Jim Reinach is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in the State of Florida. He earned his Rehabilitation Counseling Masters degree from the University of South Florida in 1996, and trained under supervision at St. Joseph's Psychiatric Care Center, Boley Centers, Access House, and Florida Mental Health Institute. Jim has been in private practice in Tampa since April, 1999. He has helped people in the Tampa Bay Area overcome problems with depression, anxiety, relationship issues, anger management, grief & loss, and substance abuse/addictions.
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Jim Reinach, professionally speaking....
"I truly enjoy helping people through the process of counseling. I know that we are able to become whole, happy individuals no matter what we need to overcome, and that is the driving force behind my enthusiasm for counseling."
"I am happily married and live with my wife and two Bengal cats. I enjoy playing Go, an ancient Japanese board game somewhat like Chess, and also enjoy reading both modern and classic counseling literature."
"I entered the mental health field in 1993. I was fortunate to be at Florida Mental Health Institute in Tampa at a time when they still had the inpatient and day treatment mental health programs. My introduction to mental health included working with all types of depression, anxiety, mania, anger, grief & loss, relationship issues, substance abuse and other addictions, and also more serious mental health problems. Shortly thereafter I entered the University of South Florida in Tampa and completed my Masters Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling in 1996. While at USF I had practicums and internships at St. Joseph's Hospital Psychiatric Care Center in Tampa, Access House in Tampa, and Boley Centers in St. Petersburg. Again I worked with depression, anxiety, anger management, grief & loss, relationship issues, substance abuse and other addictions, as well as more serious mental health problems."
"After receiving my Masters Degree, I worked under supervision for two years and had a rich counseling experience using various methods and styles of psychotherapy. I worked at the Harbor Behavioral Health Care Institute in New Port Richey in Emergency Services as well as being a group facilitator. I then worked at DACCO (Drug Abuse Comprehensive Coordinating Office) in Tampa for 3½ years as a counselor, a counselor supervisor, and as Director of Outpatient Services."
"I became licensed in the State of Florida as a Mental Health Counselor in February, 1999 and opened my private practice in April 1999. I have been in private practice since then and it has been a most rewarding experience. "
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