Kim Scheft, LMHC
Kim Scheft, LMHC, has been practicing psychotherapy in Delray Beach and Boca Raton, Florida since 1991. She has served as both supervisor (1998-2003) and clinical director (2005-2012) of the Counseling Services Institute. In 2012, she opened Counseling Services Associates to continue the quality of care her clients are accustomed to.
Her practice specialties in Gestalt Therapy, hypnosis, cognitive-behavioral therapy and solution-focused therapy. She works with individuals, couples and groups with the utmost respect and honesty.
Ms Scheft has a natural ability to present practical information with clarity, warmth and humor. Her public speaking engagements encompass a variety of subjects from a motivational approach. Her versatility and energy make for an engaging session while involving participation from all attendees.
Elizabeth Hammer, LMHC, LCPC, PCGC
Elizabeth believes in cognitive-behavioral, rational-emotive-behavioral, and existential approaches to therapy with her clients who are experiencing a myriad of challenges. Her specialties include anxiety, depression, grief, workplace stress, relationship concerns, and difficulties with life transitions.
Elizabeth is a graduate of the Adler School of Professional Psychology in Chicago, Illinois. She has worked in hospital, outpatient, intensive outpatient, and employee assistance program settings focusing on adult individual therapy. Elizabeth believes in supporting and empowering clients in overcoming challenges and achieving their goals.
Jessica L. Bronner, LMHC
As a licensed mental health counselor I make it my mission to support and empower my clients in reaching goals that are important to them. We all have the ability to heal ourselves and at especially challenging times need guidance and assistance in doing so. I take a compassionate yet direct approach to help people identify practical solutions to life’s challenges. My therapeutic repertoire allows me to draw from various modalities to best meet the needs of each individual client.
Throughout my training I have worked in inpatient and outpatient settings, residential treatment programs, in-home therapy, and private practice. This has provided me with invaluable training in areas such as bereavement, oncology, eating disorders, dual diagnosis, infant/child mental health, relationship challenges, sexuality, and self-esteem. In addition to traditional therapy I prefer to take a holistic approach. Your emotional, physical, and mental health are all related.
Kathleen Cronin-Zondervan, LMHC
Kathleen Cronin-Zondervan, LMHC is a licensed mental health counselor who graduated from the University of Maryland with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and then went on to continue her studies at Palm Beach Atlantic University with a Masters degree in Psychology with emphasis on Mental Health and Substance abuse track.
Kathleen started her career at The Hanley Center in 2006 on the women’s unit for substance abuse. I specialize in CBT, behavior modification, motivational Interviewing and Solution focused therapy. I am a licensed metal health counselor with a background in substance abuse and approved qualified supervisor for registered mental health interns.
Kathleen specializes in working with children, adolescents, and adults with Codependency relationships with 10 years experience. Kathleen is trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) which offers tools for emotional regulation and mindfulness. Kathleen also specializes in treating anxiety, depression, grief and loss, trauma, obesity and dysfunctional family of origin pattern.
Rachel Rotem, LCSW
Rachel Rotem, LCSW, has been practicing clinical therapy in Michigan and Florida since 2003. Rachel was trained at the University of Michigan – School of Social Work, and since worked with hundreds of people from children to end of life. With thousands of documented sessions, Rachel sees a real void in therapy when it comes to men and their needs. She feels that often times – men are neglected in therapy when therapists take a feminine approach towards treating them.
Rachel’s specialty includes problem solving techniques, and solution focused therapy – all used in helping men get to the root of the problem that is ailing them.
Working with hospice patients for many years has taught Rachel a good perspective on helping people focus on the important events and making their lives meaningful. She has a very positive perspective, that always helps reframe her patients’ state of mind.
Ursula Kalt, Ph.D., LMHC, CAP
Ursula Kalt, Ph.D., LMHC, CAP, is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, a Board Certified Sex Therapist and Board Certified Addiction Professional. She has been working with individuals, couples, children and families in Palm Beach County for almost two decades. With extensive experience in Relationship counseling and Person-Centered Psychotherapy, she is able to help the family as a whole.
Much of her work with children and families is focused on coaching parents in behavioral strategies, problem-solving techniques and communication skills for improving the interactive dynamics of family members. I also focus on mood disorders (Depression and Anxiety), Addictions (Eating Disorders, Substance Abuse), and Sexual Dysfunction.