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Learning Disabilities Therapists in Orlando
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Raena Baptiste-Boles, Psychologist  in Orlando
“Making the decision to see a psychologist can often bring mixed emotions of fear, stress, and uncertainty.You are probably already confused about the source of your emotions, problems or response to life events. It doesn't mean you are a weak or a bad person. In fact, it can mean the opposite-that you are aware, engaged, and taking an active role in changing your life.Today you have made the first step.
Learning Disabilities
(407) 278-1789
Orlando, Florida 32804
H. Leveta Horne, Psychologist  in Orlando
“Dr. Horne provides complete neuropsychological evaluations & excels in differential diagnosis to properly identify, & therefore properly treat, often misdiagnosed disorders. These disorders frequently include ADHD, Autism, & learning disorders, various forms of dementia, & others. Dr. Horne enjoys working with patients & their families to identify areas of strength that can be used to improve areas of weakness. She works with patients & their families to understand the results of testing and build appropriate & effective treatment plans. Dr. Horne also provides baseline & continuing evaluations for individuals who require regular monitoring over time.
Learning Disabilities
(407) 288-8987
Orlando, Florida 32835
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.
Learning Disabilities
(407) 495-2198
Orlando, Florida 32819
Ivelisse Álvarez  in Orlando
“Are you feeling overwhelmed or stuck? Is your child or adolescent experiencing behavioral difficulties, academic failure, performance anxiety, mood swings, or is a victim of bullying? I specialize in CHILDREN, ADOLESCENTS, COLLEGE STUDENTS and families experiencing a wide variety of psychological, behavioral, academic, and relational problems. In a genuine, comfortable and supportive atmosphere, I help clients use their special unique qualities to find solutions to problems, enhance their relationships, build confidence, and develop a healthy sense of self. Are you ready to embrace a new time in your life? Call me, I will be honor to assist your family!
Learning Disabilities
(407) 901-3488
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Orlando, Florida 32817
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.
Learning Disabilities
(954) 740-8418
Orlando, Florida 32803
Tracy S Ramos, Counselor  in Orlando
“As a therapist, I feel it is important for a client to feel safe, understood, heard clearly, and validated. I believe when a client has increased awareness about self, relationships, and life, that is when positive changes occur. I believe each client has their own individual strengths inside them and it's a matter of helping the client bring them up to the surface and utilizing them to become or create The happiness and fulfillment that each human is capable of having in their lives.
Learning Disabilities
(407) 588-8363
Orlando, Florida 32835
Colleen Boucher, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Orlando
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“"Hello, and I welcome you! Do you have personal or relationship questions that you would like to discuss? I find great joy in helping people meet goals they have, whether those goals are very complex or less complicated, personal or relational. After 20 years of practice, I happily continue to watch people change their lives every week. I bring to you experience as well as current treatment research and techniques. Just several methods of practice include: Classical Psychotherapist, Certified EMDR Therapist, Cognitive Behavioral Therapist, Brief Treatment Therapist, Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, Family Systems; Individual, Couple and Family Therapist.
Learning Disabilities
(321) 978-0480
Orlando, Florida 32835
Meghan A Kiscaden, Counselor  in Orlando
“As a licensed mental health counselor, I look forward to the opportunity to be able to work together as a team to focus on your goals. I take a holistic approach focusing, not just on your symptoms, but also on your interests and strengths. This method of psychotherapy allows for the process of self discovery to begin. This process has been proven to not only improve emotional distress, but to build a better relationship with the self. When this relationship is strengthened, we can learn to make wiser decisions which will put us back on track with our goals.
Learning Disabilities
(407) 275-0745
Orlando, Florida 32828
Brittany A. B. Sted  in Orlando
“Growth often occurs through a series of changes. Whether you are experiencing difficulties with finding meaning, feeling overwhelmed by daily life, or struggling with a traumatic event, change is both possible and attainable. I offer counseling and consulting services catered to your unique and individual needs. I work with my clients to mindfully achieve a state of balance when life becomes disrupted and dissatisfying.
Learning Disabilities
(407) 701-8006
Orlando, Florida 32803
Total Life Counseling Center, Treatment Facility  in Orlando
“Jim has a unique way of connecting quickly with children, adolescents and young adults through recreation therapy, interactive games, play therapy and traditional therapies. His clients travel from Georgia, the Bahamas and all over the state of Florida. His Summer Camps (www.totallifecounseling.com/camps.htm) incorporate a Challenge Ropes Course and Horses and has helped students mature 1-2 years socially and emotionally, and increase confidence, compliance, and improved leadership skills. Jim is with Total Life Counseling Center and has been invited to provide consultation to several accreditation boards, private and public schools in the state of Florida.
Learning Disabilities
(407) 494-2520
Orlando, Florida 32835
Jennifer Holliday Jones, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Orlando
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MS, NCC, NCSC, IMT
“My focus in therapy is working individually & collectively with parents to form a more cohesive family whole. My experience has been that children progress faster and with longer lasting results if parents are involved in their treatment plan and know how to respond at home to foster growth.
Learning Disabilities
(407) 378-7538
Orlando, Florida 32803
Angels For Kids On-Call, Treatment Facility  in Orlando
“Mission The mission of Angels for Kids On-Call is to provide multicultural, bi-lingual, innovative interventions for all children and their families affected by mental illness, substance abuse disorders and developmental disabilities. Angels For Kids On-Call offers collaborative medical, behavioral, case management and psycho-educational services to identify and address all factors that influence health: physical, mental, social, environmental, and biochemical. Angels For Kids On-Call is a multidisciplinary behavioral health practice that offers multicultural bi-lingual behavioral, mental health and substance abuse services to the communities of the Central Florida.
Learning Disabilities
(407) 502-5365
Orlando, Florida 32819
Positive Behavioral Solutions, LLC, Treatment Facility  in Orlando
“We are an agency that provides quality mental health counseling, social services, career and life coaching to individuals and families. Our approach to counseling is solution focused, client centered, supportive and insight oriented and is for those seeking to make a positive change in their life. We are here to assist you with achieving positive outcomes whether it be in you personal life or professional life.
Learning Disabilities
(321) 806-2674
Orlando, Florida 32835
Bill Singer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Orlando
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, PsyD, LCSW, CAP, CCFC
“The professional you choose can make all the difference! Why see anyone but a Doctor of Clinical Psychology who doesn't just offer counseling but neurofeedback and coaching? When you come to my Orlando office you can expect to think more clearly, feel much better, and be able to enjoy life because of what you will receive from our time together. My clients often find that working with me can enhance how they feel and think which helps their relationships and can ease the challenges of their daily lives. I am here to help!. Call Me at (407) 490-2587
Learning Disabilities
(407) 490-2587
Orlando, Florida 32835
Faith Powers, Psychologist  in Orlando
“Seeking assistance is one of the bravest steps a person can take. People often reach out for help in periods of transition and when they feel their resources are not meeting the demands of their present life challenges. In making changes, it is just as important for people to identify the skills they do have as it is to develop new ones. Faith Powers, Psy.D. provides support to clients throughout the counseling process. Her primary therapeutic approach is cognitive-behavioral, which means a person’s thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are a significant focus of therapy.
Learning Disabilities
(407) 901-2080
Orlando, Florida 32819
M. Joanna Vilar, Psychologist  in Orlando
“I have been working in mental health since 2001. I specialize in various forms of psychological evaluation for both children and adults. For children this includes issues such as learning disabilities, AD/HD, Autistic Spectrum Disorders, and behavioral, mood or anxiety disorders. For adults this often includes evaluation to determine the correct diagnosis and therefore determine the most effective treatment plan . I also provide therapy services for individuals and families utilizing a variety of treatment approaches, choosing the most effective therapy techniques based on the needs of the client. I frequently treat issues related to depression, anxiety, and relationship concerns.
Learning Disabilities
(407) 901-3168
Orlando, Florida 32809
Pasadena Villa Residential Psychiatric Services, Treatment Facility  in Orlando
“Pasadena Villa is one of America's premier residential psychiatric treatment providers for adults with complex psychiatric disorders. As recognized visionaries in mental health treatment and transitional living services, we offer compassionate, comprehensive, individualized psychiatric and psychotherapeutic care. Using our internally developed Social Integration Model, we create a socially active treatment experience by immersing our residents in community activities, assisting them in achieving the highest levels of independent functioning. All Pasadena Villa facilities are proud to be Joint Commission Accredited.
Learning Disabilities
(877) 845-5235
Orlando, Florida 32803
Julia Esther Suereth  in Orlando
“Asking for help when you need it demonstrates great strength. It takes a lot of courage to face your problems. Once you have decided to get help, you have already taken a big step toward positive change. I help address issues such as: relational conflicts, marriage and couples issues (including pre-marital counseling), parenting concerns, depression, anxiety, and sexual abuse.
Learning Disabilities
(407) 749-1128
Orlando, Florida 32817
Syed O Quadri, Psychiatrist  in Orlando
“Syed O. Quadri, MD is an experienced psychiatrist who specializes in the treatment of child, adolescent, and adult behavioral and mental health treatment. Please click on www.psychpointe.com for more information. Patients appreciate the time, attention and expertise that Dr. Quadri provides each of his patients. Dr. Quadri had many years of experience working in Medicine, Surgery, Neuropsychiatry, General Psychiatry and Child & Adolescent Psychiatry. Dr. Quadri has been involved with clinical trials at University Of South Florida, Texas Tech University, John Hopkins University, and University of Arizona.
Learning Disabilities
(407) 270-7702
Orlando, Florida 32819
Kim 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.
Learning Disabilities
(321) 473-9797
Orlando, Florida 32835

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Learning Disabilities (Learning Disorders) Therapists
If you're looking for help for kids or children with learning disabilities in Orlando or for an Orlando learning disabilities Therapist, these Therapists provide help with child learning Therapist and child education. They can help with developmental disabilities, disabilities students, Orlando learning disorders and learning difficulties. Additionally they work with nonverbal learning disability, cognitive disability and reading difficulties in Orlando.

These Therapists can help adults with learning disabilities as well as adolescents and children with learning disabilities. They can make referrals to learning disabilities schools near Orlando, provide learning disabilities strategies and recommend learning support groups.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Orlando have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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