Family therapy services in 33830: Bartow, FL. Relationship and couples counseling.

Family counseling in 33830: Bartow, FL. Honest and effective help for couples, relationships and blended families in and around Bartow, Florida.


Mary Joye, LMHC
Family Therapist

Mary Joye, LMHC

Mary Joye

331 West Central Avenue, Suite 245, Winter Haven, Florida 33881 | 863-875-2813

Family dynamics can be very complex. Each member can see things from their own perspective and the need for respect within families is immensely important. Each person needs to have a voice and a choice to speak their mind in a therapeutic setting. It is my honor to do my best to help your family resolve issues, deal with crisis and secrets or just get along better and happier now and in the future.

Casey Horne, MS, LMHC
Family Therapist

Casey Horne, MS, LMHC

Licensed Mental Health Counselor MH12674

1129 Rush St, Celebration, Florida 34747 | 936-900-8400

Family therapy is an area that I am passionate about. I feel that most of our issues can find its root in our family of origin. Everyone wants to be heard, and everyone wants to be valued. However, no one is being heard or valued, because we are all speaking so loudly that we can only hear ourselves. Sometimes we need an outsiders perspective to help us each other. I greatly desire to help your family be as healthy as it can be.

John Daniel, EdD, LCMFT, BCCLC, CCCT, CPC
Family Therapist

John Daniel, EdD, LCMFT, BCCLC, CCCT, CPC

Licensed Christian Marriage &Family Therapist - LCMFT#0404011018; Board Certified Clinical Christian Therapist - CCCT#0404021013 / Board Certified Christian Life Coach - BCCLC#0131/ Leadership and Education Specialist / Executive and Business Consultant

Heart of Palms Drive Tampa, FL 33647, Tampa, Florida 33647 | 855-885-3277

Given the wide variety of family issues I have encountered over the years, I have adopted an integrated therapeutic approach. Hence, clients will receive general psychoeducation in a number of areas including: values discovery, parenting, interpersonal communication, conflict resolution, boundary setting, sibling rivalry, mutual respect and accountability to mention a view. As your "group therapy leader," session time will be effectively managed. Role-plays will be utilized extensively to allow for relative freedom of expression. In addition, homework assignments are a prominent and prevalent component to our intervention strategy. Finally, priority is given to confidentiality and trust.

MaryAnn L Haselden, LMHC, CAP
Family Therapist

MaryAnn L Haselden, LMHC, CAP

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

316 N John Young Parkway Suite 6, Kissimmee, Florida 34741 | 407-610-8446

We are all created for relationships. Relationships bring the greatest joy and the greatest pain in life. Every relationship and family unit looks different and has unique strengths and challenges which create the ups and downs in families. From the age of 4 or 5 years old, a child already knows the "behavior" he/she must exhibit in a family unit. At age 4 or 5 or before, a child will enter the child care and or educational system. Through elementary, middle school, college / trade school, OJT, etc, we live in "required behavior." Often when an adult arrives "home," the "behaviors" may revert back to "childish behavior because of childhood beliefs." Are you ready to look at this?

Susan Crum, Ph.D., A.B.P.S., QEEG Diplomate
Family Therapist

Susan Crum, Ph.D., A.B.P.S., QEEG Diplomate

Licensed Psychologist

111 W. Center AVe, Sebring, Florida 33870 | 863-402-2222

You may have grown up believing that family problems should remain within the family. But, Family therapy can help people in almost all dysfunctional situations. Family counseling can help your family solve problems by approaching and addressing an issue in a structural manner. This can help you cultivate healthy relationship- sand move forward through improved communication by allowing each member of the family to voice their emotions and feelings in a safe environment while helping other members remain open to hearing how that individual is feeling. This improved communication helps family members minimize conflict and strengthen bonds.


33830 is a zip code located in Polk County and part of Bartow, Florida. It has a land area of 127.143 square miles.  The population of 33830 is 27,542 people.