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Dr. Shirley Boone-Sanford, PhD

Current Availability:

M - 10:00 am to 3:00 pm T, W, Th - 9:00 am to 6:00 pm

Dr. Shirley Boone-Sanford remote and phone therapy in GeorgiaDr. Shirley Boone-Sanford remote and phone therapy in Georgia
Provides therapy in Georgia

About Me:

  • My clients describe me as:

    Supportive, encouraging, nonjudgmental, warm, sincere, and effective.

  • Something to know about my approach is:

    I believe psychotherapy is a collaborative process, wherein I partner with my clients to help them achieve their desired goals for this lives. So my approach is supportive and encouraging but directive and goal driven.

  • Together, we will:

    Identify issues that are causing stress and/or preventing you from achieving your goals,. Work together to resolve those issues or help you learn to cope with them in such a way that they no longer present a barrier to your goal achievement.

  • I specialize in working with people who:

    I specialize in working with women (of all ages) and girls with all aspects of their lives, including ADHD/ADD, self care, work-life balance, relationships, and parenting.

  • I became a therapist because:

    I love helping women and girls live life to their fullest in an authentic way that works for them.

  • Something that stands out about where I offer therapy is:

    We are women helping women achieve emotional well-being.

  • More about me and my practice:

    My approach to therapy stresses the importance of the way we think and how that impacts how we feel and act. It is therapy that is directed at changing one’s thoughts which in turn changes feelings and behavior.

More Details:

In-Network with:

Aetna, Alliant Health Plan, BlueCross BlueShield Anthem, Medicaid, Medicare, Optum VA, Peach State Health Plan, TRICARE, UnitedHealthcare, WellCare

Languages Spoken:

English

Years Licensed:

20





Photos Of Where I Offer Therapy:

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