Professional Counseling in Gainesville, FL

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Gainesville, FL

  • Marriage & Family
  • Marriage & Family
  • Mental Anxiety
  • Forgiveness / Letting Go
  • Sexual Addiction
  • Affairs & Infidelity
  • Establishing Healthy Boundaries
  • Immigration Adjustment
  • Depression & Mood Disorders
  • Mixed Families
  • Career Change
  • Individual Growth
  • Sexual Addiction
  • Chronic Pain & Illness
  • Family Conflict
  • Internet & Gambling Addiction
  • Internet Addiction
  • Individual Growth
  • Spiritual Growth
  • Communication Development
  • Personality Issues
  • Love & Intimacy
  • Transitions Counseling
  • Trauma Counseling
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Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage & Family Therapy & Mental Health Counseling

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Gainesville is located in the northern part of the state with around 257,000 residents. This is also the where the University of Florida is located, home of the Gators. The university is also considered the Berkeley of the south. The temperature in Gainesville is subtropical, with high humidity. The summers are humid, with frequent downpours and an average temperature in the 90’s.  The winters are milder with some freezing temperatures at night, but the average day temperature in the mid to high-60’s. The city has numerous cultural activities and events that occur throughout the year. For instance, there is an annual art festival that attracts artists and visitors from around the southeastern part of the United States. The city also boasts the Florida Museum of Natural History, the Hippodrome State Theatre, and the Civic Center Media Center, to name a few attractions.1

Mental Health in Gainesville

Meridian Behavioral Health is a non-profit organization that provides medically supervised withdrawal services and other addiction recovery programs at its Gainesville clinic.2 Their detox team is staffed by professionals who are prepared to help clients overcome their physical dependency on chemicals in a safe, secure, and non-judgmental environment. Those seeking support and encouragement during this difficult time will also find that Meridian can assist them in locating low-income housing or other housing options suitable to their situation. To find out more about the assistance available at Meridian, call (352) 374-5600.

The Alachua County Crisis Center, located in Gainesville, provides suicide awareness, prevention, and emergency services.3 Tens of thousands succumb to suicide annually.4 Their Suicide and Crisis Intervention Service has been in operation since 1969 and has helped thousands of citizens in need. It is staffed by trained volunteers, professionals, and graduate students from mental health disciplines. The center offers not only a crisis line for those contemplating suicide, but also a community trauma response team and a grief support group. For those interested in attending the group, call (352) 264-6792. Those in crisis should call (352) 264-6789. For more information about volunteering with the program, call (352) 264-6779.

Current Initiatives

The University of Florida Mobile Outreach Clinic visits multiple locations in Gainesville to provide much needed medical care to those with barriers to access.5 From assisting the uninsured suffering from acute or chronic health problems to ensuring that migrant workers and their families receive immunizations, the Mobile Outreach Clinic is a vital resource and valuable initiative in Gainesville. To reach the mobile clinic by phone, call (352) 262-1602. To contact the office, call (352) 273-5329.


References

1. Florida Museum of Natural History. (2014). About Us. Retrieved from http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/about-us/welcome/
2. Meridian Behavioral Health Clinic. (2014). Residential Services. Retrieved from http://mbhci.org/treatment-services/residential-inpatient-services/
3. Alachua County. (2014). Crisis Center. Retrieved from http://www.alachuacounty.us/Depts/CSS/CrisisCenter/Pages/Services.aspx
4. Suicide.org. (2005). U.S. Suicide Statistics. Retrieved from http://www.suicide.org/suicide-statistics.html#2005
5. University of Florida Health. (2014). Mobile Outreach Clinic. Retrieved from http://outreach.med.ufl.edu/

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