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My name is Shevalier,
but you are more than welcome to call me Swan.
I am a therapist dedicated to supporting you on your mental health journey! If you are seeking someone who is compassionate, nonjudgmental, and understanding, I am here! I believe that everyone deserves a safe space to be heard. I understand it can be difficult to seek therapy, especially if it is your first time, or even staying consistent with therapy. Wherever you are on your journey, I am here to help you!
I am here to help you cope with life stressors. I specialize in assisting clients who are experiencing Anxiety, Depression, other Mood disorders, and Personality disorders. I have experience working with foster youth, BIPOC, LGBTQ+, and military veterans.
· Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
· Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
· Motivational Interviewing
· Person-centered Therapy
· Play Therapy
· Solution-Focused Therapy
· Strength-based Therapy
3 Facts about me!
· I received my Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Master of Social Work from the University of the Pacific. Go Tigers!
· I enjoy long road trips.
· I love boba drinks!
I believe as humans we desire to connect and align with our true selves and I am committed to providing a space where folks can be who they are, explore their identity, and work through difficult emotions and life experiences. Life can bring on unexpected challenges and worries that make it difficult for us to be the best versions of ourselves. I believe you are not defined by your past experiences or childhood traumas, but rather how you choose to heal and forge your own path. My goal is to support my clients with achieving their version of happiness through a healing and non judgemental therapeutic space. I have experience working with teens and adults ( ages 13-40) in various therapeutic settings.
I specialize in working with the BIPOC and LGBTQIA2S+ community in the following areas: Anxiety/ Stress related disorders , Depression/ Mood Disorders , Gender Identity, parental Stress, trauma, Anger Management, Interpersonal relationships, Stress management, self-esteem, and school issues.
Using a strength based and client centered approach I will help guide and coach you through ways to cope and work through various transitions, life changes, and any other stressors that come your way. I work with my clients to create a therapeutic space that feels client centered while pulling from therapeutic modalities such as narrative therapy, mindfulness, DBT, CBT, and solution focused.
A little about me. I am originally from the Bay Area. I originally went to Laney College before transferring to Utah Tech University on a basketball scholarship and obtained my B.A in Psychology. I found my joy in the field of psychology when working as a counselor at a non public middle/ high school for emotionally disturbed children. I moved on to obtain my M.A in Counseling Psychology from Holy Names University in Oakland CA. I have gained working experience with teens and adults in various settings such as, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, school based, and private practice.
I identify as a queer woman of color. I am a new parent and enjoying all that comes with that role. My favorite things to do in my spare time are go on walks, binge watch a good netflix documentary, listen to true crime podcasts, and spend time with my family.
I’m Charlene, but you can call me C.J.
It’s a pleasure to have you here! My therapy style is intuitive, compassionate, supportive, and nonjudgmental.
I am an experienced Associate Clinical Therapist who is dedicated to helping individuals cope with life stressors. Some of the areas I specialize in include symptoms associated with Anxiety, Depression, PTSD, Mood Disorders, Bipolar disorder, Schizophrenia, Schizoaffective disorder, and ADHD.
I am devoted to helping individuals who have been victimized by sexual abuse and domestic violence. If you suffer symptoms such asintrusive thoughts, dissociation, flashbacks, hopelessness, suicidal ideation, self-harm, and low self-esteem, then I am the therapist for you!
I utilize evidence-based interventions such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Person-centered Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, Strength-based Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Christian Counseling to help achieve your mental health needs.
Treatment is individually tailored in an environment in which you feel accepted, safe, and comfortable. No situation is beyond hope. My clients will leave sessions with real insight and tools with which to move beyond their troubling issues. I recognize how hard it can be to seek change and ask for help and reaching out for help is a strength you possess, and I commend you for making it here. We will work in partnership to address the source of your discomfort and together will develop an individualizedtreatment plan to meet your needs. I will encourage and support you as you face life bravely, while empowering you to flourish in hope, freedom, and growth as we journey through this season of your life together. I have worked with all age groups, individuals, couples, and families in both private practice, public sector, national agencies, and department of behavioral health settings.
I would love to connect with you and get started soon!
My expertise includes working in an acute 16-bed psychiatric hospital as a social worker, assisting with acute and chronic symptoms from suicidal ideation, homicidal ideation, attempted suicide, and acute psychotic symptoms; experienced as a forensic social worker in detention facilities and working alongside several psychiatrists, prison facilities, youth probation; rape crisis centers, domestic violence agencies, shelters, and trauma recovery center with individuals who have been victimized by significant trauma.
About Me I love to crochet and refurbish old furniture from old to new, maybe it’s the therapist in me that treasures the unwanted!
Education a Bachelor’s Degree at Grand Canyon University, Arizona and Master’s of Social Work Degree at California Baptist University, Riverside.
Certifications and training:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
Charlene Baca is a dual Associate Clinical Social Worker in the state of California and North Carolina.
ASW – 92262
Hello and welcome! I'm Rose.
I am a therapist dedicated to delivering culturally sensitive and nurturing support. My belief is that everyone should have access to a secure and supportive environment for navigating life's intricate challenges.
My therapeutic style is anchored in the recognition and appreciation of the diverse cultural influences and life experiences that shape us all. I work with individuals, couples, children, and families from all backgrounds. I value the unique narratives, experiences, and challenges that each client brings to our therapy sessions. Additionally, I prioritize collaborative work with clients, aiming to foster a therapy partnership in the pursuit of well-being and personal growth.
As a trauma-informed, attachment-focused therapist, I'm trained in several evidence-based modalities, including:
• EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing)
• AEDP (Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy)
• EFT (Emotionally Focused Therapy)
I also incorporate mindfulness, play therapy, and art therapy to help clients access their emotions and explore vulnerable aspects of themselves through a gender-responsive lens.
About me: I have a BA in Art History from UCLA and an MA in Couple and Family Therapy from The California School of Professional Psychology. When I'm not working, I love spending time at the beach, knitting, and traveling.
Thanks for taking the time to get to know me! I'm looking forward to working with you.
Hello there, my name is Jessica Rivas. Welcome and thank you for taking the first step toward healing. Life brings many challenges and triumphs, but we do not have to go through it alone. As your counselor, I will work with you to help you identify the negative patterns and behaviors that may be impacting your life, and together we can help you achieve the changes and/or the healing you desire. The journey may be difficult, and sometimes, even a little uncomfortable but I am here to collaborate with you and support you through the entire process.
I believe that even when things become difficult, we can overcome anything as long as we are willing to put in the effort to work through it. My goal is to provide a safe and supportive space that will allow you the opportunity to dig deep and express yourself without judgment. I am passionate about mental health and helping others and I have made it my personal mission in life to break the stigma surrounding therapy and mental health. Because your mental and emotional health are just as important as your physical health and you are not alone.
About me: I was born and raised in Las Vegas, NV but currently reside in California. I have a BA of Psychology from the University of Nevada Las Vegas and a dual MS degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and School Counseling from Walden University. I am a registered Associate Professional Clinical Counselor and I have experience working with couples, families, children, and individuals. I am also a Registered Behavioral Therapist and have experience working with children who have developmental delays, autism, Down syndrome, and other disabilities. When I am not working in the mental and behavioral health field, I am working out and practicing self-care, volunteering in my community, and spending time with my loved ones. I have a loving husband, a beautiful daughter, and cute cockapoo dog named Kiko and they all keep me busy.
Greetings, I’m Lashara!
You….are….safe….here! I understand that just the mere contemplation of engaging a formal therapeutic process can sometimes be intimidating, dare I say scary, but let me assure you, you are not the first (nor the last) to have those types of feelings. And let me reiterate that you….are….safe….here! Whether it’s your first time in a structured therapeutic environment or a subsequent experience, my objective is to make you feel like you are entering a safe AND protected space where you can authentically be you! A safe and mutually-respectful space undergirded in love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, etc. A protected atmosphere where you can engage in the process of introspectively examining those internal and external factors that influence the dynamics of your world--and how to make choices and changes that produce wellness of spirit, soul, and body for yourself and within the relationships you attend to!
I partner with clients from a holistic perspective, examining how the intersection of their biological, psychosocial, and spiritual attributes influence their world. This includes a supported deep dive into the thought processes and environmental factors that influences certain choices, relationship dynamics, and experiences. I utilize a holistic integrative approach, including employing tools from certain practices such as: motivational interviewing; strength-based; mindfulness-based cognitive behavioral; task-centered; and solution-focused modalities to create a collaborative, client-centered atmosphere to define overarching goals and objectives (specific, measurable actions) to reach those expressed goals.
There are many personal and professional experiences that continue to influence my passion for supporting individuals, families, groups and communities towards improving their individual and collective well-being. With over 20 years of experience within the non-profit arena, I have committed much of my professional and personal time to supporting efforts that promote equality, equity, and enhanced awareness at producing equitable outcomes for community systems of care. I have a myriad of experience working across multiple age groups--particularly with young adults, in general, and adults of all ages within the Service member, Veteran, and Family (SMVF) community. I also have experience working within a faith-based counseling perspective.
I genuinely invite you to get to know a little bit more about me—professionally and personally. I earned both my Bachelor’s Degree (Social Science) and my Master’s Degree in Social Work (MSW) from Brandman University. For the last nine years I have worked directly within the military community providing a myriad of services. Within my current role with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, a majority of my work is spent providing crisis-level mental health support for individuals (and resources for concerned 3rd Parties) who are at varying levels of emotional distress--due to mental, behavioral, and/or physical health challenges. Additionally, I have spent significant time advising, advocating, and providing consultation to senior military personnel and policymakers in implementing statewide and national programs aimed at improving mental health and wellness resilience resources for Guard/Reserve Service members and their families. Outside of my professional roles, I have a special understanding when it comes to the particulars of military culture—both the challenges and the rewards-- given that I was raised within an immediate family of esteemed military Service members and I am currently a military spouse to an active-duty U.S. Navy Chief with whom I share two wonderful children. When I am not working with clients, I love to engage faith-based activities, reading, laughing, listening to music, working out, and spending time with family and friends.
My overarching goal is to partner in supporting individuals, couples, families, and communities through a journey--within a therapeutic relationship--that continuously stimulates deep reflections and discoveries that ultimately produces “transform-actional”, fulfilling, and sustainable changes.
I would love to partner and take that journey with you!
Much can happen in life that we never saw coming and/or that never wanted for ourselves. But I am here because I believe that in spite of this, there is still a greater hope. As your counselor, I will collaborate with you in your journey to regain and nourish that hope as you seek healing, clarity, and change. Together, we will establish a safe environment to explore the issues that are consuming you, set goals toward change, learn more about yourself and your values, find clarity, and establish with the tools you need to keep going.
I like to incorporate a person-centered approach and use interventions from different modalities, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, solution-focused therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, and dialectical behavioral therapy. I also have experience with faith-based counseling.
About me: I obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree of Social Work with a focus on US/Mexico Border Issues and a Master Degree of Social Work. I have worked in the field of social work by helping individuals and families of individuals going through chronic illness, grief and loss, trauma, anxiety, depression, caregiving, communication issues, relationship issues, financial stressors, burn-out, and self-care. My experience has been with adults, ages 18 – 80.
Outside the clinical field, I enjoy spending time with family, reading, learning more about my faith and continuing to nourish my hope, hiking, taking walks, visiting the beach, having good ice cream, and exercising.
I would be very honored to start this new journey with you to regain the hope, strength, skills, and clarity that you are seeking.
Hi, my name is Ana Melendez and I am so happy that you are taking one of the first steps towards wellness and healing. Remember help comes in many forms and being open to therapy will provide you with different aspects to view situations and learn new ways to cope with whatever comes your way. I believe that with support and guidance we have the ability to empower ourselves and others. My goal is to build a strong and trusting therapeutic alliance by maintaining empathy and positive regard in order to help you foster necessary change. As your therapist, I want to provide a safe, open and nonjudgmental space where you can feel free to share and work towards creating the changes necessary to heal and grow.
My background includes working with young to older adults in community mental health for the past 8 years. I have experience conducting individual sessions and group therapy. My go to modalities are person centered, solution focused, strengthen based, motivational and cognitive/dialectical behavior therapy. My education includes bachelors in criminal justice, masters in forensic psychology and masters in social work. I encourage you to take control of your mental health and enjoy the self growth journey.
My favorite things to do is enjoy family time, TV shows, traveling, music festivals and anything dog related. When it’s not hot outside taking walks at the park with my 2 big doggies is the best.
Nathan strives to create a nurturing environment where clients can explore their inner landscapes, cultivate resilience, and embrace the possibilities of life. Nathan is dedicated to assisting individuals dealing with a range of challenges, including depression, anxiety, career-related issues, job burnout, grief and loss, life transitions, ADHD, family conflicts, relationship difficulties, low self-esteem, lack of confidence, and stress.
Regardless of the specific issue at hand, Nathan firmly believes that effective therapy begins with a foundation of trust and respect. He also places a strong emphasis on action-oriented therapy, actively involving clients in the therapeutic process. Nathan's versatility enables him to tailor his approach to the unique needs of each client, drawing from various treatment modalities such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Self-Compassion Therapy, and mindfulness-based therapy. These modalities are selected based on clients' commitment and dedication to the therapeutic journey.
Nathan Li is a Registered Associate Social Worker, ASW 100767 in California. He earned his master’s and doctoral degrees in social work at University at Albany, State University of New York. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in teacher education and a master’s degree in political science from China. Nathan has accumulated over a decade of experience in teaching and conducting research, with a primary focus on mental health among diverse populations, particularly Hispanic and Asian Americans with immigrant backgrounds. These experiences have provided him with a unique perspective on the sociocultural factors that significantly impact an individual's mental well-being.
Outside of his professional life, Nathan is an avid reader and enjoys running and hiking. He also cherishes quality time spent with his family, exemplifying the significance of close relationships in leading a fulfilling life.
My passion is to help individuals heal from trauma.
By creating an open, safe, collaborative, engaging, and supportive environment the process of healing from trauma can begin.
I specialize in working with teens and adults from all walks of life. I work with individuals who have experienced trauma, post-traumatic stress disorder, stress and anxiety, depression, and substance use disorders.
During my work experience, I utilize an array of therapeutic interventions stemming from evidence-based models such as cognitive behavioral therapy, narrative therapy, mindfulness, and dialectical behavioral therapy, while maintaining a culturally responsive, client-centered approach.
About me: I hold a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology, a Master’s degree in Health Administration, and I recently completed a Master’s degree in Social Work with a trauma certificate. My previous work experience included teaching and mentoring intellectually and emotionally challenged individuals with disabilities.
When I am not working with clients, I enjoy and participate in all things outdoors. I enjoy mountain hiking, biking, running, rock climbing, kayaking, and downhill skiing for sports.
I believe that engaging in health and wellness while practicing self-care empowers individuals providing guiding direction towards learning, skillset development, and presents opportunity for the initial change process to occur.
I would be glad and honored to welcome you, to assist you on your path toward self-discovery, growth, learning, healing, and recovery.
We all come from different walks of life, and our experiences can shape who we are and how we connect to others around us. Sharing our story in a therapeutic space can heal us from childhood/generational trauma and make us feel seen and heard. Although our past can mold who we are, we are not defined by it. My commitment and passion are to support the development of youth and young adults (ages, 13-30) struggling with an array of issues.
I provide a safe space to discuss, explore, and address difficult issues and life events. I offer a nurturing, empathetic, non-judgmental, and confidential space. You are the expert in your life, and I am here to provide tools, hope, and support. I offer individual therapy that is strength-based and is rooted in Narrative Therapy, Solution Focus, Gestalt Therapy, Mindfulness, and Trauma Informed.
I specialize in working with BIPOC communities in the following areas of focus and approaches: stress, anxiety, family conflict, depression, trauma/PTSD, school issues, criminal issues, self-esteem, career challenges, burnout, identity, intimacy, and relationship dynamics.
Here is a little about me: I am a second-generation Oakland native. I earned my Bachelor of Science from Cal State East Bay in Criminal Justice. I retired in 2021 as a Deputy Probation Officer in Oakland, CA. I obtained my Master of Arts from St. Mary’s College in Orinda, CA. In my downtime, I love reading urban novels, driving my muscle car (Dodge Challenger Scat Pact), and shopping for new sneakers.
Hello and welcome! I’m Isiah Green. I am a Black Man with a passion for working with individuals and couples including Men/Women/Trans and Non-Binary clients ranging in age from 13-80. The choice to begin therapy is a testament to your strength and courage. The weight of your issues at times can be tough to carry; especially when it’s too heavy or no one has taught you how to bare it. Some of us have been taught to “be strong” and just “make it work”, and to never complain. However, this can leave you feeling overwhelmed or confused about your own emotions.
My goal is to provide a safe, non-judgmental, and supportive space that will allow you to openly express your thoughts and feelings.
I specialize in assisting clients with relationship/couples’ issues, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, anxiety, domestic violence, trauma, and grief.
My therapeutic approach includes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Narrative Therapy, Solution Focused, and Gottman’s Couples Therapy. I believe that there is no straight path to fixing all our problems as we are all unique. I use all my knowledge and resources to assist every type of client I encounter.
A little bit about me: I am a father, who has spent 8 years serving as a member of the United States Navy, with combat-trauma-based experiences; 4 of which were spent working as a Sexual Assault Victim Advocate for members and families of the armed services. I received my Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of La Verne, and my Master of Arts in Marriage & Family Therapy from Pepperdine University.
Hello there. I am Katherine.
In therapy, we will work to identify unhelpful behavioral patterns and negative thoughts that keep us stuck. Most importantly, together we will replace behaviors, thoughts, and beliefs that don’t serve us in fulfilling our desires or support our overall wellness. I believe all of us have the resilience within us to move forward and overcome whatever life situations arise.
My goal is to support and work alongside you on your journey to wellness. Thus, I create a safe, open space to unravel what keeps us stuck or in distress while encouraging growth and strength. I utilize a wide range of evidence-based interventions from Psychodynamic therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. I work with teens and adults who are experiencing depression, anxiety, life transitions, trauma, relationship difficulties, co-dependency, and other life difficulties.
I completed my master's degree at California State University of Long Beach (CSULB). I am currently an Associate Marriage & Family Therapist.
Hi and welcome!
My name is Alexandria but you can call me Lexi. I specialize in working with trauma, depression, anxiety, stress, and psychosis. I work with adolescents and young adults.
My goal during a therapeutic process is to create a safe and supportive environment that empowers you to create the change and growth you desire. I believe that developing strong rapport is key to the therapeutic relationship and tend to gravitate towards using a person-centered, strength-based approach. However, as an eclectic therapist I utilize interventions stemming from a variety of evidence-based therapies to help you meet your goals, overcome challenges, and gain relief.
Here’s a little about my background: I’ve been working in the mental health field for six years. I received a Bachelor's degree from Virginia Commonwealth University in Psychology, a Masters degree in Professional Counseling from Liberty University, and a Graduate Certificate in Military Resiliency from Liberty University.
I am dual licensed as a Marriage & Family Therapist and Professional Clinical Counselor in California and am a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional.
I’m excited to work collaboratively with you to become the version of yourself you most desire to be
Hi, I’m Tracey!
I am passionate about working with teens, young adults, and adults who are experiencing anxiety, depression, life transitions, personal growth, prenatal/pregnancy/postpartum, and self-esteem.
My goal is to create a safe and affirming place that offers authenticity, humor, and genuineness for you to share your stories. I believe in healing and growth through processing and making meanings of your experiences, recognizing your strengths, embracing your identities, nurturing your spirituality, and empowering you to make intentional choices. I will support you in learning skills to manage difficult thoughts and emotions, communicate and express yourselves, establish healthy boundaries, and navigate towards your goals.
I practice from a culturally sensitive, person-centered, collaborative, and trauma-informed lens in my treatment approach. My therapeutic approach integrates a variety of evidence-based therapies including, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Solution Focused Therapy (SFT), and Motivational Interviewing (MI).
A little about me: I love to travel, enjoy different cuisines, read, listen to music, and spend time with my family. I have a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy from Alliant International University – San Diego. I also have a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a specialization in Social Psychology at the University California San Diego (UCSD).
I will be here to support and guide you on your journey toward growth and healing.
Greetings, I’m Breana!
I’m delighted to know that you’re taking a courageous step toward your individual growth, healing and wellness. Finding a therapist that aligns with your needs is vital. It is my aim to collaborate with you to cultivate a positive, therapeutic relationship that allows you to thrive.
Life brings about various challenges and triumphs. I maintain the belief that individuals were created to experience a positive sense of wellness, while acknowledging that it takes purposeful effort to get there. I also believe that we're all starting from a different foundation and I endeavor to be intentional in supporting you in finding the proper tools to navigate through your journey.
I am passionate and honored to partner with Black/People of Color, young adults, older adults, navigating life & health transitions, caregiver stress, grief and loss, faith related, religious/spiritual distress, stress, chronic illness, health concerns, depression, anxiety, self esteem, and interpersonal relationship support.
My therapeutic approach is centered around Person-Centered care, Wholistic, Culturally-Sensitive, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, Grief Therapy/Bereavement Support, Strengths-Based Perspective, Motivational Interviewing, Faith Integrated Interventions/Christian, Trauma-Informed Care, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Family Systems Therapy.
A snippet about me. I earned my Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from California State University, Long Beach and a Master of Social Work degree from Azusa Pacific University, with a specialization in Geriatric Social Work. I have experience working with Transitional Age Youth to Older Adults 55+, who are navigating life transitions, trauma, and end of life issues. I also am honored to work alongside patients and families at the end of life stage on a daily basis. It is forever my goal as a clinician to strive for excellence, be purposeful in action and maintain a learner’s mindset.
I enjoy investing in my personal wellness and fitness, spending time with my family, staying connected with close friends, frequent adventures to amusement parks, indulging in quality tea cafes, adding to my shoe collection, music and serving in my local church.
Hello there and welcome! You have already begun a courageous step in your journey by seeking out counseling services. My name is Sarah and I am passionate to help individuals find their inner strengths as well as find ways to protect their inner peace. I have experience in working with a wide variety of ages ranging from eighteen to seventy-five. I have learned over the years as a training professional that mental health has no bias against: age, sex, gender, race, ethnicity, sexuality, and religion. Therefore, I am devoted to helping individuals create a path of hope, success, love, and growth.
My specialty is marriage, couples, and family counseling. When asked by others why I specifically chose this direction, I simply stated 'because in one way or another, we all yearn for a relationship.' We seek relationships with others whether it be through friendship, romance, co-workers, family, within ourselves, or just a smile from a stranger walking down the street. I have found that if I can help facilitate mending a broken relationship, ending one peacefully, or working on strengthening the relationship in oneself, that is the greatest reward of all. I also have experience working with clients with anxiety, trauma, depression, psychosis, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
My therapeutic approach consists of Solution-Focused Therapy (SFT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Person Centered Therapy, Mindfulness, Family Systems, and Rapid Resolution Therapy. It is also important to build a trusting therapeutic relationship that consists of empathy, a non-judgemental atmosphere, and a supportive space. By utilizing several different techniques it allows the capacity for each client to have their own individual needs met.
My background in the mental health field consists of obtaining my associates of arts in psychology from Citrus College, where I then went to Cal State Long Beach to obtain my Bachelors. From there I further pursued my masters of marriage, couples, and family counseling from Walden University. Since obtaining my masters, I have experience in private practice as well as a mental health hospital.
I look forward to helping you find your inner strengths, peace, and balance.
Hello and Welcome
My name is Anastasia but you can call me Stacey. I have been working in the clinical field for 25 years, and specialize in working with depression, anxiety, OCD, PTSD, anger management, chronic pain, eating and weight challenges, fears, trauma, grief/loss, military families, personal growth, and life transitions. I work with all age groups, individuals, couples and families.
I believe we are all resilient and can overcome obstacles to achieve the fulfillment we wish for ourselves. By searching this site, you have already taken the hardest step in this process which is to actively seek relief. My goal is to create a safe and open environment to support the expression of your innermost thoughts, beliefs, behaviors, and feelings. I believe that processing, understanding, and working through these dynamics will create the necessary change and internal growth to achieve your life goals. Change is achievable when you have the tools to create it. The development of a trusting and safe therapeutic relationship will be instrumental in producing growth, and we will use evidence-based therapeutic approaches to help you achieve your goals, overcome obstacles and challenges, and gain insight which will increase understanding and reinforce positive behaviors.
My approach utilizes several evidence-based therapies and interventions from a range of therapeutic modalities including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Psychodynamic-based therapy, Trauma-Induced therapy, Strength-Based therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Person-Centered therapy.
My background includes working at several outpatient therapy clinics where I worked extensively with all ages, backgrounds, and challenges. I conducted individual, family, and couples counseling. I also worked at El Toro Marine Base counseling center, and CPC psychiatric hospital. I also ran a level 12 facility for several years for children and adolescents with behavioral issues and on probation in the foster care system. I also worked with low-income individuals and families struggling with housing and services.
I have a MA in Clinical Psychology, an MSW, and ASW. I hope to have the opportunity to work with you to help find the change you strive for yourself.
Hey, I'm Imahny!
A round of applause for you investing in your personal wellness via therapy. My hope is that you find a therapist that feels like a warm hug and a firm nudge toward your goals. I do this by partnering with folks to create a safe relationship built on trust and mutual learning.
It is my pleasure to collaborate with Black/People of Color, youth, those in any part of the child welfare system, people experiencing trauma, stress, anxiety, sadness, struggling with life's transitions, parenting, pregnancy, postpartum, grief/loss in relationships, personal growth and wellness.
My approach includes a combination of Cognitive Behavioral and Solution Focused Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Strengths Based interventions. Each of these are strategies that provide us tools to reach our wanted outcomes.
I earned my Bachelor of Social Work and Master of Social Work degrees from California State University, Long Beach. My experience includes partnering with children and families who are recovering from the impact of the child welfare system, as well as people navigating grief/loss in life. I also have the honor of educating social work students at my alma mater. Go Beach!
I love spending time with my family and friends, traveling, bowling, axe-throwing, walking, trying new food spots, and resting.
Hello and Welcome
I am Gamalia, but most people call me Mila.
I believe in meeting individuals where they are by being genuine, compassionate, empathic, and providing a nonjudgmental space where clients feel free to be themselves, express themselves and discover all that they are. I aspire to support and empower individuals throughout their mental health journey.
I have work with all populations and identities including those who identify as LGBTQ+, people of color, youth, and young adults. I provide support with a variety of mental health difficulties such as anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, self-esteem development, family conflicts, stress, trauma, and substance abuse issues.
My approach to therapy is to utilize evidence-based practices such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Solution Focus Therapy tailored to your specific needs.
I have a background in community mental health therapy supporting underserved communities, children, and families. I obtained my Associate's Degree in the State of Alabama, Bachelor’s in Sociology from Texas Tech University, and Master’s degrees in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of Phoenix and Education Counseling with Pupil Personnel Services Credential from National University.
About me: I am a California native. I enjoy riding my Harley, crafting, watching college football (I’m an Alabama fan “roll tide”), being with my family and friends.
Hello and welcome!
I’m Kimberly. Most people call me, Kim. I have a passion for working with adolescents, adults, and families. I have worked with individuals from all ethnicities and backgrounds. My specialty is working with individuals who have experienced trauma, depression, anxiety, grief and loss, self-harm, self-esteem, ADHD behavioral, and development challenges.
My therapeutic approach includes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Person-Centered Therapy, Solution Focused, and Motivational Interviewing. I believe that true peace comes from within, while our problems may be external, problems are often solved internally by working on ourselves. Change is possible when we have the tools to create that change.
My goal is to provide a safe, non-judgmental, and supportive space that will allow you to open and express your thoughts and feelings freely, with a mission to support you in achieving the life and things you desire.
A little bit about my background, I have worked in the field of counseling for many years helping adolescents and families manage behaviors, anxiety, and trauma-related issues. I obtained my Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Sciences with a Minor in Psychology from Chapman University, later earning a master’s degree in Education with a (PPSC) Pupil Personnel Services Credential in school counseling from the University of Redlands later completing my LPCC certification, from Azusa Pacific University.
Hi I’m Whitney,
I commend you for choosing to heal and evolve. I know that starting therapy can often feel scary and/or exciting so I acknowledge your courage for taking this leap of faith. I also know what it feels like to be searching for a therapist, someone to connect with, someone who just gets you so I’d be happy to confirm if we’re a good fit.
I believe that we have everything we need inside of us and it’s the inner work that heals us so that we can align with our higher self and embody our fullest potential. I also believe that it’s through the inevitable difficulties and challenges that motivate us to make the necessary changes in our lives that lead to self transformation.
My goal is to guide you to that place of healing and personal liberation within you so that you may experience harmony in all your life’s affairs. I utilize an integrative approach with therapeutic interventions such as (CBT, psychodynamic) and holistic practices such as (mindfulness, breath work, sound healing, self-care) to support your overall wellness. Together we will explore and identify unproductive behaviors, limiting thoughts/beliefs and replace them with healthier coping skills.
My personal experiences and professional background have been divinely set up to facilitate my own healing journey and have equipped me with the ability to support yours, especially if you have concerns regarding: depression/anxiety, relationships, spirituality/religion, childhood trauma, grief and loss, life transitions, overall self discovery and sexuality/gender identity.
A little bit about me, I earned my BA in Psychology from Cal State Long Beach and my Masters in Social Work from Cal State Dominguez Hills. I am trained in sound healing and breathwork. In my free time, I engage in experiences that bring me joy such as being a part of wellness communities, spending time in nature, traveling, practicing yoga, reading, and engaging in self-care.
Venessa provides supportive and restorative therapy for those impacted by grief and loss, stress, anxiety, depression, fear of the future or unknown, as well as sadness, regret, guilt and/or shame. She also supports individuals who want to work on their own personal growth including self-esteem, self-confidence, identity appreciation, life choices, and life transitions.
Venessa utilizes a multi-theoretical approach to therapy to meet the unique needs of her clients. She utilizes narrative, cognitive-behavioral, strength-based, empowerment, person-centered, and mindfulness-based therapies.
Venessa Ramirez earned her degree in Human Services and Community Health at New Mexico State University. She furthered her education by obtaining a degree in Mass Communication and Media Studies from Arizona State University. She also has earned her Master of Social Work at Arizona State University.
During her downtime, she enjoys practicing mindfulness, meditation, and yoga. She also enjoys listening to different types of music, journaling, and writing. Venessa is actively involved in the animal rescue community and other civic volunteer opportunities.
Venessa believes that we all have a unique and gifted and with the right support and help we become our best and highest self.
Hey I’m Ace and I’m glad you’re here.
Life isn't always easy and sometimes we find ourselves feeling lonely, confused, and unsure about the future. Dealing with feelings and balancing the pressures of life can be overwhelming at times, but if you are reading this, you are taking a step toward relief. Breath. You’ve arrived at a safe space where you are free to come as you are. As your therapist, my purpose is to support your journey toward mental wellness. Together we will explore, process, and dive into the challenges of your life to overcome obstacles that stand in your way.
As for me, I’m a first-generation Nigerian-American, queer, woman, born and raised in Northern California. I studied Women’s and Gender Studies at Sacramento State and earned my Masters of Social Work at California State University, San Bernardino. I’m currently pursuing my doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Fielding Graduate University. I love traveling, reading, listening to music, and relaxing in front of the water as often as I can.
My purpose in life has been to heal myself so that I can assist others who seek to do the same. My personal experiences, cultural identities, and professional background have guided my own journey, and have equipped me with the ability to support yours, especially if you have concerns regarding:
· Sexuality · Gender Expression · Relationships (platonic, romantic, and non-monogamous)
· Family Dynamics · Trauma (personal and intergenerational) · Cultural Influences (ethnic/racial issues, immigration, first-generation American status, transracial adoption, privilege/oppression) · Academics/Career · Substance-use · Eating/Weight · Grief Loss · Dying
· Overall self-discovery
You are a unique person with personal experiences that make you who you are, so my therapeutic approach prioritizes acceptance, non-judgment, and growth by drawing from psychodynamic therapy and other evidenced-based practices with holistic/alternative frameworks.
I can’t wait to get to know you and see where you’ll go on your journey!
I believe that we grow through our experiences in life. Our challenges and the struggles we are faced with give us strength, endurance, character, and most importantly, build our state of resiliency. My goal as a therapist is to create a trusting therapeutic environment to serve my clients as they grow along their journey.
My passion is working with children, adolescents, and young adults. I specialize in working with individuals who are dealing with anxiety, depression, stress, and behavioral challenges. While utilizing therapeutic approaches such as: Strength-based, Solution Focused, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and a Humanistic Approach my goal is to make sure that my treatment is not a “cookie-cutter” experience but specifically caters to each individual’s need.
A little about me: I obtained my Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Services from California State University of Fullerton and my Master of Science in Social Work from California State University of Long Beach. I have experience working in inpatient, crisis, outpatient settings, school districts, as well as short-term residential treatment programs. I am an Associate Clinical Social Worker and I also oversee and supervise Social Work Interns.
When I am not working, I enjoy spending time with my family, watching thriller movies, reading, and being the #1 cheerleader to my kids.
It will be my pleasure to serve you to promote your growth along this journey.
Remi specializes in providing supportive therapy with military veterans and their family members as well as providing therapy with teens and adults with various mental health needs.
Remi believes that change happens when people are given support, can draw on their own strengths, and realize their potential to live fulfilling happy lives. Remi provides an environment of compassion, understanding, and support to help individuals and families overcome obstacles to move forward and thrive.
Here's a little about me: I served in the U.S. military. I have dedicated many years to helping individuals manage stress, anxiety, depression, family/relationship issues, personal growth, and PTSD.
Remi Lafayette earned his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Arizona State University. He also earned a Master of Social Work from Arizona State University. He is an Associate Clinical Social Worker in the state of California.
For fun, Remi enjoys watching sports, movies, camping, 3D printing, art, traveling, and state parks.
I believe the power of healing allows us to be our authentic self. Many of our traumatic or intense life experiences can alter how we view ourselves and the world as well as cause pain and suffering.
My goal is to not only create a safe and warm environment but to guide my clients into the process of healing and gaining back their power and sense of self.
I have a passion for working with teens, adults, and families. I have in-depth experience and expertise in relationship dynamics, interpersonal difficulties, anxiety, depression, anger, stress, self-esteem issues, emotional/mental concerns, and more.
I utilize many therapeutic approaches such as psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral therapy, attachment theory, motivational interviewing, relationship skills, family systems, and many other approaches specific to my client's needs.
I am currently a doctoral candidate for Psychology at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology and currently hold an Associate Professional Clinical Counselor registration with the Board of Behavioral Sciences. I also obtained my Master of Arts degree in Forensic Psychology at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology School as well. I have experience working in crisis intervention, adolescent and adult residential facilities, mental health inpatient facilities, and outpatient therapeutic settings.
I can’t wait to align with you and start your path towards healing.
Hi there! I am so glad you are here and are ready to start your healing journey. My goal is to help clients see the strength within themselves and utilize that power to make necessary changes in their lives. I have a history of working with adolescents and young adults in the mental health setting. I offer support for anxiety, depression, grief, navigating life stage change, and complex family dynamics.
I use a person-first approach while utilizing techniques of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), and mindfulness. I am dedicated to providing clients with a safe and supportive environment to walk through all that life brings.
I received my undergraduate degree in communications from Anderson University in South Carolina. I was born and raised in California and am so happy to call this beautiful place home once again. Currently, I am working on receiving my master's degree from Arizona State University through their online Masters of Social Work program. In my free time, I love to ice skate, surf, and read. I am passionate about music and building meaningful relationships with those around me.
I am looking forward to connecting with you soon!
Hello! My name is Kimberly, but you can call me Kim. My interest is in helping individuals reach their mental health and healing goals. I am passionate about working with young adults, adolescents, and children who need guidance in coping with mental and physical health concerns, traumatic experiences, and family issues. I want to provide my clients with a safe, positive, and caring environment. On this journey I will ensure I am an advocate for my clients and provide them with resources to meet their needs.
I am empowered by interacting with my community, providing support, and seeing positive changes in individual lives.
A little about me: I graduated from California State Northridge with my BA in Psychology and I am currently attending Arizona State University. In my free time I enjoy spending time with family and friends, working out, trying new coffee shops or restaurants, traveling, and going to Disneyland! After all, we can’t pour into others if we don’t take care of ourselves first.
I believe that all good therapy comes from finding out what works best for everyone. I’m here to provide you with the best possible experience on your journey to developing and meeting your therapeutic needs and goals. And most importantly, this also includes providing a safe environment for you to comfortably express yourself. I truly believe that with work through good therapeutic execution, there’s healing for everyone.
My primary therapeutic approach is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). And Multicultural Therapeutic Orientation (MCO) as secondary. Although there are many therapeutic approaches in which I use, I believe that these are good base approaches in all therapy to establish a therapeutic foundation. Within this scope of practice, I believe that explorative methods can be included and used to gain a sense of root difficulties that individuals may experience.
I also have experience in the treatment of the following through therapy: PTSD, Anxiety, Military Sexual Assault, Trauma, PTSD, Depression, Self-Image, Domestic Violence, Academic Stress and Anxiety, Agoraphobia, Social Anxiety, Military Veterans, ADHD, Teens, Adults, Social Inequity Trauma, Family Trauma, Adolescent Traumatic Stress, Career Stress, Substance Use and Addiction, Grief and Loss.
My educational background and experiences, in addition to working as a mental health clinician, ranges from being a k- elementary school teacher, educational consultant, university department researcher. This includes a tremendous amount of experience working with clients, students, and colleagues of many multicultural and background demographics. I hold a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and I’m currently completing a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology/Marriage Family Therapy.
I would be greatly honored to be of service to you in your therapeutic journey.
Hello everyone! I am Jasmine McNamer (mic-name-er). I have worked with a wide range of individuals from all walks of life, but I specialize in working with individuals with disorders and disabilities such as PTSD, anxiety, depression, grief, and the autism spectrum, to name a few. I like to use evidence-based, person-centered, and cognitive approaches in therapy.
I have dedicated my time and effort to implementing treatment plans designed to help individuals navigate through issues that may have transpired and provide the necessary resources and skills in order to reach my clients full potential in life. I look forward to learning and building a strong rapport with clients along the way. My goal is to help individuals through issues and overcome any fears.
I began my educational career by obtaining my Bachelor in Psychology from Texas A&M University in Corpus Christi, TX. I am now a Master of Social Work (MSW) intern at The Center of Resiliency Therapy & Counseling while pursuing a Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Kentucky. I currently live in Texas, where I work as a Behavioral Therapist, and in my free time, I enjoy not only participating in activities within my community but also traveling, checking out different coffee shops, taking time for self-care as I listen to music, and going on adventures with family and friends.
It is with pleasure that I introduce myself and look forward to working with you.
I believe everyone has the power within to heal. Healing is a dynamic and reachable experience, that with help, everyone can find. I specialize in working with LGBTQIA+, teens, adults, and people with disabilities.
I take a person-centered, strength-based approach to therapy. In addition, I have a strong background in behavior modification. I also have a passion for helping people work through anxiety, stress, and fears by using a mindfulness cognitive behavior approach.
About me: I have a BA of Communicative Disorders from San Diego State University. I have two teaching credentials, multiple subject and moderate to severe education specialist. I have a Master of Psychology and am working on a Master of Social Work from Arizona State University. I have a Doctor of Social Work from the University of Southern California. I am a Board Certified Behavior Specialist. I also have a Diversity and Inclusion Certificate from Cornell University.
I have two adult children and two adorable Boston Terriers. I enjoy traveling and reading. I am an avid Disney fan and am excited about an upcoming Disney Paris visit.
It would be an honor to work with you on your path to healing.
Hi there! I’m Michelle Santana. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Clinical Supervisor. I am an Orange County native and I have been in the field of social work for over 20 years. I began my clinical mental health career in school and home-based mental health. I later transitioned into community mental health care and currently run a part-time private practice specializing in the treatment of trauma survivors. In addition, I specialize in crisis counseling and support adolescents in secondary education while teaching masters-level counseling students as an adjunct professor.
I am most passionate about the restorative and healing aspects of mental health therapy and trauma-informed practice. I believe our most painful setbacks are the platforms for life’s greatest comebacks! I have had the sacred honor to witness the power of a healing environment and the radical impact therapy has on people's lives. I approach treatment holistically, using my training in TFCBT, EMDR, DBT, attachment-focused therapy, and mindfulness to develop a personalized plan to treat a variety of individuals and couples.
When I'm not working, I keep very busy running after my toddler as a new mom, enjoying lots of coffee, walks, and adventures surrounded by friends and family.
Jordan is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Certified Human-Animal Interventions Specialist who specializes in working with individuals who have survived sexual assault, childhood abuse, and post-traumatic stress, as well as couples struggling with communication.
He conducts evaluations and provides letters for Emotional Support Animals and Gender-Affirming Intervention consultations. Jordan has been a clinical supervisor for 7 years, working in both community-based and outpatient settings.
Jordan’s aim in his work with individuals is to resolve and clear shame, guilt, grief, anger, PTSD, depression, anxiety, and chronic pain at their root cause, not to teach coping skills or give advice.
His aim in his work with couples is to provide evidenced-based tools and ways of thinking about things within the relationship which have been shown to work when applied effectively, not to point out who is right/wrong or referee arguments.
Jordan has a Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Southern California and a Bachelor’s degree in religion with a focus in Buddhism from the George Washington University in Washington, DC.
I'm DeAndrea. Most people call me, Andrea.
It is a pleasure to have you here! And, I am excited to help you create the life you desire.
Here's a little about me: I have dedicated my life and mission to help individuals eradicate stress, worry, fear, sadness, guilt, regret, depression, trauma, and relationship problems. I have spent the last 10 years learning and implementing the best and most effective services to help women, men, and teens from many different backgrounds, cultures and identities. Over the last 10 years, I have helped hundreds of individuals, just like yourself, overcome difficult life circumstances, create the life they desired and achieve happiness.
Therapy is a journey that starts with creating a unique, individualized treatment program tailored to meet your specific needs and geared towards helping you transcend your life. Yes, we use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Psychoanalysis, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP), Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) interventions, as well as Acceptance and Commitment interventions. However, true relief begins when you feel heard and understood as well as when you build real self-confidence and strong, supportive connections and relationships with others.
My goal is to create a warm and inviting space of radical acceptance and empathy, where you can express your deepest thoughts, suppressed feelings, pain and true desires . My goal is to facilitate growth beyond your past and beyond your pain. My goal is to offer fresh, new perspectives and support change within you. My aim is to help you overcome all of your challenges and become resilient, plus happy.
Dr.. Knight earned her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University. She earned her Master's of Social Work Degree at California State University, Dominguez Hills and received her Bachelor's Degree from California State University, Los Angeles.
Current certifications and training include:
Attachment Based Therapy
Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT)
Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP)
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
Dr. Knight provides therapy for a limited number of clients.
Ms. Knight is licensed as a
Clinical Social Worker in the state of California (LCSW 91696)
Psychological Associate # PSB94027839
Dr. Knight is currently being supervised by Dr. Katie Moore (PSY# 32941) while she works toward obtaining her license as a clinical psychologist.
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