Peg Griffith - Therapist or Counselor

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I am a wife, mother, and nature-lover. Being outdoors is my personal therapy. I became a therapist to put all my life experiences to work to help others: and I learn from my clients each day. It is an honor to work with my clients.

    Contact Info
  • Phone: 404-550-7540
  • Team: Brookhaven
  • Introduced by Jennifer Keaton
  • Joined on 10/21/2016

Recent Comment

Better Together: And Pressure

As a therapist, I advise silence, patience, and stillness under most circumstances, so this is an easy one for me! Clients (especially NEW CLIENTS) calling with “I need to see you ASAP!” generally not only can wait, but should wait. When triggered by another, the best advice is always to pause, take some time, and come back when calmer. BUT, to stick with the metaphor, clamping down from the outside is not what is needed: stillness from the inside is the magic. So when your in-law triggered you this weekend, I hope you stayed silent, smiled, excused yourself, and walked away. And when you were calm, asked yourself: “Is this worth taking a stand over? If it is, can I state my position calmly?” If not worth it, leave it alone. If the issue egregious to you, clamp down.

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    Stillwaters Therapy
  • Plaza 400, 5885 Glenridge Drive NE
  • Suite 130
  • Sandy Springs, GA
  • 30328
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