Are you experiencing distress?
Needing a safe environment in which to work through this?
Everyone experiences some distress at one time or another, and everyone has different needs and ways of dealing with problems in their life. Sometimes these problems are in specific areas, such as problems in a relationship, grieving a loss, problematic behaviors, or concern about what others think of you. Other times problems can be broader, such as general dissatisfaction with one’s self or one’s life.
Most people can benefit from the support and expertise of a caring professional. My commitment is to help you identify your strengths and use them to more effectively manage your emotional health.
Helping you identify strengths to meet goals and improve emotional health.
To schedule an initial consultation, please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (404) 695-1100.
A relationship with a therapist can become a safe place in which to address concerns freely because your therapist is not invested in your life in the same way as friends and family. This gives clients room to discuss and explore what is important to them more completely and empowers them to make the necessary choices and adjustments in their lives. In addition to being a safe place to discuss difficult and/or meaningful topics, a clinically trained psychologist has knowledge about how you can address various difficulties in a way that maximizes your chances of success.
A licensed psychologist in private practice in the Atlanta area (Druid Chase, near I-85 and Druid Hills Road), providing individual counseling/psychotherapy, in addition to relationship counseling and assessments. I provide general individual psychotherapy, particularly growth/insight oriented work.
Areas of specialization:
- individual psychotherapy
- sexual diversity
- gender identity and expression
- relational diversity
- BDSM and kink-aware services
- stress management
- relationship concerns
Licensed in the State of Georgia, I have been providing therapy services for almost twenty years, and have been in private practice for over ten. I consider my practice open and accepting to all, and have a particular emphasis on the importance of multiple identities in the lives of my patients. This includes knowledge and experience in areas of sexual, gender and relational diversity including sexual and affectional identity/orientation, transgender issues, queer theory, BDSM and kink, polyamory and other non-monogamies.
I would welcome the opportunity to talk more with you about my practice or your referral needs. Please feel free to contact me at any time.