Online Therapy Georgia

Speak with a Georgia licensed therapist through an online therapy appointment. Our online therapists offer counseling and emotional support for anxiety, depression, stress, and loss. You can meet with a Georgia online therapist with PlushCare's online therapy for $169 per session.

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Online therapy that fits into your schedule — on web or mobile from the privacy of your device

95% of therapy patients recommend PlushCare to friends or family

Save time and money while receiving high-quality online therapy care and support

See an online therapist in three simple steps

Step 1

Find your online therapist.

Browse our network of top therapists to find one that matches your needs.

Step 2

Book an online therapy appointment.

Get private and secure emotional support weekly from your dedicated therapist.

Step 3

Talk to your therapist online.

Visit with a licensed online therapist on your smartphone or computer.

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How Does Online Therapy in Georgia Work?

Finding a therapist is a major step in taking charge of your mental health. Online therapy works by going to an appointment online and speaking with a licensed therapist through video chat. In Georgia, you can book an online therapy appointment through a telehealth platform such as PlushCare.  

Online therapists at PlushCare can help you through difficult times in your life, such as with a trauma or loss, or with simple everyday life stressors such as anxiety related to work or school. PlushCare’s Georgia virtual counseling offers professional licensed therapy through the convenience of your smartphone or computer.

Meet Cheryl Lynn, Georgia Licensed Therapist

Cheryl S. Lynn is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 20 years of experience working with young children to the elderly. She graduated from Georgia College in August 1993 with a B.S. in Psychology and from Clark Atlanta University in May 1997 with a Masters degree in Social Work. She is currently working on her doctorate in Community Care and Counseling with a trauma focus at Liberty University. Cheryl’s specialty is working with those who struggle with PTSD or trauma-related issues. She also works with those dealing with depression, anxiety, stress, grief, and life transitions.  

After many years of working in child agencies, clinics, nursing homes, mental health agencies, home health and schools, Cheryl decided to obtain her clinical license in 2012. As a professional therapist, Cheryl believes her role is to guide you as you take steps towards positive life changes, healing, and a healthy mind. Cheryl has training in various techniques such as CBT, mindfulness, and mind-body work. Cheryl is here to listen and to help provide the confidence and guidance you need to change negative behavior patterns and begin taking steps in the right direction.

Meet Kimberly Nelson, Georgia Licensed Therapist

Dr. Kimberly Nelson earned her M.S. in Psychology from Eastern Washington University and her Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision from the University of Northern Colorado. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor and an Approved Clinical Supervisor with 19 years of experience. Her clinical work is diverse working with a wide range of clients in community mental health and private practice.  

Dr. Nelson believes the therapeutic relationship is the foundation for any change and fosters respectful and collaborative relationships with her clients. Her approach is holistic, using mindfulness and your strengths to help you achieve your goals. Your concerns, experiences, personal history, and expertise will inform your work together. Kimberly’s goal is to provide a safe, non-judgmental, nurturing environment to position clients as the experts on where they are now, and where they want to go, so they can examine and challenge their concerns.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Are there any online therapy services in Georgia?

    Yes, online therapy services are offered through telehealth platforms that use technology such as video chat to complete therapy sessions. Online therapy at PlushCare is completed through the convenience and security of a virtual platform and can be done in the comfort of your own home.

  • How much does online therapy in Georgia typically cost?

    The cost of online therapy in Georgia varies with each therapist. Typically, the average cost of one 45- to 60-minute therapy session is between $100-$500 depending on the therapist's credentials, experience, specialty, and location.  

    At PlushCare, online therapy with licensed therapists is available and affordable. PlushCare offers online therapy services at $169 per session. You can review each licensed therapist's biography and credentials before booking your online appointment. You can also book a free 15-minute consultation to learn more about online therapy at PlushCare.

  • Is online therapy legit?

    Yes, online therapy in Georgia is legitimate and valid. Each state regulates telehealth services related to online therapy. Licensed professionals lead the therapy sessions via a telehealth application that utilizes video technology to offer safe, secure, and convenient therapy sessions.

  • Can you get psychological help online?

    Yes, professional therapy with a licensed therapist can be offered as a 100% online program. Online therapy can be effective through providing psychological expertise which promotes mental health. You can gain the benefits of therapy whether the session is online or in-person.

  • Does Georgia offer online therapy?

    Yes, online therapy at PlushCare allows you to access quality therapy from a licensed professional therapist from anywhere in Georgia.  

    PlushCare’s licensed Georgia therapists provide virtual counseling across the state of Georgia, including online therapy in Atlanta and other major cities.

  • When did teletherapy become popular in Georgia?

    With more than 90% of the U.S. population under a stay-at-home order during the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, telehealth quickly became popular, including teletherapy services. Not only were these services the only safe way to provide care; insurance companies and government agencies lifted telehealth restrictions that previously limited the use of telehealth for counseling services.

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