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BRIAN AICHER2019-01-03T00:31:31+00:00

About Me

I approach my work and life with a passion for existing. I enjoy moving through times of struggle, grief, confusion, and triumph with my clients. My approach is to show up as a genuine human being and use skills within my therapeutic capacity. I value using intuition within my interactions with clients, and creating an organic experience within each session. Consistently modeling these values allows me to create a space for others to express their goals and desires without feeling judged or ridiculed. I desire to challenge others to achieve their goals and perceiver through what the mind perceives as difficult. I believe this is one of my many purposes in life. I hope to enrich others lives with the passion and energy that has sustained me on this journey.

Together, we can strive to rebuild your mental health through therapy.  We can take a deep look into your past and current situations. We can help restore your capacity to enjoy life and your relationships. Therapy can provide new insights into your thinking and behavior while developing your coping skills.  It would be my pleasure to provide a free phone consult today to discuss your therapeutic options and take the first step towards developing a richer tomorrow.

Conveniently located at:
317 Creekstone Ridge, Woodstock, GA 30188

During our sessions, I will encourage you to think deeply about reoccurring issues from your life, and apply new coping skills. Whatever these issues revolve around, your thinking will slowly take a more critical perspective through the skills acquired in sessions, and on your own. This is one of many techniques from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. This creates an increased amount of insight, which will allow you to make better decisions.

My areas of expertise include:

Substance Abuse Counseling
Meditation
Mindfullness
Psychotherapy
Consciousness Recognition & Insight Oriented Therapy
Depression
Anxiety and Stress Management
Grief & Loss
Navigating Life Transitions
Twelve Steps of Recovery