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First Orlando Counseling Center, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Orlando
“WHEN YOU THINK NEED COUNSELING .... - Are you experiencing a problem that is unable to manage, or that is very difficult to treat and is consuming you? - A situation that has repeated over the years, maybe relationship or family problems, parenting struggles that have not been resolved even with advise from friends or family members? - Do you think your life has lost its meaning, are not satisfied with yourself , and no longer be worth living? YOU ARE NOT ALONE ....
(407) 490-0367
Orlando, Florida 32819
Cynthia Knowles, Counselor  in Orlando
“I have a passion for people to grow and mature through difficult life situations. I served in the United States Air Force for 12 years, which included serving in Desert Shield and Desert Storm. Coupled with the unique perspective that comes from having served for 12 years in active military service, my relaxed relational approach to counseling provides a safe atmosphere for moving effectively through struggles and wounds to understanding and healing. I am married with twin daughters. My personal and professional experiences have guided my career in mental health counseling.
(407) 641-2826
Orlando, Florida 32805
Megan L Scharett, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Orlando
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT, LMHC, NCC
“Let's make change happen together. We will strive to free you from the past or present concerns that have been holding you back and move you toward a better future. We will set goals and work to meet each of them. A sense of trust and understanding will be developed in order to establish a safe, comfortable, therapeutic environment. You will find that I will provide you the encouragement, motivation, and desire to create meaningful and lasting change in your life. My calm and warm demeaner coupled with cognitive behavioral techniques make my office the place to be.
(407) 512-6294
Orlando, Florida 32828
Robert J Fennewald-Vélez, Counselor  in Orlando
“Anxiety, depression, marital/work problems, children, losses and trauma unfortunately are part of life. Quite often you may delay seeking counseling due to a variety of reasons; shame, fear, time, cultural values. You may seek help from non professionals only to delay finding an appropriate solution and emotional relief for you. In my twenty eight years of combined education and experience in the field, I can help.
(407) 392-1317
Orlando, Florida 32803
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
Pasadena Villa Psychiatric Residential Treatment, 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
Amrita Kataria, Counselor  in Orlando
“Our emotions affect our thoughts, our thoughts affect our actions, and our actions have consequences.The mind is a powerful tool that can either lead us to a path of hope and peace, or one of turmoil and despair. When working with children, teens and families, my approach to counseling is focused on enhancing communication, reestablishing trust, and rebuilding the family unit. I strive to provide a supportive and safe environment to promote self-awareness and improve the quality of life for everyone involved.
(407) 269-8770
Orlando, Florida 32835
Christina Suarez Counseling Services  in Orlando
“Is it difficult to find meaning to your life's struggles? Would like to feel peace, love and harmony in your life? I believe that everyone can reach their potential to overcome personal obstacles that inhibit them from expressing themselves. I help people reach a sense of peace, purpose, direction and well-being. I foster the belief that everyone has something to offer and in their most difficult times can lead us to those special gifts that are within every one of us. I provide counseling in both English and Spanish.
(407) 449-1160
Orlando, Florida 32803
Karen Wolman, Psychologist  in Orlando
“I can help you attain a better understanding of yourself and your personal goals, and help you develop skills for improving your relationships. I can help you manage your anger, depression, and other emotional pressures, while improving your communications skills. Learn to listen more effectively to others, and have others listen to you. Get "unstuck" from unhealthy patterns and break old behaviors and develop new ones. Learn new ways to cope with stress and anxiety at home and at work. Discover new ways to solve problems and improve self-esteem and confidence.
(407) 910-1319
Orlando, Florida 32819
Russ Phillips, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Orlando
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MBA, LMHC, LMFT
“Do you find that you are having difficulties in relationships? Is your marriage having problems? Are you struggling with filling yourself with unhealthy activities (pornography, love addictions, shopping, overeating, etc)? Are you still wondering who you were created to be? These are the questions that we tackle in therapy. I have over 25 years of experience not only addressing the crises that are ruining your life, but also working on helping you create and live a more fulfilling and connected life.
(407) 501-8613
Orlando, Florida 32804
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
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.
(407) 340-5312
Orlando, Florida 32819
Randie Morillo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Orlando
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW
“I work with a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues, use a variety of therapeutic styles, and treat my clients hopes and core values with respect and compassion. It is my experience that, as human beings, we all face life challenges, be they relational, personal, emotional, physical or spiritual, and our mental health affects how we respond to those challenges.
(407) 915-0413
Orlando, Florida 32839
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
Gregory Walker, Counselor  in Orlando
“I am dedicated to helping you overcome life's issues such as depression, anxiety or a history of trauma/abuse, emotional distress, relationship problems, difficult life-stage transitions, and struggles with substance abuse. I recognize the importance of your unique history as you encounter your personal challenges. Furthermore, I believe that therapy does not have to be an experience of reliving your pain and struggles. In fact, my clients appreciate being in a safe, respectful and warm setting where laughter is seen as a critical part of the healing process.
(407) 641-3393
Orlando, Florida 32835
JoAnn Griffin  in Orlando
“I am a Christian counselor who works with clients that are experiencing difficulty with depression, post traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, family issues, marital issues, and more. I work with all age groups and diverse populations. The ideal client is the client who seeks help for their problem. I use a mix of many theories to treat clients depending on individual needs. I work with children and adults to address almost any need and believe there is no "one size fits all" type of counseling. I do not judge any person, but strive to work with you to help you feel better.
(407) 915-0138
Orlando, Florida 32825
Gregory S Meek, Counselor  in Orlando
“Counseling is a process of change. I believe counseling is about making postive changes in ourselves, our relationships, and the way we view our world. My approach to facilitating this change is decidedly strengths based, person-centered, and collaborative. I work with clients to support their current needs while challenging them to change the way they understand themselves and think about their lives. As your counselor, I will be interested in knowing what you want to change about your life. Your desire for change will be the basis of our goals for our work together.
(407) 490-2904
Orlando, Florida 32814
Jennifer Guerriero, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Orlando
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, EdD, LCSW
“CODEPENDENCY (people pleasing, inability to say no, fear of upsetting others, lack of assertiveness, suppressed emotions, identity confusion). PSYCHOLOGICAL ABUSE/MANIPULATION (manipulative friends, family, and romantic partners, religious cults and abusive churches, workplace bullying, "groupthink", hazing, and toxic people of all kinds). SELF ESTEEM (feeling inadequate, fear of looking foolish, inability to take criticism, perfectionism). Do any of these describe you or your situation? If so, I'd love to meet you and talk about how we can work together to overcome your struggles. With 10+ years experience working in higher education, I also provide academic consulting services.
(407) 456-7379
Orlando, Florida 32835
Cindy Fabico, Counselor  in Orlando
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, NCC, LMHC, LMFT, Life
“I believe you are reading this now because you are at an important turning point in your life, your relationship, your career. How many times have you thought about making a change, getting some help, finding someone who will listen without judgement? Have you been frustrated in the past with therapy that is long on talk and short on practical tools that lead to real change? You will not find this in our work together. As we get to know one another I will work to tailor homework assignments to reinforce the work we do in our sessions together.
(407) 504-2133
Orlando, Florida 32819
David Tredinnick, Psychologist  in Orlando
“We are all challenged with different life struggles at various points in our lives. It is during these times that we feel most isolated, confused, or stuck. Making the decision to respond to the challenges in your life can be a difficult, while also a highly rewarding opportunity. In our work together, my primary goal is to provide a positive, authentic, and collaborative experience that allows for transformation, growth, and an enhanced sense of self. I use a variety of interventions and tailor treatment based on the goals and expectations of the client
(407) 901-3153
Orlando, Florida 32803
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