Coby Bryan, LCSW
We all face challenges that arise in our relationships at home, in our community, and within ourselves. In these moments we may wonder what is standing in the way of greater fulfillment in our lives. I believe the experiences of loss, conflict, confusion, fear, and feelings of inadequacy are unavoidable, but not without value.
Through our interactions with others (in therapy and elsewhere) we come to understand and operate in the world around us. I use an attachment perspective in my work and understand secure relationships as a base for regulating our emotions and finding joy. In my role, I am consistently reminded of the inherent goodness present in each of us, and aim to help my clients interpret their experience in a way that allows room for change.
I am a licensed clinical social worker. I earned my undergraduate degree at Clemson University and later completed a graduate program in social work at Kennesaw State University. I have worked primarily with adults in inpatient and outpatient settings since that time. I have additional training in the use of motivational models, mindfulness and cognitive behavioral therapy.
- Family Conflict
- Men’s Issues