Jaclyn Thompson Is Now Offering Services!

Jaclyn Thompson has a B.A. in Psychology and is currently pursuing her Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling at the University of South Florida, focusing on Marriage and Family Therapy. Jaclyn works with couples, families, adolescents, and adults. Her focus areas include conflict resolution, relationship connection, family transition/life events, depression and anxiety, parent-adolescent communication, and emotional exploration. She works under the supervision of Dr. Jeanne Peterson.
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COVID-19 In-Office Procedures

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Samantha Wagner, Ph.D. Is Now Offering Services

Dr. Samantha Wagner is a Postdoctoral Psychology Resident who works with couples, families, and both adult and adolescent individuals. She specializes in working with relationships issues, complex family or interpersonal dynamics, aging, challenging emotional experiences, and life transitions and uncertainty. Dr. Wagner utilizes an integrative approach that emphasizes emotion-focused and ACT interventions to help create emotional healing and a fulfilled life with satisfying relationships. From this lens she addresses issues including relationship betrayals, regulation of painful emotions, adjustment to aging or end-of-life, self-esteem problems, management of uncertainty, and interpersonal effectiveness, among others. She works under the supervision of Dr. Jeanne Peterson.
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Hold Me Tight® Couples Workshop

Often couples say that they experience the same troubling patterns with their partners over and over; although the topics may vary, the end result - of conflict and disconnection - seems the same. It’s so frustrating not to be able to get your message across and have your partner understand what you need. Sometimes communicating, itself, seems risky – will it lead to more disconnection and distress? Despite your deep love and desire for your partner, it can feel that you are miles apart. If you’ve experienced the same thing, you may wonder why it happens as well as how you can get out of those cycles and back to smooth sailing with the one you love. 
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