Experience Change with Seeking Solutions of South Florida, LLC

A Therapy Practice for High Adults


“Out of your vulnerabilities will come your strength”

Sigmund Freud

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About Us

Serving individuals, couples, and families Since 2018

Seeking Solutions of South Florida, LLC, a private therapy and counseling practice based in South Florida - here to guide you through life’s most complex and difficult matters, Dr. Antionette, owner of SSSF truly cares about her clients’ well-being and guarantee top of the line counseling and psychological services catered to their needs.

Since 2018, SSSF  have provided a number of specialized therapeutic services to millennials dealing with challenging life experiences. Client well-being is our number one priority, and we go above and beyond to help them through all their obstacles. Get in touch with Dr. Antionette today for more information.


Individual Therapy

If you’re looking for quality Individual Therapy sessions with a Licensed Mental Health Service Provider that cares, then you’ve come to the right place. I walk alongside my clients every step of the way and implement various methods to help them develop new attitudes towards all of life’s most complex matters. Schedule a consultation today and see what I can do for you.

Couples Therapy

Feeling a bit dry in your relationship lately and nothing seems to lift your spirits? Are you two constantly arguing over the smallest things? Perhaps there are communication issues?  It might be time to seek help from a licensed professional. My Couples Therapy sessions help couples develop positive attitudes toward life’s most complex and challenging circumstances in relationships. Contact me today and let me help you find the best in each other.

Family Therapy

In my therapy sessions, we’ll work to solve current problems and improve positive thinking and behavior. I will help you “re-frame” your reactions and provide you with valuable tools to cope with life’s obstacles. I’m confident you’ll find my personalized Family Therapy beneficial and inspirational. Get in touch with me to book an appointment.

Seeking Solutions of South Florida, LLC is a private counseling practice based in South Florida, that provides a safe and warm space for millennial's through individual therapy and coaching; helping adults in their journey towards self-discovery,  relationships, reflection, and increased awareness.


Dr. Antionette Edmonds, LMHC

Sharing her raw and uncut thoughts, suggestions, and advice on Toxic Relationships, Family Conflicts, Career struggles, Sex, Love, Societal pressures & Living a more balanced life all in her private practice, Dr. Antionette Edmonds, is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, and a Marriage Family Therapist who hails from Richmond, Virginia. Edmonds is also relatable, reliable, fearless, bold, and nontraditional in her therapy approach. She is the founder and CEO of Seeking Solutions of South Florida, LLC a therapy practice for millennials. Breaking stereotypes of what it means to be a "Black woman" she pulls from her education, and personal life experiences. Edmonds offers her uncut and unbiased thoughts and suggestions on all facets of life. She likes to think of herself as your personal diary or professional friend. 
A fresh start is only a phone call away.

How Do I Get Started?

Let's face it. Finding a therapist can be a daunting task. You are probably asking yourself "How will I know which one is the right fit?" Having a great trust relationship with your therapist is important. That's why building a great therapeutic alliance is my number one priority. You might be initially hesitant to seek out help and support for personal matters, and that is okay. I will guide you, and address the best type of therapy for you during your initial consultation. 

The telephone consultation is not a therapy session; the purpose of the call is to get to know your presenting problem and to learn more about my practice.

In the event we decide that we aren't a good fit, referrals to other therapists will be provided.



SFBT is future-focused, goal-directed, and focuses on solutions, rather than on the problems. The key concept is looking for previous solutions.


Individuals, couples and families can all benefit from narrative therapy. This model of counseling views people as separate from their problems. The goal is for you to see how there are positive and productive ways to approach your life and your future when you stop identifying yourself with your problems.


CBT help clients change their unhelpful thinking and behavior that lead to enduring improvement in their mood and functioning. To learn more click on link.

I Am New To Therapy What should I expect?


Someone wise once said, “Self-care is a continuous process of reflecting on your needs and investing in yourself to be the best version of yourself.” Understand, self-care is a lifestyle and continuous process of understanding your needs and investing in yourself. Eating healthier, exercise, and meditate regularly or taking a day off from work are all high points of reference to self-care. Create small and achievable goals instead of setting lofty expectations.  So what is self-care?  Self-care in essence is the mindful taking of time to pay attention to you in a way that ensures that you are being cared for by you.

Daily Self-Care Checklist

- Make your bed
- Eat at least two nourishing meals
- Write down or journal my thoughts
- Take a break
- Clean up your living space and workspace

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Meditation & Mindfulness

The internet is flooded with information about the benefits of mindfulness and meditation and while both words are often used interchangeably, they are not the same. 
Mindfulness is a quality that is associated with many mental health benefits and other positive attributes, such as self-esteem and self-acceptance (Thompson & Waltz, 2007). For these reasons, many therapists see mindful living as a worthwhile goal for their clients. Meditation is an intentional practice, where you focus to increase calmness, concentration, awareness, and emotional balance.

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