Get to Know Us

Dan Marcone, LMHC

Practice Founder, Director and Clinical Supervisor

I was born in upstate New York to first generation Italian parents, and was raised in southern Florida. I played football in high school and then served as an Airborne Ranger in the U.S. military for two years before marrying Amy, my best friend and wife. After completing my undergraduate studies in New Orleans, I directed a youth ministry in North Georgia.

Over the years I had the privilege to participate in the journeys of both teens and their families. While working with both adolescents and adults, I discovered my passion for counseling, which led me to return to school. I graduated with a Masters of Mental Health Counseling from Reformed Theological Seminary.

Since then I served as Director of Counseling for the Adolescent Life Coaching Center between 2008 and 2009, and in 2010 became co-director of Journeys Counseling Center.  In March of 2014, I had the privilege of opening and managing my own private practice, Seasons Counseling Orlando.  I am a generalist, but remain passionate about learning new interventions and therapies. I continually seek additional training so that I can stay abreast with current research and trends in the field.

My wife and I have three grown children; two daughters and a son.  I love hanging out with my family, going to the movies with my wife, and pulling for the Georgia Bulldogs.

Treatment Specialities:

Anxiety, Depression, High Risk Adolescents, Marital and Relationships, Spirituality, Grief and Loss, Communication, Addiction, Abuse, PTSD, Eating Disorders, OCD, Sexuality, Stress Management, EMDR

 

Tracy Weiss, LMHC

Born and raised in Central Florida, I am at home in a perpetual (and humid) summer. I graduated from the University of Central Florida with a degree in English and a desire to teach high school. However, like many before me, I ended up in a career completely unrelated to my degreed field. Beginning as a production artist on a national magazine, I navigated the creative side of publishing for years before joining the staff of a local church to do graphic design, marketing and brand management.

While I loved my job and the community I got to serve, I grew increasingly restless behind my desk. It was that unrest that led to a couple years of soul searching, personal counseling and, ultimately, a certainty regarding my wiring and vocational calling. I went back to school, graduating with a Master of Science in Counseling Psychology from Palm Beach Atlantic University.

Today, I am thrilled to be doing what I’m most passionate about — helping people discover and pursue abundant life. Focusing on overall wellness — physical, mental, emotional, relational and spiritual — I work with adults, couples, adolescents, parents and kids struggling with a wide variety of concerns.

A recovering perfectionist myself, I love helping people discover a path to self-care, self-compassion and self-acceptance. From perfectionism to depression, anxiety to ADHD, life transitions to career confusion and marriage maintenance to conflict resolution, I am always willing to enter a client’s struggle and expertly work to facilitate healing and transformation in their lives.

Outside the office, you can find me loving on my husband, nephews and niece, running distance or jumping in a lake. I’m an aspiring writer, fledgling gardener, occasional cook and a constant Country music listener.

Treatment Specialities:

Depression, Anxiety, Perfectionism, Codependence, EMDR, Infertility/Pregnancy Loss, Life Transitions, Career Concerns

 

Meghan Gunter

Registered Clinical Social Work Intern

Life is an ever-changing journey that has taken me down many paths and highways.

Over the last few years the route I have been on has taken me to Florida Atlantic University, where I earned a Bachelors of Social Work degree. I went to FAU on a track and cross country scholarship. Competing in NCAA Division I sports taught me many valuable lessons about discipline, overcoming adversity, the pursuit of dreams, being on a team, and the joy that comes from working hard at challenging tasks, and a deeper faith.

Following my experiences at FAU, I enrolled and completed the Masters of Social Work program at the University of Central Florida. With each of my degrees, I found myself taking additional steps towards fulfilling a longing to come along side people to find wholeness, self-actualization, and spiritual and emotional freedom.

After completing my studies at UCF, I began doing therapy with children and their family with Kinder Konsulting. My focus in counseling centers around helping children and families find peace, harmony and wholeness in their family systems. As individuals gain tools and methods that help them become whole and complete, their family systems and relational structures may find wholeness and health, as well.

One of the greatest journeys I am on is with my husband Kurt as we love, learn and discover life together as a couple. Kurt and I share our lives with our dogs Buster and Bradley. When I am out of the office you can find me reading on Park Avenue, surfing at Cocoa Beach, or paddle boarding on Lake Killarney.

Working with children and families I specialize in:

Anxiety, Depression, Disruptive Behaviors, Communication, Adjustment Disorders, OCD, Stress Management, Trauma, and others.