is a therapist and social worker specializing in ADHD, children and adolescents, college students struggling with transition to adulthood, and adults experiencing depression and anxiety. With a Master's Degree in Social Work from Tulane University, Rhonda has been a part of the Gainesville community for 16 years.
Throughout her life, Rhonda has worked in hospitals and schools, collaborating with doctors, teachers, parents, and students to address behavioral and emotional challenges. Additionally, her interest extends to working with college students who are navigating the complexities of transitioning into adulthood, providing them with the necessary support to thrive.
With a deep understanding of the unique needs and challenges associated with ADHD, Rhonda employs evidence-based strategies to assist individuals in improving focus, organization, and overall well-being. She values building a strong therapeutic relationship and fosters a safe and nurturing environment where clients can express themselves without judgment. Rhonda also enjoys working with couples and families seeking counseling and support.
Outside of her professional pursuits, Rhonda enjoys volunteering in the community and believes in giving back. She serves as a mentor in the Take Stock in Children program in Alachua County, helping talented high school students navigate the academic challenges of preparing for college. She enjoys spending time with her family and her dogs, traveling and playing pickleball with friends.
If you're seeking a compassionate and experienced therapist who can guide you or your loved ones through life's challenges, Rhonda is here to provide the support you need.