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
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, MS, 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
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
Melissa Lester, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Welcome. My practice is devoted to women, and women's issues revolving around emotional eating, binge eating, weight management, anxiety, depression and shifting or changing sexual orientation later in life. 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, more joy, more self-acceptance, and more power in their life. I am best reached at melissalester.lcsw@hushmail.com. I invite you to visit my website melissalesterlcsw.com.
Lesbian Issues
Atlanta, Georgia 30308
(678) 681-9895
Afton Murphy, Counselor  in Atlanta
Counselor, MS, LAPC
“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
Dee Desnoyers, Counselor  in Atlanta
Counselor, MEd, 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 just 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
Jess A. McMillan, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“The prospect of beginning therapy can be a daunting one, and you must do your best to find the right therapist with whom you will share your fears, your pain, your hopes and your dreams. To be a part of someone's therapeutic journey is an honor and a privilege. If we work together, I can assure you that I will strive to honor your process and your goals for therapy. It is my aim to cultivate relationships with my clients that are founded in trust and compassion, and are characterized by a sense of warmth and security.
Lesbian Issues
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
(404) 334-3761
Anne Mayfield, Counselor  in Atlanta
Counselor, MS, NCC, LAPC
“A CSAT Candidate offering psychotherapy, hypnotherapy, EMDR, Rapid Resolution Therapy, and Breathwork, I specialize in behavioral and substance addictions, with particular expertise in sex, love, and relationship addiction. I also work with trauma, grief, depression, and anxiety. Counseling is, for me, about witnessing someone else's personal story and providing a safe place to experience the whole range of emotions. I provide a nurturing, supportive, and nonjudgmental environment in which to explore your issues. Together we will develop new strategies to help you deal with life's challenges so that you are better able to experience life's joys.
Lesbian Issues
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
(404) 664-7223
Haley Geddes, Psychologist  in Atlanta
Psychologist, PsyD
“I help individuals and couples overcome barriers, create positive change, and find fulfillment using evidence-based treatment methods. I work collaboratively with my clients to identify goals and create a treatment plan. I have training and experience working with a wide range of mental health diagnoses and problems.
Lesbian Issues
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
(678) 394-3675
Sandy L. Turner, LPC,   in Atlanta
“The therapeutic relationship is key to the therapeutic process. I create a safe and comfortable environment comprised of genuine caring, empathy, and without judgement. I bring the therapeutic tools for change, the clients bring their courage, willingness, and commitment to the work. The client is always the driving force for the direction and pace for change. I feel honored to partner with my clients in the amazing process of change and celebrate with them when they achieve their goals.
Lesbian Issues
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
(678) 865-4369
Susan Kupferberg, Psychologist  in Atlanta
Psychologist, JD, PhD
“It can be overwhelming to search for a psychologist, especially when you are already in distress. A comfortable fit between you and your therapist is by far the most essential ingredient in your healing process. I encourage people to be very thoughtful about selecting someone to work with, and to speak with several people if it doesn't feel right from the beginning. I welcome the opportunity to talk with potential clients about their needs, and view our initial conversation as an important first step toward healing.
Lesbian Issues
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
(404) 369-4980 x4
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
Chantea D Williams  in Atlanta
“I had an epiphany once on an airline flight as the plane shot above gloomy weather: Even when the clouds are grey the sky is blue. Dark clouds in your life can be temporary. Therapy can be a place to weather the storm. I enjoy helping people with general and social anxiety, depression, mood swings, learning disabilities, a pattern of bad relationships or who have trouble forming connections with other people. I also enjoy working with cross-cultural issues such as identity and microaggressions- subtle, often-hidden experiences of discrimination.
Lesbian Issues
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
(678) 585-6012 x104
Shawna Moss, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Do you feel you are the best version of you? I am a licensed clinical social worker who has been working with youth, families, individuals, couples and partners since 2005. I specialize in teaching people skills to manage trauma symptoms, decrease symptoms of anxiety and/or depression, learn ways to tolerate distress, improve interrelational skills and be more grounded and mindful. I also have a passion for helping people through life transitions, such as marriage, divorce, breakups, job loss, having children, etc. Treatment modalities I have training in and use are Family Systems, Client Centered, Solution Focused, TF-CBT, DBT, Family Preservation and CBT.
Lesbian Issues
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
(404) 996-1021
Cindy Stiles, Counselor  in Atlanta
Counselor, MS, LPC, NCC
“My goal as a therapist is to create a supportive, nurturing environment in which you feel comfortable exploring issues and challenges that may be keeping you from feeling fulfilled or achieving your goals. My therapy work is grounded in the belief that I am not an expert on clients' lives - they are. Though my knowledge and experience can help facilitate change, I believe the therapy relationship to be a collaborative one in which I help empower clients to identify and eliminate existing patterns of destructive thoughts and behaviors in order to lead authentic and fulfilling lives.
Lesbian Issues
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
(404) 549-6289
Bryanne Dade  in Atlanta
“When we are in emotional distress, it can feel as if we are the only ones that are experiencing that depth of darkness and there is no way out. What separates the Institute for Health, Hope & Success (IHHS) from other practices is that we focus not only on the therapy for one's immediate emotional crisis, but follow through to help our clients and their families adjust into a renewed emotional well-being.
Lesbian Issues
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
(404) 620-6909
Christine Wolff  in Atlanta
“I enjoy working with any client who has a desire to know themselves better. I believe that knowing oneself wholly can ease any internal, and then external battle that a client is striving to resolve. It is my goal to assist a client in discovering his or her authentic self by providing a safe environment for one to express oneself. I also aim to assist the client in identifying factors that may be obstacles to reaching his or her goals, and I do this by looking at the client's life from a holistic perspective.
Lesbian Issues
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
(404) 620-6612

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