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Domestic Violence Therapists in Brevard County

Shetress Woods, Counselor  in Cocoa
“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
Cocoa, Florida 32922
Omega Alpha Nu Mental Health Center, Treatment Facility  in Cocoa
“Specializing in Pastoral Counseling and Care, Psychiatric Services, Behavioral Services, Mental Health Care Coordination 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
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
R Lynne Grace, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Merritt Island
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“My ideal client is intelligent and aware of needing a positive change about their thinking, feelings or reactions to their problem(s). They have come to therapy because they are truly ready to change and will work towards their solutions with honesty and integrity. Being ready to change means that they highly motivated because they have hit rock bottom or placed the "last straw on the camel's back." I believe that all healing begins from within, and that if the person can define their own problem, that in all likelihood, a solution can be found.
Domestic Violence
(321) 285-7600
Stephanie Byrd, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Melbourne
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Whether you are looking for support and guidance through a challenging situation or just ready to move in a different direction, I look forward to working with you to achieve your goals. You can look forward to sessions that are catered to meet the unique needs of each individual, couple, or family creating balance, connection, clarity, and purpose.
Domestic Violence
(321) 800-2641
Melbourne, Florida 32901
Jeannie Hornell, Counselor  in Melbourne
“Jeannie Hornell is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who is compassionate about assisting others in identifying unhealthy thinking and behavior patterns and guides them to make more healthy choices, therefore, improving overall quality of life. Counseling is provided in a safe atmosphere where clients are empowered to gain and utilize skills to solve their problems and relieve emotional suffering. Call to set up an appointment with Jeannie now, and get on your way to overall well being.
Domestic Violence
(321) 766-6935
Melbourne, Florida 32935
Larenda Duley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Melbourne
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“Therapy is an opportunity to create greater balance and a more satisfying life. When you have issues, it's important to have an experienced professional help you solve them. Collaboratively, we will explore your thoughts, feelings, and behavior patterns to understand what wisdom they may lend to solving current problems.
Domestic Violence
(321) 420-1481
Melbourne, Florida 32935
Florida Counseling Centers, Psychologist  in Melbourne
“Everyone faces situations that can make life seem overwhelming. I know it can be difficult to make the decision to seek out help. But I also know from experience that the decision to face a problem directly is always a decision of strength. I consider it a privilege to work with individuals, couples, and families who are caught up in the stress of life and who need practical and effective strategies that will help them cope more effectively.
Domestic Violence
(321) 802-2856
Melbourne, Florida 32940
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
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
Ruth L Mejias  in Melbourne
“Are you struggling in your relationships with your partner, family, friends? Overcoming challenges that are keeping you from being healthy and happy can sometimes be overwhelming. The good news is you don't have do it alone, and you've just taken the first step to self-empowerment! By utilizing treatment strategies tailored to meet your specific needs, we can work together to successfully meet the goals that are important to you. My goal in therapy is to provide you with a safe and supportive environment where healthy solutions can be created for positive change towards healthier and happier living.
Domestic Violence
(407) 680-1287
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
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
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
Hope Murphy, Counselor  in Palm Bay
“I have worked in the field of counseling for over 17 years. My clients encompass issues revolved around depression,addictions,eating disorders, relationship issues, anxiety/panic attacks and childhood trauma. I help a person learn to manage these disorders and emotions. Subsequently, a person will become happier, managing life better.
Domestic Violence
(321) 274-1241
Palm Bay, Florida 32905
William Eyring, Psychologist  in Merritt Island
“Two practice locations: Indian Harbour Beach & Merritt Island. Together, we can discover the tools you need to have a happier life and more fulfilling relationships. If your best ideas haven't been successful in helping you solve your problems, I may be able to help. With my clinical training and experience, I can offer unique suggestions and solutions tailored to your situation. I have been helping couples and families resolve their differences for years. If you feel stuck and you don't know where else to turn, I can help you make changes in your life.
Domestic Violence
(321) 392-2992
Ethel Bakke, Counselor  in Indialantic
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, NCC, LPC, 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
Indialantic, Florida 32903
Kristin Woodling, Counselor  in Indian Harbour Beach
“Are you a career woman juggling multiple responsibilities? Have you experienced confusing moods possibly triggered by stress or hormones? Feeling overwhelmed, fatigued, or unbalanced? Professional women are often looked to for leadership and guidance, but struggle to find their own support when needed. At Pamper Your Mind we believe in providing a confidential and elite therapeutic experience to women seeking healing, clarity, and balanced lifestyle for optimal health.
Domestic Violence
(321) 213-9996
Nancy Mackay, Psychologist  in Cocoa
“We all run into challenges from time to time. Sometimes all you need are some tools for getting you from where you are now to where you want to be. I provide counseling to a limited number of clients on an individual basis, tailored to your specific needs. Gain some insight. Make changes in relationships. Laugh more. Take steps to move forward.
Domestic Violence
(321) 639-4483
Cocoa, Florida 32922
Alan P. Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Melbourne
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I have worked over 25 years as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker specializing in working with clients of all ages. I am versed in working with children and adolescents, but have also worked extensively with individuals, couples and their families. I have addressed a variety of issues including but not limited to, ADHD, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, divorce and serious mental health diagnoses. My commitment as a therapist has always been to achieve results in a safe environment for all my clients. My passion has been helping people becoming clear in what they want in life and realizing their potential.
Domestic Violence
(321) 732-7366
Melbourne, Florida 32940

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.