Coral Springs

 

1725 N. University Drive

Suite 350

Coral Springs, FL 33071

Telephone: (954) 227-2700

Fax: (954) 227-2704

Linda Berlin, Psy.D.

&

Psychological Associates

Boca Raton

 

7000 W. Palmetto Park Road

Suite 407

Boca Raton, FL 33433

Telephone: (561) 347-0997

Fax: (561) 347-0996

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How do I know whether I need a psychiatrist or a therapist or both?

A. In general, a therapist would be well-suited to helping you make this decision. Therefore, it is recommended that you make your initial appointment with a therapist in order to assist you with establishing an appropriate and effective course of treatment.

Q. What is the difference between a Psychiatrist, a Psychologist and a Therapist?

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Q. How do I choose a therapist?

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Q. Do we accept insurance and should you use it?

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Q. Which foreign languages do our clinicians speak?

Q. What hours are you open?

A. Our therapist are available Monday through Saturday, including evenings. Our Psychiatrists are available Monday through Friday, including evenings.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Barbra Warsetsky, LCSW

Barbra Warsetsky, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, has been practicing for over twenty five years in the field of counseling. She graduated form Rutgers University in 1979 with a Masters degree in social work.  In 1986 at the Training Institute for Mental Health Practitioners in New York City she completed a two year certificate program, working with first and second generation Holocaust survivors. 

 

Early in Ms. Warsetsky’s career she worked for Monmouth Family Center in New Jersey where she was a family caseworker doing intake, and case management with children of abused and neglected families.  Her philosophy was to always strive to keep families together. To achieve this goal she would work to provide the necessary resources.  She ran groups for Parents United, a non profit organization that worked with sexual abuse victims and their families.  She has presented papers at two international conferences, Zurich 1987, London 1989, on sexual abuse and related problems.

 

In 1992 Ms. Warsetsky moved to Florida with her husband and four children and worked for Broward Mobile Crisis.  She also continued to practice psychotherapy on an out patient basis.  She worked for Hollywood Medical Center at their senior health care center in Pembroke Pines.   She was their community resource person.  She ran groups for Holocaust survivors and oversaw many of the programs at the center.  

 

Today Ms. Warsetsky’s counseling practice includes working with children, families and individuals. Specializing in trauma work it includes, PTSD, eating disorders, sexual abuse survivors and holocaust and second generation issues. 

 

To learn more about Ms. Warsetsky, she can be reached at (954) 227-2700 or (561) 347-0997.

Read Ms. Warsetsky's articles on:

Bereavement.

10 Principles for Successful Step-Parenting.

 
 
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