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Stanley E. Hibbs, Ph.D.

Stanley E. Hibbs, Ph.D., earned his doctorate in clinical psychology from Georgia State University.  He is a Fellow of the Georgia Psychological Association and a Member of the American Psychological Association.  He is listed on the National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology.    

Dr. Hibbs is the author of a forthcoming book Consider It Done: Ten Prescriptions for Finishing What You Start.

Prior to going into private practice, Dr. Hibbs held the following positions:
--Coordinator of Child & Adolescent Services, Cobb-Douglas Mental Health Center
--Psychologist and Clinical Supervisor, Adolescent Program, Clayton Mental Health Center
--Psychologist and Clinical Supervisor, Adolescent Care Unit, an inpatient treatment program.
--Psychologist, AlphaCare Christian Counseling Center.

Dr. Hibbs has held faculty positions at the following colleges:
Kennesaw State
Oglethorpe University
Mercer University, Atlanta

Dr. Hibbs' clinical specialties include depression, anxiety disorders (panic/phobia/obsessive-compulsive disorder), marital issues, substance abuse, child/adolescent/family issues, and positive life changes such as weight-loss, smoking cessation, and overcoming procrastination.    

In addition, Dr. Hibbs is a trained executive/personal coach.  He is a graduate of the MentorCoach program, a coach training that only accepts licensed clinicians.  His coaching specialties include effective goal setting, time management, writers' block, strategic career planning, leadership styles, and maintaining a balance between work & family life.  For more information about Dr. Hibbs' coaching practice, go to his web site ( and subscribe to his free e-mail newsletter.


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