Kristen Burton, LMFT, LPCC, LEP

Kristen Burton, LMFT, LPCC, LEP

  What was your path to becoming a therapist? I’ve always had an interest in psychology and human relationships, which is what initially led me to study psychology at University. Once there, the more I learned about the field, the more confident I became that I wanted to work in mental health. I am now […]

Jennifer Kim, LMFT

Jennifer Kim, LMFT

  What would your clients and colleagues say is your therapist superpower?  I have two really awesome superpowers: I have a fantastic memory for very random details – clients are often amazed that I remember the name of that one guy that they briefly mentioned two years ago. It’s even more impressive because I’m never […]

Jennifer Reza, LMFT

Jennifer Reza, LMFT

  Is there an example from your daily life where you practice what you preach? I’m a big believer in the importance of meditation and self-care. It’s something that I often talk with my clients about, and I speak truly from my own experience. After having neglected myself in so many ways for many years […]

Shanda Smith, PhD, LMFT

Shanda Smith, PhD, LMFT

  With more than 20 years of experience in the field of psychology, we’d like to introduce the published author and spirit-filled, Dr. Shanda Smith. Driven by her purpose to help women discover their true love from within—gaining the spiritual, mental, and emotional wellness needed to live a healthy life—Dr. Smith combines her practical, clinical, […]

Robyn Tamanaha, LMFT

Robyn Tamanaha, LMFT

  Can you tell us a bit about your path to becoming a therapist? What inspired you to choose this profession? My path toward becoming a therapist was a bit unconventional, especially through the lens of my cultural background. As a Japanese-American, one side of my family operates within a very traditional, conservative Japanese mindset […]

Sara Cameron, LMFT

Sara Cameron, LMFT

  Sara is a psychology/relationship nerd. Her passion for these areas inspired her to pursue a career as a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who works with individuals and couples (at every stage of coupledom). With a decade of experience in the fields of mental health and personal development in a wide range of settings, […]

Cryssa Andersen, LMFT

Cryssa Andersen, LMFT

  What does a typical session with you look like? A typical session with me is very active, in that I don’t just sit and listen and ask you how you feel. I challenge my clients a lot and I make sure to listen for inconsistencies in their responses or the little throwaway statements they […]