Dr. Patz

Dr. Daniel Patz

Executive Director/Co-Founder/Co-Owner
Licensed Psychologist

Dr. Daniel Patz is a licensed clinical psychologist who has been providing mental health services since 1992. He has a strong clinical background in psychological assessment and mental health treatment of children, adolescents, and the geriatric population. Dr. Patz conducts evidenced based psychotherapy rooted in a cognitive-behavioral framework. His commitment to culturally competent, individualized assessment has been recognized by his appointment as the lead psychologist in a large mental health organization performing juvenile forensic outpatient multidisciplinary evaluations and later, as the Director of the Assessment Center.

Dr. Patz specializes in geriatric psychotherapy, and conducting a wide range of assessment services to individuals including diagnostic assessments for vocational and disability services, psychoeducational evaluations, forensic assessments, dependency evaluations, developmental and neuropsychological assessments. He also offers regular consultation to providers within the community regarding mental health needs of children and the elderly.

Dr. Francine Odio, Psy.D, LMHC

Executive Administrator/Co-Founder/Co-Owner
Licensed Mental Health Counselor

Dr. Francine Odio is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who has experience in providing evidenced based, community centered and systemically oriented counseling to underserved populations. She has worked with court involved families and youth requiring intensive emergent mental health care. Her expertise includes conducting and administrating comprehensive, multidisciplinary psychological evaluations.

Dr. Odio has held adjunct faculty status at Hillsborough Community College, Argosy University in Tampa, and the University of Hartford in Connecticut. She provides parenting skills enhancement building classes based on empirically supported research and conducts trainings in the community and to mental health service providers on a variety of topics including psychological trauma in children, abuse and neglect issues, and parenting.

Dr. Odio is bilingual/bicultural in English and Spanish.