Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, State of Florida
Certified Clinical Trauma Professional
Dareece is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist for the state of Florida. She graduated from Chapman University with a Master’s degree in Psychology and an emphasis in Marriage & Family Therapy. She is a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional and has extensive experience working with individuals suffering from PTSD.
“I’m not afraid to stand beside those who are dealing with the effects of trauma, and I’m open to helping you work through those feelings. I believe that my role is to be completely present during the therapeutic process, serving as a guide and facilitator for my clients. I strive to create the safest space possible for people to express and process their feelings while learning how to better cope with stress, anxiety, and depression.
As a Black woman in America, I understand the painful and traumatic effects that living with racism and discrimination can have. I also know the struggles of living in areas of the country that lack ethnic diversity in the general population. So, if you’re looking specifically for a therapist who shares your experience and is willing to discuss and help you with these issues, please feel free to reach out to me.
I also work with couples of all types who are facing issues in their relationship and need guidance in areas such as: communication, infidelity recovery, compromising, and emotional intimacy. Additionally, if you and your (ex)partner are already on the path of separation/divorce and have children, I can assist you both with transitional communication skills and general co-parenting going forward.
So, whatever issue you may find yourself facing today, please consider me as an option to help you on your journey toward improved mental health!
Special note: *I’m currently only seeing adult clients (21+). Also I do not take on clients who are actively self harming or actively suicidal. If that is the case, please refer to someone with specific training/experience in those areas or seek emergency services. Thank you.