American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. In 2016, she began serving a three year term as a Broward Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Board Member. She received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology with a Minor in Child Development from Florida State University in 1991. Staci then went on to earn her Master of Science Degree in Family Therapy as well as a Clinical Specialist Degree in Family Systems Health Care from Nova Southeastern University in 1993.
As a therapist, Staci has extensive experience working with adolescents and adults providing individual and family counseling. She specializes in childhood and adult ADHD, Anxiety Disorders, Couples Therapy, Postpartum Counseling and Medical Family Therapy. Staci is trained in Family Systems Theories and typically practices Brief Systemic Therapy (MRI), while still focusing on what is the best fit for her clients. Staci also utilizes the Gottman Method, Solution Focused Therapy, Play Therapy, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
Staci understands that dealing with the challenges and stresses of life can be difficult and that coping with emotional pain, medical issues, and family problems can seem overwhelming. Staci enjoys helping to alleviate these issues and stresses in a non-judgmental, nurturing, and comfortable environment. She is concerned with the present and as their therapist provides the space for her clients to explore life relevant topics. Staci helps and encourages her clients to make changes for the betterment of their lives.
Besides being a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Staci is the President of SLS Therapy, Inc. as well as the Clinical Director and Owner of the Counseling and Wellness Center of South Florida. She has been married for over 20 years and has two teenaged children. Staci is currently accepting new clients and offers daytime and evening appointments. Visit slstherapy.com/ for more information on Staci Lee Schnell. Please call (754) 400-1211 or email email@example.com to set up a free phone consultation." />
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