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Therapists in Tampa

Amy Telschow, Counselor  in Tampa
“Amy is a passionate counselor believing positive change is possible at any stage in life. Her approach to therapy offers clients more than just short-term solutions to individual and relational issues. Amy utilizes Interventions including: Solution-Focused Therapy, Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Humanism, Gestalt Therapy, Mindfulness (including meditation, guided visualization, and relaxation), Play Therapy, and Supportive Therapy. Experiential techniques are used to bridge the gap between the problem-solving part of our brains and the intuitive, emotional part in order to identify the sources of issues, and develop new patterns and skills for handling them.
(813) 445-7701
Tampa, Florida 33626
Yvonka De Ridder, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Tampa
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, PhD, (abd), MS, IMFT
“Life should be about happiness! So often we are a product of our environment while being held captive by society's standards, taboos, and the expectations of those around us. In order to progress and move forward and to obtain happiness, change needs to occur. Change starts with the self! We are programmed to blame and look at the external sources of influence, start within!
(813) 701-3280
Tampa, Florida 33629
Jo Veazey Stanton, Counselor  in Tampa
“Jo Veazey Stanton obtained a Bachelor's Degree in Communications from the University of Alabama and a Master's Degree in Mental Health Counseling from Argosy University. She offers a comprehensive perspective to counseling by combining her experiences in medicine, addictions and clinical evaluations for the purpose of diagnostic clarification and treatment planning. She is experienced in several modalities of treatment including individual, group and family counseling. She specializes in addictions treatment and women's issues. Jo relates her professional experiences in the therapeutic relationship to offer hope and healing to our community. Healing and hope are primary goals.
(813) 321-2174
Tampa, Florida 33629
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LMHC, NCC, CRC, MAC, SAP
“I have been practicing as a therapist in Tampa Bay for over 20 years. I view each person as unique and the specific therapeutic technique chosen for the person depends upon the type problem presented and the specific needs. In the first session, problems are assessed and identified and goals are established and a specific plan to meet the goals is developed. My task as therapist is to teach the skills and knowledge needed so that my clients have the skills to be their "own therapists" when therapy is completed.
(813) 508-7919
Tampa, Florida 33607
Ashley Vigil-Otero, Psychologist  in Tampa
“As a licensed clinical psychologist in Tampa, Florida, I am dedicated to providing compassionate and high quality services that promote growth and development. I have received formal training at a number of universities and medical centers throughout the country, including Harvard Medical School, Vanderbilt University and Miami Children's Hospital. I offer therapy and testing to individuals of all ages and tailor treatment to the needs of my patients. I work with a variety of clinical issues ranging from adjustment difficulties to clinical depression. My specialties include the treatment of anxiety, trauma and mood disorders.
(813) 932-3469
Tampa, Florida 33614
Richard Enrico Spana, Psychologist  in Tampa
“I enjoy working with someone who has struggled in relationships or with reaching educational or career goals and has been feeling saddened or frustrated with their limited success. While forming a working relationship, I focus on helping the person to develop realistic goals. I balance my work between teaching new coping skills and helping the person address and resolve conflicts with others as well as within his or her self that have interfered in the past. Then, we focus on gaining motivation toward using the newly learned skills and making significant changes in his or her life.
(813) 438-4535
Tampa, Florida 33614
Sheri K Levens, Counselor  in Tampa
“Twenty years providing counseling services to people has taught me much about us as humans: how much we have in common and how much each of us has a unique story. I take great delight in helping people tell their story and make a new script for their future. We work together to foster healing from past hurts, to learn new skills for self-care and to build strength in those all-important relationships in clients' lives. We can work on short-term problem-solving with a coaching style or deeper healing therapy. I enjoy working with the whole family!
(813) 364-0532
Tampa, Florida 33609
Shanon Roberts, Counselor  in Tampa
“Has life become difficult, almost impossible? Have you lost your way? There is hope. You aren't alone. At Christian Counseling of South Tampa, we are in the business of changing lives. Whatever you are dealing with, --fighting, cheating, anger, depression, divorce, escalating substance use--we can help. I will help you develop the skills to better handle conflict, better function in life, improve your communications, and regain the emotional connections that may be missing from your relationship(s). I am sensitive to the spiritual part of individuals.Knowing that faith and practices can be an avenue to peace, I incorporate this dimension into treatment.
(813) 659-5430
Tampa, Florida 33606
Madeline Nissa Altabe, Psychologist  in Tampa
“Clients find my practice to be a warm and safe place to work towards happier, calmer ways of being in their lives. Although I do talk with people about their past much of my focus is on how people are doing now in their lives and what they want for their future I prefer a collaborative approach using the knowledge and skills of psychology, to help people reach their individual goals.
(813) 438-4697
Tampa, Florida 33606
Barbara Dorn, Psychologist  in Tampa
“For 20+ years I have worked with a variety of clients in Tampa Bay. I specialize in relationships, couples therapy, divorce, adolescents, family therapy, and abuse issues. I have a supportive, growth oriented view on counseling and utilize an eclectic and cognitive behavioral approach. I recommend helpful books for those who like to read and work on journaling for those who like to write. I enjoy working with motivated clients to help them reclaim their power and maximize their happiness.
(813) 438-4961
Tampa, Florida 33609
Barbara Wegener, Counselor  in Tampa
“I offer skilled, compassionate care for anxiety, depression and self-defeating or destructive behaviors including addictions (food, substances, and other compulsive behaviors) as well as the eroded sense of self that often accompanies them. All of these symptoms, these manifestations of dis-ease, have taken form for important, individualized reasons. My approach is to treat you -- and your symptoms -- with the utmost in acceptance, respect, and care. The raw capacity as well as the strength for healing is inherent in each of us. As your therapist, I will provide guidance, structure and support to assist you in your healing process.
(813) 305-7966
Tampa, Florida 33609
Susan Bramer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Tampa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LCSW
“I am a licensed clinical social worker specializing in the treatment of adults, teens, couples, and families. I received my professional training at Columbia University, in New York city. I use a client-centered approach and believe that the therapeutic process can be a powerful tool for positive change and quality of life enhancement. My office is conveniently located in the Carrollwood Crossings office park on the corner of Gunn Highway and Linebaugh Ave. I am available for evening and Saturday appointments.
(813) 413-5824
Tampa, Florida 33618
Teeling Counseling Services, Counselor  in Tampa
“The quality of my professional relationship with my clients is extremely important to me. To establish and maintain an effective therapeutic relationship,I have a nonjudgmental and non-coercive attitude during all sessions. I am committed to providing a safe environment for clients to feel comfortable and respected throughout the individualized therapeutic process.Full attention is provided to all clients to present the opportunity to focus on strengths and address the areas that want to be improved.
(813) 395-0409
Tampa, Florida 33618
Georgeanne (Dede) Neufeld, Counselor  in Tampa
“Stop just surviving...take back your life and thrive again! If anxiety, depression, chronic illness, or stress have robbed you of your joy, I can help you reclaim it. I help adults 18+ take back the leadership of their lives by learning very specific skills to manage their moods, increase their overall happiness, and reduce the burden of chronic illness and pain. As someone who, herself, has successfully managed chronic neuromuscular disease for 25 years, I don't just know the "theory" of better mood management and how it reduces suffering, I know the "practice" from real-life experience.
(813) 527-0259
Tampa, Florida 33614
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
William 'Chip' Royall, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Tampa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“As a professional licensed psychotherapist, I enjoy helping adults and adolescents with decreasing uncomfortable emotions and thoughts and with increasing positive feeling states and improving overall satisfaction with life. I have 18 years of direct practice experience with helping adults, adolescents, couples and families with resolving and over coming issues. I have experience with helping clients successfully address anger management issues,relationship issues, stress, trauma, depression, anxiety, and sexual behavior problems. I utilize a cognitive behavior therapy approach which provides clients a better sense of control with their thoughts and feeling leading to an improved sense of well being.
(813) 701-2180
Tampa, Florida 33615
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
Inner Reflections Counseling Services of Tampa Bay, Counselor  in Tampa
“Do you have days when you don't feel like getting out of bed? Are you losing sleep or having problems concentrating because you are worried or overwhelmed by stressors? Are you experiencing nightmares or having thoughts related to a traumatic event? Do you feel alone and that you have nowhere to turn? Perhaps you feel betrayed by a spouse or significant other. There is hope that your situation will change. Today, you made a huge step by seeking help. I have assisted clients with improving their relationships and working toward overcoming issues such as depression, anxiety, and traumatic experiences.
(813) 756-1853
Tampa, Florida 33647
Joel S. Brooks, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Tampa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, DCSW, BCD, CMFSW
“My passion and love for my profession is to help my clients understand and have faith in their strengths, so they have the best chance of finding solutions to their problems. I provide a warm, confidential and safe place for discovering specific solutions that lead to healthy change. I love what I do and want to share my professionalisim with you for a meaningful and theraputic experience. I have over 30 years experience working with adults, children and adolescents. I specialize in trauma recovery, anxiety disorders and depression, bi-polar, eating disorders, OCD, separation and divorce and marital/relationship problems.
(813) 978-3960
Tampa, Florida 33613
“Since 1980, Dr Hoover has been devoted to working with families struggling to overcome the life challenges presented to them by family dysfunction and behavioral problems. A licensed psychologist since 1990, who has been trained in family systems theory and specializing in marriage, family, and addictions treatment. With three decades of experience in the mental health field, Dr. Hoover will be able to assit you through individual, family, and marital issues with positive solution focused approaches that give you and your family hope and restore the psychological balance in your world.
(813) 364-0814
Tampa, Florida 33624

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