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Therapists in Orlando

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
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
Christine T Harris, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Orlando
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I have been working in this field for over twenty years, and I truly enjoy helping people to improve their lives. I assess the needs of the individual, couple, and/or family, and work with them in a creative way to guide and support a person's committment for change. Everyone has different challenges in their life, and at times it is difficult to manage those transitions individually. I encourage clients to improve communication, rebuild healthy relationships, and increase a person's coping skills after they experienced a life changing event or transition.
(407) 395-4330
Orlando, Florida 32803
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
Jill Haire, Counselor  in Orlando
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LMHC, NCC, CAP
“I'm an educational and interactive counselor. I'm highly trained in recovery from grief, addictions and relationship issues. In my view it is a privilege, a responsibility and a blessing to counsel those who are willing to illuminate the dark places in their lives in order to heal and grow.
(407) 278-4515
Orlando, Florida 32819
Jada Jackson, Counselor  in Orlando
“Are you struggling with feelings of low self-esteem? Do you feel unworthy? Are you battling an addiction or gender identity issue? Often times we find ourselves faced with unwanted situations and circumstances that get the best of us. My goal is to help those that feel stuck and unable to find the right path to healing.
(407) 395-4291
Orlando, Florida 32835
Kelly C. Kemp, Counselor  in Orlando
“If your soul is in need of restoration, Kelly can offer you the compassion and experience needed to help heal hurts from relationships, challenging circumstances, or unhealthy patterns. Kelly is passionate about being a conduit of God's healing to people who are hurting.
(407) 848-1153
Orlando, Florida 32803
Rebecca Macleod, Counselor  in Orlando
“Wellness work is tailored to the needs of the client. What is most important to me is understanding your goals. You are always in control of your own process. I can help you find greater peace and life satisfaction by teaching you techniques that work and refining those based on your feedback. You are truly successful at what you choose when you choose with intention.
(407) 378-2261
Orlando, Florida 32817
Renée N Treviranus, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Orlando
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CAP
“I take an eclectic approach to therapy utilizing a wide range of therapeutic approaches including, Solution Focused Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and Motivational Interviewing. I seek to provide a safe, comfortable, non-judgmental environment and collaborative environment for all individuals by providing a multicultural approach.
(407) 392-1843
Orlando, Florida 32803
Lisa Quinn, Counselor  in Orlando
“People enter counseling for various reasons. Some need to identify and process their feelings, or solve a particular problem. Others may seek counseling for growth and self-improvement. By getting to know yourself, you are able to make better decisions and choices, and improve your life path. I provide a safe, confidential and compassionate environment, which promotes hope, health and healing. I welcome the opportunity to assist you in your new journey. TODAY, I invite you to BEGIN your process of change.
(407) 502-4811
Orlando, Florida 32819
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
Sandra B Stanford, Counselor  in Orlando
“I applaud you for thinking about taking the first steps to come to counseling. It takes great courage to make that first phone call. Dealing with issues such as anger and depression takes determination and a desire to live a better life. I love counseling and working with clients. It's an amazing journey to help a client navigate issues and discover healthy living. One of the methods I use is EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing). Visit my website to find out more about this approach to psychotherapy that has helped millions of people.
(407) 269-5961
Orlando, Florida 32814
Dorian E. Race  in Orlando
“Do you feel overwhelmed by life? Struggling to find the joy? Wondering what it all means? I am devoted to providing a safe and loving space for you to discuss your deepest concerns and challenges without fear of judgment or misunderstanding. With over 25 years of experience in the healthcare helping professions, I have an authentic, candid interest in understanding your perspective and supporting you as you learn to make the changes that will lead you closer to the life that you desire and deserve.
(407) 603-3828
Orlando, Florida 32814
Barbara Seifert,   in Orlando
“Life can be hard, bringing many changes along the way. Some of these changes are planned while others are not. And these 'road blocks' can result in frustration, anxiety or other mood problems that can affect your relationships and your life. There are effective ways to learn how to overcome any fears and push through these roadblocks that may be standing in the way of you leading a happy and successful life. We will help you to identify your blockages and to use your strengths to help you deal with them
(407) 982-1962
Orlando, Florida 32817
Leif E Davis, Psychologist  in Orlando
“It's not so easy living in today's fast paced world with serious concerns confronting us at every turn. Finding happiness and fulfillment is a daunting task that sometimes requires a helping hand. But it is not always easy to admit needing help and it's even harder to make that first call to a therapist's office. To ease some of this difficulty, I handle all my own calls and I try to return every call within the same day. I want to make the difficult task of setting up an appointment less stressful.
(407) 440-0785
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.
(321) 806-2674
Orlando, Florida 32835
Keisha Delva  in Orlando
“If life has become unfulfilling, whether through unexpected crisis or longstanding emotional wounds, therapy can help you move toward a place of growth and healing. Life can have periods of time which are overwhelming, painful and stressful. Within a warm and supportive environment, you will be provided with tools and skills that can help you overcome difficulties. Concerns such as depression, anxiety, relationship issues, academic/work difficulties or low self-esteem may be preventing you from moving forward. We will work together to determine and treat the underlying core issues.
(321) 323-7473
Orlando, Florida 32803
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
Blank Slate Counseling, Counselor  in Orlando
“Here at Blank Slate Counseling we do things a little differently. We focus on building what's strong much more than fixing what's wrong. We encourage creativity, openness, and we want you to be YOU!, the very best YOU. Our focus is on helping individual's find their path of optimal living. We utilize techniques in therapy that engage the mind such as painting, mind mapping, and physical training. Each technique is specifically tailored to you and your goals and interests.
(317) 662-2205
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.
(407) 749-1128
Orlando, Florida 32817
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