping others to succeed regardless of our ages and stage in life. I succeed.
(229) 255-2458
Valdosta, Georgia 31601
Robin Manion Dees, Counselor  in Valdosta
“I have been a licensed therapist for over 12 years. I enjoy being able to help clients on an individual, relational and family basis. Deciding to come to therapy can be a difficult and personal choice and my job is to help one define what is best suited for one's needs and life changes. Navigation of life circumstances can be challenging and finding your strengths and assets to guide you helps in coping.
(239) 204-5101
Valdosta, Georgia 31602
Michelle Alden, Counselor  in Valdosta
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MS, LPC, NCC, CAMS, II
“I am a fully licensed, bilingual clinician working with a diverse population. Since 2010, I have worked with Adolescents and Children as well as with families, and groups.The populations were diverse anywhere from depression, multiple personalities, trauma victims, alcohol abuse, physical/emotional and sexual abuse, anxiety, anger management, self-mutilators, bipolar, bullying victims, OCD, conduct/Oppositional, some eating disorders, grief self-esteem to name a few
(888) 597-5167
Valdosta, Georgia 31605
Kelly D Jones, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Valdosta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I enjoy working with a wide range of client populations and the challenges faced by each. When asked "what kind of clients" I see in my practice, my answer is always the same, that "I see normal people with normal problems." My goal is to provide a safe, therapeutic environment where one can share their innermost struggles and challenges without feeling judged or criticized, since it is my philosophy that we are all transforming and evolving from each experience or trial that we face. It is also my passion to empower each client with education, confidence and self-awareness.
(229) 234-8826
Valdosta, Georgia 31602
Greenleaf Center, Treatment Facility  in Valdosta
“Greenleaf Center is a 71-bed hospital dedicated to the treatment of behavioral health and chemical dependency issues affecting adolescents and adults. At Greenleaf Center we provide a safe, structured environment through the delivery of group, family, and individual counseling as well as medication management services. With a focus on quality clinical programs, payer partnerships and customer service, Greenleaf Center strives to be the preferred psychiatric treatment program in South Georgia. Employing board-certified psychiatrists, therapists from a variety of licensed clinical disciplines, and trained nursing staff, Greenleaf is dedicated to providing valuable care and treatment. Our dedicated team of mental health professionals ensures that each patient receives the most effective treatment possible that will provide them with the tools necessary to achieve a brighter future.
(844) 202-8338
Valdosta, Georgia 31602
Leah C. McMillan, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Valdosta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, DPA, LMFT
“Leah McMillan, DPA, LMFT has extensive clinical experience ranging from being a rape crisis advocate & domestic violence assessor, to a child/adolescent therapist, a clinical supervisor, & staff counselor/Interim/Assistant Director for VSU's Counseling Center (for over 8 years). In addition, I have been clinically licensed as a LMFT since 2006 and am an active member of AAMFT & GAMFT. My clinical path has allowed me to gain significant knowledge & experience in the field of mental health & counseling, specifically working with a diverse & unique population ranging from ages 5 and up and working with couples, individuals, families & children/adolescents.
(229) 515-8880
Valdosta, Georgia 31602
Karen K Nolan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Valdosta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Mental health therapy and skills training offered to children, adults, couples, and families for: Anger and stress management, anxiety and depression management, behavior modification, communication skills, conflict resolution, crisis intervention, personality disorders, post traumatic stress disorder.
(229) 233-0054
Valdosta, Georgia 31605
Depression Treatment - Greenleaf, Treatment Facility  in Valdosta
“Greenleaf Center is a 71-bed behavioral health and substance abuse treatment program, which is located in South Georgia. With a focus on quality clinical programs and clinical service, Greenleaf offers inpatient hospitalization, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, and traditional outpatient programs for adolescents and adults. Our programs are designed with to make sure that each patient establishes a strong foundation that they are able to build a successful recovery on. At Greenleaf we recognize that the path to our door has most likely been a long one and that the complications of your life have made an impact on you. It is our mission to accept the responsibility as the destination of each patient's journey. We provide a safe structured environment where our patients can begin the process of healing. With a focus on quality clinical programs, payer partnerships, and customer service Greenleaf Center strives to be the preferred psychiatric treatment program in South Georgia.
(844) 209-7067
Valdosta, Georgia 31602
Christen Cribbs, Counselor  in Valdosta
“Are challenging life circumstances causing you to feel stuck? Is anger pushing your loved ones away? I am a licensed professional counselor who can help you or your loved ones work towards healing and positive growth. In a professional, non-judgmental and confidential setting, I will address challenges such as relationship problems,depression, worry, grief, adjustment issues, anger, trauma and anxiety. Counseling is always individually tailored to meet your specific needs. Types of counseling include individual, couple and/or family. I understand that reaching out for professional help is a courageous action; I respect and admire this strength in each and every client.
(229) 389-2074
Valdosta, Georgia 31605
Renewed Mind Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Valdosta
“The mission of Renewed Mind is to help in the healing process of those who are hurting. In doing this, one can focus on restoring themselves in the areas where they are afflicted, and equipping them with everything they need in order to live a fulfilling, successful life. Renewed Mind is a strengths based, solution focused center and counsels in the areas of anxiety, depression, substance abuse, maternal care advocacy, intimate partner violence, individual/couples counseling, life coaching, and parenting. I work with adolescents as well as adults and use a biblical approach in helping you meet your goals.
(229) 269-4924
Valdosta, Georgia 31605
Stephany Norris, Counselor  in Valdosta
“I strive to create an empathic, comfortable, and professional environment for my clients. I work with all types of individuals who struggle with many areas of difficulty. Any problem is not too big or too small; whether you are attempting to overcome a long term mental health issue, or are having difficulty adjusting to a life change. I love my work and I enjoy helping others work through life's many challenges. I care about taking a non-judgmental approach in evaluating and treating my clients, and I focus on pulling out personal strengths so that you are better prepared and enabled to find solutions.
(229) 389-3042
Valdosta, Georgia 31605
James S Danner,   in Valdosta
“I have successfully counseled many couples and individuals for over 30 years through a variety of marital and personal issues. There are answers and healing is possible! I have been married to my wonderful wife, Susan, since 1979. I counsel using a practical yet Grace-oriented, Biblical approach. My approach is to address issues of mind and heart as well as provide nuts and bolts strategies to provide not only immediate relief and hope but long term healing and wholeness. Member: American Association of Christian Counselors, Association of Biblical Counselors and American Academy of Biblical Counselors.
(229) 506-2664
Valdosta, Georgia 31602
Lifetime Counseling & Management Services, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Valdosta
“Lifetime Counseling and Management Services focuses on creating a comfortable and stress-free environment all while providing high quality professional service. We strive to maximize happiness in the lives of all clients equipping them with brief, solution-focused treatment, a family-centered approach which demonstrates effectiveness, as well as other problem solving techniques which will potentially enable clients to make best life decisions. LaFrancine Wells Bradford has a Master's of Science degree in Marriage & Family Therapy, certified Greif Specialist, certified Trauma Professional and owner of Lifetime Counseling & Management Services.
(229) 442-9038
Valdosta, Georgia 31602
Patricia Cosey, Counselor  in Valdosta
“I have been a licensed therapist for 15 years and love working with people. I enjoy the therapeutic process and helping people to grow, change, develop, and become. I enjoy helping people develop a plan of self care in a safe and nonjudgmental setting.
(229) 269-4774
Valdosta, Georgia 31602
Kenya R. Barnes, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Valdosta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“I understand that there is not one particular mold or pattern that fits every issue or concern, one life does not fit all. I make every attempt to ensure that clients are in a comfortable environment free from conviction. I feel that a client should be able to come to a safe place to explore thoughts that are necessary to assist with resolving issues. The client should not feel judged or condemned for thoughts or actions that have been socially deemed wrong. What really matters is that the client has taken the initiative to receive help sorting what could not be resolved on their own.
(229) 442-9056
Valdosta, Georgia 31605
Bethany B Mcelyea, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Valdosta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LPC
“Bethany McElyea, M.S., L.P.C. received her undergraduate degree in Psychology from Wichita State University. She obtained a Masters degree in Clinical/Counseling Psychology from Valdosta State University. After graduation, she began working with families in the community providing in-home based wrap around counseling services. In 2010, she began providing individual counseling, family counseling, group counseling for foster children. She worked for Redirect Counseling Services, where she facilitated adult groups focused on providing substance abuse education as well as treatment for addiction disorders.
(229) 299-8122
Valdosta, Georgia 31602
Jessica D Wheeler, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Valdosta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I work with individuals who have a variety of mental health problems, such as depression, anxiety, mood disorders, ADHD, and marital concerns. I am also a certified affirmative LGBT psychotherapist, the only one in this area. I am certified to work with individuals and families who may be struggling with a range of gender, sexuality, societal or relationship problems.
(229) 515-4189
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Valdosta, Georgia 31606

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