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We have recently acquired a new therapist to our team (more later!) and we are accepting new clients. Call us today to learn more and to schedule an appointment.

Please note that all appointments will still be done remotely via telehealth through the end of May, and possibly into June. Keep an eye on this page and our social media feed for more information.

Regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and Appointments


Telehealth-only Appointments

As of April 22, 2020, there are 20,740 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Georgia, with 145 in Fayette County.

Effective Monday, March 16, all clients are to be switched to telehealth sessions. We will continue to do telehealth only. We expect to continue using telehealth only until the end of May, possibly into June.

Cancelled: Group Therapy and D&D Wednesdays

All group therapy meetings including Trans Youth Group Therapy and D&D Wednesdays are cancelled until further notice.

Why Are We So Concerned?

The safety of our clients and their families is always our #1 priority, as well as the safety of our staff and our own families. As of April 22, 2020, there are over 2.5 million confirmed cases of COVID-19 worldwide. The United States alone has over 827,000 confirmed cases, with a 5% mortality rate. Seasonal influenza averages about 0.1%. This coronavirus is especially dangerous to persons with compromised immune systems, and it’s killing people who seem to be in excellent health. For many who do recover there is lung scarring that will stay with them for years to come, perhaps the rest of their lives.

Coronavirus is an airborne antigen. This means it’s spread through the ultra fine water droplets in our coughs and sneezes. There is no cure for the virus, only treatments to relieve symptoms, and to assist with breathing in the most extreme cases.

We encourage our clients and followers to do everything they can to limit exposure and the spread of the virus.

  • Stay home as much as possible.
  • When you do go outside stay away from large crowds.
  • Maintain a minimum distance of six feet between yourself and others. 
  • Avoid touching your face.
  • Wash your hands often and use hand sanitizers.
  • Practice good hygiene.
  • Keep physical contact to an absolute minimum, especially with persons who are high risk for developing respiratory issues (immune compromised folks, the elderly, persons with comorbid conditions [high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, et al.])
  • Check in with friends and family who may need help accessing resources, and offer to help them while maintaining social distance requirements.
  • Stay turned to reliable news outlets for the latest information about testing, treatments, confirmed cases, and anything else so you stay informed. At the same time, we encourage you to also minimize your stress levels and walk away from the news if it becomes too much to handle

If You Feel Sick...

If you start to feel sick (general malaise, fever, coughing, body aches, etc) isolate yourself immediately. Call your physician and tell them what your symptoms are. They can decide if you need to be tested or should remain at home to rest and recover.

The CDC is urging persons with mild symptoms (dry cough and high fever) to stay home, rest, and treat your symptoms with over the counter remedies. Only seek medical attention if your symptoms worsen; your fever gets worse or won't reduce, or you have difficulty breathing. Otherwise, you should recover within a week or so. Once you feel better you should wear a face mask and gloves if you have to go out in public, since some research has shown the weakened pathogen may remain in your lungs for up to 40 days.

For more information please visit this page on the CDC's website, and take care of yourself!

More information on reducing infection

For more information on how to prevent infection, please visit this page on the CDC's website.

We Strive To Meet All Your Counseling Needs

Children and Adolescent Therapy

Individual/Family/Couples Therapy

Children and Adolescent Therapy

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We have extensive experience in child and adolescent behavioral issues: 

  ADHD, Anger/Aggression, Anxiety, Autism, Conduct, Defiance, Depression, Divorce, Educational Issues, Impulsiveness, Grief/Loss, Mania, Oppositional Behaviors, Phobias, Reactivity, Stressors, and many more issues. We serve children and adolescents from Pre-K through High School and beyond. 

Internet-Based Therapy

Individual/Family/Couples Therapy

Children and Adolescent Therapy

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  We know how important quality mental healthcare is even for those in the most remote parts of Georgia. By using internet-based tele-mental heath services, we offer quality counseling to EVERY ONE of Georgia's 159 counties without the expense and hassle of travelling to our offices.  

Individual/Family/Couples Therapy

Individual/Family/Couples Therapy

Individual/Family/Couples Therapy

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 Using a combination of therapeutic interventions (CBT, DBT, REBT, SFBT, TF-CBT) we strive to meet your needs and meet you where you are in life's journey. While we are educated and professional, we never forget that you are the expert in your life. We are merely the guides on the path to better mental and emotional health.   

Animal Assisted Therapy

LGBT Affirmative Therapy

Individual/Family/Couples Therapy

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The use of animals as a part of the therapeutic environment helps to make even the hardest things to talk about a little bit easier. While this intervention is not available for everyone, we are willing to discuss the best treatment options for you. 

Sex Offender Treatment

LGBT Affirmative Therapy

LGBT Affirmative Therapy

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Some counseling situations require highly specialized professionals. This is one of those populations, and we are prepared to offer effective, research-based services which are judgement-free, safe, secure, confidential (and when needed, after-hours) to those in need.

LGBT Affirmative Therapy

LGBT Affirmative Therapy

LGBT Affirmative Therapy

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When choosing a therapist to help you deal with life's ups and downs, it's important to choose a therapist who is compassionate, caring, and who understands the unique challenges that come with being a member of the LGBT community. Our therapists are uniquely qualified to assist you in all areas of your therapeutic journey.


Holiday Hours

Now accepting new clients!

Now accepting new clients!

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The office will be closed for the following holidays:

  • Thanksgiving Day (Thursday, Nov 28)
  • Christmas Eve (Tuesday, Dec 24)
  • Christmas Day (Wednesday, Dec 25)
  • New Year's Day (Wednesday, Jan 1)

Now accepting new clients!

Now accepting new clients!

Now accepting new clients!


Good news! We have a new therapist joining our team, and they accept:

  • Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Ambetter
  • Peachstate (Cenpatico)
  • United Healthcare
  • Aetna

Please call the office at 470-215-6101 for more information or to make an appointment.

Member of the ALGBTIC

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 Chuck is now a member of the Association for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues in Counseling.  

The mission of ALGBTIC includes the recognition of both individual and social contexts presenting the confluence of race, ethnicity, class, gender, sexual orientation, ability, age, spiritual or religious belief system, and indigenous heritage.  

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Don't forget to follow us on social media for updates, articles, and tidbits of Chuck's wisdom. We're on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram. We also have a YouTube channel we update with videos of Chuck doing what he does best: talk about and bring awareness to mental health topics in his straightforward, no-nonsense way.

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Insight Out Therapeutics

100 Lloyd Ave. Suite E, Tyrone, Georgia 30290, United States

470-215-6101 (Office) 678-870-2274 (Fax) admin@insightouttherapeutics.com



09:00 am – 08:30 pm


09:00 am – 08:30 pm


09:00 am – 08:30 pm


09:00 am – 08:30 pm


09:00 am – 08:30 pm


09:00 am – 05:30 pm



All hours by appointment. 

Weekend and Late Appointments Available

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