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TTHI Counseling Center in Longwood offers a diverse range of services including psychiatric evaluations, Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) using Vivitrol or Suboxone in combination with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), behavioral health services, substance use and substance dependence evaluations, and psychological testing.
Individual and group therapy is available with our certified and licensed counselors.
Our goal is to restore your health and self-esteem. Our comfortable, supportive atmosphere, coupled with an individualized approach to your treatment are some of the ways we help you to attain your health goals. We believe in a holistic approach to behavioral health and know that every case is unique. We are here to guide you and help you learn to make healthy decisions to live a more productive life.
Our Longwood Counseling Center accepts referrals from the Florida legal system and is a provider for the Florida Safety Council.
We also offer the Batterer’s Intervention Program which is a 29-week program that focuses on the causes of domestic violence, its effects on the family and recovery.
We accept most major insurance providers, including Medicaid and Medicare. To see if your insurance plan is included, you can click here.
Our Longwood Counseling Center is located off of SR 434, close to Lake Brantley and south of Wekiva Springs. We are happy to serve residents in Central Florida, including Orange and Seminole Counties.
Bryan McCormickMS, LMHC, Clinical Supervisor
Bryan McCormick attended the University of Central Florida where he received his Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology. He is licensed as a Mental Health Counselor for the State of Florida. Mr. McCormick got his start working with adolescent offenders through the Department of Juvenile Justice. Through his work as a counselor, he has assisted clients struggling with a wide range of difficulties including substance abuse and chemical addiction, anxiety, depression, grief and loss, trauma, anger management, emotional regulation, and psychotic disorders. Mr. McCormick also has experience working with children, adolescents, and families. He joined The Transition House in 2016 and is currently serving as Longwood's Clinical Supervisor. When he isn't working, Bryan enjoys outdoor activities like kayaking, hiking, and being in nature. His interests also include technology and electronics.
Laura "Lorelei" CoeMA, LMHC
Lorelei Coe, is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who began her counseling career in community mental health settings working with children, adolescents, and adults in individual, group, and family sessions. Ms. Coe attended Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University where she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Human Factors Psychology before pursuing her Master of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She has provided counseling in substance abuse treatment settings at a medication assisted treatment facility and has experience helping clients navigate through depression, anxiety, substance use, relationship issues, stress management, psychosis, grief and loss, trauma, crisis, and transitions through life changes. Ms. Coe began her career with The Transition House in June 2019. Outside of the office, she spends her time traveling, kayaking, and going to the beach.