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Debra Dantzler, PhD, LPC, MAC, EAS-C, NCC, CPCS

Licensed Professional Counselor

One West Court Square, suite 750, Decatur, Georgia 30030

Feeling disinterested, unmotivated, lonely and stuck can spiral down into problems at work, absenteeism, and interpersonal conflicts; then spiral further into disconnection, complete lack of interest in people, place and things, spontaneous uncontrollable crying and excessive sleep. I can help you pull yourself up out of the quicksand that is depression. With compassion, understanding, education, encouragement and collaboration hope can be restored.

David Wright, MD, MBA, MHSA

Physician

465 Winn Way, Ste. 221, Decatur, Georgia 30030

Depression is approached in a highly individualized manner--taking into account the client's background, personality factors, religious or spiritual beliefs, and their support system. This approach may include subconscious, unconscious, pre-conscious, &/or conscious techniques. This approach may also involve taking into account personality & emotional factors that are specific to the client. Most importantly, this approach takes into account the use of positive and negative triggers that can prevent an explosive reaction in the first place. It's a highly pro-active, pre-emptive approach. Depression & Anxiety are Specialties at our practice.

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

Licensed Professional Counselor, Career Coach, Certified EMDR Therapist

Decatur, Georgia 30030

I have helped clients who have been told they have "treatment resistant depression" and clients who have tried many approaches to reduce depression. The root cause of depression is often upsetting experiences like criticism, rejection, embarrassment, job loss, relationship endings, emotional neglect, childhood abuse, midlife career transitions. These events diminish how we view ourselves and our ability to get what we want in life. Client review: "I have struggled off and on with depression and have seen numerous counselors over the past 15 years. Working with Kalpana, I made significant progress in a relatively short period of time and years later my depression has not returned".

Alicia Philipp, MS, LPC, NCC

Career Counselor, LPC

160 Clairemont Rd., Suite 200, Decatur, Georgia 30030

Being unhappy with the type of work of you are doing can impact so many areas of your life. Through Career Counseling, we can explore what aspects of your work are related to your depression. We can look at alternatives, whether that means staying with your current job, but seeking better ways to adapt, or seeking a new job within your career field by using more effective job search strategies, or looking into alternative career options that you might find more rewarding.

Sheri Hardin, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

2784 N. Decatur Rd., Suite 145, Decatur, Georgia 30033

When we are depressed, we usually feel stuck, helpless, and hopeless. My approach is to help you realize or remember that you have options, and to help you determine what those options are. When we can see our options, we feel better because we feel more in charge of our lives. When we remember our power, we do not need to feel depressed any longer.

Ray of Hope Counseling Services

Ray of Hope Counseling Services, Inc.

1808 Overlake DR. Ste. D, Conyers, Georgia 30013

Ray of Hope Counseling Services is a Group of Psychotherapists who are dedicated to helping, healing, and strengthening individuals, families, and couples with depression issues. We provide HOPE

Anchor Point, Ed.D, LPC, CFAE, GCADC-III

Prinicpal Psychotherapist

3320 Old Salem Rd., SE, Conyers, Georgia 30013

I have much experience treating people suffering with depression. I am a caring, listening and also interactive therapist. People who have come to Anchor Point express feelings of inner peace, relief from their distress, and finally feeling understood. In addition to CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) I specialize in stress reduction techniques and practical approaches to improving your mindset. We also offer biofeedback and neurofeedback therapies as well as EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) which are often effective in helping people learn to move from depression to positive functioning.

John Ballew, MS, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

537 Linwood Ave., NE, Atlanta, Georgia 30306

Depression is a peculiar experience. While some people experience it as a sudden and unmistakable thing, more often it creeps in gradually, sucking the joy out of life. It damages our ability to maintain perspective, which is one reason it sometimes seems so overwhelming that it is hard to imagine life without it. Therapy can help identify the sources of depression and empower you to move beyond patterns that keep you stuck and unhappy. My clients often want to change their lives and rid themselves of depression without the use of antidepressant medication, something I support when possible if they are willing to commit to other ways of caring for themselves.

Paul F. Austin, MS, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

2300 Henderson Mill Road Suite 411, Atlanta, Georgia 30345

I work with you to better understand what is making you depressed and how to feel better. We will look at how the depression started, what keeps it around and how to get relief from the pain that it causes. Depression can involve multiple emotions such as anger, hurt and fears. We will make an individual plan for you to work through the depression.

Terry Thompson Horn, MA

Licensed Professional Counselor

2200 Century Parkway NE, #120, Atlanta, Georgia 30345

Depression My approach to depression is multifaceted. We will utilize conventional talk therapy to help you to gain insight along with Cognitive Therapy to help you to look at your belief system about yourself and the world and to write new scripts for yourself. We will also look at historical, nutritional and environmental factors that may be contributing to your depression. I have found that for many people, addressing nutrition alone can be as powerful if not more powerful that the use of medication. Research over the last several decades has consistently found that, in the long run, psychotherapy is more effective than medication. My goal is to help to teach you skills and a lifest

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Jacques Khorozian

236 Forsyth Street SW #202A, Atlanta, Georgia 30303

Depression and Substance Abuse Most times, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) focuses on studying your thought patterns looking for negative perceptions of yourself, the world around you and your view of it. Many times chances are good that these will be flawed perceptions called negative cognitive distortions. These distortions cause dim lenses that change the way you view the whole world. Some cognitive distortions include: All-or-nothing thinking: Perceiving situations in absolute, black-and-white categories. Overgeneralization: Viewing a recent, negative event as a never-ending pattern of defeat.

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

Licensed Professional Counselor

1700 Tree Lane, Suite 260, Snellville, Georgia 30078

Depression affects millions of Americans each year. The causes of it are still not fully understood, but it is believed that genetic/biological tendencies interact with environmental issues, such as how you were raised, abuse, and situations where you feel helpless or hopeless to change. Chronic depression creates a loop, or cycle, where your thoughts, feelings and behavior become intertwined to continue to the cycle. If you change any one of these things, either your thought patterns, your emotions, or your actions, you can break the cycle of depression. My approach will be to provide support and empathy while guiding you to make positive changes in your life to ease the depression.

Matthew Smith, Psy.D.

Licensed Psychologist

1401 Peachtree St Suite 500, Atlanta, Georgia 30309

In his therapy practice, Dr. Smith provides individual and group services, as well as family-based interventions. Common reasons for seeking therapy include difficulty adjusting to life changes and transitions, coping with traumatic life experiences, and difficulty managing feelings, such as depression, stress, anxiety and anger. Other common issues include dissatisfaction in significant relationships, parenting challenges and issues related to body image and unhealthy eating patterns. Dr. Smith focuses on increasing a client's self-awareness and assists them in establishing new ways to cope with their difficulties that are consistent with the client's personal values and beliefs.


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