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- Dr. Fred Breme
- I used to go to Fred Breme in Athens who was affiliated with UGA somehow.
I don't know if he is still in the Athens area or not. He was an excellent hypnotherapist. There
was a grad student working at the Counseling office in Aderhold Hall that practiced hypnotherapy
who I thought was great, and they go by a sliding fee scale. I don't know if any of their soon-to-be
grads have this specialty.
- Fred Breme, PhD, Psychologist, Athens Assoc. for Counseling & Psychotherapy,
598 S. Milledge Avenue,
Suite 5, Athens, GA 30605-0709 706-353-0709, Fax: 706-549-3167, Depression, anxiety, medical issues, death and grief
BCBS,Aetna, Beech St, Cameron United Behavioral Health Insurances
I have not done this but I have a counselor whom I trust very much and he does this. His name is Dr. Breme and his
practice is found here: http://www.athenspsychotherapy.com/
It really depends what it is you want to address with hypnotherapy, as it is very good for some things and not for others.
We are fortunate to have a very good therapist in town, Fred Breme, that employs hypnotherapy as indicated, so he would be good to
let you know if it was going to be of use for your presenting concern, or not. He is likely on whichever insurance plan
you chose from UGA. He is also usually quite busy, so it can take awhile to get an initial appointment. It is to your
advantage that he is usually not as busy during the summer.
Have used to great success. My therapist is Don Randall at Athens Associates.
I've tried it and it did not work because I have some real trust issues. I did not trust him and I could not be
hypnotized! It is very creepy. At least it was for me. I would not let go of control over me.