Carol Finkelstein, L.C.S.W.


Philosophy of Psychotherapy:

"Carol's therapeutic approach creates a safe environment, in which the client's active participation is invited in the process of self-discovery and change.  She believes in the importance of identifying and building on strengths in an effort to relieve emotional pain and intitiate change.  With a psychodynamic approach, Carol uses brief or longer-term psychotherapy, depending on her client's goals and objectives."


  5775 Peachtree Dunwoody Rd.
  Suite C-200
  Atlanta, GA 30342
 ( Sandy Springs, inside I-285)

404-256-2795 Fax

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Professional Expertise/Areas Of Interest:

  • Transitions---leaving home, divorce, new job, new city
  • Relationship issues
  • Alcohol and/or other Drug Abuse
  • Career Issues
  • Grief/Loss
  • Family of Origin Issues

Professional Certifications:
BCD Board Certified Diplomate


  • Simmons College School of Social Work, Boston, MA 1971
  • Emory University 1967

Background Experience:
The majority of Carol's experience has been in private, non-profit settings where she provided psychotherapy and clinical supervision.

Professional Affiliations/Activities:

  • Georgia Society of Clinical Social Work
  • Ethics Committee, Georgia Society for Clinical Social Work

Fee information:
For self-paying clients, I will negotiate fees based on your individual situation and availability of reduced fee openings. 

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