Allie Argue, AMFT, ABS

Associate Marriage Family Therapist and Sex Therapist

Allie Argue is an Associate Marriage Family & Sex Therapist in Marietta, GA. She specializes in complex trauma, non-traditional relationships, LGBTQIA+ empowerment and the intersection of sexuality, trauma, and chronic illness

Meet Allie Argue, AMFT, ABS

  • Associate Marriage Family Therapist and Sex Therapist
  • Couples Counseling Specialities Include: Sex Therapy, Non-Traditional Relationships, Conflict Management, Communication Concerns
  • Individual Specialities Include: Sexual Identity, Intersection of Sexuality & Trauma, Chronic Health Conditions & Sexuality, Childhood Trauma
  • Other Areas of Expertise: Family Therapy, Blended Families, Sibling Relationships, LGBTQIA+ support and empowerment

About Allie

Welcome, my name is Allie, and I am an Associate Marriage Family Therapist and a Board Certified Sex Therapist here at the Marriage Point. Let’s be honest, healing is difficult and frankly can be messy at times. Humans are sexual beings, let us sit down and explore what your sexuality, healing and growth looks like for you. Society places so much pressure on how we are “supposed to be”. But, what if we don’t fit into these narratives or boxes? Sexuality can be difficult to navigate, know that I am here with you. So many of us are shamed for expressing ourselves and our curiosities when it comes to our sexuality. Sexuality is such an integral part of our existence and the society we exist in unfortunately does not promote healthy conversations around sexuality and sexual learning. This along with many other reasons can leave us having perspectives and experiences that bring about sexual shame, guilt, and sometimes even fear. Addressing sexual concerns in therapy can promote healing and empowerment by deepening the understanding of yourself and your relationships. Human sexuality is complex and integrates the mind, body, and spirit. Let’s work together to navigate what this means for you!

In my spare time you can find me getting lost in the woods or exploring some mountains, learning a new skill, nestled up with a good fantasy novella and spending time with my sweet fur child, Freddy.

What does working with me look like?

I believe it is my job as a therapist to create a safe, non judgemental space for you and your partner(s) to navigate what growth and healing can look like for you. During our time together, we will have gentle conversations around how I can support you and what healing means for you and your relationships. I work alongside clients as a resource for growth and relational repair. It isn’t my jam to “rip bandages off” or make you go somewhere you aren’t ready to go. I enjoy incorporating somatic movement and nurturing the mind – body connection. I may gently challenge you and I always promise to approach your experiences through curiosity and with empathy. As a therapist, I believe in meeting you where you are at and seeing what comes up along our journey. I am here to navigate with you. I view the therapeutic process as a collaborative effort. I believe for change and growth to happen it is important to cultivate a safe, nurturing relationship between therapist and client(s).

Let’s navigate living authentically, together.

Clinical Focus

My practice is informed through a trauma and multicultural lens. I am passionate about providing care to those who have experienced trauma and the intersectionality of chronic illness with sexuality. I am trained in working with kink and BDSM communities, gender and sexually diverse individuals (LGBTQIA+), neurodivergent folks, and those who identify as non-monogamous and/or polyamorous. I enjoy working with various relationship and sexual concerns such as decreased desire, desire discrepancy, pelvic pain/painful sex, arousal and orgasm difficulties, and chronic illness that impacts sexuality and intimacy, and healing sexual trauma. My clinical focus in Sex Therapy informs providing accessible mental health services through a systemic and experiential lens for individuals, couples, and groups of people who are experiencing distress from psychological, physiological, emotional, medical, and/or social issues surrounding sexuality.

I am currently under the supervision and direction of Lana Banegas, LMFT.

Fee & Insurance Information

Allie does not directly participate with any insurance network. However, she can provide you with all necessary documentation which you can submit to your insurance company for reimbursement.

Are you an existing client? Follow this link to schedule your next appointment directly through Allie’s scheduling service.

Are you a new client? Follow the link below to request an appointment or call Allie directly at (404) 480-2818.

Follow this link to learn about our Fees for Services.

“Self-criticism is an invasive weed in the garden, but too many of us have been taught to treat it like a treasured flower, even as it strangles the native plants of our sexuality. Far from motivating us to get better, self-criticism makes us sicker.”
- Emily Nagoski, Come as You Are
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