Provide 4 Inc. offers services that can help children, adolescents, adults, and families deal with complex issues and transitions that are dealt with in everyday life. Often these life challenges affect a person’s performance at school, work, home, and in the community. Provide 4 Inc. helps individuals find direction and function at their highest potential within the life areas mentioned above.
Provide 4 Staff:
Provide 4 Inc. is staffed by professional counselors holding a state certification and a Master’s degree in Social Work with extensive experience in family, group, and individual counseling. We can assist you in any issue you or your family may be facing.
Provide 4 Inc. provides individual and family counseling, addressing a variety of problem areas including: Adolescent Issues, Abuse, Trauma, Substance Abuse and Addictions, Self-Mutilation, Anxiety, Depression, Grief, Life Transitions, personal growth and development, Eating disorders, divorce, pregnant teens, and a variety of other concerns.
Provide 4 Inc. utilizes an eclectic approach when assisting individuals and families. Here are few theories/models used: motivational interviewing, client-centered, solution-focused, crisis management, cognitive behavioral, problem solving, conflict-resolution, family, and empowerment.
Individual and family counseling appointments can be conveniently scheduled morning, mid-day, afternoon, and evenings. Contact us for a free consultation and determine if you would like to arrange an appointment time with one of our professional counselors.
What you can expect from Provide 4?
- Confidential consultation and counseling.
- A respectful and non-judgmental attitude.
- Candid guidance and support.
- Active listening, encouragement, and motivation.
Our President & Clinical Director
Kacee Tannenbaum MSW, LCSW
Licensed Professional Counselor
Kacee Tannenbaum is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and is the President and Clinical Director of Provide 4 Inc. She received both her Masters and Bachelors Degrees in Social Work from Florida State University and completed her internships at Florida Baptist Children’s Homes and Refuge House, a domestic violence shelter, in Tallahassee, FL. Her previous work experience includes working as a School Social Worker in Bristol, FL and the Family Services Specialist at Covenant House Florida in Fort Lauderdale, FL.
Kacee has substantial knowledge with providing individual, family, and group counseling within the community. She has worked with a broad range of individuals from successful professionals, elementary, middle, and high school students, to homeless youth and has extensive expertise in a variety of areas, including depression, crisis management, anxiety, relationship difficulties, life transitions, impulse control, adolescent behavior, ADHD, stress management, self-esteem, substance abuse, and parenting issues. Kacee’s objective is to help individuals reach their fullest potential in all life areas, find solutions to life problems, and create a “happier” you.
Kacee believes "Feeling a connection" with a therapist is one of the most important factors when determining the right therapist. You can expect a non-judgmental attitude, support, and motivation when stepping into a therapeutic relationship with her.
Her professional affiliations include the National Association of Social Workers, the American Counseling Association, the American Psychotherapy Association, and the National Association of Professional Women.