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Psychological Associates, P.A.
Psychological Associates, P.A is a multi-specialty mental health practice. In this day and age, it is extremely important to take time to focus on mental and emotional health. Our clinicians are here to listen to you and develop a treatment plan specific to your needs. We offer a variety of services including but not limited to counseling services for adults and children, medication management and forensic services. We will work with you to nurture healing from serious trauma or the challenges of every day stress. Your mental health is our priority.
For information or to schedule an appointment, please call (850) 434-5033.
A psychiatric evaluation is performed by a licensed physician who has also completed at least three years of training in psychiatry.
A psychological evaluation for an adult consists of an interview to obtain information about emotional or behavioral symptoms as well as any social issues.
Some times, psychological testing can help improve the accuracy of diagnosis or to understand a client's thoughts and relationships.
Individual psychotherapy involves one-on-one interaction between a therapist and a client.
Interactive psychotherapy involves interaction between a therapist and a client who cannot understand language sufficiently for a verbal psychotherapy to be completely helpful.
Family psychotherapy involves a therapist meeting with two or more members of a family.
Systems psychotherapy involves a therapist meeting with members of a group. The group can be an extended family or can be a group of people working together.
Group psychotherapy involves a therapist meeting with a group of people.
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