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Domestic Violence Therapists in Brevard County

Christine L Klopp, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Cocoa
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MS, MFT
“I am Christine L. Klopp, a registered marriage and family therapist intern in the state of Florida. I have experience and training in working with individuals, couples, families, and groups with a wide range of presenting problems including substance abuse, schizophrenia, and depression as well as those just looking to overcome the struggles of daily living that happen from time to time. I take a systemic approach to understanding individuals, believing that all behavior makes sense in context and that people are involved in a variety of systems which impacts their behaviors and actions within the world they interact.
Domestic Violence
(407) 792-2578
Cocoa, Florida 32926
Shetress Woods, Counselor  in Rockledge
“Counseling is a therapeutic relationship that is developed between the therapist and the patient to achieve victory over challenges in life. Shetress Woods is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who has had the pleasure of providing therapeutic and social support for over 10 years. It is her desire to continue to assist others in achieving victory with a non- judgmental attitude, empathy and encouragement. Shetress provides therapeutic services in the following areas, which consist of, but are not limited to, depression, anxiety, domestic violence, adjustment, sexual abuse, anger management, grief, relational and substance abuse.
Domestic Violence
(321) 684-5172 x4
Rockledge, Florida 32955
Omega Alpha Nu Mental Health Center, Treatment Facility  in Cocoa
“Specializing in Pastoral Counseling and Care, Psychiatric Services, Behavioral Services, Mental Health Targeted Case Management and providing Community Resources. Omega Alpha Nu Ministries is dedicated to help in building our community by ministering Faith, Hope and Love through our spiritual, mental health & community services to individuals and families of our community.
Domestic Violence
(321) 420-1894
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Cocoa, Florida 32926
Behavior Services of Brevard, Treatment Facility  in Cocoa
“Behavior Services of Brevard, Inc has been providing Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services since 1997. Although we specialize in working with individuals with some of the most challenging behaviors, and we are widely recognized for our work with individuals with autism and cognitive challenges, we also provide services to families with typically-developing children and those with mental health diagnoses. Additionally, we provide counseling services, staff training, and IEP consultations. We are funded through many state agencies and insurances, and of course, we accept private paying individuals, as well. Additionally, we can provide expert witness services, school and agency-wide training, as well as program or agency-wide consultation.
Domestic Violence
(321) 978-0909
Cocoa, Florida 32922
Carol Friebolin-Keydel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Melbourne
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW, BCD
“In my rewarding years as a therapist I have been impressed with the resilience of the people I have worked with. Despite some very difficult and stressful circumstances in your life , I have confidence that through a relationship of insight, trust, support and colllaboration, I can help you adapt and cope and learn new ways of handling your life. As a therapist , my approach is to focus on understanding what you want to accomplish in the present and then to work together with you in moving toward and achieving your goal(s)
Domestic Violence
(440) 290-4165
Melbourne, Florida 32940
John E. N. Daniel, Counselor  in Palm Bay
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, BCCLC, CCCT, CPC, EdS, MA
“My therapeutic/coaching practice comprises approximately 60% females to 40% males. They come from diverse racial, ethnic, cultural, and religious backgrounds; and are generally seeking my leadership, career development, human relations, interpersonal communication, and entrepreneurial expertise. Many of my clients are seasoned professionals, corporate executives, middle managers, small business owners and religious leaders who desire results, life purpose change and restoration. However, many of my clients consider themselves to be "everyday people" in crises situations, needing empathy, an active listener and someone whom they have proven to to be ethical, trustworthy and able to provide wise counsel and unswerving professionalism.
Domestic Violence
(855) 885-3277
Palm Bay, Florida 32909
Ginny Yauchzy, Counselor  in Merritt Island
“Sometimes life throws us a curve ball . . . whether it's growing pains as we transition to different stages in life, relational upheaval, coming to terms with unresolved issues from our pasts, or just tired of the same pattern of unhealthy choices . . . I can help. I believe the answers are within us and that sometimes we just need a little support and guidance to unveil what the answers are.
Domestic Violence
(321) 360-7734
Roxanne Linda Miller  in Melbourne
“I have a Master's of Education Degree in Mental Health Counseling, and I am significantly supported by the accumulated wisdom imparted by life experience. I work with adults providing a safe, compassionate, and non-judgmental environment where healing happens; working collaboratively with you to develop a plan for reaching your goals in therapy.
Domestic Violence
(772) 204-0572
Melbourne, Florida 32935
Gail E O'Neill, Counselor  in Melbourne
“People come to counseling because they are dissatisfied in some way with what's going on in their lives. I like to help people create the changes they want by helping them explore options, look at their beliefs about themselves and the world, get focused and then motivate them toward action. I have been a counselor since 1995, and I love what I do. I have a strong background in mental health, addictions and abuse, making me a very well rounded therapist. I work with adults and the elderly on the issues of depression, anxiety, addictive behaviors, life transitions and relationships.
Domestic Violence
(321) 420-1671
Melbourne, Florida 32935
Ethel Bakke, Counselor  in Melbourne
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, NCC, LMHC, CAP
“Your feelings are real and you have a right to express yourself and have those feelings validated. Now what you do with those feelings is often the next challenge. Sometimes it is necessary to explore where those feelings come from -- what is at the root. Other times, just accepting them and moving on works better. Another alternative is neurofeedback, which is training in self-regulation. Together we will explore and create a plan that works for you. Everyone is unique and accepting you where you are unconditionally, without judgment, is an effective place to start.
Domestic Violence
(321) 594-6758
Melbourne, Florida 32935
Stephanie Chambers, Counselor  in Rockledge
“LIFE WANTS YOU BACK! People often seek therapy due to a crisis. This may be the case for you. Are you struggling with anxiety, depression, or addiction issues? Are these stressors getting in the way of your best life? As a result of working together we can uncover negative thought patterns, identify perceived obstacles and reconnect you to the life you want. I specialize in addictions, workplace stressors and relationship issues. I also work well with at-risk youth, troubled teenagers who's families are confused and uncertain about their situation.
Domestic Violence
(321) 420-1862
Rockledge, Florida 32955
Annette P Soldini, Counselor  in Melbourne
“As a life coach since 1995, I have helped clients learn new skills that improve the quality of their lives and relationships. Issues such as depression, panic attacks, marriage/family conflicts, sexuality/gender, and addictions can leave us feeling overwhelmed and discouraged, but with the help of a trained professional, we can learn how to turn these challenges into growth opportunities. Receiving guidance, education, encouragement, and hope from someone who genuinely cares about what we are experiencing can be life-changing. I offer a safe and comfortable environment where you are accepted as you are, where you are, without judgment.
Domestic Violence
(321) 244-3256
Melbourne, Florida 32935
Deborah Ann Abram, Counselor  in Rockledge
“I Believe in you. Whatever challenges you are going through know that you are still a powerful valuable individual. I work to Empower people and help them reclaim this value. The ideal client is one who is ready and wanting to make positive changes in their life. I am intuitive,caring,warm and non-judmental. Together we can reach the changes you want to achieve in your life. Usuallly an appointment can be made within 24 to 48 hours of the initial call so that we can begin the journey of rediscovery.
Domestic Violence
(321) 203-0482
Rockledge, Florida 32955
Kellie Garza,   in Melbourne
“My therapy style is open, compassionate, humorous when appropriate and educational while offering unbiased support. It is often times hard to find a therapist that you can connect with and feel that you can trust. I understand how difficult it can be sometimes to go to a stranger for help for things you may have never told anyone. My goal is to make my clients feel as comfortable as possible from day one with the therapeutic process in a professional environment. Whether you just need an unbiased ear or things have become unmanageable, counseling can create the life you want.
Domestic Violence
(321) 403-7036
Melbourne, Florida 32935
Harriet Z Carr, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Palm Bay
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I have worked a great deal with children, adolescents, couples and those who have issues with anxiety, depression, anger and relationship difficulties. I explore your strengths, help you build resiience and coping skills. I believe in the glass being half full and leaning how to achieve one's goals, with a sense of humor and mutual respect.
Domestic Violence
(321) 348-9925
Palm Bay, Florida 32905
Susan Begley, Counselor  in Melbourne
“A practicing licensed counselor within the Melbourne Florida (Fl) area, I offer counseling to those individuals and couples experiencing difficulties and struggles personally and in their relationships. As my client you will experience an atmosphere of genuine acceptance and safety needed for healing and growth, to discover balance in your life, and to realize your true potential. Much of my experience includes working with mood disorders, anxiety and panic attacks, women's issues, the cycles of addiction and co-dependency. My desire is to assist you in moving forward in your life towards wholeness and freedom.
Domestic Violence
(321) 766-8907
Melbourne, Florida 32935
Heather Rehberg  in Merritt Island
“FREE CONSULTATION Dealing with emotional, behavioral, relational or faith-based problems can be very difficult, especially if you are doing it alone. What I can do is help make those difficult things easier by helping you find your way to healthy living solutions.
Domestic Violence
(321) 329-5848
Marydora Conley, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Melbourne
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LCSW
“When someone is faced with emotional pain, knowing what to do is difficult and counseling can be freightening. As a marriage & family therapist and social worker, it is my practice to provide a safe environment for clients to resolve their issues of concern. Using the client's expertise of self as a vital part of my team is solicited and used along with my life experience and educational knowledge to make positive changes. Validation and client strengths are part of the therapeutic process. Feeling in control of one's situation and finding hope for a healthy future can be expected.
Domestic Violence
(502) 653-1418
Melbourne, Florida 32901
“We live in a very stressful time and stress impacts children, adolescents and adults in unique ways. Untreated, chronic stress can lead to emotional, psychological and medical problems as well as relationship difficulties. Are you suffering from stress or depression at work, home or school? Perhaps you are experiencing difficulty in your relationships with your spouse, children or family? We provide individual, couples and family therapy in a comfortable, safe, supportive environment. We counsel clients with anxiety, depression, grief, trauma, ADHD, OCD, behavioral problems, self-esteem, adjustment, marital and family issues as well as assisting with parenting concerns.
Domestic Violence
(321) 222-5682
Titusville, Florida 32780
“I provide individual, couples, and family therapy, tailored to the unique needs of each client. Ages range from 5 to adult. Treatment begins with an intake, in which consent for treatment is obtained, background information is gathered, and treatment goals are established. Therapy is conducted in a caring and non-judgmental environment, designed to facilitate personal growth and achievement of treatment goals. Space Coast Counseling Center, Inc. is handicapped-accessible and easy to find; it is acrosss the street from McDonald's on US1 in Titusville. Office hours are from 5 PM to 8 PM on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday.
Domestic Violence
(321) 267-2228
Titusville, Florida 32780

Domestic Violence Therapists
If you're looking for help with domestic violence in Brevard County or for a Brevard County domestic violence Therapist, these professionals provide confidential support for spousal abuse or for individuals and couples in a violent relationship. They include domestic violence Therapists and domestic violence psychologists who conduct domestic violence counseling. A Therapistcan help with children as victims of domestic violence, support for battered women and referrals to shelters in Brevard County. Therapists can help identify the signs of domestic violence, the differences between men and women as victims of domestic violence and the distinctions of passive aggressive behavior. If you think you may be a victim of domestic violence in Brevard County, please seek help soon and learn how to stop or prevent it escalating further.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Brevard County have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Brevard County you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Brevard County and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Brevard County or family therapy in Brevard County.