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Individual Counseling and Couples Therapy in Cumming, GA. Lisa Headrick Meyer, M.A., LPC When is it time to seek professional counseling? Chances are, if you are looking for Individual Counseling or Marriage Counseling…now is the time. Let this be the year you take care of yourself and get your life in order. Your life, body, relationships, physical, spiritual and emotional health are priceless assets that need to be taken care of—and taken seriously.

Are you depressed? Stressed? Have marital problems?  Through individual counseling, marriage counseling or couples counseling you can expect to achieve effective results that empower you to obtain the changes you seek in your life. Have you had multiple losses this year?  Are you afraid that your marriage or relationship is in trouble? Has there been an affair? Or do you want to protect your marriage from infidelity? Are you stressed out by all your commitments?  Do you have a hard time saying “no?” Are there difficult people in your life that you are having a hard time figuring out how to handle? Do you need to make some changes in your life, but are struggling on how to execute them?

No more procrastinating… counseling can help. Let’s get started. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in Cumming, GA, specializing in the treatment of adults and couples that are serious about seeking the most effective, no nonsense, result-oriented counseling solutions for their life and relationships.

If you are tired of floundering around and you are motivated to make the necessary changes to get your life in order, the search is over. I am honored to have the privilege and opportunity to serve you.  Please call 770-781-3793 to schedule your appointment. If you aren’t quite ready to dig into the necessary life changing work ahead of you, do not despair. We can begin the good work the minute you are ready. I look forward to our work together.



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