Sometimes we struggle with daily life or relationships, and need support in understanding what we need to bring more peace into our lives. Below you will find therapists trained in a variety of modalities who can help you better understand yourself, your relationships and your struggles. I always recommend talking to at least 2-3 on the phone before making your decision to schedule a session.

Jana Glass specializes in maternal mental health, using traditional talk therapy, Brainspotting, and EMDR to  help mothers manage infertility, grief, depression, anxiety, trauma, abuse, substance abuse, and more.

Judy Lev, LCSW helps clients explore and attend to their inner experience, and create an integrated sense of wholeness. She incorporates mindfulness, relational neuroscience, attachment and humor in her work toward helping clients experience unconditional, radical acceptance.

Lauren Stinson uses a collaborative approach to help you understand your struggles and develop coping skills to manage strong emotions. She utilizes evidence-based approaches to treat anxiety, depression, trauma, and overwhelm, including talk therapy, Somatic and Attachment Focused EMDR and Clinical Hypnotherapy.

Dr. Lynyetta Willis is a psychologist and family empowerment coach for smart, successful women and their families. She helps women who feel disconnected, resentful, frustrated, stuck, inadequate, or helpless strengthen relationships that matter most, stay connected, and continue growing.

Karissa Williams provides "relief for the raggedy" through trauma sensitive meditation, yoga, clinical hypnotherapy and counseling, Intuitive Counseling, Reiki, and Mystic Healing. Join her online Sunday Night Sleep Aid, Tuesday Night Deep Rest, We Speak Their Names, Sit the F Down Yoga, and more.

Janie Mardis helps clients navigate stress, grief, and life transitions using a  nonjudgmental, research-informed approach to healing. Her work is rooted in humanistic, Attachment Theory and Interpersonal Neurobiology, influenced by "third wave" CBTs like MBCT and DBT, creatively-guided by a love of philosophy, the arts, humor, and play.

Will Mahan founded  Equality Counseling Center and specializes GLBTQ issues, Anxiety and Stress, Depression, Career concerns, Substance Abuse and Recovery, and Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction.

Tamara Ashley specializes in treating trauma, PTSD, guilt & shame, panic attacks, anxiety, or phobias using Rapid Resolution Therapy (RRT), which integrates imagery, humor, play, hypnosis, and other experiential techniques to heal the effects of trauma and create positive change.

Kimberly Austin, LCSW is a trauma and relationship therapist who uses Brainspotting, EMDR, and EFT to help individuals and couples suffer less and live better lives.

Liz Rhea, MSW, LMSW specializes in helping people work through Religious Trauma, Identity Development, Mood Disorders, Trauma, Anxiety, Faith Deconstruction, and Relationship Concerns.

Wellspring Counseling  is a collection of professional counselors and change makers who value diversity, authenticity, and safe space. They work with children, adolescents, adults, and couples, and specialize in various therapeutic modalities. Their uniting style is a positive and accepting attitude towards sexuality and gender.

Whole Heart Psychotherapy is a group practice with in person and online options. Their therapists have a variety of trainings and approaches to meet the various needs of the Atlanta community. See their website to learn more.

Couples Counseling ATL is a group practice in Poncey-Highlands and Buckhead. Each therapist is trained in Gottman and EFT marriage therapy, with a variety of specializations to meet your needs, including premarital, divorce, sex therapy, conflict resolution, and more.

Love Positive Counseling helps people foster more love, respect, and compassion in their relationships, heal emotional injuries, and inspire more passion. They specialize in helping people explore ethical non-monogamy (swinging, polyamory) in their relationships, and host a weekly Polyamory Support Group.

Ellen Marmon, Relate Counseling is a group practice with extensive experience in couples counseling, affair recovery, separation and divorce recovery, pre-marriage/commitment counseling, and more. They use two research-based approaches: Emotion Focused Couples Therapy (EFT) and the Gottman Method.