Maggie Malone (she/her)


Welcome! I am an individual and group therapist looking to assist others in building their lives worth living.

Clinical Social Worker in Atlanta, GA

  • Individual
  • Group

About My Clients

My specific areas of interest are trauma, anxiety, depression, codependent traits, self-esteem, and addiction. I love teaching tools to help with interpersonal issues, emotion dysregulation, and negative self-talk. I will help you become more aware of your patterns and coping skills; we will identify those which serve you, and those that do not. Then things get really fun (intense, silly, magical, frustrating, and more). I applaud you for reaching out and seeking help! It's no easy feat.

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 became a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP) this year. 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 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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