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Dr. Drew Adelman

Atlanta, Georgia

Dr. Drew Adelman

PhD in Counseling Psychology, University of Texas at Austin
Years in practice: 8
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I’m committed to providing a safe and affirming environment where you can process your feelings, no matter how difficult or uncomfortable. I’m not the kind of psychologist who sits silently and nods while you do all the work. I’m an active therapist and work collaboratively to help you increase self-awareness and identify a healthier path. I draw on different theoretical approaches to adapt my work to your needs but work primarily from a relational psychodynamic perspective. I work to provide services that are culturally sensitive, create an atmosphere of acceptance, and provide culturally relevant services unique to your needs.

 

 

 

Atlanta, Georgia
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William Spencer

Tucker, Georgia

William Spencer

MA in Psychology, University of West Georgia
Years in practice: 1
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I work most often with depression and anxiety, but I would consider my approach to largely be a holistic one. I believe most things in life are intimately connected, and I consider the task of therapy to be the exploration of those connections. My training as a therapist is rooted in psychoanalysis as well as humanistic and existential psychology.

Tucker, Georgia
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Dr. Vince Allen

Atlanta, Georgia

Dr. Vince Allen

PhD in Clinical Psychology, University of California, Los Angeles
Years in practice: 11
Offers:  Remote Therapy

My approach to therapy is simple; I am committed to the mental health, emotional well-being and general wellness of Black men. This understanding coupled with my formal training and life experience arms me with the unique ability to meet you where you are on your mental health journey and help navigate you toward your desired goals. If you are a Black man seeking a therapist who invites you to come just as you are, values the diversity of your unique experience and will challenge you to become your full authentic self, then contact me today to begin your journey.

Atlanta, Georgia
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Mikela Hallmark

Atlanta, Georgia

Mikela Hallmark

MS in Counseling, Carson Newman University. LPC, GA Board of Prof. Counselors, Social Workers, and Marriage & Family Therapists and LMHC, Florida Department of Health.
Years in practice: 10
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Mikela loves working with high achievers who struggle with stress or anxiety related to work, home, and relationships. She is trained in EMDR, Gottman Method (level 3) and more, and loves helping people find healing and calm despite the demands of life.

Atlanta, Georgia
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Dr. Jason Branch

Atlanta, Georgia

Dr. Jason Branch

PhD, Auburn University
Years in practice: 11
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Welcome to therapy! In order to create healthy change and live life on our own terms, we must become comfortable being uncomfortable. I want to assist you on your journey to create and maintain balance and overcome lived experiences to find peace and clarity. We all face challenges in life. With my assistance, you can work towards overcoming these challenges to live the life you deserve. I provide a safe space to uncover your concerns and find some light at the end of the tunnel. You get one life, so let’s make the best out of the life we have!

 

 

Atlanta, Georgia
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