Our Practice Areas
- Adolescent Problems
- Anger Issues
- Anxiety (phobias/panic attacks)
- Assessment and Evaluation
- Career Issues
- Child Problems
- Couple & Relationship Issues
- Cultural and Lifestyle Issues
- Death and Dying Issues
- Eating Disorders
- Emotional Abuse
- Employment Issues
- Family Life Transition Issues
- Family Problems
- Grief and Bereavement
- Identity Issues
- Self Esteem Issues
- Management of Medical Issues
- Marital Problems
- Mid-Life Transitions
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorders
- Personal Growth
- Personality Issues
- Physical Abuse
- Retirement Issues
- Sexual Abuse/Dsyfunction
- Stress-Related Problems
- Trauma & Post Traumatic Stress
- Work Related Issues
We are Located at:
Atlanta, GA 30329
Phone: 1 (404) 633-2475
Fax: 1 (404)315-9235
Sherry McHenry, Ph.D.
Dr. McHenry is a licensed psychologist and a licensed marriage and family therapist. She has worked extensively in inpatient and outpatient therapy settings with individuals, couples, and families.
For the past 20 years, her work has focused primarily on the treatment of personality disorders, identity issues, and relationship issues using an integrated psychodynamic and systemic theoretical orientation. She has been an adjunct supervisor in the graduate psychology department of Georgia State University, and an adjunct supervisor for the Georgia School of Professional Psychology. She provides clinical supervision and consultation to other professionals and organizations, including family owned businesses. She also provides therapy and consultation for families with adult children who are adjusting to major life transitions.
Contact › Dr. McHenry at 404.633.2475, extension #1.
Susan Katrin, Ph.D., P.C.
Dr. Katrin is a Licensed Psychologist and a Licensed Professional Counselor with more than 30 years experience treating adults with a variety of mental health conditions. As a psychotherapist with an eclectric approach to therapy, she believes the quality of the client-therapist relationship, along with an understanding of the interplay of emotions, thoughts, and behavior is vital to a positive therapeutic outcome.
Dr. Katrin is a retired Associate Professor, Georgia State University and holds national certifications as both a Clinical Mental Health Counselor and a Certified Counselor. She also enjoys providing clinical supervision to other mental health professionals. Dr. Katrin is published in the area of women’s issues and has a background in rehabilitation and addiction.
Contact › Dr. Katrin at 678.637.7535.
J. Scott Matthews, M.S., L.P.C.
Scott Matthews holds a Master's degree in Professional Counseling from Georgia State University and is a Licensed Professional Counselor. He has 15 years of experience working with individuals and couples addressing issues including mood and anxiety disorders, substance abuse and dependence, compulsive behaviors, trauma-related difficulties, relationship problems, chronic illness, and grief, among others.
Specializing primarily in the treatment of anxiety disorders, Scott's theoretical approach blends various therapeutic techniques, including cognitive-behavioral, to address each client's needs. By focusing on the importance of the therapeutic relationship, he provides a supportive, interactive environment in which growth and change can occur.
Contact › Scott Matthews at 770.747.0478.
David Yeager, Ph.D.
Dr. Yeager is a licensed psychologist who has been in practice in the metropolitan Atlanta area for over 25 years. He provides individual, couple, and family therapy.
He has extensive experience in hospital and outpatient mental health treatment settings, including outpatient treatment of addictive disorders. He has also provided teaching, training, and clinical supervision to psychotherapists and addiction counselors. His specialties include hypnotherapy, adolescent psychotherapy, and couples therapy with an emphasis on child rearing issues, as well as relationship and communication issues.
Contact › Dr. Yeager at 404.625.6000.
Edward Leader, M.D., P.C.
Dr. Leader is a licensed psychiatrist and is board-certified in psychiatry and psychoanalysis. His main professional interest is in helping people deal with their emotional difficulties. These difficulties include, among others, problems involving depression, anxiety, trauma, relationship issues, work issues, and somatic/psychosomatic difficulties. Dr. Leader's practice involves the outpatient treatment of adults, and he utilizes primarily psychodynamic psychotherapy.
He finds this form of therapy both helpful and life changing. Primarily he focuses on the relationship between the person and others, including the therapist. However, all issues in the person's life may be open for discussion. In addition, psychopharmacology may be used when indicated.
Dr. Leader has been on the clinical faculty of the Emory University Department of Psychiatry for many years and is currently Adjunct Associate Professor of Psychiatry. Other professional activities include supervising psychiatric residents in psychotherapy and teaching psychoanalysis at the postgraduate level.
Contact › Dr. Leader at 404.290.8177