How do you end up as a psychologist? Partly, many in my family have gone into medicine or mental health. A parent was a physician who graduated Cornell and then Columbia Med, school. My Uncle went to Princeton than to Columbia Med school and worked on Long Island for many years. A sibling has be...Read More
Ads for therapists can be confusing. There are different degrees, different licenses, different fields, different techniques, and different certifications. One way to differentiate providers is by license type. That allows the least wiggle room to distort credentials. You are either licensed a...Read More
Medicare allows regular telephone therapy sessions.
Though my address lists Panama City, I provide therapy for all of Florida, and (because of recent rule changes) many other states. I accept, Cigna, Aetna, United Healthcare, Tricare and other insurances. Before a patient schedules I will discuss whether this is a good fit, if someone else may be ...Read More
Teletherapy for clients in Florida, and, by arrangement, other states in the United States during the covid crisis.
Clients wrestling with problems associated with later life might well do best with a seasoned therapist. Such issues may include retirement, spousal bereavement, maintaining health, adult children, the strains regarding estate and probate, and transitioning assets. Other issues seen with older ...Read More
hkrollinsDr. Labarbera is great. He is so soothing and insightful. He has such a way of helping me gain perspective on situations and find the positives. I would recommend him to anyone who needs help or just someone objective to talk to.
- Brad WDr. Labarbera has always taken time to help me which I really appreciate. He has worked with me for years to understand and help me with difficulties in my life. I would recommend him to anyone because he has helped me tremendously.