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About Carol Watler

Therapist

Carol Watler has lived in the Orlando area for over 16 years.  She has been a mental health therapist for approximately 8 years and served as a hospital Chaplain for 7 years. She is Board Eligible for Certification with the Association of Professional Chaplains and a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors with a Certification in Critical Incident Stress Management.  She obtained her Master of Arts in Professional Counseling from Liberty University and her Masters of Divinity from Regent University.  She is licensed by the State of Florida as a Mental Health Counselor and is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst Candidate. Ms. Watler provided spiritual and emotional care for patients, families and staff at Orlando Health Systems from 2003 to 2009.  As the Manager of the Chaplaincy Department at South Seminole Hospital, she ministered to patients and families at various levels of the grief process.  She also ministered to hospital staff to assist them in coping with the day-to-day stressors often seen in emergency room personnel.

Ms. Watler began her career as a therapist in 2003 with Lakeside Alternatives while completing her Master of Arts in Professional Counseling.  She meshed her skills as a chaplain and her training as a therapist to enhance the service she provided to her clients.  In 2009, Ms. Watler made the decision to embrace her calling and her career as a mental health counselor.  She obtained her license from the State of Florida and returned to Lakeside Alternatives from 2009 to 2010 as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor wherein she found herself providing counseling, therapy and psychotherapy to juvenile clients and their families.

In November 2010, Ms. Watler opened another chapter in her life in furtherance of her mission statement which is based on Isaiah 61:1-3.  Ms. Watler became Founder and CEO of Hope For Tomorrow Mental Health Services, LLC which provides individual and group counseling and psychotherapy to adults and juvenile clients and their families.

Ms. Watler is the proud mother of three young adult professional women and the grandmother of two.  She volunteers her services within her local community by conducting workshops that assist attendees with managing certain life issues such as stress, grief and other coping skills.  She also provides assistance with referrals, as needed, to various advocate groups, churches and parish nurses to name a few.

Ms. Watler is truly able to provide her clients with “HOPE FOR TOMORROW” by ensuring that each client receives effective psychiatric treatment strengthened by faith, encouraged by hope and inspired by love.

Office Manager

Allison has been working at Hope For Tomorrow since 2016. She has worked in the hospitality and customer service industry for over ten years and has a passion for helping people. She was born and raised in Florida. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family and dog, Zoey. She loves to look for any adventure involving animals or being on the water.

About Hope for Tomorrow

Hope for Tomorrow provides clients with straight-forward counseling services that produce results.  Our three valued added components are:

Comprehensive: treatment focues on all aspects of the individual’s life to achieve the stated goals. Counselors take a holistic approach and create treatment plans that address the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual well-being of an individual.

Affordable: by offering various payment options and accepting most major insurances, clients do not have to worry about whether or not they can afford to take care of their emotional health.

Effective: results in months not years. While every client cannot be “cured” instantly, therapy will produce tangible results. Clients are motivated to continue to better themselves when they can see tangible evidence of progress. Being able to obtain that progress in a shorter time than most of the competition positions Hope for Tomorrow in a position for success.