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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Sou uma terapeuta trilingue licenciada para atender no estado da Georgia. Acredito que fazer terapia é um ato de autocuidado, algo valioso que você pode oferecer a você mesmo (a). Mesmo se você estiver duvidoso(a) em dar esse primeiro passo, a sua busca e interesse em fazer terapia me dizem que você pode estar contemplando mudanças na sua vida. Quando você me ligar para uma consulta inicial, eu vou buscar entender o que você está buscando e explicar como a terapia poderia beneficiar você nesse momento, outros apoios que você precise e orientá-lo(a). Meu estilo pessoal é humano, calmo, respeitoso, não julgamental, e transparente.
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
Passar por trauma, tristeza, depressão, ansiedade e/ou um transtorno alimentar pode ser muito solitário e isolador. Muitas vezes, os clientes sentem que não têm ninguém que realmente entenda o que estão passando. Já trabalhei com muitos clientes que passaram por tragédias e momentos difíceis em suas vidas, e talvez você também se identifique com alguns desses sentimentos difíceis. Estou aqui para dizer que você não precisa passar por isso sozinho! Talvez você esteja procurando um lugar para se curar, para explorar memórias dolorosas, para receber apoio. Há força em buscar ajuda, e eu adoraria estar ao seu lado e te apoiar.
Ana Maria Storino
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC, MA
PORTUGUESE / ENGLISH .
If you're seeking growth, growth will be inevitable. I enjoy the thrill of witnessing my clients recognize their potential and take charge of their lives, perhaps for the very first time. When your life improves, I am deeply moved, and thankful. And, because I am a practical person, your therapy will have a beginning, a middle, and an end, so you can get on with the pleasure of creating a wonderful life. I promise to be an unwavering ally along the way.
Attento Counseling Practice
Licensed Professional Counselor
*Request an Appointment Here https://attentocounseling.com/request-an-appointment/ *Attento Counseling is an outpatient behavioral health provider with 3 locations and over 60 licensed clinicians in the north Atlanta metro area (Marietta, Cumming, and Kennesaw). We also offer an affordable, accessible sliding-scale option for clients in need through our Mental Wellness & Emotional Learning program. Visit mwel.net for more information.
Alessandra Alves Carvalho
Associate Professional Counselor, MS, APC
The world is ever-changing and so are we. Chaos and uncertainty are permeating our lives currently and there is no better way to manage the present moment but to make adjustments if we want to be at peace with ourselves and the world, and live long-lasting, fulfilling lives. And that is my intent to you, to live a life worth living, a life full of joy and free from anxiety, depression, and unnecessary suffering. I want to offer a safe place for you to express yourself without judgment and with acceptance, and help you balance out your own energy which may be blocked by the stresses and hardships that life brought you.
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC
My intention in working with you is to increase your independence so that you can live a comfortable and happy life. When working with you , I will consider multiple factors such as thought patterns, spirituality, body and mind. I began studying psychology in 1996 and obtained my Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Kennesaw State University (summa cum laude) and Master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Georgia State University
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