Thomas A. Willingham, III, MD (Psychiatrist)
- Bachelor of Science, College of Charleston, 1962
- MD, Medical College of South Carolina, 1966
- Psychiatry Residency - Charity Hospital Tulane Medical School, Louisiana, 1972
- American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, 1974
- American Academy of Psychoanalysis
Dr. Willingham is a general psychiatrist with a special interest in forensic psychiatry. His practice emphasized in-patient hospital psychiatry for 30 years. He now focuses his practice on out-patient treatment.
Charlene Rosenfield, MS, ARNP, BC (Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner)
- Master of Science in Nursing, University of South Florida, 2005
- Honor Society of Nursing, 2005
- ANCC Board Certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, 2006
- NIDA (National Institute on Drug Abuse) Certification
- Member NAMI Charlotte County
- Publication: Rosenfield C.: The Journal of School Nursing, The Use of Ergogenic Agents in High School Athletes
Charlene Rosenfield, MS ARNP BC provides psychiatric evaluations, medication management and psychotherapy. She serves all patient populations, but specializes in children, adolescents, and young adults.
Kathleen Kaloski, MS, ARNP, BC (Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner)
- ANCC Board Certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
- Specialty in Geriatric Psychiatry
- General Psychiatry
- Medication Management
Kathleen Kaloski, MS ARNP BC provides psychiatric evaluations, medication management and psychotherapy to adults and geriatric individuals.
Christina Rooney, MA, LMHC
- Bachelor’s Degree in Social Science, University of South Florida
- Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling, University of Sarasota
- Private practice counseling experience
- Continuing education in trauma, crisis intervention, grief, marriage counseling, sexuality, child abuse and sexual abuse
- Clinical therapist for children and families who are victims of child and sexual abuse
- Worked with juvenile delinquents in a residential facility
- Provided crisis counseling to patients admitted to a psychiatric facility.
- Kids and Counseling
Christina engages well with and effects positive change in children and teens. Play is the language of children. Play Therapy (therapeutic games, art and role-playing) is used to help children work through their hurts on their journey toward healing.
Christina provides professional counseling to people of all ages. She is committed to a personalized approach to therapy and building a counseling relationship that is essential for solving problems and healing hurts. Treatment is a step-by-step discovery.
Confidence in your counselor is crucial for establishing the trusting relationship necessary for positive growth. With a variety of experience in counseling children, individuals, couples and families, Christina can help with: Children, teens, adults, couples, families, adoption issues, ADHD, anger, anxiety, depression, trauma and abuse issues, and psychiatric evaluations for bariatric surgery.
Chantelle Grant, LCSW
Provides individual therapy for children and adults for:
- Parent & child relationships
- Active & retired military, spouses, and families
- Behavioral and mental health issues
- Developmental issues (PDD/ASD)
- Animal Assisted Psychotherapy with Maddox, a certified therapy dog who supports clients during therapy with Chantelle Grant, LCSW
Ryan Esser, MA, LMHC
Provides individual therapy for adults, adolescents, and children for:
- Substance Abuse
- Anxiety and Depression
- Couples Counseling
- Behavior Modification
- Structured Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Children, Teens, and Adults, Ages 7 to 64
- Group Therapy