Veterans PTSD Counseling


counseling for veterans

 PTSD Therapy

At Johns Creek and Alpharetta Counseling, we are honored to offer counseling services to Veterans and their Families. Accepting TriCare, and BCSC insurance carriers. Who better to offer counseling than a vet himself; James King, LPC is a licensed professional counselor that served two tours for his country . He is able to combine his training as counselor with the real life understanding of the military culture and lifestyle. He works with Vets individually and with their families cope with PTSD, adjusting to the civilian lifestyle, mental health, and substance abuse concerns. In addition, he accepts Tricare Insurance.  We utilize the latest counseling methods to help the veterans who served us. Please call the intake line to learn more! 


Military family

Couples and Family Therapy

We offer family counseling with personal insight and care from a counselor who is also a veteran. Our family counseling can help find balance and stability while your loved one is away, or as they integrate back into civilian life. We can work with the whole family, parent/child pairs, and couples. We also offer support to family members in understanding and insight into PTSD, Depression, and Substance Abuse. Our therapists are trained to provide EFT, Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy. This model assists couples to become more attuned and engaged with each other. It goes beyond skill building, it is proven to increase safety in the marital bond. EFT works well with  military families to navigate maintain connection during time away and if trauma has occurred. For more information see our couple's or family therapy page. 

Family Therapy

Neuro Therapy

treating traumatic brain injury

Neurotherapy is an alternative treatment for improving symptoms associated with anxiety and depression, as well as improving mood and general cognitive functioning. It can be added to any of our therapies to aid in regulation of depression and anxiety. It is safe with adults and children. It can be an effective treatment for traumatic brain injury for our veterans.

Neurotherapy is effective for individuals who:

1) Are looking for a natural alternative to medication

2) Do not respond well to traditional treatment approaches

3) Experience symptoms of anxiety and/or depression

4) Are interested in increasing healthy brain function to improve attention and cognition

Neurotherapy serves as an adjunct to psychotherapy. When you have experienced chronic anxiety/stress or depression it is hard to know what "normal" feels like. Neurotherapy helps the brainwaves slow down, feel at peace, and feel content. It helps one to see what the use of coping skills can do over time- helping to foster motivation. It is an effective treatment for our veterans in combination with counseling, especially when medications have not worked.

Several forms of neurotherapy are available, such as Audio-Visual Entrainment Therapy (AVE) and Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS), as well as biofeedback to help reduce anxiety. .

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Johns Creek & Alpharetta Counseling for Children and Adults

400 Prospect Pl,

Alpharetta, GA 30005

Phone. 4048342363