Through her work with adolescents and adults, Megan believes it is important to first establish an environment that is warm, accepting, and hopeful. Therefore, treatment is individualized and collaborative, and she works together with clients to identify therapeutic goals that align with their values.
Raychael’s clinical focus includes treating children, adolescents, families, and young adults. She employs a person-centered and strengths based approach with all her clients. Her therapeutic approach is collaborative, inclusive, and largely involves meeting clients where they are.
Nicole pushes her clients to grow and strive to be the best version of themselves using empathy, authenticity, relatability, and directness. Her empathy, transparency and humorous nature allows clients to quickly establish a therapeutic connection.
Brandon offers a safe and warm environment to process the experiences, behaviors and emotions of his clients. His therapeutic approach changes depending upon the issue, person, and dynamics being presented.
Morgan is a firm believer that therapy should be a collaboration between the therapist and the clients to help foster change. With much compassion and understanding, She works with clients to facilitate healing and growth, grounded in a desire to empower others to achieve their goals.
Riley specializes in working with children and adolescents. She has experience in those suffering from social anxiety, phobias/fears, depression, emotional regulation and behavioral challenges.
Raya focuses on building trusting relationships in therapy as the foundation to making progress in treatment. She uses compassion, validation, and acceptance throughout therapy to help her clients.
Bridget strives to meet each client where they are at with a person-centered, non-judgmental approach. She also specializes in working with adolescents and adults between the ages of 13-70 who are dealing with addiction issues.
Danna finds it important to create a safe and healing space for her clients to process difficult emotions, life experiences, and current challenges. She also believes her clients are the experts of their own lives.