Dr. Liz Currin is a licensed clinical psychologist who came to AAPA after teaching psychology at Georgia State University and working in the GSU Counseling Center. She earned her Ph.D. at Duke University and has degrees in religion and theology, as well.
Dr. Currin works with individuals 18 years of age and older who may be experiencing a wide range of problems, including:
Depression and other mood disorders
Illness and medical issues
Parenting skills and issues
Spirituality and religion
Dr. Currin's primary interests include:
Becoming a parent
Dr. Currin views each individual's situation as a unique life story. Change comes about through a collaboration between therapist and patient, with respect for the patient's life history and experience. Both therapist and patient must be willing to experiment with new solutions to longstanding problems, to retain what has worked in the past, and to be creative in devising new approaches to life's challenges.
Dr. Currin can be reached by calling (770) 953-6401 x. 325.
Dr. Currin's website: Atlanta Affair Recovery