Lesbian Issues Therapists in Atlanta

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Julie Hassell, Psychologist  in Atlanta
Psychologist, PhD
“Those who contact me are struggling with internal and external blocks to happiness.They may be experiencing anxiety or depression, loneliness, loss and grief, illness or trauma, and feel unable to change themselves or their environment. Much unhappiness is created by no longer useful coping devices. Therapy is a change agent that helps us create new thinking and behavior patterns, and move toward emotional growth, wholeness, and realization of our dreams. All that's required is the acknowledgement of the need for an inner change, and the willingness to engage the therapy work necessary to allow such change to manifest.
Lesbian Issues
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
(404) 348-0790
Glenda Corwin, Psychologist  in Atlanta
Psychologist, PhD
“I'm a clinical psychologist with a general adult practice, working with individuals and couples in same-sex and opposite-sex relationships. In addition, I lead groups and workshops on anxiety management, GLBT issues, and sexual health for women. For more information and a brief video, please visit my website, www.DrGlendaCorwin.com.
Lesbian Issues
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
(404) 633-0071 x3
Katherine Bruss, Psychologist  in Atlanta
Psychologist, PsyD
“Throughout the ages, humankind has always sought the truth. It is even truer today that people are constantly searching for answers. We are a YouTube nation that yearns for proof of truth in pictures. But, truth is often intangible, especially if we don't have clearly defined goals. Psychotherapy is about finding clarity that is true for you. It is only when you find your own truth that you can live your life fully. By discovering your own path, your view of reality can change forever.
Lesbian Issues
Office is near:
Atlanta, Georgia 30306
(678) 752-4614
Elizabeth L Edge, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Life transitions are challenging whether it is navigating high school, adjusting to a child growing up, or realizing you are not where you expected at this point in life. My experience has been with people who have turned to alcohol, drugs, food, sex, or self-injury to cope with various life events. Others have shut down in the form of depression or paralyzing anxiety. Essentially the ways of handling life’s stressors are no longer effective, and in these moments we need help. I enjoy working with people who have a desire to learn how to better navigate their transition.
Lesbian Issues
Office is near:
Atlanta, Georgia 30306
(404) 566-6455
Kim Lee Hughes, Counselor  in Atlanta
Counselor, PhD, NCC
“I am a believer. I believe in the positive power of the human spirit. I believe there is more good in humanity than bad. I believe in the power of relationships and their ability to shape and direct our lives. I believe that collective works is the way to build individual success. I believe in the healing nature of genuine attention in the presence of radical listening. I believe that the rapport between a therapist and client can transform lives.
Lesbian Issues
Office is near:
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
(404) 330-9970
Afton Murphy, Counselor  in Atlanta
Counselor, MS, LPC
“Afton Murphy earned her Masters Degree in Clinical Counseling with a specialization in Addiction Disorders at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Afton has always adored children, but truly developed a passion for working with children interning at a foster care agency during her graduate training. Afton not only helps kids/adolescents develop skills to improve their lives, but also works with parents and/or caregivers to successfully implement behavior modifications at home. Helping children better understand themselves and their behaviors is usually the main goal, but helping the child and the parent understand each other is just as important.
Lesbian Issues
Atlanta, Georgia 30306
(269) 405-4589
Melissa Lester Olson LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Welcome. My practice is devoted to women and women's issues, especially emotional overeating, weight management, anxiety, depression and shifting sexual orientation over the life span. All of this work presents an ideal opportunity to resolve long-standing anxiety, depression, and relationship challenges and results in a more peaceful, joyful and effective role in your own life. I welcome all women seeking more peace, joy, self-acceptance and power in their life. It is easiest to reach me initially by email at melissalester.lcsw@hushmail.com. I also invite you to visit my website melissalesterlcsw.com.
Lesbian Issues
Atlanta, Georgia 30308
(678) 681-9895
Jennifer A Watts, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“If you have reached a point in your life where you find yourself struggling with difficult feelings, thoughts, decisions, or behaviors--or if you are facing difficulties in your relationship--psychotherapy can help you find your way forward. For over nine years I have provided psychotherapy in Metro Atlanta, working with individuals and couples on issues related to depression and anxiety, relationships, sexual identity, life transitions, and personal growth and development. I would welcome the opportunity to work with you, and I invite you to visit my web site to learn more about me and my practice: www.PsychotherapyInAtlanta.com.
Lesbian Issues
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
(404) 369-8263
Dee Desnoyers, Counselor  in Atlanta
Counselor, PhD, LPC, RPT-S
“I am a licensed professional counselor and registered play therapist (supervisor) specializing in child, adolescent, and adult psychotherapy. In my practice, I have two broad specialties: working with the LGBTQ community and providing play therapy for children (for more information, please view my website). In addition to these areas of specialization, I enjoy working with adolescents and adults who struggle with anxiety or depression, interpersonal difficulties, low self-esteem, those who feel stuck in self-defeating patterns, and those who feel unfulfilled in their lives.
Lesbian Issues
Office is near:
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
(404) 946-8929
Kathi E Martin  in Atlanta
“Sufi poet, Rumi, once said; "Don't be satisfied with stories, how things have gone with others. Unfold your own myth." Many of us are living a life that has been pre-defined in various ways. We have been constricted by our fears; shamed by our challenges; troubled by identity concerns, and confined by the limits and expectations of our family, friends, and environment. Is this the best reality for you, or does your authentic self have a greater idea for your life? I can help individuals, couples, and families unfold a more positive, authentic, and powerful future.
Lesbian Issues
Office is near:
Atlanta, Georgia 30341
(470) 296-2362
Maya Lemberg  in Atlanta
“As a warm, heart-centered, intuitive counselor, I am deeply interested in accompanying my clients in their journey to health, happiness, and wholeness. In facilitating a safe healing space for children, adults, couples and groups, we gently explore what emerges in the present moment, letting the session organically unfold. I am welcoming clients who want to step into an authentic, more peaceful, more empowered and expansive place within themselves. I work with those experiencing stress, anxiety, depression, relationship turmoil, spiritual or existential issues, grief, life transitions, women's issues, or those simply wanting to find deeper contentment in their lives.
Lesbian Issues
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
(770) 545-6928
Dana Goldman, Counselor  in Atlanta
Counselor, LPC, NCC
“I specialize in helping clients calm their minds, lift their moods, channel their energy, make authentic connections, and find clarity about the future. I'm experienced in treating people dealing with anxiety, depression and life transitions. Other areas of focus include self-harm, behavior problems, fertility issues, stress, sexuality, trauma, grief and loss. I have special training in family therapy, play therapy for kids and mindfulness based stress reduction. My counseling office is conveniently located in the Old Fourth Ward area of Atlanta, close to Midtown, Downtown, Virginia-Highlands, Emory University, Georgia Tech and Decatur.
Lesbian Issues
Atlanta, Georgia 30308
(404) 620-6463
Meade Fields, Counselor  in Atlanta
Counselor, MS, LAPC, NCC
“Working from a person-centered perspective, I believe that the therapeutic relationship is one of the most important components for change. I offer an empathetic space to explore your goals toward recovery. I use a variety of theoretical approaches, including all types of CBT, solution-focused, interpersonal, psychodynamic, and existential. Specializing in eating disorders, I begin the therapeutic relationship with the belief that full recovery is possible. I understand that the development of an eating disorder is complex, and I have experience addressing such co-existing issues as anxiety, depression, trauma, OCD, family of origin issues, and personality disorders.
Lesbian Issues
Atlanta, Georgia 30338
(770) 285-5675 x215
Ruth Cochran, Counselor  in Atlanta
Counselor, MS, LAPC, NCC
“I work with individual adults and couples; my therapeutic focus involves helping you gain insight into limiting self-perceptions and behavior patterns to manage stress, create new meaning, and to achieve the clarity, balance and interpersonal effectiveness that you're seeking. I approach therapy collaboratively, using mindfulness and meditation as central tools for awareness-building and transforming moment-to-moment experience. I am EMDR-trained and incorporate this modality into sessions for accelerating the healing process.
Lesbian Issues
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
(404) 382-5822
Deborah Prudden Lathrop, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LMSW
“I have three main passions in life that have directed my career path: relationships ,individuals in crisis and gifted individuals. I know what it takes to help all three flourish, in spite of the obstacles they face. As a caring, empathic, yet direct therapist I can help premarital couples prepare for what lies ahead, and help couples in a committed relationship rediscover their passion. Individuals in crisis will find warm acceptance. Gifted individuals of all ages will find that my intimate knowledge of their emotional overexcitabilities helps me guide them through social, emotional and educational obstacles to reach their full potential.
Lesbian Issues
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
(678) 820-6418
Christy Burkett, LPC, Counselor  in Atlanta
“"Today you are you, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is youer than you." -- Dr. Suess. Children & adolescents experience frustration, confusion & low self esteem as they grow & face challenges. Kids often struggle with social life, feelings of isolation & being misunderstood. This can create home & school environments filled with tension. Stress to perform & achieve, divorce, or loss of loved ones may result in excessive strain on young people. They may be unable to see a way out of the chaos. With all these pressures, I offer children, adolescents, families & schools guidance & support tailored to your needs.
Lesbian Issues
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
(404) 783-2079
Tim McDaniel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Are you a straight male wanting to better understand yourself, your life and your emotions? Are you a gay male over 45 who is in the process of coming out and seek a safe place to talk? If so, I might be able to help you. I enjoy working with gay and straight men who are looking to better understand themselves as well as find out where, and how, they fit in the world.
Lesbian Issues
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
(404) 369-7836
Rochelle Galletti, Counselor  in Atlanta
Counselor, MA, LPC
“My style is nurturing, empowering, compassionate, and when needed gently challenging. I work collaboratively with my clients in helping them to develop specific goals and strategies they can use to overcome obstacles that are causing distress. While my approach to therapy is tailored to each individual client's needs, I primarily utilize cognitive behavioral therapy in my work with clients. This type of therapy focuses on changing maladaptive thinking patterns that often contribute to problems like anxiety, depression, low-self-esteem, anger, addictions, and relationship conflicts.
Lesbian Issues
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
(404) 994-2984 x1011
Kirsten Justice, Counselor  in Atlanta
Counselor, MEd, NCC, LPC
“Welcome. The relationship between client and therapist is one of the most important factors for success in therapy. My counseling approach is warm, empathetic and respectful. My goal will be to develop a strong, positive relationship with you, from which we will invite curiosity and interest about your experiences and challenges in life. I believe that through our work, you can increase your compassion for yourself and others, expand your capacity for meaningful relationships, and create a more satisfying and fulfilling life.
Lesbian Issues
Atlanta, Georgia 30312
(919) 344-0823
Barbara Anne Thomason, Psychologist  in Atlanta
Psychologist, PhD
“Having been trained in a humanistic/holistic model of therapy (Experiential, Gestalt, Psychodynamic, Family Systems), I have adhered to what is now called an “integrative” approach to mental health issues. Specifically, when I engage with a client we focus on the interaction of all the dimensions of his or her life, i.e., biological, psychological, social, behavioral, and spiritual. Subsequently, we embark on an exciting journey together to explore a path that leads to a more optimal state of well-being and a greater sense of wholeness.
Lesbian Issues
Atlanta, Georgia 30308
(678) 710-3380

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