Karen Eagan Randolph, LCSW


Philosophy of Psychotherapy:

"My philosophy as a therapist is to explore your strengths, defenses (tools you've developed to cope with difficulties in life), your patterns in relationships, unresolved conflicts and unmet needs, and current problems or crises.  Then, collaboratively, goals are set and techniques to accomplish them are discussed.  I love my work and consider it a privilege to be in partnership with my clients."

     

   Randolph
 
  

1739 Johnson Rd., NE
Atlanta, GA 30306

404-876-5042

 

Professional Certifications: 
LCSW (Licensed Clinical Social Worker)
BCD (Board Certified Diplomate)
ACSW (Academy of Certified Social Workers)
 

Education: 
Masters in Social Work University of Wisconsin (Madison) 1968
EMDR International Association (training 1996 and 1997)
Neurolinguistic Programming (training 1983-84)

Background Experience: 
CSFCS - therapist 1968-73  Innovative multicultural practice leadership positions - state and regional professional organization
Private practice 1973 - present  Individuals, couples, groups

Professional Affiliations/Activities:

  • Object Relations Study Group
  • Energy Psychology Study Group
  • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Study Group
Fee information:
For self-paying patients, I will negotiate fees based on your individual situation and availability of reduced fee openings. 

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