Anat Goldblum is a Licensed Professional Counselor and National Certified Counselor at The Anxiety & Stress Management Institute. She earned her Master’s degree in Professional Counseling at Georgia State University and her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Georgia State University where she graduated with honors (Summa Cum Laude). She is originally from Israel and fluent in Hebrew.
Anat’s areas of expertise include work with adults, couples, and families on personal growth, relationships, marriage, communication skills, self-esteem, parenting, guilt, anxiety and stress, and adjustment to life transitions and challenges. Anat is especially passionate about working with women and couples on perinatal and postpartum challenges, infertility struggles, and loss of pregnancy. Anat recognizes the need for support in this journey and has a passion for helping women and new parents develop a sense of self and adjust to parenthood. Anat also is very interested in helping children and parents by utilizing play therapy, filial therapy, and art therapy. Anat has experience in community-based therapy services for children. She worked directly with children affected by domestic violence and developed group activities and experiential exercises to explore and understand children’s feelings and help them work through emotional and behavioral problems.
Anat’s theoretical orientation includes an integrative approach incorporating humanistic, experiential, developmental, and cognitive-behavioral therapy, borrowing techniques for particular problems from several theories. She believes that the most important component of a successful therapy outcome is a trusted therapeutic relationship between the client and the therapist.