Virtual treatment available: DMA outpatient programs can also be accessed via online telehealth services.
Our day treatment program provides care for partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient levels of care. Treatment is customized and employs a variety of evidence-based modalities, including cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, and more. Here, clients benefit from one-on-one therapeutic support as well as group sessions in a supportive environment of peers where they can safely practice new skills that are transferable to home.
Insurances we accept at this location include but are not limited to Aetna, Florida New Directions Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Cigna, and Beacon. Please remember that the insurances we accept change frequently. Our insurance team will verify your coverage.
MEET THE TEAM
Collin Donoho, BS
Collin has been working in the mental health field for over a year at an inpatient facility in the Central Florida area. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology from the University of Central Florida and is currently enrolled in a graduate program pursuing a Master of the Arts degree in counselor education. Outside of work, Collin loves to cook and travel. A fun fact about Collin is he loves to collect business cards and coffee mugs.
Stephanie is a registered mental health counseling intern. She earned her master’s degree in marriage and family therapy with a certificate in mental health counseling from the University of Central Florida. During graduate school, she worked with survivors of sexual, emotional and substance abuse. Additionally, she has experience with individuals diagnosed with mood disorders, personality disorders, anxiety and depression. She has worked in residential and outpatient settings. Although she approaches therapy through an eclectic lens, she places an emphasis on cognitive behavioral therapy, narrative therapy, emotion-focused therapy and person-centered therapy.
Michael graduated with a Master of Science degree in mental health counseling from Nova Southeastern University. Michael has almost 10 years of experience in post-acute inpatient rehabilitation for those diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury and/or spinal cord injury, and two years of experience in an outpatient setting working with adults who are experiencing substance abuse/use disorders, PTSD, personality disorders, mood disorders and anxiety disorders. Michael’s therapeutic approach utilized but not limited to cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, crisis intervention and grief counseling. Michael loves to cook for family and friends, enjoys collecting/wearing socks with assorted patterns, going to the park with their daughter, and maintaining and tending to their newly planted garden.
Erica Johnson, LMHC, C-DBT
Erica is a licensed mental health counselor and certified in dialectic behavior therapy. She earned her master’s degree in clinical counseling and psychology from Troy State University. Erica helps young adults, adolescences and families; her experience includes planning and coordination of youth programs, group facilitation, mentor programs, parent coaching, and various youth and family projects. Erica specializes in working with at-risk teens, young adults and families. She focuses on treating patients who have experienced traumatic and persistent trauma, depression, bipolar and anxiety resulting from long-term abuse, substance abuse, relationships and family trauma. She has worked in a variety of settings from private practice to long-term residential treatment facilities, community-based treatment programs, hospitals and schools. Erica is a trauma-informed therapist certified in DBT and treating trauma drawn heavily from patient-centered and strength-based perspectives. She integrates cognitive behavioral therapy, solution-focused therapy, patient-centered approach, positive parenting, trauma-informed care and dialectic behavior therapy in her practices. Erica works collaboratively with patients who experience negative thought patterns, independence and self-identity, abuse, family relationships, interpersonal conflicts and communication to explore finding potential solutions in support of one’s mental and physical well-being.
Stephanie Richard MA, NCC, RMHCI
Stephanie earned her Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of Central Florida. She is experienced in applying a strength-based approach to counseling in acute inpatient and private practice settings to help her patients overcome substance misuse, trauma, depression, anxiety, personality disorders and more. Additionally, she employs therapeutic approaches which include cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), mindfulness and self-compassion to promote behavior change among adults and minors. Stephanie is passionate about eliminating shame and stigma in mental health, and empowering patients on their healing journey. In her free time, Stephanie enjoys spending time with her family and friends, serving in her community, reading and curating new adventures.
Emberly (Emmy) Causseaux, RMHCI
Emmy Causseaux (pronounced cuh-saw) earned her Master of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Central Florida in 2021. She has been in the field of mental health since 2015, first starting as a suicide prevention advocate at her undergraduate college. Emmy has worked in acute inpatient settings, substance abuse treatment, and residential settings. She has experience working with adolescents as well as adults with a variety of different goals. Emmy takes an eclectic approach to counseling; her favorite theories include CBT, DBT, Existential, and strength-based. Emmy seeks to empower clients and is a big proponent of self-exploration, self-esteem, identity development, and the importance of self-love. In her free time, Emmy loves to spend time with her dog, Serotonin, be creative, or swim in various bodies of water.
Areas of interest: Adolescent development, brain behavior, LGBTQIA+ issues, anxiety, OCD, self-esteem, interpersonal conflicts, social justice
Here’s What Patients Say After Completing Treatment*
- 97% feel hopeful about their future*
- 95% believe they can handle life after treatment*
- 99% know what helps them get better*
“This program felt like a family. They will always be the people I can trust.” – Daryn L., former patient at DMA Orlando
“At DMAP, all of the therapists were extremely helpful, kind and super diverse in the way they handled group sessions. They would challenge me and my peers and truly cared for us. They wanted to see us succeed and wouldn’t give up on us until we did. Overall, they were amazing therapists.” – Jaidan G., former patient at DMA Orlando
“This program has been nothing short of life-changing. It gave me everything I needed and more to be the best version of myself.” – Sandy R., former patient at DMA Orlando
*Percentage includes adult and adolescent patients who admitted to the Discovery Mood & Anxiety Program in 2021 (between 1/1/21 and 12/31/21) and completed the Recovery Assessment Scale (RAS) (N = 2,278). Average length of stay is 34.2 days for those who completed treatment (did not discharge to a higher level of care, due to insurance, against treatment advice, transfer or administratively).