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Autism Therapists in Orlando

Regilda A Romero, Psychologist  in Orlando
“Pediatric neuropsychological assessment, neurodevelopmental disorders, multicultural psychology, special education and transitional services. She has depth of experience in the assessment and treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), Attention-Deficit/Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD), and learning disabilities. PhD in Psychology Palo Alto University, 2008. Pediatric neuropsychology internship Virginia Beach Cities Public School July, 2008;. Postdoctoral fellowship pediatric neuropsychology Division of Pediatric Clinical Neuroscience University of Minnesota Medical Center/Amplatz Children's Hospital August 2010. Post-doctoral pediatric neuropsychology Fellow University Minnesota Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities Program, included rotation in the Autism Spectrum and Neurodevelopmental Disorders Clinic.
Autism
(352) 633-4456
Office is near:
Orlando, Florida 32832
Bonni Funk, Counselor  in Orlando
“I can teach you how to say 'No' without feeling guilty, to help decrease anxiety and depressive feelings. I also counsel and advocate for special-needs children, particularly on the autism scale. I can help increase communication, as well as decrease the negative behaviors that stem from your child's frustration and anxiety. I work with parents to find the right educational, medical and social resources for your child.
Autism
(407) 456-8304
Office is near:
Orlando, Florida 32824
M. Joanna Vilar, Psychologist  in Orlando
“I have been working in mental health since 2001. I specialize in various forms of psychological evaluation for both children and adults. For children this includes issues such as learning disabilities, AD/HD, Autistic Spectrum Disorders, and behavioral, mood or anxiety disorders. For adults this often includes evaluation to determine the correct diagnosis and therefore determine the most effective treatment plan . I also provide therapy services for individuals and families utilizing a variety of treatment approaches, choosing the most effective therapy techniques based on the needs of the client. I frequently treat issues related to depression, anxiety, and relationship concerns.
Autism
(407) 901-3168
Orlando, Florida 32809
Kim C. Murphy, Counselor  in Orlando
“If you're searching this site, you're probably at your wit's end or near it. Perhaps your family and friends are tired of hearing about your worries. Maybe they really don't know how to help you-although they have tried, with mixed results and (for the most part) the best of intentions. I can provide you or your child with the guidance and support you need to get your life back on track OR help you to change course to the track you're ready to travel.
Autism
(321) 473-9797
Orlando, Florida 32835
Alexis M. Megahee  in Orlando
“In finding your way to this site, it is my hope for you that through this opportunity you will find encouragement, hope, and healing. Within each of us is a propensity, drive, desire, need, and/or want to achieve, pursue, or fulfill a destination we often spend a lifetime seeking. What does your destination look like and what are you willing to do or lay down to find the place of restoration unique to you as an individual? I would love to have the opportunity to meet and come along side you on your journey.
Autism
(407) 901-3476
Orlando, Florida 32814
Julia Esther Suereth  in Orlando
“Asking for help when you need it demonstrates great strength. It takes a lot of courage to face your problems. Once you have decided to get help, you have already taken a big step toward positive change. I help address issues such as: relational conflicts, marriage and couples issues (including pre-marital counseling), parenting concerns, depression, anxiety, and sexual abuse.
Autism
(407) 749-1128
Orlando, Florida 32817
Ann 'Anita' M Kelly, Counselor  in Orlando
“I've been working in the helping profession for 24 years. My desire is to help you think outside the BOX, making it possible to resolve issues you may be experiencing. My therapeutic approach will provide support and practical feedback to help you effectively address personal life challenges and make positive changes. My approach is tailored specifically for you. With compassion and understanding, I will help you build on strengths and attain the personal growth you are committed to accomplishing, bringing you one step closer to a healthier you, where you feel empowered and on a positive path to growth and wellness.
Autism
(321) 248-6121
Orlando, Florida 32803
Sarah Pommier  in Orlando
“I encourage and foster a sense of trust and appreciation between myself and others via the expression of truth in as supportive and empathetic a manner as possible. I have experience working with homeless and dual-diagnosis veterans with drug and alcohol problems. My model with regard to the treatment of drug and alcohol dependency and abuse relies on a commitment to behavioral change and each individual's willingness to examine their reasons for use during the treatment process. It is only through careful examination of personal, social, and familial behavior that truly long-term behavioral change will occur.
Autism
(407) 966-2254
Orlando, Florida 32803
H. Leveta Horne, Psychologist  in Orlando
“Too many people are misdiagnosed & improperly treated by well-meaning but unqualified individuals. Dr. Horne provides complete neuropsychological evaluations & excels in differential diagnosis to properly identify, & therefore properly treat, often misdiagnosed disorders. These disorders frequently include ADHD, Autism, & learning disorders, various forms of dementia, & others. Dr. Horne enjoys working with patients & their families to identify areas of strength that can be used to improve areas of weakness. She works with patients & their families to understand the results of testing and build appropriate & effective treatment plans. Dr. Horne also provides baseline & continuing evaluations for individuals who require regular monitoring over time.
Autism
(407) 288-8987
Orlando, Florida 32835
Amrita Kataria, Counselor  in Orlando
“Our emotions affect our thoughts, our thoughts affect our actions, and our actions have consequences.The mind is a powerful tool that can either lead us to a path of hope and peace, or one of turmoil and despair. When working with children, teens and families, my approach to counseling is focused on enhancing communication, reestablishing trust, and rebuilding the family unit. I strive to provide a supportive and safe environment to promote self-awareness and improve the quality of life for everyone involved. "The mind is everything. What you think, you become."- Buddha.
Autism
(407) 269-8770
Orlando, Florida 32835
Kristjan Olafsson, Psychologist  in Orlando
“I am currently in my tenth year of providing neuropsychological assessment services throughout the state of Florida. I accept referrals from many physicians and case managers. However, often, family members concerned about the functioning of parents with memory issues, other family members with brain injuries, or children with learning and/or behavioral difficulties contact me directly to arrange an evaluation. Once an evaluation is completed, interventions are implemented to facilitate improved functioning. Fortunately, many insurance carriers including Medicare will pay for the services.
Autism
(407) 495-2198
Orlando, Florida 32819
Monica Hedrick, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Orlando
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCBA
“Counseling is uniquely designed to fit your needs and is collaborative as you are respected as your own "best expert." I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Qualified Supervisor for LCSW interns. I am also fluent in both English and Spanish.
Autism
(407) 269-5970
Orlando, Florida 32812
Jennifer Holliday Jones, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Orlando
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MS, NCC, NCSC, IMT
“My focus in therapy is working individually & collectively with parents to form a more cohesive family whole. My experience has been that children progress faster and with longer lasting results if parents are involved in their treatment plan and know how to respond at home to foster growth.
Autism
(407) 378-7538
Orlando, Florida 32803
Bryan Mccormick, Counselor  in Orlando
“One unavoidable truth in the world is that at some time in our lives we will face adversity. Many challenges we will easily overcome, recognizing only small changes as we grow personally or together. Other obstacles though may not be so smoothly addressed. At these times we may find ourselves stuck, unable to move ahead for uncertainty, discomfort, or regret. Though the root of these difficulties may vary, the emotional toll is often undeniable. My goal in working with adults, adolescents, and children is to provide a safe place within which to explore and deconstruct these barriers to well being.
Autism
(407) 459-9022
Orlando, Florida 32803
Marta Rocha, Counselor  in Orlando
“I have a passion for helping couples, families and individuals who are struggling with multicultural issues, relationship problems, parenting problems, anxiety, stress and depression. Because of my diverse background I have an ability to easily connect with individuals. I have gained my experience by working in private practice and not-for-profit centers as well as in business management. I believe that my clients have the power within them to do anything they strive to do, and my goal is to help them find this power so that they are able to live their lives to the fullest.
Autism
(407) 501-8686
Orlando, Florida 32819
Jeffery Watson  in Orlando
“I have been serving in the helping profession for over 16 years. Each person has unique set of life circumstances, which sometimes require additional assistance. Everything we have experienced in life, makes us who we are and can affect how we view the world. Sometimes our anxiety or stress has become burdensome and overwhelming. Breaking free from those feelings can be daunting.I am solution focused and work with the client to establish solutions to quality of life concerns.
Autism
(321) 622-9243
Orlando, Florida 32835
Zachary W Dodson, Counselor  in Orlando
“Depth is the key word in counseling. We believe that sustainable change comes from an exploration in the depth of the human experience. HD Counseling stands for Holistic Development. We believe that change comes through developing ourselves as multidimensional people.We focus around the specific issues of Career Counseling, Stress & Burnout, Compassion Fatigue, Crisis Intervention, Trauma, Abuse, Pain Management, Muscle Relaxation, Addiction, and Mindfulness. We are also DCF (Division of Children and Families) certified to do substance abuse counseling treatment.
Autism
(407) 979-4842
Orlando, Florida 32803
Alfred Dean Vonetes, Psychologist  in Orlando
“I offer an eclectic approach to a diverse group of populations throughout the entire lifespan; utilizing several types of therapeutic modalities including: cognitive-behavioral, dialectical-behavioral, psychodynamic/psychoanalytic, psychoeducational counseling, humanistic, existential, relaxation training, sports-exercise psychology, family systems, as well as mindfulness philosophies and techniques. During our initial consultation, information is gathered through the use of various assessment techniques in order to specifically identify problematic areas. During the early formation of the therapeutic relationship we will create goals that can be empirically measured in order to statistically track patient progress and maintain quality assurance.
Autism
(407) 505-9158
Orlando, Florida 32819
Raena Baptiste-Boles, Psychologist  in Orlando
“Making the decision to see a psychologist can often bring mixed emotions of fear, stress, and uncertainty.You are probably already confused about the source of your emotions, problems or response to life events. It doesn't mean you are a weak or a bad person. In fact, it can mean the opposite-that you are aware, engaged, and taking an active role in changing your life.Today you have made the first step.
Autism
(407) 278-1789
Orlando, Florida 32803
Total Life Counseling Center, Treatment Facility  in Orlando
“Jim has a unique way of connecting quickly with children, adolescents and young adults through recreation therapy, interactive games, play therapy and traditional therapies. His clients travel from Georgia, the Bahamas and all over the state of Florida. His Summer Camps (www.totallifecounseling.com/camps.htm) incorporate a Challenge Ropes Course and Horses and has helped students mature 1-2 years socially and emotionally, and increase confidence, compliance, and improved leadership skills. Jim is with Total Life Counseling Center and has been invited to provide consultation to several accreditation boards, private and public schools in the state of Florida.
Autism
(407) 494-2520
Orlando, Florida 32835

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If you're looking for help with autism in Orlando or for an Orlando autism Therapist these professionals provide autism help, autism therapy, autism counseling, autism treatment and therapy for autism. They include autism Therapists, autism psychologists, autism psychotherapists and autism counselors. A Therapist can help with diagnosis on the autism spectrum or aspergers in Orlando. The professionals work with autism in children or children with autism, autism in adolescents or adolescents with autism and autism in adults or adults with autism.

Orlando Therapists work with autism behaviors in Orlando and autism disorder and follow autism research. These professionals can provide autism support or connect you to an autism network or support group or to autism training. Finally, Therapists provide support for parents of autistic children in Orlando or autistic kids and direct you to local autism resources.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Orlando have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Orlando you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Orlando and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Orlando or family therapy in Orlando.