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, GA
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.
Edward Anderson, LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor
5755 North Point Parkway Ste. 90, Alpharetta, GA
If change was easy, I'd be out of business. Even after 10 years, it's hard to describe just how that change takes place in therapy, as people and the things they want to address are so different. I have learned that a successful course of therapy, whether it is a few sessions or a few years, involves not just what is done, but when it is done. And the quality of the therapeutic relationship between client and counselor is key. The qualities that are paramount to my approach to therapy are honor and respect for my clients. It is very important to me that you feel accepted and understood by me. Most of my clients can use this foundation to achieve the goals they want.