Our therapists have an expansive amount of experience and training across various settings.  Each has his or her own style, and all are equally passionate about providing exceptional individualized therapy for each client. 

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therapists

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/// Josh Glass, MA, LMFT

Director of Greenhouse Therapy & Clinical Supervisor

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

MFC 53491

I view therapy as a shared endeavor with the child, family, couple or individual, firmly in the role of the expert. I am dedicated to helping each person discover and embrace their own importance and strength. I have had the pleasure of helping individuals, couples, groups, teenagers and children with a wide array of challenges and an even wider and more powerful array of strengths. I come from a background of applied behavior analysis with training and experience in play therapy, family therapy, and cognitive behavioral therapy paired with a deep respect for the human experience.

 

I have a passion for helping families with children with developmental disorders, children, teens and adults who have experienced trauma, and any marriage where the couple desperately want to stay together. I grew up in a Marine Corps family and am sensitive to the challenges of veterans and their families.

 

I believe that therapy is less of a business and more of a calling. While I am able to work with some insurance companies, I believe therapy should be affordable to any who want it.

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/// Erin Miguelgorry, MA, LMFT

Assistant Director of Greenhouse Therapy & Clinical Supervisor 

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

MFC 53224 

"Joy is a return to the deep harmony of body, mind, and spirit that was yours at birth and can be yours again. That openness to love, capacity for wholeness with the world around you, is still within you.” — Deepak Chopra

I am trained in traditional psychological models including psychodynamic, humanistic, cognitive, and behavioral therapy. I utilize several techniques to meet the unique needs of each client. My background also incorporates an integrative approach that views mind, body and spirit as integral parts of the human experience. I've worked in a private practice setting with adults, couples and families for 10 years. 

Through counseling, you gain insight into knowing yourself more fully. You hold the key to personal growth and development. Therapy helps facilitate your process of understanding and assist in unlocking the path to your authentic self. Creating change can be frightening but working together, we can explore places too difficult for you to experience alone. Transformation can occur through an authentic relationship in session supported by empathy, warmth and understanding. Within this nonjudgmental setting, we can recognize patterns that are no longer helpful and choose to live a healthier life.

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/// Bethany Malenab, MA, LMFT

Clinical Supervisor 

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

MFC 88209

“To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived; This is to have succeeded.”

This has long been my favorite quote and my goal as a therapist and supervisor is to help others learn how to succeed themselves and live their healthiest lives. For years I worked as a service coordinator in the Children’s Unit at ACRC before returning to school to earn my Masters in Clinical Psychology. Since then, I have worked in various settings, including schools, adult programs, a clinic that focused on CPS involved families and foster youth, telehealth, and private practice. I bring all of these experiences to my work and use an eclectic approach with each individual that I meet through Greenhouse.

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/// Jessie Ott, MA, LMFT 

Clinical Supervisor & Direct Service Therapist

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

MCF 112442

“A smooth sea never made a skillful sailor.” — Franklin D. Roosevelt

 

The sea of life is always changing, making it necessary for us to learn new skills to navigate it. I believe we can all benefit from learning flexibility and building a deeper understanding of ourselves and those around us.

Providing a safe and non-judgmental space for my clients while they explore their changing lives is my main goal. Being true to oneself, and living an authentic life are keys to healthy living in an ever changing world. Developing effective communication and coping skills are essential for everyone as they travel through the seas of life.

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/// Ciara Wilcox, MA, LMFT

Clinical Supervisor 

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

MFC 113121

"We go back… and back… and back… through layers of fear, shame, rage, hurt, and negative incantations until we discover the exuberant, unencumbered, delightful, and loveable child that was, and still is, in us." — Melody Beattie 

 

I believe that counseling involves a special kind of interpersonal relationship that has the ability to activate, strengthen, and focus the natural healing abilities of the human mind. I believe in an efficient and sustainable approach to positive change, which provides insight, direction, and relief. I firmly believe that all which lies within your heart of hearts can manifest easily into your life, and I am committed to supporting you through this. 

I have a passion for guiding individuals, couples, and children through their journeys to achieve happier, healthier, more fulfilling lives, and create lifelong change. I have previously worked as an elementary school teacher. I enjoyed working with children in the school setting, however I always felt confined to that role of teaching children only what they were sent to school to learn. I found myself struggling with this role, not being able to connect with each child on the level that they needed, and further help them in other areas of their lives. Now I am able to just that! 

 

Whether you are suffering from anxiety, managing transitions and life changes, relationship issues, finding your purpose, mental illness, or you simply want to be a better person, I will help you achieve your goals and work with you for lasting positive outcomes. The relationship between therapist and client is a very important aspect of counseling, and it is within this relationship that healing and change can take place. 

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/// Alicia Pharis, MA, LMFT

Clinical Supervisor

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

MFC 107299

I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. For seven years I have worked in the homes of children and individuals with developmental delays, along with their families, targeting maladaptive behaviors. Throughout this process, I have gained experience and education in behavioral issues with children, marriage difficulties with couples, and family system issues.​Throughout my therapy career, I have worked with individuals on finding their voice, individuals experiencing depression, anxiety, change of life adjustments, suicidal ideation, and trauma. I enjoy using CBT interventions and am trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). I have also discovered my love of supporting new moms bringing their babies home, as well as supporting couples during this beautiful and stressful time in their lives.​ 

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/// Ashley Hunsaker-Grimes, MA, LMFT

Supervisor & Direct Service Therapist

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

MFC 112948

“The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are.” — Joseph Campbell

 

Hello, my name is Ashley. I found inspiration to become a therapist because I have been personally touched by mental health struggles. I know how important mental health is to the totality of human health. To be able to help clients discover bits of themselves is something that I greatly cherish within my work. Being let in to an individual’s inner world, and being a part of their journey of self-growth gives me great joy. I strive to create and cultivate a safe therapeutic relationship with all of the people I get the pleasure to work with.

I am passionate in working with anxiety, and have specialized experience in postpartum anxiety, depression, and OCD. I am an avid reader and enjoy learning and incorporating the latest psychological modalities into my therapy practices. I use an eclectic approach in treating individuals with a highly individualized therapeutic approach.  I enjoy working with children, adolescents, and adults.

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/// Danielle Albright, MA, LMFT

Supervisor & Direct Service Therapist

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist 

MFC 121031

 

“I want you to get excited about who you are, what you are, what you have, and what can still be for you. I want to inspire you to see that you can go far beyond where you are right now” — Virginia Satir

Welcome, my name is Danielle Albright, Marriage and Family Therapist Registered Intern and Professional Clinical Counselor Registered Intern, supervised by Josh Glass, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. I am passionate about supporting people as they navigate life’s challenges and bravely step into the flow of personal and relational growth, healing, and resilience. I believe that therapy is a chance to explore creativity, self-development, and relationships in a supportive, judgment free, productive, experiential environment. I utilize a collaborative experiential and cognitive approach, that is engaging, transformative, and focuses on strengths. I work with children, individuals, and couples to create a more peaceful, fulfilling, empowered, and joyous life experience.

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/// Nick Farrell, MA, AMFT

Supervisor & Direct Service Therapist

Associate Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

AMFT 112892

 “When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves.” — Viktor Frankl

I believe that therapy is a shared, collaborative experience with the child, family, couple or individual. I believe that through collaboration with individuals, their family, and their community, any goal can be achieved. I enjoy learning about my clients and helping them through their challenges and reach their goals. 

I have been trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Client Centered Therapy, and have extensive experience with Applied Behavior Analysis.  I have worked with a wide range of clients, including children and adolescents on the Autism Spectrum. 

I enjoy working with children and adolescents with developmental disabilities, and their families. I also enjoy working with adults and couples who are suffering from a wide range of challenges.  I will work toy provide a safe, empathetic, and collaborative environment for all of my clients.   

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/// Kayla Ursa, MFTT

Direct Service Therapist

Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee

Supervised by Josh Glass, LMFT 53491

Compassion, belonging, trust, humor, liberation, resilience… These are core values that I bring to the therapeutic space. I deeply respect the human experience and believe that all people are born with the innate capacity for healing. Hopelessness, confusion, and fear are human experiences that need not be encountered alone. The best part of my work is witnessing clients find an authentic expression of self through which they can face challenges and be present for the joys of life.

 

As a therapist trainee, I enjoy working with neurodivergent individuals and those in the LGBTQ+ community. Previously, I worked in the field of educational therapy where I helped children access the world of learning while honoring their needs, strengths, and learning styles. While completing my Bachelors degree in Women’s Studies, I organized events to raise awareness of domestic violence, sexual assault, and identity-based violence & inequities.

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/// Katrina LeSage, MFTT

Direct Service Therapist

Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee

Supervised by Josh Glass, LMFT 53491

“As human beings our job in life is to help people realize how rare and valuable each one of us really is, that each of us has something that no one else has – or ever will have – something inside that is unique to all time.  It’s our job to encourage each other to discover that uniqueness and to provide ways of developing its expression.” — Fred Rogers

 

Hi, I am Katrina LeSage, Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee, supervised by Josh Glass, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist.  I have experience working with children and their families in the educational setting.  I have had the pleasure to help children with emotion regulation, impulse control, resilience, and building social skills. In addition, I have helped families navigate through life transitions, parenting techniques, and relationship building.  This has helped develop my passion to work with children, parents, and families in a more in-depth setting, where I can help them navigate their thoughts, feelings, and emotions that arise through our life events.  

 

I see therapy as an opportunity to come together collaboratively as a team to help work toward a successful and productive life by setting reasonable and attainable goals.  I believe each individual is unique in the way they handle and process life and should be approached as such.  For this reason, I believe in using an eclectic approach to therapy which focuses on the needs of the individual, including the use of cognitive, emotive, motivational, narrative, and strength-based approaches.  Above all I believe in the power of empathy, genuineness, respect, and love. 

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/// Kiley Thompson, MFTT

Direct Service Therapist

Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee

Supervised by Josh Glass, LMFT 53491

“Pain and purpose are two sides of the same thing. A person struggling with depression is very likely a person yearning to feel fully. A socially anxious person is very likely a person yearning to connect with others. You hurt where you care, and you care where you hurt.” — Steven Hayes

 

My work revolves around one's strengths. Every client has strengths although it may seem difficult to identify them at times. Being strength based helps to increase self-motivation for each client. Much of my therapy includes helping to challenge various thought distortions and beliefs. Many times life can take us on an unexpected path and we need support to get back to where we want to be. This can be done in a variety of ways which is why I take a multidimensional approach to treatment. With over 10 years in the mental health field, I am a trauma focused, strengths based therapist. I use a variety of treatment modalities. My belief is that no two clients are equal, meaning that it's critical to have knowledge of multiple approaches to best work with each client's individual needs. I firmly believe in building a strong relationship with each client by offering a safe, comfortable environment, and going at your pace. I want you to feel heard, understand that you matter, and that your struggles and concerns are valid. If you feel as though we would be a good fit, please feel free to reach out for a free phone consultation.

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/// Michele Elliston, AMFT

Direct Service Therapist

Associate Marriage and Family Therapist 

Supervised by Josh Glass, LMFT 53491

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"I've learned that people may forget what you said or did, but people will never forget how you made them feel."  — Maya Angelou

 

I work with individuals of any age, families, and children, with or without disabilities. I especially enjoy working with adolescents, individuals suffering with anxiety, and people on the spectrum. 

 

Sometimes, life knocks us down. Without judgement, I will provide you with an empathetic and safe space, to address what is on your mind. I am keenly interested in customizing for you, one of the tested and evidence-based methods, to explore your strengths, and your path back to joy. I can help guide you to find the courage to stretch and grow at your own pace. Together, we will find your potential and balance, so that you can fully immerse yourself into the stream of life.

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/// Taylor Baldwin, MFTT

Direct Service Therapist

Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee

Supervised by Josh Glass, LMFT 53491

“What I am is good enough if I would only be it openly.” — Carl R. Rogers

 

Hello, I’m Taylor! I have always felt drawn toward understanding what it means to be human. I am a meditation/yoga enthusiast. I aspired to become a therapist because I believe the work of cultivating mental wellbeing can significantly reduce suffering. My therapeutic work is rooted in guiding clients to realize their own potential. My goal is to develop a relationship with my clients that they can use to facilitate growth and change. Through meeting you where you are and helping you relate to parts of yourself that have long felt inaccessible, we can move towards you living your life the way you want to. 

 

I am passionate about working with young adults dealing with life transitions, neurodevelopmental, anxiety, depressive, and bipolar disorders. I strive to provide therapy with the utmost empathy, conscientiousness, self-awareness, and cultural humility. I use an integrative approach, drawing from a variety of modalities including cognitive behavioral, acceptance and commitment, person-centered, and existential therapies.

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/// Chelsea Crowe, MFTT

Direct Service Therapist

Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee

Supervised by Josh Glass, LMFT 53491

Bio coming soon!

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/// Gerardo Diaz, MFTT

Direct Service Therapist

Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee

Supervised by Josh Glass, LMFT 53491

I view therapy as a safe place where the client could bring their stories, their strengths, their vulnerabilities and their resiliency. I view it as a relationship and a collaboration between the client and the therapist. I always feel humbled when clients share their stories with me, and I view it as a privilege to get the opportunity to support them.

 

I have had the opportunity in working with neurodivergent individuals in the clinic, home and school setting. This experience has helped me develop a passion for helping individuals and their families in exploring their emotions, thoughts and experiences.

 

I believe that each individual that I support is their own person and believe in integration of therapeutic approaches and interventions depending on the client. I aspire to bring empathy and a non-judgmental space in the therapeutic space where clients can be their authentic selves.

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/// Carissa Meagher, MFTT

Direct Service Therapist

Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee

Supervised by Josh Glass, LMFT 53491

Bio coming soon!

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/// Hannah Reyes, MFTT

Direct Service Therapist

Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee

Supervised by Josh Glass, LMFT 53491

I view therapy as a safe place where the client could bring their stories, their strengths, their vulnerabilities and their resiliency. I view it as a relationship and a collaboration between the client and the therapist. I always feel humbled when clients share their stories with me, and I view it as a privilege to get the opportunity to support them.

 

I have had the opportunity in working with neurodivergent individuals in the clinic, home and school setting. This experience has helped me develop a passion for helping individuals and their families in exploring their emotions, thoughts and experiences.

 

I believe that each individual that I support is their own person and believe in integration of therapeutic approaches and interventions depending on the client. I aspire to bring empathy and a non-judgmental space in the therapeutic space where clients can be their authentic selves.

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/// Kathryn Tedford, MFTT

Direct Service Therapist

Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee

Supervised by Josh Glass, LMFT 53491

As we move through life, we are faced with situations and events that are unique to each of us.  Sometimes these experiences can be challenging, confusing and even painful.  By working collaboratively and allowing you to be the expert on your own life, I offer a safe and supportive place for you to be genuinely heard as we work together towards healing.  

 

Being knowledgeable in multiple therapeutic modalities, we can find the approach that will best help you unlock your strengths, develop resilience and guide the growth that you are seeking.  

 

I am passionate about offering a warm, honest and empathic experience for families, couples and individuals of all ages.  Whether you are ready to get started now or are feeling hesitant about the therapy process, I would be happy to provide a phone consultation, free of charge or obligation, to help in the first step of your healing journey. 

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