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Habit & Behavior Change

Audra Boxma
Center for ADHD, Behavior Change, and Social Success/Revolutionary Learning Center
11321

At the center, we provide a full array of services to help your child become the best version of him/herself! We offer individual, family, and group therapy which is solution-focused, skills based, cognitive-behavioral therapy. We also have social skills and emotional regulation groups for 1st graders up to high school students. In addition, we have intensive camp programs. The wrap around therapy/homeschool program is offered to 6-12 th grade students in our 3,300 sq ft suite. Our Executive Functioning tutoring program is also available at our office or at your location. Last, we have a pediatric occupational therapist, Masters level nutritionist, and Masters level educators to assist your whole child’s needs socially, emotionally academically.

Cicily Santora, LCSW
Monarch Wellness
SW8528

Cicily is also versed in 12-Step modalities and understands the unique challenges that accompany recovery. Consultation with your medical providers will be provided, as applicable, to promote better outcomes. Children, adolescents, and adults are seen with developmental needs in mind. Appointments are available in the evenings and Saturday.

Frank, Jeffrey LCSW
SW 13065

Specializing in Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy

Goddard, Megan
Sunshine State Counseling Center
SW13332

Sunshine State Counseling Center has two therapist’s/co-owners: Diana Salazar, LCSW, RPT (who is fluent in both English and Spanish) and Megan Goddard, LCSW, RPT. At our center we empower individuals, children and families to build and develop their strengths by providing therapeutic services based on a compassionate, ethical and professional approach.

Powell, Wendy
Wendy Powell Counseling
MH14663

I see children, teens, adults, and families. I use a combination of treatments including Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Structural Family Therapy. DBT is a cognitive behavioral treatment that is effective with a wide range of issues including, anxiety, self-harm, depression and suicidal ideation. Structural family therapy focuses on increasing communication within a family.

Dr. Warren D. Keller
East Amherst Psychology Group

Dr. Warren D. Keller was the founder of the East Amherst Psychology Group, the largest group practice of Psychologists in the Western New York area specializing in the treatment of children, families, and adults prior to relocation to Naples, Florida. Dr. Keller was trained in Pediatric Neuropsychology at the Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan and completed his internship in the Department of Child Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Women and Children’s Hospital of Buffalo where he was formerly the Chief Psychologist at the Robert Warner Rehabilitation Center. He has been in Independent Practice for over 30 years. Dr. Keller’s research and clinical interests are in the differential diagnosis of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and other related learning disorders. he has presented locally, nationally, and internationally on this topic. Dr. Keller is a member of the American Psychological Association, the National Academy of Neuropsychologists, the Florida Psychological Association, as well as other professional organizations. Adults and families consult with Dr.Keller for a variety of concerns and services.
Divorce & Collaborative Parenting
WIth the beginning of new relationships, the passage of old relationships can be a time of significant stress for parents, partners and children. Families in transition often experience difficulty adjusting to the changes brought about by separation and divorce. Both parents and children require emotional support and guidance to insure existing relationships are not only maintained but remain healthy and stable. It is Dr. Keller’s commitment to assist families in moving towards relationships that are protected and enhanced with professionalism, warmth and compassion. Dr. keller has been assisting parents and legal professionals with parenting assessments and access issues for over thirty years. It is his intent to guide families through the process of divorce by empowering them to make healthy decisions regarding their future. Dr. Keller is on the roster of approved Parenting Coordinators in the Eighth Judicial Distrcit of New York, and the Twentieth Judicial District of Florida. Dr Keller’s practice in new York is limited to both forensic and family law matters. Dr. Keller is a member of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals of Southwest Florida and is an Affiliate Member of the Family Law Section of the Collier County Bar Association. Dr. Keller provides services in the following areas:

Pre-divorce counseling
Mediation of Custodial issues
Assisting families in transition
Helping families grow through collaborative parenting
Post-divorce adjustment counseling
Enhancing new relationships
Building parenting teams for blended families
Early Neutral Evaluations (ENE’s)
Court ordered Custodial Evaluations and Parenting Assessments
Parenting Coordination
Experience in working with professional who practice both traditional and collaborative matrimonial law

Monarch Wellness
SW11103

Margo has been a psychotherapist since 1997. She provides a warm, friendly and supportive therapeutic setting to maximize personal growth. She is a licensed clinical social worker in the state of Florida. She had her own private practice for 8 years in New Jersey until moving to Naples in 2014.

Margo works with clients from age 18 years old to seniors citizens providing individual and couples counseling for a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, relationship conflicts, loss issues and grief. She utilizes a combination of therapy methods including cognitive behavioral therapy, exposure techniques and rational emotive therapy to address issues of depression and anxiety. She identifies family of origin patterns and utilizes emotional-focused therapy to address relationship conflicts. She provides education to normalize situations and to help improve insight.   Margo focuses on processing losses and grief issues through active listening while identifying and strengthening coping skills.

Margo is available for morning, day, and evenings appointments.

Frank, Rick LPC, PMHC
Monarch Wellness
PMH1487

My journey to be a counselor has many twists and turns.  After a life changing event in 2009, I returned to school receiving my Masters in counseling in 2011 from Troy University, Montgomery, Alabama.  My decision to enter counseling was influenced by caring counselors that helped me a difficult time in my life. I have felt called to pay it forward by helping others with life situations that prevent them from living a meaningful life. I have my LPC license in Alabama and currently have my Provisional Mental Health License in Florida.  My wife and I felt God was calling us to South West Florida to use the gifts He has given us to serve Him and help others, so we took a huge leap of faith and moved in 2017.

My primary background in counseling has been in substance abuse working with individuals and families that are affected by this devastating disease.  People with addiction are not bad people but are dealing with a disease that affects them physically and emotionally.  Substance abuse is often a symptom of deep underlying issues that have not been dealt with. The person affected is using the only coping skill they know how to use.  Through caring therapy, a client is able to address underlying issues to achieve a level of recovery that allows a rebuilding of life and relationships.

I also have experience in counseling with individuals and couples who struggle with life circumstances that seem overwhelming.  Listening with an open mind and offering constructive feedback are important keys to helping a client resume an emotionally stable life.  In other cases, counseling may involve in-depth analysis of the problem and hard work resolving the issue.

I have been married to my loving wife for 43 years. We have two daughters and three grandchildren (two grandsons and one sweet granddaughter).  The decision to move to South Florida was a difficult decision as it meant leaving them to start a new life, so our visits are always enjoyable.  I understand the importance of self-care and quality time with those I love, which is something I enjoy helping clients learn as well.

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