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Dr. Mary Archibald

PhD, LMHC, CAGCS

Dr. Mary Archibald, PhD, LMHC, CAGCS holds a PhD in Psychology, Master of Science in Professional Counseling and a Master of Human Services Health and Wellness. She is a Licensed Mental Health Clinician in the State of Florida and owner of West Florida Counseling Services LLC, a faith-based private practice offering services in various theoretical orientations and specializations. She has conducted quantitative research in Technology Time Spent, Conflict Style, and Communication Styles as Predictors in Relationship Satisfaction. Archibald is a Licensed Clinical Supervisor for the State of Florida, and contract Redirections Program Director Circuits 1,2,4 for Chrysalis Health managing staff from the Florida Panhandle to Jacksonville. She is a Certified Advanced Grief Counseling Specialist. Dr. Mary is a veteran of the United States Navy and Outreach Strategist with more than 30 years of experience in human services, and outreach. Mary is a wife, mother, grandmother, and mom to many. She has passionately served in overseas missions, local community outreaches, as well as provided counseling services to families and organizations during crisis. She also provides leadership, stress management, training, and self-care workshops at the corporate level to organizations.

 

Dr. Archibald aims to empower humans in understanding mental health, mental illness, holistic wellness, and self-care. She is the founder of God’s Girls God’s Boys Inc. and specializes in women’s help, motivation, and empowerment. As Senior Co-Founding Pastor of Empowerment Church International, Mary has labored for families and the community. In social purpose efforts, she serves on the Board of Directors for Empowerment Transformation Center, Inc. and as a consultant contractor for the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice. Archibald aims to improve society by promoting mental health and well-being through cognitive processing, spirituality, and building strong relationships.