Demographic Expertise: LGBTQ+, Men, Women clients.
Accelerated Resolution Therapy
Approach Description: Through warmth, acceptance, and encouragement I help my clients overcome painful past experiences and maladaptive coping that gets in the way of personal wellness, emotional health and success. I aim to foster flexibility, openness and connection to build each client a life worth sharing.
Education & Credentials
Heidi Ison MSW, LCSW, QSP, BCD
License # SW 9771
Licensed in Florida
Practicing Since 2007
Education: Graduated with honors from Rutgers University, among the top 25 Social Work schools nationally, with a Master's degree in Clinical Social Work and have continued professional education in Prolonged Exposure, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Radically Open DBT.
Average Session Fee $210
Out of Network
Super bills can be provided for you to file with your insurance company for reimbursement if you have out-of-network benefits.
Online Therapy Details: Confidential discussion through Simple Practice and Zoom
Heidi Ison Practice Description
RO DBT is designed for people that struggle with over-thinking, trouble relaxing, rigid or inflexible responding, excessive self control, avoidance of feelings or expressing emotions, maladaptive perfectionism, and high levels of loneliness. People with over-control (OC) tend to mask emotional expressions, sometimes without even knowing they are. Many OC's have a high-attention-to-detail focus (other's behaviors or household or work tasks), and find they ruminate when things are uncertain or unexpected.
Overcontrol has been linked to social isolation, poor interpersonal functioning, hyper-perfectionism, rigidity, risk aversion, lack of emotional expression, and difficult to treat mental health problems including chronic depression/anxiety and personality disorders.
RO DBT is the only therapy that is specifically designed to treat overcontrol and works with client's unique biology (threat sensitivity and excessive self-control) to help with mental health issues.