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Lauren Buroker
M.Ed./Ed.S., LMFT


Mood Disorders, Child/Parent Issues, Families





A bit about me

Lauren Buroker is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and holds Masters and Specialist in Education degrees in Marriage and Family Therapy. Lauren’s ability to connect with and build strong relationships with her clients helps them to improve their mental health and work through personal and relational struggles. 


Her experience includes time at UF Health Shands in Gainesville, Girls Place, and Charlotte Behavioral Health Care. In her roles, she received training working with couples, families, and individuals, and learned various modalities that help her to best serve the clients that she works with on a daily basis. 


She practices family therapy, solution focused therapy, mindfulness, and cognitive behavioral therapy. She has used these approaches to treat various mental health issues including anxiety, depression, trauma, ADHD, relational issues, and adjustment disorders. 


She incorporates a strengths and systems-based approach to deliver evidence-based interventions to treat her clients. Lauren utilizes research, contextual information, and assessment skills, Lauren collaborates with clients to develop goals that best suit their needs. She does her best to learn from clients as much as she hopes they learn from her and assumes that the client is the expert on their own lives. 


In her free time, she enjoys traveling, spending time with family and friends, and watching hockey or baseball.

Fun Facts

Ideal Saturday

Sleeping in, then getting coffee, going to the beach and reading, grabbing dinner & then heading to either a Lighting game (during hockey season), or somewhere to cool off

Favorite Dessert

Chocolate cake from Portillos

Favorite Trip

The first cruise I ever took with my mom, to the eastern Caribbean

What are you working on in your life currently

A more consistent sleep schedule & attachment work

Between clients you can find me

If I have an extended break, often Target :). With shorter breaks, returning e-mails or reading something quick to give my mind a break

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