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Therapists in Fort Walton Beach

Elizabeth Pixley, Counselor  in Fort Walton Beach
“I have been part of the NWF Panhandle community since 1988. As a result, much of my work has been with people struggling with the anxiety and depression brought on by adjusting to everyday changes, including military life and sudden, unforeseen weather disasters. I work with couples trying to navigate through communication problems, parents raising young adolescents and teenagers leaving the nest. As an Army "Brat" and an (Ret.) Air Force Wife, I have a personal understanding of the difficulties this population faces.
(850) 764-0229
Fort Walton Beach, Florida 32548
Taylor Ferguson  in Fort Walton Beach
“There is always hope for change and healing. Often, changing the way we feel and behave begins with changing the way we think. I believe in equipping and empowering individuals, couples, and families with the necessary skills and increased awareness in order to make positive changes now and to be prepared for life's challenges to come. Through trials, we can grow and gain strength. Life is often painful, challenging, disappointing, and unjust. The good news is that the power to change, endure, and heal often lies within us or is right within our grasp.
(850) 547-6075
Fort Walton Beach, Florida 32548
Deanna Hickenbotham, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Fort Walton Beach
“I am pleased to provide services to individuals, families and couples for difficulties with depression, anxiety, trauma, and interpersonal issues.
(850) 583-2675
Fort Walton Beach, Florida 32547
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD
“Dr. Glyn Brown is a clinical member of The American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, and serves on the Board of Directors for the Florida Association for Infant Mental Health. She earned her Ph.D. in Child and Family Development from Auburn University, her Master's in Counseling Psychology from the University of Southern Mississippi, and her undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of Alabama. Concurrent with her private practice, Dr. Brown served the University of North Carolina-Greensboro for two decades as an early education specialist, providing consulting to schools and state education departments throughout the Southeast.
(850) 564-7838
Fort Walton Beach, Florida 32548
Brooke L Harrison, Counselor  in Fort Walton Beach
“Welcome, I have noticed often individuals accept a negative emotion or harmful habit as a permanent part of their lives when change is not only possible but attainable. I can assist you to refine your goals into achievable steps and start on your journey towards change. Your goal may be feeling happier in one month or it could be for your child to display improved focus and listening skills. Regardless of the support you are looking for, let us partner together to make pivotal transitions in your life.
(850) 308-5046
Fort Walton Beach, Florida 32547
Kathryn D Antolin  in Fort Walton Beach
“Over the past 8 years, I have worked with families, couples, and individuals of all ages who sought help to tackle the difficulties in their lives. By working together, most of my clients have found the direction in life that they prefer and desire for themselves. I believe in every individual's ability to live the lives they see for themselves and I believe that couples and families can overcome difficulties, heal pain, and successfully navigate through their relationships. With my help, we can travel through a therapeutic journey of discovery, healing, and solutions and work towards that life you desire.
(850) 846-6616
Fort Walton Beach, Florida 32548
“When the changes and battles of life become overwhelming, families don't have to go it alone. Alliance Counseling specializes in helping people through the rough patches, with a strong emphasis and understanding of what families face. The group of six licensed mental health counselors, two licensed clinical social workers and one Master's level counselor assist clients with the tools necessary to cope with the challenges of life, helping people move through an accelerated world around them.
(850) 677-0581
Fort Walton Beach, Florida 32547
Sharron Linn Traweek, Counselor  in Fort Walton Beach
“Everyone deserves to live a happy and fulfilled life. Unfortunately, achieving this may be difficult and challenging at times. I am available to assist you along your desired life course. Weekend appointments available.
(850) 696-7098
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Fort Walton Beach, Florida 32548
Twelve Oaks Drug and Alcohol Center, Treatment Facility  in Fort Walton Beach
“Twelve Oaks Treatment Center has been providing alcohol and drug addiction treatment for well over 30 years. Trusted and highly regarded by therapists and doctors as one of Florida's top rehab centers, we offer varied levels of care according to patient needs, and provide the most advanced treatment available for substance abuse. For out of area clients, travel may be included.
(850) 665-2659
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Fort Walton Beach, Florida 32547
Martha L Van Dam  in Fort Walton Beach
“Many times in life we find ourselves in painful places we never dreamed we'd be. As an adult woman with three children, ages 1, 7 and 9, I found myself in one of those places. With good counsel, I was able to not only survive, but thrive and, over time was able to heal and see beyond the pain of the past to enjoy the beauty of the present and look forward to the wonder of the future. It's been nearly 20 years, but I still remember what it felt like to walk into the counselor's office on that first day.
(850) 634-3887
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Fort Walton Beach, Florida 32548
Behavior Changes, LLC,   in Fort Walton Beach
“Behavior Changes, LLC is a new provider of applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy for children and young adults on the autism spectrum. It was founded with the goal of providing the highest quality ABA services available in the Florida Panhandle and Northeast Alabama. We provide in-home, one-on-one ABA therapy and school consultation. Our BCBA-D, BCBA, and masters degree behavioral therapists all have extensive coursework in applied behavior analysis. Behavior Changes currently accepts reimbursement through Tricare, Blue Cross, and private pay. We will soon accept reimbursement through other insurance providers, including Aetna and Medicaid.
(850) 270-0640
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Fort Walton Beach, Florida 32547
Regina Bright, Counselor  in Fort Walton Beach
“I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Board Certified Sex Therapist who provides individual, group, couples, and family therapy. If you have the courage to take the first step, then you have the courage to succeed. I am also a Clinical Supervisor, Certified Florida Supreme Court Family Mediator, and Parent Coordinator.
(850) 226-6430
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Fort Walton Beach, Florida 32548
Bayshore Retreat, Treatment Facility  in Fort Walton Beach
“Bayshore Retreat proves that SMALL is BETTER. We're a residential/in patient drug and alcohol rehab facility limited to 6 beds. It's home-like environment in a beautiful house on the bay. We offer individual counseling, group, family, and life skills counseling. In addition to dry sauna therapy, gym membership, a weekly massage, yoga, dietary and career counseling, we also ensure that our clients have real world activities such as fishing, movies and dining out. Some would say that our clients are pampered, we say they're rewarded for choosing to turn their life around and given a good foundation for success.Fees are based on a minimum of 30 days and are adjusted accordingly should the client need longer. Experience and help with legal issues. 24 hour care, Call today to speak with us directly, not a salesperson. 850-687-6831
(850) 260-0859
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Fort Walton Beach, Florida 32547
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LMHC, CAP, C, C, BT
“A woman age 42 is stressed due to her husband's drinking. They have been married for 15 years. His drinking has increased and he has become verbally abusive. He has been coming home from work later and later.Their children ages 11 and 13 are no longer having friends visit. Her father was an alcoholic. She is a registered nurse and has become the "breadwinner" of their family. Admitted feeling resentful but also guilty. Admitted no explanation for her guilt but "feels" responsible for his drinking. She reported sleep disturbance, high blood pressure, loss of weight.
(850) 865-8541
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Fort Walton Beach, Florida 32548
Sandra L Adams, Psychologist  in Fort Walton Beach
“Do you find yourself being unable to fully realize your goals or potential becasuse of fears, depression or anxiety? Does your past keep you from being able to live a happy, well-adjusted life? Are you unhappy with your marriage or another significant relationship? Are you concerned about the behavior of a teenaged child? If so, you or your loved ones may benefit tremendously from psychotherapy with a caring, exerienced, knowlegable psychotherapist. I believe I have the necessary compassion, skills, and experience to help. I offer excellent listening skills and emperically-based solutions from a primarily cognitive-behavioral treatment approach.
(770) 450-5050
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Fort Walton Beach, Florida 32547
Melanie Murray Alexander, Counselor  in Fort Walton Beach
“I provide professional, confidential assessment and psychotherapy services to teenagers and adults. I have experience treating a variety of problems, but am especially interested in working with those who struggle with addictive/compulsive behaviors, anxiety and depression, grief, mood swings, anger problems, and self-destructive patterns. I also enjoy working with those who are dealing with challenges that life can present, such as job loss, work and relationship stress, family conflict, divorce, military service and deployments, and adjusting to new stages of life.
(850) 290-5498
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Fort Walton Beach, Florida 32547
Melanie Cassulo, Counselor  in Fort Walton Beach
“Is life unpredictable and chaotic? Are you depressed or anxious, lost interest in doing things that have been important to you, sometimes feel like you've lost yourself? Do you sometimes use alcohol or other substances so you don't feel? Let's work together to change course.
(850) 213-1969
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Fort Walton Beach, Florida 32548
David M Zimmerman, Counselor  in Fort Walton Beach
“"It isn't what happens to you that is important, it is how you handle those challenges that makes the difference." ......... My goal is to provide results-oriented mental health and life skills counseling that is affordable and accessible to all. Since 2009, I have been providing diagnostic and counseling services for various mental health challenges including PTSD, relationships, stage of life issues, children, education, and addiction. ............ Optimism and empowerment are the guiding principals of my work. I truly have faith that anyone can change and create the life they have always wanted.
(850) 424-1844
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Fort Walton Beach, Florida 32547
Jennifer Clauson MSW PA, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Fort Walton Beach
“I have worked in the mental health field for over 30 years and have worked with a wide range of mental health problems. I enjoy working with children, adolescents, and adults. I am also interested in helping individuals who are in a caretaker role for a family member.
(850) 659-6192
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Fort Walton Beach, Florida 32547
Shelley Gage, Counselor  in Fort Walton Beach
“There are a lot of misconceptions about mental health therapy. Therapy is not "punishment" for bad behavior. It's an opportunity to find out things about yourself and make changes or improvements. Sometimes it's a safe place to express anger or fears.
(850) 677-0590
Office is near:
Fort Walton Beach, Florida 32547

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