Brad Hieger, Ph.D.
5975 Parkway North Blvd., Suite 300 D, Cumming, Georgia 30040
Feeling stuck? I work with individuals and couples to help you get "unstuck." My main specialty areas include relationship issues, depression, anxiety, and career concerns. Nearly twenty years of counseling people from all walks of life has shown me that strength-based approaches to counseling can be very successful. We won't just look at what's going wrong....we'll also explore what you're doing well and build on that. Solutions are possible and change should be expected, not just hoped for!
David Solovey, Ph.D.
7302 Jarnigan Rd., Chattanooga, Tennessee 37421
I have been in practice as a Clinical Psychologist for over 30 years. This provides me with a wide array of tools to use to address problems presented in my office. I remain solution focused and address the skills we need to learn and repetitive bad habits we need to replace. We often keep doing the same things that cause us problems. Often how we interpret things around us sets us up to react. Using cognitive behavior modification helps us interrupt the cycle of misinterpretation and engage events as they really are.
Wendy Dickinson, Ph.D.
4411 Suwanee Dam Road, Suite 440, Suwanee, Georgia 30024
I work primarily from a strengths based perspective. Instead of looking focusing on the problems or "illness" that people have, I work to increase their coping and build on their strengths. I believe that anyone can get better if they want to. Most of the time clients are stronger than they think that they are - they only need strategies, tools, and encouragement to achieve their goals. I have worked successfully with people who struggle with a variety of concerns from dating to heroin addictions, eating disorders to career concerns. By working to connect the dots from past patters to future goals, we are able to see tangible results over time.
Jan Sherbak, PsyD, CEDS
3097 Broad Street (at the base of Lookout Mountain), Chattanooga, Tennessee 37408
Working as a clinical psychologist for more than 15 years, my approach to treatment uses the Internal Family Systems model of therapy (IFS). Have you ever said to yourself "a part of me thinks it's a good idea but another part of me doesn't" or "there's a part of me that knows what I should do but another part that says don't worry about it?" If you are like most people you may find yourself from time to time being a war with yourself. I also incorporate Cognitive-Behavioral therapy which focuses on examining and changing thoughts and behavioral patterns that might be standing in the way of a healthy, happy life.