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Chronic Pain Therapists in Orlando
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Abeela Haq, Counselor  in Orlando
“As a licensed mental health counselor and trained family therapist, I work with individuals with depression, anxiety, trauma, grief/loss, chronic health conditions, and family dynamic issues. I have experience in working with adolescents, adults, couples, families, and Military service members and families. For the past four years, I have organized and facilitated a free community LUPUS support group. I work collaboratively with my clients to assist them in attaining optimum quality of life and an overall sense of well-being.
Chronic Pain
(407) 583-6998
Orlando, Florida 32835
Keith L Sims, Counselor  in Orlando
“Keith L. Sims, MA, LMHC, Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist graduated from Rollins College with his Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling where he was awarded Class of 2009 Outstanding Graduate Counseling Student. Realizing the intense need for counseling during his own severe medical crisis, Keith has turned his personal experience into his life's work. In addition to working with the medical patient, Keith has developed his specialization to include working with families, friends, and other loved ones of those battling medical illness, injury, and/or physical disability.
Chronic Pain
(407) 545-2734 x10
Office is near:
Orlando, Florida 32803
Stefanie D Lindlau, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Orlando
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMHC, LMFT
“Do you feel like your life has no meaning? Are you just "going through the motions"? Have you given up on your dreams? Is pain preventing you from living your life? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you don't have to keep suffering. We can help! The Meaningful Life Center helps people just like you develop the meaningful and fulfilling lives they deserve.
Chronic Pain
(407) 392-1814
Office is near:
Orlando, Florida 32801
Darlene Treese, Counselor  in Orlando
“Are you a HIGH ACHIEVER suffering from DEPRESSION, ANXIETY, ANGER or ADDICTIONS? As a high achiever, you know that your subconscious mind holds negative thoughts that can sabotage your attempts to make positive change. There is an easier way than struggling alone! One of the tools I use is hypnosis, which has been approved by the AMA since 1958 and is effective to treat anxiety, depression, pain, migraines, IBS, weight, and stress. Bottom line: Treatment with my personalized therapies can help you become more focused, relaxed, healthy, successful and confident. Phone consultations are always free. Let's get started today!
Chronic Pain
(407) 278-1598
Orlando, Florida 32835
Lisa Marie Beilman, Counselor  in Orlando
“Are you in a place in your life where what used to work no longer works? Are your relationships struggling? I can help. I work with clients to become more self-aware, improve communication skills, and have an overall sense of increased well-being. I specialize in couples and adult counseling. I believe the most important factor in counseling is to provide an environment that is safe, confidential, and free of judgment to begin exploring, expressing, and making positive changes in your life.
Chronic Pain
(407) 340-5312
Orlando, Florida 32819
Kelly-Ann Gash, Counselor  in Orlando
“I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Florida State Certified School Counselor. For over 9 years I have worked with both children and adults struggling with parenting, communication, family issues, career and financial issues, depression, anxiety, chronic illness and medical issues. I have a particular expertise working with school age children dealing with ADHD and other behavioral issues. I have also been a Registered Nurse for over 20 years and bring much of my experience with chronic illness and medical issues to a counseling session when needed. The best way to reach me is by calling (407) 370-2588.
Chronic Pain
(407) 370-2588
Orlando, Florida 32819
Suellen Fagin-Allen, LMHC, PA, Counselor  in Orlando
“The fact that you are looking at therapists' profiles suggests to me that you are contemplating making some changes in this new year. Thinking and behavior change is not easy, even for those who are dedicated to the process. That's often because we become so easily focused on unhelpful thoughts that discourage change as being too difficult, not worth the payoff, or not really that important. There is a way to look at our thinking that helps us be more successful That way is through mindfulness. If you are ready to cultivate a change-friendly thought process, read on!
Chronic Pain
(407) 278-1569
Orlando, Florida 32835
Twelve Oaks Recovery Treatment center, Treatment Facility  in Orlando
“Twelve Oaks is a private, free-standing, 102 bed, alcohol & drug treatment center located in Navarre on the Florida Panhandle. The five-acre campus borders a sandy beach and provides a serene setting for its distinctive treatment programs. Here at Twelve Oaks, in a supportive, warm setting, with programs to treat the mind, body and spirit, you and your family can begin the journey of reclaiming your lives. For over 25 years, our compassionate staff has helped those struggling with drug and alcohol addiction. Our goal is to help patients restore their lives to become healthier, happier, more productive and free of the destructive behaviors and dependence on addictive chemicals. Twelve Oaks, provides detoxification, residential, partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient treatment and co-occuring disorders programs. At Twelve Oaks Recovery Center you will find one of the most highly qualified and experienced team of counselors, physicians and nurses - all of whom are committed to providing you with respectful, individualized and confidential treatment. Located on the Emerald Coast, Twelve Oaks offers an atmosphere of healing strength in one of Florida's most serene and beautiful locations. Twelve Oaks Recovery will also provide transportation at no additional cost.
Chronic Pain
(850) 635-0127
We serve:
Orlando, Florida 32811
Destin Recovery Addiction Treatment Center, Treatment Facility  in Orlando
“Dr. Roland Reeves, MD and his medical team at Destin Recovery use evidence-based medicine and treat addiction as a chronic disease. We treat the disease of addiction and substance abuse with the same rigorous methodology as you would treat diabetes, heart disease or depression. Your treatment involves the latest science that combines medical therapy and private, one-on-one counseling. This complex disease involves changes in the structure and function of the brain. Your treatment will involve the mind, body, and soul. This requires not only therapists and peer groups, but the ongoing involvement of a physician. Dr. Reeves, MD, is committed to helping individuals RECOVER. Destin Recovery offers real treatment to people with drug and alcohol addiction problems though the various transitional stages of recovery and moves them towards being a self-managed individual in control of their own life. Our Rehabilitation Center's evidence-based medical approach to recovery incorporates a variety of treatment programs that ultimately focus on learning or regaining life skills that enable long-term recovery and prevent relapse.
Chronic Pain
(850) 696-0206
We serve:
Orlando, Florida 32828
Tracy S Ramos, Counselor  in Orlando
“During times in our lives, we can experience feelings, thoughts and behaviors that can cause significant stress which negatively affects who we are and our personal relationships. When you experience these moments, it can be even harder to find help, understanding and support without judgement and feeling alone. Together, we can understand where you are now, where you want to be in life, and establish attainable goals to get you there. My goal is for you to become independent, functional and have a clear understanding so that you can be empowered to find the strength you already have in yourself. I provide a warm, safe and caring environment for you to express your thoughts and emotions. I work with depression, anxiety, grief and loss, GLBT issues, individuals experiencing chronic illness, adjustment issues, substance abuse and relationship issues. I believe that having the life you want is discovering the hidden strengths you have already inside you and I am ready to help guide you there.
Chronic Pain
(407) 588-8363
Orlando, Florida 32835
Laurie Maddox, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in Orlando
Verified by Psychology Today
Licensed Psychoanalyst, MSW, LCSW
“Talking with a professional in an open, respectful atmosphere can help you gain insight and perspective about issues in your life that may feel overwhelming, depressing or even hopeless. Sometimes these feelings occur when faced with unexpected situations in life... like the loss of a friend or loved one, financial pressures, the end of a relationship or conflict at work or with peers. At other times, the issues one is facing are part of a larger pattern of disappointment or traumatic events from early in life, that are continuing to have a negative affect on your emotions or self concept.
Chronic Pain
(321) 732-8029
Orlando, Florida 32803
Maribel Nieves, Counselor  in Orlando
“The ups and downs of life and relationships sometimes can make us feel out of control and lost. Possibilities are always at a reachable distance but we can not see it when we are overwhelmed. Talking about it in a therapeutic setting can make you feel better and clear your mind to be able to recognize your possibilities. You can become more effective in your personal life and in your interaction in relationships. I have been providing therapeutic services for over 12 years as a Social-Community Psychologist in Puerto Rico and as a Counselor after moving to Orlando, Florida.
Chronic Pain
(407) 440-9900
Orlando, Florida 32835
Bill Singer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Orlando
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, PsyD, LCSW, CAP, CCFC
“The professional you choose can make all the difference! Why see anyone but a Doctor of Clinical Psychology who doesn't just offer counseling but neurofeedback and coaching? When you come to my Orlando office you can expect to think more clearly, feel much better, and be able to enjoy life because of what you will receive from our time together. My clients often find that working with me can enhance how they feel and think which helps their relationships and can ease the challenges of their daily lives. I am here to help!. Call Me at (407) 490-2587
Chronic Pain
(407) 490-2587
Orlando, Florida 32835
Amazing You Counseling Services, Counselor  in Orlando
“AmazingYou Counselng Services (www.AmazingYou.net), is about you, the client: helping you get clarity on what you truly desire in life, what is blocking you from attaining this and how we can work together to empower you to secure happiness, health and wholeness. These - I believe- are your birthright. I specialize in anxiety, depression, and relationships. Gays, lesbians and transgender people are welcomed. I am open to traditional as well as alternative healing ways-Psychotherapy, yoga, meditation, breathing techniques, art, music, writing as therapy - I use what works best to bring happiness and wholeness to the individual or couple.
Chronic Pain
(407) 374-0793
Orlando, Florida 32804
Elizabeth Schneider, Psychologist  in Orlando
“Dr. Schneider is a fellowship-trained, PhD-level licensed psychologist. She specializes in working with the children, teens, and their parents in their role as caregivers. She works with families to address a range of issues, and provide evaluation/testing, therapy, and consultation services. Common referral concerns include ADHD, anxiety, autism, learning difficulties, giftedness, adjustment difficulties, behavioral problems, and regimen adherence. As the founder of "Branching Aspirations Pediatric Psychological Center", Dr. Schneider believes in the power of strong families. As a clinician, Dr. Schneider strives to be part of a child's positive growth - supporting them in meeting their "Branching Aspirations".
Chronic Pain
(321) 234-1883
Orlando, Florida 32819
Cindy Harrington Blecha, Counselor  in Orlando
“Starting or returning to therapy can be one of the most difficult, yet positive and rewarding decisions you make in your life. In therapy I strive to offer a safe space to gain increased self-awareness and to examine what may have you feeling stuck and overwhelmed. Through the process of therapy, you can shift your current way of doing things, change life-patterns and overcome barriers that keep getting in your way. It takes courage to begin therapy, but once you make the decision, it will likely enhance your sense of self, your relationships, and your quality of life.
Chronic Pain
(407) 378-3599
Orlando, Florida 32803
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.
Chronic Pain
(407) 495-2198
Orlando, Florida 32819
My Whole Health Life LLC, Counselor  in Orlando
“Dr. Alexander Mescavage is a Concierge Psychotherapist. A "concierge " is a service professional who takes care of a guest. He makes all the connections and is there to ease your way.. When you call his number it is he who answers . Whether you are new or an old friend, he spends as much time as necessary to understand your needs. Private practice in psychotherapy and counseling. Diagnosis and treatment of children, adolescents adults and seniors. Specialties in Accelerated Resolution Therapy Cognitive Behavior Anxiety, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Depression, Therapy and Clinical Hypnosis. . Adjustment to life changes, insomnia,.marital problems.
Chronic Pain
(407) 915-3446
Orlando, Florida 32810
Gregory Lucas, Psychologist  in Orlando
“I have helped hundreds of people cope with a wide range of concerns. I have worked with individuals in a counseling and educational capacity for 20 years. In my practice, I provide counseling services helping people deal with depression, anxiety, stress, relationships, work/school concerns, compulsive behaviors (including sexual addiction), sexual identity issues, chronic illnesses, and HIV/AIDS concerns among others. I worked as a Staff Psychologist and completed a training internship at the prestigious University of California in San Diego. Further, I have degrees from the University of Central Florida, Florida State University, and the University of Nebraska.
Chronic Pain
(407) 963-1542
Orlando, Florida 32803
Risa Bos, Counselor  in Orlando
“Your life is now, wouldn't you like to be happy? If you're asking, "Should I talk to someone?", you should. The hardest part is picking up the phone, but do it! You'll start feeling better right away. Some suggest that people who need therapy are weak. In truth, those who care enough about their emotional health to seek professional counseling are the strong fortunate ones. We have all been wounded, have suffered loss, or are otherwise affected by events that may have happened in our lives--you don't have to be the victim of those things!
Chronic Pain
(407) 901-2488
Orlando, Florida 32819

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Chronic Pain (Fibromyalgia) Therapists
If you're looking for help with chronic pain in Orlando or for an Orlando chronic pain Therapist, these professionals provide chronic pain treatment, chronic pain management and chronic back pain treatment. They include chronic pain Therapists in Orlando, chronic pain psychologosists, chronic pain anorexia and chronic pain counselors. A Therapist can help with chronic back pain in Orlando, chronic neck pain, chronic pain syndrome, pain management and pain relief. They are skilled at helping with fibromyalgia. Therapists use various techniques to help relieve pain in Orlando.

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.