Bridges Behavioral Wellness LLC

UPDATED: October 28, 2019

Dr. Ginns has extensive training in Applied Behavior Analysis and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. She is a former school psychologist and current licensed psychologist/BCBA-D in Tampa, Florida. She completed her pre-doctoral and post-doctoral training at the Kennedy Krieger Institute/Johns Hopkins School of Medicine's Neurobehavioral Unit. Her emphasis is in working with children with severe behavioral difficulties and their families.
Dr. Ginns maintains a private practice in Tampa, Florida where she sees clients both in office and in home. Her approach involves an emphasis on family-oriented, collaborative planning. In this way, family members are involved in every step of the planning for their loved one, and have input into the types of treatment options that will work for them.
Dr. Ginns has presented in local and national conferences and is regularly sought out for her expertise in working with children with autism.
To learn more, visit or call 813-498-4301.

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Bridges Behavioral Wellness LLC
2746 N. Florida Ave.
Tampa, FL 33602
United States


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