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If you find yourself needing a mental health professional, Boca Raton offers many options across a wide array of niches and specialties. From alternative medicine such as auricular therapy and acupuncture, to traditional behavioral modification or cognitive behavioral therapy, or even general practitioners and family therapists - Boca Raton is sure to have what you're looking for and TherapyTribe can make your search easier with our directory of mental health professionals.

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Naomi Berger, LMFT, LMHC, CAP, EDS, ACS, Marriage and Family Therapist

Do you want to get to the bottom of your difficulties in the first session? I work with you to help you overcome personal and relationship struggles and move forward by utilizing the most effective therapy modalities to bring about changes you want.

1900 Glades rd #352 Boca Raton, Florida 33431

t: 561-866-9476

f: 5619881323


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Dr. Lynn Rosen Lampert, Psychologist

I absolutely love working with all kinds of relationship issues. I work with couples to reconnect and reignite the passion in their relationships I connect easily and quickly with all kinds of clients and view this as a partnership in which we work together to create your dream relationship.

2900 N. Military Trail Suite 165 South Bldg. Boca Raton, Florida 33431

t: 5614515799

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Dr. David L. Ransen, Ph.D., MFT, IMT, Marriage and Family Therapist

After 35 years, Dr. Ransen can help relieve your stress, anxiety, depression, and relationship problems by identifying your strengths, empowering you to recover the inner peace and spiritual balance that you once enjoyed. If you are dissatisfied after the first session, your fee will be refunded.

2295 NW Corporate Blvd. Boca Raton, Florida 33431

t: 561-865-6112

w: Delray Holistic Therapy

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Dr. Barbara Winter, Psychologist-Sexologist: PhD FAACS, Psychologist

Are you where you want to be in your life? As a Psychologist, Sexologist & Relationship Expert, I offer a solution focused approach in a safe trusting collaborative environment to help you remove obstacles and help you move forward with your emotional, sexual and spiritual health.

2900 N. Military Trail #165 Boca Raton, Florida 33431

t: 561-995-4004

f: 1-800-525-9227


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South Florida Counseling Services, , Therapist

Linda Offner is a Columbia University educated and trained psychotherapist, attorney and author who has decades of experience working with individuals, couples, families and businesses. She specializes in depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, relationship issues, grief, anger and addiction.

2200 NW Corporate Blvd., Suite 307 Boca Raton, Florida 33431

t: (561) 558-6308

w: South Florida Counseling Services

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Mrs. Maria Sue Butler, LMFT Diplomate,Certified of Anger Management, Therapist

Families are the most important elements of society. We believe that healthy families form great communities. It all starts with the couple. We do intense couples and family therapy. Our relational skill
building approach has helped many couples and families to reduce violence, and

2799 N.W 2 ND Ave Suite 117 Boca Raton, Florida 33431

t: 954-740-9369

w: Action Relational Therapy of Florida Inc

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Boca Raton is a city of 84,392 (according to the 2010 census) in Palm Beach County, Florida. Boca Raton featured a significant population boom starting in the 1920's and now finds itself home to an aging population that finds nearly 50-percent of its residents over the age of 45.

The aging population in Boca Raton is cause for concern not only for continued growth in the region but also due to increased health care costs for the region as well as a disproportionately high number serious mental health concerns such as dementia, Alzheimer's disease, or depression. Just like any other area with an aging population, Boca Raton has a higher than national average rate for dementia patients - categorized as a degenerative condition that causes long term loss of the ability to think, speak, and reason. In fact, Boca Raton has the highest number of dementia patients in the state of Florida. In addition, as the nationwide average of Alzheimer's (a form of dementia) instances goes down, Boca Raton is reporting year-over-year growth in the number of confirmed cases. 

With only approximately 30-percent of the Boca Raton's population falling within the societal norm for starting a family (18 to 44 years of age) and less than 8% of the population being under 18, these numbers start to paint a picture of population decline and increases in the total cost of health care for the region. Due to this, the numbers of mental health diagnoses will - statistically speaking - continue to rise with it. The reason for this is two-fold.

One, the brain ages just as any other part of the body does, and often times mental health begins to fade just as other organs - such as the heart or lungs - would.

Two, the decrease in overall health often brings mental health problems such as depression. This phenomenon has been researched by numerous organizations and the findings are overwhelmingly in the favor of physical health having a major impact on mental health and vice versa. For example, older adults with physical health conditions such as liver disease have statistically significant increases in rates of stress, anxiety and depression. Conversely, untreated depression, stress or anxiety can wreak havoc on mental function or blood pressure.

Boca Raton is a retirement haven that features a median age of 43, as opposed to a median age of 35 for the rest of the United States. While statistically significant, those who live in Boca Raton are afforded the luxury of some of the best healthcare in all of the United States and this leads to a higher than average lifespan in comparison to the rest of Florida, as well as the United States as a whole. This number is quite impressive due to Florida as a whole ranking 49th in the United States in mental health services.