Psychotherapy:   Member price $75/ session, non-member price $135/ session

* Cynthia Davey, PhD, LMHC

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Dr. Cynthia Davey has over 20 years of diverse experience in assessing, diagnosing, and treating mental health concerns. She uses a multi-system approach to patient care, incorporating the influence and support of family structure, school setting, work environment, and the community.   

Dr. Davey utilizes an eclectic approach including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and other principles and philosophies to create the ideal treatment program to meet the specific needs of the patient.


Dr. Davey has a sub-specialization in forensic psychology through additional training and several years of supervised work. She is a Nationally Certified Custody Evaluator through PACE and served as a Research and Clinical member with the Association of Treatment of Sexual Offenders. She is skilled in offender risk assessments and other forensic neurological evaluations.  


In addition, Dr. Davey is experienced in working with high-conflict divorce cases to assist families through difficult transitions by completing custody evaluations and parental fitness evaluations. She routinely testifies as an expert in dependency, family, juvenile, and criminal courts.


Dr. Davey received her PhD in Clinical Psychology from Capella University.  She completed predoctoral and APPIC postdoctoral internships. These trainings along with psychology residency helped her acquire proficiencies as a scientist-practitioner.


Dr. Davey also has expertise providing services in the following settings: hospital, juvenile detention facility,  jails, private practices, and multiple family and adult counseling centers including the Children’s Advocacy Center of Southwest Florida, Life Share Foster Care and Gulf Coast Direct Primary Care.

Dr. Victoria Frehe-Torres is a Florida Licensed Psychologist who works with children/teenagers, adults and families.

She is fully bilingual in both English and Spanish. 

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Dr Frehe holds a Masters and a Doctoral degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of Kansas. Dr. Frehe completed an internship in the department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health Sciences at the University of Kansas Medical School and a 2-year fellowship in Health and Primary Care Psychology with the Florida State University Medical School.


Dr. Frehe has worked in a variety of settings including medical centers, college counseling centers, community mental health centers and most recently in primary care. Her educational background and rounded experience have been strongly marked by fundamentals of health and behavior psychology, in addition to key aspects of positive psychology.


She enjoys working with a diverse population including children/teens, adults, and older adults, treating a wide range of difficulties including developmental concerns, adjustments/transitions, depression/mood, anxiety disorders, trauma, women’s health issues, and other health related problems.


She is best described as an eclectic psychologist where she combines different treatment modalities such as Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solution Focused, Positive Psychology, Hypnosis, and Family systems approaches. She strongly believes that the biggest component of psychotherapy is the client’s readiness, motivations to change, and good fit between the therapist and the client. These components create the A -team that facilitates and maintains change.