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"Reclaiming life one thought and one breath at a time." 


Dr. Smith understands there are many reasons someone might seek professional therapeutic support. Sometimes an individual needs a safe, confidential place to “think out loud” and sort things out. Everyone encounters life situations such as illness, death of a friend or loved one, or other life transition issues. During those times it can be very helpful to speak with someone you trust to respect your privacy, be non-judgmental, and possibly offer insights from another perspective.

At other times, a person may need help finding the motivation to act in ways to improve their work lives or relationships. And of course, if someone is suffering from depression, trauma response, or other painful or difficult experience, there is no reason to suffer any longer than necessary, or to go through it alone.

Dr. Smith works with adults, from late adolescence through adulthood and end of life. Her training draws from scientifically-tested approaches which have been found effective in addressing various issues and concerns.  She combines a true desire to understand with deep compassion and state-of-the-science treatments.

Sometimes Dr. Smith may assume more of a coaching role, sometimes Cognitive-Behavioral steps are considered the best approach, and there may be other times when one needs to go deeper and understand the underlying influences acting upon one’s patterns, behavior, thoughts, or feelings. There is no one-size fits all; Your therapy is about you and for you.

Call and speak personally with Dr. Smith today.


Calendar of webinars and other events

To be announced. Contact us (305-804-5418) for more information.


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The “mind-body connection” refers to the link between one’s thoughts and behaviors and physical functioning, especially health and performance. Many spiritual belief systems have recognized the link for thousands of years, but only recently has dedicated, empirical investigation been conducted to understand the connection. The science is sound and the results from simple changes can be amazing and profound.

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