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Therapists in Orlando

Rick Maith, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Orlando
“I have been a practicing therapist for almost 30 years. I have had a practice in Southwest Orlando since 1992.My experience includes working in both inpatient psychiatric hospitals as well as outpatient private practices. I prefer working with people on an outpatient basis because they are choosing to seek help for themselves and it is a more relaxed, comfortable environment.
(407) 278-7610
Orlando, Florida 32819
Benjamin Lopez  in Orlando
“I am a registered Clinical Intern licensed in the state of Florida to provide mental health therapies to children, adults and families. I currently work under the supervision of several licensed mental health practitioners in Orlando. I have two years experience providing mental health therapy.
(844) 743-6224
Orlando, Florida 32819
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
Jeffery Watson, Counselor  in Orlando
“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. Everything we have experienced in life, makes us who we are and can affect how we view the world. Sometimes our anxiety or stress has become burdensome and overwhelming. Breaking free from those feelings can be daunting.I am solution focused and work with the client to establish solutions to quality of life concerns.
(321) 622-9243
Orlando, Florida 32835
Tristan Faith, Counselor  in Orlando
“I have been working as a therapist for over twenty years and have a background in addictions, sexual abuse, depression, anxiety, phobias, family issues and relationship problems. I worked as a crisis therapist, therapist in treatment centers and a psychiatric hospital. I also worked as a contract therapist working in schools dealing with teens with conduct problems or mental health issues. I really enjoy helping families and indivduals to find successful solutions to their problems and issues.
(407) 378-3393
Orlando, Florida 32826
Caitlyn McKinzie  in Orlando
“Alfred Adler once said "The hardest thing for human beings to do is to know themselves and changes themselves." As a counselor, I aim to help my clients not only learn more about who they are, but to also assist them in moving towards achieving the change and growth they want and deserve in their life.
(321) 325-4728
Orlando, Florida 32803
Danielle Montana, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Orlando
“I work from a strength's perspective and approach each individual with the belief in his or her capacity for positive change and growth. Whether it be depression, anxiety, trouble managing uncomfortable emotions, addiction, aging related issues, or simply feeling stuck, I'm ready to help you through your own unique healing process.
(239) 321-5501
Orlando, Florida 32819
Romila Mushtaq,   in Orlando
“When stress is present in our lives headaches, anxiety, depression, or sleep disorders can occur. Are you trying to cope with a chronic disease, stress, or loss of work-life balance? Are you lost in trying to find your life purpose? I welcome you to share your medical story, & I will break down your story to explain what the disease means. I help people realize the emotional root cause of why the disease occurred. I will then help you train your brain and mind to move forward in healing my scientifically developed "Mindset Matters" program.
(407) 479-7155
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.
(407) 275-0745
Orlando, Florida 32828
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 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.
(407) 270-7702
Orlando, Florida 32819
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
Cathie Rising-Clarke, Counselor  in Orlando
“Have life's struggles, pain, challenges, fears and concerns become just too difficult for you to handle on your own? Each of us has a story - and sometimes we just need to share our story with an experienced, trained, and compassionate person who will listen with respect and empathy and help guide us through our issues and toward the lives we want. As an experienced Counselor and Grief Recovery Specialist, I can help you find the answers, courage and strength you need to solve your problems and meet your goals.
(407) 255-2533
Orlando, Florida 32806
Jami Osborn, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Orlando
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MS
“As we navigate through life's challenges sometimes we may need some help along the way. I believe that seeking counseling is a courageous endeavor where if we are open to the challenge new opportunities can emerge that can be life changing. I believe the purpose of therapy is to provide an atmosphere of respect, trust and support while helping people to be empowered to navigate life's challenges and to discover a renewed sense of hope and peace. I would be honored to join you in the process of finding healing, hope and new possibilities.
(407) 326-0279
Orlando, Florida 32835
Jennifer Magbanua, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Orlando
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Are you looking for a therapist with experience helping couples heal from hurt? Do you dread going home? Are you sick of fighting? Are you resenting your partner? - It's time to try something different! As a Marriage and Family Counselor I can help you bring back the love and find a sense of calm. Call today to schedule an appointment!
(407) 641-3443
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 personís thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are a significant focus of therapy.
(407) 901-2080
Orlando, Florida 32819
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.
(877) 845-5235
Orlando, Florida 32803
John F Robertson, Psychologist  in Orlando
“Sometimes life weighs us down with major stressors. At my practice we emphasize that "sometimes things come apart, so better things can come together". I believe that individuals, couples or families have the amazing capability of growing, healing and becoming more than anyone can predict with the appropriate approach. Counseling and therapy are designed to guide and assist in this process. My approach along with my associates, Dr. Marcia Flagler and counselor, Narva Woodard, is very interactional with the client always in control. We utilize well researched methods,clear goals and a focus on the individual's strengths.
(407) 901-2239
Orlando, Florida 32810
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
Pamela Mark, Psychologist  in Orlando
“Many of us have gone through experiences that leave us feeling stuck, unmotivated, or without hope for change. The promise of psychotherapy is that it offers a path that illuminates the conscious and unconscious limiting beliefs we unknowingly come to identify with. It allows us a framework where insight becomes possible and then choice! Once you can recognize your patterns, you can choose a new way of being. In this sense, I believe we are partners working to understand your motivations, fears, and deepest hopes so that you can feel a greater sense of freedom and empowerment in your life and in your future.
(407) 269-8780
Orlando, Florida 32801
Amazing You Counseling Services, Counselor  in Orlando
“AmazingYou Counselng Services (, is about you, the client: helping you get clarity on what you truly desire in life, what is blocking you from attaining this and how we can work together to empower you to secure happiness, health and wholeness. These - I believe- are your birthright. I specialize in anxiety, depression, and relationships. Gays, lesbians and transgender people are welcomed. I am open to traditional as well as alternative healing ways-Psychotherapy, yoga, meditation, breathing techniques, art, music, writing as therapy - I use what works best to bring happiness and wholeness to the individual or couple.
(407) 374-0793
Orlando, Florida 32804
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