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Domestic Violence Therapists in Fort Pierce

Robert Medina, Counselor  in Fort Pierce
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LMHC, CAP, Certifi, Domesti, V
“I have the advantage and privilege of helping people in Spanish and English languages. Consejeria en Espanol. My specialties are: Couples/marriage Counseling- Substance abuse Counseling- Domestic violence/Post traumatic Stress D. therapy. Hypnosis- I have also experience with child modification behavioral problems.
Domestic Violence
(813) 416-5458
Office is near:
Fort Pierce, Florida 34945
Sandra M Alicea, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Fort Pierce
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Relationships are hard work. Are you having trouble expressing your needs to your significant other? Do you find yourself giving in, not setting boundaries with others? Do you have trouble with intimacy? Maybe you are on the brink of separation or divorce and need some help sorting things out. I'm Sandy and I am passionate about helping couples improve their relationship, communicate better, and learn how to express their needs to each other. I also enjoy working with individuals who are seeking to rediscover their true self emotionally, physically, and sexually.
Domestic Violence
(772) 266-7858
Office is near:
Fort Pierce, Florida 34982
The Shores Recovery, Treatment Facility  in Fort Pierce
“We provide an intimate atmosphere where caseloads never exceed 6 clients per therapist. We also have a family-like environment with luxurious beach-front housing. The philosophy of Shores Treatment and Recovery Services is based upon the theory that addiction to alcohol and other substances is a three-fold disease: physical, spiritual and psychological. We believe that the recovery process involves the recovery of the physical, spiritual and psychological aspects of the affected persons' lives. We also realize that healing can be a very difficult and painful process - much the same as recovery from any other illness. We believe that every person deserves to be treated with dignity and respect. We believe that each person deserves to be treated as an individual, NOT as a number, a diagnosis, or a billable item. The mission of Shores Treatment and Recovery Services, LLC is to provide a safe, nurturing and loving environment for our clients to heal from addiction.
Domestic Violence
(772) 879-5554
Fort Pierce, Florida 34949
The Shores Recovery, Treatment Facility  in Fort Pierce
“We provide an intimate atmosphere where caseloads never exceed 6 clients per therapist. We also have a family-like environment with luxurious beach-front housing. The philosophy of Shores Treatment and Recovery Services is based upon the theory that addiction to alcohol and other substances is a three-fold disease: physical, spiritual and psychological. We believe that the recovery process involves the recovery of the physical, spiritual and psychological aspects of the affected persons' lives. We also realize that healing can be a very difficult and painful process - much the same as recovery from any other illness. We believe that every person deserves to be treated with dignity and respect. We believe that each person deserves to be treated as an individual, NOT as a number, a diagnosis, or a billable item. The mission of Shores Treatment and Recovery Services, LLC is to provide a safe, nurturing and loving environment for our clients to heal from addiction.
Domestic Violence
(772) 879-5546
Fort Pierce, Florida 34949
The Shores Recovery, Treatment Facility  in Fort Pierce
“We help facilitate the early stages of physical symptoms of withdrawal, to the process of early recovery and on to sustaining recovery and relapse prevention. From our beautiful location in Port St. Lucie, Florida, guests can enjoy beaches, rivers, baseball games, and many other amenities on their journey to health and wholeness. Our luxurious Florida rehab center focuses on alcohol and drug addiction. We are a traditional 12-step rehab center so you leave our rehab center with all the skills to stay sober.
Domestic Violence
(201) 877-5623
Fort Pierce, Florida 34949
Debbie Hoeffner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Fort Pierce
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“It takes great courage and strength to ask for help. After taking that initial step, it's so important to have a sense of safety, trust, and comfort with the therapist you will be working with.
Domestic Violence
(772) 672-3254
Fort Pierce, Florida 34982
Center for Mood Disorders LLC, Counselor  in Fort Pierce
“My goal is to provide real relief and alleviate emotional distress using intensive brief therapies for Bipolar and Mood Disorders, Anxiety, Trauma, Grief, Psychosis, Phobias, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders, ADHD, and Interpersonal Conflict. I offer a comfortable and nurturing environment, tailor specific treatment goals to each individual client's needs, and utilize complimentary natural solutions to help the mind and body in recovery. Individual and family psychotherapy treatment focus includes: Bipolar Disorder, Depression, Anxiety, Trauma - Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Multicultural Counseling, Intensive two week outpatient programs are also offered for clients and families in crisis.
Domestic Violence
(772) 617-4468
Office is near:
Fort Pierce, Florida 34982
Sandra Jaffe Colvett, Psychiatric Nurse  in Fort Pierce
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, EdD, ARNP, CNS-BC, CAP, SAP
“My private practice is incorporated in the name of Namaste One that means "I honor the Spirit in you which is also in me." This is a way of saying "I recognize that we are all equal." The ability to impart Hope to individuals who have the courage to seek treatment has been the greatest gift I have received from over 30 years experience as a board certified psychotherapist, clinical nurse specialist in psychiatry and addictions professional. I work in collaboration with each patient to help bring positive changes and a greater sense of meaning in their life.
Domestic Violence
(772) 202-2923
Office is near:
Fort Pierce, Florida 34951
Dr. Whitney Guidebeck Legler, Psychologist  in Fort Pierce
“Life can be hard. Which isn't to say life can't be good. But, sometimes, life can be the kind of hard your parents told you it would be. The kind of hard that can be difficult to manage alone. Have you ever found yourself feeling the need to make changes in your life? You're not alone. Most of us seek change, whether it be during difficult periods or whether we are simply looking for personal growth. Therapy is a way to change your life, forever. Feel free to contact me with any questions you may have. I can help.
Domestic Violence
(772) 236-0739
Office is near:
Fort Pierce, Florida 34949
Awareness Counseling Center of the Indian River, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Fort Pierce
“Break free from your past negative experiences or outdated habits and thoughts. Why suffer with worry, sleep problems, fears, grief, eating problems, feeling worthless, depression, addictions, or embarrassment over your sexual preferences? There is no shame in any feeling or thought. Through therapy you can grow beyond labels that were pinned on you. Reclaim your birthright of happiness as you learn that your core emotions and thoughts are confirmed and that it's healthy to express them. Rewrite your life story starting now.
Domestic Violence
(772) 245-6919
Office is near:
Fort Pierce, Florida 34982
Life Without Limits Counseling, Pastoral Counselor  in Fort Pierce
“My name is Nathalita Beech; I am a Marriage and Family Counselor. I have been in the field of counseling for 12 years. My personal Motto states, "Helping other is what I do BEST!" I majored in Behavioral Counseling, simple because I do believe as people, we are courageous and resilient, which enables us to overcome and learn from negative experiences. Our behaviors primarily affects our views and outlook on life; self-perceptions, relationship choices, social influence/circles, setting goals, achievements, and acknowledging accountability and responsibilities. Positive behavioral management is a key factor in our successes and endeavors.
Domestic Violence
(772) 209-3569
Office is near:
Fort Pierce, Florida 34952
Karen L. Ambrum, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Fort Pierce
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, BCPC
“When life becomes an unpleasant journey and your world becomes a dark and dangerous place, I can help you find a way out. I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. I am also a Transpersonal Hypnotherapist. I believe my diversified life experiences allow me to relate to the struggles of my clients without being judgmental. Even if you suffer deeply, I believe, I can help you find your way back to the light within.
Domestic Violence
(772) 245-6956
Office is near:
Fort Pierce, Florida 34945
Kris Parker, Counselor  in Fort Pierce
“Feelings of depression and anxiety can be overwhelming and even quite painful. It is not always possible to "just shake it off". My clients are every day people who find themselves indulging "what if" questions all night when all they really want to do is get a good night of sleep. I have dedicated my career to helping people overcome challenges. I take great caring and respect of individuality to tailor my therapeutic approach for each person's highly individualized needs. Philosopher, Aristotle, once said: "Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom...and inner peace".
Domestic Violence
(772) 200-2869
Office is near:
Fort Pierce, Florida 34982
Mark S Sears, Counselor  in Fort Pierce
“The beginning of change in our lives starts by talking about it. Everyone struggles with something at sometime in their life. Often we just need to express ourselves to someone who is focused on listening and can acknowledge our feelings. Sometimes we need more. Regardless of your current situation, therapy can help. You are not "weak" when you ask for help. No one can go through life alone and without deep relationships with others. Improve your quality of life and find joy in living again.When we share what we are experiencing with someone who cares, our burden is lighter.
Domestic Violence
(407) 456-8017
Office is near:
Fort Pierce, Florida 34945
Sandra Shuleshko, Counselor  in Fort Pierce
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LMHC, CAP, SAP, SAE, NCC
“I believe each of us has what it takes to meet life's challenges. I enjoy helping people find ways to cope with stress, anxiety, or depression, resolve relationship conflicts and improve the ability to communicate with each other, learn how to manage anger, and increase self-esteem. I offer a solution-oriented, no blame approach along with providing insight into the beliefs and life experiences that may be affecting you, preventing personal growth. I utilize a variety of therapeutic techniques including cognitive-behavioral, psychodrama, hypnosis and EMDR. I work well with individuals and couples, including families.
Domestic Violence
(772) 245-6970
Office is near:
Fort Pierce, Florida 34950
Thomas B Unsworth LMHC M.S., P.A., Counselor  in Fort Pierce
“Depression, Anxiety and Anger. These are painful feelings to live with. Over time you develop a sense of helplessness and hopelessness and have difficulty concentrating, become irritable, isolated, and feel misunderstood. You worry a lot and often feel overwhelmed. Relationship with your significant other is strained and you alienate family and friends. Often your work performance is affected and your health is impacted. Some times these feelings are situational but many times they are based on repeating patterns that you have developed over your life that are not serving you well in the present.
Domestic Violence
(561) 287-6007
Office is near:
Fort Pierce, Florida 34982
Elevation Recovery, Treatment Facility  in Fort Pierce
“We are a Christ-centered, outpatient, drug & alcohol treatment program. Our staff of pastors, counselors & teachers are dedicated to helping people impacted by addiction find not only sobriety, but also to experience the truly abundant and full life promised by Jesus Christ. We do this through clinical Christian counseling, pastor led spiritual life development, group therapy sessions and creative modes such as art and equine therapy.
Domestic Violence
(561) 701-8172
We serve:
Fort Pierce, Florida 34945
Janet Santiago, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Fort Pierce
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Domestic Violence
(772) 617-4572
Office is near:
Fort Pierce, Florida 34950
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Beachside Rehab, Treatment Facility  in Fort Pierce
“We are a private substance abuse, and dual diagnosis treatment center. We are located on the beach and provide individualized treatment plans for our clients. Our staff is highly trained to treat addiction and dual diagnosis. We also implement recovery enriching activities in our program such as, sunrise yoga, beach meditation, personal fitness, massages, chiropractor services and much more.
(772) 266-7749
Fort Pierce, Florida 34949
Yvette Elizabeth Mobley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Fort Pierce
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BAT
“My primary focus as a psychotherapist is to provide counseling for individuals (children, adolescents, adults) and families. Regardless of where you are at in your journey, it is my goal to help you find balance, understanding, growth and healing. The journey of life has it's ups and down's and I'd be honored to come alongside you to help with the issues, concerns, difficulties and hurts you are having in your life or that of your child's.
(772) 413-0069
Fort Pierce, Florida 34982
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Domestic Violence Therapists
If you're looking for help with domestic violence in Fort Pierce or for a Fort Pierce 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 Fort Pierce. 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 Fort Pierce, 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 Fort Pierce have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Fort Pierce you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Fort Pierce and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Fort Pierce or family therapy in Fort Pierce.