John works with adults, families, and relationship/marital issues. Pragmatic and active, he can help people make changes in relatively brief work. He also uses empathy to create a safe relationship for those wanting to do deep work to transform their lives. He works especially well with addictions, trauma survivors, and long-term problems. John is certified as a Pesso-Boyden psychomotor therapist and a substance abuse counselor.
John has over 30 years of experience working with children, adolescents, and adults. He uses the systems approach when working with families, exploring how members of the family all contribute to the system. When working with individuals, he uses cognitive-behavioral and holistic framework to help clients identify solutions to their problems to help alleviate unhealthy emotional symptoms. In addition, he has much experience in working with couples on developing effective communication, challenging ineffective interaction patterns, and expressing needs and desires more clearly. He has worked in a variety of settings, including inpatient and outpatient, and with clients of all ages and disorders. Some areas of focus are addictive and sexual disorders.
Mena has over 25 years of experience working with children, adolescents, and adults. She uses individual , play, and family therapy approaches to work with clients having short and longer term problems. Mena helps clients alter emotional, behavioral, and psychological patterns interfering with their functioning, including those related to trauma and complicated family issues. She uses body psychotherapy and active interactional approaches in addition to other talk therapy and cognitive behavioral techniques.
Morgan has directed her clinical experience towards working with adolescents, adults, and families for over 20 years. Using a psychodynamic approach with a variety of strategies, Morgan helps clients maximize self-understanding, consciousness awareness, and relationship dynamics to promote the healing of personal trauma, strengthening of relationships, and to encourage lasting change. Specialties include eating disorders, PTSD, personal trauma, anxiety/panic disorders, phobias, depression, and issues of self-esteem. Morgan also specializes in working with non-traditional families.
Kim tailors her treatment interventions to the individual needs and goals of each client drawing from a variety of therapeutic modalities including cognitive behavioral, dialectical behavioral, narrative, humanistic, family systems, and psychodynamic. She works with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families. Her specialities include eating disorders, trauma, grief and loss, addiction, LGTBQ, gender identity, and non-traditional famiilies.
Nell provides therapy to clients who are coping with various life stressors, family and relationship issues, depression, mood disorders, thought and anxiety disorders. Nell enjoys working with adults across the lifespan, adolescents and children ages six and up and provides individual, family and couples therapy. She uses a variety of techniques including play therapy with children and strength-based and holistic perspectives to help clients of all ages reach their healing goals and potential. Nell provides individualized therapy and engages with clients to use new cognitive and behavioral approaches for lasting and meaningful change.
Roxie approaches therapy from a holistic approach, embracing overall health and wellness of the mind, body, and soul. She works with teenagers and adults, drawing on a myriad of therapeutic techniques derived from cognitive behavioral, systems psychodynamic, interpersonal, and insight theories. She works to help clients find hope and healing, understanding and new beliefs and behaviors in relationships with self and others. Some of Roxie's specialties include addictions, anxiety, depression, grief and loss, marital and family relationships, self esteem, sexuality, and trauma.
Jennifer A. Stump, MSW, LCSW is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who received her Master of Social Work from West Virginia University in 2007 with a focus in Direct Practice Mental Health. Since 2005, Jennifer has been working in both residential and outpatient treatment where she has provided therapy, treatment planning, crisis services, and case management to individuals, groups, and families. Jennifer has worked with diverse populations in treating both mental health and substance abuse issues. She prefers to employ strengths-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy models in treatment. For short-term treatment of minor specific problems, Jennifer usually uses the Solution-Focused Brief Therapy model. Jennifer pulls from the Transactional Analysis model in much of her treatment to help her clients practice thinking positively and relating healthfully with others.