Christopher Seavey, PhD, CAP, LMHC
9853 North Tamiami Trail, Suite 213, Naples, Florida 34108
My primary therapy approach for depression is cognitive behavioral therapy. That is helping clients to manage depresion by manageing negative thoughts and by teaching and encouraging behaviors that assist in relieving depression. My personal preference is treatment of depression without the use of medications. However, if medication evaluatuation for the appropriateness of medication is indicated I provide a referral to a psychiatrist who can conduct a medication evaleation.
Jennifer Spinner, LCSW, SAP
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
19620 Pines Blvd. Ste. #217-3, Pembroke Pines, Florida 33029
Treating depression is something I do almost every day. Depression is perhaps the most common form of mental illness. Therefore, I have had a great deal of exposure to this and have developed strong treatment skills. These include cognitive treatments, behavioral treatments, hypnotherapy, writing, flooding, unconditional support and validation. Clients can always feel safe and supported, no matter how vulnerable they are they will always feel validated and empowered after experiencing a session in my office. I encourage positive self talk, and positive attitudes of gratitude. I am the guide who takes my clients to a heightened, new, more insightful perspective.
Virginia Boney, Ph.D., LMFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist; Certified Gottman Couples Counselor
7545 Centurian Parkway, #105, Jacksonville, Florida 32256
EMDR and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy are both effective research-supported approaches to helping individuals overcome depression. Both of these approaches focus on identifying negative beliefs about yourself and experiences that may contribute to feeling depressed. EMDR is used to “reprocess” previous life experiences that may negatively affect your self-confidence, especially those that occurred in your family of origin. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is helpful in identifying and challenging irrational or negative self-beliefs that contribute to feeling depressed.
Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP
Board Certified Clinical Psychologist
11512 Lake Mead Avenue #704, Jacksonville, Florida 32256
As a Doctor of Psychology I am expertly trained in providing scientifically based treatments such as cognitive behavioral therapy to assist you in reducing your anxious and depressive symptoms. Although some of us benefit from medication in addition to therapy or counseling, depression is often a natural response to unfortunate situations or the result of unhealthy behavior patterns. With my experience and training, I will guide you in changing your life and collaborate with your prescribing provider if necessary.
Dolores Riley, Ph.D.
Clinical Christian Counselor
4371 76th Avenue North, Pinellas Park, Florida 33781
You do not have to live in the constant atmosphere and pain of depression. Depression robs you in your career, relationships and even your relationship with God. This ministry is successful in relieving you of the paralyzing pain of constant depression which keeps you from fulfilling your goals, dreams and God-given destiny and purpose. Do not wait to be set free from your depression. Contact me today!
Randall Crouch, LMHC
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
1620 Tamiami Trail, Suite 210, Port Charlotte, Florida 33948
Depression touches almost everyone at one point or another in our lives. Depression is a very scary and dark place to be. The television is flooded with advertisements about various medications for the treatment of depression. While many of the medications are good, they only treat the chemical imbalance of depression. Depression is almost always more than just out of whack brain chemistry, it is out of whack life. I can help you learn the tools you need to reset your life and move out of the dark world of depression and back into your joy.
Jemma Coleman, M. Ed., Ed. S., LMFT, LMHC
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Mental Health Counselor
50 S. HWY US 1, Suite 309, Jupiter, Florida 33477
Depression is one of the most common mental health disorders. According to the National Institute of Mental Health it affects 6.7% of adults and 11.2% of 13-18 year olds in the USA. As a therapist who specializes in adolescent and adult mental health counseling, I am confident that we can work together to identify the root causes, triggers, and solutions for dealing with your depression. Please contact me for a complimentary initial 30 min consultation and let's talk about your vision for a happier healthier you. I'm ready to get started, are you?
Marybeth Hrim, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
900 E Indiantown Rd, Suite #311, Jupiter, Florida 33477
Everyone will have a depressed episode in their lifetime. Depression is very real and can be debilitating if you have not accepted it or treated it. I help many clients overcome their depression by using a cognitive-behavioral approach. What this approach does is looks at your belief system. Everyone has one (these are your thoughts). How do you view yourself, others, and the world can have positive and negative affects on your life. I will help you gain the awareness of what you are thinking about and how you can change those negative thought about yourself, others, and the world. This in turn will help you gain more pleasure in your life.
Jonathan Rapp, Ph.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
725 North A1A, Suite B106, Jupiter, Florida 33477
Recurrent or chronic depression can be disabling. Social isolation and conflict, deep emotional wounds, losses, and biological factors are just some of the causes of clinical depression. Dr. Rapp uses proven methods of treating the underlying causes of depression to provide relief, and a new life, even for people who have not responded to treatment before. Change is possible, but you have to take the next step.
Jeff Allen, PhD, CAP, CMHP
254 East Stuart Avenue Suite 202, Lake Wales, Florida 33853
Our office works with area physicians who refer patients to my office for cognitve therapy dealing with depression. We offer guidance as to how they may be responding to prescribed anti-depressant medications and share those results to patients personal physician if needed. Our office understands the need to discuss feelings associated with depressions and resources to cope with their depression and or anxiety.