Orlando and Clermont, Florida
It can be a difficult decision to begin therapy, but once you have made the decision;
you have begun the process of change. Although therapy is an investment of time,
energy and recourses, the rewards can be great.
|Lessen your experience of anxiety and depression|
|Improve your communication with others|
|Learn new coping skills and stress management|
|Better understand why you make the choices you do|
|Learn about obesity, weight loss, and how to achieve a healthy diet and lifestyle|
|Improve your relationships|
|Decrease symptoms associated with anorexia, bulimia, or compulsive eating|
|Learn anger management|
|Learn about surviving child abuse or domestic violence|
|Manage symptoms associated with panic attacks|
|Help your teenagers move on to college and increase their indepenence.|
Dr. Pamela Mark
Licensed Psychologist .407-697-7173.
605 E. Robinson
Street, Suite 103
Adult and Adolescent Psychologist & Family Therapist
Dr. Pamela Mark is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in the
treatment of eating disorders, trauma, cutting, men's issues and family therapy.
Depression, anxiety, and compulsive behaviors are common symptoms that Dr.
Mark's patients have struggled with; through the exploration of their feelings,
thoughts, and behaviors many patients experience personal growth and
symptom relief. She often works as part of a multi-disciplinary team, working in
conjunction with nutritionists, teachers, physicians, psychiatrists, and other
healthcare providers to insure comprehensive care. Dr. Mark works well with
gay, lesbian and transgendered populations.