of Mental Health Providers
Jessica Dyer, LCSW
Most of us experience points in our lives where we feel life is not going as well as it could. We feel stuck in unhealthy patterns, mired down by feelings, thoughts, actions we take or donít take and a sense of wanting to feel better. Maybe you have alway
Debbie Elmore, AMFT
Currently, I am working on my PhD in counseling, education, and supervision. My Master's degree is in marriage and family therapy (MFT) and soon I will sit for the MFT exam.
I have expertise in communication and systemic therapeutic processes.Cou
Cheryn English, N/A
Stefanie Enright, LCSW
I have extensive experience working with culturally and socioeconomically diverse individuals and families. I have a special interest in helping people let go of guilt and shame and take responsibility for their lives.
Danny Ertman, LMFT
I have been a resident in Humboldt County since 1980. My experience is broad based with multiple populations and groups. Therapy will be interactive and empathetic using a variety of treatment methods as appropriate for your specific needs and goals.
Sandy Factor, LMFT
I have a wide range of therapeutic modalities that I utilize depending on the variety of client need. These include: art therapy, play and sand tray therapy, cognitive behavioral, and client centered. I am fluent in American sign language.
Loren Farber, LMFT
I provide a supportive therapeutic relationship and skillful psychotherapy. I can help with a range of concerns that people bring to therapy. These include improving relationships, working through difficult feelings, managing anxiety, changing troubling
Jennifer Finamore, LMFT
I provide therapy for specific issues and personal growth in the context of a safe, collaborative relationship. I have extensive experience and training in play therapy, and I enjoy using sand tray, in addition to verbal therapy, with people of all ages.
Holly Finn, LMFT
Working with those who seek therapy to resolve issues related to traumatic experiences over time and/or a trauma event, anxiety, obsessive/compulsive thought/behaviors, problems with focus and attention, depression, and relationship challenges.
Making Headway for Brain Injury Recovery, N/A
Phone: (707) 442-7668
Making Headway Center for Brain Injury Recovery provides trauma-informed and trauma-responsive mental health services. Our team of bilingual therapists is trained on the emotional, psychological, and physical trauma that can
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