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SWFL Counseling, LLC

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8280 College Pkwy Ste 103, Fort Myers, FL 33919

(517) 295-3525

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Today: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
6
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General Info
At SWFL Counseling, we believe counseling can be an asset in your life for countless reasons. Whether you are struggling through a life transition, battling a mental illness, feeling stressed over your relationships, or just simply unsettled about yourself or your situation, counseling can be just what you need to experience relief. We believe in treating the whole person: emotionally, spiritually, and relationally. We seek to equip our clients with the ability to live lives of purpose and meaning, which will allow them to interact with others in healthy way.
Hours

Regular Hours

Extra Phones

Primary Phone: (239) 225-2180

Phone: (239) 699-5133

Phone: (239) 225-2180

Payment method
visa, discover, mastercard, all major credit cards, check, debit, paypal, amex
Location
Located on College Parkway, in Fountain Court
Neighborhood
Whiskey Creek
Associations
Gulfcoast Mental Health Counselors
Categories
Child & Adolescent Guidance Counselors, Pregnancy Counseling, Mental Health Services, Career & Vocational Counseling, Counselors-Licensed Professional, Counseling Services, Infertility Counseling, Marriage, Family, Child & Individual Counselors

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Scott O.

06/07/2018

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Marginal therapist at best. I was under Bethany's care for a couple years during major trauma in my life. Her only contribution was being a good listener. While trying to pull my life together and improve my physical health she told me I was "trying to fill a hole". I came in years later excited to tell her I made it through very difficult times. She seemed annoyed and aggravated. I feel like she took advantage of my autism diagnosis but I was not able to see it while struggling. Please do research before choosing a therapist.

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