The Diocesan Center for Family Life does not offer any counseling services directly. However, there are many resources available throughout the diocese to which we refer for those in need of help.
Note: The counselors listed here are for informational purposes only. They are not affiliated with the DCFL, Diocese of St. Augustine, or its agencies.
Joyce Lombana Aragno, LMHC (Bilingual: English and Spanish)
Two practice locations:
Jacksonville (904) 269-1774
St. Augustine (904) 377-6645
Specialties include: Individuals, Married Couples, Adult Children of Alcoholics, Sexual Abuse Victims, Depressive Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Child Bearing Loss, Post Abortion Syndrome.
Jeffrey D. Bishop, M.A., LMHC
Specialties include: Adults, Adolescents, and Families; Individual Counseling and Psychotherapy; Marital and Pre-Marital Counseling (* Trained Facilitator of the PREPARE-ENRICH Marital & Pre-Marital Assessment Instrument); Christian Counseling (optional).
Renee Fox, MS, LMHC
Professional Catholic counseling by a licensed therapist is available under the direction of St. Vincent’s Medical Center/Vincentian Services at multiple locations. Fees are based on a sliding scale. Many EAP programs and Tricare are accepted.
Al Lamoureux, LMHC
Specialties Include: PTSD, Marriage and Family, Children and Adolescents, Depression, Anxiety, Military Related Issues, Sexual Trauma, Sexual Addictions, Unwanted Same-Sex Attractions, Post Abortive Loss, Grief and Bereavement, Adult Children of Alcohol and Family Dysfunction, Codependency, Geriatric/Aging and Caregiver Stress, Stress Management.
Claudia Rojas, LMHC (Bilingual: English and Spanish)
Ponte Vedra Beach: (904) 280-8555
Specialties include: PTSD/Trauma, Anxiety, Depression, Fears/Phobias, Grief/Loss, Domestic Violence, Abuse, Post-Abortive, Divorce/Separation, Relationships, ADD, ADHD, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Addictions, Substance Abuse, Conflict Resolution, Deployment Reintegration, Military Family Issues.
DISCLOSURE: Counselors not affiliated with the Diocese of St. Augustine or The Diocesan Center for Family Life