Mark Davis, LCSW CAP SAP
Mark Davis is a therapist, corporate consultant, and trainer regarding Stress Management, Communications Training, Goal Setting, Leadership, Corporate Change, Substance Abuse , and Critical Incident Stress Management. His tailor-made programs utilize a combination of humor, new insights to old problems , and focus on "useable skills" that participants can incorporate into their professional and personal lives immediately. Mr. Davis works extensively with many National and Local Employee Assistance Programs. He is a licensed therapist and continues a private practice of personal change over twenty-seven years. He has post graduate extensive training in the areas of Hypnosis, EMDR, Sex Therapy, and Critical Incident Stress Management. He is a graduate of University of South Florida and Florida State University. Mr. Davis is a life long resident of Tampa, is married with two grown children and an active triathlete.
Professional Affiliations :
President, Tampa Bay Employee Assistance Professionals Association
2019- PresentCredentialing & Quality Assurance Committees, Comprehensive Behavioral Care
1997-2011,Credentialing Committee, Tampa General Hospital Psychiatry Center
1993-1996 Allied Health Professionals at Tampa General Hospital Psychiatry Center
1995-1996 Chairperson, Private Practice Association of Tampa Bay
1994-1995 County Mental Health Association, Speakers Bureau speaker
1988-1994 Chamber of Commerce Drug Free Workplace Committee
1987-1994 Tampa Bay "Say No To Drugs" Walk Committee
1987-1993 , Director "Say No To Drugs" 5k Race
1988 , Director, Hillsborough Sub-Unit, National Association of Social Workers,
1987-1989 Diplomate, American Association of Clinical Sexologists
Internationally Certified Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor
State of Florida Certified Addictions Counselor
Member International Critical Incident Stress Foundation
Volunteer Tampa Bay Emergency Critical Incident Response Team
Nicole Davis, LCSW MBA USAT Triathlete Coach
William Hogan, LMFT
Over 30 years of experience in the psychology field where I have specialized in working with couples, children (ages 5 and up), adolescents, adults, and families. He is currently providing Employee Assistance Program (EAP) services and Corporate Training to industries throughout the Tampa Bay Area.
Brittany DeFiore, LCSW
I am a social worker with a passion for recovery and story-telling. I have enjoyed my past experiences working with transitional aged youth, children, and individuals experiencing first-time psychosis. In addition to my work with Davis Sound Mind, I work at the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office providing crisis response and de-escalation in active mental health calls for service. I enjoy working with first responders and law enforcement in providing critical incident stress management and fostering mental health wellness in emergency situations. My approach to the therapeutic process is one of patience, empathy, and understanding to create a safe and positive environment for healing with my clients. I utilize a mixed approach to therapy, employing techniques from narrative, CBT, and humanistic therapy to help clients understand and make sense of their thoughts and their worldview.
In my free time, I can be found snuggled on the couch with my three cats, Lucy, Ashe, and Cocoa, or at a park with my dog, Lola. One of my favorite ways to de-stress and relax is by creating art using my iPad and Procreate or acrylic paints. I find art to be a really personal and safe way to express yourself when words aren’t enough to describe the lives we live. Mental health has always been a part of my personal journey and creating a career and livelihood has provided me the invaluable opportunity to grow alongside my clients as we learn from each other.
Yarelis Medina, LCSW Se Habla Espanol
Yarelis holds a masters in clinical social work (MSW) from Boston University and is a certified yoga teacher through Yoga Alliance (RYT 200 hr). Her 14 year healthcare experience coupled with her passion for yoga has led her to a path of sharing with others the beauty of self compassion, the power of mindfulness, and its positive impact on your overall mental health and quality of life. Her clinical work with adults, adolescents and children is driven by these principles of self compassion and mindfulness and is offered in a supported therapeutic environment. Yarelis is fully bilingual in Spanish, enjoys baking, and spending her time with her family.
Mildred Phillips, LCSW
My name is Mildred Phillips. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. I am called Mimi by most of those who know me. I am a dedicated therapist who have been in practiced for over 45 years. I am also an Ordained minister since 2014. I have worked in Florida since 1974, working in various agencies including hospitals, mental health facilities, nursing home settings, partial hospital settings, and private practice.
As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Ordained Minister, I have been trained in Family Therapy, along with specializing in Marital Therapy, Play Therapy, Domestic Violence, Individual Therapy, and Christian Therapy. I have counseled clients struggling with family dysfunction, behavioral issues, stress related issues, grief issues, mood disorders, anxiety, depression, chronic illness, parent-child issues, divorce recovery, sexual abuse, women issues, military/veteran issues, and clients with certain psychiatric illness.
With more than four decades of experience in the mental health field I have utilized many of the known therapeutic tools/skills such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Family Therapy, Marital Therapy, Play Therapy, Christian Therapy, and the Eclectic Approach in treatment.
Lydia Cerpa, LCSW
Alexander Davidson, Student Intern, USF MSW Program
Currently looking for Talented, Licensed Clinicians for Secure Telehealth-AudioVisual Therapy