Jami Woods, Associate Marriage and Family Therapist

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Associate Marriage and Family Therapist

"Vulnerability is the birthplace of innovation, creativity and change” -Brene Brown

Life can be overwhelming at times with its many changes, challenges or stressors. Perhaps this is leaving you paralyzed and cut off or flooded with fear, grief, and confusion. You don’t have to navigate it alone. I want you to be able to feel more connected to yourself and others, resolve past hurts that may be holding you back and approach life with confidence and vitality.

In doing this, I can offer a space in which you can feel believed in, accepted and supported. I ultimately hope that in joining you in your journey I can help you improve your self-awareness, challenge any self defeating thought patterns and learn new tools that work best for you.

You have everything you need to heal and grow within you. Together let us see how we can tap into that and nurture the power that exists inside of you.

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Haley Fuentes, Associate Marriage and Family Therapist

Associate Marriage and Family Therapist

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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Erika Cline, Associate Marriage and Family Therapist

Associate Marriage and Family Therapist

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, APCC

Associate Professional Clinical Counselor

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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Megan Sisk, Associate Marriage and Family Therapist

Associate Marriage and Family Therapist

Megan aims to help clients feel seen, understood, supported, and never alone as she aims to build a therapeutic relationship with each client from which to explore unresolved issues from the past, experience and process how they change and explore what comes from their new experiences.

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Jaclyn Curtis, Associate Marriage and Family Therapist

Associate Marriage and Family Therapist

Jaclyn implements a genuine and warm approach to build therapeutic rapport with individuals. She creates a safe space for clients to work toward the goals they want to accomplish through a client-centered therapeutic approach. Jaclyn believes in self-exploration and self-compassion to empower individuals.

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Jami Woods, Associate Marriage and Family Therapist

Associate Marriage and Family Therapist

"Vulnerability is the birthplace of innovation, creativity and change” -Brene Brown

Life can be overwhelming at times with its many changes, challenges or stressors. Perhaps this is leaving you paralyzed and cut off or flooded with fear, grief, and confusion. You don’t have to navigate it alone. I want you to be able to feel more connected to yourself and others, resolve past hurts that may be holding you back and approach life with confidence and vitality.

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Ryan Smith, Associate Clinical Social Worker

Associate Clinical Social Worker

Ryan Smith is a therapist with over twenty years experience working with every age group. Specializing in transitional-aged youth, Ryan uses a combination of therapies--from CBT to DBT to solutions-focused therapy--to best fit clients’ needs and to help them incite positive change.

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Garrett Johnson, APCC

Associate Professional Clinical Counselor

Garrett is an Associate Professional Clinical Counselor who is trained and educated in rehabilitation, individual, couples, and children's counseling. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy is his main theoretical framework, as well as an integrative approach from various aspects of theories. He is determined to provide a judgement-free and safe environment to share and express one self.

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Kayla Bundy, APCC

Associate Professional Clinical Counselor

Many of us walk around with substantial inner turmoil and self-judgment, leaving us feeling trapped by our thoughts and helpless at times. Taking the first step to seek help takes courage. I use an integrated approach to help clients learn better coping skills, increase their self-compassion, and start living more fully. I have a strong background in cognitive behavioral therapy, however I use various therapeutic techniques to help meet each clients' unique needs and achieve the best possible outcome. I enjoy working with adults, the LGBTQIA community, trauma survivors, and those with depression and anxiety.