Female therapists in Jacksonville, Florida FL
Marriage and Family Therapist, LMFT
Cindy Yu is a bilingual (English and Mandarin Chinese) Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the states of both Florida and Alabama. She is well-trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy, solution-focused therapy, Bowen’s theory, Gottman Method, CBT, and more. Cindy believes that each client is comprised of unique yet charismatic components such as personal upbringings, religious beliefs, and cultural backgrounds, that all contribute to narrate a cohesive personal story. This fundamental ideology has cultivated her into offering her clients unconditional positive regard and respect, while tailoring her treatment orientations to better serve each client’s individuality. Her passion is to help individuals, couples, and families to understand the misunderstood, to discover hope from the hopelessness, to speak the unspoken, and to seek possibilities through the impossible. Cindy also has a background in the medical field where she has obtained a strong foundational knowledge for medical diagnosis and medications. She understands the intricacy between medical burden and mental health.
2 Years Experience
Licensed Mental Health Counselor, LMHC, MA
Two of my deepest held beliefs that I get to live out in my work as a therapist is my belief in the inherent worth of each person and the unlimited potential that lies within all of us. Counseling with me is a shame free space. I thrive in being able to create safety in sharing, connection in being well understood, and assistance in helping people more fully express their experiences in life. I'll help you disentangle yourself from fear, pain, and confusion and to emerge into a peaceful and connected life that you love.
7 Years Experience
Psychologist, MPsy, PsyD
The concept of Sound Mind Sound Body LLC is based on an Ancient Greek proverb that in order to be truly healthy, one must be healthy in both mind and body-if there is an imbalance, there is less fulfillment in one’s life. My goal is to help you to achieve that balance. There is an obvious emphasis in attaining physical health, and too often, there is less emphasis on the importance of mental health. In particular, how mental health can be impacted by physical health, and how physical health can impact mental health. Whether you experience chronic illness, trauma, identity issues (sexual orientation, ethnicity, the roles we play)-these are all areas that can affect one’s overall health. As a clinical psychologist, I have years of experience working in all these areas and hope to serve you to improve your well being. As someone who also struggles with chronic illness, specifically Crohn's Disease and PSC, my personal experience can also be helpful in improving understanding and treatment. Asking for help is hard, especially when you are in pain or feeling isolated. It's a brave step to reach out for help. I strive to help you find your healthiest self and to improving your quality of life. Feel free to e-mail: email@example.com
7 Years Experience
Marriage and Family Therapist, MS, MFT
Hello there, and welcome! On your journey of self-discovery, remember that one step at a time, you'll find your path. We're all unique, continually growing, and giving our best effort. So that brings me to ask the question: Do you ever find yourself caught up in comparisons with others or in search of your place in this world? Let's explore that together. I work with clients who are ready to start a rewarding adventure of self-exploration and inner healing. Whether you’re seeking to overcome past traumas, navigate life transitions, or cultivate a deeper sense of self-worth and awareness, I provide a safe and non-judgmental space for you to learn and grow.
1 Years Experience
I have a boutique practice where I work with adults and couples on personal development, anxiety/depression, relationship/communication issues, parenting solutions and boundary setting. As a graduate of California State University Northridge, I attended Pepperdine University and later received my Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from CSPP. While completing my Fellowship at UCLA in the Department of Psychiatry, I was a Research Associate and Lecturer in Neurology. I offer my life experience as a wife and mother of two, I understand the pressures that arise trying to create meaningful lives in a world full of pressures.
18 Years Experience