Brittany Hardy, LMFT
Black Therapist Atlanta – Black Female Psychologist in Atlanta
Thank you for taking time to explore our website. Whatever led you this far, we hope you’ll maintain a sense of curiosity and consider if I can be of any support to you or your loved ones. Whether you’re familiar with the therapy process or still deciding how and if it could help, we encourage you to consider for a moment, what in your life could be attended to right now? Is there something that weighs on your mind daily? Is there a heavy burden you’ve been carrying? Is there a relationship in your life that could use some strengthening? Are you dealing with unresolved, unprocessed grief?
Start feeling better today with therapy in person or by phone. Seeking a therapist is an important step toward your mental health wellness and one that should be done with care. During this consult, we will determine if I am a good fit and if not, I will provide you with alternate referrals.
Anxiety & Stress
We work with couples and families that are seeking support and guidance in developing healthy and stronger communication, working through transitions, such as welcoming a new family member, shift in roles in the family system, relocation, and grief and loss.
We rely heavily on Family Systems Therapy, with other therapeutic interventions incorporated as needed, when working with couples and families. I believe all members of a unit should have space to explore and voice their experience of a given situation.
Our clients are typically looking for:
Black Therapist Atlanta
Black Female Psychologist in Atlanta
African American Therapist in Atlanta
Black Marriage and Couples Counseling Atlanta
Black Marriage and Couples Therapist and Psychologist in Atlanta
“The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don't have any”
– Alice Walker