Searching for a mental health specialist in the Tampa area doesn’t have to be a struggle. With our network of specialists, TherapyTribe is here to help you find the right mental health professional who can tailor a treatment specifically to your needs. Browse therapist pictures, bios, and blogs, then use the quick list feature to pick a handful of therapists that meet your individualized needs. Getting on the right path for mental wellness is easy with help from TherapyTribe.
Known for its sunny skies and warm weather, Tampa — and the surrounding Tampa Bay area — is a vacationer’s paradise. But if you live here year-round, you know the area is more than just beautiful beaches. It has one of the top children’s hospitals in Florida and a world-renowned cancer hospital. It also boasts some amazing therapists who have the credentials and experience to help with all types of mental disorders.
Tampa is a multi-generational city and has a substantial military presence. The therapists in Tampa handle a variety of mental health concerns, including addiction and drug abuse. The Tampa Bay area has fought a war against prescription drug abuse and it seems to be winning. But if you are still struggling with the ups and downs of addiction, finding a therapist who specializes in this area will help you (and your family) get on the road to recovery quicker and with more confidence in your success.
Tampa’s military and veteran’s community is strong. The James A. Hailey Veteran’s Administration Hospital offers veterans a multi-disciplinary team of physical therapists, psychologists, and psychiatrists as part of their Center for Post Deployment Health and Education. This team focuses on treating the entire body, since much of the mental anguish from these conditions presents itself in physical pain. These conditions include Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and depression.
Depression is not just a condition for returning servicemen and women. Depression affects people of all age groups and ethnicity. While depression in the elderly can easily go un-diagnosed due to a lack of attention or interaction, a new study out of the University of South Florida in Tampa attributes hearing loss as a major inducer of depression, particularly among women and people younger than 70. Depression isn’t something you have to struggle with on your own, and it won’t cure itself. You need to work with a therapist who can help you get to the bottom of the cause – whether it’s hereditary, physical and/or environmental.
The key to success is making sure that you are comfortable with your therapist. Ask yourself important questions before picking one. Are you more comfortable with a male or female? Do you prefer a certain type of treatment? What is the therapist’s expertise? Finding a therapist who meets all your needs will make your treatment more successful.
Treatment doesn’t have to be costly. Many therapists accept insurance. Verify this with the practice when you book your appointment, and check with your insurance company about the particulars of what they cover. Maintaining your mental health is as important as your physical well-being. Finding a therapist who specializes in the area you’re struggling with is the first step to getting the help you need. TherapyTribe can help you find someone you can communicate with; someone whose methodologies are in line with your own beliefs; and someone who can help you find the most beneficial treatment to get you back to your best.
Top Symptoms Treated
- Anxiety or Fears
- Relationship and Marriage Counseling
- Loss or Grief
- Trauma and PTSD
- Anger Management
- Addictions or Substance Abuse
- Child or Adolescent Issues
Top Therapist Types
- Marriage and Family Therapist
- Clinical Social Work/Therapist
- Licensed Professional Counselor
- Life Coach
- Professional Christian Counselor
- Drug and Alcohol Counselor