Sandee S. Nebel, MS LMHC, CEDS-S, E-RYT 200
Sandee Nebel is a licensed mental health counselor in the state of Florida, a certified eating disorder specialist and approved supervisor (iaedp), a certified and registered yoga teacher and educator, and the founder of the White Picket Fence Counseling Center, LLC.
Along with her private practice at White Picket Fence Counseling Center offices in Altamonte Springs and Clearwater, Sandee is welcoming new clients to online therapy, where we use video or tele-therapy via telephone. Contact her today to get started.
Sandee received her Masters of Science in Mental Health Counseling from Nova Southeastern University and served as a practicum supervisor for students in that program. She devotes some of her time to educate and supervise registered interns working toward state licensure, as well as licensed therapists seeking certification as specialists in treatment of eating disorders (CEDS).
She is a past-president of The Eating Disorder Network of Central Florida, where she was active on the board of directors since its inception, continuing on as a board member and member of the newly formed central Florida iaedp chapter.
She is a frequent motivational and wellness speaker and trainer at corporations, governments agencies, and health care facilities. Sandee presents at professional conferences and has co-facilitated national webinars, such as the initial national training webinar for NEDA’s proud2Bme campaign.
Sandee is a former Executive Director of Sunspire Health Hyde Park (formerly called Hyde Park Counseling Center) in Tampa, which at the time treated eating disorders and substance use disorders in women.
Prior to her work at Hyde Park, she was the Clinical Supervisor and Consultant to the Eating Disorders Program and created the Yoga Therapy Program at The Recovery Village. She provided staff trainings in the treatment of co-occurring disorders (eating disorders and substance use disorders) on site and in the professional community.
Sandee draws on her vast experience to provide individual and group training and supervision, consulting, and Better Body Esteem™ workshops for treatment centers, private practice therapists, and yoga teachers.
In Sandee’s own words: “Creating and building White Picket Fence Counseling Center has been most rewarding. Clients have the opportunity to work with me and my well-trained staff of mental health clinicians, along with the dietitians and other therapists who have their private practices here. I am proud of how our clients benefit from the integrative and individualized treatment setting I created.”
Kristen Riordan (Schneider)
Kristen Riordan (Schneider) graduated from the University of Central Florida and Kripalu School of Ayurveda. She is currently earning her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health at Troy University. Kristen is an ayurveda counselor, yoga teacher, and published author. Kristen focuses on helping people optimize their health through self-care, nourishment, and self-compassion. Kristen has studied in China, India, and the US. She brings a holistic perspective to each experience.
Kaitlyn Sferrazza is a Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern and a Certified School Counselor in the state of Florida. She earned her Masters of Science in Mental Health Counseling from Nova Southeastern University. Kaitlyn provides psychotherapy to adolescents, college students and adults who want help with eating disorders, disordered eating, negative body image, anxiety, mood, and depressive disorders.
As a therapist, her intention is to provide a warm, non-judgmental space to empower and work collaboratively with the client in developing skills to confront and process emotions, life experiences and relationships; which all impact the lens in how a person perceives the world around them.
Kaitlyn helps clients understand the origin of their eating disorder, acknowledge its purpose and learn to use alternative coping mechanisms, which can reduce and eventually eliminate the use of destructive eating disorder behaviors. She assists clients in building self-esteem and attaining a healthier relationship to food and their bodies.
Kaitlyn recognizes the importance of meeting a client where they are at and supporting each individual in their therapeutic journey. Her goal is to help each person grow through self-awareness and reach their greatest potential for happiness and self-fulfillment.