Sandra B. Moenssens is a licensed mental health counselor and a licensed marriage and family therapist in the state of Florida. She is also board certified in professional counseling. Sandra received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from American University and received her master’s degree in counseling from Barry University in Orlando, Florida. As a former case manager, child specialist, an intern as a school counselor, and currently as a therapist in private practice, she has been active in the mental health field for nearly two decades.
Sandra wrote a book on test anxiety titled: Testing Success: Learning to Control Your Anxiety and she is the Owner of Counseling for Your Success where she enjoys conducting workshops to reduce anxiety, and coaching individuals to overcome their fears and anxieties so they will succeed. In addition, Sandra is a former instructor at Lake-Sumter Community College: Kids College, where she teaches a leaders-in-training course, helping young men and women to become leaders.
Sandra has been listed every year since 2008 in the Marquis Who’s Who in America and every year since 2009 in the Marquis Who’s Who in the World. She is a member of the American Association for Marital and Family Therapy, the Association for Play Therapy, and she is the President for the Central Florida Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. In addition, she had the honor of being a field-trial contributor to the new Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorder (DSM 5) revision.
Linda Mikis, MS, Provisional Marriage & Family Therapist Counseling for Your Success Linda Mikis is a Provisional Marriage & Family Therapist in Florida with a current licensure in Nevada. She worked in private practice with couples, families, individual and children before joining our staff. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Services in Nevada. Linda received her Master of Science degree in Marriage, Child & Family Therapy at the University of Phoenix in Las Vegas, Nevada in 2009.
Her past therapy experience includes working as a Family Specialist for a social services organization, Therapist for a Home for Boys and a Certified Alcohol & Drug Intern. Linda includes as an integral part of therapy “soft addictions” like shopping, eating, video games or workaholic behavior in families as well as clinical issues of depression, OCD, ADHD, post-traumatic stress and others. She is a published writer authoring an Australian Newsletter called “Communique” and is currently working on a book entitled “Thinking” to facilitate her work in the mental health field.
When counseling, Linda has an innate ability to work one-on-one using compassion and sensitivity. She offers a very scientific, individualized therapy of common sense. By wholly engaging with her clients, Linda has been able to provide strategic insight to help them find their answers within themselves. It is important to her that she is not known as the expert, that you as a client, are the expert in your life. She partners with evidence based theories such as: cognitive behavioral approach, solutions focus, family systems therapy, mindfulness meditation and other methodology with an emphasis on finding new hope, happiness and success.
In “addictions therapy,” she offers private sessions as well as groups for standard and intensive outpatient treatment. Linda offers a multitude of approaches in an effort to offer a range of useful services to help Clients reach success. She believes there is no “one answer” solution to addiction.
Linda belongs to the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, is active in the Central Florida Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, NAADAC, 3 Principles Global Community, Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Psychology Today, and Alexandra House.