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According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, approximately 6.7 percent of American adults -- or roughly 14.8 million people -- live with symptoms of major depression. While depression is one of the most treatable forms of illness, it still requires a competent and qualified mental health professional to assist you with your recovery and the on-going battle you'll face even in your post-therapy recovery. Depression is a lifelong illness and just because the symptoms aren't currently present, doesn't mean that they can't re-surface at any time. Finding a qualified mental health practitioner in Alpharetta, Georgia is the key to treating depression -- as well as other disorders such as bipolar disorder, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, or even addiction -- effectively.

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Eddie Reece, MS, LPC Psychotherapist, Business Consultant, Educator , Licensed Professional Counselor

Not getting along? You've come to the right place. Many of the problems you face involve relationships. Improving relationships is what I do. Call now to improve the relationships in your life! I can also help with anxiety and many other issues.

Downtown Alpharetta Alpharetta, Georgia 30009

t: 770.671.1814

w: Getting Along Inc.

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McConaghie Family Counseling

Life can be difficult; we can help. We focus on helping people use their own strengths to find real solutions to problems. You can expect acceptance and caring at MFC, but we go beyond that to provide the expertise and guidance you need to make your life and relationships better.

5755 North Point Parkway, Suite 75 Alpharetta, Georgia 30022

t: 770-645-8933

f: 770-645-0364

w: www.mcconaghiefamilycounseling.com

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Kathleen W. Shack, M.S., LMFT, Marriage and Family Therapist

Are you frustrated in your current relationship? Do you and your partner seem to have the same arguments over and over again? Has your partner told you things are not going well?

Pay attention! Don't dismiss their complaints! Kathleen can help you minimize the negativity and find solutions.

3534 Old Milton Parkway Family Solutions Counseling, LLC Alpharetta, Georgia 30005

t: 678-220-0090

w: www.MFTGA.com

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Dr. Maureen Keown, Psy.D., Psychologist

I create a friendly, non-judgmental 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. The unique relationship is the key to change.


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Stephanie Schiller, MSW, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist

Relationships make up the core of our lives. When things aren't going well, we tend to feel unsettled. My job is to help guide you through these personal ups and downs enabling you to decide which road to take to achieve happiness, peace and fulfillment in your life.

6740 Jamestown Dr. Alpharetta, Georgia 30005

t: 770.337.3281

w: www.tworoadscounseling.com

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Darlene Cooper, MA, LPC, Counselor/Therapist

Sometimes life gets difficult. It can be hard to ask for help with depression, anxiety, relationship problems but at Family Counseling Associates of North Georgia we can help. We specialize in many areas: individual, marriage, couple and child therapy.

11675 Century Drive Suite C Alpharetta, GA 30009 Alpharetta, Georgia 30009

t: 1-888-850-4891 x 22

f: 888-447-9197

w: Family Counseling Associates of North Georgia

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Lisa Van Der Merwe, LCSW, Counselor/Therapist

Welcome and thank you for taking the time to learn more about my counseling practice. I specialize in marriage and couples counseling, helping teenagers and their families, and individuals struggling with depression, stress, and anxiety.

162 Prospect Place Alpharetta, Georgia 30005

t: 770-356-4408

w: www.lvcounseling.com

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Nancy Shertok, MSW, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist

With over 25 years experience, I offer individual and couple therapy to teens and adults. I have a compassionate style, yet direct approach to help you improve your mood and reduce conflict in your life. Call or email to schedule an appointment. Let's meet and talk.

162 Prospect Place Alpharetta, Georgia 30005

t: (678) 929-5905

w: My Website

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Dr. Gail Reece, PhD, LPC, Certified Criminal Justice Addictions Specialist, Licensed Professional Counselor

My specialties are marriage counseling, addictions, ADHD supportive therapy, men's issues, and child/teen/family therapy.

6740 Jamestown Dr. Alpharetta, Georgia 30005

t: 678 339 1221

w: reececounseling.com

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Stephanie Robins, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist

My therapy style is fresh, fun, nurturing, and non-judgmental. I provide a professional, positive, and safe environment for my clients to be themselves. My therapy approach is both directive and interactive.

3180 North Point Parkway, Suite 101 Alpharetta, Georgia 30005

t: 4048495505

f: 6784568857

w: Robins Family Therapy, LLC

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Alpharetta is a quiet middle class suburb about 20 miles outside of Atlanta, Georgia. This affluent suburb of Fulton County boasts a population of 57,551 and features below average crime rates, unemployment numbers, and above average graduation rates, average salary, and median home prices -- when compared to Georgia-wide averages.

Of Georgia's 9.7 million residents approximately 350,000 adults live with serious mental illness. In this case, "serious mental illness" is defined as mental illness that requires treatment or prescription in order to manage systems that affect day-to-day life. The US Department of Health and Human states that Georgia has a higher than average rate of teen depression with 31% (23% male, 39% female) of high school student's grades 9-12 suffer from depressive symptoms. When asked, 31% of high school student's grades 9-12 responded that they had felt sad or hopeless during the previous 12 months before the survey. While this isn't an extremely accurate way to measure depressive behavior, it is about 3% higher than the national average.

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) also reports that Georgia as a whole is largely inadequate at dealing with mental illness with their public mental health system. The system only provides services to 21% of adults who live with serious mental issues, and spent just $61 per capita on mental health agency services, which accounts for just 1% of the statewide spending budget. In addition, 52-percent of Georgia state mental health spending was on community mental health services, with 48-percent being spent on state hospital care. This ratio is well outside the national average with the nationwide distribution featuring 70-percent on community mental health services and 28-percent on state hospital care.