Giancarlo simpson, lmhc
Progress is a process and I am committed to assisting you on your journey of growth and understanding.
I am an empathetic mental health professional committed to advocacy and the development of individuals by providing resources in both personal and community-based settings. Bases of primary theoretical orientation: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy to maximize your full potential and to help you commit to action that improves your life.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy incorporates coping skills to address a presenting problem. I use a relational approach to understand how external and internal factors affect multiple systems.
Child or Adolescent
CLIENT AGE RANGE
Preteens / Tweens (11 to 13)
Adolescents / Teenagers (14 to 19)
Nova Southeastern University, Doctoral Candidate for Marriage and Family Therapy
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Instructor at Lynn University
Program Director at Community Reconstruction Housing, Inc.
My experience working with adolescent teens comes from a therapeutic and academic background as a teacher. My background in immigration provides a perspective that may aid clients struggling with assimilation.
I provide services to people who are often stigmatized, such as polyamorous and non-monogamous populations. I have experience working with the LGBTQIA population and other minority groups, which has influenced my eclectic approach. I believe in building solid foundations that open dialogue in a non-judgmental setting.
Giancarlo Simpson is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in Marriage and Family Therapy at Nova Southeastern University. He graduated from Lynn University in 2016 with a Masters in the Applied Psychology – Counseling Program at Lynn University. He began teaching the AP, IB and dual-enrollment psychology courses at Miramar High School along with teaching Psychology and Sociology at The Sigma Institute of Health Careers. His overall teaching philosophy revolves around a passionate and relatable approach to education. Making the content relatable allows students to better understand the material in context and more comfortable to engage in a dialogue.