Michelle Hintz (Reitman), PsyD, MT-BC
450 N Park Road, #400, Hollywood, FL
My approach to psychotherapy is to meet the client where they are at. Typically, clients initially come in to resolve a pressing problem; however, once it is addressed, additional underlying issues arise that allow further exploration & potential for growth. Together with the client, we make connections to underlying assumptions, internalized messages from childhood, & challenge self-concept.
Mari Casares, Ph.D.
3999 Sheridan Street Suite 201, Hollywood, FL
Psychotherapy is a journey into yourself. It is a treat to take time, slow down and understand yourself. We all have a story. The story we have written about ourselves defines who we are . In psychotherapy I help people see and understand the story they tell themselves. The problem is that the story we tell ourselves can be filled with obstacles, negativity, and darkness. I can help you rewrite your story so that you can find resources to overcome those obstacles, light in the dark places, and ultimatly a less burdensome way into the future.
Noam Koenigsberg, MD
960 West 41st Street Suite 410, Miami Beach, FL
I trained in New York City and many of my supervisors were psychoanalysts and psychotherapy is something I love to do with my patients and that they benefit from. I work with patients using many different types of therapy including Supportive Psychotherapy, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Motivational Interviewing (MI). Patients of mine can receive therapy with or without medication management and I can be a one stop shop for patients who want the same doctor to provide therapy and medication management.
Maria Sue Butler, LMFT, Supervisor State Of Florida
LMFT Diplomate, Certified of Anger management
6790 TAFT ST, HOLLYWOOD, FL
When clients graduate from treatment, they take with them a box full of "tools", such as effective anger management techniques, avoiding confrontations that lead to negative expressions of anger, resolving conflict peacefully and quietly, making the right decisions in every aspect of life, and perseverance to always build skills against life's problems and apply them consistently.
Stan Hyman, PhD., LCSW
Dr. Stan Hyman
Psychotherapy or counseling can be brief and focused on a particular issue. Sometimes it can take the form of Life Coaching, focusing on creating and reaching goals and helping you to gain clarity and make better decisions. It can also be a vehicle for helping someone to examine his life more fully and gain a better understanding of what drives or motivates him.
Coral Arvon, Ph.D. ,LMFT, LCSW
2630 Ne 203RD St # 103, Aventura, FL
First and foremost, you must feel that your doctor understands you, gets you. Then finding out exactly what you need and want I will choose the techniques that will get you there the fastest, the best current methodology available. Psychotherapy is helping you live life , becoming free of fear and uncertainty, and having love and joy instead. Learning to be present and mindful will stop the endless hours of worry and stress. One must not "look back in anger or forward in fear, but around in awareness".
Jason Wasser, LMFT, CAP
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
2699 Stirling Road Suite 403E, Hollywood, FL
Thankfully as the years pass there is less of a stigma about individual psychotherapy. With my many years of traveling I have realized that this paradigm in South Florida has shifted. It used to be there must be something wrong with you if you go to therapy while in cities like New York, there is something wrong with you IF YOU DON'T have a therapist! Individual therapy is a gift to yourself that will help you identify stuck patterns and unhelpful ways of solving problems in your life. It can also be a place where you have an unbiased sounding board working with you to reach your goals. In my office, I offer a safe space for you to work towards your goals whatever they may be!
Rosemary Barreras Reiss, LMFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
1000 North Hiatus Rd, Suite 203, Pembroke Pines, FL
Psychotherapy is a general term that describes what therapists do. But when do well it focuses on the process of therapy and not just a quick fix or answer to your problems. Most people that come into my office know what they need to do but can't seem to do it. Psychotherapy involves both of us looking into what is getting in the way of you making these changes. I always tell my clients that I trust their instincts and if they do not or cannot do what is needed there is a reason why. Uncovering that reason and learning to listen to your instincts is what I believe psychotherapy is at its core.
Sofia Robirosa, MBA, LMFT, CAP.
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Certified Addictions Professional
7520 NW 5th Street, Suite 206, Plantation, FL
Are you looking for change in your life? Psychotherapy is an effective way to help you achieve this. Whether you are looking for change as an individual, in your romantic relationships, in your family, or your career, we can work together and co-create solutions that are effective and long lasting. I provide a safe and confidential space for you to explore your goals. I look forward to hearing from you today! Call me for a free consultation at 954-805-9513.
Tara Zuckerman, PsyD
1421 SE 4th Avenue Suite B, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Individual therapy refers to the process by which an individual wishes to begin to understand more about oneself. Individual therapy offers a safe and non-judgmental environment where a person can express and explore their thoughts, feelings, emotions, and behaviors. Typically the goal of individual therapy is to assist individuals in identifying areas of their life, which they might like to make changes. By participating in individual therapy an individual can develop self-control skills, self-confidence, introspection and other skills that may help them to achieve their goals.