Licensed Marriage & FamilyTherapist and Professional Counselor

Charles “Skeet” Stokes is an LMFT (Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist) and an LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor) located in Roswell, Georgia. He diagnoses and treats mental and emotional issues, concerns within marriages, couples, and families. Charles also has vast experience working with adolescents and adults who suffer from Anxiety, OCD, Depression, Alcohol, Drug & Sex Addictions, ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder and LD (Learning Disabilities). He also works with individuals and families where various forms of Trauma Anxiety and PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) have been experienced.

His sessions are conducted on an individual, pre-marital, married couples, family, and extended family, or on a group basis, when appropriate. He has been in private practice since 1989. His prior professional career was in marketing and sales for twenty years. As a result, he came to the field of counseling and therapy with life experiences and business background. Charles works with clients around the Atlanta metro area including Roswell, Alpharetta, Milton, Johns Creek, Cumming, Dunwoody, Woodstock, and surrounding areas. On occasion, Skeet does extended family interventions that may require traveling outside of the Atlanta area.


Men Issue Counseling

Men’s issues can refer to a number of concerns that may affect mental or physical health and well-being and lead men to seek therapy. Statistically, men do not typically seek therapy in high numbers, but when they do, they generally report the same types of concerns that might lead anyone to seek therapy, such as depression, stress, anxiety, and relationship concerns.

Group Therapy

A form of psychotherapy in which a group of patients meet to describe and discuss their problems together under the supervision of a therapist.Group therapy attempts to give individuals a safe and comfortable place where they can work out problems and emotional issues. Patients gain insight into their own thoughts and behavior, and offer suggestions and support to others.