Sometimes it's hard to reach out for help when life presents unexpected challenges. Perhaps your relationship has soured. Maybe your child has you ready to yank your hair out. Has dealing with aging parents taken its toll on your emotions? Are you an athlete looking to take your game to the next level? Need help coping with nagging pain? There are times in life when you need to talk to someone who can help you see things from a new perspective, help you resolve your issues, and get back into the game of life.
That's what I do. I'm Doctor Robert Jones, a psychologist at the Behavioral Institute of Atlanta in Sandy Springs. I can help you understand the problems that are affecting your life and will work with you to find meaningful, efficient, and effective solutions.
For more than fifteen years, I have used brief therapy techniques, coaching, and canine-assisted therapy to help hundreds of children, adolescents, and adults get unstuck. My clinical experience, combined with more than thirty years as an ordained minister gives me a unique perspective. Let's talk soon.
Here's what a client had to say in an unsolicited testimonial (used with permission): "Everything about my son's appointments with Dr. Jones has always been first rate. My son has a rather significant case of ADHD and Dr. Jones has a subtle yet pervasive way of getting in my son's head and rummaging around to help my son see things in a sometimes new and different way. It is a great thing to see my son maturing into a pretty great young man despite all of the pitfalls that accompanies his ADHD. Dr. Jones is helping my son to realize that his ADHD is not insurmountable. It CAN be managed with simple techniques that my son and I are both learning with the help and guidance of Dr. Jones. We know he is great and thought the rest of the world should too. Oh, and many woofs can be said for his very beloved (by my son and I) therapy dogs, MJ and Bailey. They are the best! With as much respect as admiration, thank you for all you do to help my son and I traverse this thing called ADHD."
Doctor Sandy Vallin Heinsz from Peachtree City said: "Dr. Jones combines compassion, humor and knowledge skillfully to move his clients rapidly forward. I frequently refer clients to him, and the feedback I receive from them is always glowing and the personal transformations are apparent."
Brother Stan Berrong, Senior Pastor of Glen Haven Baptist Church in McDonough writes, "Through the years that I have known him, I have sent several members of our church to Doctor Bob for therapy and counseling. He has helped many members in our church to get victory in their life and to continue on a path of personal and spiritual growth."