Psychotherapy Associates of Broward (PAB) is a small psychotherapy practice located within an upscale semi-residential community. Our practice is differentiated not only by the diversity of its members but by a holistic family approach that leads to practical systemic family solutions. We provide our clients with a group of Marriage and Family counselors and other specialists with wide range of interests who provide services to individuals, couples and their families
Our clinicians have been pre-selected to meet the specific needs of a multitude of different populations and ethnicities. In addition to these services, our practice provides special services for children with learning disabilities, severe adolescents concerns, addictions, and compassionate care for the elderly. Clients visiting our office are delighted that we offer a rich selection of services in a sophisticated setting by a staff of compassionate, caring and respectful individuals. As a group, we take pride in our ability to provide expeditious and yet comprehensive collaborative health care.
Our primary goal is to deliver state-of- the- art therapeutic care through collaboration and cohesive teamwork. In addition, we have a variety of resources and referrals outside of our office because our clinicians maintain reliable contacts through community involvement. This provides relationships within community agencies, hospitals and other organizations that widen our resource base to empower our patients. Therefore, I take pride in the introduction of this unique group of clinicians for services at Psychotherapy Associates of Broward.
Dr. Babette Rosabal, PhD, LMFT, LMHC
Dr. Babette Rosabal, PhD, LMFT, LMHC, offers over twenty years of seasoned therapeutic experience as an individual, couples, and family therapist. Babette is known for her ability to achieve trust and outstanding connections with her clients that reap rewards for them far beyond their time in therapy. Having twenty-five years of marriage and being the mother of two successfully accomplished young adult daughters, she can effectively analyze conflicts within all age groups that are tailored to their specific and individual needs. Babette is trained in a variety of techniques and treatments and is able to fastidiously customize a plan for each patient that can include, but is not limited to: marital counseling, divorce and relationship counseling, GLBT issues, anxiety, depression, stress, low self-esteem, PTSD, and grief counseling.
Dr. Rosabal has a natural bond with adolescents permitting the development of collaborative relationships. Her strength based solution-oriented approach with this age group helps her to foster trust, therefore achieving optimal individual and systemic goals.
Dr. Rosabal receives numerous client referrals from patients who have attended therapy in her office. Many clients are also referred by pediatricians, psychiatrists, and other health care professionals who have experienced first-hand Babette’s compassionate therapeutic work. Many of her patients report that she is able to help people achieve significant change in a relatively short period of time.
Dr. Rosabal received her doctorate degree from Nova Southeastern University and holds a dual license as a marriage and family therapist and a mental health counselor in counseling psychology. Babette is a competitive triathlete and emphasizes health and wellness in her work as a clinician.
Dr Rosabal is the owner of Psychotherapy Associates of Broward (PAB) founded in 2011. PAB provides each client with a uniquely intimate and comfortable experience. Each therapist has been rigorously selected because of their expertise and positive outcomes. As a collaborative team, PAB provides a personal experience for all clients. Please call our office for a free phone consultation or to discuss making an appointment with Dr. Babette Rosabal or any other clinician in the office at 954-321-3543, firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com at 954-557-7007.
Miriam “Mimi” Stevens, MS, LMHC, NCC, CGAC
Miriam “Mimi” Stevens, MS, LMHC, NCC, CGAC, offers over 23 years of caring, insightful, and gentle assistance to those needing help with resolving issues that prevent them from living their lives to the fullest.
Mimi is known for her intuitive nature into quickly identifying the issues. Her relaxed personality and open demeanor make it easy for her patients to develop a trusting relationship which she believes is essential to success in therapy. She is able to create a safe and open environment for her patients to comfortably share their thoughts and feelings.
Mimi tailors the therapy to the needs of her patients. In her practice, she has experience working with a wide range of issues affecting individuals, couples, and families. Her experience includes working with addiction (alcohol and chemical dependency, gambling, etc.), martial/relationship issues, anxiety/panic disorders, depression, parenting, grief and loss, life/work stressors, and women’s issues (infertility, menopause, abortion, etc.).
Mimi has been a resident of Florida for 38 years, she has been married for 36, and a mother for 25. She received her undergraduate degree at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pa., and her masters degree in counseling psychology from Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Fl.
Dr. Maribel Del Rio-Roberts
Dr. Maribel Del Rio-Roberts is a Licensed Florida Psychologist who specializes in the assessment and treatment of children, adolescents, and adults. Dr. Del Rio-Roberts has extensive experience with psycho-educational and psychological assessment including conducting evaluations for Gifted, Learning Disabilities, ADHD, Autism, developmental evaluations with young children, anxiety/depression, as well as assessing processing and memory issues. With her background and specialized training in the diagnosis of autism, Dr. Del Rio-Roberts has become an invaluable source of information and support for her patients and their families. When appropriate or referred, she also provides Autism diagnostic assessments and report writing using empirically supported measures such as the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS) and Autism Diagnostic Interview-Revised (ADI-R).
As the principal investigator on two university based grants, Dr. Del Rio-Roberts collaborates with community partners to examine the transitional period of young adults with developmental disabilities. In addition, she is a co-principal investigator on several grants focused on autism assessment, case management training programs, and parental improvement. Dr. Del Rio-Roberts has shared her knowledge on child mental health issues as a consultant on television and radio. She has written several articles related to qualitative research and is the author of The Playful Minds Coping Skills Program: A Treatment for Pediatric Oncology Patients. Dr. Del Rio-Roberts teaches as an Assistant Professor of Human Services at Nova Southeastern University ’s and is the Program Director for the M.S. in Developmental Disabilities at NSU. She supervises Psychology trainees (practicum students, interns, postdoctoral residents) on psychological evaluation and intervention.
Dr. Del Rio-Roberts holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Florida International University , a Master’s Degree in Psychology from Carlos Albizu University , and a Psy.D. from Carlos Albizu University. In the profession, she is a member of the American Psychological Association (APA), National Association of School Psychologists, and World Association of Infant Mental Health.
Samantha Eve Morris, LMFT
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Dedicated to improving and transforming lives, Morris explains, “My mission is to help people of all ages achieve personal and professional growth so they can embrace a new sense of focus as they begin moving in brand new, positive directions.”
Establishing a compassionate, empathetic rapport with adults, teenagers and children, Dr. Morris addresses emotional and challenging life situations utilizing a systemic strength-based, solution-oriented approach to therapy adapted to individual needs. Beyond families and individuals, businesses often retain Dr. Morris to successfully enhance communication in the workplace and promote conflict resolution.
During comfortable, relaxed sessions, Dr. Morris imparts effective coping mechanisms for expediently dealing with a myriad of prevalent issues such as anxiety, anger, domestic violence, substance abuse, behavioral concerns, co-parenting and inter-personal relationship strains. Dr. Morris’ background in sports also lends unique insight into the high demands placed on athletes and related complexities including stress, burnout, and sport/work/school/personal life balance.
When it comes to “success status,” it’s not complicated to understand why Dr. Morris receives rave review testimonials from people now on the path to experiencing more productive, fulfilling lives. She emphasizes, “I actively seek to help my patients achieve their goals - and I truly love what I do!”
Dr. Morris currently serves as the Clinical Director for Family Psych Central, contracting with the renowned behavioral health group Psychotherapy Associates of Broward in Davie.
Samantha Eve Morris. DBH, LMFT
Doctor of Behavioral Health DBH
Psychotherapist LMFT #MT3125
Michele Nickles, LMHC, LMFT
Michele Nickles is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She received her Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Miami and a dual Master's Degree from Barry University. She has been serving adults, adolescents, families and couples in South Florida for 18 years.
Michele uses an eclectic approach to therapy to best fit her clients needs. She believes in each individual's ability to resolve the issues in life that are preventing them from reaching their full potential. Therapy is goal oriented within a comfortable, safe and supportive environment. Whether to address relationship and family issues, explore debilitating personal issues, heal from loss, or to enrich the quality of life, clients will be helped to identify problems and initiate strategies that will help provide positive outcomes. In addition, as a 20 year cancer survivor, Michele understands the journey from diagnosis to wellness. She enjoys working with people to physically, spiritually, and emotionally heal and enhance their lives.
Michele is a Florida Native and has been married to her college sweetheart for 27 years. She is a member of the American Counseling Association and the Broward County Mental Health Association.
Insurances accepted include United Behavioral Health, AvMed, Humana and Florida Blue.
Shlomit Manson, MS, LMFT
Seeking help generally comes as a result of emotional upheaval and being “stuck without a way out.” This may involve marital relationship, family issues, co-parenting disagreements, or deeply personal struggles. When you make an appointment for yourself, or for your family, you are that much closer to feeling hopeful and on a positive path to change. The environment you will find at Psychotherapy Associates of Broward is warm and welcoming, supportive, non judgmental and unbiased. Above all, the therapeutic process is consistently oriented to achieving your goals and your needs.
Shlomit Manson, MS, LMFT Works with a broad spectrum of clients, individual, couples and families. She is a relational practitioner emphasizing immediate goals as well as long-term plans. Her therapeutic style provides support and practical feedback to help clients effectively address personal and professional life challenges.
She offers a special expertise in working with co-parents and their children before and after separation or divorce emphasizing children’s wellbeing.
In therapy she utilizes a combination of clinical methodologies and techniques with a highly personalized approach tailored to each client. Her belief that no two individuals are the same dictates a unique approach and close attention to specific situations. With compassion and attentiveness, she works to help discover and build on her clients’ own inner strengths.
Shlomit Manson’s clients include couples and families who struggle with communication issues, especially in trying to bridge cultural sensibilities, language differences and intergenerational complexities.
For well over three decades she herself has been squarely anchored in two cultures thus offering a unique personal grasp of such communication issues and how best to resolve them. Therapy sessions are offered in Hebrew as well as in English.
Shlomit Manson teaches co-parenting classes at Family and Children Enrichment Services to mostly court mandated high conflict co-parents in Ft. Lauderdale.
Shlomit Manson has a Master’s degree in Art from New York University and a Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy from Nova Southeastern University, Ft Lauderdale, FL
For an appointment with Shlomit Manson, please contact Tel: 917-902-2668 or firstname.lastname@example.org
You may also visit her website: www.shlomitmanson.com