Joe Zichi, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, provides counseling for children and families at D’Arienzo Psychological Group. He brings more than 40 years experience in life coaching, counseling and therapy, helping children, families, and adults. Joe specializes in psychotherapy treatment for teens with depression, anxiety, and behavioral problems. He can assist you and your teenager in developing a behavioral management program that works for your family. Joe also provides counseling for children. If your child is under seven years of age, Joe will work primarily with you, the parent, with strategies to deal with your concerns and your child’s problems. In addition to counseling teens and children, Joe also provides counseling services and therapy services for adults with depression, anxiety, OCD, and phobias.
In addition to his expertise working with children and teens, Joe provides marital therapy and couples counseling, addressing issues related to infidelity, trust, respect, addiction, and communication problems. He also has extensive experience in the area of grief counseling, where he helps loved ones work through the loss of a beloved family member or friend.
Joe holds many leadership positions at various agencies and institutions throughout Northeast Florida. Please see his resume below for details. Please contact our office if you would like to schedule an appointment for yourself, your child, or your family with Mr. Joe Zichi.
Mr. Joe Zichi accepts self-pay and Tricare Standard, Tricare Prime, and Tricare Prime Retired.
B.A. – 1969 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan – Major – Sociology, Psychology
M.S.W. – 1973 Waterloo Lutheran University, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada – Major – Clinical
Licensed Clinical Social Worker since 1982 (Florida License #SW0000380)
NPI Number: 1891711511
Member National Association of Social Workers
Academy of Certified Social Workers – May 1976 to present
Mr. Joe Zichi, LCSW is an independent contractor with D’Arienzo Psychology
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