Atlanta Young Men's
Counseling & Parent Support
Are you concerned about your son?
It is natural for parents to be concerned about their son's progress in life. Growing up as a young man has its common share of bumps and hurdles to overcome. Today's young men are struggling with confusion about "who they are" and "what they're supposed to do" with their lives. They often suffer silently with depression and anxiety about feeling lost or overwhelmed with finding their path in life.
Well meaning parents nudge and encourage their sons, but that often leads to conflicts. Parents can feel helpless, frustrated, and stressed when they don't know what to do or how to help facilitate their son's independence and growth.
If you are concerned about your young adult son (18+), it may be helpful to consult with a caring professional to assist with his introduction to therapy and/or life coaching.
Call: (770) 674-0553 and schedule a free 15-minute consultation with Dr. David.
Atlanta Parent Support & Counseling for
Young Adult Men
Worried about your young man?
~ We are here to help you with your son, nephew, or grandson!
(770) 674-0553 option 3
We know it's tough to say and do all the "right" things to help our sons grow up into healthy men. As a parent, I am not here to judge or critique your parenting style. I work with young men knowing the heart of every parent is to have happy, healthy, and successful kids!
Dr. Daniel P. David, PhD
Atlanta Men's Counseling
Atlanta Men's Counseling Center @
Atlanta Psychiatry & Psychotherapy Associates
2150 Peachford Road
Atlanta, GA 30338
We are conveniently located on the Peachford Hospital campus with plenty of free parking.
Our Metro Atlanta Metropolitan servicesareasinclude: Atlanta, Alpharetta, Brookhaven, Johns Creek, Marietta, Roswell, Decatur, Lawrenceville, Buckhead, Roswell, Duluth, Woodstock, Acworth, Sandy Springs, Symrna, Ellijay, and North Georgia.
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