My office is located in St. Petersburg, Florida. If you don’t live locally I also offer Online Therapy remotely via Skype and Google Hangouts.
How can a Marriage & Family Counseling and Child Therapist benefit your relationship?
As a family therapist Dr. Jeri DeVale offers relationship and(or) marriage counseling to help you build long and happy lives together. She can help deepen intimacy in your relationship by creating better communication skills. She also offers therapy for children either individually or together with one or both parents.
She offers counseling for traumas that impact relationships such as serious illness, loss of a child, parent or friend, and sudden job loss. There are many other issues that could be impacting your marriage, please see the list below for common issues that Dr. Devale treats.
What if my partner refuses to go to therapy or I want to work on issues alone?
Many issues that can impact a relationship are within the individual and you may not even realize how much power you have to improve your marriage just by changing your own behavior. So coming in for individual therapy is very beneficial if you feel there are ongoing issues and your partner won’t agree to therapy or you have relationship issues that you wish to work on individually.
Here’s a list of just some the conditions I offer treatment for that can impact a relationship:
- Anger Management
- Infidelity / Cheating
- Grief and Loss
- Low Self-Esteem
- Anxieties and Fear
- Parenting concerns
- Children’s mental health
- Communication Problems
- Not Feeling in Love
- Physical Health Changes
- Sexual Disorders
- Lifestyle Changes
- Boundary Issues
- Childhood Issues
- Family Conflict
Online or telephone appointments must be paid in advance by credit card or check. You can use Pay Online located on this website’s menu to pay securely via Paypal. Flexible fees. PPO insurance and Credit Cards accepted. If you have insurance information, send it to me in advance of your session by fax or regular mail, and I will give you an invoice that you can send to your insurance company for reimbursement.