Who can come to the Women’s Center for counseling? The Women’s Center provides counseling for women, men, teens, and children. Counseling is provided to individuals as well as couples and families *. In addition to individualized counseling, the Women’s Center also offers several support groups (Click Here for information about Support Groups)
*Please note that counseling for children, teens, couples, and families may be available at only one location (Melbourne and/or Titusville) depending on the specialty areas of counselors at those locations. Please see Counselors pages for more information.
What types of problems can counseling address? Counselors at the Women’s Center offers counseling for depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, trauma, eating disorders, self-injurious behaviors, relationship and communication difficulties, self-esteem, family issues, divorce, grief and loss, anger management, stress management, issues of aging, post-traumatic stress disorder, chronic pain or illness, ADHD, behavioral issues, and more. ** Please note that the Women’s Center provides counseling only and does not provide prescriptions for medication.
Where is counseling provided? Counseling is provided at the Women’s Center in Melbourne at 1425 Auora Road and at the Women’s Center in Titusville at 400 Julie Street.
How do I make an appointment?
2. Read about our counselors to choose a counselor that is the best fit for you. Some things to consider when choosing a therapist: the therapist’s specialty areas, whether or not you have insurance, therapist fees, and therapist’s hours of availability.
3. Contact your chosen therapist through the method listed under their name. Some therapists have direct phone lines, others have a link for you to schedule your initial appointment through a confidential online calendar at TherapyAppointment.com.
4. For free counseling services for victims of sexual assault, incest, child abuse, domestic violence, and other violent crimes, please call 242.3110 (Melbourne) or 321.607-6811 (Titusville). *Please note that counseling for children and teens may be available at only one location (Melbourne and/or Titusville) depending on the specialty areas of counselors at those locations. Please see Counselors pages for more information.
What should I do if I need to miss or cancel my appointment? Therapists request the courtesy of at least 24 hours notice for a cancelled appointment so they can offer the time slot to another client. Please let us know that you need to cancel your appointment by using the method by which you scheduled your appointment – either online through TherapistAppointment.com or by leaving a message with your therapist at the number provided. Unless there is a medical emergency, counselors may charge for missed appointments and less than 24 hour cancellations.