Jamie Dimacchia is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with the Florida Board of Health and is a qualified provider to both individuals and families. She is well-versed in working with children (ages 5-17) in a multitude of areas including:
anxiety,depressive disorders, ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), sexual, physical and emotional abuse, neglect, and foster placements. Mrs. Dimacchia has experience in working with adults regarding concerns related to anxiety, anger management, stress management, depression, co-parenting, OCD, and concerns related to previous trauma. Jamie is trained and accustomed to assisting those individuals experiencing PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder) and domestic violence using Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT). Her compassion and understanding are essential characteristics in successfully treating those individuals experiencing thoughts of self-harm and suicide. Mrs . Dimacchia strives to take the necessary time and attention to listen to and work with children and their families to improve their mental health. Jamie earned her Bachelors of Psychology with a minor in Conflict Management from Kent State University, during which time she volunteered as a Crime Victim Advocate for those suffering domestic violence and sexual assault. After completing her Bachelors she went on to receive her Masters degree as a Clinical Mental Health Counselor through Cleveland State University. Mrs. Dimacchia recently relocated to Florida with her husband Joe. In her spare time she enjoys reading, drawing and spending time at the local theme parks. If you have concerns about mental health and well-being for you and/or your family, please don’t wait. Help is available today!