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.
Meetings with Therapist Trainees cost $40 with even lower fees available for those in need. Each Therapist Trainee offers a free phone consultation to help you decide if their skills and style are a good fit for you.
Morse Therapy Group serves as a training site for FSU doctoral students. These students serve as Therapist Trainees and are clinically supervised by Dr. Tracey Morse. Because Therapists Trainees need to receive thorough supervision, all meetings between clients and their Therapist Trainee are audio recorded. These recordings are only used for training and supervision at Morse Therapy Group.
Throughout our lives, many of us will endure periods of distress whether due to an event, relationships, or life transitions. It is my belief that each of these experiences provide us with the opportunity for self-exploration and personal growth. My previous work with Veterans and power-based violence survivors has allowed me to see the potential within each individual as they regain a sense of self following such tragic situations.
In my practice, I aim to provide a safe, non-judgmental space in which we focus on collaboration towards your established goals. I have an integrated approach to therapy rooted in person-centered psychology in which I follow each individual’s journey at their own pace. In addition, I pull techniques from feminist theory, family systems theory, and cognitive behavioral therapy. By using an integrated approach, I am better able to view people from a holistic perspective, addressing all areas of life. My goal is to help individuals process their life journey with the hope of them reaching their fullest potential.
In addition to my therapeutic practice, I am currently pursuing a combined doctorate degree in Counseling Psychology and School Psychology from Florida State University. My research interests include relationship formation following traumatic experiences, Antovosky’s theory of sense of coherence or how one views their world and life events, as well as suicidal experiences.
If you are interested in learning more about working together, please call me (850) 556-7944 ext. 4 for a free phone consultation.
Diana Carbonell, MSW