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Therapists in Orlando

Andrea K Sheldon, Counselor  in Orlando
“I work with adults & seniors coping with life altering illness, mood and anxiety disorders, life transitions, recovery, grief and loss, relationship stressors, and alternative lifestyles. I am experienced serving those with medical issues, e.g. HIV/AIDS, breast cancer, MS and other neurological disorders, phobias and recovery from substance abuse. I also specialize in relationship counseling and LGBT issues. My goal is to help you connect with your inner wisdom and to help you resolve your issues in a compassionate and non judgemental way.
(407) 894-8894
Orlando, Florida 32803
Aida Dorsainville, Psychologist  in Orlando
“As a mental health professional who graduated from a doctoral program, I am skilled in dealing with a wide range of issues, from mood disorders such as depression and anxiety, to personality disorders. While my training and experience has mainly revolved around forensic issues such as sex offender assessment and treatment, I can help individuals facing various life-changing crises. I can effectively guide you along your journey to recovery or simply assist you in fulfilling your potential.
(954) 740-8418
Orlando, Florida 32803
Andrew Luchner, Psychologist  in Orlando
“Psychotherapy is a process that involves the difficult work of uncovering, freeing ourselves from patterns that have emerged over time as a result of attempts at coping that have not worked out the way that we had hoped. Although we don't want to repeat scenarios that have happened in the past, we are caught reliving feelings, thoughts, and experiences without an ability to create a different outcome, leaving us feeling stuck, frustrated and alone. By recognizing unwanted patterns that we are involved in, we have more options, more choices and more favorable outcomes.
(407) 513-4502
Orlando, Florida 32803
Daniel M Fisher  in Orlando
“I offer individual counseling as well as group psychotherapy dealing with issues ranging from deep depression and anxiety to improving relationships and communication. I also help individuals dealing with depression, anxiety, anger, and substance abuse issues to actively address their issues and improve their lives. In addition, I conduct weekend seminars and workshops on college entrance and career or vocational guidance. The stress and anxiety of making life transitions from childhood to adulthood can be daunting.
(321) 336-7006
Orlando, Florida 32803
Michael Blackston, Counselor  in Orlando
“I have a passion to help others find wholeness in all aspects of life. Through a relational, yet practical approach, I enjoy working with individuals and couples on a range of issues including relationship issues, gender identity, masculinity and femininity, trauma and sexual abuse recovery, depression, and anxiety. I also work with men dealing with sexual integrity issues and travel the country with New Life Ministries as a facilitator for the Every Man’s Battle workshops. In addition, I have been trained in EMDR, which treats past disturbing events or hurts that continue to impact a person’s functioning.
(407) 512-5789
Orlando, Florida 32817
Cheryl A Burke, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Orlando
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PsyD, LMHC
“I am a licensed mental health practitioner with a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology. Additionally, I am a certified Supreme Court Family Mediator. My areas of clinical specialization include treatment for depression, stress management/anxiety, family issues and relational issues, including divorce mediation in both Orange and Palm Beach counties. I also specialize in assisting clients in developing and maintaining healthy relationships-intimate, family and professional. Although my practice is located in Florida, I work with many professional clients via telephone and video conferencing. I practice with a Holistic approach, promoting wellness in body, mind and spirit using Cognitive/Behavioral techniques.
(407) 494-3800
Orlando, Florida 32803
Purvi B Gandhi, Psychologist  in Orlando
“Are you feeling "stuck" and not sure how to make things better? Psychotherapy can put you on a path for change and help you find the steps you need to take. I am a Licensed Psychologist, with over 10 years of experience in providing services to individuals, families, and groups. I strive to create a safe and supportive environment for each client. Through therapy, we will work together to help you gain insight into yourself and your situation and apply this knowledge in a practical and effective manner in your life.
(407) 809-4148
Orlando, Florida 32826
Stephanie Simms  in Orlando
“Do you struggle to be understood and to understand others? Do you appear, "together" on the surface but uncertain inside? Allow me to take the next step of your journey with you to overcome those challenges. Let's work together to help you become the confident person you deserve to be. Break the cycle of allowing the challenges of your past, to overshadow the present and dictate your future. Time to, "Get out of YOUR way and start living!"
(407) 901-5361
Orlando, Florida 32828
Cam McCarthy, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Orlando
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MPH, PhD, PA
“I offer a seasoned, professional outlook of over 25 years in private practice. Able to capture the gist of your situation fairly quickly , I will give you helpful feedback during our first visit. My background includes faculty positions at Michigan State University College of Human Medicine and California State University, Los Angeles. A former President of the Central Florida Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, I have a Master's Degree in Public Health and PhD in Counseling Psychology. My unique experiences in many diverse settings contribute greatly to seeing the overall picture and pointing you toward your options.
(407) 895-9700
Orlando, Florida 32803
Jane McDaniel, Counselor  in Orlando
“Life is a journey, at times beautiful. But sometimes we encounter a darkened forest and must find our way through it. At times, light is obscured, and we may believe the dawn will not arrive. Together we can overcome these challenges.
(407) 512-6373
Orlando, Florida 32828
Briana Lewis  in Orlando
“I received my Masters Degree in Social Work from The University of Central Florida and undergraduate degree in Social Work from Florida A&M University. I am currently a Registered Clinical Social Worker Intern in the State of Florida. Throughout my experience, I have worked in a diverse setting such as, inpatient and outpatient facilities, case management, institutional and in-home settings, as well as long term care. I have worked with various populations, including but not limited to adults, teens and children who have experienced mood disorders, psychotic disorders, in addition to others. I am knowledgeable in working
(407) 233-3324
Orlando, Florida 32803
Tony Christy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Orlando
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who earned my Master's Degree of Social Work from Columbia University in New York. Since graduating I have worked as both a case manager & therapist in numerous settings including homeless encampments, shelters, transitional housing, community mental health centers, and inpatient facilities. I have worked with adults experiencing substance use issues, thought disorders, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, including post traumatic stress, agoraphobia, and OCD. I have worked in collaboration with Psychiatrists, Psychologists and Primary Care Physicians in coordinating client care and has served as a client advocate in continuum of care decisions,
(407) 915-3561
Orlando, Florida 32803
David Tredinnick, Psychologist  in Orlando
“We are all challenged with different life struggles at various points in our lives. It is during these times that we feel most isolated, confused, or stuck. Making the decision to respond to the challenges in your life can be a difficult, while also a highly rewarding opportunity. In our work together, my primary goal is to provide a positive, authentic, and collaborative experience that allows for transformation, growth, and an enhanced sense of self. I use a variety of interventions and tailor treatment based on the goals and expectations of the client
(407) 901-3153
Orlando, Florida 32803
David Baker-Hargrove, Counselor  in Orlando
“My practice is focused in 5 areas: 1. General mental health concerns and wellness of the GLBT community. Including: coming out issues, self-acceptance, relationship issues, life coaching, and GLBT persons struggling with more severe conditions such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, or schizophrenia. 2. Mental Health Boot Camp(TM). An intensive life coaching program for anyone who is feeling "stuck". 3. PTSD. I specialize in combat-related stress, adult survivors of sexual abuse, and dissociative disorders. 4. Gender Reassignments. I have assisted 100+ people achieve successful transition. 5. Organizational Consulting for non-profits and small businesses.
(407) 674-0137
Orlando, Florida 32803
Your Bright Side, PLC, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Orlando
“My focus on the positive side of intervention. My for each parent who seeks help for their child is to leave feeling empowered to be back in charge of their own family's health and relationships. Collaboration with the child's family, school, and other intervening professionals is how consistent progress is made; all systems working together for a positive change. Parents and children can begin the process feeling accepted for where they are currently and leave feeling confident and excited to move forward.
(407) 915-3751
Orlando, Florida 32803
“I have been serving in the helping profession for over 16 years. Each person has unique set of life circumstances, which sometimes require additional assistance. As such I do not adhere to one therapeutic approach, rather I adapt my approach to best fit the needs of my clients. Some of my other specialties include depression, men's issues, bipolar disorder, family issues, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and Career Counseling.
(321) 622-9243
Orlando, Florida 32835
Rachel Blackston, Counselor  in Orlando
“I am passionate about building meaningful relationships with my clients as they heal and find freedom from past wounds, build deep connections and intimacy with others and discover their true gifts and talents. I enjoy working with women, couples and adolescents dealing with depression, anxiety and relationship issues with a special interest in helping women recover from sexual abuse and childhood traumas. In addition, I work with couples who are struggling in their relationship or desiring deeper intimacy. My counseling approach comes from a Christian perspective. However, I honor each clients unique story and spiritual journey.
(407) 247-1641
Orlando, Florida 32817
Suzanne Stanton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Orlando
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, QCSW, MSW
“Do you wonder why you can't be consistent with the things you say you want to accomplish? Why when you think you found the right person or job do you later learn that they just looked or seemed different but you are still not happy? When you want to change unwanted behaviors/situations in your life, I invite you to Try Counseling!
(407) 614-2061
Orlando, Florida 32835
Robert J Fennewald-Vélez, Counselor  in Orlando
“Anxiety, depression, marital/work problems, children, losses and trauma unfortunately are part of life. Quite often you may delay seeking counseling due to a variety of reasons; shame, fear, time, cultural values. You may seek help from non professionals only to delay finding an appropriate solution and emotional relief for you. In my twenty eight years of combined education and experience in the field, I can help.
(407) 392-1317
Orlando, Florida 32803
Jeanette B. Summers, Counselor  in Orlando
“Are you, or someone you love, having a difficult time? Struggling with an event(s), or feelings that you just cannot seem to shake? Need a safe, non-judgemental environment to work on an issue(s) that is weighing you down? Well, if you are ready, I can help. I specialize in working with children, individuals, families, and couples on various issues such as: Abuse, Addictions, Anxiety and Depression, Eating- Disorders, Grief, Infertility, LGBTQ, Trauma, Self- Improvement, and Womens' Issues.
(407) 341-0129
Orlando, Florida 32803
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