LICENSED PSYCHOLOGISTS who are QUALIFIED SUPERVISORS IN Florida



Name: Dr. Malorie K. Schneider

License: PY7518
Degree(s)/Certifications: I have a PsyD in Clinical Psychology from Pacific University, Oregon
I am also a certified Preparation and Relationship Enhancement Program (PREP) instructor
Intern Supervisor Type: Qualified Supervisor MHC interns
Work Location: 1700 N Dixie Highway, Suite 103, Boca Raton, FL 33432
Phone Number: 561-672-1623
Website address:www.greater-things.com
Email address: drmalorie@greater-things.com
Clinical experience: I completed a clinical psychology residency at Wilford Hall Medical Center in San Antonio Texas and continued to serve as an Air Force officer and psychologist until 2007. I was the Chief of Psychological Services for Altus AFB, and was the Alcohol and Drug Program Director at Hurlburt Field, AFB. In my military assignments I worked with a wide range of mental health issues and also trained/supervised mental health technicians and alcohol and drug abuse counselor trainees. My clinical practice today reflects the breadth of expertise I gained from my military experience. I have a small private practice where we embrace the “whole-person” approach to wellness.
Areas of Interest: In 1998 I completed a three-month training in DBT at the Portland DBT Clinic and that has greatly influenced my therapy practice. My passion is working with personality disorders using a DBT-based approach. The breadth and depth of training and experience I gained while in the military strongly carries through to my civilian practice. I work with trauma, relationships, anxiety, depression, and self-worth. Additionally, I use my skills to help individuals identify a career path, overcome plateaus in career advancement, and discover their passion in life. I provide individual, couples, and group therapy for ages 14 and up. I also utilize psychological assessments in diagnosis and treatment planning.


Name: Analesa Clarke, Ph.D.
License: PY8247
Degrees/Certifications: Doctor of Philosophy and Master of Science in Clinical Psychology
Intern Supervisor Type: MHC
Work Location: 4601 Ponce De Leon Blvd, Suite 380   Coral Gables, FL 33146
Phone number: 786-441-0525
Website address: www.dranalesaclarke.com
Email: dranalesaclarke@gmail.com
Clinical Experience: Licensed psychologist with experience working with a diverse populations in multiple settings (i.e. university counseling center, community centers, private residential treatment centers and in private practice). For the last five years, provided individual, couples and family psychotherapy to clients with a variety of psychological concerns. Specialties include treating body image & eating disorders, early adulthood issues, anxiety, depression, relational problems, familial issues and working with clients of African and Caribbean descent.
Areas of Interest: Psychodynamic and Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, Couples Therapy, Clinical Supervision, Eating Disorders, African and Caribbean American clients.

Name:  Frank Perez-Verdecia
License Number: PY8713/MH10722
Degree(s)/Certifications: Doctor of Psychology
Intern Supervisor Type: Qualified Supervisor MHC
Work Location: 11401 SW 40th Street, Suite 270
Miami, Florida 33165
Phone number: 305-917-5414
Website address: pending

Email: perezverdecia@gmail.com
Clinical Experience: I am a Licensed Psychologist who work at different locations (i.e., hospitals, nursing and rehabilitation centers, client's residence (autism only), and schools, among other places including my own private practice. I am an experienced psychotherapist who provides individual counseling to children, adolescents, adults, and families with depression, anxiety, employment/academic problems, grief, parenting issues, dementia, suicide thoughts, acute/chronic health conditions, substance abuse, self-injury (autism), cognitive disorder (attention/memory), adolescent-parent conflicts, divorce, etc.
In addition, I specialize in Neuropsychology and Applied Behavior Analysis. I conduct neuropsychological, developmental, and psychoeducational testing. I also perform behavior analysis assessment (behavioral modification). Treatment intervention techniques include individual psychotherapy, family therapy, applied behavior analysis (autism), and skills-acquisition training (e.g., parenting skills, relaxation training).
If you think that my experience and approach to treatment meet your aspirations as a registered intern, then give a call to set up an appointment. I'm looking forward to hearing from you

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Name: Ana Santana, Psy.D.,  
License: PY9518,
Degree(s)/Certifications: Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.); Bilingual Neuropsychologist; Florida Licensed Clinical Psychologist. 
Intern Supervisor Type: Qualified Supervisor MHC

Work Location: Plantation, Fl 33324
Phone number: (954) 895-0409
Website address: www.dranasantana.com
Email: neuro@dranasantana.com
Clinical Experience: I am experienced in forensic neuropsychology, neuropsychological testing and neurorehabilitation.  Additionally, I have provided psychoeducation and psychotherapy to juvenile’s ages 5-18 court-ordered and/or recommended to receive sexual specific treatment. I obtained my expertise and training during my Pre-Doctoral Clinical Internship in Neuropsychology at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine/Jackson Health System/Ryder Trauma Center’s Neurorehabilitation unit.  I have extensive training conducting bilingual neuropsychological evaluations with neurologically impaired individuals with a diverse clinical diagnosis including: traumatic brain injury, polytrauma and cerebrovascular accidents.  I have also consulted with interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary teams to identify holistically the best course of treatment and recommendations for clients in different settings including rehabilitation, hospital setting, and community mental health practices.I have also trained at the Miami Veterans Affairs Healthcare System providing neuropsychological testing for the veteran populations with a wide range of neurological, psychiatric, (i.e. ptsd, epilepsy, adhd, dementia) disorders.  I am competent in providing culturally sensitive short- and long-term psychotherapy to individuals, families, and groups.  My approach to psychotherapy is solution-focused, cognitive behavioral therapy and empirically based treatments. Within my approach I integrates therapeutic modalities that work best with the mental health needs of the individual.

Name: Marisol Blanco, Psy.D., LMHC  
License: PY8632, MH10345
Degree(s)/Certifications: 
Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.), Master of Science in Clinical Psychology (MS), Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling (MS). Licensed Clinical Psychologist & Licensed Mental Health Counselor. 
Intern Supervisor Type:
Qualified Supervisor MHC
Work Location:
Hollywood, FL 33019
Phone number:
(305) 985-2194  
Website address: 
Under construction
Email: 
drmarisolblanco@gmail.com      
Clinical Experience:
Over 10 years working with ethnic and culturally diverse populations in a variety of clinical settings. Experience working with children, adolescents, college students, and adults in individual, couples, family, and group formats. Commonly treating individuals suffering from disorders of mood, anxiety, adjustment, and personality as well as those experiencing low self-esteem, role-transition conflicts, family distress, and stress management difficulties.  Additional experience as facilitator of adolescent substance abuse groups and Batterers' Intevention Program for over 5 years, adjunct professor at Nova Southeastern University for Counseling Theories and Introduction to Psychology courses, and community instructor at Miami Dade College of court-mandated course to assist children to cope with their parents' divorce.  
Areas of Interest: 
Positive psychology, hypnotherapy, telemental health, creativity and mental health, case formulations, grief work, self-image, test anxiety, children's adjustment to non-traditional families, conflict resolution, assertiveness training, emotional regulation, developmental psychology, guided imagery, and clinical research.