Areas of Expertise
Our Providence Team provides help for children, teens, individuals, couples, and families. Each therapist has areas of expertise and is outstanding in their field. Providence therapists are continually learning by expanding their knowledge and experience in their areas of focus.
Here is an overview of our therapists and their areas of specialty:
Tammie Mathews, M.S.: Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, anxiety, depression, taking care of elderly parents, Bipolar Disorder, and trauma. Tammie works with children, teens, and adults.
Logan Harris, M.A.: Family communication, anxiety, depression, addiction, and interpersonal struggles. Logan works with adolescents, couples, and families.
Brian Krause, M.A.: Relationship issues, depression, anxiety, and trauma. Brian works with adults, individuals, and couples.
Joshua Spavin, M.S.: Children struggling in various stages of development, anxiety, anger, behavior issues, self-esteem, grief, and trauma. Joshua specializes in working with children and parents.
Brenda Stutler, M.S.: Grief, loss, trauma (PTSD), depression, anxiety, and spiritual formation. Brenda works with adults.
Tricia Bores, M.A.: Marriage relationships, parenting issues, parent/child relationships, depression, and anxiety. Tricia works with children and adults. (Note: Tricia also works in Apopka.)
Anna Branca, M.A.: Children, adolescents, and young adults feeling stuck, overwhelmed, anxious, depressed, struggling with relationships, communication, or finding your purpose.
PJ Charles, M.S.: PJ works together with clients to mend, promote healing, and empower them to face the present while building a brighter future.
Bruna Lupo, M.S.: Bruna works with adolescents and adults, mostly women. She specializes in parenting and relationship issues, relational trauma (adult children that experienced continuous trauma from parents through neglect or abuse; individuals that were in an abusive relationship, or individuals living with people suffering from addiction, or mental illness), and attachment issues. She also works with clients experiencing mood disorders, anxiety, panic and suicidality.
Mirla Zinicola, M.S.: Mirla specializes in treating anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, grief, stress, trauma, low self-esteem, relationship problems, family conflict, career concerns, and stages of life issues.
As a team, Providence provides outstanding care when working with families, especially families who have experienced trauma. All of our licensed therapists have been trained in Accelerated Resolution Therapy (training specific to trauma). Everyone has a shared desire to help not only the individual they are working with to recover, but also to see the family unit mend as a whole. We understand that when something terrible happens to one member of the family, it can impact the entire family. Each family member may respond differently to the same crisis. Often, this can change the family dynamic. To help make this shift a healthy process, we will work with the individuals as well as provide family counseling sessions.
Our Clients Transition
Troubled & Alone
Stuck in Crisis
Knowing the 'difficult season' is behind them
Growth & Having Support