Therapists

Our amazing team of caring and conscious counselors and therapists represent a wide variety of perspectives, cultural and life experiences, ages, and worldviews. What we share in common is a deep commitment to anti-oppression work, self-awareness and a compassionate response to suffering.

Our therapeutic approaches differ based on our values, style and experience. With a diverse set of skills and styles, we hope to match you with someone that meets your specific needs. However, we know that we are not always a perfect fit for everyone who walks through our door, so please let us know if you would like to try working with another counselor and you’ll move to the front of the waitlist to meet another of our clinicians.

Saying “no” to one therapist may activate worry about your clinician’s feelings of rejection, but we encourage you to trust that we are well-practiced at managing our own feelings in favor of meeting your needs. Our work would not be terribly meaningful to us if you were not maximizing your opportunity for growth and feeling the best possible fit.

Anessa Lewis, LPC Intern

Individual and Relationship Counselor Philosophy and Approach: I bring humor, authenticity, caring, cultural humility, and curiosity into the therapy room. As such, these qualities form the basis of my therapeutic approach. I would describe myself as having a psychodynamic orientation, which basically means that I value and find richness in ...
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Anne Sinkey, MSW

Individual and Relationship Therapist Philosophy and Approach: Humans are amazingly creative, adaptive creatures. But sometimes the ways we’ve coped and survived—the stories we tell ourselves, the relationships we create, the behaviors that get us through the day—no longer work for us. Therapy offers a place to explore, imagine, and practice new ways of ...
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Bren Boseman, LPC

Individual Counselor Philosophy and Approach: I firmly believe that we all have the power  and tools to heal ourselves within the framework of healthy relationships.  It is my duty to provide a safe and confidential environment in which  you can be seen, heard, and validated. I work according to ...
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Heather Sutch, LCSW

Individual and Relationship Therapist Philosophy and Approach: I believe that people have the capacity to  find the way of living that serves them the best and aim to assist  them in connecting to this. I believe that therapy is a collaborative  experience between client and therapist, in which we both ...
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Jessamyn Wesley, LMFT Intern

Individual and Relationship Therapist Philosophy and Approach: Therapy can function as a site of radical  and revolutionary change. Therapy can create opportunities for  resistance to status quo coping of avoidance, consumption, numbness,  disconnection, and suffering; hone our abilities to weather and grow  through pain; navigate inevitable discomfort and uncertainty; provide ...
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Khrystal Johnson, LPC Intern

Individual and Relationship Counselor Philosophy and Approach: My goal in therapy is to provide you with an  opportunity to reinvent yourself and to find growth through healing and  balance. I strive to create a safe atmosphere that facilitates your  process through open, supportive, and genuine dialogue. I utilize a  diverse ...
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Kristi G. Erlich, LMFT

Clinical Director | Relationship and Individual Therapist Philosophy and Approach: It is my belief that people are the greatest experts on themselves and (even so) can sometimes become distracted from the truth of their inherent goodness and capability. This occurs when we are exposed to acute and/or prolonged traumatic experiences ...
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Lizz Schallert, LCSW

Individual and Relationship Therapist Philosophy and Approach: In my work as a therapist I use a Client-Centered approach that trusts in people’s innate ability to heal and overcome tremendous circumstances. My role as therapist is to hold space for this process of healing and self-discovery. I see therapy as collaborative ...
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Roza Skenderova, LPC Intern

Individual Counselor Philosophy and Approach:My primary approach to therapy is somatic,  which integrates the body into the therapeutic process. This means  that while we address emotions, thoughts, and behaviors we also  consider how the body is holding experience as well. For example, when  our hearts start racing, or when we ...
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Ryan Loiselle, LPC Intern

Relationship and Individual Counselor Philosophy and Approach: My primary focus as a practitioner is to create  and hold a safer space for my clients to explore those issues and challenges  that most affect their quality of life and their relationship to themselves  and others. I practice an existential-integrative approach that ...
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Sajani Patel, LPC

Individual and Relationship Counselor Philosophy and Approach: I believe that people have the capability  to create change, adjust to adverse experiences, and overcome  hardships. I also believe in the resiliency and power in people to  learn from mistakes, build skills, formulate positive perceptions,  create healthy relationships, develop a sense of ...
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Sawyer Salameh, LMFT Intern

Relationship and Individual Counselor Philosophy and Approach: I come from a systemic view in my work with  individuals, couples or families. My goal is to walk alongside my  clients on their paths, exploring events and opportunities on the way  that might aid them in their respective journeys. I focus on ...
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Sophe Jones, LMFT Intern

Individual and Relationship Counselor Philosophy and Approach: The goal I aim for in therapy is to collaboratively foster connection and community in client’s lives. I work from an affirming, strengths-based approach to support clients where they are at, and then to help in co-constructing future steps for development. In this I ...
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Thomás G. Grubb
(en español)

Filosofía y enfogue: La terapia es un instrumento poderoso que podemos canalizar hacia el cambio. El enfoque que implemento en el trabajo terapéutico se llama integración asimilativa. Mi orientación núcleo proviene de la terapia existencial, incluyendo las obras de Irving Yalom y Victor Frankl. Es decir que el hecho de ...
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Thomás G. Grubb, LPC Intern

Individual and Relationship Counselor Philosophy and Approach: Therapy is a powerful instrument we can  channel towards change. The approach I implement in therapeutic work  is called assimilative integration. My core orientation comes from  existential therapy including the work of Irving Yalom and Victor Frankl. As such, meaning-making is central to ...
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