Stephanie Tuesday - Fridays; Interns: Mondays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sunday (some evenings)
Stephanie Cook is a licensed therapist who exclusively specializes in Gottman method couples therapy. She owns a private practice with two Atlanta locations where she supervises three graduate counseling interns who provide reduced-cost Gottman method couples counseling with convenient evenings and weekend hours.
Stephanie completed her B.A. in Psychology at Vanderbilt University, her M.S.W. in Clinical Social Work from the University of Georgia, and a Post-Masters Clinical Fellowship at Emory University. She completed all the advanced clinical trainings in Gottman Method Couples Therapy, became a certified Gottman Educator and regularly teaches the Gottman "Seven Principles" workshop for couples. Stephanie is charismatic and energetic, with a passion for helping people. She uses a lot of humor and a quick-witted teaching style. She has been with her beloved husband for over 15 years and they have a two year old son and a newborn son. She is honored to offer workshops and talks to strengthen relationships in her community. She can be contacted to schedule couples therapy, register for workshops or to contract for a speaking engagement by visiting www.CounselingATL.com
What to Expect from Therapy?
I am here to create a comfortable space and genuine connection with you and your partner. I will assess your strengths as a couple and what areas could use improvement. Together we will co-create a clear path and therapeutic goals toward resolution.
Through research-based interventions and exercises, I will help you break through barriers to achieve greater understanding, connection and intimacy. You will learn the skills necessary for a lasting and loving relationship. You will learn to respectfully communicate with your partner and effectively handle conflict. You will strengthen your closeness with your partner. You will experience a new way to create a healthy and satisfying relationship!
Pre-marital, Pre-engagement, Infidelity, Affairs, Addiction, Trauma, Blended Stepfamilies, Sex