Libby Watson, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

You may have been to counseling before or read books that helped, but you are still longing for something more. You may have tried to change for years, and you might have temporary success; however, you still have symptoms that keep coming up. You may feel bound by depression, guilt, anxiety, grief, abuse, compulsions, or anger. There is hope for a brighter future and happiness. There are very effective treatment methods that can help you make the change you have always wanted.

Libby uses the most effective treatment methods that get to the root of the problem rather than treating the symptoms. EMDR is a method that reprocesses memories in a way that resolves your unhealthy beliefs that drive unhealthy behavior.  The long-term solution is “rewiring the brain” removing the “negative circuits” and adding more “joyful circuits”.

Libby is a Licensed Professional Counselor and specializes in Trauma Therapy. She has helped clients get to the root of their behaviors and thoughts since 2008. She earned her Masters of Arts in Professional Counseling from Richmont Graduate University in Atlanta, GA. Her undergraduate studies were obtained at Southern Tech now KSU with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering Technology. She then worked for 15 years in telecommunications network engineering and training.

Libby grew up in Marietta, GA. She has been married since 1988 and have a daughter Tess Wright that is also a counselor at Restoration23 and Restoring Light Counseling

Fees & Insurance-- Libby accept’s MasterCard, Visa, American Ex Personal check or cash. Libby does not accept insurance.


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