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Sarah Bryan, Board Certified Christian Counselor

Board Cert. Christian Counselor, CTC

2450 Atlanta Highway Suite 1901, Cumming, Georgia 30040

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

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.

Susan Blank, MS, LPC, NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor

284 S. Main St Suite 800, Alpharetta, Georgia 30009

My goal as a therapist is to help clients create lives that express who they truly are. I do this by deeply attuning to my clients, by recognizing, welcoming, and making room for every part of that person within the therapeutic relationship. This creates the safe space where healing can unfold. I invite them to experience themselves in new ways, to rediscover their disowned parts, to learn new skills; to build healthier, more nurturing relationships; and to gain access to their own direct experience of the world ~ perhaps for the first time. I nurture this collaboration by recognizing that each individual already possesses all the wisdom he or she needs to love, to connect, and to thrive.

Eddie Reece, MS, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Downtown Alpharetta, Alpharetta, Georgia 30009

Benefits of Psychotherapy: Improve the quality of your life. Create satisfying relationships, freedom from a hurried lifestyle and more joy in everyday living. If you're like most people, you strive to enhance your life. If you spend time and money on yourself physically with exercise and medical care, mentally by education, then why not improve emotionally too?! I believe the quality of your life is measured by the quality of your relationships. The quality of your relationships depends on your emotional health. Psychotherapy, or counseling, can improve your emotional health, improving your relationships and the quality of your life. Maybe you've heard of psychotherapy and believed it was fo....

Renee Willis, NCC, LPC, RPT, CAMS

Holy Spirit led Psychotherapist

Let me help you be a better you! We look at your struggles and how you want to see your life improve, then we take progressive steps forward to make that happen. "Why do I do what I do?" Let's figure that out together. Once you have an answer, symptoms may improve for you. You know yourself better than anyone else. It will be my privilege to help you see that and empower you to live your life to the fullest.

Katherine Hammons, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

3546 Old Milton Highway, Alpharetta 30005

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.

Lynn Louise Wonders, LPC, RPT-S, CPCS

Licensed Professional Counselor

I approach psychotherapy from a holistic perspective, believing that you are a combination of your thoughts, emotions, behaviors, as well as physical and spiritual well-being. While I believe it is very important for my presence with clients to be warm, genuinely caring and compassionate, I also believe it is important to provide practical skills and tools for working toward the goals of our therapy together. Mindfulness is the basis of all my work as a psychotherapist believing whole-heartedly that when clients are able to be fully present with acceptance in a relaxed state, they experience relief from anxiety, depression and other symptoms and experience greater peace.

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

Licensed Professional Counselor, Career Coach, Certified EMDR Therapist

Roswell, Georgia 30075

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.

Aaron Karnilow, Ph.D.

Diplomate in Clinical Psychology, American Board of Professional Psychology and Fellow American Academy of Clinical Psychology

4895 Windward Parkway, Suite 203, Alpharetta, Georgia 30022

When I first meet with a client I ask them three things: 1.What are the issues that they wish to work on, 2. What are their goals for this therapy and 3. When the therapy is over, what they want to have gotten from the therapy. In my over 30 years as a psychologist if there is one thing that I've learned it is that clients are unique, and therefore I don't have a one-size-fits-all approach to therapy, but rather will work together with my clients to develop a tailor made treatment plan which is the key to them getting the maximum benefit from their psychotherapy.

Kara McDaniel, PhD, LPC, NCC, DCC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Alpharetta, Georgia 30022

Using a family systems lens, I work with individuals to help them better understand the challenges they are faced with, their symptoms, and patterns of interactions within their existing environment. Over the past 18 years, I have helped individuals who are struggling with, but not limited to, the following presenting concerns: depression, anxiety, parent-child difficulties, grief and loss, blended-family challenges, work-related distress, relationship/marital distress, infidelity, job loss, chronic illness, making lifestyle changes, and life transitions, such as empty nest, bringing baby home, and caregiver distress.

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.

Eddie Capparucci, MA, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

4343 Shallowford Road, Building C2, Marietta, Georgia 30062

Understanding why we do the things we do helps us to make real changes in our lives. And to do that effectively it is important to look back and identify the messages we received (both directly and indirectly) from parents, peers, and others as we were growing up. We also need to examine and process trauma and neglect we experienced that results in our poor decision making today. Real change comes with knowledge and insight that psychotherapy can provide.

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