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Meet Our Therapists

kristen Dammer, LCSW

therapist/Clinical Social Worker

I specialize in working with women who have experienced birth trauma, miscarriage/fetal loss, and perinatal mood disorders.  So many of us suffer these challenges in silence, not knowing how traumatic these tragedies are for women.  My hope is to help you process, grieve, understand and eventually find a bit of acceptance, free from the guilt that unsettles so many women and mothers. Because of my own life experiences in these areas, I constantly work at creating an atmosphere for you of safety and light.

Theoretical Approach to therapy and Change:

Focusing on the body, mind and spirit connection, we will explore paths to help fill any of those empty voids in your soul, with the light that is already within you.  All of your needs and wants as a person are an important part of your counseling journey, and I make sure to address you as an entire person. I am trained in Eye Movement and Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), and I use this to help you process your trauma. I also tend to be strengths-based, and I use motivational interviewing and cognitive behavioral therapy as needed. My grief training and experience will help you process your grief. I vary my approach based on what you need at any specific time during our sessions.

jennifer kubilus, lpc

therapist

My goal is to create a safe space where you can feel comfortable exploring your thoughts, feelings and life situations. I will help you identify and understand emotional and behavioral patterns that may not be working, and then guide you to develop new avenues for thriving in relationships with yourself and others. With compassion and sincerity, I work with each individual to help you build on your strengths, learn new skills, and attain the growth and change your are committed to accomplishing.

theoretical approach to therapy and change:

I draw from a variety of approaches to therapy that are custom to your needs and life experiences. I use a person-centered approach that is strengths-based with everyone, and I add in cognitive behavioral therapy and acceptance and commitment approaches as indicated. You are a unique individual and deserve an approach that is tailored to you, and I can provide you with this.

Christina Titcomb, LCSW

therapist and clinical social worker

Whatever your reason for seeking therapy, my mission is to help you achieve balance and fulfillment in your life. I pledge to provide a warm and supportive space for you to attain goals, facilitate growth, and learn new skills. As someone with an unbiased perspective on your life, I can help you understand yourself better by bringing fresh eyes to your situation. Through our therapeutic relationship I can help you work through uncomfortable feelings, emotions, and experiences in a safe place. With empathy and compassion, I can help you find relief you didn’t know you needed.

theoretical approach to therapy and change:

What is important to me in our work together is that you are empowered in the treatment planning process from day one. With my guidance and your experience, together we will come up with a plan that best works for you to address the concerns you have. You are the one doing the work and I am the one coming along beside you to facilitate progress, so it only makes sense for you to have a say in what we do. I am trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), which is a trauma treatment for use in processing past trauma or traumatic events. I use person-centered and other trauma-informed approaches, as well as using strengths-based, culturally sensitive, family systems, mindfulness, and cognitive behavioral therapy as needed.

Dylan Mackie-hernandez, lpc

therapist

We all experience obstacles, both big and small, that separate us from living our most meaningful lives. I believe that therapy can help you move past your uncomfortable thoughts and feelings, and break free of patterns that have become an impediment to your happiness. I strive to create a comfortable yet productive space where you can share both your successes and challenges without judgement. Together, we can develop insight into bolstering your existing strengths and collaborate towards practical solutions to implement in your day-to-day life so that you can reach your highest potential.

theoretical approach to therapy and change:

Each individual seeking therapy comes through the door with unique perspectives, experiences, and knowledge. I believe that change is most sustainable when treatment is tailored to maximize your confidence and autonomy both in and out of therapy sessions. I utilize an eclectic combination of therapeutic approaches in order to draw upon your internal resources, address symptoms and heal psychological injury.  Additionally, I employ a holistic approach that examines the ways in which thoughts, feelings, behaviors, and relationships all integrate together to shape your distinct reality.

Shannon Heers, LPC, CACIII

owner and therapist

I believe that people come to counseling in order to change something; to change themselves, their behavior, or their perceptions of situations, and most importantly, to feel better. Change takes mindful thought, practice, and, at times, guided direction. I emphatically believe that you can feel better or make the change you want to in your life, and I've helped many people do this. 

Theoretical Approach to therapy and Change:

Change requires commitment and hard work, and that is why therapy is so hard. I believe it's not a sprint to heal, but more similar to running a marathon to make lasting, effective change. It is not easy to replace habits or thinking processes that you have honed over many years or even perhaps your lifetime to date. I try to find out what you want to change or how you want to feel better, and work with you as a partner to make this happen in a safe and supportive environment.