Anxiety Therapy Can Be Fun
Ashley Gersh LMHC is one of the best and most qualified anxiety therapist in Florida because of her extensive knowledge and experience in helping clients manage and cope with anxiety and depression. Ashley has worked as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor for over 10 years, and her passion for helping individuals in need has shaped her into one of the most qualified professionals in therapy. From her experiences in individual, family and group settings, Ashley Gersh LMHC has developed an extensive understanding of anxiety therapy. Cognitive, behavioral, and interpersonal dynamics all underlie depression and anxiety. Ultimately, Ashley stands out from the competition because of her compassionate and non-judgmental approach as well as her ability to develop unique treatment plans and therapy groups.
Ashley Gersh LMHC is also an experienced, compassionate, and knowledgeable depression therapist who is ready to help you take back control of your mental health. Ashley is committed to providing quality, evidence-based counseling approaches tailored to meet the specific needs of her clients while equipping them with the tools to recover from this devastating mental illness. Ashley has specialized training and experience in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT). She has an extensive background in providing individual, couples, and family therapy. To book your session with Ashley Gersh LMHC, simply call her office and a professional team member will be more than happy to assist you. To find a therapist is not easy but Ashley Gersh promises to make the process easy and fun for you because she understands. Anxiety and depression is not something can be rushed and because of this she takes the time to devise the easiest plan of action with you.
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