Expert care, every step of the way.

Meet our incredible clinical care team, here to address your needs.

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Clinician on a video call with other people around it in round bubbles

Expert care, every step of the way.

Meet our incredible clinical care team, here to address your needs.

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Photo of Rocio Montelongo

Rocio Montelongo

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She/Her

Titles

LPC

Specialty

Specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), solution-focused therapy, and trauma-focused therapy.

Bio

Rocio began her career working in various community and school-based organizations, where she saw the need for access to mental health care firsthand. She was inspired to help people in these communities by becoming a mental health care provider herself, and now specializes in helping people of all backgrounds, especially those experiencing emotional trauma and attachment issues.

"I care deeply about making individuals feel safe and creating a comfortable space to share. I wish more people knew that it's important to seek help when struggling with mental health issues." Rocio wants people to know that while it can be nerve-wracking to begin therapy, starting a new journey that benefits your mental health is worth taking a chance for.

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Dian Merrill

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She/Her

Titles

MA, MFT

Specialty

Specializes in Psychodynamic Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and mindfulness methods.

Bio

Dian’s journey to the mental health care field is personal: after struggling with intermittent depression in her own life, she sought the help of therapists and medication. “I was so appreciative of what my therapists gave me - their caring, understanding, coping tools, etc., that I wanted to do this work as well, and pass along to others what I had been given.” Now, she works to support people experiencing anxiety and depression as well as issues around self-esteem, shame, insecurity, and partner issues.

With experience serving people of diverse backgrounds at multiple behavioral health agencies, Dian continually feels honored when clients share their innermost thoughts and fears seek support. She’s motivated by the belief that humans have the ability to change, grow, and live with purpose, and she takes an integrative approach with each client to help them realize their potential.

Dian wants people to know that there’s no shame in getting help with mental health, and reaching out for help is a sign of strength. “Usually, it’s one of the best decisions we can make to make our relationship, ourselves, our lives better.”

In her free time, Dian enjoys reading, quiet dinners with friends, and playing with her cat.

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Photo of Rachel Robison

Rachel Robison

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She/Her

Titles

LMFT

Specialty

Specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), mindfulness, strength-based therapy, and trauma-focused therapy.

Bio

Rachel has worked in various settings within the mental health field and brings with her over 12 years of experience.

She uses insight and depth-oriented work to improve understanding and communication, reduce distressing symptoms, and promote healing with anxiety, depression, stress, grief, negative thought patterns, and self-doubt. She specializes in helping people through life transitions to find a deeper meaning and peace, including death and other life-changing events. She works with you towards a goal of not just reducing the negative but increasing the positive and creating deep transformation. She will walk with you every step of your path and have complete faith in your ability to succeed, heal, and thrive.

Michelle White

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She/Her

Titles

LPC

Specialty

Specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).

Bio

Michelle brings with her a wide range of experience in various clinical and residential settings, and cares deeply about the populations she serves. She seeks to collaborate with each client as an individual to find the best solution that works for them on the path to feeling better.

Michelle wants her clients to know that she’s there for them: “I wish people knew that mental health issues don't make you weak. Your feelings are valid and I want to support you.”

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Meaghan Cotter

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She/Her

Titles

MSN, FNP-BC

Specialty

Specializes in anxiety and depression treatment + young adult wellness.

Bio

For Meaghan, it all comes down to people and the beauty of their lives and their stories. “Anxiety and depression are very real things and I am motivated to help people live their best stories through active listening, working as a partner in care, and medication management when needed.”

Meaghan began her career working as a nurse in a hospital setting, where she grew to love supporting the patient experience and helping people navigate complex life situations. After experiencing her own personal loss, she learned that everyone experiences struggle and sometimes needs support from others to get through it.

Meaghan wants people to know that mental health struggles are more common than we think, and that you’re not alone if you’re experiencing difficulties with your mental health. “Sometimes the problem in front of us can look really big. I always encourage people to break it down into small steps. If you climb one small ring up a ladder at a time, you will eventually make it to the top. It’s much more daunting to think you have to jump from the ground all the way up.”

Meaghan loves spending her free time going on runs or on long walks with her family.

Marie-Anne Abenroth

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She/Her

Titles

LPC

Specialty

Specializes in Trauma-Informed Therapy, Choice Theory, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), SFT, and Motivational Interviewing.

Bio

Marie-Anne's passion for helping others goes back to childhood, where her strong sense of justice and advocating for others initially developed. With more than 10 years working in the mental health care field, Marie-Anne brings diverse experience to her therapy practice, from inpatient and outpatient facilities to juvenile centers and a private practice in a rural area.

Marie-Anne cares deeply about supporting her clients as they overcome their barriers and reach their full potential. She wants people to know that we all need support at some point in our life, and reaching out for support from a mental health counselor is a sign of strength, not weakness.

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Ariela Laibson

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She/Her

Titles

LCSW, PPS, MSW

Specialty

Specializes in supporting people experiencing anxiety and depression as well as those diagnosed with ASD.

Bio

Ariela’s passion for the mental health care field has deep roots: “I come from a family of social workers and mental health professionals, and always found great fulfillment in working with others to tackle their problems and challenges.” With a strong sense for social justice, she began her career working in the child welfare system, supporting children and families through fostering and adoption. Now, she continues to work as a school social worker while also seeing clients privately.

Ariela’s deeply motivated by helping people achieve their personal goals and improving their overall mental health functioning, and brings this client-centered approach to her therapy. “I wish that more people understood that there is nothing wrong with asking for help, and that being emotionally vulnerable and striving to improve yourself is an incredibly brave step to take.”

In her free time, Ariela enjoys spending time with family, friends, and her dog.

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Paul Remmele

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He/Him

Titles

LMFT

Specialty

Specializes in Attachment Therapy, Psychodynamic Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Narrative Therapy, and Solution-Based Therapy.

Bio

For Paul, the decision to work in the mental health field came after experiencing the life-changing benefits of psychotherapy in his own personal life. Previously a social worker, carpenter, and engineer, Paul's wide range of experiences and interactions enables him to connect with everyone in a unique and individualized way and support them on their journey towards better self-understanding. "I'm motivated by helping people feel and love more deeply."

Human understanding, kindness, and love sits at the core of Paul's work. He believes that working on our mental health not only helps us function better, but also helps us feel more fully human. He applauds those who take that first step in seeking therapy and looks forward to providing them with a safe, non-judgemental space where they can process their feelings and issues.

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Photo of Edith Guillen-Nunez

Edith Guillen-Nunez

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She/Her

Titles

LMFT

Specialty

Specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness-Based Interventions, and Motivational Interviewing (MI).

Bio

Edith's inspiration for her work comes from the stories of her clients' strength and resilience through life's challenges. As a bilingual (English/Spanish) therapist, she's worked with culturally diverse people of all ages and walks of life. She's motivated by people’s ability to recover and live their lives with purpose while working through things like grief, life transitions, and examining their identity.

Edith takes a collaborative approach to her therapy, with the goal of helping people rediscover their gifts. She wants people to know that needing support for your mental health is common, and that you're not alone. "It's okay to be nervous. I will meet you where you are at so that you understand every step of the process. Reaching out for help shows strength, courage, and self-love."

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Photo of Nneka Jon-Ubabuco

Nneka Jon-Ubabuco

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She/Her

Titles

DNP, APRN, PMHNP-BC

Specialty

Specializes in treating depression and anxiety using a person-centered, holistic approach.

Bio

Nneka’s interest in the mental health field started early in life as she saw her close family members and friends struggle with mental health. She knew she wanted to make a difference in people’s lives and decrease the stigma around mental health, especially for those in the African-American community.

Having worked in private practice as well as in inpatient facilities seeing patients of all ages, Nneka believes in the power of educating her patients so that they can make informed decisions about their treatment.

Nneka knows that taking care of your mental health can be scary, but she aims to make it feel as easy as possible. “I wish more people knew that they have resources and options when it comes to mental health care. Seeking out services does not have to be the last resort when everything else you have tried has failed.”

In her free time, Nneka enjoys picking up new hobbies and is looking forward to seeing friends and family when it’s safe to do so.

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Photo of Greg Konick

Greg Konick

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He/Him

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LMFT

Specialty

Specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).

Bio

Greg has worked in the mental health care and social services fields for nearly thirty years, from counseling in group homes and foster care to intensive community mental health outpatient services. Throughout this time, he’s been deeply motivated by seeing his clients find the ability to make changes in their own lives.

Greg’s mission is to continue to break down the stigma of seeking mental health care, and he’s excited by the positive changes he’s seen recently as more and more people begin to look after their mental health. He wishes that even more people knew that it’s okay to meet with a therapist, and that it doesn’t mean that you are “defective.”

“When people are willing to engage in mental health services, it’s a sign of strength. I am here to listen and not judge them but also to support and guide them in their mental health journey.”

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Kristin Glaubke

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She/Her

Titles

PMHNP-BC, FNP-BC

Specialty

Specializes in psychiatric mental health care.

Bio

Kristin came to work in the mental health care field with a mission in mind. “During my time working as a Family Nurse Practitioner, I saw many clients who would have benefited greatly from mental health care, but due to insurance, finances, and geographical limitations, were unable to do so. I became a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner to help make mental health care more accessible to clients.”

Kristin’s work is motivated by change and the power of human connection. She wants people to know that mental health care is for everyone, and just as people visit their primary care providers for a sore throat, they can also see people like Kristin for anxiety or depression. “These are real issues that deserve real, specialized care.”

Kristin enjoys baking and hiking with her dog in her free time.

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Elizabeth Stanley

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She/Her

Titles

DNP, PMHNP, BSN

Specialty

Specializes in mood disorders and crisis stabilization.

Bio

For Liz, the journey to working in the mental health field is personal. “When I was growing up, I had an aunt who was in and out of psychiatric hospitals due to depression. I used to love going to visit her and the other patients at the hospitals, and my interest in connecting with people in the mental health field developed at a very young age because of this.”

With 15 years in the field, Liz brings experience from working in inpatient units, addiction units, and crisis stabilization sites including psychiatric emergency rooms and psychiatric urgent care centers. She’s passionate about body positivity in the mental health space and believes that mental health care should not be stigmatized. “Extra support and human connection is helpful for almost everyone. It doesn’t hurt to reach out to connect to see if there are ways that we can maximize your living experience.”

In her free time, Liz enjoys hiking with her husband and dog, baking, and listening to podcasts.

Debra van de Taeye

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She/Her

Titles

LPC

Specialty

Specializes in Person-Centered, Holistic Therapy; Mindfulness; Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).

Bio

Debra's motivation comes from witnessing her clients' resilience. Having volunteered at a mental health center early in her career, she completed a Masters in Counseling and has experience working with victims of sexual assault, grief counseling, and sex abuse treatment.

Debra believes that there's great power in connecting with others, and wants people to know that taking the first step to seeking help with your mental health is a major accomplishment in and of itself, and that you should feel empowered to go at your own pace: "Take it as slow as you like; normalize the experience."

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Abigail Wolf

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She/Her

Titles

PMHNP

Specialty

Specializes in treating depression and anxiety, transitional age youth (18-25 years), perinatal mood and anxiety disorders.

Bio

Abby’s passion for working in the mental health field is rooted in her belief that mental health care is for all. She works to eliminate the barriers to mental health. She became a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner as a way to provide care and combat issues around social justice, health equity, and mental health stigma.

She’s motivated by the progress that she’s seen in the mental health field, with its increasing emphasis on whole-person, trauma-informed, collaborative care. She brings a learner’s mindset, gratitude, and kindness to her practice with her patients, and wants them to feel confident in their ability to make the best decisions for themselves and their mental health.

Abigail wants her patients to know that prioritizing their mental health care is an important part of overall wellness. “Feel confident in your ability to make the best decisions for yourself and remember there is no shame in seeking mental health support. It is actually a sign of strength.”

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Photo of Julie Seden-Hansen

Julie Seden-Hansen

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She/Her

Titles

LMFT

Specialty

Specializes in treating people experiencing anxiety, depression, relationship issues, and trauma.

Bio

Julie believes in the power of humans to heal through connecting with others. She has an appreciation for the uniqueness that each patient brings, and uses an eclectic and individualistic approach to treating each person.

Having worked in the mental health field for over 15 years, Julie has seen firsthand how people can change for the better once they begin their own mental health care journey.

She focuses on working with each person to achieve the results they’re looking for as soon as possible, and believes that feeling better is always achievable. “If someone is nervous to try therapy, I’d encourage them to try it! Opening up to someone else can be hard, but why not make it as fun and enjoyable as possible.”

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Gassia Ekzian

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She/Her

Titles

LMFT

Specialty

Specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).

Bio

Gassia began her career in the mental health field 25 years ago, and has since worked in a variety of settings with people of all ages.

She knows firsthand that starting your mental health care journey can be challenging, but wants you to know that your feelings are normal, and that taking care of your needs can create a difference in your life. "I wish more people understood the value of a healthy mind and healthy, functional relationships."

Gassia is motivated by making an impact on people's lives and improving the quality of their relationships with themselves and with others.

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Photo of Jarryd Lunger

Jarryd Lunger

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He/Him

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MSN, APRN, PMHNP-BC

Specialty

Specializes in mood and adjustment disorders.

Bio

Jarryd’s commitment to his career in his field came early on, when he worked at a nursing home after high school. He loved working with the elderly population and supporting those experiencing dementia and memory disorders with basic, everyday care. From this experience, Jarryd pursued a career as a nurse, specializing in the field of mental health and psychiatry.

Jarryd envisions a world where mental health care is treated like primary physical care. He believes in meeting people where they are in their journey with no expectations other than mutual teamwork. “If you have enough awareness to ponder, ‘should I get care?’ please, take that first step and meet me on the other side of the doorway. That's half the struggle.”

In his free time, Jarryd enjoys spending time with his fur kids (2 dogs and 1 cat!), CrossFit, and trying new recipes in his Instant Pot.

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Stacy Nation

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She/Her

Titles

LCSW

Specialty

Specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), NMT, EMDR, solution-focused therapy, client-centered therapy, trauma, adoption, attachment, depression, and anxiety.

Bio

For Stacy, working in the mental health field means getting to do the thing she loves every day. From a young age, she's been the go-to person that people turn to for support. She loves helping people add value to their lives through therapy and equipping them with the skills and tools they need to feel better.

Stacy's broad experience working in various settings and across various therapeutic modalities has allowed her to see the benefits of therapy to a wide range of people from all walks of life. She takes a human-centric approach and cares deeply about each individual's life experience.

While taking that first step towards therapy can be scary, Stacy wants everyone to know that looking after your mental health is equally as important as looking after your physical health. "Once you get to the first appointment, you'll see the benefit of having someone who is your ally and is there to completely support your own personal journey."