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Therapists in Tampa

Amy Datla, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Tampa
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMHC, LMFT, CAP, NCC
“Accepting New Clients. I am a psychotherapist who specializes in providing therapy to adults, adolescents, couples and families in the Tampa Bay Area with a variety of mental health problems. My speciality includes treating anxiety, depressive and co- occurring disorders. I also specialize in treating family/ marital conflicts and other relationship issues. I provide services that encourage increased personal happiness and health and satisfying relationships. I believe that as people become more accepting of themselves, and more aware of their thoughts, emotions and actions, they are more capable of making decisions which lead to happiness and fulfillment.
(352) 353-4636
Tampa, Florida 33611
John Hendershot, Psychologist  in Tampa
“Therapy can help you enhance your awareness of how your unrealistic or negative beliefs and thinking patterns about yourself and others undermine the quality of your life. Therapy can help you change those dysfunctional thoughts and beliefs. These changes in thinking will go hand-in-hand with improvements in your moods, decisions, quality of your relationships, and the quality of your life. Therapy can help you overcome grief and loss, navigate major changes and life stages, enhance motivation, improve coping skills for dealing with stress, anxiety, and fear, and learn to deal with anger, rage, frustration, and disappointment more constructively.
(813) 265-4811
Tampa, Florida 33624
Alan Ickowitz, Psychologist  in Tampa
“My practice is dedicated to providing the highest quality,professionally competent psychotherapy to adults, couples & adolescents with compassion and respect for each client's humanity and individuality. I believe in a collaborative process where we work together to determine what approach will be utilized to give you the best opportunity to successfully address your concerns. I provide clients with information and education about a variety of treatment orientations for a wide range of problems or challenges. This allows you to actively participate in an informed manner in choosing an approach that we determine is likely to be the most beneficial.
(813) 358-2465
Tampa, Florida 33615
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
Tara Family Counseling Services, Psychologist  in Tampa
“Choosing a therapist to begin psychotherapy is one of the most important decisions you can make. You want someone who is caring, knowledgeable, and accessible. Someone willing to take the time to go over all of your options and treat you as a person, not just a patient. Psychotherapy can take many different forms. Sometimes it is playtherapy with a child, sometimes it is the whole family who come together to create solutions, sometimes individual therapy allows a person to remake themself, to relieve stress and improve their relationships.
(813) 489-4053
Tampa, Florida 33609
Sheryl Marie Hakala, Psychiatrist  in Tampa
“Dr. Hakala completed her medical degree, general adult psychiatric training, and child psychiatric fellowship at the University of South Florida. She provides both psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy and also has been trained to provide Suboxone pharmacotherapy.
(813) 438-4644
Tampa, Florida 33606
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
Laura Umfer, Psy.D., LLC., Psychologist  in Tampa
“Welcome to getting your life back. I conduct many evaluations for the court: Disability, immigration, psychosexuals, criminal, emotional distress,substance abuse, military,fitness for duty,general,dependency, DUI and more. With a psychological evaluation, you can learn if there are mental health diagnoses, level of risk for re-offending, if you can reunify with your children, if you are fit for duty, if you meet criteria for disability, if there are hardships placed upon you or family members due to immigration or personal injury and more. Visit for more information and products to become de-zombified.
(813) 358-2020
Tampa, Florida 33614
Sonya Frazier, Counselor  in Tampa
“My counseling philosophy is that change happens by meeting the individual where they are with an unbiased and non-judgmental mindset. I take pride in assisting people in identifying, exploring and acting on the infinite possibilities for their lives within a multicultural context.
(813) 639-8905
Tampa, Florida 33618
Amy L Abdnour, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Tampa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“I specialize in adolescent, couple, and family dynamics. I speak to groups and offer therapy to individuals, couples, and families. I have a particular interest in adolescent development, pre-marital counseling, relationship challenges, depression, anxiety, grief, divorce, elder issues, and obstacles to personal growth.
(813) 358-2223
Tampa, Florida 33609
Kathleen M Ledbetter, Counselor  in Tampa
“Hello. I'm Kathleen Ledbetter and offer my services with the benefit of having helped many others during 17 years of counseling. If your problems concern relationships,grief or loss, trauma, anxiety, depression, personal challenges or divorce, I welcome you. If we meet, we can talk and probably change things around so that you can see more possibilities for your future. An important part of the process is recognizing your own inner wisdom and resources. Then, I would like to work with you, as you practice using your abilities and resources to deal with your challenges.
(813) 434-1580
Tampa, Florida 33604
Lisa I Correa, Psychologist  in Tampa
“My clinical practice is holistically-based, focusing on psychological, spiritual, and physical development. We will focus on what is important to you, whether it is succeed in your relationships, health, academics or career. Collaborating in discovering and leveraging your strengths to enhance yourself and your life is at the heart of my work.
(888) 531-1313
Tampa, Florida 33626
Frankie E. Valle, Counselor  in Tampa
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LMHC, CAP, NCGC-II, CET
“Are you ready to break free from the prison of psychiatric labels and brain disabling medication? You are not the label foisted on you during times of difficulty. At Valle Counseling, we understand mental and emotional distress are basic human conditions resulting from discouraging and unhealthy relationships. Our primary goal is to encourage mental and emotional wellness by cultivating supportive relationships and promoting healthy lifestyle choices through counseling, education, and support. Let's work together to identify real solutions to real problems: overcoming life traumas, managing life stressors, healing from grief and loss, learning to establish healthy boundaries in relationships, etc.
(813) 440-3035
Tampa, Florida 33619
Ruth B. Martinez, Counselor  in Tampa
“"Hello! I am a bilingual, Spanish/English, professional with dedication to my profession and with a humanistic approach. Therapy is a growth process where I will help you explore your areas of conflicts and the hidden strengths within yourself as we work into brief conflict resolution. My goal is that you will enrich yourself. You will grow stronger emotionally developing skills that will help you become more effective with your family,social and work interactions,so that you can succeed in life.
(813) 344-2969 x5
Tampa, Florida 33618
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
Lynette C Arthurton, Counselor  in Tampa
“I provide counseling to individuals, families and couples. The counseling is tailored to meet the needs of my clients with an approach that encompasses, body, mind and spirit. I am a graduate of Liberty University with three years experience. I specialize in anxiety, panic attacks, PTSD, depression, anger management, communication, marital counseling and sex therapy.
(813) 395-0344
Tampa, Florida 33617
Mark D. Davis Lcsw, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Tampa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, EAP, SAP, DOT, SAPDOT
“We are here to help you get focused on overcoming issues that have frustrated yourself, your loved ones, and prior counseling. Help for depression, anxiety, relationship, alcohol or drug addictions, sexual problems, and compulsive behaviors. Get ready to get out of the box of unhappiness! Ignite passion for change. Imagine and experience yourself in a healthy lifestyle with love, self-confidence and personal effectiveness. Work in trust and confidence due to extensive experience, continuous training, and love for what I do. This therapist has caring, compassion, and committment to change.
(813) 355-8447
Tampa, Florida 33624
Kristjan Olafsson, Psychologist  in Tampa
“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 attention deficit, 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, most insurance carriers including Medicare with pay for provided services.
(813) 701-2725
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
Nancy L Graber, Counselor  in Tampa
(813) 440-3063
Tampa, Florida 33609
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What method of therapy is right for me?
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