At Psychotherapy Services of Atlanta, we offer quality care for a wide variety of mental health issues on an outpatient basis.  Mental illness is a condition that affects a person’s thinking, feeling, and behavior. Psychotherapy Services of Atlanta can help, whether the problem is a mood disorder like anxiety or depression, a behavior problem which children and teens often struggle with, a poor coping skill like an eating disorder, an addictive behavior like gaming or compulsive shopping, or an addiction problem like substance abuse, we are here.

Psychotherapy of Atlanta - Parental Support

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Eating Disorders

Anorexia, bulimia, binge eating, emotional overeating, long history of yo-yo dieting and weight loss, poor body image, males with eating disorders, relapse prevention and maintaining recovery after in-patient treatment, support for parents and families of people with eating disorders.

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Child & Adolescent Transition

Helping a child/teen transition from childhood into adulthood. I work with children ages 6 and above with a wide variety of issues including behavior problems, low self-image, social problems, ADHD, low grades and academic problems.

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Parental Support

Improving parenting skills, communication problems, boundaries & discipline, navigating separation and divorce, general support for single or married parents, surviving a family crisis, and helping parents support their LGBTQ child.

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Women's Issues

Self-esteem, improving confidence & body image, women's health concerns, sexual assault or rape, history of trauma, relationship issues, improving indepence levels, and improving overall mood.

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Addiction & Addictive Behaviors

Chemical abuse/dependency, dual diagnosis including mood disorders and addictive behaviors including: compulsive shopping, video gaming, and computer addiction, compulsive overeating, and relapse prevention.

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Mood & Anxiety Disorders

All mood and anxiety disorders including: depression, bipolar disorder, general anxiety, panic disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), or anger and temperament management issues.

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Autism Spectrum

Improve social skills and communication with others, educate family members and help parents best help their child or adult child, connect the family with good resources needed for child to excel, strengthen self image and confidence, become more aware of how my behavior and actions effect others.

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Grief, loss of a child or loved one

Miscarriage, abortion, still- birth, SIDS and infertility issues. Also including life's ``normal losses`` like divorce, loss of job, ``letting go`` of an addiction or eating disorder.

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