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Therapists in Tampa

Robin Leigh Maier, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Tampa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Everything in life is built on relationships. If you have an imbalance, maintaining the healthy relationships you need to in order to be able to thrive, can be challenging. I can help you find clarity and peace again. I am a licensed psychiatric social worker dedicated to helping my clients live healthier, happier lives. Through a variety of therapeutic approaches, including cognitive mindfulness therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, and borderline personality disorder treatment, I work with clients to examine their lives, and to begin to make more positive choices.
(813) 438-3428
Tampa, Florida 33606
Jaime Kulaga, Counselor  in Tampa
“Do you have personal goals you have set aside? Do you ever ask yourself, "why did I stop going?" "Why did I stop doing?" I provide professional coaching to individuals and couples.I have been successful in helping people work toward a more productive and better life. A life filled with more empowerment and positivity. Together we find, extract and use your internal motivation to help you reach your goals. We eliminate barriers that may hinder goal achievement. The focus is on goal attainment and healthy choices.
(727) 362-6754
Tampa, Florida 33611
Dr. Bryan Ritchey, Psychologist  in Tampa
“FREE Phone Consultation. I specialize in working with adults, couples, families, and LBGTQ population. I'm a Licensed Psychologist with over 12 years of experience in the psychology field and I've worked with thousands of clients during this time. I can offer you Personable & Experienced Psychological Services. I'm also available for evening and weekend appointments.
(813) 413-5849
Tampa, Florida 33613
Teresa M Picciocchi, Psychologist  in Tampa
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in the treatment of adolescents and adults. My therapeutic approach is eclectic but centered around providing supportive, solution-focused treatment using an array of interventions, including those based in Positive Psychology.
(813) 355-8336
Tampa, Florida 33607
Aleta Edwards, Psychologist  in Tampa
“Life can be painful, and people find themselves depressed or anxious because they are too hard on themselves, feel they must be perfect, have a need to please others, or have suffered a loss. Life stress can make these issues feel even worse. If you feel anxious, depressed, or self-critical, I will work with you with compassion and respect to facilitate your healing and personal growth. I have specialized for 20 years in helping people with these issues, and I am author of the ebook, Fear of the Abyss: Healing the Wounds of Shame and Perfectionism.
(334) 316-4403
Tampa, Florida 33609
Jason A Tompkins, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Tampa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Is life hard or harder than it used to be? Do you find that you are confronted by some of the same problems in your life over and over again? Do you feel you have lost control? Has it been way too long since you've felt really happy? I am available to help you find the answers to these and other questions that can help you live a more fulfilling life. I specialize in working with couples, people grieved by the loss of a loved one due to suicide, and adults with Asperger's Syndrome.
(813) 778-5970
Tampa, Florida 33606
Kimberley Elaine May, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Tampa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LMHC, CAP
“I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, and Certified Addictions Professional who has worked and practiced in the Tampa area for over 20 years. Providing individual, couples and family counseling. Treatment specialization includes: *Children *Therapy for Depression and Anxiety *Couples Counseling *Family Counseling *Parenting Support *Grief Counseling *Work and Career issues *Stress Management *Addiction & Recovery *Conflict Resolution. I work with a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues providing services that include CBT, Trauma-Focused Therapy, and Behavioral Modification.
(813) 579-2530
Tampa, Florida 33629
Jessica Leigh Elias, Counselor  in Tampa
“As a solution-focused and cognitive-behavioral therapist, my goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. While we can't change difficult events and circumstances of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges in your life today that will lead to a more promising tomorrow.
(888) 636-1306
Tampa, Florida 33626
Rosmer Mena  in Tampa
“I am a bilingual Clinical Psychotherapist and want to introduce myself by saying that I, like you, have struggled with many issues of my own, starting in my adolescence to my own role as a parent. These issues were my motives for helping those in my position. My hope is to make you feel comfortable, understood, and heard. It isn't easy dealing with everyday life. One can struggle in trying to manage and learn how to deal with those emotions of frustration, sadness, dissatisfaction, and loss of control because of present or past experiences one has had.
(813) 518-7982
Tampa, Florida 33607
Rachel Culbreath, Counselor  in Tampa
“Feeling safe to express yourself in a nonjudgmental environment is an important piece to therapy. Finding your therapist is a difficult personal decision. Your therapist should encourage you to explore your honest thoughts and feelings, since the exploration can help lead to life changes. Your therapist should encourage self exploration and assist in identifying beneficial life changes, as well as ways to change negative outlooks on life. While academics and credentials are important, therapy revolves around an intimate relationship, and the relationship is the key to making changes.
(813) 876-5348
Tampa, Florida 33609
Kellie Stryker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Tampa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe the good things in life, that lie beyond grief, troubled relationships and pain, are worth discovering. I am a licensed clinical social worker with more than ten years of experience helping individuals and families. When you meet with me, you will find and safe, welcoming atmosphere and a kind, open-minded therapist. I want to help you face the challenges of life. Don't let pain overwhelm you. Talking to a trusting person who cares can make a difference.
(813) 345-4394
Tampa, Florida 33647
Maryann Bodnar, Counselor  in Tampa
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LMHC, CAP, CP, PAT, CSAT-II
“I have worked in the substance abuse treatment community, both as a primary therapist and in clinical management. I have extensive experience in counseling medical and legal professionals with addictions issues, as well as people from a variety of backgrounds. I am also familiar with the unique situations faced by those associated with the military, having raised a family as a military dependent spouse. As a Certified Sexual Addiction Therapist candidate. I provide individual sessions to address sexual addiction, as well as facilitate sexual recovery groups for both the addict and their partner.
(813) 756-4371
Tampa, Florida 33606
Saralee H Fackelman, Counselor  in Tampa
“Anyone can become addicted to prescription medication! This means you! Prescription medication has become the most abused drug of this decade and it's legal! In fact, many do not believe they will become addicted because they lack knowledge necessary to understand their devastating, addictive properties. You go to the doctor, he prescribes pills,you need more, doctor says no, you get scared because you don't want to be "dope sick." It becomes too expensive, you become desperate, so you switch to heroin because it is cheaper. Does any part of this speak to you? If so, call me!
(813) 377-3973
Tampa, Florida 33604
Steven C. Walker, Psychologist  in Tampa
“Talking things out is good. Holding things in, is not. If you go to doctors for your body, then why wouldn't you go to a doctor for your mind? There is nothing wrong with working on your thoughts and emotions, in fact, if everyone worked on their inner world, we would have a completely different outer world. If you're ready to start working on your self, your relationships, or if you feel like you're not achieving your potential, then give me a call. Please read my reviews by clicking on the Website link under my photo.
(813) 659-5423
Tampa, Florida 33602
Erin Grupp, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Tampa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CAP, CSAT, CSAT-S
“Erin Grupp is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Certified Addiction Professional, Certified Sex Addiction Therapist, Certified Practioner in Neurolinguistic Programming, Clinical Hypnosis, Rapid Resolution Therapy and Rapid Trauma Resolution. Erin has served as an expert speaker on topics ranging from trauma-informed care, suicide, compulsive sexuality and the neurobiology of addiction. Erin provides Three-Day Intensives for couples looking to restore their relationships after intimate betrayal and/or sexual addiction (polygraph can be included.) Intensives are also beneficial for individuals who have been unsuccessful establishing long-term sobriety or as a step-down treatment for individuals returning from inpatient treatment.
(813) 375-9701
Tampa, Florida 33609
Brenda Crawford-Clark, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Tampa
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMHC, LMFT, NCC
“If you walk in my door, expect a compassionate therapist whose goal is to provide you tools for change. My background includes being honored as Florida Counselor of the Year, training my peers at state and national professional associations and helping individuals move past hard times without carrying forward a legacy of pain. During my 20 plus years in the field of mental health and addictions, I have developed hospital and outpatient programs that specialize in trauma, addictions, depression, anxiety, weight and eating disorders, and most recently ADD/ADHD and learning disorders. I also have significant experience in several other specialty areas.
(813) 413-5620
Tampa, Florida 33647
Lisa Averoff, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Tampa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMHC, NBCC, BCPC
“My personal goal is to be a guide, a facilitator, and a support to assist people at times in their lives when they may need some help and support. Everyone has the ability to change, to grow and to better him or herself, and my role is to be there at that point in a person's life's process.Marley, a black Labrador, is a therpy dog who works with me and is huge asset to counseling.
(727) 330-3882
Tampa, Florida 33626
Megan Desrosiers, LMHC, CAP, Counselor  in Tampa
“I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who has extensive experience with eating disorders, drug and/or alcohol dependency, depression and/or anxiety. I am eclectic as I utilize many theories of counseling and work to find which style works best for each client. Together, I work with my clients to help improve their overall quality of life and reduce the symptoms of any presenting issues. I believe that I am skilled in providing a non-judgmental, safe environment to foster our therapeutic relationship. I look forward to hearing from you.
(813) 508-7954
Tampa, Florida 33609
Richard A Hoffman, Psychologist  in Tampa
“I often work with symptoms of anxiety, depression, and relationship problems. I have 30+ years of experience, and feel comfortable with the entire age spectrum, including adolescents struggling to separate psychologically from their families of origin. I often work with couples, both pre- and post-marriage, using a family systems model. Where appropriate, I refer for psychiatric advice on medication. I explore psychological factors with attention to developmental background and current social context. Often, I use psychological tests to add objectivity to my formulation of a particular case. I see the therapeutic relationship as an important vehicle for growth and healing.
(813) 699-4344
Tampa, Florida 33613
Mary Kathryn Long, Counselor  in Tampa
“Ok, so you have started on the road to healing and are motivated to find answers to your problems. Whether you are depressed, anxious, or stuck in unhealthy relationship patterns, you want relief. In a positive supportive environment, I will guide you in exploring your options for solutions to your situation. I combine the best approaches to enable you to resolve your issues, whether you are looking for short-term answers or in-depth personal change. You are in control and I would love to join you in your journey to healing.
(813) 364-0579
Tampa, Florida 33618

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