Making Decisions for Stronger Relationships With Barbara Peters

Counselor, coach and relationship expert Barbara Peters is back with tips on decision-making for better relationships.

  • Four Tips for Better Decision-Making in Relationships
  • Joint Decision-Making
  • When Decisions Divide a Relationship


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Barbara received a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from C.W. Post College of Long Island University, a Bachelor of Sciences in Nursing from Stony Brook University, and earned a Master of Science in Counseling from Georgia State University. She is certified by the National Board of Certified Counselors and a member of The Licensed Professional Counselors of Georgia.

Barbara has worked in diverse mental settings: hospitals, managed care companies and treatment centers. She has been in private practice in the Cumming area for close to 12 years, devoting most of her practice to helping couples regain the love that brought them together. Her passion and enthusiasm are evident from the first moment that you meet her. You will notice a style very much like that of a coach, and she often gets her clients to jump on board with her in the first session. It is very much a team effort that ultimately produces the results each couple is seeking to achieve.

Barbara’s nursing background completeS the package, giving her clients the most for their investment, both financially and emotionally. Her dedication to each and every client is unprecedented.

A Long Island native, Barbara has made Georgia her home for the last twenty-six years; her private counseling practice is in Cumming, GA. She is devoted to her family of two grown daughters, four grandchildren, and a Shih Tzu named Gingerlily who often accompanies her to work. The latest edition to the canine family is a young Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Chancey, otherwise known as Chance of a Lifetime. Chancey resides in Charlotte, North Carolina, but visits the Georgia area frequently. Pets have therapeutic value and this one is no exception. In fact in North Carolina her days are spent as part therapy dog, interacting with clients in a Psychology office. She brings much joy to all who meet her.


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