Tampa Bay Center of Relational Psychology

Psychologists and Therapists

Jaclyn Lam

Jaclyn Lam

M.A.

Meagan Gillespie

Meagan Gillespie

LMFT

Michael Marks

Michael Marks

Psy.D.

Jeanne Peterson

Jeanne Peterson

Psy.D.

Christian Berrios

Christian Berrios

Psy.D.

Samantha Wagner

Samantha A. Wagner

Ph.D.

Valerie Siegman

Valerie Siegman

LMHC, LMFT

Sharon Maisonet

Sharon Maisonet

Psy.D.

Nicole Alexander

Nicole Alexander

Psy.D.

David Alexander

Psy.D.

Amy Davis

Amy Davis

LCSW

Lindsay Frey

Psy.D.

Angel Montfort

Psy.D., PMH-C

Sharie Fábregas

Sharie Fábregas

Psy.D.

Kelsi Clayson

Kelsi Clayson

Psy.D.

Gabriella Silva

Gabriella Silva

Doctoral Extern

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Susan L. Rarick

Ph.D.

Jennifer Richardson

Psy.D.

Danielle Driscoll

Danielle Driscoll

MFT Extern

Jill Lagner

Jill Langer

Ph.D.

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Deborah A. Spence

LMHC

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Zoe LaBarbera

MFT Extern

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Sally Breedlove

MFT Extern

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Gina Burr

MFT Extern

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Monica Lamie

MHC EXTERN

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Psychologists and Therapists

practicing at Tampa Bay Center for Relational Psychology have a preference for using treatment strategies that have received research support for their effectiveness. Examples of these interventions include Emotionally Focused  Couple Therapy (EFT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) for self-harming behavior, and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for depression and anxiety. We believe the best care is tailored to the patient’s specific treatment needs and goals and is an effective and efficient form of intervention. Your psychologist will often build ongoing assessment into the therapy process to assist in identifying problems accurately as well as to monitor your progress in treatment. We provide care to you in a caring, respectful climate – appreciating the struggles you are experiencing and encouraging and supporting you in making changes.

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