Lauren Strine, LMFT


Our culture perpetuates the myth that pregnancy and the postpartum period should be a time of unabated bliss, but in reality the journey towards motherhood and the postpartum period can a lot more rocky than its made out to be. I work with women who are facing the challenges of this time: postpartum mood or anxiety disorders, pregnancy loss, infertility, or navigating the multiple shifts of becoming a parent: a loss of your previous identity, relationship transitions, changes in how your experience intimacy with your partner, etc. My approach is warm, empathic, and interactive, and tailored to fit each individual. I utilize a person-centered approach, following your lead as I help you clarify your goals and support you in working towards them. You come not as a passive learner, but to actively work on yourself. We often hold solutions to the issues we face, but need space to discover them within a collaborative therapeutic relationship. If your faith is inextricably connected to your psychological well-being, I am experienced in the integration of spirituality within Psychotherapy and welcome exploring those topics in our work together. I prioritize the therapeutic relationship with my clients and offer a free consultation call to help you determine whether I am the right "fit" for you.

Additional Information

PSI Perinatal Mental Health 2-Day Certificate Course Yes

PSI/2020 Mom Online Maternal Mental Health Certificate Course No

PSI Advanced Perinatal Mental Health Course No

Provider type/license # GA MFT001447

Additional specialized Perinatal Mental Health training completed PSI Advanced Psychotherapy Training


1244 Clairmont Rd
Suite 204
Decatur, Georgia 30030
United States

I'm across from the Emory Commons Publix, and just south of the Sotolero Mexican Restaurant. Free parking in our private lot.

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