Family therapy services in 30025: Social Circle, GA. Relationship and couples counseling.

Family counseling in 30025: Social Circle, GA. Honest and effective help for couples, relationships and blended families in and around Social Circle, Georgia.


Kirven Weekley, Ph.D.
Family Therapist

Kirven Weekley, Ph.D.

Licensed Psychologist

1108 Conyers St, Covington, Georgia 30014 | 7708610136

The family is the crucible from which we all emerge, for good and for bad. Family extends back generations, and we are influenced, one way or another, by everyone that came before us. We inherit genetic tendencies and traits, learn ways of acting, thinking, feeling and relating, and we grow our own unique self within a group of oddball people we call our family. We have a roll and function within this family, a roll that helps form our personality. Again, for good and for bad. Family therapy is about bringing into awareness the dynamic nature of the relationships in the family, and to make more conscious decisions about how to negotiate the multitude of issues.

Dan Feldman, LAPC, NCC, CCMHC
Family Therapist

Dan Feldman, LAPC, NCC, CCMHC

Professional Counselor

299 Cooper Road, Suite A, Loganville, Georgia 30052 | 770-609-9164

Just as a chain is only as strong as its weakest link, every individual will only be as successful as the weakest part of their life. In this way, the relationship health within the family plays a key role in the happiness and success of each individual. Family therapy benefits each individual by improving interactions and relationships for everyone. This can be especially useful when facing depression, substance abuse, divorce, grief, chronic illness and even food issues or everyday issues such as communication, conflict or behavioral problems. Some emotional pain is as much a part of the family as a whole as it is to the individual and thus is best addressed in family therapy.

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

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

Licensed Professional Counselor

1700 Tree Lane, Suite 260, Snellville, Georgia 30078 | 678-209-1348

Family is where we garner meaning in our lives, as well as a sense of history. Family should contain our most satisfying and happy relationships, but often families are fraught with anger, worry, and sadness. Negative family patterns are often passed on to our own children as we raise them. Family therapy can help you identify these negative patterns and learn new ways of relating to our loved ones. In family therapy with me, you will learn how your negative behaviors came into being, how they affect others around you, and what you can do to change them, to create a newly crafted sense of family.

Rich Oswald, MA, LPC
Family Therapist

Rich Oswald, MA, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

2336 Wisteria Drive #330, Snellville, Georgia 30078 | 6783692995

Family is like an ecosystem. Each part interacts with the other and each part plays a unique role. There are rules, whether explicit or implicit, that are to be followed. Not all these rules may be healthy. We grow up in a family, and most times, join another in our adult lives. What we were trained to do in our original family, and what others were trained to do in theirs, comes out in our present relationships. I work with families where they are. I consider all the above when teaming up with family. So I address the individuals, the group, the past and the present with an aim toward a healthier future.

Cindy McKee, LPC, NCC
Family Therapist

Cindy McKee, LPC, NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor

1585 Old Norcross Road, Lawrenceville, Georgia 30046 | 404-275-6646

I have many parents that bring their child to me and in essence say "please fix my child". It usually involves the entire family working together to fix the problem that is showing, which is typically through the child. The child is really saying "please help me and my family" with their behavior. Family Systems Theory supports this belief and I have seen it work with people that are willing to make positive changes dozens and maybe even hundreds of times.

Aaron Kirkwood, LAMFT
Family Therapist

Aaron Kirkwood, LAMFT

Licensed Associate Marriae and Family Therapist

1 Huntington Rd Suite 703, Athens, Georgia 30606 | 706-534-8558

Working with me, families learn better communication skills and new ways of interacting that interrupt negative cycles of behavior that they have fallen into. The goal is for each member of the family to feel heard and valued equally yet acknowledging the multiple unique roles each person plays (mother/wife/lover/employee, son/brother/student).

Thriveworks Counseling and Coaching, LCSW, LPC, LAPC
Family Therapist

Thriveworks Counseling and Coaching, LCSW, LPC, LAPC

Professional Counselor

1705 Pennsylvania Ave, McDonough, Georgia 30253 | 6788535849

A professional is able to identify the dysfunctional behaviors in the family and advice on corrective therapy. Every step is taken to ensure that all members are assessed and are provided the support they need to unite and improve their interactions. Our analysis detects dysfunctional behaviors and disturbances. Based on these limitations, we create an intervention to produce positive changes in attitudes, behaviors and the overall family dynamic. This includes the introduction of therapies to teach individuals the skills needed to live healthier lifestyles and develop positive relationships.

Wendy Dickinson, Ph.D.
Family Therapist

Wendy Dickinson, Ph.D.

Licensed Psychologist

4411 Suwanee Dam Road, Suite 440, Suwanee, Georgia 30024 | 678.463.1092

There are many reasons that we engage Families in therapy. Sometimes there is 1) a specific problem to be solved (which school does the middle schooler attend next year?) or 2) a pattern to be changed (communication, family cohesion, playing together, etc.) or 3) a dynamic to be restructured (power dynamics in the family are off, someone is sick, behavior problems are hijacking the family) or 4) an issue to be processed (trauma, affairs, emotions, hurt, loss, etc.). Sometimes families need to learn a skill and other times they need someone to walk with them and help to mediate conflict and communication. We meet with families for short term needs as well as longer term solutions,

Bridgette Morris, BCCC
Family Therapist

Bridgette Morris, BCCC

Board Certified Christian Counselor

4989 Peachtree Parkway, Norcross, Georgia 30092 | 404-444-2153

Bridgette has successfully worked with different types of families, in different situations, struggling with issues like; parents have conflict within their relationship, recent divorce or re-marriage, child has behavior or school problems, children have problems getting along, one family member has a long-term mental illness or substance abuse problem & many other issues. If your family is struggling, Bridgette can help. She uses "Solution Focused Brief Therapy."This practical & user friendly approach allows families to deal with immediate problems, providing instant relief & renewed hope & together she'll help you create tangible tools to bring lasting change & the healthy family you want.

Lakeview Behavioral
Family Therapist

Lakeview Behavioral

Lakeview Behavioral Health

1 Technology Parkway South, Norcross, Georgia 30092 | (855) 437-2818

Family therapy is an important part of the recovery process because it is a time in which broken familial relationships can be mended. During sessions, the family will have a chance to share how your addiction has affected their lives. Additionally, family members will learn more about how they can be supportive for their loved one. We’ll provide your loved ones with connections to community resources to have access to additionally.


30025 is a zip code located in Walton County and part of Social Circle, Georgia. It has a land area of 67.719 square miles.  The population of 30025 is 9,270 people.