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Lois Muir-McClain, M.A., LPC, NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor

1700 Tree Lane, Suite 260, Snellville, Georgia 30078

Psychotherapy can help you to gain increased understanding of yourself, to see yourself in relation to others, and to help you process your experiences and explore your options and new opportunities. I want to help you learn to love and accept yourself more, and to believe that deep inside, you contain the key to unlock the door to a happier, more meaningful, more fulfilling life. I don't create this for you; I am more of a guide that helps you get there so you don't have to go it alone. This is done in a therapeutic relationship that creates trust, emotional intimacy, in a space of privacy and confidentiality. You will be very comfortable with my warm, nurturing, and client-centered style.

Cindy McKee, LPC, NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor

1585 Old Norcross Road, Lawrenceville, Georgia 30046

When you say Psychotherapy, you are really saying counseling. I think that many people come in to therapy and they want to communicate about their life problems or hardships. I support this. If someone wants to talk, I am a good listener. I am a proactive person and I want to support people as they communicate their problems with actions as well as supporting their communication. The action plans are the types of therapies in which I specialize. If someone just wants to talk, then they miss out on positive change that can occur and greatly help them in life.

Kalpana Murthy, MBA, MS, LPC, NCC, DCC

Licensed Professional Counselor, Career Coach, Certified EMDR Therapist

Johns Creek, Georgia 30097

I offer brief, results-oriented psychotherapy. My approach is to identify and resolve how specific, unresolved upsetting or traumatic events are getting activated in present day situations and contributing to negative beliefs about yourself in certain situations or repetitive, self-sabotaging patterns in your personal relationships or at work. I have advanced training and experience in helping clients understand and heal from many types of distressing events. Often we think these experiences are not a big deal or no longer influencing us, but they often compromise your ability to be yourself, achieve your goals and enjoy life more. See the Client Reviews section of my website for more.

Sarah Bryan, Board Certified Christian Counselor

Board Cert. Christian Counselor, CTC

Johns Creek, Georgia 30097

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

Katherine Hammons, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

5400 Laurel Springs Parkway, Suite 1307, Suwanee, Georgia 30024

My work in psychotherapy draws heavily from the Cognitive Model (changing our thoughts to change feelings, and eventually behaviors), combined with an inter-relational and family system approach. As some therapists who approach counseling from a Christian worldview do not adhere to integrating psychotherapy into their practice, my experience has been otherwise. Not only does this integration of both have research indicating successful outcomes, but it lends itself exceptionally well to working with clients who have anxiety and depression. I believe one can provide effective psychotherapy and simultaneously maintain a Christian Worldview.

Wendy Dickinson, Ph.D.

Licensed Psychologist

4411 Suwanee Dam Road, Suite 440, Suwanee, Georgia 30024

We believe that in a perfect world, our close relationships would provide us the direction that we need to make important decisions, and to see personal growth and development. However, we live in an imperfect world. Most of us have probably felt relief after talking with a friend or family member about something that has been troubling us. Counseling works in a similar way - as we talk with someone who has an objective point of view, our perspective on the problem often begins to change. We become more resilient and develop better coping resources. A sense of strength emerges or returns. In circumstances that have previously felt empty and hopeless, we begin to find meaning and joy.

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