"Good architecture is like a good therapy session, a good marriage, a good poem - gently and almost invisibly allowing you to be you, as flawed and as beautiful as you are." -- Robert Sullivan
Therapy is about you finding the ability to be the desired ideal of yourself. My place is to work together with you as an assistant in finding the tools and possibilities.
I have advanced training in Mindfulness from the Center for Mind and Body Medicine; completed the Level 1 & 2 training of Gottman Method Couples Therapy; trained in ACT and trained in EMDR for working with trauma and other issues keeping you from being you. I am a member of the Association for Contextual Behavioral Science, (ACBS) https://contextualscience.org and a Verified Member of The Gottman Relationship Checkup https://checkup.gottman.com/couple/faq
In my past, I have been a Marine, a contractor and a pastor. I have 4 adult children and grandchildren. These things affect how I see and interact with the world and provides a unique platform from which to work with clients. Contact me to begin the process of change.
I provide psychotherapy services for individuals, couples, and families to address issues related to marriage, relationships with others, parenting, depression, anxiety, life transitions, grief/loss, isolation, stress, and personal/spiritual growth. Taking a collaborative goal-oriented approach, I walk alongside each individual, couple and family in the process of finding healing from the past, peace in the present, and hope for the future.
I received my Master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Friends University. I'm certified in Play Therapy and utilize play therapy techniques to effectively work with children and families. I'm also trained in Prepare Enrich premarital assessments, and have completed Level 1 and Level 2 training of Gottman Method Couples Therapy.
As a wife, mother, and professional I know that relationships can be both rewarding and challenging, and that sometimes it takes an outside perspective to help navigate life. Using a blend of therapeutic approaches tailored to your specific needs, our work together will support, promote and encourage your healing and growth.
Jana Hinz, MS, LCMFT, LCAC
Jana is a licensed clinical marriage and family therapist and a licensed masters addiction counselor. She is passionate about helping others transform their lives by renewing their minds. Jana uses brain-based therapies to support her clients in moving toward health and improved quality of life and relationships.
Jana has extensive experience working with individuals in active addiction and transitioning into early recovery. She believes that addiction begins as an attempted solution to a painful problem and that recovery is achievable and sustainable. Jana also has personal and professional experience in managing chronic pain. She looks for emotional conditions that may be exacerbating the physical pain and teaches emotion-regulation skills aimed at relieving symptoms of pain as well as the underlying trauma, depression or anxiety.
Jana is also an Adjunct Professor at Friends University and offers individual and group supervision to marriage and family therapists working toward clinical licensure.Email: email@example.com
Maria Martinez-Rosales, LMFT
Throughout life we are faced with challenges that test our sanity. Whether those challenges appear within our relationships or within ourselves, the challenges can sometimes prove to be difficult to overcome. Fortunately, you don’t have to face those challenges alone. The overall goal of therapy is to provide a safe space for you to feel heard and acknowledged as well as comfortable.I work with a diverse population of individuals both culturally and diagnostically. This includes work with blended families, divorce, addiction, abuse, children, siblings, and much more.
My approach to therapy consists of getting to know you and your personality to ensure the best care that I can provide. I have experience using direct models of therapy where we will work together to set concrete goals and explore the hierarchy and boundaries within your family.
I also believe that treatment should be focused on your strengths and will work with you to identify how to use those strengths to your advantage. Throughout different sessions I may also implement sand tray to help provide a better picture of who you are. I will emotionally meet you where you are, and work on what you want to work on.
A lo largo de la vida, enfrentamos desafios que ponen a prueba nuestra cordura. Ya sea que esos desafios aparezcan dentro de nuestras relaciones o dentro de nosotros mismos, los desafios a veces pueden ser dificiles de superar. Afortunadamente, no tienes que enfrentar esos desafios solo. El objetivo general de Trabajo con una población diversa de individuos, tanto culturales como diagnosticos. Esto incluye trabajar con familias mixtas, divorcios, adicciones, abuso, niños, hermanos y mas.
Mi enfoque de la terapia consiste en conocerte y conocer tu personalidad para garantizar la mejor atención que pueda brindarte. Tengo experiencia en el uso de modelos directos de terapia en los que trabajaremos juntos para establecer metas concretas y explorar la jerarquía y los límites dentro de tu familia.
También creo que el tratamiento debe centrarse en sus fortalezas y trabajare contigo para identificar cómo usar esas fortalezas para tu beneficio. También implemento la modalidad de bandeja de arena en diferentes sesiones que ayudarán a proporcionar una mejor imagen de quién eres. Trabajaremos juntos en lo que necesites.
Raneisha Hunter, MS, LMFT
Are you looking to make changes in your life and not sure how or where to begin? Seeking help is sometimes a difficult choice to make. Life can be hard, unbearable, and difficult to manage alone. Although processing emotions can be difficult, it is a pathway to healing. Therapy is a safe space to begin your journey.
I have experience providing psychotherapy to individuals, couples, and families of all ages. I approach therapy using Cognitive Behavioral, Structural, and Family Systems Therapy. I am trained in Sand Tray and Level I Gottman Methods Couples Therapy.
My personal and clinical experience has allowed me to gain a deeper understanding of the impact of our environment, relationships, and positive shifts that can take place when offered supportive and validating resources. I would be honored to walk with you on your journey to wellness.
You’re not alone. I am here for you, so how can I help?
“If you are free, you need to free somebody else. If you have power, then your job is to empower somebody else.” -Toni Morrison
Will Bell, LCPC
Will brings a balanced and comfortable approach to therapy, utilizing humor and an easy-going attitude to help individuals and families reach their goals. Will has experience working with a variety of different populations and situations, aiding individuals and families with difficulties related to relationships, school, work, and purpose.
Will has several years of experience working as a therapist with children and their parents in schools, homes, and community settings. He utilizes these experiences to help with concerns related to anxiety, depression, grief, school, friendship, anger management, communication, and challenges at home.
Will uses a variety of approaches with children and adolescents, incorporating elements of art and play therapy, as well as Multisystemic Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy. He has received extensive training and supervision in Brief Strategic Family Therapy and, if requested, can incorporate features from this approach to strengthen families in a targeted counseling stage.
Will also has experience working with adults around difficulties related to dissatisfaction, anxiety, substance use, anger, and grief in individual and group therapeutic settings. He utilizes cognitive methods and solution-focused techniques that support individuals to find deeper meaning and achieve their identified goals.
Caleb Rivera, LMFT
Caleb obtained his undergraduate degree in Psychology from Wichita State University and his post-graduate education with a Masters Degree in Marriage and Family therapy from Friends University.
It can be easy to view therapy as the process of finding problems with a client. However, Caleb utilizes strengths-based therapies in order to find out what a client is already doing right and explore with the client how they can increase further improvement for themselves. Working with Caleb is just that, collaborative. Caleb takes the respectful position of teammate to his client, understanding the value of the client’s own insight into their life.
Caleb provides a safe, light, casual experience to therapy which helps facilitate connection with his clients. He enjoys working with individuals, couples, and families who are seeking assistance in regaining control of their lives.
Kirsten Landenberger, LMFT
Kirsten is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who earned her Master of Science degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Friends University. She earned her undergraduate degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Wichita State University.
Kirsten is passionate about working with individuals, couples and families with a focus on teenagers and young adults and also on assisting couples experiencing relational distress to create a stronger sense of togetherness in their relationship.
Kirsten believes that we were created for relationship and connection with others, though at times, these relationships can be a source of pain. Kirsten is honored to provide her clients with the therapeutic space to process and repair the narratives of relationships.
Kirsten aspires to build rapport with clients by drawing on their strengths, holding hope for clients in difficult times and providing a warm, empathetic environment that encourages clients to build new skills, grow and create positive changes in their lives. She utilizes a faith-based approach to help clients experience healing and hope in their lives and relationship with others while helping clients reach their goals and create new perspectives.
Kirsten works with clients experiencing a variety of issues including self-esteem, anxiety, depression, relational and family distress, grief, faith, premarital and marital issues. Kirsten works with children ages 12 and up. Kirsten is also trained in Prepare-Enrich, a pre-marital and marital program used to assist couples in building a strong marriage.
Kirsten is a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors.
Sergio Ziad, LMFT
Sometimes life feels like it’s going in the right direction, and at times it throws a few unexpected twists and turns our way. When that happens, we can find ourselves feeling stressed, irritable, frustrated, sad, and maybe even scared. We may find it difficult to share these with others, feeling as if no one will understand. On the other hand, life might feel like it’s going great, but there’s still those changes that you might want to make but are just unsure of how to go about it. Although life can be so different for so many, the great thing is that it doesn’t have to be dealt with alone.
My approach to therapy is working alongside you, figuring out the best tools and directions to help make life feel the best it can, even if it’s just a little bit at a time. I am a licensed Marriage and Family therapist that has experience working with diverse populations and demographics for individual, couples, and family therapy. I utilize cognitive-behavioral, structural, and strength-based methods to assist my clients in finding what works best for them. I am also trained in Level 1 Gottman Methods Couples Therapy.
Let’s look at where life is headed and figure out where it needs to go together.