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Therapists in Fort Myers

Francis R. Valenti EdD CAP, Counselor  in Fort Myers
“It is not uncommon to feel confused about oneself and ones relationships. My therapeutic approach is geared toward helping individuals improve their relationship with themselves and with others. I work best with individuals who are ready for change. I also believe that before any change can take place we have to admit fault to ourselves. Then we have something to work with to change. I hope you will give me this opportunity to help you feel and live better.
(239) 494-3969
Fort Myers, Florida 33907
Ethan Martin, Counselor  in Fort Myers
“I enjoy working with clients from all walks of life with varying issues. I work with all types of issues. I work with addiction and substance abuse, as well as areas of sexual brokenness. I also work with depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder and many other disorders. I enjoy working with clients who have a desire to work on their own issues and have a motivation to change. I work with clients from adolescence on up.
(239) 324-0750
Fort Myers, Florida 33907
“PERSONAL LIFE COACHING Side by side, I will work with you to identify your primary goals in life. I will help you develop step by step strategies to accomplish your goals so that you may realize your own sense of empowerment. My approach is a mentoring, enrichment process that is strengh-based. Home and telephone sessions are available after initial sessions. E-mail re. questions to b.s.lentulay@comcast.net Fee is self-pay only and is on a sliding fee scale based on your ability to pay.
(814) 580-8961
Fort Myers, Florida 33913
Dr. J of New Vision Counseling & Coaching SWFL, Counselor  in Fort Myers
“My role as a counselor, mediator and coach is to help you through situations and problems that are interfering with your daily life. If you're struggling with personal issues, relationship problems or business and job development questions: I can aid you in assessing your strengths, developing your optimal potential, clarifying your problems, and assisting you in changing self-defeating behaviors in order to make positive choices. Treatment is unique for each client and depends on your needs and goals. The philosophy that guides me is the unwavering belief that people have a limitless potential to grow, to develop and to heal.
(305) 712-6102
Fort Myers, Florida 33908
Laura Streyffeler, Counselor  in Fort Myers
“Therapy is not just for "crazy" people. On the contrary, therapy is often for healthy people who want to live healthier lives. Therapy is for people who are dealing with a life situation, family or relationship issue that they wish to discuss and/or process with a professional who can help him or her sort out their thoughts, feelings and options in a safe and non-judgmental atmosphere. If you are struggling with a life transition a family and/or relationship problem,grief and loss related issue, addiction(self or family member), employment changes or losses,etc...Dr.Laura can help.
(239) 244-3888
Fort Myers, Florida 33907
Bethaney Hoffacker, Counselor  in Fort Myers
“Are you struggling with depression, anxiety, loss, or addiction? Have you lost track of who you are or who you hope to become? Perhaps terrible things have happened to you, leaving you afraid, troubled, or unable to move forward... Maybe you just need someone to talk to... Good news! There IS hope, and you have just taken the first step to making significant changes in your life. I believe the way we think and believe has an impact on how we feel and act. I have experience working with many different people, with different types of struggles in their lives.
(941) 584-5109
Fort Myers, Florida 33907
Susan Puccio,MA, LMHC, NCC, Counselor  in Fort Myers
“Perhaps your life isn't headed in the direction you had hoped for. Life can get difficult at times and counseling can truly make the difference for you. Seeking help is both a simple and courageous act that supports one's need for expression. There are times that we need to connect with someone; to feel heard, to feel respected and to be validated. The purpose of psychotherapy is to help you improve your life as you navigate the process of change so that life can be filled with greater possibilities for fulfillment and peace.
(239) 676-6751
Fort Myers, Florida 33907
Eric Howard, Psychologist  in Fort Myers
“I am an experienced licensed psychologist and certified sex therapist (American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists). I provide assistance to individuals and couples who are experiencing any of a variety of difficulties involving depression and /or anxiety, as well as relationship problems. I take a practical, eclectic approach, tending to utilize a variety of cognitive- behavioral techniques to help the development of coping skills.
(239) 330-9437
Fort Myers, Florida 33912
Linda S. Reynolds, Counselor  in Fort Myers
“Linda deals with family issues, parenting concerns and child development. She works with divorce recovery and grief. Solution-focused, brief therapy allows Linda to see many hurting families and individuals over short periods of time with successful results. Her specific focus is Christian counseling believing the need for every one of God's children to have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Linda has been a licensed therapist since 1983. Her training is in Psychology and Social Work, receiving a BA in both at Western Connecticut State University. She earned her MA in counseling at the University of West Florida, Pensacola.
(239) 206-4580
Fort Myers, Florida 33907
Anamaria Ryan, Counselor  in Fort Myers
“At any time, you can rethink your life and reinvent yourself. In a fast paced modern world, we are finding that more and more people are experiencing challenges such as depression and anxiety. Many of them choose to self medicate through habits that can develop an addiction. Many more choose to relay on prescribed medications only. However, studies have shown that the greatest chances for success are achieved by combining medication and therapy.
(239) 344-8420
Fort Myers, Florida 33919
Diane T. Colonnello, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Fort Myers
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, DCSW, LCSW
“Working over twenty years in the field, I am a seasoned therapist that has a respect for the client and his/her needs for confidentiality, for a comprehensive evaluation, and a specific treatment direction. My style involves engaging clients in exploring the etiology of their symptoms, developing skills to effectively cope, and to resolve the source(s) of the problem. Of course the client decides the extent of any treatment plan.
(239) 244-2528
Fort Myers, Florida 33919
LeighAnn Wong, Psychologist  in Fort Myers
“Helping others has always been a big part of my life. As a licensed clinical psychologist my goal is facilitating the growth of my clients through accurate assessment and therapeutic care of their personal concerns. This may include providing guidance, support, and extensive understanding to those individuals who others depend on. Thus far, my inner passion and natural ability to connect with others combined with my scientist-practitioner experience has allowed me to build solid therapeutic relationships with my clients. Together we foster open dialogue and create a supportive and secure healing environment.
Fort Myers, Florida 33907
Jeanette Bevilacqua, Psychiatric Nurse  in Fort Myers
“I go beyond traditional talk therapy by including selected mind-body techniques (BodyTalk, NET, Imagery, etc.) enhancing your therapy process. Together we construct a multigenerational genogram, a family tree designed to explore origins of non-productive responses which can be addressed with cognitive/behavioral strategies. I have over 20 years of experience as an individual, couple and group psychotherapist based on my career as a psychiatric nurse practitioner and university professor in nursing and counseling. I am skilled in dealing with symptoms resulting from depression, anxiety, pain and grief responses, LGBT issues, aging adaptations, sexual health concerns and relationship challenges.
(239) 214-6258
Fort Myers, Florida 33919
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Hello, are you feeling overwhelmed, tired, empty? There maybe times in our lives when we may feel that our ability to handle stress is not what we would like it to be. I would like to help you get to a place in your life you are most content. I enjoy working with a variety of clients, helping them with their own personal challenges. When ready, please call.
(239) 494-3944
Fort Myers, Florida 33907
Liza J. Vitiello, Counselor  in Fort Myers
“Many benefits are possible from participating in counseling. Counseling can provide a fresh perspective on a difficult problem or point you in the direction of a solution. Counseling can help you find new ways to cope with stress and anxiety---to better manage anger, depression, and other emotional pressures. Get "unstuck" from past relationships and family issues--break old patterns and develop new ways of dealing with old issues. Heal old psychological wounds---repair damage from the past. Discover creative ways to problem-solve. Improve your self esteem and boost your self confidence. The overall result can be improved health and well being.
(239) 931-4444 x1
Fort Myers, Florida 33907
Dana Kinnard, Counselor  in Fort Myers
“Are you tired of struggling with problems you just can't quite seem to fix? Are you ready to make a change and feel better? Using a solution-oriented approach my goal is to help clients learn new skills that will help improve relationships, communicate more effectively, feel less angry, reduce stress, overcome obstacles, and better manage their lives. Whether you are having a problem at work, or facing some difficult decisions, or even thinking about making some important life changes and just need someone to talk things over with, counseling can really make a difference. Why wait, call today.
(239) 494-3856
Fort Myers, Florida 33919
Amy Mulholland, Psychologist  in Fort Myers
“As a psychologist with a Doctoral degree, my approach to helping clients make lasting improvements in their lives includes providing hope for change, research-based techniques and practical problem solving skills. Specific treatment goals for children, adolescents, adults, couples or families are developed collaboratively, beginning in the first session. Treatments focus on clarifying current struggles and identifying strengths and skills to make lasting improvements in the following areas: life stressors, work or school concerns, relationships, health, problematic behaviors, anger, or symptoms of anxiety, depression or another diagnosis. The ultimate goal of psychotherapy is fulfillment in daily life.
(239) 206-5372
Fort Myers, Florida 33912
Carol A Robinson, Counselor  in Fort Myers
“When life challenges create discomfort and pain, it is a signal that a change is necessary. Starting therapy is a positive step you can take to produce this change. As a therapist in a private counseling practice with 14 years of professional training and experience, I have accrued a wide variety of expertise. I work with individuals, couples, families and groups. The areas I counsel in are Relationships - couples and families, Chronic Illness - CFS and Fibromyalgia, Childhood and Adult ADHD, Anxiety, Life Transitions, Personal Growth Issues, Codependency and Psychoeducation. I counsel clients in a safe, respectful, supportive and caring manner.
(239) 206-1741
Fort Myers, Florida 33907
Maggie Nash Therapy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Fort Myers
“My professional background includes more than twenty years of private practice. After "curing" most of Washington D.C., except Congress, I have now opened a new practice in Fort Myers, my new hometown. My office is at the Center for Optimal Living, 12641 World Plaza Lane, Suite 56, Fort Myers, Florida 33907.
(202) 552-0730
Fort Myers, Florida 33907
Stacey Chadwick Brown, Counselor  in Fort Myers
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LMHC, NCC, CCBT, BCETS
“As a practical, interactive, solution-focused therapist, my treatment approach is to provide support with insight and feedback to help clients address current challenges and long-standing issues. With sensitivity and compassion, I help individuals bring resolution to a wide range of life challenges and psychological issues. With an integration of complimentary methods, I draw from a selection of styles and techniques to incorporate what is most helpful for each individual. Together with each client I work to build on strengths and achieve life goals. My office and my approach user friendly and informal for your comfort.
(239) 321-5648
Fort Myers, Florida 33901
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