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Alysia Gibbs, LCSW
I have been working as an Integrative Behavioral Health Clinician for Open Door Community Health Center since 2014 and I currently work with patients at the Open Door Down Town site in Eureka who have been referred internally by Open Door providers, howev

Sheri Graham-Whitt, LMFT
Not available at this time

A. Scott Greer, Psychologist
I am a clinical psychologist in practice for over 33 years. In my private practice I provide psychotherapy for adults, couples, adolescents (age 13 and older) and families. At the current time 3/2020, I am unable to accept new referrals as my practice i

Kimberly Hall, LCSW

Rebecca Hall, LMFT

Bo Hamer, LCSW
I believe the development of a secure and collaborative relationship is the most important aspect of the work I do. Working from a strengths-based and relational perspective, I have experience with at-risk youth, families, and adults using a multi-theore

Forest Harpham, LCSW
I work full-time at the Eureka VA Outpatient Clinic, providing mental health services to Veterans and their families. I specialize in working with student Veterans, helping them transition from active duty to civilian/student life. I've received adva

Sonja Harting, LMFT
I work with couples, families and individuals from a client specific, strength based and experiential perspective to build and maintain healthy relationships, heal from past hurts and improve communication. Work with issues involving past
hurts, depres

Ginni Hassrick, LCSW
Thirty years of experience, both internationally and in California. My practice is eclectic, with an emphasis on trauma, transitions, PTSD. Treating children, adolescents, family, and couples. Empowerment and Transformation. Solution-focused.

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Sheila Hatcher, LMFT
My goal is to help people connect with themselves and others in meaningful and satisfying ways. Connection with the self allows acceptance and enjoyment of life without fear, suspicion, self-judgment, etc., which can prevent us from living life to its ful


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