Mental Health Counseling
and Caregiver Wellness

Dale Budha Price

Meet Share the Care’s Chief Clinical Officer Dale Price

Telehealth Counseling for Caregivers​

Share the Care engages a team of qualified and compassionate therapists. We offer one-hour virtual individual counseling sessions on a weekly basis. Counseling is tailored to your specific caregiving needs and may address caregiver fatigue, grief and loss, stress management, depression, anxiety, adapting to change, trauma, transitions and more. Develop new insights, learn new skills, find acceptance, and receive the joy you deserve. 

Counseling is available in the following Languages:

  • English
  • Spanish
  • Creole
  • Vietnamese

We will do our best to accommodate your language preference. Contact us at (407)423-5311, or complete the new client form

Caregiver Support Group

Connect with other caregivers who are on a similar journey. Share the Care offers group programs for caregivers to come together to support and encourage each other. Programs are open to current, past, and even future caregivers. We like to say, “once you join the Share the Care Family, we are with you for life”! 

Monthly Caregiver Support Group

Our caregiver support group meets the second Friday of each month, from 1:30-3:00 pm. The group is open to all caregivers and is not disease or condition-specific. This group is a hybrid in-person and virtual group. If you would like to attend in person, you are required to have your Covid vaccine.  

Join our list to receive Support Group updates and the monthly zoom link

Click here for the Support Group Schedule

Peer-to-Peer Caregiver Education and Support Groups

Connect with other caregivers who are on a similar journey. Share the Care offers group programs for caregivers to come together to support and encourage each other. Programs are open to current, past, and even future caregivers. We like to say

“Once you join the Share the Care Family, we are with you for life"

Caregiver Connection: A Group Webinar Series for Caregivers

Break the isolation by becoming a part of this on-going open virtual community from the comfort of your own home. Share the Care offers Free weekly topic based educational support groups facilitated by a qualified therapist most days of the week. Sessions are interactive, informative, skill building, practice oriented and always compassionate towards caregiver’s personal caregiving situations.

To participate, just click on the zoom link each day for the webinar you would like to join. RSVPs are not required. Sessions are free for everyone.

Making Room for You

Mondays 11:00 am – 12:00 noon

Is taking care of others taking a toll on you? STOP and PREVENT Caregiver Fatigue by understanding how to combat physical and emotional overload. It’s ok to put YOU first while caring for others!

Click here on Monday at 11:00 to join the webinar 

Meeting ID: 863 7181 2116 

Life After Caregiving

Tuesdays 11:00 – 12:00 noon

What happens when caregiving ends? No matter what stage of caregiving you are in, caregivers are facing loss, adjustments and transitions every step of the way. Join us to explore all of the ways caregivers can reclaim their lives not only when caregiving comes to an end but even during the challenges of caregiving. Let’s get creative, expand our thinking, gather resources, refresh our spirits, and pick up the pieces together.

Click here on Tuesday at 11:00 to join the webinar

Meeting ID: 841 5478 0934

Your Mental Fortress

Wednesdays 11:00 am – 12:00 noon

Are you caring for a loved one with Dementia or memory loss? Then this workshop is for you! Boost your Body-Mind & Emotional wellness, benefit from shared caregiver experiences, learn specialized caregiving tips & balance out the stressful parts of caregiving.

Click here on Wednesday at 11:00 to join the webinar

Meeting ID: 886 5706 0460 

Simple Breathing, Simple Healing

Thursdays 11:00 am – 12:00 noon

Enhance your overall sense of well-being by learning & practicing simple stress relieving activities right at home to sharpen your focus, reduce muscle tension, promote healthy brain chemistry & protect your overall health as a caregiver.

Click here on Thursday at 11:00 to join the webinar

Meeting ID: 859 2173 8630 

On-Demand Caregiver Programs

Free access to some of our previously recorded programs.

2021 Mental Health Retreat: Loss & Resilience During a Pandemic

Robin Kohn, MSW, LCSW, UCF School of Social Work

2021 Mental Health Retreat: Divine Drumming

Claire Franklin, Owner, Divine Drumming

2021 Mental Health Retreat: Take it Easy-Music for Relaxation

Richard Connor, III, MT-BC ADC, Share the Care

2021 Mental Health Retreat: Beyond Burnout & Compassion Fatigue-Self-Care for Caregivers

Robin Kohn, MSW, LCSW, UCF School of Social Work

2021 Mental Health Retreat: An Energy Management Plan for Caregivers

Toni Gitles, CEO, Heart Light Enterprises, LLC

Caregiver Forum

Fall 2024

The Caregiver Forum provides family caregivers three days and two nights to focus on THEIR well-being. This event teaches caregivers tips and techniques to manage stress, and improve overall physical, mental, and spiritual health. Attendees stay in a wonderful hotel, eat great food, and have plenty of time to meet and mingle with other caregivers going through similar situations. Overnight respite for the person for whom you care and scholarships may be available based on eligibility.

About Me

Dale Price

MSW, LCSW, EMDR Certified

Dale Price is the Chief Clinical Officer of Behavioral Health at Share the Care Inc. These essential caregiver services concentrate on the intersection of aging related health conditions and disabilities with the overall effect on caregiver mental health. Dale served as the Senior Clinical Director of Outpatient Mental Health & Substance Abuse Counseling Services at Aspire Health Partners Inc. 13 years prior. Dale is a visionary with over 30 years of leadership experience in the field. She is a clinical trauma specialist certified in EMDR therapy. Dale led teams of clinicians under FEMA’s crisis counseling program during critical events in Orlando that resulted in loss of life and long-term community trauma.

Dale is an experienced clinical operations administrator covering private and public sector organizations in New York & Florida.  She spearheaded the integration of Senior Primary Care and Behavioral Health at the Whitney M. Young Jr. Health Center, FQHC. Dale partnered with NYS Commission on Aging to address health disparities, equity & inclusion securing multi-year community investment funding. Ms. Price has served on multiple advisory committees including NYS University at Albany School of Social Welfare “Aging Communities Project”, UCF School of Social Work Field Placement, the Board of Director of Community Health Centers  in FL and the National Association of Community Health Centers.