Counseling For Your Mental Well Being
Damon Dye, Ed.D.
Mental Health CounselorDamon Dye, Ed.D., is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor/Supervisor, a National Certified Gambling Counselor/Supervisor, and a National Board Approved Clinical Consultant. He specializes in trauma and couples work, is certified in Advanced Clinical Brainspotting through Attachment, Complex PTSD, and Dissociation. He has trained in Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy, Emotionally Focused Therapy with Trauma Survivors, and Gottman Therapy for couples and families. Dr. Dye has been an Adjunct Professor for Springfield College since 2008 where he earned his Masters of Science of Mental Health Counseling. He was awarded his Doctorate of Education in Counseling Psychology from Argosy University, Sarasota.
Dr. Dye has worked with patients and their families in Tampa Bay in both residential and outpatient settings since 2004. Dr. Dye is an adjunct trauma professor for the International Association of Trauma Professionals (IATP.) He has provided gambling addiction assessment and treatment training for local Drug Courts and has been retained as a forensic expert testifying on gambling addiction for both Federal and local jurisdiction cases. Dr. Dye was also invited, through the Florida Certification Board as a Developmental Committee member, for credential creation of the Certified Gambling Addiction Counselor (CGAC) and has been providing trainings since 2005.
Dr Dye is specialized in relationships, trauma, youth behavior, emotional intelligence, and problem gambling. He has assisted patients in resolving issues related to ADHD/ADD, adjustment, anxiety, anger, attachment, betrayal, conduct, depression, family dynamic changes, gambling addiction, grief, impulse control, marital conflict, marital communication, mistrust, panic, PTSD, and traumatic stress. Dr. Dye’s clinical experience has also included adult outpatient psychotherapy, adolescent development through recreational programming, behavior modification in adolescents/pre-schoolers, and administration management of clinical services for incarcerated juveniles.
Dr. Dye is a published author and presents workshops on youth behavior, traumatic stress, and problem gambling to mental health professionals, staff, parents, and volunteers of community organizations. He has been awarded the C.G. Jung Society of Sarasota Scholarship for 2008. In addition, his work results include recreation/mental health treatment plans recommended for Best Practices to the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice.
Amanda May, LMHC, LMFT
Mental Health CounselorAmanda May is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor as well as a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She attended the University of South Florida where she earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology with a minor in Child Development, and a Master’s in Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling. Amanda works with a number of different populations and specializes in working with families, children, and couples. It is her goal to help facilitate counseling that helps to identify and resolve unhelpful dynamics in families and relationships. Amanda has also received training in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy which is designed to help people struggling with impulse control and other damaging behaviors.
Additionally, Amanda has helped people struggling with depression, anxiety and life transitions. She strives to provide a warm client-centered environment and works collaboratively to give her clients the skills they need to make positive lasting changes in their own lives. here he earned his Masters of Science of Mental Health Counseling. He was awarded his Doctorate of Education in Counseling Psychology from Argosy University, Sarasota.