Vice President and Therapist
Specialties: Children, ADHD, Anxiety, Depression, Play Therapy
"Encouraging and Compassionate"
Jen has her Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy and is currently a Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist. She believes that everyone matters and is valuable and that it is important to discover who you are at your core so that you can build a life that works for you. She believes that change happens when people become aware of the root of their behavior and discover the need driving their behavior. Jen has a passion for working with children and is working on becoming a Registered Play Therapist. Jen also enjoys working with people experiencing anxiety, ADHD, depression, and boundary setting. In her free time Jen enjoys playing video games, singing, reading, and spending time with friends.
Specialties: Anxiety, Depression, Body Image, Addiction, Grief, Chronic Illness, Trauma, Dementia & Dementia Carers, All Ages
"Empathy and Gentleness"
Allison grew up in Athens, GA with three younger brothers. Her parents are both teachers who instilled in all their children a love for helping others and learning. Allison’s core therapeutic techniques include a mix of Person Centered, Cognitive-Behavioral, Gestalt, and Narrative Therapy. She also believes in grounding the mind by connecting to the body in a healthy way. Allison is passionate about helping others through providing safety, gentleness, and unconditional positive regard in her therapy practice. Allison is open to incorporating art, music, and movement into the therapeutic process if requested by the client. Allison enjoys playing guitar, reading, and writing in her spare time. Allison married her husband Tim in September of 2018. They love to take nature walks and play video games together. Allison earned her undergraduate degree in Psychology & Music Therapy at the University of Georgia, her masters in Crisis & Trauma Counseling from Liberty University and is currently working on her doctorate in Psychology. Allison’s dissertation focus is on how to gently guide individuals through the dying process. Allison spent 4 years working as a caregiver & wellness advocate with individuals and families in senior living; and completed a mental health internship at MN Teen Challenge.
Gautham is a pre-licensed counselor and has his MA in Counseling Psychology from the University of Minnesota. He believes that in order to be “happy”, we need to have positive and healthy support systems in our life, we must actively work towards understanding what affects us positively and what doesn’t, and then start creating positive habits, which then positively shapes our perception of the self and the world around us. Most of us try hard not to make mistakes but Gautham believes that we must embrace and learn from our mistakes, we must see it as an opportunity to learn rather than something that needs to be avoided. Gautham believes in creating balance for oneself, which can be achieved through mindfulness practices and being kind to one-self. Change occurs when we decide that we want to change something for ourselves, yet getting to that realization or even working towards it can be difficult, but it is also more meaningful in the process. Areas of clinical interest: trauma, depression, anxiety, personality disorders, Gautham spends his free time consuming online content, playing with his cat, Korra and playing some video games.