Sonia Torretto M.Ed., NCC, LPC – Sonia Torretto is a Licensed Professional Counselor with over 25 years of experience and a license since 1993. Sonia graduated from Emory University in Atlanta and did her graduate work at the University of Georgia in Athens. She has worked in most levels of care such as inpatient, outpatient, residential and private practice.

Sonia was President of the Licensed Professional Counseling Association of Georgia in 2004-2005 and the Association’s 24th Counselor of the Year. She remains active with her professional association. Her expertise areas are with adolescents, addictive disorders, transgender, divorce and parent alienation. She has a general practice doing individual, family, group and relationship counseling.

Sonia is also the author of the book titled “Men Should Come with Warning Labels” which can be purchased at She also has a blog at where you can ask questions for free, comment or ask a confidential therapy question.

  • Years in Practice: 27 Years
  • School: University of Georgia
  • Year Graduated: 1989
  • License No. and State: LPC001643 Georgia
  • Avg Cost (per session): $120 – $180
  • Accepts Insurance: Yes
  • Accepted Payment Methods: American Express, Cash, Check, Discover,
  • Health Savings Account, Mastercard, Paypal, Visa
  • LPCA, Licensed Professional Counseling Association
    • Since: 1989
  • PAAO parent alienation awareness organization
    • Since: 2011
Adolescent Girls

Teen girl’s group ages 12-19. Focus on real life issues (school, parents, drugs, sex, recovery, boys, relationships, peer pressure etc). Meets every week even in summer.

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Young Women’s Recovery

Young women’s (19-35) recovery group focusing on issues concerning growth and involvement in a chemical free lifestyle….and all that goes with that. 12 step focus

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Young Women’s Group

This is a general group for college age girls/young women out of high school. Any and all issues can be discussed. Ages 18-28

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“Although I am pretty traditional in my beliefs about the purpose of therapy, I am not your traditional therapist. I do not sit with a notebook and write down everything you say with a hmmmm at the end before I collect my fee. I am interactive and even directive sometimes. I guess that’s why I work well with teenagers:) So, if you want therapy to be fun, I’m your gal.

I have a general practice and enjoy seeing adults, but my specialty area has been adolescents for over 20 years. I have the same amount of experience with addictive disorders, codependency, divorce, parent alienation (I do evaluations and have done court work), anxiety… the list goes on. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and a past President of the Licensed Professional Counseling Association of Georgia. I have a blog titled (free therapy questions). Read my book titled “Men Should Come with Warning Labels”! It’s about relationships and men like it too!

I consider myself a role model for teen girls… and make it a point to help each young woman that comes into my office to become a productive, fulfilled and well rounded individual. I also have done a lot of work in reference to parent alienation, including evaluation and court work.

My practice is in an old home which has been transitioned into office spaces. It is comfortable, in a quiet neighborhood and I even have a couple of therapy cats.”