Sadie Forsythe, LCSW, Clinical Social Work in Atlanta, Georgia, 30307

Sadie Forsythe, LCSW

Sadie Forsythe, LCSW
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Sadie Forsythe, LCSW

Professions: Clinical Social Worker, Psychotherapist
License Status: I'm a licensed professional.
Primary Credential: Licensed Clinical Social Worker - CSW005921
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1-800-651-8085 ext. 41911
Accepting new clients - Contact me!
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Office 1
676 Seminole Ave
Suite 210
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
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  • Accessible Parking
  • Service Animals Welcome
  • Wheelchair Accessible Building
  • Wheelchair Accessible Restroom

Billing and Insurance

I don't currently accept insurance, but I can provide documentation if clients wish to submit to an insurance company for "out of network" benefit coverage

Fees: $130 for 45-50min
$160 for 80min

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Are you struggling with difficult emotions, stress management, relationship difficulties, or longing for change in your life? Maybe you are feeling disconnected and overwhelmed, and longing for deeper connection. I am passionate about supporting individuals who are seeking to live more meaningful, satisfying lives, and helping you feel less "stuck". Whatever the change you seek, deciding to invest in your own wellbeing can be a courageous and life changing choice. I would be honored to help you re-connect with your own strengths and re-align your values and actions. I offer free 15min consultations and would be happy to speak with you to see if we may be a good fit.

Email or Call Sadie Forsythe, LCSW at 1-800-651-8085 ext. 41911

More Info About My Practice

I often help clients learn mindfulness skills to help manage symptoms of anxiety and depression. I am also a Certified Daring Way Faciltator-Candidate. The Daring Way(TM) is a highly experiential methodology based on the research of Dr. Brene Brown. The method was designed for work with individuals, couples, families, work teams, and organizational leaders. It can be facilitated in clinical, educational, and professional settings. During the process we explore topics such as vulnerability, courage, shame, and worthiness. We examine the thoughts, emotions, and behaviors that are holding us back and we identify the new choices and practices that will move us toward more authentic and wholehearted living. The primary focus is on developing shame resilience skills and developing daily practices that transform the way we live, love, parent, and lead.

How Psychotherapy Can Help

Building a relationship and sharing vulnerably with a therapist can feel foreign, and it is natural to wonder how this can help. Often individuals find it useful to be able to share about relational difficulties with a trained professional who is not involved in the situations they are encountering, to get an outside perspective. Therapy can help you clarify your values and take action towards our goals. It can help you tolerate distress and learn to manage difficulties more easily.
Additionally, the relationship between therapist and client itself can feel healing when you allow yourselves to show up and be truly seen in ways you may not have been ready or able to in other parts of your life.

Why Going to Therapy Does Not Mean You are Weak or Flawed

Life is messy. And we all have struggles. Seeking support from a therapist doesn't mean you are 'out of control' but rather are wanting help learning some new skills to manage emotions and challenges you are facing. Often working through your concerns about coming to therapy is part of our work together. I believe it is an act of bravery and investment in your future to decide to give therapy a try.

Importance of the Client-Therapist Alliance

Finding a therapist who is a good match for you is important so that you can feel comfortable sharing openly. There is a lot of research pointing to the strength of the client-therapist relationship as one of the most important parts of successful therapy. The relationship we will form is unlike most others in your life, and we may feel quite close after working together for a period of time. I frequently ask for feedback from my clients throughout our work together so we can explore the quality of our relationship and make sure we are addressing your needs in the time we spend together.

The Duration and Frequency of Therapy

The duration and frequency of therapy varies with each person I work with depending on what they are seeking to address. I encourage new clients to come weekly for several weeks to jump-start our work together and help us build our relationship more quickly so you can begin to feel the impact of therapy right away. Many clients will choose to come on alternate weeks after a period of time when they begin to experience some relief. Some people come for a few months and some come for years. We can explore together what will work best for you.

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Services I Provide

  • Group Therapy
  • Individual Therapy & Counseling
  • Online Counseling / Phone Therapy

Ages I Work With

  • Adults


  • English

Groups I Work With

    Young adults (ages 18-40)

Client Concerns I Treat

  • Adjusting to Change / Life Transitions
  • Anxiety
  • Attachment Issues
  • Breakup
  • Depression
  • Family of Origin Issues
  • Family Problems
  • Gender Dysphoria
  • Grief, Loss, and Bereavement
  • Identity Issues
  • Individuation
  • Isolation
  • LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender) Issues
  • Multicultural Concerns
  • Parenting
  • Perfectionism
  • Relationships and Marriage
  • Self-Care
  • Self-Compassion
  • Self-Confidence
  • Self-Esteem
  • Shame
  • Women's Issues
  • Worry

Types of Therapy

  • Feminist Therapy
  • Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT)
  • Mindfulness-Based Interventions
  • Psychodynamic

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