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TTHI Counseling Center in St. Cloud 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.
We are experienced in treating depression, substance abuse, PTSD, and other mental health disorders. Because we offer individual, group and family counseling, we can tailor your mental health needs in a way that will best restore your health and self-esteem. We believe in a personalized approach and work to help you achieve your goals. Our licensed counselors will work with you to individualize your treatment and optimize your recovery.
We offer both inpatient and outpatient treatment options at our St. Cloud Counseling Center, including our Women’s Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) and Recovery Home.
Our behavioral health services are available for children (seven years and older), adolescents and adults. We’re proud to serve a diverse range of individuals including veterans, families and individuals recently released from the justice system.
We work closely with several agencies throughout the state of Florida, including the Department of Children and Families and the 9th Judicial Circuit. We are a contracted provider for the Florida Safety Council.
We accept most major insurance providers, including Medicaid and Medicare. To see if your insurance plan is included, you can click here.
Our St. Cloud Counseling Center is located just south of East Lake Tohopekaliga and downtown St. Cloud. We’re happy to serve the residents of Osceola County.
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Dr. Jaymes GonzalesPh. D., Clinical Director for TTHI Counseling Centers
Dr. Jaymes Gonzales is a Licensed Psychologist and graduate of the University of Alaska Anchorage-Fairbanks Clinical-Community Psychology Ph.D. program. He has worked with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families over a 15-year career that includes a variety of inpatient and outpatient service settings. His professional special interests include phase of life transitions, identity development and change, depression, anxiety, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), premarital counseling, court ordered treatment, gender-rooted clinical issues and role demands, and working with LGBTQ-identifying individuals. In addition to psychotherapy and clinical assessment, he is experienced in providing clinical supervision, individual and agency-level consultation, teaching university psychology courses, program development and management, cross-cultural service provision, rural and remote-rural service development and delivery, and telehealth services. His research areas of interest include cultural and personal identity development, identity changes throughout the lifespan, healthcare access, and the use of technology in clinical service delivery. Outside of work, Jaymes enjoys kayaking, hiking, snowboarding, camping, playing soccer, and is an avid Seattle Seahawks fan.
Felipe FonsecaLMHC, MCAP, ICAD, Clinical Counselor
Mr. Fonseca is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and a Certified Master’s Level Addiction Professional. He is a graduate of Grand Canyon University with a double Master's in Mental Health and Addiction Counseling and has achieved the recognition of Certified Anger Management Specialist I. Mr. Fonseca is a Certified Facilitator for Thinking for a Change (T4C) and a member of the National Anger Management Association, The Association for Addiction Professionals (NAADAC) and the American Counseling Association (ACA). His experience includes work with children, adolescents, adults, couples and families, as well as the LGBTQ community in outpatient and residential settings. He is experienced in a variety of issues, ranging from individualized self-improvement goals, treatment for anxiety and depression, chronic medical conditions, trauma care, family reunification and pre- and post- adoption counseling. Mr. Fonseca joined The Transition House in 2011 and is a former clinical supervisor for the Residential Program. He is fluent in English, Spanish and Portuguese. In his spare time, he enjoys cooking and spending time with his family and his rescued dogs.
Sarah SandbergMS, LMHC, Clinical Counselor
Sarah Sandberg has a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology and is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in the state of Florida. She has an educational background in community and cross-cultural themes in psychology and sociology. Ms. Sandberg's experience includes counseling and management within community mental health agencies, supervising and assisting clinical teams, providing services based on individualized client needs, and assisting with transitional services for residential clients returning to their home communities. Through her work, she has coordinated behavioral health services for individuals participating in juvenile justice programs, by facilitating communication between her client’s parents, juvenile probation officers, and aftercare service providers to ensure quality, continued care upon completion of the program. She now works as a clinical counselor at TTHI Counseling Center in St. Cloud. Sarah's hobbies include spending time with friends and with her baby, watching movies, and spending time outdoors.
Joy MoodyClinical Social Worker, Lead Clinician, Women's PHP
Joy Moody is a Clinical Social Worker at the St. Cloud outpatient facility. Joy graduated with her Master’s from the University of Southern California with a sub-concentration in military social work. Ms. Moody began her relationship with The Transition House as a student intern at the men’s residential program. Her current role is Lead Clinician for the 90-day Women’s PHP program. Joy facilitates group therapy sessions as well as individual sessions with clients. She also sees clients outside of the women’s program, including children, adolescents, adults and couples. Her hobbies include anything that keeps her active. Joy trains for and runs obstacle course races as much as possible when she is not engaging in her children’s activities, and she is a proud member of the Steeler nation!