Clinton Greene, MA, Practicum Therapist
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I take a collaborative approach to therapy. I believe that the relationship between therapist and client is essential for progress. Therefore, emphasis is heavily placed on building and maintaining that relationship throughout the process. I used evidence-based practices and assessment results to drive therapeutic intervention.
I have treated individuals who have anxiety, depression, ADHD, personality disorders, and adjustment concerns; both individually and in a group setting. I enjoy working with individuals from a variety of backgrounds.
I graduated with a master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from Florida Gulf Coast University, a program accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs. I am currently pursuing my doctoral degree from Florida State University in a combined Counseling Psychology and School Psychology program.
If you are interested in learning more about working together, please call me (850) 556-7944 ext. 1 for a free phone consultation.
Morse Therapy Group serves as a training site for FSU psychology doctoral students. These students serve as Practicum Therapists and are clinically supervised by Dr. Tracey Morse. Because Practicum Therapists need to receive thorough supervision, all meetings between clients and their Practicum Therapist are audio recorded. These recordings are only used for supervision at Morse Therapy Group.
Meetings with Practicum Therapists cost $40, with even lower fees available for those in need. Each Practicum Therapist offers a free phone consultation to help you decide if their skills and style are a good fit for you.
Group therapy is a cost-effective treatment option that research clearly shows is effective for depression, anxiety, and much more. To give you an idea of the cost-savings, a month of group therapy meetings could cost $200 for 6 hours of treatment while a month of individual therapy meetings could cost $360 for just under 4 hours of treatment.
For more information about group therapy options, please visit the "Groups-Classes" or "Contact Us" tabs or call (850) 556-7944 x3.