It is with the belief that the mind, body, and human spirit has an innate resiliency that has the ability to heal oneself. Yet, sometimes we may encounter barriers on the journey that require some additional support and guidance. Healing can be found through personal empowerment, added social support, strength/asset/and option exploration, coping skill acquisition, processing and identifying antiquated patterns of thinking/belief/and behavior, supporting authentic empathy, mirroring, and non-judgment we can find a more rewarding and constructive approach to living.
During my therapy sessions, I offer you guidance, support, and the clear unwavering belief in your innate ability to tap into new sources of strength and serenity. I will be providing person-centered short and longer term intensive psychotherapy in the Atlanta Metropolitan area. There is a belief that life does not happen in a vacuum and neither does healing.
Stacey graduated from Argosy University with a master's degree in professional counseling in 2005. Her interest in combining her passions for personal growth, art, and wellness drew her to use expressive art and humanistic psychology in her practice. She is accepting new clients, and works with couples, families, and individuals on the phone, online, and in person.
Stacey is also a Master level Reiki practitioner, and the founder of a multidisciplinary creative healing arts studio. She is a spiritual coach and expressive arts educator who uses meditation to aid personal growth and transformation. She loves cultural and language studies, and is interested in indigenous natural healing approaches, henna art, mindfulness meditation, and the Spanish language.
or Call Stacey Cohen, LPC at 1-800-651-8085 ext. 28276
Specific Issue(s) I'm Skilled at Helping With
I specialize in working with older teens, young adults, and adults looking to individuate into thriving authentic and passionate people in the world. People who feel disenfranchised, different, outside of the social norms, and those just feel alone and isolated tend to gravitate towards my style of practice. I also work with the LGBTQIA community and focus on self acceptance and those coming out later in life. My work in substance abuse/dependence has also assisted me in being versed in topics relating to 12-step, co-dependency, adult children of addicts, spirituality, and finding a way to develop one's own personal Higher Power without a dogmatic approach. With 10 years of experience working with people struggling with trauma I have been utilizing art and expressive therapy techniques that can assist and transcend the fear of re-experiencing into a new understanding of what is means to be a "thriver" instead of just a "survivor."