Positive Psychology

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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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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Marni McGarry

Ms. McGarry is an Integrative Psychotherapist who approaches each individual with the belief that all people have what they need to heal and is grateful to help facilitate this lifelong process.

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Kate Wester

My integrative approach combines deeply relational, trauma-informed, somatic, contemplative, and expressive practices to support the recovery of your innate resilience and wholeness, and to strengthen your capacity to manage difficulties.

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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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Gabrielle Kilgore

I believe that while no life is without some measure of pain or struggle; therapy can be a transformative, healing process which opens the door to a more fulfilling relationship with yourself and others.

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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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Kenneth Allred

I provide compassionate and strength-based support to individuals struggling with stress, especially related to painful religious experiences and relationship stress.

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