Mental Health

Georgia Crisis
and Access Line

For immediate access to routine, detox, or crisis mental health service, call toll-free 800-715-4225 - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year.

United Way of Metro Atlanta

An amazing organization with a goal of creating a community where "all children are well." Stop by to check out their resources or sign up to volunteer!


A global network offering support by telephone, SMS messages, face-to-face meetings, and internet chat. Visit for the helpline number in your area.

Dr. Phil's
"Find a Therapist"

My treatment style is a lot like his, so it makes sense that I would be on Dr. Phil's therapist resource list for 15+ years. This list has only the best so check it out!

(a Georgia resource)

A comprehensive resource guide providing information on low cost/free mental health, substance abuse, and developmental disability resources in Georgia.

American Psychological Association

The website of the largest scientific and professional organization of psychologists in the U.S. offers many resources for the public plus a psychologist locator.

Feeling bad doesn’t mean that what you did was wrong, but feeling good also doesn’t mean that what you did was right.

In March 2020, I moved my practice from my Carrollton office to a telehealth practice (a virtual office where services are provided by video conference) to minimize the risk of coronavirus transmission to my patients.   With ongoing health concerns for many in our population, I have decided to continue to provide all telehealth services through a secure, HIPAA-compliant portal and do not know if or when I will return to my office-based practice.  Please note that I am accepting new spinal cord simulator and bariatric pre-surgical evaluation patients; I am also happy to take new psychotherapy patients as the schedule permits.  Please email me from my contact page if you are interested in any of these services.  And stay well.