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Dr. Roberta Marowitz, Ed.D., LMFT

Office: Dr. Roberta Marowitz
237 Lookout Place
Maitland, FL 32751
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Web Site: www.drmarowitz.com
Profession: Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and Psychotherapist
Services: Psychotherapy/Counseling
Telehealth (Video/Phone) Therapy
Career Evaluations and Counseling
Coaching
Consultation Services to Employers
Employee Assistance Counseling
Mediation
Psychoeducational Evaluations
Return to Work Conference
Collaborative Family Law Practitioner
Parent Coordination
Marriage and Family Therapy
Family Law Mediation/Gerontological Mediation
Practice Description:
I am providing video conferencing and phone to accommodate safe social distancing. I can instruct you on how to use it. I am a Distance Counselor and experienced in telehealth. HIPPA compliance is important to protect your privacy. Please do not hesitate to contact me. Stay safe, stay well.

I am a highly experienced, well-trained psychotherapist. For over 35 years, it has been my pleasure to help people with a broad range of issues. My clients have included people dealing with low self-esteem, stress, anxiety, phobias, panic, depression, relationship, employment and medical issues. Most typically, people come to therapy because of concerns about relationships. Relationships may be troubled, full of anger and mutual misunderstanding. Another common problem is trouble in finding a partner. I find that therapy can help identify and resolve the issues getting in the way of intimate relationships.

Most people try therapy after many attempts at solving their problems in other ways -- After a while, they realize that talking about their unhappiness, dissatisfaction and disappointments to friends or family might make them feel better for the moment, but the sense of feeling better doesn't last.
Friends and loved ones can give emotional support and suggestions, but are frequently unable to affect any real lasting change. Although they care, they are not trained to deal with underlying issues that cause or exacerbate problems..

The type of therapy I offer, is therapy in which clients work in collaboration with me to pursue increased understanding of their difficulties -- often beneath the surface of conscious awareness, that are interfering with and preventing their happiness and feelings of satisfaction -- and to resolve the issues that keep these difficulties alive.

Although depression and anxiety are the most frequent symptoms motivating clients to try psychotherapy, there are many others that underlie unhappiness -- such as: unsatisfactory interpersonal relationships, parenting problems, troublesome habits, poor self-control, low self-esteem, marital conflicts, a sense of emptiness, feelings of stagnation, and creative blocks.

And, some try therapy to resolve everyday problems such as career decisions or vague feelings of discontent.

I work with people of all ages -- from teens to those in their much older years. The format of my work is with individuals, couples, families and groups. My training includes a variety of approaches such as cognitive behavioral psychotherapy solution-focused psychotherapy, dynamic short-term psychotherapy, family and couples psychotherapy, group therapy and life coaching. I completed my pre doctoral internship at Lorton Correctional Youth Center, and my postdoctoral fellowship at The George Washington University. My experience includes university crisis counseling, research on parenting with the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention, graduate teaching and supervision at the University of Central Florida, Troy University and Private Practice and Clinical supervision of practicing psychotherapists or psychotherapists in training. In accordance with the couple issues I often work with, I am a Qualified Parenting Coordinator and a Certified Supreme Court of Florida Family Mediator.

I am Past President of the American Mental Health Counselors Association. I treat individuals and couples in an emotionally safe, confidential, non-judgmental, compassionate and comfortable setting. As a practicing psychotherapist, as well as life experience in teaching and other professions, along with personal experience including parenthood, I bring a breadth of experience to most of the myriad of conflicts experienced through the various stages of life.

I am available to discuss questions you may have at 407-865-3855, before your first appointment. My fees are reasonable and reimbursable by some insurance companies. Weekday, evening and some Saturday hours can be scheduled. My office is conveniently located. I look forward to assisting you.
Practice Specialties or Interests:

(Strengths are
in bold text)
Relationship Issues
Marriage & Family Therapy
Co-dependency
Addictions
ADHD
Adjustment Disorder
Adult Children of Alcoholics
Anger Management
Anxiety Disorders/Phobias
Asperger's Syndrome
Bipolar Disorder
Child Abuse
Chronic Physical Illness
Cognitive Disorders
Communication Disorders
Crisis/Trauma
Depression
Divorce/Dissolution
Domestic Violence
Dually Diagnosed Individuals
Ethnic/Cultural Issues
Gay/Lesbian Issues
Gender Identity
Grief/Loss
HIV/AIDS-related Issues
Impaired Professionals
Infidelity
Life Transitions
Men's Issues
OCD
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Pain Management
Parenting Issues
Personal Growth
Personality Disorders
Physical Disabilities
PTSD
Self-esteem
Sexual Abuse
Stress Management
Substance Abuse
Women's Issues
Certified Supreme Court of Florida Family Mediator
Older Adults
Qualified Parenting Coordinator
Age Specialties: Adolescents
Adults
Elders
Session Formats: Individual
Couples
Family
Group
Workshops
Treatment Approaches: Behavioral
Cognitive/Cognitive-Behavioral
Developmental
Eclectic
Existential/Humanistic
Family Systems
Multicultural
Neuropsychology
Psychodynamic
Psychosocial
Reality
Self Psychology
Solution-Focused Brief Therapy
Gottman Marriage System
Humanistic
Additional Demographic Expertise: African American
Christian
Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transgender
Jewish
Latino American
Military/Veterans
People with Disabilities
Women/Feminist
Education: Doctorate
The George Washington University, 1982

M.S., University of Bridgeport, 1977

B.S., State University of New York @ Plattsburgh, 1976
License #: MT652
License State: Florida
Additional Licenses/ Certifications: Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist #652 and Florida Qualified Clinical Supervisor
Qualified Parenting Coordinator
Collaborative Family Law Professional
Certified State of Florida Family Law Mediator
Certified Clinical Mental Health Counselor #656
Professional Affiliations:
Past President - American Mental Health Counselors Association
National Board of Certifed Counselors
International Academy of Collaborative Professionals
Fee Schedule: Payment is due at the end of each session. Sliding scale is available, in accordance with need.
Accepted Insurance: Aetna
Beech Street
Blue Cross
Blue Shield
CIGNA
United Behavioral Health (UBH)
UnitedHealthcare
Only Cigna - In Network. Others out of network
Insurance and Billing Instructions: Dr. Marowitz will write you a receipt to submit to your insurance plan, should they reimburse you. If she is an in-network provider for your insurance, she will bill your insurance company directly. Credit cards are accepted.
Office Hours: Weekdays and evenings
 

Dr. Roberta Marowitz, Ed.D., LMFT, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and Psychotherapist in Maitland

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Years in Practice:  Over 30
Gender:  Female
Accepting New Clients:  Yes
Sliding Fee Scale:  Yes
Prescribe Medication:  No

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