Motivational Interviewing

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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Megan Kniffen

It took a lot of courage for you to get here and you’re not alone in this process. My goal is to help you feel comfortable so we can do the hard work We are living in a time with so many stressors, but you are taking the right steps by seeking a partner in…

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Desirée N. Robinson

My name is Desirée N. Robinson and I support people in healing emotional wounds around Sex, Intimacy, Faith & Trauma. I am also a Bariatric Specialist supporting the shift in mental wellness with the rapid – and unpredictable – changes in the body.

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Desiree N. Robinson

My name is Desirée N. Robinson and I support people in healing emotional wounds around Sex, Intimacy & Trauma. I am also a Bariatric Specialist supporting the shift in mental wellness with the rapid – and unpredictable – changes in the body.

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Marianna Mujica

“I’m an open-minded bilingual (Spanish) holistic psychotherapist with a warm, empathic, focused and direct style. ”

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Emily Griffin

Mom of four sons and a daughter in a blended family. Childhood trauma survivor. I support proactive parents who want to break unhealthy family patterns, heal wounds, and find everyday joy.

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Ali Jost

I believe in the power of empathic relationships to catalyze healing and growth. I draw from evidence-based approaches that integrate the mind and the body, including Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, IFS, EMDR, and Relational Psychodynamic practices.

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Vivian L Morgan

Vivian works well with children, families, and adults who are looking for relieve from distress, trauma, or mood disturbances. She takes a Family systems, Cognitive Behavioral, and Expressive (sand tray therapy, art activities, mindfulness) approach.

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Stephanie Michelle Taylor

Hi, how are you?

This is a typical question; however, they make a big difference in a person’s life. Possible differences can range from making you smile, giving you the chance to vent, and/or providing you with an emotional outlet.

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