Professional Counseling in Carrollton, GA

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Misty McIntyre, MS, LMFT

Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
Phone & Email:  Connect With Misty

605 Newnan Street, Carrollton, GA 30117

Feeling overwhelmed, under-loved, or under-appreciated? Feeling better is possible whether you're married, in a relationship, or in between relationships. Let's see if we can help you feel more at ease, loved, accepted, appreciated and experience more joy in life.

  • Some of My Specialties:
  • Relationships
  • Couples
  • Marriage
  • Sex
  • Premarital Counseling
  • Parenting
  • Work/Life Balance
  • Personal Growth & Development

Mark Wagemaker, LPC/NCC/CPCS/DCC

LIcensed Professional Counselor
Phone & Email:  Connect With Mark

139 Newnan Road, Carrollton, GA 30117

I work with a client centered approach, with children and adults. I work from the point of view that the client is the expert about themselves and my job is to listen, reflect, and help them discover some they aren't aware of, then work on the changes they desire.

  • Some of My Specialties:
  • Adults and couples
  • Children/Adolescents
  • Trauma
  • Play Therapy
  • Grief
  • Anger Management
  • Stress/Anxiety
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Charles Allen, MA, LPC, NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor
Phone & Email:  Connect With Charles

402 Adamson Square, Carrollton, GA 30117

The primary focus of my practice is on the preservation of marriages by offering pre-marriage counseling as well as therapy for couples who are already married. I also work with those with anxiety disorders, anger management, and adult phase of life issues.

  • Some of My Specialties:
  • Marriage Therapy
  • Pre-Marriage Therapy
  • Parenting Skills
  • Anger Management
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Depression
  • Phase Of Life Issues
  • Bereavement
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Related Sites:
City of Carrollton
Georgia Board of Professional Counselors, Social Workers, and Marriage and Family Therapists

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Families of all shapes and sizes can enjoy a plethora of activities in Carrollton, Georgia. For history buffs, be sure to visit the town's historic square, where families can view buildings that predate the 1900s. For outdoor adventures, John Tanner State Park is a great choice for swimming, camping and picnicking. There are also miles of walking and bike trails for your family's enjoyment. McIntosh Reserve is another local park. Situated next to the Chattahoochee River, the park offers pavilions for picnicking, spots for overnight camping, many hiking trails and even horse trails for a relaxing afternoon ride.1 No matter what your outdoor pleasure, your family can find it in Carrollton.

Mental Health in Carrollton

Individuals who live with a mental illness can face many barriers to normal daily functioning. The stigma of mental illness makes it doubly difficult to be an active member of the community.2 However, making a difference in someone else's life as a volunteer is a great way to boost self-esteem and feelings of self-worth, while breaking down the barriers to being engaged with one's peers and community members. The Community Foundation of West Georgia is a storehouse of volunteer opportunities in Carrollton. From helping the needy at the local soup kitchen to mentoring youth after school to serving as an advocate for the mentally ill, there is an abundance of opportunities to improve oneself and the community. Contact the foundation at 770-832-1462 for additional information.3

The Georgia Suicide Prevention Information Network (GSPIN) provides support for survivors and their families, prevention and intervention materials to schools and community organizations, as well as valuable information for identifying warning signs of suicidal ideation. GSPIN also helps develop locally based coalitions that reach out to communities and engage stakeholders in conversations about the importance of prevention and intervention programs. By partnering with government agencies, non-profits, and other organizations, GSPIN has greatly increased awareness and connected those in need to valuable resources that facilitate improved mental health. Call 770-354-7616 for further details.4

Eating disorders are most common among young women.5 To address this mental health condition among students at the University of West Georgia, the schools' Health Services Department offers a variety of resources. Information for people suffering from an eating disorder is available, as are resources for individuals concerned about the health and safety of a friend or loved one they feel may have a disorder. The university's counseling center is also available for consultations and support. Contact the university at 678-839-6428 for more details about the resources available.6

Current Initiatives

The Fatherhood Initiative is a state-funded program that seeks to help non-custodial fathers catch up on child support payments and begin to provide for their children in a timely manner. The state recognizes that many parents want to pay support, but can't due to a lack of education, unemployment or underemployment, or mental health issues such as alcohol or drug addiction that interfere with an individual's ability to work. As part of the initiative, participants are provided with assistance in finding job training, completing their GED, acquiring transportation, and getting help to overcome addiction. Ongoing life skills classes and employment related workshops ensure parents have the skills they need to be a good parent and find a decent wage in order to support their family.7


1. Carrol County Government. (2014). McIntosh Reserve. Retrieved from
2. U.S. National Library of Medicine. (2002). Understanding the Impact of Stigma on People With Mental Illness. Retrieved from
3. Community Foundation of West Georgia. (2012). Volunteer Portal. Retrieved from
4. Georgia Suicide Prevention Information Network. (2014). Homepage. Retrieved from
5. National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders. (2014). Eating Disorders Statistics. Retrieved from
6. University of West Georgia. (2014). Eating Disorders. Retrieved from
7. Georgia Division of Child Support Services. (2014). Community Outreach Programs. Retrieved from

Welcome to our network of mental health practitioners and therapists in Carrollton. Our greatest desire at Theravive is that you would find the right qualified help.  Our professionals offer many forms of therapy such as overcoming depression, life coaching, anger management, and marriage counseling. Counselors in Carrollton and credentialed psychotherapists are ready to help.

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