Mark Davis is a Clinical Social Worker and therapist who challenges his clients to “Get ready to get out of the box of unhappiness” and “ignite passion for change”. Mr. Davis works with couples and individuals who are dealing with emotional conditions including depression, anxiety, alcohol or drug addictions, sexual problems, and other problematic behaviors. He offers his clients “patience, caring and a commitment to change”–the product of over 20 years of experience.
Mr. Davis’s therapeutic techniques offer clients a quick start on the road to happiness. He says that once the process begins that couples trade ‘blame and conflict’ for teamwork. He has certifications in hypnosis and sex therapy. Mr. Davis is held in high regard by his peers, the medical community and most importantly his former clients. He is a graduate of Florida State University and practices in Tampa, Florida.
Kattie Horn is a counselor that specializes in helping clients with marital discord, relationship problems and family issues. She views her job as a therapist as providing clients with the tools and skill sets to “create and maintain harmony” in all areas of life and relationships. In concert with her clients, she assists them in understanding their motivations, emotions and thoughts. This methodology enables them to see how these processes led to their current situation. From this point, she helps them change these negative modes of thought and subconscious ‘self-talk’. The product of this is a better self-concept both individually and within their relationships.
Ms. Horn has experience in treating clients suffering relationship issues due to emotional conditions such as depression, anxiety or low self-esteem. She can help couples dealing with thorny issues such as substance abuse or infidelity. The primary objective is to revive trust, love and intimacy within a relationship. Ms. Horn speaks Farsi and has experience in working with patients from many different cultures and ancestries. Ms. Horn is a graduate of the University of South Florida and practices in Tampa, Florida.
Ernesto Felipe Cuervo is a marriage, family and relationship counselor who believes that the fundamental component of a successful life is understanding and properly managing emotional states. Once an individual has this skill, they are better able to achieve a fulfilling, happy life–and are more capable of sharing in a loving and harmonious intimate relationship. He has experience treating a wide range of emotional and psychological conditions including depression, anxiety, eating disorders and anger management problems. Additionally, he is adept at helping clients who are suffering from or dealing with more serious issues such as domestic violence, infidelity, substance abuse or PTSD.
Mr. Felipe-Cuervo offers therapeutic services to a wide range of ages from children to the elderly and in a variety of contexts. In addition to couples counseling, he provides group and family counseling. He has experience in addressing the needs of patients from different ethnic and cultural backgrounds. He speaks Spanish and Russian. Mr. Felipe-Cuervo is a graduate of the University of Miami and practices in Miami, Florida.
Grace Jimenez is a marriage and relationship therapist who understands that challenges are inevitable in life. In some situations, these challenges are hard to confront without outside assistance. Her goal as a therapist is to put clients on a path to a happier, healthier and more fulfilling existence as an individual, couple or family. Her treatment methodology comes from a broad base of therapeutic techniques that she can draw from as her client’s needs require.
Ms. Jimenez has experience working with children, teens, adults, couples, families and the elderly with an emphasis on helping them deal with life changes and the stress it can produce. She is bilingual in English and Spanish and highly knowledgeable in the unique cultural issues in Hispanic and Latino populations. Ms. Jimenez is a graduate of the University of Miami and practices in Miami, Florida.
Dinora Shervington is a licensed marriage and family therapist and a professional psychotherapist. She helps improve the lives of her clients using positive psychological methods. Her focus is learning the strengths and weaknesses of each individual and how they can best work together for the good of the relationship.
In her view, the foundation of addressing all marriage and relationship problems is through an emphasis on honest and frank communication. Once a couple can share their needs and issues with each other it’s much easier to find a resolution that works for both. Ms. Shervington also has the experience and training to work with individuals and couples dealing with depression, anxiety, and other emotional conditions. in treating trauma, depression and anxiety in individuals and couples. Ms. Shervington has a degree from Carlos Albizu University and operates a practice in Miami, Florida.