Alice, a LCP, has experience with varying in ages, gender, sexual orientation, and cultural background, navigating past trauma, grief, anger, anxiety, depression. She practices a holistic approach, integrating mind & body with CBT, ACT, mindfulness, and meditation.
An LCP trained in ABA, Elizabeth works with a wide range of ages. She offers safe support and environment to step out in therapy and learn coping skills as well as ways to work through anxiety, grief, and depression
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, Registered Art Therapist, Board Certified, Registered Yoga Teacher
Gloria Bernard is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, Board Certified, Registered Art Therapist, and Registered Yoga Teacher, Level 1 Certified Kundalini Yoga Practitioner. Gloria has been providing therapy for adults, adolescents, and children since 2009.
Kate Wilamska, LCSW – mowi po polsku. Since 2004 she worked in a variety of settings, including high school, community mental health center, nursing homes and hospice. She offers solution-focused treatment and long term support using EMDR, REBT, and ACT treatment.
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor Adler School of Professional Psychology
I have developed a strong compassion for understanding the human struggle and quest for knowledge. I believe every person and family has a story, an experience, and a distinct way of viewing and coping with life.
Dr. Mark Maluga is clinical psychotherapist with specializations in teens, college-aged students, adults, and couples and LGBT health, trauma, depression, anxiety, and co-occurring medical and mental health symptoms.
Megan helps individuals and couples struggling with anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, and relationship difficulties as well as working through the impacts these challenges have on client's lives.
A LCPC, Nicole provides a safe affirming space for everyone, believing all are born with inherent dignity, worth, and the capacity to make meaningful change. Practicing a person-centered, solution-focused, strengths-based approach, as unique as the individual.
Simon Weismantel, LCSW, therapist and licensed clinical social worker, offers strengths-based, client-centered, and insight oriented therapy. Simon's work with clients is marked by a warm, non-judgemental approach.