We all desire to be loved and accepted, to feel safe and secure, to achieve our goals, to fulfill our purpose, and to like who we see staring back at us in the mirror.
Dr. Jasmyne Duval is a licensed psychologist who works with individuals and families from all stages of life to identify and overcome problematic thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Using an integrative approach specifically tailored to each client, Dr. Duval incorporates interventions and techniques from Reality Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. When appropriate, her style also incorporates solution-focused interventions.
Dr. Duval regularly works with those suffering with depression, anxiety, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, addiction, marital difficulties, and familial conflict. Issues addressed in therapy include abuse (sexual, physical, emotional); grief and loss; infertility issues; financial difficulties; social isolation; self-medication with alcohol, drugs, food, sex or unhealthy relationships (co-dependency); poor self-concept/low self-esteem; parenting difficulties; couples’ issues; and much more.
Dr. Duval graduated in 2014 from Nova Southeastern University with her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology. She earned a double Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and Psychology from the University of Florida in 2007. She completed her pre-doctoral residency at Park Place Behavioral Health Care where she worked with a diverse group of children, adolescents, and adults in outpatient, inpatient, and residential substance abuse settings. Primary issues addressed included mood and anxiety disorders, psychotic disorders, trauma, addiction, and crisis intervention. She completed her post-doctoral residency at Gerena & Associates, where she conducted individual, family, and group therapy with adolescent sex offenders and trauma victims.
The path to healing may often seem out of reach or impossible to traverse, but help and guidance are available and hope still remains. In the words of the late Martin Luther King, Jr.: “If you can’t fly, then run; if you can’t run, then walk; if you can’t walk, then crawl; but whatever you do, you have to keep moving forward.”