Client Portal
Courtney Daniels, LCSW, PMH-C

Courtney Daniels, LCSW, PMH-C

Therapist Specializing in Infertility, Pregnancy, Postpartum & Parenting in Alpharetta GA

The best way to find out if this approach is for you is to schedule a complimentary 20 - 30 minute consultation. Depending on your therapist's availability, this consult may be held over the phone, via video, or in-person.

she/her
Available Daytime
$155+/session

As we evolve in our lives, we are bound to come across moments and experiences that leave us feeling overwhelmed, challenged or out of sync. Some moments may be too difficult to overcome on your own or with the help of family or friends and you may find yourself feeling stuck, moving in circles or looking back vs forward. Often, the most difficult experiences uncover one’s strengths, truths and desires. My goal in therapy is to help you work through the beliefs and experiences that are holding you back from happiness, freedom and your fullest potential. I will join and guide you as you explore unfamiliar paths, overcome roadblocks and advance towards your well-being goals. 

Seeking therapy is a difficult step, perhaps one you have been contemplating for some time. Breathe and know that today, you are taking action towards a healthier and happier YOU! This may feel scary and uncertain as all change does. I will help you feel safe, supported and empowered during our time together.  

Every individual and every situation is unique; therefore, my supportive, collaborative and eclectic approach to therapy will be tailored specifically to you. I employ a variety of evidence-based techniques including cognitive-behavioral therapy, family systems theory, solution focused therapy, mindfulness and psycho-education. 

I specialize in maternal mental health, perinatal loss, adjusting to life with a baby, parenting and relationship challenges. My passion is helping women (and their partners) navigate through the imperfect experience of motherhood. Becoming a parent can be a beautiful, exciting and rewarding time. However, for many, it can become a scary, overwhelming and dark time. Let’s work together to get your light shinning again.

Areas of Expertise:

Works With:

Modalities:

Education:

Masters, Clinical Social Work, University of Chicago

Specialized Training:

  • Certified Perinatal Mental Health Specialist

  • Certified Gottman Bringing Baby Home Educator

  • Resolve Through Sharing Bereavement Training

  • Parents as Teachers Training

Credentials:

Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), State of Georgia (CSW005996)

Courtney's Blog Posts

Coping with Pregnancy and Infant Loss

Coping with Pregnancy and Infant Loss

Author: Courtney Daniels, LCSW, PMH-C

The grief associated with pregnancy and infant loss is complex in that it encompasses a multitude of losses ~ loss of hopes, dreams, and the future as you planned it. …

Dear Dads, Paternal Postpartum Depression is Real

Dear Dads, Paternal Postpartum Depression is Real

Author: Courtney Daniels, LCSW, PMH-C

Postpartum depression has traditionally been viewed as a condition limited to women. In truth, fathers similarly experience significant biological, environmental, and general life changes that can lead to symptoms of …

Maternal Mental Health Awareness Month ~ YOU are not alone

Maternal Mental Health Awareness Month ~ YOU are not alone

Author: Courtney Daniels, LCSW, PMH-C

No matter the struggle you are experiencing during your pregnancy or postpartum, you are not alone. Perinatal mood and anxiety disorders (PMADs) are the #1 complication of childbirth.  …

Perinatal Matters: The Importance of Perinatal Counseling and Finding a Trained Perinatal Therapist

Perinatal Matters: The Importance of Perinatal Counseling and Finding a Trained Perinatal Therapist

Author: Courtney Daniels, LCSW, PMH-C

Pregnancy, childbirth, and parenting bring significant change, stress, and worry to life even when all goes to plan. …

PTSD in Parents of Preemies

PTSD in Parents of Preemies

Author: Courtney Daniels, LCSW, PMH-C

The excitement of parenthood can quickly come to a halt with the birth of a premature baby. Research over the past decade has shown that between 40-60 percent of NICU …

Coping with the Coronavirus Pandemic During Pregnancy

Coping with the Coronavirus Pandemic During Pregnancy

Author: Courtney Daniels, LCSW, PMH-C

Fear and anxiety are likely at the forefront of your mind these days. Worries about your risk for illness, concerns for your unborn baby, uncertainty about the logistics of your …