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Julie D. Bruno Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Certified Addiction ProfessionalCertified Clinical Psychologist
Certified Addiction Professional


Welcome and thank you for taking a moment to read through my website. My name is Julie D. Bruno, Psy.D. I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Certified Addiction Professional with a private practice located in Hollywood, Florida. Throughout my website, you will learn about my therapeutic style of therapy through focus and training. I have also compiled a group of resources, including my blog, on a number of psychological and life situations that often propel people to consider entering therapy. My clients enter therapy for many different reasons, whether it be a specific mental health issue, transition in life or crisis, I am here to assist you in your pursuit of clarity.

Therapeutic Style of Therapy

If you are struggling with any of these issues or situations, remember you are not alone and that therapy can provide you with an objective view of your current situation. We all try to use coping strategies we have used in the past to resolve what afflicts us currently but there are moments when these once effective coping strategies become ineffective. Choosing to enter into therapy can be difficult as many feel that doing so is a sign of failure or weakness. This idea couldn’t be further from the truth. If you were drowning in a pool would you consider asking for help a sign of weakness? If you answered, no, I am here to assist you in your journey toward gaining a deeper understanding of your thoughts, emotions, behaviors and interactions.

Telepsych Therapy Sessions

If you are feeling overwhelmed to fit something else onto your list. Tele psych may be interested in a therapy session from the comfort of your home. Learn more about e-Therapy.

Beyond the Ordered Chaos

No therapeutic relationship is created by emailing Dr. Bruno. This is for informational purposes only. If you are in distress and in need of urgent psychiatric care, please go to the nearest emergency room, call 911, or contact the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255.
Disclaimer: None of the information provided herein is to be construed as a provision of psychological or psychotherapeutic services. Likewise, Dr. Bruno’s statements do not imply or construe a professional relationship between the reader and the author. The doctor may be contacted via the information listed on the Contact page to schedule in-person therapy appointments.