Affordable and caring licensed therapists and marriage counselors in Pompano Beach, Florida are ready to help you. Therapy can change your life, but you must make the first step. Contact a licensed therapist now, you can email 24/7, and begin your new start.
Tina Saunders, LMHC, CAP
Location: 600 S.W. 3rd Street, Suite 6121C, Pompano Beach 33060
Fast Contact: Email or Call Tina.
|Trauma, PTSD, Childhood Abuses||All Types of Addiction|
|Couples Therapy||Various Groups|
|Mood / Anxiety Disorders||Anger / Stress Management|
|Grief, Loss & Bereavement||Parenting Skills|
I have been in this field more than 15 years, both in inpatient and outpatient settings. My goal is to assist clients to become empowered and gain full insight about themselves and their relationship with others. I provide a safe, trusting, and professional environmen
City of Pompano Beach, FL
Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage & Family Therapy & Mental Health Counseling
Therapy Pompano Beach, FL
Sea Ranch Lakes, Lighthouse Point, Palm Aire, North Lauderdale, Kendall Green, Therapy Pompano Beach
Home to over 100,000 people with year round tourism, the city has many attractions for visitors. The golfing here is is famous, and there are many courses within earshot, including the beautiful Palm Aire Country Club.1 Cypress Shopping Center draws many crowds looking for the best deals on the latest fashions. And of course, the pristine coastline, with gorgeous beaches. You will usually see plenty of boats and yachts out on the water as there is superb fishing here as well. If you are suffering stress of anxiety, consider some professional insight. A drive along Ocean Blvd will be a treat for the children and family as magnificient views of the Atlantic Ocean are taken in. Kester Park along 9th Avenue has a pavillion and a playground for the children.
Mental Health in Pompano Beach
The First Baptist Church of Pompano Beach is helping those suffering from “hurts, habits, and hang-ups” (painful emotions, addictions and dependencies, and negative mental or emotional attitudes) overcome their difficulties and celebrate their future with regular weekly Celebrate Recovery meetings. Celebrate Recovery is a faith-based program which helps participants develop new strategies for coping with a life free of mental, emotional, chemical, and psychological burdens.2 Support group programs like Celebrate Recovery can be a lifeline for those attempting to transform their lives. To find out when the next meeting is, or for more information about the program, call (954) 745-6116.
Traumatic brain injuries affect the body and mind in various, unpredictable ways and it can be difficult for both survivors and their families and loved ones to adjust to the many physical and psychological such injuries bring.3 Brain injury support groups help survivors and their loved ones and caregivers to navigate these transitions together, sharing resources, information, victories, and sorrows with those who understand them best. The Brian Injury Association of Florida provides educational materials, resources, and other forms of assistance to the brain injury support group in Pompano Beach. For meeting times and further details about the group, call (954) 776-5010.4
The Farm Share Broward County Satellite Office in Pompano Beach Florida works with local farmers to collect bulk donations of fresh produce and dairy products, which is then sorted, washed, and packed for distribution through inmate labor programs and volunteers. The sorted food is sent to regional offices which then distribute it to non-profit and local social service agencies which in turn give the food to the homeless and to individuals in need. For more information on the program, or to donate time, money, or products, contact the Farm Share office in Pompano Beach at (954) 942-6785.5
1. Palm Aire. (2014). Home Page.
Retrieved from http://palmaire.clublink.com/
2. First Baptist Church of Pompano Beach. (2014). Celebrate Recovery.
Retrieved from http://www.fbcpompano.org/ministries/celebrate-recovery
3. BIAUSA. (2014). Living with Brain Injury.
Retrieved from http://www.biausa.org/living-with-brain-injury.htm
4. ByYourSide. (2014). Brain Injury Support Groups.
Retrieved from http://www.byyourside.org/documents/TBI_Support_Groups.pdf
5. Farm Share. (2014). Contact Farm Share.
Retrieved from http://www.farmshare.org/contact.htm