We hope this finds you and your loved ones safe and healthy. We understand this is an uncertain time that is causing our community increased anxiety with the growing concern over COVID-19.
Our mission is to continue to provide mental health services to the Tampa Bay community and to support our patients in getting the care they need to cope effectively through this difficult time in the safest manner possible for all of you, your families, and our community.
Following the recent state and federal government recommendations for social distancing, starting Monday March 16th and continuing until it is safe to resume in-person sessions based on public safety recommendations, we are providing virtual visits using the free and secure Doxy.Me Telemedicine Website.
The following changes are being implemented:
Please see below for instructions on how to conduct a virtual session via video conference using the free Doxy.Me Telemedicine application:
You will receive the Website URL for your provider. Click on the URL link to connect to your session. If you have any questions or problems using the Doxy.Me website, please contact Pam @ 813-386-6800 prior to or as soon after your scheduled appointment as possible. We ask that you sign into the virtual waiting room at least 5 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time. If there is a problem with the Doxy.Me process, your provider will call you using the preferred phone number contact that we have on file.
Thank you all for your understanding and support of our efforts to comply with the most recent CDC Social Distancing Guidelines. If you would like the most up-to-date information on COVID-19 and the importance of Social Distancing as a pandemic mitigation strategy, please click on the following links to the CDC and Johns Hopkins University:
Please check our Resources page for links to information about coping with corona virus related stress.
Florida Medical Psychology Associates
We provide an array of empirically validated services to address individual patient needs. The most common reasons for seeking treatment include mood and anxiety disorders (such as depression, generalized anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder), life transitions (such as divorce, job loss, retirement, new parenthood, empty nest, bereavement), recent health events, and interpersonal conflict, to name a few.
General services include: assessment, psychotherapy, couples counseling, family therapy, coaching, consultations with businesses and organizations, & workshops. Treatment approaches include evidence based: cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), positive psychotherapy, insight oriented, problem-solving, and mindfulness/relaxation methods.