Tristine Barry
Tristine Barry
Cerebral Therapist
ABOUT Tristine Barry

Tristine Barry is a Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern in the state of Florida and works under the Clinical Supervision of Vanessa Soto, LMHC 1427123470. Tristine received her Master’s degree from Nova Southeastern University with honors. With over a decade of experience in mental health and substance abuse counseling, she has expertise and advanced training in ADHD, addictions, including MAT (Medication Assisted Therapy) programs for Opiates and Alcohol, and Anxiety. She has a passion to provide a safe, supportive environment to allow for a welcoming platform when treating conditions such as Food Addiction/Disordered Eating along with Body Dysmorphia, Depression, and self-esteem. Additionally, she has a passion for those who struggle with Career/Vocational difficulties, and Personal Development. She is a guiding hand and collaborative partner when it comes to reaching true potential for the enjoyable life desired and believes in climbing her mountain right beside the client-one step at a time. She believes in the power of hope, encouragement, and positive, gradual change.

Tristine has been complimented by her clients as one who is client-centered, compassionate, innovative, real, and strengths-based. She has experience in the following evidence-based modalities: Motivational Interviewing and Enhancement (MET), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Trauma Informed Care, Psychoeducation, Psychodynamic, Group Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Mindfulness, and more. She is quite excited be a part of the team at Cerebral as she partners with her clients in a customized and personal manner. In her free time, she studies for her own Personal Development to be the best she can for her clients. She loves to walk and spend time in nature with her camera and beloved pets by her side. 

Success is often achieved by those who don't know failure is inevitable. - Coco Chanel

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