Brittany Boden, LCSW, CGP
If you are suffering, the chances are good that parts of you have stopped or slowed in their natural development. The honest relationship forged in psychotherapy can bring about the insight and clarity needed to begin to grow again.
Heather McCormack-Moon, MA, MDiv, LPC
Being present and curious without judgment is at the core of my work with clients. The goal of therapy is for clients to learn to do this for themselves in order to reduce suffering and accept life as it unfolds.
Sandra J. Hale, MA, LPC
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and Psychotherapist with a Master’s degree in Humanistic Psychology from the State University of West Georgia. I completed a post-graduate psychotherapy residency specializing in trauma recovery, PTSD, dissociation, attachment, depression, anxiety, and couples therapy.
Steve Harris, LCSW
Steve Harris is a licensed clinical social worker and has been in private practice as a psychotherapist since 1987. He has worked extensively with a wide range of psychological and emotional difficulties, addiction and recovery, couples, families and groups, men’s issues, and survivors of childhood trauma.
W. Myles Hassler, MS, LPC, CST, NCC, MAC
Myles is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Atlanta, Georgia. Licensed since 1991, he works with individuals and couples providing general counseling services, sex therapy and a variety of substance abuse assessments specific to the referring organization or legal system.
Shanna Jackson, PhD, LPC, CPCS
Engaging in the process of psychotherapy invites you to become more self-aware. This heightened awareness can inspire and encourage you to seek changes in your relationship with yourself and others. This experience offers insight into patterns that can contribute to your sense of self, contentment, and wellbeing.
Lisa Angert Morris, MS, LPC, CGP, CPCS
I am a psychotherapist, play therapist, clinical supervisor, trainer and nonprofit professional. I believe that psychotherapy is an art, and a science, and that each person brings a unique set of experiences and strengths to the process. Developing coping strategies and skills to deal with life transitions, stressors, and everyday challenges allows individuals to be their most creative and productive selves.
Kathy Steele, MN, CS
Kathy has been in private practice since 1985, and with Metropolitan Psychotherapy Associates in Atlanta, Georgia since 1988. She is also Clinical Director of Metropolitan Counseling Services, a non- profit psychotherapy and training center. For more about MCS, go to www.mcsatlanta.org.