I. Therapists in Tallahassee, FL

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Enrique Sanchez

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Languages: English, Spanish

Treatment Approaches: Addictions, Family, Bipolar, Depression, Spanish, Stress, Anxiety, LGBT, Relationship, Trauma and abuse, Grief, Intimacy-related, Eating, Sleeping, Parenting, Anger, Self esteem, Career, Non-religious, Teens, Liberal counselor

Dr. Daniella Jackson

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Languages: English, Portuguese

Treatment Approaches: Addictions, Grief, Self esteem, Depression, Christian, Stress, Anxiety, LGBT, Relationship, Family, Anger, Non-religious, Liberal counselor

Tamara Powell

  • 5 years of Experience
  • United States
  • Pensacola, Florida
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Languages: English

Treatment Approaches: Coaching, Eclectic, Emotionally Focused, Existential, Family / Marital, Feminist, Humanistic, Integrative, Interpersonal, Mindfulness-based (MBCT), Narrative, Transpersonal

State License: Florida

Jeffrey Frank

  • 10+ years of Experience
  • United States
  • Sarasota, Florida
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Languages: English

Treatment Approaches: Attachment-based, Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), Emotionally Focused, Family / Marital, Psychodynamic, Relational, Trauma Focused

State Licenses: Florida and Washington D.C.

Allison Velez

  • 24 years of Experience
  • United States
  • Navarre, Florida
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Areas of focus: Child or Adolescent, Divorce, Family Conflict, Infidelity, Marital / Premarital, Relationship Issues

Languages: English

Treatment Approaches: Attachment-based, Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), Emotionally Focused, Family / Marital, Hypnotherapy

State License: Florida

Michelle Sgarlato

  • 6 years of Experience
  • United States
  • North Palm Beach, Florida
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Languages: English

Treatment Approaches: Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), EMDR, Gottman Method, Intervention, Mindfulness-based (MBCT), Motivational Interviewing, Solution Focused Brief (SFBT), Person-Centered Therapy

State License: Florida

Meg Young

  • 14 years of Experience
  • United States
  • Sarasota, Florida
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Areas of focus: Alcohol Abuse, Anger Management, Anxiety, Behavior Issues, Caregiver Stress, Coping Skills, Depression, Drug Abuse, Dual Diagnosis, Family Conflict, Grief, Military, OCD, Relationship Issues, Self Esteem, Trauma / PTSD

Languages: English

Treatment Approaches: Coaching, Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), EMDR, Solution Focused Brief (SFBT)

State Licenses: Connecticut and Florida

Tracy Rodriguez-Miller

  • 20 years of Experience
  • United States
  • Aventura, Florida
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Languages: English, Spanish

Treatment Approaches: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Coaching, Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), Culturally Sensitive, EMDR, Hypnotherapy, Integrative, Mindfulness-based (MBCT), Motivational Interviewing, Multicultural, Solution Focused Brief (SFBT), Trauma Focused

State Licenses: Florida and Georgia

Arthur Belmont

  • 24 years of Experience
  • United States
  • Tampa, Florida
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Areas of focus: Addiction, Alcohol Abuse, Anger Management, Anxiety, Codependency, Coping Skills, Depression, Divorce, Drug Abuse, Family Conflict, Immigration Issues, Infidelity, Internet Addiction, Marital / Premarital, Military, Parenting, Relationship Issues, Self Esteem, Sexual Addiction, Transgender, Trauma / PTSD

Languages: English

Treatment Approaches: Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), Solution Focused Brief (SFBT)

State Licenses: California, Florida, Michigan and Texas

Lisa de Geneste

  • 28 years of Experience
  • United States
  • Ft Lauderdale, Florida
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Areas of focus: Academic issues, Adoption, Anxiety, Career Counseling, Coping With Medical Issues, Divorce, Immigration Issues, Infertility, Infidelity, Life Coaching, Marital / Premarital, Parenting, Postpartum, Pregnancy, Prenatal, Racial Identity, Self Esteem, Sexual Abuse, Transgender, Weight Loss

Languages: English

Treatment Approaches: Coaching, Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), Culturally Sensitive, EMDR, Family / Marital, Feminist, Humanistic, Hypnotherapy, Interpersonal, Mindfulness-based (MBCT), Multicultural, Psychodynamic, Solution Focused Brief (SFBT), Somatic, Trauma Focused

State Licenses: California, Florida and New York

II. The Best Therapists in Tallahassee, FL

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Online Therapy chose the best 15 Tallahassee therapists using eight key factors that include clinical specializations, cost, credentials, and other key features. Using this set of criteria, you can be sure to find a mental health professional that’s a good match.

Dillon Welliver: LMHC, MCAP, ACS, BC-TMH| Best for family therapy

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850-290-2020
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Dillon Welliver works with his wife Allison to navigate the pain their clients bring to sessions. As a couple, they offer unique insights into the struggles that couples and families face.

What patients say: “I’ve worked with and known Dillon and Allison for over a dozen years. Anyone can feel comfortable around them and recognize their eagerness to help as well as their gifted healing nature.”

Specializations Insurance Cost Sliding scale Remote services
Teen & Family Therapy, Postpartum Depression Treatment, Grief Counseling, Existential Therapy, Co-Parenting TriCare , Magellan Healthcare, Compsych, Cigna, Aetna, United Health Care/Optum/United Behavioral Health, Registered out of network Florida Blue Cost per Session: $130 per 50 minute session Yes Yes

Barbara J. Uchino: Ph.D., CST | Best for military life

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850-321-4813
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Barbara J. Uchino has 10 years of experience working with individuals and couples from all kinds of backgrounds and communities. One of her areas of focus is military life, enabling her to assist veterans with the unique struggles of post-deployment adjustment.

What patients say: “Barbara provides a safe, understanding and caring environment. She is perfect for even those who are apprehensive about seeking counseling, working with you on whatever you may need.”

Specializations Insurance Cost Sliding scale Remote services
Depression, Anxiety, Relationship Issues, Mindfulness, Acculturation Issues, Women’s Issues, LGBTQ issues, Post Deployment Adjustment, Military life, Trauma, Bereavement none accepted Cost per Session: $130 – $150/session No Yes

Nancy Wonder: Ph.D. | Best for couples therapy

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850-222-7112
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Nancy Wonder specializes in working with couples, using a therapeutic model called Intimacy From the Inside Out. Her process involves exploring relationship wounds for improved intimacy.

What patients say: “Nancy is by far the best therapist I’ve ever seen. She’s attentive and nonjudgmental. She’s helped me work through so much and lets you go at your own pace.”

Specializations Insurance Cost Sliding scale Remote services
Couples Therapy Medicare, Out of Network Not Provided No No

Erica Nicole Miller: M.S.W., LCSW, DSW| Best for parenting classes

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850-508-3306
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Erica Nicole Miller offers a variety of therapeutic services in an individual and group setting. Her behavioral interventions are geared toward depression, anxiety, grief, and anger management, using practical strategies that can be employed in day-to-day life. Miller’s parenting classes take place in a group setting and are ideal for both new and experienced parents.

Specializations Insurance Cost Sliding scale Remote services
Parenting Classes, Individual Counseling, Family Therapy, Couples Therapy, Anger Management, Domestic Violence Counseling, Social Skills Training, Grief and Loss Counseling, Teletherapy N/A Not Provided No Yes

Misty Robertson: LMHC | Best for eating disorders

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850-727-7993
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Misty Robertson has over 20 years of experience counseling people with eating disorders, providing a neutral space for individuals and couples to speak. She focuses on mindfulness-based therapy, allowing her clients to be more aware of their strengths and choices. When addressing eating disorders, she uses talk therapy to foster healthier eating choices.

Specializations Insurance Cost Sliding scale Remote services
Depression & Anxiety, Trauma, PTSD and Grief, Relationships, CBT & DBT Skills, Eating Disorders, Substance Abuse, Anger Management and Effective Communication, Self-Esteem and Motivation, Spirituality Cigna, Humana, New Directions, Optum, UMR, UnitedHealthcare Individual Sessions
30 minutes of talk therapy = $50
45 minutes of talk therapy =$75
60 minutes of talk therapy=$100
No Yes

Cindy Wall: LMHC, NCC | Best for ADD / ADHD

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850-354-9159
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Cindy Wall offers individual and group counseling to adolescents and adults, as well as group counseling for a variety of behavioral issues. She understands that ADD and ADHD are a common concern for teens and parents. Wall uses her experience to identify daily struggles that may be holding her clients back while lending an ear for any concerns they need to vent.

Specializations Insurance Cost Sliding scale Remote services
Depression, Stress, Anxiety, ADD/ADHD, Grief/Loss, Personal Growth, Relationship Issues, Parenting, Anxiety, Anger Management, Grief and Loss, Girl’s Group, Women’s Group, Stress Management Aetna, BlueCross and BlueShield, CHP Capital Health Plan, Cigna, Florida Blue, Humana, Magellan, Optum, UnitedHealthcare Individual Counseling: $75/session
Half Hour Consultation: $50.00/ 1/2 hour session
Group Counseling: $30.00/person/group/session
Yes Yes

Jovasha K. Lang: LCSW| Best for anger management

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850-665-0027
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Jovasha K. Lang believes that the therapeutic process is the best way to promote lasting change for those struggling with psychological challenges. Anger management is one of his core areas of focus, and he offers six and 12 -week courses to help clients manage feelings of frustration and helplessness.

What patients say: “Lang Counseling are the best in town. Very professional and reliable Monday through Sunday.”

Specializations Insurance Cost Sliding scale Remote services
Parenting Education Courses, Individual Counseling, Family Counseling, Couples or Marriage Counseling, Anger Management, Domestic Violence Counseling, Batterers Intervention Program Beacon, Capital Health Plan (Quincy only), Cenpatico, Medicare, PsychCare, State of Florida Employee Assistance Program (EAP), TRICARE, WellCare, Out of Network Not Provided No Yes

Sheree Collins: Ph.D.| Best for depression

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850-577-0511
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Sheree Collins offers comprehensive services to treat numerous psychological challenges, including anxiety, depression, stress, and life transitions. She makes it her priority to provide a relaxing space where clients suffering from depression can experience personal growth.

What patients say: “I love Dr. Collins. Seeing a psychologist is never easy to wrap your mind around, but Dr. Collins isn’t your typical Psychologist.”

Specializations Insurance Cost Sliding scale Remote services
Anxiety, Depression, Relationship Issues Aetna, Cigna, E4Health, Employee Assistance Programs (EAP), Magellan, New Directions, Optum, UnitedHealthcare, Out of Network Cost per Session: $45 – $120/session Yes Yes

Terry Abell: ME.D., LMHC, CIS| Best for trauma

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850-792-5609
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Terry Abell has been offering mental health counseling for over 20 years and has extensive experience helping patients with trauma, sexual abuse, anxiety, and common issues affecting children. For all forms of emotional disturbance, she offers talk-based, animal-assisted, and art therapy in addition to other modalities. All her fees are sliding scale, and she offers a no-cost consultation to new clients curious about her methods.

Specializations Insurance Cost Sliding scale Remote services
Emotional Disturbance, Stress, Life Transitions N/A Cost per Session: $70 – $90/session Yes Yes

Katie Fenton-Strauss: LCSW| Best for self-compassion

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email: [email protected]
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Katie Fenton-Strauss is an online therapist for FL and CA. She specializes in working with anxiety, the HSP (Highly Sensitive Person), couples, and helping people to feel better by learning how to be kinder to themselves. If you are interested in a free 20 minute phone consult, please email her at [email protected]

Specializations Insurance Cost Sliding scale Remote services
Self-compassion and self-worth
Anxiety
LGBTQIA+ issues
HSP (Highly Sensitive Person)
Couples and Premarital Therapy
Relational issues/Boundaries
Self-care for the caregiver or therapist
Mindfulness
Self Development
Cigna
Modern Health
Optum
Out of Network
$150+ per session Yes Yes

Judy Hefren: Ph.D., LCSW, CPA | Best for EMDR

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850-445-0260
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Judy Hefren works with her clients to bring about positive, organic change. She has training in using EMDR to help victims of trauma unpack painful memories and develop positive associations. She also offers specific cognitive behavioral therapy designed for children between the ages of six and 18.

Specializations Insurance Cost Sliding scale Remote services
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Child Parent Psychotherapy (CPP), Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Nurturing Parenting Program, Financial Social Work Capital Health Plan, Sunshine Health, Wellcare/Staycare, KePro Cost per Session: $100 – $150/session No Yes

Sharon Miller: Ph.D., LMHC, LCCT | Best for grief and loss

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850-764-1150
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Sharon Miller has clinical experience working with an array of issues, including depression and anxiety, trauma, PTSD, and relationships. She offers a Christian-based perspective and incorporates CBT, a recovery-oriented system of care, hope-focused therapy, and other modalities to help her clients work through difficult issues. When working with issues of grief and loss, she guides her clients to healing and helps them manage feelings of depression.

Specializations Insurance Cost Sliding scale Remote services
Grief & Loss; Anxiety; Depression; OCD; PTSD; ADHD; Addictions; Gambling; Bi-Polar; Marriage Counseling; Eating Disorders; Anger Management; Spiritual Issues; Life Coaching; Intellectually Disabled; Family and Individual; Children; Elderly Counseling, Personality Disorders, and specializes in Christian Counseling Aetna, Capital Health Plan, TRICARE Not Provided No Yes

Ann Tierney: LCSW| Best for conflict resolution

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850-656-1822
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Ann Tiemey offers a confidential and nonjudgemental space where clients can work through common experiences and emotions, such as anxiety, depression, and life transitions. When addressing conflict resolution, she speaks directly to the problems faced by individuals or couples and creates a detailed plan to encourage positive growth. She offers remote sessions and accepts common insurance plans.

Specializations Insurance Cost Sliding scale Remote services
Eating Disorders, Depression and Anxiety, Adolescents, Parenting Support, Relationship Issues, Grief Counseling, Work and Career issues, Stress Management, Conflict Resolution, Couples Counseling, Family Counseling, EMDR Aetna, Beacon, Medicare, TRICARE, Out of Network Cost per Session: $100/50-minute session No Yes

Marie Hume Guilford: Ph.D. | Best for psychological evaluations

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850-224-5801
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Marie Hume Guilford has offered talk therapy to children, adolescents and adults for more than 20 years. She offers individual therapy sessions and psychological evaluations to help those who think they may be affected by autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, and other conditions. With all her clients, she works to explore strengths and reduce the influence of distressing problems.

Specializations Insurance Cost Sliding scale Remote services
Psychological Evaluations, Therapy Modalities, Telehealth Aetna, Magellan, TRICARE Cost per Session: $110/50 minute session No Yes

Chika Hooper: Ph.D. | Best for anxiety

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850-325-0415
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Chika Hooper’s approach to therapy involves guiding her clients on a path to self-healing. She understands that starting therapy can be a vulnerable process for many and strives to offer the necessary tools for continued success. When managing clients’ anxiety, she pays close attention to each individual’s specific needs to create a tailored solution that fits their needs.

Specializations Insurance Cost Sliding scale Remote services
Anxiety, Depression, Coping Skills capital health plan, Out of Network Cost per Session: $120/session No Yes

III. What You Should Know About Tallahassee Therapy

How are Tallahassee therapists licensed?

Tallahassee therapists must fulfill a number of state and federal requirements before they can practice. In addition to holding a master’s degree from an accredited program, they need to complete 100 hours of supervision within 100 weeks, 1,500 hours of face-to-face therapy with clients, and one additional hour of supervision each week. Once this is completed, they must pass the National Clinical Mental Health Counseling Examination and courses on domestic violence and AIDS.

How much does therapy cost in Tallahassee?

On average, Tallahassee therapists charge slightly over $100 per 50-minute session. However, this rate can vary, ranging from $70 to $150 per session. While many therapists offer sliding scale fees and accept many insurance plans, it’s always safest to check beforehand to make sure you can afford their services.

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Caitlin Kingston is a licensed clinical social worker at Yale New Haven Hospital and has worked in the field since 2013. She earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Penn State University and her Master of Social Work, clinical/medical social work in 2020 from Fordham University. Her licenses and certifications include LCSW, LMSW, and CASAC.

Kingston has always had a passion for helping others and knew early on that she wanted to support others in her profession. During her undergraduate studies at Penn State, she met a social worker who inspired her to pursue a career as a therapist. She’s also trained in psychoanalytic psychotherapy with the New York School for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. Kingston completed internships working in an after-school program with underprivileged youth and their families and with inmates in the high-security sector of Rikers Island jail.

Kingston’s career has included work at a drug treatment center, where she became the supervisor of intake and assessment for individuals with alcohol and substance use disorders. Today, she’s a social worker in the Psychiatric Observation Unit of the emergency department. Kingston is also trained in perinatal mental health with a focus on helping new mothers adjust to motherhood, especially in these very difficult times of isolation.

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Caitlin Kingston is a licensed clinical social worker at Yale New Haven Hospital and has worked in the field since 2013. She earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Penn State University and her Master of Social Work, clinical/medical social work in 2020 from Fordham University. Her licenses and certifications include LCSW, LMSW, and CASAC.

Kingston has always had a passion for helping others and knew early on that she wanted to support others in her profession. During her undergraduate studies at Penn State, she met a social worker who inspired her to pursue a career as a therapist. She’s also trained in psychoanalytic psychotherapy with the New York School for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. Kingston completed internships working in an after-school program with underprivileged youth and their families and with inmates in the high-security sector of Rikers Island jail.

Kingston’s career has included work at a drug treatment center, where she became the supervisor of intake and assessment for individuals with alcohol and substance use disorders. Today, she’s a social worker in the Psychiatric Observation Unit of the emergency department. Kingston is also trained in perinatal mental health with a focus on helping new mothers adjust to motherhood, especially in these very difficult times of isolation.

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