About Us

Nanette Vitale, MSW, LCSW



Nanette completed her graduate program at the Veterans Administration Hospital in West Palm Beach where she provided assessment, individual and group therapy for Veterans and their families in various capacities for the hospital, including the mental health clinic, day treatment programs and the acute psychiatric floor.

For the past few years, Nanette led the therapeutic department as a primary psychotherapist and was promoted to Clinical Director for a group home serving adolescents in foster care and their families in Palm Beach County.  Upon completing her Bachelor of Social Work, she provided intensive counseling and case management for the Department of Children and Families for those that became involved with the State of Florida due to abuse, neglect and abandonment.

In addition, her experiential background as a volunteer and undergraduate practicum was in the field of addictions.In her current practice she provides assessment, individual, couples and family therapy, life skills and career coaching.

Her areas of practice include adolescent and adult clients who suffer from Mood, Anxiety, Phobias Disorders, Behavioral disorders such as Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity and Oppositional Defiance Disorders and in relapse prevention and recovery. She is a professional whose trusting, supportive, caring and empowering approach will provide an engaging atmosphere for healing and change.

Tricia Conlon, LMFT



Tricia Conlon has been a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist since 2003.   She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in General Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Asheville, then went on to complete her Master of Science degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Nova Southeastern University.

She has spent the majority of her professional career supporting individuals and families coping with terminal illness, death, divorce, and other types of traumatic change and loss. She started her private practice in 2006 initially specializing in grief and loss work, supporting families who have lost a child. Currently, she sees individuals and couples who are primarily coping with depression, OCD, anxiety, cognitive impairment, eating disorders, trauma, and bereavement issues.

Tricia is a Certified Alzheimer’s Level I and II Trainer through the University of South Florida, providing dementia-specific training and support to family caregivers as well as healthcare professionals. Additionally, she is CISM-trained to provide crisis intervention to first responders, schools, and other local community organizations who have endured a sudden loss or traumatic event. Since 2007, Tricia has also served as online faculty for the University of Phoenix, College of Health Sciences and Nursing.