Haley Melander-Berges, AMFT

Associate Marriage and Family Therapist

Registration Number 104975

I received my Bachelor of Arts degree in Women’s Studies from California State University, Fresno. Wanting to further my dream as a mental health professional I received my Master’s of Science degree in Marriage, Family and Child Counseling from California State University Fresno.

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Michelle Cranke, AMFT

Associate Marriage and Family Therapist

Michelle earned her Masters of Science degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and Professional Clinical Counseling from California State University, Fresno. She received her Bachelors of Arts in Psychology with a minor in Peace and Conflict Studies also from California State University, Fresno. While in pursuit of her education, Michelle volunteered with various organizations including the Bulldog Pantry, No More Slumlords, Technologies for Education and Social Advancement, and Mediator Mentors.

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Erika Cline, AMFT

Erika’s approach to therapy is therapeutic due to her gentle presence that puts most people at ease, yet at the same time is outgoing, creative, and enthusiastic allowing her to build a relationship with her clients quickly. She has exceptional communication skills which shine when coordinating care both within our center and with our systems partners such as; schools, county courts, CPS Social Workers, and family partners. She is mindful about respecting cultural diversity and providing individualized client centered care, yet at the same time keeping in mind her ethical responsibilities both to her agency and her clients.

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Catherine Boyle

Catherine has a warm and down to earth approach to therapy. She mainly uses cognitive behavioral therapy as her theoretical approach, but also has used solution-focused, narrative, client-centered, and some gestalt techniques. Catherine has worked with trauma on both the offender and the victim side at her past internship sites. She has run psychoeducation groups on substance abuse, anger management, and general coping skills.

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