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Atlanta Young Men's Counseling for 20-Something Young Men in Atlanta

Help for 20-Something Men in Atlanta!


  • Are you a young man in your 20's trying to get your life in order? 

  • Do you feel lost and unsure of the direction you need to go in life?

  • Are you depressed, anxious, or feeling confused?

  • Are you not sure of who you are? 

  • Are you trying to find your identity?

  • Do you lack purpose or meaning in life?

  • Are you struggling with your sexuality?

  • Are you struggling to break free from drugs or alcohol?

  • Are you feeling alone and unable to make friends?

  • Have you struggled academically? 

  • Have you dropped out of life?

  • Are you a procrastinator?

  • Are you angry or aggressive?

  • Are you struggling with relationships?


If any of these questions resonate with you, there is help here for you.

We provide counseling therapy and life coaching for young adult men in Atlanta who are struggling with:


  • male depression

  • anxiety - panic

  • male identity issues

  • male sexuality

  • recovery from drugs, alcohol, substance abuse

  • social anxiety

  • anger and aggression 

  • relationship issues 

We provide counseling and life-coaching for young men seeking to improve themselves and change their lives.


A free 15-minute consultation! 678-456-2911


Daniel P. David, Ph.D., LCSW ~ Therapist

550 Pharr Road, Suite 225 Atlanta, GA 30305

2342 Perimeter Park Drive, 2nd Floor

Atlanta, GA 30341

* We are conveniently located with plenty of free parking. 

Our Metro Atlanta Metropolitan services areas include Atlanta, Alpharetta, Marietta, Roswell, Decatur, Lawrenceville, Buckhead, Roswell, Duluth, Woodstock, Acworth, Sandy Springs, Symrna, Ellijay, and North Georgia.





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Counseling & Life-Coaching for 

Twenty-Something Guys in Atlanta!

For a young adult man, the twenties (20's) can be an exciting time of self-discovery, going out into the world to explore your possibilities, adventure, and finding your place in the big picture of life. The 20's can also be a bit scary for most guys, because it's a time of making some very important decisions that may determine the trajectory of your entire life! 

We believe that it is important to work with 20-something men at the start of their lives in order to better empower them emotionally and psychologically to be more resilient and focused to achieve their dreams and aspirations. 

Whether you want to call it therapy or life-coaching, the goals are to experience self-discovery through the following:

  • Developing a healthy self-identity.

  • Finding directions and purpose for your life. 

  • Identifying your career choices.

  • Learning the path to Mastery of life and career. 


Topics of Interest to Most Young Men

The following are just a few topics that we talk about and work through in the young men's group, individual therapy, and life-coaching:

1. Who am I? And where am I going?
2. What is my identity?
3. How do I become independent?
4. What do I want to do with my life?
5. How do I overcome my alcohol/drug addiction?
6. Why do I feel I need a girlfriend to make my life better?
7. What does it mean to be a man? 
8. How do I deal with my emotions?
9. What is my purpose in life?
10. How can I learn to make friends and navigate social situations while overcoming my anxiety?
11. How do I achieve meaningful success in my life?
12. How do I learn to have confidence in my decisions?
13. Why do I tend to have a lot of chaos going on?
14. Why am I so depressed all the time?
15. Why am I afraid of other's opinions of me?


Confused? Depressed? Seeking Answers?



Daniel P. David, PhD, LCSW


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