Identity Theft Victim Needs a Therapist
June 21, 2013 6:14 PM   Subscribe

Very short and to the point question. A family member has been the victim of identity theft, and are doing very poorly in terms of mental health in the process of trying to cope. They have severe phone anxiety, social anxiety, etc, and this is emotionally destroying them. I need a therapist in the Atlanta metro area, preferably Dunwoody/Norcross area that is taking new patients ASAP and who has experience with ID theft and anxiety issues. Bonus if they take Blue Cross Blue Shield GA's Blue Choice POS insurance, but willing to pay if they don't.
posted by strixus to Health & Fitness (2 answers total)
I found my therapist by looking at the Psychology Today Find a Therapist webpage. You can search by area, insurance and issues (anxiety? coping skills?) it's easy to send an email via the website asking if they're taking new patients. Call the ones who say they are to find out if they'd be a good fit.
posted by vespabelle at 10:04 PM on June 21, 2013

Response by poster: Unfortunately that site hasn't been helpful, vespabelle. I tried looking there, and there are virtually none in our area it seems.
posted by strixus at 12:12 PM on June 22, 2013

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