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Letha F Miller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Tampa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“People are often motivated to come to therapy to deal with problems that range from depression, anxiety, relationship issues, career, life transitions, trauma or stress; my work focuses on offering support through these rough and unpredictable passages while at the same time offering tools to assist in searching to find the deeper meaning and purpose in these challenging situations. I assist in finding solutions that come from the depths of one's heart; solutions that help one discover their full potential, wisdom, and develop a sense of purpose, meaning and direction.
(813) 489-5974
Tampa, Florida 33625
Lorraine Kushner,   in Tampa
“I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and have been in practice since 1994. My specialties include birth related problems such as postpartum depression, miscarriage, and infertility, as well as issues relating to death, dying and bereavement. I also work with clients who are depressed and are experiencing anxiety, panic,attacks, adjustment and mood disorders. If you are currently taking psychotropic medications prescribed by your physician, talk therapy will be a positive adjunct to your present regimen of help. I am a Lamaze Certified Childbirth Educator and have taught childbirth classes in the past.
(813) 358-1125
Tampa, Florida 33618
Kimberley E May, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Tampa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LMHC, CAP, CEAP, SAP
“***Currently taking new clients*** I am a Licensed therapist, Certified Addictions Professional, Substance Abuse Professional, and Certified Employee Assistance Professional. I have worked and practiced in the Tampa area for over 20 years. I provide individual, couples and family counseling. My treatment specialization includes: *Children *Therapy for Depression and Anxiety *Couples Counseling *Family Counseling *Parenting Support *Grief Counseling *Work and Career issues *Stress Management *Addiction & Recovery *Conflict Resolution. I work with a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues providing services that include CBT, Trauma-Focused Therapy, and Behavioral Modification. Tricare provider. SAP Assessments. CEAP provider.
(813) 579-2530
Tampa, Florida 33629
Amy Telschow, Counselor  in Tampa
“Amy is a passionate counselor believing positive change is possible at any stage in life. Her approach to therapy offers clients more than just short-term solutions to individual and relational issues. Amy utilizes Interventions including: Solution-Focused Therapy, Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Humanism, Gestalt Therapy, Mindfulness (including meditation, guided visualization, and relaxation), Play Therapy, and Supportive Therapy. Experiential techniques are used to bridge the gap between the problem-solving part of our brains and the intuitive, emotional part in order to identify the sources of issues, and develop new patterns and skills for handling them.
(813) 445-7701
Tampa, Florida 33626
Alicia Eddy  in Tampa
“*ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS* Are you looking for a safe, nonjudgmental haven to explore what might be preventing you from living a fulfilling life? May it be family, personal, parenting, financial or relationship issues, when life is unbalanced it can seem overwhelming. I embrace each individual's unique background and qualities to provide support and guidance through periods of stress, searching, or imbalance. I believe that forming a strong relationship with each client is the foundation for personal growth. We will work as a team to help you reach your personal goals and to overcome any obstacles along the way.
(813) 445-7807
Tampa, Florida 33609
Ruth B. Martinez, Counselor  in Tampa
“"Hello! I am a bilingual, Spanish/English, professional with dedication to my profession and with a humanistic approach. Therapy is a growth process where I will help you explore your areas of conflicts and the hidden strengths within yourself as we work into brief conflict resolution. My goal is that you will enrich yourself. You will grow stronger emotionally developing skills that will help you become more effective with your family,social and work interactions,so that you can succeed in life.
(813) 344-2969 x5
Tampa, Florida 33618
“As director of Psychological services first with St. Joseph's Hospital and now with the Tampa Bay Family Therapy Center I have over 20 years experience working with children and families. I provide individual, group, and family therapy for children with Attention-deficit Hyperactivity disorder, Anxiety disorders, and Aspergers Syndrome. I have developed a comprehensive social skills group program for children with these disorders as well as related behavioral and emotional difficulties. Complete Psychological and Psychoeducational evaluations as well as school consultations are also available for children 4 to 18 years olds.
(813) 438-7554
Tampa, Florida 33607
Alina Vitali, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Tampa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LMHC
“My clients are children (preferably older than 6 yrs. old) to adults (including elderly). I love working with veterans, as PTSD and other forms of trauma is the focus of my study. Children and adults with ADD/ADHD are always welcome; however, behavioral problems should not be dominant in presentation. I have an extensive experience with substance abuse and dual diagnosis, but prefer working with anxiety or PTSD as co-occurring. I'm well-equipped to work with stressed clients with or without sleep disorder. Some clients require a collaborative approach of several professionals (med and behavioral managements), so release of information may be necessary.
(813) 324-2920
Tampa, Florida 33614
Nicole Altimari, Counselor  in Tampa
“"A tiny change today brings a dramatically different tomorrow." -Richard Bach. Seeking therapy can be a difficult and intimidating decision, especially considering many individuals have their own preconceived notions about what therapy is really like. However, life isn't always easy and from childhood through late adulthood there can be certain times when we may need help addressing problems that cause us emotional distress.
(352) 578-3096
Tampa, Florida 33614
Susan V Sims, Counselor  in Tampa
“If you are having difficulties in your life or relationship problems or maybe you are just stressed and overloaded, it can help to talk with someone. Therapy can help you get to know yourself better and discover what you want and need. In a safe, comfortable,and private space, you can explore your thoughts and feelings and make positive changes in your life.
(813) 701-2340
Tampa, Florida 33609
Pathworks Workshop, PA, Counselor  in Tampa
“Suffering arises from unconscious mental processes, so successful treatment requires connecting with the unconscious. Field research in cultural anthropology -- and 20+ years practicing psychotherapy -- helps me to look for how realities, meanings, and values emerge from experience and associated feelings and emotions. You will focus bare attention on thoughts, emotions, and experiences long enough to recognize and accept them and then to integrate them into continuously evolving, healing self narratives. The journey will include whatever works for you, be it mindfulness meditation, self-hypnosis, somatic exploration, yoga, story telling, writing, drumming, singing or anything else that gets results.
(813) 358-1957
Tampa, Florida 33607
Karen M Milo, Psychologist  in Tampa
“Dr. Karen Milo has been providing a full range of psychological services in the Tampa Bay region for the past 20 years. She specializes in cognitive-behavioral therapy and health psychology. Dr. Milo completed her Ph.D. in clinical psychology at Florida State University and residency and fellowship at the University of South Florida (U.S.F.) in the College of Medicine. She taught and practiced at U.S.F. in the Psychiatry & Behavioral Medicine Department and the Moffitt Cancer Center for 13 years prior to co-founding the Psychology Center of Tampa Bay, where she now practices full-time.
(813) 699-5525
Tampa, Florida 33617
Clarillette Heredia, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Tampa
“At times life can become hard, overwhelming and confusing, and sometimes it gets even harder to balance it all; family, work and you as an individual, that is why I am here. True friends are there for the good times and the bad times, but bombarding them with our problems might not keep them as our friends for too long. Let me be that person you reach out to. I will listen to you with no judgement or prejudice and going by expectations you are willing to commit to.
(813) 513-9550
Tampa, Florida 33647
Ellis Gesten, Psychologist  in Tampa
“Effective therapy changes the ways we think, solve problems and cope, experience emotions, behave, and relate to others-reducing problems and enhancing skills and well being. I encourage you to ask prospective therapists how this will be done, and how together you will measure progress toward your goals. Comparing initial telephone consultation or first sessions with therapists can be especially helpful selecting a therapist. For 30+ years I have been a Psychology faculty member at the University of South Florida training and supervising clinical Ph.D. students in therapy, teaching, and studying families, conflict, psychotherapy, and resilience.
(813) 971-4800
Tampa, Florida 33613
Joshua E Shannon, Counselor  in Tampa
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LMHC, CAP, CRC, CDMS, SAP
“I am a Ph.D. level Licensed Mental Health Counselor [LMHC] with specialties in Trauma, PTSD, Addictions, Individual/Group Therapy. DOT/SAP/DUI evaluations. I am also a Certified Addictions Professional [CAP], Certified Sexual Addictions Specialist.[CSAS], I personalize each client to a treatment plan with respect to their individual needs. Convenient to the interstate, easily accessible to Hillsborough and Pinellas County. The office is handicapped accessible. I also provide in home evaluation and treatment [Concierge] Counseling services. DUI/SAP Evaluation and treatment. Return to Duty Evaluations. Vocational Expert Witness, Office located on bus line, route #19 Substantial experience in Veterans Issues.
(877) 957-3422 x701
Tampa, Florida 33629
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My name is Eileen Gustafson and I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. I graduated from the University of South Florida in 1997. I have experience in the areas of substance abuse, trauma, depression and anxiety. In addition, I am trained in EMDR and am a SAP for the Department of Transportation. I encourage my clients to focus on the strengths they bring to therapy as they reach toward their goals of improved functioning.
(352) 577-2937
Tampa, Florida 33647
Star Point Counseling Center, Counselor  in Tampa
“The Counseling Team specializes in working with couples, troubled teens, relationships, and individuals with depression, anxiety, trauma and co-dependency issues, addiction, anger management, vets returning to civilian life and their spouses and families, and many other sources of stress that compromise the quality of a person's daily life experience. We have a sliding scale from $30 - $100. We are available days,evenings and weekends for your convenience.We accept most insurance including UBH, BCBS , Aetna,& CIGNA. We do not accept Medicaid.
(813) 708-1035
Tampa, Florida 33606
Jacqueline Rich, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Tampa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I strongly believe you should feel comfortable with the therapist you choose. What can counseling do for you? Improve your relationships at home and at work, reduce your anxiety about your job or career; provide skills and new ways of looking at situations; help you overcome difficulties in life; and feel good about yourself. I have extensive experience in treating persons diagnosed with psychiatric disorders, addiction problems, parenting issues and relationship stress. I am also experienced in treating the issues of aging.
(877) 739-2845
Tampa, Florida 33603
Nikki Daniels, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Tampa
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I really enjoy working with survivors of trauma, such as domestic violence, sexual assault or abuse and child abuse. Their strength amazes me, and I am honored to be a part of their healing process. I also love working with adolescents, they are facing such challenges and changes made now can have a huge impact. My entire career has focused on these issues, so I bring a true understanding of your challenges. I am able to provide Accelerated Resolution Therapy, see for more info.
(813) 419-1857
Tampa, Florida 33629
Charles Carballo  in Tampa
“Children, adolescents and adults need to be heard and feel connected. My role as a bilingual (English, Spanish) therapist is to be an active partner providing a non-judgmental environment focusing on your strengths, solutions and goals, thus readying you to move in a new direction. I provide an integrated approach in a warm and supportive setting with compassion, creativity and humor.
(888) 237-5205 x14
Tampa, Florida 33607
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