Behavioral Health Treatment and Counseling

Inclusive Therapy Club is a culturally responsive, LGBTQ+ affirming - full-service mental health service providing comprehensive psychological services for a wide range of mental health, emotional, behavioral and relationship issues. Inclusive Therapy Club is currently operating via tele-health, conducting therapy sessions virtually through a HIPPA compliant platform. At Inclusive Therapy Club, we provide a warm and inviting environment that focuses on improving the lives of individuals in need of help with depression, anxiety, anger management and other emotional problems. Please check out our "services" tab to learn more!

We believe in not just addressing the emotional, but the physical and spiritual needs of the individual and their families. Depression, anxiety, and anger affect not only you but all those around you! Our goal is to provide a life-changing experience that will help you cope and develop better communication skills and promote individual changes which lead to mental and spiritual growth and development. We offer individual and group  therapy for adults, veterans and the senior population. We'd be honored to support you in addressing any of your mental health concerns. Call us so we can help.

We are currently accepting self-pay clients and Florida Medicaid. We are in the process of becoming credentialed with all major insurance carriers. 

Inclusive Therapy Club

Our mission is to reduce barriers to mental health care within the community by increasing access to quality care using innovative technologies. In order to reduce health disparities we offer easily accessible and affordable services to all.




Amethyst St. Thomas

Amethyst St.Thomas is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a Bachelor’s in Social Worker from Clark Atlanta University and a Master’s of Social Work with a focus in trauma-informed-care from Barry University. She began her work in the trauma field while working with the Victim’s Witness Assistance Program in Atlanta, GA and has since held positions in the field of crisis, case management, group facilitation, and individual therapy. She has worked with adults, families, diverse populations, children with chronic illness, dual diagnosis, and within the criminal justice system. She has also assisted in facilitating therapeutic treatment groups, and provided community-based services for medically underserved people impacted by trauma. In her current role, she provides behavioral health screenings, individual therapy, crisis intervention, substance abuse counseling and transgender care services in Miami, FL. In addition to her clinical role, she possess expertise in community organizing, and advocacy.

In addition to her clinical role, Ms. St.Thomas, serves as the BSSW Field Coordinator with Florida International University, and Visiting Assistant Teaching Professor. 


When she is not servicing her clients or her student, Ms. St.Thomas volunteers with various organizations such as, All-Options, a talk line that provides unconditional and judgment-free support for the full spectrum of experiences with pregnancy, parenting, abortion, and adoption. Currently, she serves as President of the Miami-Dade Chapter of Association of Black Social Workers, and as Spokesperson for the Egbe Omo Yansa. 

Roshelle M. Wilder

Roshelle M. Wilder is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Florida. She is a compassionate, dedicated  professional that is dedicated to improving patient outcomes. Her background includes work with culturally diverse adult, family and youth populations including both individuals, families and groups. She has experience working in environments including medical/mental health hospitals and social service agencies. Possesses a high degree of ethics and integrity. Offers a genuine, warm and non-judgmental approach to positively impact client progress.


When people experience trauma or severe life stressors, it is not uncommon for their lives to unravel. It is also not uncommon to not know what to do and how to cope. I know from experience that asking for help can bring about feelings of shame and fear. I strongly believe that therapy is an essential tool to help people look inside and become the best version of themselves. My greatest passion is bringing healing to those who have been through trauma or a stressful situation. I empower my clients to improve their relationships with themselves and others. l also empower clients to learn new ways to manage behavioral health issues and uncomfortable emotions. My goal is to help clients overcome life’s obstacles, reach their full potential and live their best lives.


I assist my clients achieve their therapy goals through a variety of approaches and a range of modalities. My background includes training in psychodynamic therapy, humanistic therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, solution focused therapy and trauma-focused therapy, with a mindfulness/holistic approach.


My educational background includes a Master’s degree in Clinical Social Work from Barry University in Miami FL.  As well as a Bachelor of Science degree with a focus in Clinical Social Work from Stony Brook University in New York. I maintain an active license in the state of Florida.

Individual therapy is a joint process between a therapist and a person in therapy. Common goals of therapy can be to inspire change or improve quality of life. People may seek therapy for help with issues that are hard to face alone. Individual therapy is also called therapy, psychotherapy, psychosocial therapy, talk therapy, and counseling.  

Group therapy can help people improve their mental health. It involves at least one mental health professional and two or more people in therapy. Many use it to address a specific mental health concern. The group dynamic often helps people feel supported as they move forward. Whether your goal is growth, improving social skills, or something else, group therapy could help you achieve it. 

A biopsychosocial assessment helps counselors, social workers and other behavioral health professionals learn about their clients on multiple levels and better understand their subjective viewpoint. As a result, biopsychosocial assessments enable therapists to diagnose and effectively treat their clients.

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