Couples seeking a nurturing and healing counseling experience can find just that in Kathleen Triebwasser. With the benefits of an intimate private practice, Dr. Triebwasser seeks to support her client’s growth with mindfulness, sensitivity, and creativity. Dr. Triebwasser works to provide a place of healing and support as she encourages couples to make healthy choices that make a difference in their lives.
Kathleen Triebwasser studied at the University of North Florida and has been in practice for more than twenty years. Dr. Triebwasser is a Life and Wellness Coach and uses it as a means for guiding clients through life transitions in their marriage, family, personal growth, career, health and wellness.
She accepts clients of all ages and all sexual orientations. She also practices a variety of treatment approaches including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Art Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral, Eclectic, Gottman Method, Humanistic, Hypnotherapy, Interpersonal, Mindfulness-Based, and Solution Focused Brief.
Average sessions with Dr. Triebwasser are between $100 and $150 and she accepts a few select insurance providers. She also accepts a variety of methods of payment.
Those that prefer a faith based session, specifically Christian, can turn to Bruce Quinlan. Once a skeptic of Christian counseling, Dr. Quinlin is now a Christian mental health counselor.
He is known to have a warm and comforting style and employs an emotionally focused approach when helping couples. He also uses three different prayer models to help clients heal from the root cause of their symptoms.
Although Dr. Quinlin has not been in practice as long as most, he has a very diverse background giving him a great deal of personal experience to rely on. He studied at Ashland Theological Seminary and University and he is an ordained minster.
Dr. Quinlin also has a Master of Arts in Professional Counseling, a Masters in Divinity, two Masters in Business, and he is a CPA. Dr. Quinlin uses a variety of treatment approach including: Attachment-based, Cognitive Behavioral, Emotionally Focused, Existential, Gottman Method, Integrative, Motivational Interviewing, Psychoanalytic, Relational and Transpersonal.
He works with clients facing issues in anxiety, codependency, depression, domestic violence/abuse, family conflict, infidelity, self-esteem, and spirituality.
Typical sessions with Bruce Quinlin are between $80 and $100. He does make use of a sliding scale and a variety of payment methods are available. He is also considered out of network with insurance providers.
Susan Gillespy studied at University of North Florida and has been in practice for more than fifteen years. Sessions with Dr. Gillespy are for those interested in truly making a change and that are courageously willing to put in the effort it takes. Dr. Gillespy takes a family system approach to her treatments, as she believes that many of the factors that influence our current way of thinking and acting are rooted in influences of our original family.
Dr. Gillespy specializes in relationship issues, depression, and anxiety and she works with clients struggling with issues ranging from divorce, domestic abuse/violence, grief, and parenting. She is willing to work with clients from all age ranges as well as sexual orientations.
Sessions with Dr. Gillespy are between $110 and $110 and she accepts MasterCard and Visa. She does accept insurance as well from a few select providers.