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Pine River Psychotherapy Associates
Located in the heart of Atlanta, the therapists at Pine River Psychotherapy Associates provide the highest quality adult, child, adolescent, couple, and family psychological services for a variety of emotional problems and life stressors.
Nine psychologists with an average of 25 years
of experience, the professionals at Pine River Psychotherapy are committed
to helping clients improve their lives.
Making the Choice for Therapy
Why would I seek out therapy?
There are many reasons that you might choose a therapist.
You may feel sadness, loneliness, anxiety, grief, or frustration. You may be overwhelmed. You may be distressed with a situation in your life, such as difficulty with a relationship, problems dealing with a traumatic event or significant change, or a struggle to control unhelpful or problem behaviors. You may wish to enhance your life and uncover greater passion, fulfillment, integrity, sexual aliveness, purpose, and intimacy.
You know you want to feel better and are looking for compassionate help.
Therapy is a way to get help with problems in living. It is a process of learning about yourself, gaining access to your feelings, and finding clarity. Therapy can assist you in breaking through limitations that are blocking your growth and your capacity for intimacy. Therapy often involves healing from old wounds and trying out new ways of responding to life's demands.
Through the therapy process, you and your therapist form a relationship based on safety and trust. During therapy, you have your therapist's focused attention to gain an understanding of your world: your feelings, thoughts, and important experiences. Your therapist learns what you struggle with and what causes you distress. As therapy proceeds, you and your therapist use this knowledge to engage in removing obstacles to your growth.
Along the way, the therapy relationship itself can provide an opportunity for you to learn more about how you engage in relationships in the outside world. This increased knowledge can then result in opportunities for you to change in other important relationships.
What kinds of therapy are available?
Therapy often involves two people: you and your therapist. Therapy can also be done with couples, families, and groups. Couples therapy helps people develop intimacy and learn better methods for communicating. Family therapy helps families move in the direction of greater harmony and enjoyment. Group therapy gives its members a chance to gain support from others and try out new interpersonal skills with help from the other group members and group leaders.
Divorce and Separation
ADDICTION AND RECOVERY:
ANXIETY AND MOOD DISORDERS:
1. We understand psychotherapy as the process of helping people to realize their full potential for happiness, fulfillment and well being.
2. We believe that psychotherapy is a collaborative relationship; that as therapists we are students as well as teachers, respectfully learning about each person in depth and how we can best be of help.
3. We believe in treating the whole person in the full context of his or her life; interpersonal relationships, families and communities.
4. We have a deep and abiding respect for human experience in all its variations.
E-mail us for more information on all of our services.
Pine River Psychotherapy Associates is not a partnership or joint venture.It is an unincorporated association of practitioners, each of whom is an independent contractor.
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