Felicia Levine, Ph.D., LCSW, CST, LLC
So how does a journalist become a therapist? I began my professional career as a magazine editor and writer in 1988, and found I most enjoyed writing about relationships, dating and mental health. So while working as a writer and editor, in 2005 I earned my master’s degree in Clinical Social Work from Barry University in Miami.
I continue to write about relationships and mental health issues (click the link above to check out some of my work). I practice therapy from a strengths-based perspective and utilize an integrative approach with modalities such as solution-focused therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, life coaching and hypnotherapy. I often incorporate play therapy and crafts when working with children.
I’m a Licensed Clinical Social Worker through the State of Florida Department of Health Division of Medical Quality Assurance; my license number is SW 8971.
I’m a Board-Certified Sex Therapist, having completed the Florida Postgraduate Sex Therapy Training Institute program in Palm Beach County. I am also a Ph.D. candidate at the International Institute of Clinical Sexology in Miami.
I’m a Board-Certified Transgender Care Therapist through the International Transgender Certification Association (ITCA) and a member of the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH).
I’ve earned my Ph.D. in Clinical Sexology at the International Institute of Clinical Sexology in Miami.
I’m a Hypnotherapist and member of the Florida Society of Clinical Hypnosis.