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StPetersburgTherapy is currently offering the convenience of Telemedicine via Doxy.me.
If you would prefer to meet via Telemedicine please contact the offices of StPetersburgTherapy by email so we can make arrangements for your next appointment. PLEASE NOTE: This option does require that we have 24 hours notice.
Otherwise, if you would like to meet in person, our offices are still open at 840 Beach Drive Northeast, St. Petersburg, Florida. If you have safety concerns, please let me know and you can wait outside of the building on the front porch and I will meet you there to open all appropriate door handles using an alcohol wipe. Your health and safety are of the utmost importance to StPetersburgTherapy, and we are doing our best to create the healthiest environment in order for your therapy to continue without any interruption.
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Annette Reiter is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Career Counselor in St. Petersburg, Florida. (MT 1896). Reiter has a full time practice in downtown St. Petersburg, where she provides individual, couple and group therapy. As a GS 120 ™ Trained and Licensed Counselor, Annette helps guide people to the best career choices at any time in their lives. She is a certified Qualified Supervisor for post graduate registered interns in the fields of Marriage & Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling, offering individual and group supervision.
Past elected board member of Florida Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (2011-2012)
SPEAKER AND AUTHOR Besides providing therapy and career counseling in St. Petersburg, Annette is also known nationally for her expertise on parenting and Generation Y. She is routinely invited by organizations to speak on various topics. Some of these include the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists and Eckerd College in St. Petersburg. Additionally, she is the co-author of Launching: Parenting to College and Beyond.
Annette received her undergraduate degree from the University of CA, San Diego in Psychology and obtained a Masters in Marriage, Family and Child Counseling from the University of San Diego.
Healthy Youth Development, Parenting,
Family Therapy, Abuse Recovery, Marital Affair Recovery, Divorce,
Emotional & Physical Abuse, GS 120 ™ Trained and Licensed Counselor
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You've taken the first step to finding a counselor that will be a match for you personally and help you work though life’s regularly bumpy road. Allow me to give you some highlights to my style and what you can expect in therapy with me. The web is a fantastic way to find a therapist but nothing can compete with the in person meeting, so if you find you like what you see and read here and you live in the Tampa Bay Area be sure to give me a call so we can have a complimentary phone consult and take the next steps from there.
What’s a Marriage and Family Therapist
As a licensed marriage and family therapist in the state of Florida I practice a type of therapy based on systems theory. In short, systems theory is based on the idea: “the whole is greater than the some of it’s parts”. It is a relatively new form of therapy, from the 1950’s, and I try to take a look at the entire system a person is operating in and how to make changes to alleviate the current discomforts. Since it was one of the first psychological theories to treat ‘systems’ it was called ‘marriage and family’ but for my practice I see individuals, couples, and groups using this systems theory approach.
Well first off I can’t change you into anybody or thing you don’t want to change into. You are completely in charge of our therapy if you hire me, as an expert to consult in your life experiences. I often compare myself to an architect, I have a lot of good ideas on how and where to build your house but in the end, you build it, live in it and pay for it. I work hard and care deeply for my clients’ wellbeing, but I cannot do their job. Therapy lasts for an hour, the rest of therapy happens outside of session, where you will make changes and do your own work as you see fit. I have been a counselor in Florida since 1999, and most of the feed back I receive from clients and colleagues revolves around my personal strength of clarity and I have been called a “straight shooter”. To be clear, I am NOT Dr. Phil in style, but I am clear, and to the point.
When we first meet, I expect you to be interviewing me to see if I am a fit for you. Some clients do this more formally with a list of questions and others evaluate their comfort levels with me. If by the end of the first session you have any thoughts that basically are, “this lady can’t help me” I would hope that at the very least, I could be of help finding you a better therapeutic match. I will be assessing more about the dynamics of your situation and making sure I have complete clarity on what you need help with. I usually take notes during our first session, as a memorization tool. Typically, by the end of our first session we will begin to draw out a treatment plan together with therapeutic goals. Occasionally in the second session we may still be working this out. My sessions are usually 55 minutes long.
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(727) 826-6807 (Landline)
840 Beach Drive NE, St Petersburg, Florida 33701, United States
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