John T. Doheny III, Licensed Professional Counselor, Master Addiction Counselor

Phone-706-575-1833           Fax-706-324-2088

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (Georgia), Master Addiction Counselor, National Certified Counselor and a Certified Clinical Supervisor.   I have been in the mental health and addiction field for over 35 years, twenty-five of those in acute care inpatient psychiatric hospitals.  I have also served as a part-time instructor at Columbus State University since 2001, teaching graduate studies in the Clinical Mental Health Counselor and School Counselor programs.

Post Traumatic Stress Disorders (related not only to issues specific to members of the Armed Forces but also related to issues reulting from other forms of emotional trauma as individually defined by each trauma survivor, i.e., all forms of abuse or assault, sudden death, accidents, natural disaster and social catastrophe to name a few.)   

Depression / Bipolar / Anxiety Disorder

Grief/Loss (this may be related to a death, health issues, career, relationship, developmental transition to another stage of life including empty nest, relocation or other loss)

Gender Identity Issues and GLBTQ (adult and teen)

Relationship/Couples Issues (this includes those currently in relationships-gay or straight, those just out of relationship and those with a history of chaotic and/or failed relationships as well as)

Parenting Issues (Including grand-parents raising grand-children, parents dealing with their adult children, and parenting in general) 

Adolescent Issues (working with the adolescent)

Developmental Issues (from pre-adolescense through the lifespan)

Substance Abuse/Alcoholism/Other Drug Addiction/Eating Disorders (eating disorders are classified as "substance" related and treated from the addiction model)

Process Addiction (formerly known as behavioral addictions or treated as obsessive/compulsive disorders, i.e. gambling, sexual addiction including pornography, internet addiction, gaming, self-harm/self-mutilation, spending, shoplifting)

Co-Occurring or Dual Diagnosis issues (substance or process/addiction combined with mental/behavioral health disorders, i.e. having a primary diagnosis of Alcohol Use Disorder and a primary diagnosis of Major Depression)