Atlanta Psychologist Network  
Individual and Family Therapy

Welcome To Our Website

Marsha B. Sauls, Ph.D.
Donna K. Ulrici, Ph.D.
Wendy Heath-Gainer, Ph.D.
Frances Carroll, DClinPsy
Stan E. Hibbs, Ph.D.
Treatment Philosophy
Contact Information



The experienced Psychologists at the Atlanta Network have specialized in Marital, Family and Individual Therapy since 1988. As an independently practicing psychologist an Atlanta Network Psychologist can provide: Individual therapy, Marital or Couples Therapy, Family therapy, Clinical Supervision, and Psychological Assessment.  Any Atlanta Network psychologist can provide services to adults and adolescents as well as Psychological Assessment for adults, adolescents and children.

Our Treatment Philosophy

Over the last thirty years, a revolution has occurred in our thinking about psychological and emotional problems. This new approach is called the Systemic Perspective. It sees human problems as occurring on many different but interrelated levels: the biological, the psychological, and the social. Our systemic approach to helping people includes the following principals:

  • Problems occur in context. To understand and solve a person's problem, you must understand the situation in which it arises. 

  • Each person belongs to several "systems" such as work, school, and the family. These groups shape our lives more than we realize. For many, the most important system is the family.

  • Each person in a system has a different perspective, a different way of seeing the problem. Each perspective may be helpful for solving a problem.

  • People are usually doing the best they can given the situation as they see it. If they are making mistakes, it is because they are stuck and think there is no other way.

  • People need concrete, practical help solving their problems. Understanding is not enough. Specific suggestions about how to make changes are often useful.

Our Services

The Atlanta Network psychologists offer a broad range of services including assessment, individual, couples, family and group counseling, supervision and consultation.

Some of the people we help have concerns about:

  • Personal growth

  • Difficulties in marital, family and other interpersonal relationships

  • Adjustment to divorce, single parenting, remarriage, and other life cycle transitions

  • Stress with work, child care, and managing dual careers

  • Child management and the parenting of troubled teens

  • Depression, anxiety, fears, abuse, addictions and eating disorders

Contact Information

We are located 1/2 mile north of I-285 on Chamblee Dunwoody Road in the Dunwoody Place North Office Condominiums.

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The Atlanta Network
1864 Independence Square, Suite A
Dunwoody, GA 30338