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Chronic Pain Therapists in Orlando
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Stefanie D Lindlau, Counselor  in Orlando
“Do you feel like your life has no meaning? Are you just "going through the motions"? Have you given up on your dreams? Is pain preventing you from living your life? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you don't have to keep suffering. We can help! The Meaningful Life Center helps people just like you develop the meaningful and fulfilling lives they deserve.
Chronic Pain
(407) 392-1814
Office is near:
Orlando, Florida 32825
GroupWorks, Psychologist  in Orlando
“You have been struggling with depression, anxiety, chronic pain or insomnia that has sucked the satisfaction from your life, and you want treatment that works. GroupWorks is a psychology practice that specializes in providing only those treatments that have been shown to be effective by numerous psychology research studies (i.e. evidence-based treatment).
Chronic Pain
(321) 684-7769
Orlando, Florida 32819
Darlene Treese, Counselor  in Orlando
“Are you suffering from DEPRESSION, ANXIETY, ANGER or ADDICTIONS? Is it interfering with your relationships and quality of life? High achievers know that the Sub-conscious mind holds negative thoughts that sabotage positive changes. Let's eliminate these roadblocks so everything works for you and nothing works against you. Hypnosis - approved by the AMA in 1958 - is effective for Anxiety, Depression, Pain, Migraines, IBS, Weight, Negative habits and Stress Management. My treatments are effective to overcome fears/phobias and improve self confidence, health and well-being. Let me help you become more focused, relaxed, healthy and successful!
Chronic Pain
(407) 278-1598
Orlando, Florida 32835
Lisa Marie Beilman, Counselor  in Orlando
“Are you in a place in your life where what used to work no longer works? Are your relationships struggling? I can help. I work with clients to become more self-aware, improve communication skills, and have an overall sense of increased well-being. I specialize in couples and adult counseling. I believe the most important factor in counseling is to provide an environment that is safe, confidential, and free of judgment to begin exploring, expressing, and making positive changes in your life.
Chronic Pain
(407) 340-5312
Orlando, Florida 32819
Destin Recovery Addiction Treatment Center, Treatment Facility  in Orlando
“Dr. Roland Reeves, MD and his medical team at Destin Recovery use evidence-based medicine and treat addiction as a chronic disease. We treat the disease of addiction and substance abuse with the same rigorous methodology as you would treat diabetes, heart disease or depression. Your treatment involves the latest science that combines medical therapy and private, one-on-one counseling. This complex disease involves changes in the structure and function of the brain. Your treatment will involve the mind, body, and soul. This requires not only therapists and peer groups, but the ongoing involvement of a physician. Dr. Reeves, MD, is committed to helping individuals RECOVER. Destin Recovery offers real treatment to people with drug and alcohol addiction problems though the various transitional stages of recovery and moves them towards being a self-managed individual in control of their own life. Our Rehabilitation Center's evidence-based medical approach to recovery incorporates a variety of treatment programs that ultimately focus on learning or regaining life skills that enable long-term recovery and prevent relapse.
Chronic Pain
(850) 696-0206
We serve:
Orlando, Florida 32828
Laura Silvestre, Counselor  in Orlando
“How we relate to others often determines our actions and reactions. It is our relationships, both past and present, that determine our quality of life, mood and success, in a word, who we are. When we feel that our relationships are lacking, we can often feel alone, misunderstood, dissatisfied or just angry. In the right therapeutic environment, one can feel safe enough to explore what is contributing to our current state of unhappiness. It is through open and mutual authentic dialogue that we are able to explore our identity and communicate in a more direct and genuine manner.
Chronic Pain
(407) 326-2236
Orlando, Florida 32803
“Awareness is the first step to change. I will be glad to discuss if I can meet your needs or otherwise will suggest other referrals. I have worked as an employee assistance therapist for many years along with experience as community based mental health and substance abuse counselor. I start with a solution focused model to address the concerns bringing you in and then will explore the causes of the problems. It is important to me that you feel comfortable with the process but will push for you to make some changes.
Chronic Pain
(407) 278-7453
Orlando, Florida 32809
“"I believe that everyone can have a redemptive story. If you are feeling helpless or hopeless, let me walk along side of you exploring ways to bring life and hope back to your life so that you will have a redemptive story to share." I am a licensed mental health practictioner with a doctoral degree in counseling psychology. My passion is for children and familes and I try to make it possible to help anyone who has a need.
Chronic Pain
(407) 792-2938
Orlando, Florida 32828
Patrick Joe Winn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Orlando
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Joe has twenty years of experience providing counseling in a variety of inpatient and outpatient settings including medical and psychiatric hospitals. His experience includes providing leadership and clinical supervision to fellow mental health professionals.
Chronic Pain
(407) 748-6506
Orlando, Florida 32835
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.
Chronic Pain
(407) 895-9700
Orlando, Florida 32803
Dominique D. Barritt, Counselor  in Orlando
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LMHC, NCC, EMDR, CST
“"Take the first step in faith. You don't have to see the whole staircase; just take the first step." Martin Luther King, Jr. Dealing with life's challenges can leave us feeling overwhelmed and confused. Choosing counseling is the first step in facing challenges. Counseling provides a safe, compassionate place to gain new perspective, answer difficult questions, and resolve painful conflicts. I am committed to providing knowledgeable, supportive therapy in a non-judgmental, confidential environment. I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Nationally Certified Counselor, Certified EMDR Therapist, and trained Sex Therapist. I hold a Masters Degree from UNF.
Chronic Pain
(407) 624-4886
Orlando, Florida 32803
Ingrid Cruz  in Orlando
“For more than two decades, Ingrid Cruz has excelled in providing positive messages that promote social awareness through the mass media in the United States and Puerto Rico. As a registered mental health counselor intern in Florida, Ingrid has treated patients ranging in ages from 7 to 65 years with symptoms of depression, anxiety, as well as,suicidal adults, and those addicted to drugs, narcotics, and alcohol. Her specialization is aimed at helping people who have suffered various traumas, loss of a loved one, survivors of domestic violence, and those who suffer from addictions to controlled substances. Ingrid habla espaņol.
Chronic Pain
(407) 915-0363
Orlando, Florida 32808
Renee Natvig, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Orlando
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you frustrated by anxiety or depression? Are you coping with health issues or dealing with something that feels burdensome, a loss, parenting responsibilities, work, sexual orientation, or a way of eating or drinking that isn't working the way it used to? Maybe your life going well in many ways but you yearn for a deeper level of satisfaction. Or you want to feel seen, heard and valued in your relationship but you aren't sure how to get there. Whatever is bringing you to therapy is an opportunity to explore your vision of yourself and expand your possibilities.
Chronic Pain
(407) 479-7985
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.
Chronic Pain
(407) 502-5365
Orlando, Florida 32819
Bill Singer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Orlando
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, PsyD, LCSW, CAP, CMLC
“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
Chronic Pain
(407) 490-2587
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.
Chronic Pain
(904) 263-4031
Orlando, Florida 32819
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.
Chronic Pain
(407) 738-4807
Orlando, Florida 32828
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.
Chronic Pain
(407) 809-4148
Orlando, Florida 32826
Gregory Lucas, Psychologist  in Orlando
“I have helped hundreds of people cope with a wide range of concerns. I have worked with individuals in a counseling and educational capacity for 20 years. In my practice, I provide counseling services helping people deal with depression, anxiety, stress, relationships, work/school concerns, compulsive behaviors (including sexual addiction), sexual identity issues, chronic illnesses, and HIV/AIDS concerns among others. I worked as a Staff Psychologist and completed a training internship at the prestigious University of California in San Diego. Further, I have degrees from the University of Central Florida, Florida State University, and the University of Nebraska.
Chronic Pain
(407) 963-1542
Orlando, Florida 32803
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.
Chronic Pain
(407) 701-8006
Orlando, Florida 32803

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Chronic Pain (Fibromyalgia) Therapists
If you're looking for help with chronic pain in Orlando or for an Orlando chronic pain Therapist, these professionals provide chronic pain treatment, chronic pain management and chronic back pain treatment. They include chronic pain Therapists in Orlando, chronic pain psychologosists, chronic pain anorexia and chronic pain counselors. A Therapist can help with chronic back pain in Orlando, chronic neck pain, chronic pain syndrome, pain management and pain relief. They are skilled at helping with fibromyalgia. Therapists use various Therapist techniques to help relieve pain in Orlando.

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.