Young Adults

Jonathan Lee

My name is Jon (they/them/theirs). I identify as a non-binary, queer, somatic psychotherapist, who comes from a Taiwanese immigrant family background.

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Deborah Beriro

I was born in Spain and moved to the states as a child. Have a B.A. from American University in D.C. and an M.S. in applied psych/mental health counseling from Lynn U. I am trilingual (Spanish, French and English.)

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Kathryn Rutter Parke

Kathryn Parke, LCSW-C is an EMDR trained trauma and anxiety therapist in Baltimore, MD. She works with adults and older adults, specializes in C-PTSD and is also trained in CBT and psychodynamic therapy.

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Marilyn Grace Kistler

I am licensed in the state of Michigan as a Licensed Professional Counselor with a Master of Arts in Counseling from Spring Arbor University and I am certified by the National Board for Certified Counselors and am certified as an EMDR therapist.

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Brooke Bralove

Brooke Bralove, LCSW-C is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Psychotherapist, AASECT Certified Sex Therapist, Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator, and a Basic Accelerated Resolution Therapy Practitioner.

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Pam Monjar

Pam is a Certified Grief Counseling Specialist in Brentwood, Tennessee. Working full-time in her private practice, Your Soul’s Story, she specializes in grief, loss, and trauma over the lifespan including death and dying.

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Karin Miller

Karin specializes in working with individuals who may be dealing with depression, anxiety, PTSD, grief and trauma.

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AnnaMarie Pemberton

I have spent my career as a trauma therapist offering unconditional kindness and deep care. My work is relational and incorporates mindfulness, self compassion and somatic experiencing. I am also certified as a perinatal mental health specialist.

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Kathryn E Bingner

After practicing counseling for 7 years, I have learned so much, but sometimes, the biggest lesson has been not knowing the answer. I enjoy collaborating and learning from others! I look forward to being a part of a supportive community.

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Carol Williams

All the strengths assessments say my number one character trait is ‘authenticity’. I am considered a Rogerian therapist….a humanist. I care about you and your well-being.

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Carol Williams

All the strengths assessments say my number one character trait is ‘authenticity’. I am considered a Rogerian therapist….a humanist. I care about you and your well-being.

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