Dr. Lee Bennett, PhD

Dr. Arthur Bennett is a licensed clinical psychologist and licensed professional counselor practicing at Attento Counseling- Cartersville, Georgia. With over 30 years in the human services profession, Dr. Bennett has acquired a diverse professional and educational background. Possessing advanced degrees in clinical psychology, behavior analysis, psychometrics, education, school psychology, and counseling he has provided support to individuals and families in public and private hospitals/settings, and within the education arena. Starting his career in an admission office of a state run psychiatric facility in Northwest Georgia serving a diagnostically acute and chronic varied population, Dr. Bennett learned early on that the approach one takes while interacting with other human beings can be the difference between success and failure in developing a therapeutic alliance and lasting relationship. Dr. Bennett obtained his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the Fielding Graduate School in Santa Barbara, California and completed his residency at the Mississippi State Hospital and completed psychiatric grand rounds training through the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, Mississippi. Additionally, he completed an Educational Specialist degree in School Psychology from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and a Master of Science degree in Applied Clinical Behavior Analysis and Psychometry from Jacksonville State University in Jacksonville, Alabama.

Dr. Bennett utilizes a combination of Cognitive Behavior Therapy, psychoeducation, and neurodevelopmental strategies to address concerns that clients present while in therapy. Throughout his career, Dr. Bennett has developed a sincere passion and obtained an extensive knowledge and experience base in providing individual and family therapy surrounding life issues including but not limited to:

  1. Depression/Mood Disorders
  2. Anxiety Disorders
  3. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  4. Adult ADHD
  5. Executive Functioning problems
  6. Adjustment issues
  7. Autism Spectrum Disorders
  8. Intellectual Disabilities
  9. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  10. Behavior management
  11. Life stressors/Stress Management
  12. Anger Management
  13. Learning Disabilities (e.g., Reading Writing, and Math)
  14. Family therapy
  15. Parenting
  16. Special Education Issues
  17. Addictions

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