Brittany McBryde Williams
Brittany McBryde Williams holds a Masters degree in Mental Health Counseling from Capella University and currently practices clinically in Central Florida. Her undergraduate degree in psychology is from the University of Central Florida. She is a member of the Florida Mental Health Counselor Association and holds her provisional state license. Brittany developed published works in the counseling field while she was a graduate student and beyond, having since co-authored several articles that were published in newsletters, online forums, and a journal. Brittany enjoys spending leisure time on Florida’s coastal beaches and traveling to new places. Brittany is passionate about counseling clients with trauma history, and holds a certification in Adoption Competency Counseling. She is actively seeking training for an advanced traumatology certification.
Candice Jackson holds a Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Webster University and holds a provisional license of RMFTI in the State of Florida. She has over 10 years’ experience working with at risk youth with a variety of community partners such as Hands of Mercy Everywhere, Partnership for Strong Families, Chrysalis Behavioral Health/ Department of Juvenile Justice, and Supportive Connections. Candice joins the helping profession lead by a strong faith and a biblical foundation which she uses to connect with her clients on a person centered level using an eclectic mix of therapy modalities. Candice enjoys spending time with her husband and children, outdoor activities such as ATV trail riding and anything water related, music and journaling.
Elizabeth has been a resident of Florida for almost 30 years. Fun fact: Elizabeth lived almost 5 years in Alaska, where she received a Masters of Counseling through the University of Alaska, Anchorage (UAA). Elizabeth has a Bachelor’s from University of Central Florida in Psychology and has been working in the social services field for over 15 years. Elizabeth specializes in working with young adolescents–late teens and is versed in varying areas of trauma. A unique fact about Elizabeth is she adopted a now 17 year old; giving her a unique perspective on blended and non-traditional families, parenting styles, and understand what struggles that both parents and teens may be experiencing. Elizabeth is looking forward to working with you and your child and helping them discover the tools they need to be successful.
Hannah Glover is a Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern and has worked as a Children’s Outpatient Mental Health Therapist for over twenty years, and earned a Master of Counseling degree from Webster University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Nova University. Her Clinical experience extends over 20 years in the profession as she has worked in outpatient and in-home settings with children, adolescents, adults, couples, families and groups. Hannah Glover has experience in treating both mental illness and substance abuse and also has been trained in Crisis Response Intervention since 2004 and experienced to counsel clients in a way that helps them to recognize how their thoughts affect their feelings and behaviors. She utilize time-limited six month, goal-directed therapy to focus on strengthening coping skills, regulating emotions, and changing thought processes. She has found this type of treatment to be the most immediate and effective means of reducing and alleviating clients’ symptoms. However, she makes sure that all of her clients have an individualized treatment plan to meet their specific needs and goals in counseling.
She will be happy to answer any of your questions regarding her education and experience, and she is looking forward to working with you/your child in counseling!
Kumudini Subhan has 24 years of experience in the field of mental health. She worked for the Department of Psychiatry Government General Hospital as a Social Worker,then she spent thirteen years as an Outpatient Therapist at The Centers. She trained at the University of Florida in Child/Parent Psychotherapy specializing in working with children ages 0 through 3. She holds a Master’s in Psychiatric Social Work. Her passion is children's therapy, but she has worked with all ages in both individual and group settings.
In her outpatient sessions, she assists with therapeutic sessions addressing behavioural issues and emotional problems. She also addresses interpersonal skills (such as relationship-building attachment and communication) and intrapersonal skills (such as self-regulation and resiliency) with the goal of improving the child’s ability to cope well in any circumstances. In the long run, her goal is to improve your children's ability to have a successful life's journey.
Robert David is a graduate of Webster university and holds a Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling. His undergraduate was focused on the study of brain activity and how to use that activity to create new habits. He has a plethora of experience working with the teenage population. Robert’s style of therapy is best described as a person centered approach with positive reinforcement. He works with adolescents on the integration of video games and pop culture into healthy therapeutic moments.
Wandea Clark attained a Bachelor of Arts degree from Edward Waters College in Business Management with Emphasis in Organizational Management. She earned a Master’s Degree in Counseling with the Emphasis In Professional Mental Health and a Master’s degree in Management and Leadership both from Webster University. Wandea is currently a RMHC1 with over thirteen years of experience in individual, group and family therapy. She has experience in outpatient therapy, conducting school and home visits as well as facilitating groups. Wandea is currently working as a school-based/outpatient therapist. Her areas of professional focus have been in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Psychoeducation, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Social Skills Therapy, and Trauma-Focused Therapy. Her primary approach to counseling is from Cognitive Behavioral and Brief Solution Focused Therapy. She enjoys using various therapeutic styles to help individuals find a voice to express themselves. She always has been active with youth and believes that family is the root of society and if they are provided help, and support they need, the children will be more successful to succeed. Wandea is grateful that Simplerpsych allows her an opportunity to continue to build and develop as a professional while helping children and families with any mental health needs and challenges.
Stefanie Glover is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who received her Bachelor’s degree from University of Central Florida. She received a Master’s degree from Argosy University in Forensic Psychology and another Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from Capella University. Stefanie also specializes in Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral therapy. She has been a therapist with SimplerPsych for 3 years.
Katlyn Maves, Registered Marriage and Family Therapist Intern, received her Masters of Marriage and Family Therapy, with distinction, from Capella University in 2018. Katlyn has been working with children and families since 2017. Katlyn take’s pride in providing services in a comfortable, caring, non-judgmental and optimistic setting. Her professional goal is to be a source of strength and hope to individuals, couples, and families as they explore their capacity of life’s fulfillment. In her free time, Katlyn enjoys spending time outdoors, playing video games, and spending quality time with loved ones.
Dianne is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She earned a degree in Education and Social Work from Florida Atlantic University. She went on to earn a Master's Degree in Social Work from Barry University. Dianne holds multiple certifications in trauma, grief/loss, Juvenile Sexual Offending, and Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP). She worked for the Centers for 8 years before joining the SimplerPsych team in 2019.
Theresa Delgado was born, raised and educated in New York. She relocated to Florida in 2005. Theres has over 30 years of experience working with teenagers including creating programs in New York for After-School Programs. She is currently a Therapist at The Centers providing counseling to her preferred population of teenagers 13-18 years old. Her goal is to teach her clients to make a choice for a better future and release what is not working from the past.