Amanda Neiman is a Marriage & Family Therapy Associate. Amanda believes that healing is a non-linear process. She will guide and support you through the ups and downs of change by empowering you to embody your strengths. Her goal as a therapist is to help you build a better relationship with yourself and others by exploring your authentic needs and fostering self-acceptance. Amanda is highly sensitive to cultural and societal influences and the impact they have on each person’s unique experiences. She is extremely passionate about her work and helping others. She works from a cognitive behavioral base, while implementing mindfulness techniques.
Anna Maurice is both a Marriage & Family Therapy Associate as well as a Professional Clinical Counselor Associate. She approaches the therapeutic relationship from a holistic perspective, believing that an open and honest relationship between client and therapist best creates the foundation for lasting positivity, independence and happiness. She stylizes each session as it relates to the individual client, and hopes to be a guide towards achieving a well-balanced life. She has experience in issues ranging from depression and anxiety, relationship matters and the handling of life transitions and questions of self-identity
Gabriela Quintero is a Marriage and Family Associate. She believes that life gives us so many opportunities for growth and personal development. In her practice she considers all aspects of a client’s life – their family and relationships, their culture and ethnicity, their spirituality and health. She believes in integrating many different philosophies into her practice to best suit the needs of her client. Gabriela can help you take advantage of these opportunities for growth, and to help you create the life you desire.
Khristian Durham is a Professional Clinical Counselor Associate. She works from a cogntive beahvioral approach with some mindfulness techniques used throughout. She believes that people generally want to be happy, effective and successful in their lives and that they already have within themselves the capacity and potential for change and adherence to that change. People possess substantial personal expertise and wisdom regarding themselves and already “know” what they need to do. Yet, as we all can relate, doing it is easier said than done. Psychotherapy can support individuals to most effectively use their resources to increase self-understanding, to make health behavior changes, to improve decision-making, to solve problems, and to create paths to the lives they want.