Kristine Butler, LCSW
Life is full of changes such as new relationships, depression, addictions, divorce, and loss of a loved one. These changes can be challenging, difficult to understand, or even overwhelming.
Working with licensed clinical social worker Kristine Butler means you are not alone. Kristine Butler offers individual, marriage, couples, and adolescent therapy. She works with you to find solutions to your situation in a caring comfortable atmosphere. Her collaborative and practical therapeutic approach is tailored to your unique situation and goals of therapy.
Call 813-689-0139 to make an appointment to start positive change and personal growth.
Every couple can benefit from working together to strengthen their relationship. Couples therapy is designed to increase understanding, compassion and communication between the partners. Couples at every stage of relationship can strengthen their connection and find new ways to build each other up in a healthy and positive manner.
Individual Psychotherapy is designed to be a reparative experience for the person in therapy. The ability to have an ongoing discussion about personal, relationship & life issues in a nonjudgmental and safe environment can be very powerful in healing the past. Individual therapy is a way to gain insight into personal behavior. New insights allow for an increased ability to understand and change behavior.
How teens manage & process challenges is critical to their emotional well being now and in their future. Psychotherapy allows teens a healthy way to talk about their lives and express themselves in a judgement free space. Some of the topics teens bring to therapy are relationships, academic stress and concerns about their future.
How a person manages stress is critical to their physical and mental health. Psychotherapy can assist in better understanding the individual stress response and how it effects every day life. It is important to make healthy changes and create a way to hang onto those changes over time.
We all go through changes like marriage, having children, retirement, loss of a loved one, work changes or being a care giver. Some changes are more difficult to manage than others. Psychotherapy can help you manage the emotional transitions and make moving forward more natural.