d Michael Bailey | Counseling Gainesville Florida, Family Counseling Gainesville FL, Teen Anger Management, Florida Teen Counseling, Gainesville Grief Counseling. Care 4 America Counseling, 901 NW 8th Ave., Suite C-12, Gainesville, FL 32601. (352) 375-3335
Often, we think that life should be easy, especially when other people's lives seem to run more smoothly than our own.
We wonder why we carry such an enormous burden,
or, we think that our problems are insignificant compared to the tragedies in other peoples lives, and we should just toughen up.
The truth is, no pain is insurmountable and no amount of pain is trivial.
Acknowledging how our personal pain affects us is the first step toward the life we want, the next step is contacting Care 4 America
(352) 375-3335

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Michael Bailey, MA

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Certified (WRAP) Wellness Recovery Action Plan facilitator for clients that are having mental health issues or diagnosis as well substance abuse issues. As a facilitator, Michael Bailey has given public trainings to large audiences as well as working with specific clients such as low-functioning individuals, children with emotional and mental health issues as well as working with homeless individuals, and military veterans. Michael Bailey has also worked as a disaster relief counselor working with FEMA as well as with the Substance Abuse and Mental Health office with the Department of Children and Families. He has also worked and counseled individuals as a Family Team Coaching Therapist working with children and families involved in Dependency cases. Michael Bailey uses an eclectic approach in counseling, some individuals respond to cognitive behavioral approaches in a more positive manner than those who he needs to use rational emotive behavioral approaches.