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 Brandon Mitchell

Brandon Mitchell

Pronouns

He/Him

Titles

LSCW

Specialty

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Solution Focused Therapy, LGBTQIA+ specific care, Mindfulness, Anxiety, Depression, ADHD

US States Served

Serving: Arizona

Availability

Accepting New Clients

Bio

For Brandon, it’s all about being able to share and hold space with his brave clients who have made the efforts to make positive change in their lives. Having over three years of experience in various settings, Brandon uses a variety of therapeutic interventions while always being mindful of meeting individuals where they exist. He believes in supporting clients on their journey towards living a worthy life and believes in creating a non-judgemental space to allow clients to move from surviving to thriving. For anyone who is nervous to begin therapy, Brandon wants you to know that “you're in a safe space. You are always the driver of the therapy bus and your therapist is here to help you navigate.”

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Photo of Meaghan Cotter

Meaghan Cotter

Pronouns

She/Her

Titles

MSN, FNP-BC

Specialty

Specializes in anxiety and depression treatment + young adult wellness.

US States Served

Serving: California

Availability

Accepting New Clients

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.

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Photo of Michelle Chieme

Michelle Chieme

Pronouns

She/Her

Titles

PMHNP

Specialty

Anxiety, depression, adjustment disorder

US States Served

Serving: California

Availability

Accepting New Clients

Bio

Michelle began her career as a nurse in an oncology unit, where she noticed firsthand that while her patients were being treated for their physical illness, so many of them were also experiencing anxiety and depression: “I saw the importance of treating mind, body, and spirit.”

Michelle cares deeply about her patients — she sees herself and her patients as a team, getting through the issues at hand one step at a time. She’s passionate about destigmatizing mental health: “I wish more people knew that they are not alone with their symptoms, and that there’s hope.”

In her free time, Michelle enjoys playing with her three dogs.

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Photo of Jacalyn Wetzel

Jacalyn Wetzel

Pronouns

She/Her

Titles

MSW, LCSW

Specialty

Specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Short Term Solution Focused, Person Centered, Mindfulness

US States Served

Serving: California

Availability

Accepting New Clients

Bio

Jacalyn began working in the mental health field after going to school to become a teacher, where she discovered her passion for understanding why people do the things they do, rather than just what they do. She transitioned to working with young adults doing intensive in home services, and now focuses on adults experiencing depression and anxiety.

Jacalyn’s motivation comes from her genuine desire to help people navigate the world: “I care deeply about other people's well being and making the world a better place.” She finds joy in working with people as they navigate transitions in their life, be it parenthood, a new job, or a new relationship. “You are the expert in your life, and therapists are there to help you better understand and navigate your circumstances.”

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Photo of Nneka Jon-Ubabuco

Nneka Jon-Ubabuco

Pronouns

She/Her

Titles

DNP, APRN, PMHNP-BC

Specialty

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

US States Served

Serving: California

Availability

Accepting New Clients

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 Kristin Glaubke

Kristin Glaubke

Pronouns

She/Her

Titles

PMHNP-BC, FNP-BC

Specialty

Specializes in psychiatric mental health care.

US States Served

Serving: Arizona, California

Availability

Accepting New Clients

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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Photo of Elizabeth Stanley

Elizabeth Stanley

Pronouns

She/Her

Titles

DNP, PMHNP, BSN

Specialty

Specializes in mood disorders and crisis stabilization.

US States Served

Serving: California

Availability

Accepting New Clients

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.

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Photo of Greg Gregson

Greg Gregson

Pronouns

He/Him

Titles

LMFT

Specialty

Anxiety, depression, adjustment disorders, and communication

US States Served

Serving: California

Availability

Accepting New Clients

Bio

Greg’s experience spans across various mental health settings, including schools and outpatient facilities. He believes that starting therapy can be transformative, but doesn’t have to be complicated: “Imagine talking with a friend. It can be as simple as that.”

Greg sees himself as playing a role in helping his clients find their path. He centers his care around supporting each person as an individual, and gets great joy from seeing them move forward and grow.

In his free time, Greg enjoys working on his pilot’s license, spending time with his family, and caring for their furry little buddies.

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Photo of Emily Belford

Emily Belford

Pronouns

She/Her

Titles

LCSW

Specialty

Trauma-informed care, LGBTQIA+, seeking safety, addiction recovery

US States Served

Serving: California

Availability

Accepting New Clients

Bio

For Emily, having a background in clinical social work means understanding that each person is an individual and needs individual care: “I specialize in walking beside my client and helping them meet their goals, instead of trying to dictate what is wrong or what an individual should do or change.”

Having worked in substance abuse outpatient treatment for four years, Emily brings with her extensive experience with substance use as well as many common issues that are associated with addiction, such as codependency, trauma, and relational issues. She understands that trying therapy for the first time can be intimidating, and wants people to know that she can help you meet your goals in a way that makes you comfortable.

In her free time, Emily enjoys crafting, playing video games and watching anime, and spending time with her dogs.

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Photo of Alexa Levine

Alexa Levine

Pronouns

She/Her

Titles

MS, LMFT

Specialty

Specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing, Person Centered Therapy, depression, anxiety, postpartum depression, and postpartum anxiety

US States Served

Serving: California

Availability

Accepting New Clients

Bio

Alexa believes that mental health care is a vital piece of one's overall health. Specializing in depression, anxiety, postpartum depression, and postpartum anxiety, she’s seen firsthand the dramatic positive impact therapy can have on someone's life and the power of telling one’s story. “This motivates me to work with clients and assist them using empathy, compassion and support.”

For anyone who’s considering starting therapy, Alexa wants you to know that she’s excited for you to take this step and invest in yourself and improve your well being. “I truly believe everyone, regardless of circumstances, would benefit from mental health treatment. You don’t need to be in the midst of a crisis or major life transition in order to start or resume therapy! It’s a powerful way to reconnect with yourself, reflect, and increase motivation and insight.”

When she’s not working, Alexa enjoys spending time with her family, and dogs, listening to podcasts, reading, going on long walks and exploring new coffee shops and brunch spots.

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Photo of Meghann Pulda

Meghann Pulda

Pronouns

She/Her

Titles

LMFT

Specialty

Psychodynamic therapy, life transitions, anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, and family dynamics

US States Served

Serving: California

Availability

Accepting New Clients

Bio

Meghann’s interest in the mental health field stems from her long-standing passion for making connections with others and hearing people’s stories.

She believes that every person has a unique experience and inner strength, and she works to create a safe space with each individual to be seen and heard. Meghann wants everyone to know that: “It is just as important (if not more) as your physical health. Mind and body are connected. The fit/connection with your therapist is very important. It's okay if it's not a match, it happens sometimes! When you have the right fit, the work can be transformative.”

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Photo of Jarryd Lunger

Jarryd Lunger

Pronouns

He/Him

Titles

MSN, APRN, PMHNP-BC

Specialty

Specializes in mood and adjustment disorders.

US States Served

Serving: Colorado, Minnesota

Availability

Accepting New Clients

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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Photo of Jennifer Mitchell

Jennifer Mitchell

Pronouns

She/Her

Titles

LCSW, MSW

Specialty

Specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Trauma-Focused CBT, Person-Centered Therapy, Mindfulness, Anxiety, and Depression.

US States Served

Serving: California

Availability

Accepting New Clients

Bio

Jen didn’t start out in the mental health field, but after an entry level job at a group home for children opened her eyes to the opportunity to support vulnerable populations, she returned to school to get her Masters in Social Work, and has been passionately dedicated to this work for the past 13 years.

Jen’s motivated by our shared humanity: “We are all human, and we all experience the ups and downs of life, some more traumatic than others. But we all need help and support in our lives at some point. The sheer resilience of the human spirit is amazing, and if I can be of assistance in any way to help someone reach their full potential, then I consider myself lucky.” She wants people to know that there are lots of ways to support mental health that look to the whole person, including sleep, how we play, work life, and relationships. For anyone who’s nervous to start therapy, Jen acknowledges that taking the first step is truly an act of courage: “It is normal to feel anxiety about sharing intimate thoughts and feelings with a stranger. But I hope to grow our relationship and to prove that I am non-judgmental, deeply empathetic, and will work to make you feel seen, heard, and valued.”

In her free time, Jen enjoys hiking, swimming, and being in fresh air with friends and family.

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Photo of Linda Espinoza

Linda Espinoza

Pronouns

She/Her

Titles

LCSW

Specialty

CBT, EMDR, Mindfulness, Anxiety, Panic, Trauma, and Depression. Can provide therapy in Spanish/Terapia en Español disponible.

US States Served

Serving: California

Availability

Accepting New Clients

Bio

Linda’s connection to the mental health field comes from a deeply personal place — as a first generation female-Latinx born in the USA to Ecuadorian parents and the first person in her family to attend college, she grew up with many of the common challenges that female-Latinx folks face, especially regarding the taboo around mental health.

Linda has experience providing psychotherapy to a wide range of people across inpatient, outpatient, and shelter facilities. She’s motivated by seeing her patients make positive changes and have cathartic moments. To anyone who’s nervous to begin therapy, Linda wants you to know that “Seeking mental health treatment doesn’t mean you are broken or crazy, but rather that you are a powerful being that needs tools to live the best version of yourself.”

In her free time, Linda enjoys spending time with her two children, cheering on her son playing soccer, hiking, traveling, watching Netflix/Hulu, and getting a good laugh or good cry.

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Photo of Maya Carroll

Maya Carroll

Pronouns

She/Her

Titles

PMHNP

Specialty

Depression, anxiety

US States Served

Serving: California

Availability

Accepting New Clients

Bio

Maya is a Commissioned Officer with the United States Public Health Service, and has been working with active duty service members and their families for over 20 years. She cares deeply about her patients receiving the highest level of care possible, and takes an individualized approach to each person.

Maya wishes more people understood that mental health is a continuum, and anyone at any given time can develop a mental illness. She’s ready to work with you to start your journey to better mental health.

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Photo of Candice Hall

Candice Hall

Pronouns

She/Her

Titles

DNP, APRN, PMHNP-BC

Specialty

Depression, Anxiety, Mood Disorders, Trauma-focused Care

US States Served

Serving: Colorado, Minnesota

Availability

Accepting New Clients

Bio

Candice brings with her over 10 years of nursing experience, including time spent in the United States military, where she provided care to soldiers impacted by trauma.

Candice focuses on individuals holistically, looking at all aspects of their lives to provide the most efficient and highest quality care. She’s motivated by being a part of the movement to progress the mental health care field: “everyone has mental health and it is ok to go receive services. We are here for you, to listen to you, and provide the care you need.”

In her free time, Candice enjoys dining out with friends, listening to music, working out, and traveling.