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for Therapists in Atlanta, Georgia including Counselors & Psychologists

Finding the right therapist is an important first step in a making positive change towards a healthier and happier you. Use the advanced search feature to filter your search results by therapist type, approach, zip code and more. By searching TherapyTribe's community of highly regarded mental health professionals, you can find your Atlanta therapist and get started on your journey to feeling and living better.

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Mrs. Margo Rice, LAPC, NCC, Counselor/Therapist

I am a Licensed Associate Professional Counselor, under direction and supervision. I assist individuals and couples in navigating through interpersonal conflicts and mental health concerns. My approach integrates cognitive-behavioral psychology, treating the symptoms of anxiety and depression.

2.22 miles from
30303

1100 Spring St NW Atlanta, Georgia 30309

t: 404-884-8824

w: www.margorice.com

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John R. Ballew, MS, LPC, Counselor/Therapist

My clients often seek help because depression, anxiety or relationship problems are interfering with their life satisfaction. I work with all kinds of people; LGBT concerns are a specialty of mine. Many of my clients are busy professionals who juggle the demands of work and personal life and want he

3.23 miles from
30303

537 Linwood Ave. NE Atlanta, Georgia 30306

t: (404) 874-8536

w: www.bodymindsoul.org

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Dr. Robert E. Dallas, Ph.D., LPC, Therapist

 

3.23 miles from
30303

4651 Roswell Rd. Suite 604 G Atlanta, Georgia 30306

t: 770-337-3243

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Dr. Ana Adelstein, Ph.D., Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Psychologist

My passion is helping people make positive changes in their lives and rewriting the stories they tell about themselves. I am known for being easy to connect with as well as action-oriented. I am also known for affirming my clients' right to decide what is good for them based on their own truths.

3.29 miles from
30303

675 Seminole Ave NE Ste 307 Atlanta, Georgia 30307

t: 678-701-9559 ext 101

w: Dr Ana Adelstein | Experienced Atlanta Psychologist

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Dana D. Robinson, EdS, LPC, Counselor/Therapist

My goal is to assist you to Live happily with mental, emotional, & spiritual wellness. I create a space for healing & transformation. I cater the sessions to fit your personal needs; using psychotherapy skills, spiritual counseling, intuitive healing modalities, and educational sessions just for you

3.7 miles from
30303

Atlanta, Georgia 30318

t: 770-778-0670

w: www.metaphysicalfreedom.com

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Dr. Richard E. Schultz, Ph.D., Psychologist

My therapeutic style is more interactive and direct than neutral, and I work hard to help my patients progress toward their goals as quickly as possible. If you really want to feel better now, I'll help you get there beginning at session one.

4.74 miles from
30303

18 Lenox Pointe, NE Suite A Atlanta, Georgia 30324

t: 404-277-8690

w: www.drschultz.org

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Dr. Melissa D. Sexton, PhD, MDiv, LMFT, Marriage and Family Therapist

Change happens when people tell stories. As a therapist trained to listen, I bring an authentic curiosity into my work with people that helps create new pathways for growth. My goal is to help you realize greater meaning in your life which frees you to love deeply, laugh often, and hope securely.

5.28 miles from
30303

108 E. Ponce de Leon, Suite 215 Decatur, Georgia 30030

t: 678-640-2726

w: www.decaturcounseling.com/index.html

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Sheri Hardin, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist

When your relationship is broken, the pain can feel frustrating or overwhelming. I can help you to regain your sense of peace, joy, and hope for the future whether in your relationship, or if you are in the process of or needing to get out of it. Help is only a phone call away!

5.28 miles from
30303

317 W. Hill St Suite 101 Decatur, Georgia 30030

t: 404-424-8488

w: SDH Counseling, LLC

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S.D.Colosetti, PhD, PC

I am a licensed therapist with over 20 years of experience in working with adults who want to enjoy their lives and are willing to explore new options. I believe that the relationship between us is an essential tool in healing. I practice the principle "more curiosity, less judgment."

5.28 miles from
30303

315 W.Ponce de Leon Ave, Suite 847 Decatur, Georgia 30030

t: 4045180828

w: www.drsharman.com

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Tyneisha Harris, MA, LPC, Therapist

I am committed to you as a vibrant, connected, unified being. I recognize all of our potential to heal and to be whole! And so I invite you to partner with me to embark today on your journey of creating lasting healing and ultimate wellbeing. "The only journey is the jorney within"

5.28 miles from
30303

544 Medlock Rd. Suite 106 Decatur, Georgia 30030

t: 404-980-7034

w: www.integratedwellnessoutreach.com

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There are many establishments in the Atlanta area working hard to assist those in need such as the National Alliance of Mental Illness: Georgia and the Dept. of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities. They seek to provide treatment and support for various mental health issues being dealt with in Atlanta. For those seeking help with their personal issues, TherapyTribe has made the search simple, by allowing you to search by city, symptom, and method of treatment.

Georgia has an overall population of 4.2 million people, 622,000 of those people in Atlanta are involved in some sort of illicit drug use, with cocaine being the most prevalent drug used. Of those using drugs, 8.3 percent have a substance abuse problem, and 5.6 percent of the population have experienced a major depressive episode in the past year. The mental health professionals in this city have the necessary experience to deal with these issues and others such as anxiety, grief counseling, and family affairs.

There are also several resources available to you that can help you to better identify, and understand what you're going through, helping you make a more informed decision about your care provider. Some of the most helpful topics to research for those living in Atlanta are anxiety, addiction, family services, and career counseling.

By reading this well-researched information, you can have a better understanding of what you're feeling and experiencing. If you find that your symptoms are similar to something you have read, you can enter your zip code and find a therapist in your area. Many of the therapists listed do take insurance, so check with your insurance provider to make sure that the person you choose is covered. You should also feel free to discuss insurance issues when you contact your selected therapist.

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You can choose from Psychiatrists and Psychologists to Hypnotherapists, Life Coaches, and Art Therapists. Each person will respond differently to certain approaches, so you can research the profiles of therapists who use these various methods, and discuss with them what would work best for you. It's important to take care of yourself.