Stephen Ellis, Ph.D
Licensed Christian Counselor
109 Leader Dr., Piedmont, South Carolina 29673
Psychotherapy can be defined as "talk therapy." The main goal of this type therapy is to help people talk through their problems with the intent of them working through their issues. Our approach to the counseling process is a little different than this. We have more of a training process approach to helping people work through their problems. That training process involves taking a deeper look at the cause of their problems. Then we give Biblical counsel as to what a person can do to change their thinking about specific problems that will cause a change in their behavior.
Benita A. Esposito, MA, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor and Life Coach
48 Haralson Place, Suite 3, Blairsville, Georgia 30512
Psychotherapy is a powerful tool to help you understand yourself and others. Individual psychotherapy will help you identify your Authentic Self, your true essence, your spirit. This is who God intended you to be, your divine blueprint. You'll learn how to heal emotional wounds so that you stop repeating self-defeating patterns. You'll learn to love yourself right where you are. You can finally drop the need to be perfect so you can find inner peace. I'm passionate about helping you thrive, not just survive. I am a big advocate of couples counseling to help each individual heal and grow into their Authentic Self. Our relationships make a huge impact on our ability to function well.
Sarah Bryan, Board Certified Christian Counselor
Board Cert. Christian Counselor, CTC
Gainesville, Georgia 30506
Psychotherapy, or personal counseling , involves fostering an intentional interpersonal relationship in order to help a client or patient solving a variety of problems associated with normal life stress. I aim to increase an individual's sense of well-being, encourage new patterns of thinking, and help my clients find the skills necessary to cope with life's more difficult seasons in a healthy, confident way. Call today for an appointment. (770) 548-3034
Trish Hastings, MA, LPC, NCC
Licensed Professional Counselor, National Cert. Counselor
Gainesville, Georgia 30501
What is psychotherapy? It is a fancy word that simply says that you are digging down to deal with the root causes with a therapist rather than just addressing the surface symptoms. By working toward resolving the root causes, your symptoms can subside and possibly go away all together. It is possible to get unstuck and move forward toward health, well-being, and proactive change. Although it may not be easy at times, it can be fulfilling, exciting, and inspiring.
Bridgette Morris, BCCC
Board Certified Christian Counselor
Do you ever feel too overwhelmed to deal with your problems? If so, you're not alone. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, more than a quarter of American adults experience depression or anxiety in any given year. Bridgette's compassionate style and expertise in psychotherapy makes her a perfect choice to help you. Working together you will resolve the underlying issues which fuel ongoing issues leading to healing and allow for positive growth in your life.
Andrew Johnston, MDiv, MA, LPCI
710 Pettigru St, Greenville, South Carolina 29601
We are amazingly complex beings, especially when it comes to our psychology. Current research is showing that much of our behavior is driven by deeper, more emotion-based parts of the brain. Therefore, my approach to therapy addresses both the immediate, short-term habits of behavior, as well as the deeper roots of our feelings. Depression, anxiety, fears, anger... all these can be the result of unresolved feelings and injuries. Together, we can explore the most effective approach to healing.
D Charles Williams, Ph.D
Licensed Psychologist and Marriage & Family Therapist
1751 South Lumpkin Street, Athens, Georgia 30606
There are times in our lives when we may wish we had a better understanding of why we feel the way we feel or do the things we do. At these points there is often a greater sense of urgency to examine how we may have come to where we are, learn from our mistakes and become more of the person we would really like to be. Psychotherapy provides many of the potential benefits toward this end to help us develop the kind of life we would like to live