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Jaye L Anderson, West Palm Beach Marriage Counselor

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Jaye L. Anderson, LCSW

Jaye L. Anderson, LCSW

Address: 1645 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd., Suite 1200, West Palm Beach, FL 33401

Phone: (561) 308-9818

Website:  www.jayeandersonlcsw.com

Email: jayeandersonlcsw@gmail.com

 

ABOUT JAYE:

Jaye Anderson is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker specializing in working with women who are 25 years old and older. She specializes in teaching her clients ways to experience happiness learning the ability to understand major life challenges, as well as depression, anxiety, and abuse and trauma. She has over 12 years of experience as a therapist graduating from Florida Atlantic University. Jaye began her career working with women who are addicted to drugs and alcohol for over 10 years. Since that time, she is currently working in private practice in the West Palm Beach and surrounding areas. 

Jaye focuses on a client-centered individualized approach to working with each of her clients. Her therapeutic approach includes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Solution Focused Therapy. Utilizing these interventions Jaye is able to provide support and compassion by effectively assisting her clients in addressing personal life challenges. She assists clients by coaching and encouraging each client to help them focus on their strengths; thereby increasing and building self-esteem and confidence to face future life challenges.

Education: 

  • 2004 Bachelor's degree in Social Work  from Florida Atlantic University

  • 2006 Master's in Social Work from Florida Atlantic University

Licenses and Certifications: 

  • 2009 License in Clinical Social Work, State of Florida, License #SW11280

  • 2016 Master Addiction Counselor, NAADAC Association for Addiction Professionals

 

Marisa Hughes, EMDR Trained Trauma Therapist

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Marisa Hughes, LCSW

Marisa Hughes, LCSW

Address: 2499 Glades Road, Suite 107, Boca Raton, FL 33431

Phone: (561) 251-9754

Website:  www.MarisaHughes.com

Email: marisa@marisahughes.com

 

ABOUT MARISA:

Marisa Hughes is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Boca Raton, Florida, who specializes in trauma. She received her Masters in Social Work from New York University and is trained in EMDR, a highly effective modality for the treatment of trauma. Marisa also has experience teaching Social Work at the Master's level as an Adjunct Professor at Florida Atlantic University. 

She helps her clients facilitate healing at a deeper level, getting straight to their core issues and igniting true and lasting shifts in their lives. She works with adults and teenagers providing an array of support including in-person therapy, web-based therapy through HIPAA compliant video conferencing, and tele-therapy. Marisa is committed to helping her clients get unstuck, facilitating healing without assumptions or judgment. 

Many people think of trauma as horrific life experiences such as physical and sexual abuse, or combat. While trauma is those things, it is also emotional abuse, financial loss, moving, divorce, career loss, grief, and anything else that negatively impacts your life or requires emotional adjustment. If you are struggling with feeling stuck, call Marisa to set up your first appointment. Healing is possible. 

 

Crystal Nasser, LCSW

Crystal Nasser, Infant Mental Health Specialist and Registered Play Therapist

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Crystal Nasser, LCSW

Address:  11911 US Highway One, North Palm Beach, Florida 33408

Additional Location: 6801 Lake Worth Road, Greenacres, Florida 33467

Phone: (561) 352-6192

Website: www.healthymindedkids.com

ABOUT CRYSTAL:

Crystal Nasser, LCSW, Registered Play Therapist and Infant Mental Health Specialist, is one of the few therapists in South Florida that limits her practice to working with infants and young children.

Through play and filial therapies, Crystal is able to provide counseling to parents/caregivers and their children who find themselves amidst varied emotional and behavioral challenges. These early intervention techniques often result in increased pro-social behavior that heightens the child’s self-confidence, self-control and school readiness.

Previously, as the Director of the Institute for Clinical Training at local non-profit, The Center for Child Counseling, Crystal not only focused on developmentally appropriate treatment interventions for very young children using Play Therapy, but also provided professional development training for graduate level interns, child care workers and other mental health professionals.

Crystal has presented at countless seminars and workshops aimed in training other licensed professionals and child care providers in play therapy methodology throughout Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade counties. In addition, Crystal serves as a board member for the MCL Foundation, which focuses its resources on easing the financial burdens and emotional distress of local children and families in crisis.  Of recent news, Crystal is the newly elected president of the Palm Beach-Martin County Chapter of the Association of Play Therapy.

Crystal received her BS in Psychology from Florida State University and Masters Degree in Social Work from Florida Atlantic University before becoming a licensed clinical social worker.

Map to Crystal's North Palm Beach Office:

 

Map to Crystal's Greenacres Office:

 

Ashley Le Grange, MA, NCC, MHC

NORTH PALM BEACH ADOLESCENT/TEEN THERAPIST: ASHLEY LE GRANGE

Ashley Le Grange

Address: 11911 U.S. Highway 1, Suite 308, North Palm Beach, Florida 33408

Phone: (772) 263-3964

Website: AshleyLeGrange.com

Email: Ashley@AshleyLeGrange.com

ABOUT ASHLEY:

Ashley Le Grange, National Certified Counselor, Licensed School Counselor, and Licensed Mental Health Counselor, specializes in adolescent (ages 10+)  and family therapy maintaining a private practice in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. In addition to her private practice, Ashley stays up to date with schools in the community offering presentations regarding pivotal adolescent topics, conducting specialized groups and is also a prevention specialist for FCD/Hazelden.

Ashley began her journey in the counseling field at Nova Southeastern University in 2007. After deciding to double her major to mental health and school counseling, Ashley transferred to Adams State University in Colorado. She graduated with honors in 2010.

Currently Ashley is seeing patients individually, has also designed an all girls summer leadership program, presents at local schools, runs groups, and travels to over thousands of schools all over the world to deliver an educational program on alcohol and drug education. She has previously worked as an admissions specialist and recovery care specialist at the Hanley Center/Caron Foundation as well as a primary counselor for adolescents at Family Recovery Care Specialists and an Eating Disorder Counselor at Oliver Pyatt Center in Miami, Florida. Ashley was also the junior high school counselor at Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart, which is an all girls’ school in Miami, for three years.

While at Carrollton, she assisted students in furthering their educational, physical, psychosocial, and emotional growth. She was responsible for designing and implementing a developmentally appropriate curriculum, directing students when faced with the challenges of modern life, particularly through individual and group counseling, as well as through parent and faculty consultation. Ashley also conducted multiple parent psycho-educational groups. At Oliver Pyatt Center, Ashley was responsible for designing and running groups based on addiction and relapse, and also counseled individuals, families and couples. After working at Oliver Pyatt, she joined two of the best addiction therapists in Miami, Ray Estefania and Ana Moreno. While working at Family Recovery Specialists, Ashley conducted bio-psycho-social-spiritual histories and summary evaluations, counseled adolescents and their families, and ran substance abuse groups 4 nights a week.

In addition to being a prominent adolescent therapist, Ashley has presented at the Florida School Counseling Association Conference (FSCA), to the school counselors of Miami Dade, and to general audiences speaking on the topics of substance abuse, eating disorders and developmental growth of young women between the ages of 8-18 (covering the full array of cognitive, emotional and social growth).

Ashley is an interactive, solution-focused therapist that enjoys using a cognitive behavioral approach. Her therapeutic approach is to provide support and practical feedback to help clients effectively address personal life challenges. She integrates complementary methodologies and techniques to offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each client. With compassion and understanding, she works with each individual to help them build on their strengths and attain the personal growth they are committed to accomplishing.

 

Justin H. McManus, LCSW

PALM BEACH GARDENS CHILD THERAPIST: JUSTIN H. MCMANUS

 

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Justin H. McManus

Address:  8895 N Military Trail, Suite 300-E, Palm Beach Gardens, FL  33410

Phone: (561)  472-0397

Website: www.cornerstonecounselingpb.com

Emailjustin@cornerstonecounselingpb.com

ABOUT PALM BEACH GARDENS CHILD THERAPIST JUSTIN H. MCMANUS

Justin H. McManus is a licensed therapist in Palm Beach Gardens who is passionate about proving a warm, accepting environment where children, adults and families can experience psychological healing through evidence-based psychotherapy.

Justin has been practicing in south Florida since 2002 and specializes in the treatment of children, adolescents and families with issues including depression, anxiety, family conflict, abuse and trauma, and addictions. Justin also has several years of experience treating adults, particularly in recovery from addictions, and is a Certified Addictions Professional.

Justin earned his Masters in Social Work from Florida State University in 2001 with a focus on marriage and family counseling. Over the past decade, he has worked with children & adolescents in a variety of settings including two residential group homes, an alternative school, and a community mental health agency.