Janean Byrne

Janean Byrne

The goal in therapy is to insure that my clients feel free to discuss difficult circumstances in a  non-judgmental and safe environment. In the first session, we will discuss your goals and use them as a measure of progress and to make sure that we are actively working. Goals, for example, range from being able to talk through and reprocess an event to learning better coping skills to effectively deal with a stressful situation or relationship. The key to your happiness is within. We will work together to find it. 

I believe in taking an inclusive approach to therapy, while considering an individual's health, sleep patterns, relationship dynamics, thought processes, spirituality/religion, past traumas, prior or new diagnoses, etc. I utilize Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Strength Based Techniques and Solution Focused Therapy. In Couples Therapy I utilize John Gottman techniques, Prepare-Enrich Platform and Emotionally Focused Therapy, along with other tools and techniques that may move an individual, couple or family closer to their destination. Life is too short to not find your joy and contentment within yourself and your relationships.

Today is a gift, that is why it is called the present. Let us work together to find your joy in the present. 


Janean Byrne, MS, LMHC                  


Janean Byrne Specializes in working with couples and adult family relationships (siblings, parent/parents and adult child, and extended family relationships.  

Janean Byrne specializes in working with adults who present with focusing or attention deficit concerns, such as Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD, ADHD).


Janean completed her Clinical Mental Health Counseling Master's Degree at Hodges University. She is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with the state of Florida.

License #MH15525

Additional Training

John Gottman L1 Couples Counseling Certified

Prepare/Enrich Certified Couple's Counselor

Certified DCF approved Parenting Class instructor

Citi Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative\ Social and Behavioral Research

The role of Trauma Among Families Struggling with Substance Abuse

Suicide Prevention

Suicide Prevention of Juvenile Justice

Crisis Intervention De-Escalation Techniques

Reference: Educational Service District 101

SPIRT Training (Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment)

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