Ronnye Drexler, LMHC
Ronnye originally graduated from the University of South Florida in 1995 with a degree BA in Sociology. From there, She began working with the Department of Juvenile Justice youth who were either on a diversion pogrom, on probation while in the community, or in a residential program. Next, she began working with the Department of Children and Families either having their children removed or continued in the home with services; to assist them with the reunification process or stability in the family home. Realizing her passion was to work in the counseling field, she then earned by master’s degree from Webster University in mental health counseling. This was so she could further work with clients who are dealing with trauma, depression, anxiety, bipolar, sexual identity, substance abuse and addiction, and parenting.
As a clinician it is her passion to assist my clients with an environment to Focus on solutions and to grow as an individual and move forward in their life with the learned coping skills to manage their lives and resolve or find solutions to better cope with life. With Ronnye, clients can learn how to grow and build on their strengths towards empowerment, to better function in society at home and work.
Ronnye specializes in the follow areas: antisocial behavior, chronic pain, eating disorders, family conflict, grief and loss unresolved, low self-esteem, medical issues, phase of life problems, PTSD, sleep disturbances, spiritual confusion, trauma, depression, anxiety, bipolar, sexual identity, substance abuse and addiction, and parenting.