Marriage & Family Counselors Miami
Erika Martinez, Psy.D., a Florida licensed psychologist and certified educator, specializes in the assessment and treatment of a variety of mental health conditions in young adults. Combing her expertise in neuropsychology, assessment, trauma, and shame resilience, she helps others explore life’s challenging areas and brainstorm solutions using their personal strengths. With greater self-awareness and confidence, they are able to move forward and lead personally and professionally rewarding lives. Dr. Martinez provides therapy to high-achievers, professional millennials, and entrepreneurs facing quarter-life crises, relationship meltdowns, and existential dilemmas which can present as a myriad of symptoms including anxiety, destructive behaviors, self-sabotage, depression, loneliness, burn out, poor self-esteem, shame, and impaired social skills. She previously worked in graphic design, human resources, and community mental health. Prior to private practice, she worked in secondary and university public education settings for a decade helping parents, educators, and counselors better understand and serve students with AD/HD, Giftedness, and learning disabilities. Dr. Martinez is also a Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator (CDWF), bringing the groundbreaking research and curriculum on vulnerability, courage, shame, and worthiness developed by Dr. Brené Brown to South Florida.
Envision Wellness can be found at 1900 SW 57th Avenue . The following is offered: Marriage & Family Counselors - In Miami there are 43 other Marriage & Family Counselors. An overview can be found here.
Karla RodriguezChief of First Impressions
She’ll probably be the first person you speak to at Envision Wellness. She’s kind, smart, and mighty efficient, keeping the office running smoothly on a daily basis. Someday, Karla wants to be a psychologist, too.
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Childhood Emotional Neglect
Growing up with your parents was hard. Now as an adult, you’re torn between the fear of getting hurt again and the desire for a loving relationship like your friends have with their parents. Your parents rarely showed you love or affection as a kid. It was as if your thoughts and feelings didn’t really matter. You didn’t matter. The harder you tried to earn their approval and respect, the more your efforts were met with their demands, criticism, abuse, control/suffocation, dismissiveness, neglect, or just plain indifference. Nothing you did or said was ever good enough for them, or even got a reaction from them. Psychotherapy can help you make peace with the past without telling you to “forgive and forget” because those are your parents. Our therapists combine their years of professional experience with an understanding of the subtle messages that permeate the culture in Miami to help you.
CategoriesMarriage & Family Counselors
(305)501-0133 (305)-501-0133 +13055010133
Map 1900 SW 57th Avenue