Office Hours: Monday to Saturday - Daytime and Evening Hours

Location: Tampa Palms Professional Center

5331 Primrose Lake Circle, Suite 102, Tampa, Florida 33647

Telephone Number: 813/400-3368 to schedule an appointment

Fax Number: 813/999-0517

Languages: English and Spanish

Offering: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, a goal-oriented and brief approach. In addition, to person-centered psychotherapy, reality therapy, cognitive processing training, bibliotherapy, solution-focused brief therapy, breathwork and cognitive processing training. Available to adults, couples and families (includes military, civilian veterans and their loved ones) to prevent and/or cope with mental illness, emotional and/or behavioral disturbances.

With Who? Madeline Cintron-Hall, LCSW

Keeping it Professional and Real....

My practice consists of a diverse, multicultural clientele from a variety of lifestyles that want to overcome, learn and get back to living life with satisfaction and happiness. Clients have expressed their appreciation of the services received by saying "my marriage has improved because of the communication skills learned", my child has been able to open up in therapy and made changes", "I realize I have to make a change", etc... It has been rewarding to hear a client say "Now I have tools to use" at the completion of therapy services.

Individuals' emotional well-being and self-acceptance are my primary focus. Rebuilding their strength and helping them become aware of the power within themselves to improve their mindset has been an honor and rewarding experience. A person-centered approach that includes the client's opinions, suggestions are part of the treatment plan. My goal is for clients to create their own goals and for me to support them in reaching them. Many of my clients are faced with issues, such as...

Stress at home, school, community and/or work

Transitions-Relocation, College, New Job, Military...

Mental Illness of loved ones

Bullying at School and Work

Parent/Child Issues


Medical Problems

Financial Stress

School Concerns

Work Concerns

Family Issues

Social Skills

Life Skills









What to Expect on Your First Visit:

Allow an hour for the 1st session, all other sessions are 45 to 60 minutes length unless otherwise agree.

Intake forms are email to you to be completed prior to the session, allowing the time to focus on your concern(s).

Parent(s)/Guardian(s) needs to be available and present during session(s) in order to meet with minor(s) (consent must be signed by parent(s)/guardian(s) who have custody of the minor).

If you, or someone you know, is in danger of harming him or herself, call now 911 or go the nearest emergency room. You can also dial 211, 813-234-1234 or the suicide prevention hotline at 1-800-273-8255 to speak with a crisis counselor who is available to help 24 hours, 7 days a week and 365 days a year. The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline offer Live Chat is available at website https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/