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Psychologist Therapists in Orlando

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.
Psychologist
(407) 963-1542
Orlando, Florida 32803
Pamela Mark, Psychologist  in Orlando
“Many of us have gone through experiences that leave us feeling stuck, unmotivated, or without hope for change. The promise of psychotherapy is that it offers a path that illuminates the conscious and unconscious limiting beliefs we unknowingly come to identify with. It allows us a framework where insight becomes possible and then choice! Once you can recognize your patterns, you can choose a new way of being. In this sense, I believe we are partners working to understand your motivations, fears, and deepest hopes so that you can feel a greater sense of freedom and empowerment in your life and in your future.
Psychologist
(407) 269-8780
Orlando, Florida 32801
Purvi B Gandhi, Psychologist  in Orlando
“Are you feeling "stuck" and not sure how to make things better? Psychotherapy can put you on a path for change and help you find the steps you need to take. I am a Licensed Psychologist, with over 10 years of experience in providing services to individuals, families, and groups. I strive to create a safe and supportive environment for each client. Through therapy, we will work together to help you gain insight into yourself and your situation and apply this knowledge in a practical and effective manner in your life.
Psychologist
(407) 809-4148
Orlando, Florida 32826
Casey J Moser, Psychologist  in Orlando
“If you are considering seeking therapy, chances are you want something to be different in your life, and have already tried very hard to make these changes, but have become stuck and frustrated. So many of us find ourselves automatically repeating the same patterns of behavior over and over again, feeling confused about why we do so and uncertain about how to change them. My primary goal is to provide a safe, comfortable, compassionate space where you can explore the aspects of your life that are not currently working and replace them with new, more effective and successful ones.
Psychologist
(407) 490-0855
Orlando, Florida 32803
Shari-ann H James, Psychologist  in Orlando
“Seeking therapy takes courage. Therefore I try to make the experience as easy as possible for my clients. It is my goal that you feel comfortable, safe and understood. I want to get to know you, your life experiences and your challenges. I strive to help my clients live more authentic lives by finding balance, resolving conflicts, and finding courage to take personal risks. Through psychotherapy, we all can develop more rewarding relationships, increase self-awareness and realize our full potential.
Psychologist
(407) 269-5805
Orlando, Florida 32803
Erik Levy, Psychologist  in Orlando
“Over the years I have found that while traditional office-based psychotherapy is effective, it can be far removed from the problems people face in their real everyday lives. This can be especially true for parenting or phobias/OCD related issues. I offer unique and personalized psychotherapy or coaching provided in the comfort and privacy of your home, office, or other place of you choosing as well as traditional office visits.
Psychologist
(407) 749-1948
Orlando, Florida 32812
Aida Dorsainville, Psychologist  in Orlando
“As a mental health professional who graduated from a doctoral program, I am skilled in dealing with a wide range of issues, from mood disorders such as depression and anxiety, to personality disorders. While my training and experience has mainly revolved around forensic issues such as sex offender assessment and treatment, I can help individuals facing various life-changing crises. I can effectively guide you along your journey to recovery or simply assist you in fulfilling your potential.
Psychologist
(954) 740-8418
Orlando, Florida 32803
Faith Powers, Psychologist  in Orlando
“Seeking assistance is one of the bravest steps a person can take. People often reach out for help in periods of transition and when they feel their resources are not meeting the demands of their present life challenges. In making changes, it is just as important for people to identify the skills they do have as it is to develop new ones. Faith Powers, Psy.D. provides support to clients throughout the counseling process. Her primary therapeutic approach is cognitive-behavioral, which means a personís thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are a significant focus of therapy.
Psychologist
(407) 901-2080
Orlando, Florida 32819
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.
Psychologist
(407) 901-3168
Orlando, Florida 32809
Celine Passeri, Psychologist  in Orlando
“Dr. Celine Passeri is a Licensed Psychologist who graduated from Nova Southeastern University with a doctorate degree in clinical psychology. She conducts individual, family, and couple psychotherapy with adults, children, and adolescents struggling with anxiety, depression, and eating disorders. Positive self-esteem, body satisfaction, assertive communication skills, and the use of healthy coping strategies are thoroughly explored in session to foster short and long-term treatment success. Dr. Passeri focuses on helping clients understand and overcome their current symptoms by addressing the underlying issues maintaining their psychological distress.
Psychologist
(407) 434-9133
Orlando, Florida 32819
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.
Psychologist
(407) 288-8987
Orlando, Florida 32835
“"For any encountered problem there is a solution and the solution comes from within the individuals to pursue their goals dreams, and happiness." Ronit Navon Ph.D., LMHC., NCC I obtained my PhD in Counseling, specializing in Marriage and Family Therapy from Barry University in 2009. I received my Masters in Community Mental Health from Rollins College in 1998. I am a Licensed Mental Health and Qualified Supervisor.
Psychologist
(407) 461-9721
Orlando, Florida 32826
John F Robertson, Psychologist  in Orlando
“One of my favorite authors, Walt Whitman expresses the essence of my approach " What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared with what lies within us". I believe that individuals, couples or families have the amazing capability of growing, healing and becoming more than anyone can predict because of that which is within us. Counseling and therapy is designed to guide and assist in this process. My approach is very interactional with the client always in control. I utilize evidence based methods based on a wholistic assessment .
Psychologist
(407) 901-2239
Orlando, Florida 32810
David Tredinnick, Psychologist  in Orlando
“We are all challenged with different life struggles at various points in our lives. It is during these times that we feel most isolated, confused, or stuck. Making the decision to respond to the challenges in your life can be a difficult, while also a highly rewarding opportunity. In our work together, my primary goal is to provide a positive, authentic, and collaborative experience that allows for transformation, growth, and an enhanced sense of self. I use a variety of interventions and tailor treatment based on the goals and expectations of the client
Psychologist
(407) 901-3153
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.
Psychologist
(407) 505-9158
Orlando, Florida 32819
Danna B Costa-Sahs, Psychologist  in Orlando
“Helping to enhance your psychological, emotional and behavioral well being is what I do. As a licensed clinical psychologist I have extensive experience providing evidence based treatments for a variety of psychological problems. I focus on your goals and help you gain a better understanding of your thoughts, beliefs and emotions in order to create change.
Psychologist
(407) 792-4045
Orlando, Florida 32837
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. Dr. Schneider believes in the power of strong families to serve as the foundation for a child's wellbeing across domains. As a clinician, Dr. Schneider strives to be part of a child's positive growth - supporting them in meeting their "Branching Aspirations".
Psychologist
(321) 234-1883
Orlando, Florida 32819
Karen Wolman, Psychologist  in Orlando
“I can help you attain a better understanding of yourself and your personal goals, and help you develop skills for improving your relationships. I can help you manage your anger, depression, and other emotional pressures, while improving your communications skills. Learn to listen more effectively to others, and have others listen to you. Get "unstuck" from unhealthy patterns and break old behaviors and develop new ones. Learn new ways to cope with stress and anxiety at home and at work. Discover new ways to solve problems and improve self-esteem and confidence.
Psychologist
(407) 910-1319
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.
Psychologist
(407) 495-2198
Orlando, Florida 32819
Leif E Davis, Psychologist  in Orlando
“It's not so easy living in today's fast paced world with serious concerns confronting us at every turn. Finding happiness and fulfillment is a daunting task that sometimes requires a helping hand. But it is not always easy to admit needing help and it's even harder to make that first call to a therapist's office. To ease some of this difficulty, I handle all my own calls and I try to return every call within the same day. I want to make the difficult task of setting up an appointment less stressful.
Psychologist
(407) 440-0785
Orlando, Florida 32819
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Psychologist Therapists
If you're looking for psychology in Orlando or for an Orlando psychologist these professionals provide psychological and clinical services on all aspects of mental health. They include clinical psychologists, school psychologists, child psychologists, forensic psychologists and counseling psychologists.

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.