BONNIE R. SAKS, MD
Dr. Saks received undergraduate and medical degrees from Brown University. She completed
an internship in medicine at Montefore Hospital in New York and did residency training in obstetrics/gynecology and then psychiatry
at Yale University. She was subsequently a clinical instructor at Yale in both departments. She also completed a sex therapy
fellowship at Yale sponsored by the National Institute of Mental Health. Dr. Saks is now a Clinical Professor of Psychiatry
at the University of South Florida in Tampa. She is a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association, a Founding
Fellow of the American Board of Sexology, and Past President of the Society for Sex Therapy and Research. She was the
Commencement Speaker and Grand Marshall for the 30th anniversary of Brown University Medical School in May, 2005. She was
also among those chosen by her peers as "Best Doctors of Tampa Bay 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010." She is a nation speaker
and has authored many articles and most recently the Chapter on Psychopharmacology in Treatmenting Sexual Desire Disorders, Leiblum (ed.), Guilford Press, 2010.
CINDY PARSONS, DNP, ARNP-BC
Cindy received her Masters
of Science in Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing from Pace University in New York, and her undergraduate degree from Western
Connecticut State University. She is certified in two specialties: Family Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner and as a Clinical
Specialist in Child/Adolescent Psychology/Mental Health.
Cindy has practiced as a psychiatric nurse practitioner
for 10 years in Hillsborough and Polk counties. She maintains courtesy privileges with the University of South Florida College
of Nursing. She is active in the American Nurse's Credentialing Center and has presented a significant number of educational
offerings to both public and professional groups. She has authored a number of publications including contributing to nursing
Jacqueline Warner Garman, LCSW
Jacqueline Warner Garman is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Jacqueline graduated from
the University of South Florida with both her graduate and undergraduate degrees in Social Work. Jacqueline has worked with
individuals thru the lifespan. In her practice, she utilizes a client-centered and strengths-based therapeutic approach. Jacqueline
draws from CBT, solution-focused therapy and family systems therapy while working with the client to achieve their goals.
Jacqueline has extensive experience in grief and loss that began in her early work as an adoption social worker and later
as a clinician in a bereavement setting with children and their families. She is also knowledgable in working with individuals
and couples who have experienced perinatal loss.
In addition to grief and loss, Jacqueline
has experience in the following areas: mood disorders, end-of-life, relationship, parenting, adoption, infertility, and work/life
Carol Parker, LMHC
Carol Parker is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in practice in Tampa since
1985. She has worked in many areas of psychotherapy with individuals, families and couples. She specializes
in trauma-related disorders which include Childhood Trauma, Posttraumatic Stress, as well as Depression and Anxiety. She
is a native Floridian and enjoys time with her family and grandchildren.
Anne Thal, LCSW, DCSW retired from clinical practice on March 31, 2013. If you were her patient,
her records remain in this office.