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Eddie Reece, MS, LPC, BC-TMH Psychotherapist

Office: Getting Along, Inc.
Downtown Alpharetta
Alpharetta, GA 30009
Phone: (770) 671-1814
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Profession: Professional Counselor/Therapist
Services: Psychotherapy/Counseling
Telehealth (Video/Phone) Therapy
Career Evaluations and Counseling
Consultation Services to Employers
Couples Counseling
Anxiety and Stress Management
Mid Life Issues
Improving Your Financial Life
Practice Description:
Telementalhealth Provider.

I'm a board-certified telementalhealth provider. I have been for a number of years. If you are located anywhere in the state of Georgia, I can meet with you online, on the phone, through text and email. Feel free to contact me with any questions.

Not getting along? You've come to the right place. Many of the problems you face involve relationships. Improving relationships is a mainstay of counseling. Call now to find out how you can improve the relationships in your life! I can also help with stress, anxiety and almost anything that ails you.

Learn more about me and my services on my personal site. There's a link on the top of this page. Thanks for taking the time to look for a way to change your life!

Benefits of Psychotherapy:

Improve the quality of your life.

Create satisfying relationships, freedom from a hurried lifestyle and more joy in everyday living.

Visit a different kind of personal trainer.

If you're like most people, you strive to enhance many areas of your life. If you spend time and money on yourself physically with exercise and medical care, mentally by education, then why not improve emotionally too?! I believe the quality of your life is measured by the quality of your relationships. The quality of your relationships depends on your relationship skills. Psychotherapy, or counseling, can improve your relationship skills, improving your relationships and the quality of your life.

Maybe you've heard of psychotherapy and believed it was for people with "real problems." Psychotherapy is also effective with common, everyday situations.

If you'd like to live a more peaceful, less hurried life, psychotherapy can help.

If you want to communicate more effectively with loved ones and ones not so loved,
psychotherapy can help.

If you want to achieve more intimacy in your loving guessed it.
Psychotherapy can help!!

Benefits of

A more relaxed lifestyle

Gain personal power

Experience more love in your relationships

Better self understanding

Establish a healthy balance among life's responsibilities

Freedom from addictions

Improved family relationships

Effective problem solving skills

An improved financial life

Improve athletic ability

Enhance the physical, emotional and spiritual areas of your life

I also provide worklife consulting. I can improve your business culture with a wide variety of services including communication enhancement, stress reduction and team building.
Practice Specialties or Interests:

(Strengths are
in bold text)
Relationship Issues
Stress Management
Adjustment Disorder
Adult Children of Alcoholics
Anger Management
Anxiety Disorders/Phobias
Asperger's Syndrome
Body Dysmorphic Disorder
Chronic Physical Illness
Cognitive Disorders
Communication Disorders
Eating Disorders
Ethnic/Cultural Issues
Gay/Lesbian Issues
Gender Identity
Impaired Professionals
Life Transitions
Men's Issues
Personal Growth
Sexual Abuse
Sexual Dysfunction
Sleep Disorders
Smoking Cessation
Substance Abuse
Women's Issues
Financial Issues
Sports Enhancement
Age Specialties: Adolescents
Session Formats: Individual
On Line Counseling
Treatment Approaches: Adlerian
Dialectical Behavior Therapy
Family Systems
Light Therapy
Object Relations
Rational Emotive Behavior (REBT)
Self Psychology
Social Learning
Solution-Focused Brief Therapy
I use whatever works best. :)
Additional Demographic Expertise: African American
Asian American
Latino American
Latter-day Saints/Mormon
Middle Eastern
Native American
Pacific Islander
People with Disabilities
Education: Masters
Georgia State University, 1991
License #: LPC002650
Licensed In: Georgia
Additional Licenses/ Certifications: Board Certified Distance Counselor
Professional Affiliations:
American Academy of Psychotherapists
Psychotherapy Guild
Fee Schedule: $250 per 45-minute session
You can pay with a check, cash, or credit card. You can also pay with HSA type accounts. Money paid to a psychotherapist can be deducted from your taxes like doctors and dentists.
Accepted Insurance: You can file for out of network benefits
Insurance and Billing Instructions: You can file for your out of network benefits. Please be aware that filing insurance for counseling with any counselor will result in you having a mental health diagnosis as part of your permanent medial records. Contact me for more information about how best to use your insurance.
Office Hours: M-F 8-7
Driving Directions: Located in downtown Alpharetta. Contact me for specific directions.

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Additional Comments: "What Is Psychotherapy?"

It's a way to enrich your life. Psychotherapy can increase emotional, mental and physical health. It can improve any relationship, enhancing the quality of day to day living. Therapy restores hope and gives direction as you create a successful life.

The truest measure of the quality of your life is the quality of your relationships. Emotional health is vital to a satisfying relationship. Psychotherapy can improve emotional health, thus improving relationships and the value of your life. You spend time and money taking care of your body and mind, why not spend some time and money taking care of your emotional self too?

Psychotherapy addresses personal and emotional challenges. The counselor, or therapist, provides a setting of safety, confidentiality and acceptance, allowing you to fully explore issues. Together, you and your therapist will create new ways to effectively address those issues and “grow through them.” Psychotherapists are a different kind of personal trainer.

Did you take a class in school on how to get along with people, have a happy marriage, raise your children, handle financial matters, and feel at peace with yourself? No? That's why psychotherapy exists. If everyone were taught these important life lessons, there would be little need for psychotherapy. Psychotherapy is educational. It's life and relationship school.

"Can Psychotherapy Help Me?"

Yes it can. Maybe you've heard of psychotherapy and because of stigma or a belief it was for people with "real problems" you hesitated to contact a therapist. Psychotherapy teaches truly effective ways to deal with common, everyday irritations as well as more entrenched patterns of living.

Do you want any of the following?

A more peaceful, less hurried life, with a healthy balance among life's responsibilities.

To feel closer to family members, achieving more intimacy in your loving relationships.

To communicate more effectively with loved ones and ones not so loved.

Improvement in parent-child communication, solutions to problems with teenagers, blended families, alternative family styles, single parenting and adoption.

Relief of children's emotional and behavioral problems.

Freedom from addictions.

Better self understanding.

An improved financial life, more money and freedom from financial worries.

Feel better about yourself, increase confidence, have more fun, find more meaning in your life, tolerate the hassles of traffic.

Improve your performance in sporting activities, be a better golfer, tennis player, or skier.

Psychotherapy can help you with the changes you haven't accomplished on your own. If you want to...well, almost anything, you guessed it. Psychotherapy can help.

"Why Psychotherapy?"

People consider psychotherapy for many reasons:

Couple, partner, marriage or relationship difficulties

Life events, including death of a loved one, divorce, serious illness, aging parents or outplacement

Good times like marriage, a new child, a job promotion, falling in love

Depression or anxiety that doesn't go away in a reasonable amount of time

Stress at work, home or school that feels overwhelming

Problems with drugs and/or alcohol


Chronic worry or compulsive thoughts or behaviors.

Excessive anger or frustration

Self-destructive or self-defeating behaviors

Communication problems

Learning to create and sustain satisfying relationships

Job & career issues

Panic attacks or fears that interfere with daily functioning

Issues of sexuality, sexual identity or sexual orientation

Family issues

Children's emotional and behavioral problems

Personal growth and self help

These are just some of the areas that psychotherapy addresses.

"Who Are Typical Clients?"

Typical clients come to improve their lives in many different areas. Almost all our clients are intelligent, materially successful, kind, loving people who want more out of life. They may have relationship problems, addictions, mid-life issues, want to be better athletes, are experiencing end of life issues, learning to cope better with any of life's difficulties such as illness, finding meaning in life, transitions and decision making. People in all phases of their relationships from pre-commitment to divorce and beyond consult a therapist.

As you can see, psychotherapy is helpful for just about anything life presents. If we don't work with your particular concern, we'll help you find someone who does. So, whatever you're facing, contact one of us and let us know how we can help. We may not become your therapist, but you'll be taking a big first step to living the life you want to live.

Eddie Reece, MS, LPC, BC-TMH: As a psychotherapist, business consultant, writer, adjunct professor, public speaker, and creator of Life-Changing DVD's, I've helped thousands of people achieve their goals. I work with individuals, couples, families, groups, businesses and organizations. Go ahead, take the next step and contact me. I look forward to our time together. Explore ways to change your life at 770.671.1814. Email:

Eddie Reece, MS, LPC, BC-TMH Psychotherapist, Counselor / Therapist in Alpharetta

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Years in Practice:  Over 30
Gender:  Male
Accepting New Clients:  Yes
Sliding Fee Scale:  No
Prescribe Medication:  No

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