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  Indian Harbour Beach, FL Therapist        

Self-ImprovementWelcome in the New Year with the decision to stop living the same stressful unfulfilling life.   If you feel trapped in a negative behavior pattern, keep experiencing negative self-defeating thoughts, or just can't stop worrying, please call Active Counseling Center, LLC in Brevard County, Melbourne, FL area  to receive some help for anxiety, relationship issues, couples and marriage counseling, and stress management type issues.  Working with the right therapist can provide you with an objective active listening ear to explore your situation and develop goals as part of the process.   Life does not have a remote control, you have to get up to change it... We all need help sometimes to get "unstuck" from a negative pattern of living, thinking, or feeling.  Confidential counseling services in Melbourne, FL area are provided by a licensed and experienced therapist.

Where: 2194 Hwy A1A, Suite 309, Indian Harbour Beach, FL  32937      
When:  By Appointment Only  **We are unable to accept new clients at this time
How:   Call 321-431-5551 and be sure to speak with someone before you complete information on the Secure Client Log-In.    We are moving to a fee for service practice and as of May 1, 2018  we will no longer be accepting insurance for services rendered.

This in no way obligates you or guarantees that you will enter into a client-therapist status with Active CounselingIf this is a crisis situation, please call 911 as this is not a crisis agency.  Thank you.

Therapy can help provide a fresh perspective and clinical insight on a difficult problem so you can move in the direction of a solution. The benefits you obtain from therapy depend on how well you use the process and put into practice what you learn.
We are not a crises practice setting.  If you are thinking about suicide or believe that you are at risk of harming yourself or another person, please immediately Call 911 or the National Hopeline Network at 1-800-SUICIDE  1-800-784-2433 or The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Call 1-800-273-8255 (TALK), or TEXT 741741 and you will be connected to a Crises Counselor.