Mon. to Wed. • 10 – 7
Thursday • 10 – 1
Assessment on Thursday Afternoon
& Friday


37800 S.R. 54 West
Zephyrhills, FL 33542

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Do you suffer from nightmares and flashbacks of abuse or trauma from accidents, or a near death experience?

Do you have panic attacks, depression, marital conflict, problems between parents and children or other generational issues?

Is your blended family not meshing together or creating more friction?

Dr. Barron treats a range of disorders, for individuals and families, such as, but not limited to:

  • Grief and Loss
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Relationship Issues (for both GLBTQ and heterosexual couples)
  • Sexual Orientation Issues including Feelings of Religious Conflict
  • Behavioral Issues with Children and Family Conflict Issues
  • Adolescent Issues

She provides assessment for but not limited to:

  • Attention Deficit Disorder
  • Dementia Screening
  • Evaluation for Personality Related Questions
  • Level of Intellectual Functioning

Forensic assessments includes primarily but not limited to:

  • Competency to Proceed in the Criminal Process
  • Mental State at the Time of the Offense
  • Guardianship for Probate Court
  • Dr. Barron does not perform custody evaluations or any psychotherapy which would lead to testifying in court

One of my favorite movies is Somewhere in Time, the music captured me from the openning credits and I knew this movie would be an emotional roller coaster ride. If you have seen it, then you know it for yourself. It has been hailed as one of the best romance movies and typically will be shown around Valentine's Day. I have heard sentiments such as they really loved each other so much that each sacrificed their lives for the other. Hmmmmmmmmmm. Well, I ordered it a few weeks ago because I like this movie, and after I watched it, I re-thought my position. Does honest love ask one to sacrifice their life to re-unite? Somehow this notion that time transcendence seemed to weave a magical spell on those of us who are hopeless romantics. However, when examined, is this really love? Love is kind, unselfish, thinks of the other above themselves, but never sacrifices their own integrity, goals or life. If a couple is meant to be together, it would seem that circumstances would allow them to flow in the same direction, or wait for a time that it does. How many want to force the square peg into the round hole and call it "for love," is that really love or selfish desire? Well, I went searching for a good description of love and the best I could find was in the Book of First Corinthians Chapter 13: "Love is patient, kind, it is not envious, boastful, arrogant or rude. It does not insist on its own way, it is not irritable or resentful, it does not rejoice in wrongdoing but in the truth, Love never ends." In essence, love holds the other party up and wants them to reach their potential, wants great things to happen to them. Yes, love is hard, it is difficult, when you love someone there does seem to be a spiritual magic in it, because you become a better person, the focus is off oneself and onto their needs, but never to the exclusion of our own. These are some of my thoughts, I would be interested in yours? ...

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