Maggie Malone (she/her/hers)


Welcome! I am an individual and group therapist specializing in substance abuse, anxiety, trauma, and women's issues.

Clinical Social Worker in Atlanta, GA

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About My Clients

Do you struggle with the same thoughts going through your head over and over again? Do you find yourself avoiding events because your anxiety is too overwhelming? Maybe you even are coming to realize that you don't necessarily like yourself very much. I love helping clients learn to treat themselves with more compassion and grace. Together we can build skills to help you moving forward, in addition to looking at old wounds and fears that may hold you back.

My Background and Approach

My goal as your therapist is to provide a welcoming, non-judgmental space in which we can explore your individualized goals together. I wish to provide you with support, skills, and compassion that will support your growth. I believe the therapeutic process should be a collaboration between therapist and client. I am here to help you recognize your strengths and to get in touch with your inner wisdom - you are the expert on you! I am here to best support you on your self-exploration. I graduated from the University of Georgia in 2009 with my Bachelors of Science in Psychology and a minor in Dance. I earned my Master’s degree in Clinical Social Work from Smith College School for Social Work in 2017, which provided me with a psychodynamic, social justice-informed foundation. I am also a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP). My approach is person-centered, relational, and non-judgmental. I pull often from DBT, CBT, Attachment theory, and my psychodynamic roots.

My Personal Beliefs and Interests

I am an avid believer in the innate goodness of all people (even though watching the news can test even my limits). I have had the honor to witness clients take ownership of their lives and leave me in awe of their strength and courage. I also attend therapy and have for years, due to my own history of having to unlearn unhealthy coping skills and to build my self-confidence and self-love. Both through my own therapy and in my role as a therapist, I know for certain that change is possible. In individual therapy, we tend to focus on individual and interpersonal change, but I also am a strong advocate for community care and social justice. I continue to educate myself on oppressive systems and do my own work to address my own internalized biases. I support businesses and organizations that promote equity, lift up under-represented voices, and support marginalized communities. Finally, I love dogs, dancing, music, the Great British Baking Show, and am currently learning to crochet.

At A Glance

  • Experience: 3 years of practice
  • Languages: English


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6 Lenox Pointe NE
Atlanta, GA 30324

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