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Ray Castillo


I believe that every person has their own story. I am interested in your story because it matters and I understand how various factors can make us feel unheard and hidden. We all deserve a safe place to land, without judgement

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Cassie Horton


As a counselor, I use myself as a vehicle for change in the therapeutic process. I bring a warm, personable, and laid-back nature to each session because I believe everyone needs a comfortable space to share their story. I push my clients in the direction of their goals, but I respect the importance of pacing and patience during the therapy “marathon”.

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Doerun Stokes

Practice Team Leader

I believe that as humans, we are complex and made up of many beings within: physical, spiritual, emotional, and mental. This is why I see therapy in a holistic way, taking all of these parts into account.

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Mallika Rajan



Brooke Hunter


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Edily Boykins


Therapy is a partnership. My goal is to work with you to identify your strengths and to give you tools to move through difficult situations. I have been fortunate to work in mental health care for the last 5 years and welcome adolescent and adult clients looking for support.

What does it look like for you to be seen, heard, and validated? It would be an incredible honor to sit with you and hold space while you shed away the notion that you are broken; there is no such thing. It takes incredible courage to seek help and that is just one of your many strengths. We frequently go through life feeling lonely which is an isolating experience. Alone with our thoughts, mistakes, past decisions, guilt and shame. When we put down our “masks” and come out of hiding, we see that we are never alone. The reality is that you’ve come this far and you’re surviving with the tools that you have. My therapeutic approach is to work

As a therapist I believe in treatment that accommodates the totality of each persons unique, individual, physical, psychological, and emotional needs. Some of these approaches include cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, trauma informed therapy, and solution focused brief therapy.

Life is a journey filled with sharp turns, bumps, curves, and changes that can take you off course. The challenges and stressors can be hard to face head-on without some help and guidance. Choosing to seek therapy is a good sign of strength that you are putting yourself back on the road of healing and recovery. My approach I work primarily with folks experiencing substance use disorders. My aim as a therapist is to be empathetic, compassionate, and grateful in this journey with you and to provide exceptional care/treat

I have a passion for working with clients from many diverse backgrounds. I grew up in a small town where mental health awareness was not always present and children, like myself, who were going through their own unique and individual challenges did not always have support or an outlet for expressing their emotions. I aim to work with clients who are searching for this same type of support environment and positive outcomes through making plans for their

believe in creating a version of you that feels authentic. Seeking therapy is one of the most profound things we can do. It requires an extraordinary amount of vulnerability. You deserve a space that honors your vulnerability and strength. My goal is to help develop that space with you. Therapy is about your process and your story. I am excited to accompany you in that process and hear your story. The types of therapy I enjoy providing are experiential (meaning making) and narrative. However, I am knowledgeable in many different types of therapy and flexible to fit the needs of my clients. I have a passion for providing therapy to members of the LGBTQIA+ community.

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Malachi Jennings



Andrea Evans



Jeremy Saunders



Hallie Amat


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Diana Landers


Maybe your emotions sweep you off your feet— but not always in a good way. You use substances, food, or other habits to try and escape these feelings, but ultimately the underlying causes go unaddressed. There’s nothing wrong with having big emotions, but what would life look like if you learned how to ride these waves instead of feeling like you’re drowning? Although change can feel impossible, I’m here to tell you it’s not. “Healing doesn’t mean the damage never existed. It means the damage no longer controls our lives.” Let’s work together to reclaim your power and take back control today.

A lonely moment. A slight stressor. A tipping point or crisis. A sense of vulnerability or troubling thoughts. Maybe you are in physical pain. Something has called you to therapy, and you are seeking a guide to walk alongside you.

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There are times in our lives when we are presented with challenges that seem overwhelming, and our usual ways of coping are no longer working. This can make us feel sad, lonely, confused, and depressed.

Do you ever find yourself saying "It is not supposed to be this way"? At times we have all felt lost in life, or found ourselves in a place we do not wish to be. Whether it be at the hands of trauma, loss of self-esteem, familial discord, or failed relationships, sometimes we all need some guidance getting back to our best version of ourselves. I utilize Somatic and Experiential Theory based techniques to create a holistic approach to working on

Are you looking to strengthen and improve your relationships? I believe that the quality of our relationships directly impacts the quality of our lives. My goal as a therapist is to help my clients increase their awareness of themselves and their relationships while providing skills to help them improve areas of their life. Whether you are looking to learn coping skills, work on healthy communication, identify negative behavior patterns within yourself or a relationship, or just need a safe place and someone to talk to, I work with you to help you

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Katie Stenmark


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Abbey Vann


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Devon Quinn


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