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Find Immigration Therapists & Counselors in Peachtree Corners, GA.

 

Immigrants must endure some of the most difficult circumstances and challenges in pursuit of a better life. Despite the stresses they must endure, immigrants often have difficulty finding culturally-responsive mental health care because of differences in language, background, and understanding.

Luckily, there are licensed therapists who are specially trained to help heal the unique mental health issues that immigrants face. If you’re an immigrant dealing with stress, anxiety, depression, or any other mental health issue, or if you need a psychological evaluation for immigration, you could greatly benefit from an immigration therapist. Whether you are located in downtown Peachtree Corners, the suburbs of Peachtree Corners, other nearby places such as Johns Creek, Dunwoody, or anywhere else in Georgia, Mental Health Match can help you easily find an experienced therapist or counselor who best meets your needs.

Do You Need Immigrant Mental Health Therapy?

If you’re not quite sure whether you should seek mental health therapy, this section will be helpful. Here are some common symptoms of immigrant mental health that could benefit from therapy:

  • You feel ongoing or severe stress due to your current living situation, the immigration process, or resettlement.
  • You are grieving the loss of your previous home or friends and family in your home country.
  • You have survived one or more traumatic events and feel ongoing stress.
  • You feel depressed and don’t feel motivated to move toward your goals.
  • You find it difficult to make friends or purposely isolate yourself from others.
  • You feel overwhelmed by the new culture you’re in and are having difficulty adjusting.

If any of the above describes you, therapy can help significantly. To learn a bit more about immigration and mental health, read this article on mental health issues experienced by U.S. immigrants.

Seek Immigrant Mental Health Therapy Now!

Immigration and mental health issues go hand in hand, but you don’t have to submit to mental and emotional issues and allow them to control your life. You can seek treatment from an immigration therapist who understands your unique plight and can help you work through your issues. With Mental Health Match, finding a qualified immigration therapist is easy! Start by browsing experts below or by using our free therapist matching tool.

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Together, we will take a gentle and nonjudgmental look at your internal experiences, behaviors, and relationships, and I will help you identify prominent themes and patterns that arise in different contexts so that we can identify areas for change.


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Together, we will take a gentle and nonjudgmental look at your internal experiences, behaviors, and relationships, and I will help you identify prominent themes and patterns that arise in different contexts so that we can identify areas for change.

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My approach is collaborative, and I work closely with each client to create a unique experience that is tailored to their specific challenges and needs. My primary goals are to help clients understand themselves and practice self-compassion.

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Susana Solomon
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We will discuss everything and anything that you feel comfortable bringing into our session. The focus will be on past behaviors and patterns that have kept you from reaching happiness and satisfaction in your life. Together we will work on tools.


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We will discuss everything and anything that you feel comfortable bringing into our session. The focus will be on past behaviors and patterns that have kept you from reaching happiness and satisfaction in your life. Together we will work on tools.

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My theoretical modality is centered on the principles of humanistic theory which provides a more holistic treatment approach building upon a person's skills and positive characteristics to help them attain personal fulfilment.

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  • Hispanic and Latino Issues
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Dr. Sophia Aguirre
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we will co-create a decolonized, affirming and inclusive space. We will work collaboratively to help you gain a deeper understanding of your authentic self & create healthier, more authentic relationship with yourself and others.


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we will co-create a decolonized, affirming and inclusive space. We will work collaboratively to help you gain a deeper understanding of your authentic self & create healthier, more authentic relationship with yourself and others.

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You deserve a therapeutic relationship in which you feel empowered, truly seen and deeply understood. My culturally-affirming approach is guided by a sense of compassion, genuine curiosity, and social justice values.

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Work to get you to where you want to be. Therapy is for you and therefore we meet you where you are as a client and where you would like to go as a client.


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Work to get you to where you want to be. Therapy is for you and therefore we meet you where you are as a client and where you would like to go as a client.

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Our approach is direct, honest, and non-judgmental. We are empathetic to you seeking out therapy and know that you need that understanding to get where you desire to be.

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  • Empty Nest
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  • Guardians and Children
  • High anxiety
  • Hispanic and Latino Issues
  • Immigration evaluations
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Dr. Humama Khan
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Finding meaning and impact of the past, along with your purpose in the present, can inspire positive changes. We'll discuss how to face and embrace fears and anxiety, while moving towards living a life of purpose.


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Together, we will:

Finding meaning and impact of the past, along with your purpose in the present, can inspire positive changes. We'll discuss how to face and embrace fears and anxiety, while moving towards living a life of purpose.

Something to know about my approach is:

I focus on a holistic approach where we consider multiple aspects of the mind, body, and environment. Additionally, my therapy is conducted through a multicultural lens which advocates for an understanding and respect for the nuance in each person.

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  • Anxiety
  • Attention Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • BIPOC
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  • children of immigrants
  • Depression
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  • Finding Meaning or Purpose
  • Generalized Anxiety Disorder
  • grief
  • Identity
  • Immigrants
  • Intergenerational trauma
  • Multicultural Issues
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  • Postpartum
  • Racial or Ethnic Identity
  • Religious Identity
  • Trauma
  • Women's Identity/Image
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