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Deutschman, Daniel A., MD
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Escott, Margot, LCSW
SW1708

For over thirty years I’ve been working with addictions, co-dependency and mood disorders. I use CBT and Mindfulness Meditation in my practice.

Frank, Jeffrey LCSW
SW 13065

Specializing in Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy

Harris, Ellen
MH8980

Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Certified Employee Assistance Professional(CEAP), and a Substance Abuse Professional (SAP). Works with adults 18+ and couples. Combines modalities of coaching and brief solution oriented counseling. Specialties include working with individuals coping with adjustments or changes that take place during the life cyclei including healthy aging, relationship issues, divorce, grief, retirement issues, caregiving, and coping with adult children.

Kirchhoff, Reid
Dr. Marilyn J. Varcoe & Associates
IMH 13365

Dr. Marilyn J. Varcoe & Associates

Noble, Anna LMFT Monarch Wellness
MT2907

Through challenges in her personal and her professional life, Anna has come to believe that a program that promotes true wellness must include strategies for a healthy body, mind and spirit. With this holistic approach, Anna will assist you in overcoming your obstacles in order to achieve an approach to life that meets your needs, is fulfilling and creates happiness. Whether the challenges facing you are due to problems at your job, difficulties in your relationships, or experiences in your past, Anna will coach you through the necessary changes so that your past will not determine your future.

Rosen, Janice, LCSW
SW5539
Seavey Christopher
Christopher Seavey, LMHC, PA
MH3547

Solo Practice

Whalen, Mary Ann LCSW Monarch Wellness
SW11450

Mary Ann is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the states of Florida and California. She has worked in the mental health profession intermittently for over 30 years, taking a seven-year hiatus to raise her two daughters. Her work has focused on helping individuals achieve the behavioral and psychological goals they aspire to achieve. Psyche as soul is foundational in Mary Ann’s work; she views each individual as on their own unique path of self discovery.

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