Tranquility Counseling LLC

Resources




Self Assessments*:

Alcohol Abuse Self Screening Tool

Drug Abuse Self Screening

Other Online Screenings


* These online tests do not replace in any way a formal psychiatric evaluation or for diagnosing and are for reference and educational purposes only.


Anxiety:

www.AnxietyNetwork.com


Stress:

www.helpguide.org/articles/stress/relaxation-techniques-for-stress-relief.htm


Job/Vocational Assistance:

www.futureplans.org

www.ncda.org  


Are you a student?

Baycare provides 3 FREE counseling sessions for students for every academic year at SPC and HCC. Call 800-878-5470 anytime 24/7 or check out https://www.spcollege.edu/referrals/ or https://www.hccfl.edu/ssem/sap.aspx for details. Just give them my name and call me to schedule your free sessions! I can help with anything from problems studying, managing time, peer pressure, drugs/alcohol, problems at home, or just feeling stressed and need to talk to someone in a safe and non judgmental environment.


Suicide:

http://211connects.org/needs-library/suicide-prevention/

Phone# 1-800-SUICIDE

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255


Housing and Homelessness:

http://211connects.org/needs-library/housing-homelessness/


Alcohol, Addiction, and Eating Disorders:

Find AA and NA meeting - In The Rooms

AddictionCenter.com

Prescription Drug Addiction and Info

Fairwinds Treatment Center for Addiction and Eating Disorders

Operation PAR Substance Abuse and Mental health

Tranquil Shores Substance Abuse Treatment Center

Windmoor Hospital- Substance and Mental Health Treatment

NationalEatingDisorders.org


Resources for Mental Health Professionals:

Counselor Magazine

SAMHSA


Other Resources and Support:
http://211connects.org/ or DIAL 2-1-1.
LGBT Resources St Petersburg


FREE support groups and education for individuals with mental illness and for their families:

NAMI Pinellas- National Alliance on Mental Illness : http://nami-pinellas.org/

               NAMI—National Alliance on Mental Illness—is the largest advocacy organization in the country for those living with mental illness. It began in the 1970’s as a grassroots organization with a small group of mothers who got together to help each other adjust to the challenges of caring for their adult children with mental illnesses. This small group of “NAMI Mommies” grew into a respected national organization with more than 1100 affiliates throughout the country! Our mission is to provide education, support, and advocacy for our individuals and families affected by mental illness. The vast majority of our work is done by volunteers. This allows those who need help and support from NAMI to get that help without payment. We believe cost should not be a barrier that interferes with access to education and support from others who have “lived” experiences.



Helpful Apps:

SAM App-  help you to understand what causes your anxiety, monitor your anxious thoughts and behavior over time and manage your anxiety through self-help exercises and private reflection.

Recovery Road- increase mindful eating, manage and cope better with disordered eating habits; helps people with eating disorders by allowing them to create healthy meal plans, monitor their urges to binge, and create long-term management systems

Relax Melodies- zen sounds, white noise, for meditation

Calm App- simple mindfulness meditation, guided

MindBody- easily find and book fitness classes and services near you; everything from yoga, crossfit, and group classes to salon and massage appointments.


Primary Care Physician:
Dr, Beth Carlson 
727-596-9490
12046 Indian Rocks Road
Largo, FL 33774 

Psychiatry:
Dr. Mariana Delgado
727-799-7530
802 2nd Street North #1
Safety Harbor, FL 34695