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Therapists in Orlando

Kristjan Olafsson, Psychologist  in Orlando
“I am currently in my tenth year of providing neuropsychological assessment services throughout the state of Florida. I accept referrals from many physicians and case managers. However, often, family members concerned about the functioning of parents with memory issues, other family members with brain injuries, or children with learning and/or behavioral difficulties contact me directly to arrange an evaluation. Once an evaluation is completed, interventions are implemented to facilitate improved functioning. Fortunately, many insurance carriers including Medicare will pay for the services.
(407) 495-2198
Orlando, Florida 32819
Tanya Alvarado, Counselor  in Orlando
“"Ruin is a gift. Ruin is the road to transformation". - Elizabeth Gilbert. Whether you are in a place of "ruin" or "on the road", both share the commonality that you desire change in your life. Taking the first step in your path to healing is courageous and rewarding. I help my clients transition from brokenness to healing and wellness by improving self-awareness, gaining new skills and improving self-talk. My therapeutic approach is eclectic which incorporates different methods to meet your individual needs. My counseling style is warm, compassionate and empathetic. It's my goal that you feel validated and encouraged.
(407) 269-8707
Orlando, Florida 32828
Tim Lloyd, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Orlando
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT, BCBA, CAP
“Dr. Tim Lloyd offers experience and compassion as a counselor, family therapist mediator and life coach. Life can be stressful and you may not always be sure of yourself. The right counselor can make a difference and help you find your way through life's transitions. Dr. Lloyd's experience as a therapist spans over 20 years and he offers a solution-focused approach with an emphasis on self-discovery and personal growth.
(407) 278-5420
Orlando, Florida 32812
Kim C. Murphy, Counselor  in Orlando
“If you're searching this site, you're probably at your wit's end or near it. Perhaps your family and friends are tired of hearing about your worries. Maybe they really don't know how to help you-although they have tried, with mixed results and (for the most part) the best of intentions. I can provide you or your child with the guidance and support you need to get your life back on track OR help you to change course to the track you're ready to travel.
(321) 473-9797
Orlando, Florida 32835
Cynthia Knowles, Counselor  in Orlando
“I have a passion for people to grow and mature through difficult life situations. I served in the United States Air Force for 12 years, which included serving in Desert Shield and Desert Storm. Coupled with the unique perspective that comes from having served for 12 years in active military service, my relaxed relational approach to counseling provides a safe atmosphere for moving effectively through struggles and wounds to understanding and healing. I am married with twin daughters. My personal and professional experiences have guided my career in mental health counseling.
(407) 641-2826
Orlando, Florida 32805
Celine Passeri, Psychologist  in Orlando
“Dr. Celine Passeri is a Licensed Psychologist who graduated from Nova Southeastern University with a doctorate degree in clinical psychology. She conducts individual, family, and couple psychotherapy with adults, children, and adolescents struggling with anxiety, depression, and eating disorders. Positive self-esteem, body satisfaction, assertive communication skills, and the use of healthy coping strategies are thoroughly explored in session to foster short and long-term treatment success. Dr. Passeri focuses on helping clients understand and overcome their current symptoms by addressing the underlying issues maintaining their psychological distress.
(407) 434-9133
Orlando, Florida 32819
Gregory S Meek, Counselor  in Orlando
“Counseling is a process of change. I believe counseling is about making postive changes in ourselves, our relationships, and the way we view our world. My approach to facilitating this change is decidedly strengths based, person-centered, and collaborative. I work with clients to support their current needs while challenging them to change the way they understand themselves and think about their lives. As your counselor, I will be interested in knowing what you want to change about your life. Your desire for change will be the basis of our goals for our work together.
(407) 490-2904
Orlando, Florida 32814
Andrew Luchner, Psychologist  in Orlando
“I believe all people are capable of meaningful growth, change, and healing. I am committed to collaboratively facilitating a deep understanding of you as a person in order to help you gain new ways of understanding yourself, including recognizing and understanding unwanted patterns in your life that contribute to struggles and suffering as well as discovering and implementing new ways of engaging in the world. I believe with increased insight and awareness, you can uncover and free yourself from automatic unwanted thoughts, feelings, and behaviors and create more positive, fulfilling experiences for yourself and your relationships with others.
(407) 513-4502
Orlando, Florida 32803
Priscilla McGuire, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Orlando
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Engaging in therapy can be an extremely rewarding experience. Whether in a crisis, feeling anxious, worried, extremely sad, or struggling with life's daily challenges, counseling will benefit most anyone who is willing to actively and openly participate. I aim to create a safe, honest environment where clients feel heard, understood and can begin the process of healing. With the belief that clients have the inner strength to persevere and grow, I use a client-centered approach to treatment. Continuously working to build trust and offer insight, I help clients to meet their goals one step at a time.
(321) 710-0153
Orlando, Florida 32803
Suzanne Stanton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Orlando
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, QCSW, MSW
“Are you finding that the same issues keep coming up in your life even though you changed jobs or relationship partners or moved? 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? Do you wonder why you can't be consistent with the things you say you want to accomplish? Are you ready to learn the inner beliefs that are likely driving your decisions and patterns? I invite you to Try Counseling!
(407) 491-4446
Orlando, Florida 32835
John F Robertson, Psychologist  in Orlando
“One of my favorite authors, Walt Whitman expresses the essence of my approach " What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared with what lies within us". I believe that individuals, couples or families have the amazing capability of growing, healing and becoming more than anyone can predict because of that which is within us. Counseling and therapy is designed to guide and assist in this process. My approach is very interactional with the client always in control. I utilize evidence based methods based on a wholistic assessment .
(407) 901-2239
Orlando, Florida 32810
Lindsey Coates  in Orlando
“If I had to use one word to describe my approach to counseling, it would be "creative". I believe we are unique as human beings and no one can be reduced to a formula or checklist. Abuse, addiction, anxiety, and depression are hard battles to fight, but I don't believe anyone is hopeless. I have worked with men and women who come from many different backgrounds and am passionate about helping them find hope, healing, and redemption. We all have a story, and no one's story is boring.
(901) 425-1023
Orlando, Florida 32817
Connie Branham, Counselor  in Orlando
“It's true! If you're not taking care of yourself you can't have healthy relationships or model those for your children. If you find that you are depressed, anxious, underperforming, or in serial relationships, remember "As a man thinketh, so is he." Let's get your thoughts lined up with what you want, rather than dwelling on what you don't want and break the patterns that are making you miserable! We are a casual, small office. The clients I see are rarely "crazy"--they are simply stuck and need a little help moving forward.
(407) 760-5175
Orlando, Florida 32803
Ashley MacClary, Counselor  in Orlando
“I am Licensed Mental Health Counselor and I offer counseling to individuals and families struggling with self-esteem, depression, anxiety, relationship issues, and different life stressors. I am fully committed to my clients' success and growth. It is my belief that the therapeutic relationship is a crucial element to therapy. I strive to facilitate an environment that is trusting, inviting, safe, nonjudgmental, and professional. I focus on serving, adults, adolescents, and families through individual and family therapy. I have experience working with trauma, addictions, and at risk youth. I specialize in working with adolescents and young adults.
(407) 269-8846
Orlando, Florida 32835
Jessica Carmean  in Orlando
“I am a Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern (IMH11932) working with children, teens, and adults in order to achieve positive perspectives and outcomes. Everyone faces difficult and sometimes overwhelming circumstances in their lives, but you never have to face them alone. Together we will build upon your unique strengths, resilient spirit and courage to take that first step in the healing journey. I strive to provide a safe and comfortable environment for my clients to express themselves without fear of judgment. There is a holistic aspect to my counseling approach which incorporates body, mind, and spirit.
(904) 263-4031
Orlando, Florida 32819
Yolanda Brailey, Counselor  in Orlando
“Do you feel stuck? Is there a sense of unrealized purpose in your life? Is there a general feeling of unhappiness? Do you need someone to help explore your options? My experience includes helping clients with various topics such as couples and marriage counseling, anxiety, depression, communication issues, stress management, relationship and family issues, self-esteem, loss and grief. I provide a safe, supportive counseling environment free of judgment where clients are invited to openly discuss concerns and learn more about themselves in order to become empowered, gain insight and resolve past issues, while learning the skills necessary to create a fulfilling life.
(407) 443-8862
Orlando, Florida 32835
Gregory Walker, Counselor  in Orlando
“I am dedicated to helping you overcome life's issues such as depression, anxiety or a history of trauma/abuse, emotional distress, relationship problems, difficult life-stage transitions, and struggles with substance abuse. I recognize the importance of your unique history as you encounter your personal challenges. Furthermore, I believe that therapy does not have to be an experience of reliving your pain and struggles. In fact, my clients appreciate being in a safe, respectful and warm setting where laughter is seen as a critical part of the healing process.
(407) 641-3393
Orlando, Florida 32835
Giovanna M De Leon, Counselor  in Orlando
“I provide counseling services to children, adolescents, adults and the elderly. Through the years, I have assisted many individuals with different backgrounds. I believe in personal growth through unconditional positive regard. I use a wide variety of treatment modalities and therapeutic interventions to help the individual overcome their issues effectively. Every life journey is different. Therefore, as a therapist I start where you are in your journey.
(407) 501-8432
Orlando, Florida 32807
Heather A Oller, Counselor  in Orlando
“Thank you for viewing my profile and taking the first step towards feeing better. I have over 14 years of experience in the mental health field and use a variety of modalities to treat different issues. I have had success helping individuals with anxiety, panic, depression, self-esteem, career counseling, divorce, grief, adjustments to change or major life events, and relationship issues. I work with individuals, couples, and families in a comfortable, private office setting near downtown Orlando.
(407) 641-3861
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
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