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Michele Rogers, LMFT
Whether you are struggling with relationship issues, mid-life changes,or feelings of depression and anxiety, psychotherapy can be an invaluable tool. Therapy provides a safe environment to heal from unresolved past issues or deal with current life stresso

Pasquale Romano, LCSW
I join with clients in order to help them problem-solve internal and external oppressions within their lives.

Jessica Salant, LMFT
28 years experience working with adolescents, expressive arts therapy, training in collaborative couples treatment. Shared Parenting Support Program.

Katherine Salinas, LCSW
One of my roles is to facilitate the building and maintenance of a safe and trusting therapeutic relationship, which allows for a truly collaborative approach to our work. My theoretical orientation is eclectic and I utilize a range of techniques and inte

Jude Sandberg, LMFT
Emphasis on mindfulness and exploration of the nature and dynamics of relationships to self, world, and others with the goal of integration.

Andrea Sanger, LCSW
10 years of experience has taught me that the relationship between therapist and patient is of utmost importance and can bring about tremendously valuable changes. From this relationship, I assist individuals and couples who are grappling with the challen

Jon Sapunar, LCSW
I have over 40 years experience working with individuals, couples and groups. I bring compassion, clarity and guidance to create a safe place for people to deal with and resolve negative thought patterns, painful emotions and problematic life issues that

Kaylyn Seamands, AMFT

Alice Shannon, LMFT
Therapy: Individual, couples, family, and children. Support for parents/children: individual solutions: coping w/challenges: high energy, biting, sleep/toileting tantrums, school/childcare adjustment, transitions, aggressive behavior. Infancy-mid child.

Emily Siegel, LCSW
I support clients to develop solutions and coping skills that increase their connection to others. The strategies we develop together assist clients to release emotional blocks, think more clearly about what they want and take steps to achieve their goals


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