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Hi everyone! I am Taniya Shockley. My goal is to assist clients in navigating through their lives and promote personal growth, development, and healing. I am passionate about helping young adults, adolescents, and children who experience depression, anxiety, trauma, self-image, and family conflicts. I prefer to use holistic, person centered, and cognitive approaches when providing therapy.
I have a background in behavioral therapy working with children and teens with autism,as well as providing resources to family and children who have experienced challenging times. I believe it is important to analyze all angles of life to determine the best approach for one’s healing journey.
I obtained my Bachelor’s in Psychology Degree from University of West Georgia. I am currently a Master of Social Work intern who attends Arizona State University. I currently work as a Division of Family and Child Services Case Manager. I have also worked as a Behavioral Therapist and volunteered as a mentor for teens and children with challenging and/or traumatic family backgrounds.
In my free time I enjoy writing poetry and non-fiction pieces. I also enjoy shopping, traveling, and spending time with friends and family.
It will be an honor to assist you on your journey to healing and growth.
My approach to therapy is to constantly be a learner in your experience while also being a teammate in your progress. As a team we can figure out what works best for you considering your unique experiences. I strive to create a safe place where you can explore and express yourself without judgment and achieve growth and empowerment.
The therapeutic approaches that I use most are Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and Reality Therapy. I use these modalities as my main guide, while also pulling from others, as needed. I believe that it is necessary to be flexible and create a therapeutic experience that is specific to the person being served, using all tools that can be useful.
I have experience in interventions for the following: Depression, Anxiety, Schizoaffective, Trauma, Grief and Loss, Substance Use and Addiction, Domestic Violence, Self-Esteem, Eating Disorders or Disordered Eating, Body Image, Gender Identity and Sexual Health, Parenting, Child Welfare, and Family Dynamics.
My experience consists of therapeutic and social work interventions with teens, children, adults, and families from diverse backgrounds and with varying needs. In addition to working with individuals and families, I have also done advocacy work for LGBTQ+ youth in foster care. I hold a Bachelor of Arts in Social Policy and Community Advocacy and am currently completing a Master’s in Social Work.
I hope to use my education and experience to cultivate healing.
I look forward to serving those seeking growth and to being an ally in your vulnerable journey.
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!
Hi, I’m Rayanne! My goal is to create a safe and welcoming environment that encourages personal growth, and helps clients to meet their goals.
I am passionate about helping those struggling with depression, anxiety, eating disorders, substance abuse and a variety of other mental health struggles. I believe that therapy is an important tool in helping to heal traumatic experiences and reaching one's personal goals.
I have worked with a variety of populations such as foster youth, eating disorders, substance abuse, trauma, PTSD and general mental health struggles. I provide a variety of therapeutic approaches such as CBT, DBT, and Trauma Informed Care.
About me: I am currently a MSW student at Arizona State University, and received my Bachelors in Psychology from California State University San Marcos. In my free time I enjoy taking walks, going to the beach, and spending time with my friends and family.
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.
Hey Everyone, My name is Tierra!
I'm thrilled that you've chosen to embark on the next stage of your journey towards becoming the best version of yourself. I firmly believe that everyone has a unique story, and while some may have faced more challenging beginnings than others, it's not about how it began, but the proactive steps you take to shape a brighter future. As individuals, we possess the power to make the necessary changes to break generational cycles and navigate through past and present traumas. As a therapist, my role is to let you take the lead and serve as a guide, helping you unlock and acquire the tools essential to navigate this journey we call life.
I take great satisfaction in working with a diverse range of individuals and groups, including Black/People of Color, Children/Adolescents, Youth in Child Welfare Services, Adults, and the LGBTQIA+ community. My focus extends to those grappling with Depression, Anxiety, Low Self-Esteem, PTSD, Intimate Partner Violence (IPV), Sexual Abuse/Violence, Child Abuse, Abandonment, Substance Abuse, and Stress stemming from work, family, and life-related issues. I eagerly anticipate collaborating with Individuals, Relationships/Couples, and Families.
My therapeutic approach encompasses Narrative Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Family System Therapy, and Trauma-Informed Care. Together, we will work towards your personal growth and well-being using these diverse therapeutic methods.
A little bit about me: I earned my Bachelor of Arts in Communication from California State University Dominguez Hills. Currently, I am an Intern working towards attaining a Master of Family Therapy (MFT) and Professional Clinical Counseling (LPCC) from National University. My job brings me fulfillment as I work with current and former Foster Youth.
In my downtime, I relish spending quality moments with my family and close friends. During my "me" time, you'll often find me immersed in music, indulging in some retail therapy, or enjoying a trip to the movies.
I am genuinely excited to join you on your personal journey of growth and healing as you strive to become the best version of yourself.
Hi Everyone! My name is Yolanda Zaldivar, you can call me Yoli. My overall goal is to allow an individual the dignity and grace they deserve while providing the safest environment possible, for the individual to be the best version of themselves with no judgment.
With my personal and professional experience, when an individual begins their journey to self-discovery that brings change and healing within itself. The family dynamics of an individual will change when the individual changes. I have worked with children and their families for over twenty-two years. I started with children, early intervention with children on the Autism Spectrum. I have worked in a school like system with families who had children who had severe behavioral challenges.
I have had the privilege to work with diverse populations, situations, and backgrounds. I have experience working with families and children who experienced severe trauma. These traumas include substance abuse, depression anxiety, grief, reunification, Children Protection services, Sex addictions, codependency and much more.
I have a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology, I obtained from California State University of the East Bay. I am currently completing my Master of Arts Degree in Counseling/Marriage Family Therapy at Palo Alto University.
My passion is to serve the community and the people with the most compassionate, non-judgmental, and supportive way possible. I want to help people become the best version of self- I believe the power in therapy as I have used therapy myself to heal and become the best version on myself as possible. I had someone there for me and I would love to be that person for someone else. I have had tons of life experience to prepare me to become a foundation for others to learn and grow.
I would be honored to get to know you on a personal level and help support you on your healing life journey.
I look forward in working and meeting you soon!
Hello there & Welcome!
I’m happy that you are taking your first step towards healing and self-growth. I’m passionate about helping individuals in their healing journeys, meeting their current needs, and assisting them in becoming the best version of themselves in any aspect. I believe in creating a safe, open, nurturing, supportive, and sensitive space for individuals to discuss their issues and work through difficulties, challenges, traumas, and life experiences.
My personal therapeutic approach is caring, intuitive, compassionate, culturally sensitive, welcoming, engaging, supportive, and appreciative of differences.
Therapeutic Style: I use evidence-based modalities and interventions, such as Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Narrative Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Strength-based Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, Family Systems Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Play Therapy, and Mindfulness Based Therapies.
I enjoy working with individuals, couples, children, teens, and families from diverse backgrounds.My focus areas of work include Anxiety, Depression, Stress Management, ADHD, Grief & Loss, Transitional Life Events, Trauma & Resilience, Personal Relationship Issues, Couple Problems, Personal Growth, Separation & Divorce, Parenting Issues, Self Esteem, Anger Management, Attachment and Communication issues.
Education Background: I earned my Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with emphasis on Law from University of California, Irvine (UCI) & Master of Dispute Resolution from University of Southern California (USC) Gould School of Law. I’m currently a second year Master of Marriage & Family Therapy (MFT) student attending Loma Linda University (LLU).
About Me: I love spending time in nature, listening to good music, exercising, reading good books, spending quality time with family & friends, and playing with kids brings me great joy.
I will be honored to join you in therapy and would be privileged to walk by your side on your personal journey towards self-discovery, growth, and healing and to help you bring out the best in yourself.
I am Bhavani, and I am the person who is waiting out there to listen to you. With a passion for supporting and empowering individuals, couples, and families, I bring a compassionate and respectful approach to therapy, focusing on each client's innate capacity for growth and resilience.
In my practice, I specialize in working with clients grappling with depression, anxiety, trauma, and other emotional challenges. I have had the privilege of supporting both teens and adults, tailoring my therapeutic interventions to meet their unique needs and life situations.
My primary therapeutic orientation is person-centered, complemented by Cognitive Behavioral Therapy interventions. I strive to create a nurturing environment where clients can develop healthy belief systems and habits. To this end, I incorporate holistic interventions that encompass the mind, body, and spirit, such as meditation and mindfulness practices. I am currently pursuing my MA in Counseling from Palo Alto University, California. This journey is driven by my aspiration to weave together the various facets of a person’s well-being in therapy, recognizing the intricate interplay of the mind, body, and spirit.
Before delving into the world of counseling, I had the opportunity to work in the medical field, which imbued me with a keen understanding of the interconnection between physical and mental health. This medical background, combined with my ongoing studies, makes me uniquely equipped to offer holistic treatment to individuals, helping them rewrite their narratives and embark on a journey towards healing and self-discovery.
On a personal note, I was born in India, a place of love and warmth. One of my favorite foods is samosa, a delightful treat consisting of stuffed potato with a crispy outside, fried in oil. In my free time, I enjoy connecting with nature, reading, and exploring new places.
I am committed to creating a safe and inclusive space for all clients, addressing the cultural, social, and individual factors that contribute to mental health. I am excited to bring my diverse expertise and therapeutic techniques to contribute positively to your journey towards healing.
Hello there, my name is Katina Potter and I welcome you to the first step of what will be a long and hard but ultimately beautiful and rewarding process. So, kudos to you for taking the first step in becoming a better you.
I work with couples, teens, adults, people of color, as well as youth brought up in foster care. I specialize in assisting individuals with their self-image, work and school stress, substance abuse, social anxiety, anxiety in general, parenting, as well as various types of relationship issues.
A little background on me is I worked as a paraeducator and a behavior intern for a juvenile facility for 20 years. There I worked with juveniles helping them to find effective ways to communicate. As well as helping them apply different techniques or methods when handling and expressing their emotions. I also worked as a home visitor at the Children’s Institute. This job included case management, teaching advocacy, educating mothers on what to expect from a baby and helping her get comfortable in her role as a mother. I would visit enrolled families in their home at least twice per week to provide support for new mothers with newborn babies up to five years of age.
My goal is to provide a space where individuals can be themselves and openly express themselves without fear of judgement. I understand that therapy is a very sensitive and delicate matter and I want you to understand that I don’t take it lightly and look forward to seeing and helping you on your healing journey.
Bachelor’s Degree – Human Services
Skill Certificate - Chemical Dependency Specialist in Criminal Justice in May 2005
Skill Certificate - Recovery Specialist in May 2005
Certificate - Dependency and Alcohol Counselor in June 2005
Hi! My name is Leticia Hernandez
As we all go through life figuring it out we are met with different challenges, experiences, and choices. As we try to do our best to be our best selves we realize it’s not as easy as we had hoped. Going through life without help can be incredibly difficult, demanding, and isolating. There is power in numbers and it’s easier to manage life with someone with you. Searching for help requires so much strength which I will welcome with a caring, open, and comfortable environment. I will be there with you every step of the way to support you in any way I can.
I strongly believe that where there is a will there's a way! If someone desires to make changes in their life and is willing to work towards it, they will achieve it. My goal is to work alongside you as we collaborate in understanding the obstacles in your life and the best ways to help you get closer to the life you desire.
I am looking forward to us making life more manageable, seeing where this journey takes us, and getting to do life together.
A little about myself: I have a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from California State University, San Bernardino. Before pursuing my master’s degree I worked in clinics and schools with children, teens, and adults with disorders such as autism, ADHD, etc. I am pursuing my master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Loma Linda University while interning at The Center of Resiliency Therapy & Counseling.
I currently live in California and have lived here my whole life. In my free time, my activities always depend on my mood. If I’m feeling tired I will take time for myself and watch movies, spend time outside, and read. If I am energized I will spend time with family and friends by going out to eat, watch movies, shop, or travel.
Hello there! My name is Paige Hopkins.
Thank you for being here and taking this next step into therapy. My job is to remind you to live in the present and make your future what you want it to be.
“Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards.” -Søren Kierkegaard
“This journey has to start at the only place it can- where you are right now. Step into this moment and radically accept where you are right now as being the absolute perfect place you are meant to be” -Don Miguel Ruiz Jr.
I work with children, adolescents, or adults, with social and/or generalized anxiety, depression, PTSD, personality disorders, stress management, relationship issues, anger management, life transitions, burn out, and self-care.
I use many approaches to therapy, particularly Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), to help navigate your emotional and behavioral challenges effectively by analyzing unwanted thought patterns and turning them into positive aspects. In addition to CBT, I incorporate elements of art and play therapy, to create a holistic and creative therapeutic environment. I would include spiritual practices in my sessions if desired by allowing you as my client to be your own expert in therapy through transpersonal exploration. This incorporates nature with mind and body connections. I use evidence-based techniques to explore emotions and look at our connection with the world. I aim to empower individuals to overcome challenges, discover inner strengths, and lead fulfilling lives.
About me: I am from Southern California and have loved the close access to beaches so much I moved to be closer to them. I am a person who loves nature and gives it my all in every aspect. I received my bachelor's degree at University of California, San Diego in general psychology which began my journey into helping others. I have always had a passion to support others in any way possible. Following my undergrad, I worked with children on the autism spectrum using behavioral techniques for 3 years until starting my path into the education system. I am currently working on my master’s in counseling to be a licensed professional clinical counselor (LPCC) through National University. I enjoy anything involving nature such as hiking and sunsets. I also have hobbies in drawing, painting, and playing video games when I have the chance. Practicing self-care is one of my most important ways to live peacefully. I love the concept of smell, as I have an obsession with essential oils, particularly lavender. I look forward to working with you and being with you on this journey!
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