We are open for face to face counseling
However, if you'd like to do Tele-Health during COVID-19 - we do that too...
To schedule an appointment as a new client:
Click on the orange button titled 'Request Appointment' next to the therapists profile.
Select 'I'm a New Client'
Choose the therapist that you want an appointment with
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We will confirm your appointment via E-mail.
Richard Jimenez, LMHC CASAC
Thank you for taking the time to visit our website. My name is Richard and I am the director of our practice.
We are a group of clinicians with different concentrations in our field who pride themselves in the work we do with our clients and in our community. We each have a different passion for what we do and we try to give the best experience possible. We strive for integrity, accountability and respect.
Our team sees adults, adolescents, clients who struggle with depression, anxiety, substance use, trauma, marital and LGBT issues. I am very proud of the team that we have and I invite you to read their profiles and schedule an appointment.
Also Please check out our newest blog entry written by Aaron Reslink - Self-Care: Is It Really a Cure-All?
If you have any questions about scheduling, coverage or billing issues please reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will personally reach out to you.
Andriana Lozier, LMHC
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Andriana is not currently accepting clients.
Aaron Reslink, MHC-P
Mental Health Counselor
I practice therapy by easing the bridge between body and mind as often as possible. I received my master’s degree, as well as certification to provide EMDR, in May 2019, while also working in adjacent positions in the mental health field since February 2017.
My practice involves bridging body and mind as often as possible. Life's journey has led me to witness the amazing feats of creativity, growth, and development that anyone can approach. While your path might have taken a dark and uncertain turn which leads you to therapy, I will be honored to point to the guiding light inside of your own body and mind.
I have provided multiple trainings on effective treatment for transgender folx to universities, agencies, and professional organizations.
Aaron accepts Cigna. Out of network rates are $100/Session.
Aaron has Evenings/Weekends available.
Kimberly Collins, LMHC, MFT
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Marriage and Family Therapist
Now is a good time to start anything, yet we find so many reasons that get in the way. This pattern might feel like a part of who you are, but it’s merely a pattern of behaviors that continue to be engaged. Using Cognitive and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy to change the way you notice your world and respond to your thoughts, Family Systems Therapy to identify behavioral patterns that are supported within the larger system, and communication skills to help improve the relationships that matter most to you.
I enjoy working with others to help shift their current life to be in alignment with their goals, values, and vision for the future while taking time to slow down and identify gratitude for the process of change. My marriage and family Post Masters allows us to identify interactions within a larger system. Creating a safe environment for open communication is just the beginning.
Kimberly is a graduate of Medaille College as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with a Post Master’s Certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy. Undergraduate Psychology Degree from D’Youville College.
Areas of Specialty include: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Behavioral, Couples Therapy, Seeking Safety and Behavioral Couples Therapy, Trauma Certified.
Topics of specialty: Substance use disorders, infidelity, grief and loss, anxiety, depression
Kim accepts Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Fidelis, Optum/United Behavioral Health and Univera.
Rates are $125/session for individual therapy and $150 for couples counseling.
Kim has availability Monday/Wednesday evenings and Sunday 9AM-2PM.
Blog Entries (Click text to Read full article)
Self-Care: Is It Really a Cure-All?
“Self-care” seems like the new and woke response to any mention of anxiety or depression. “I’ve been really anxious today.” “Self-care!” The word gets said again and again until it means almost nothing at all. For many, this could feel invalidating without recognizing a deeper definition of self-care. Here goes some clearer definitions of self-care that won’t leave you feeling ignored, as well as some reasons why “self-care” as a suggestion might stand as an avoidance tactic...
Telling Your Story
When it comes to our memory we don’t often think of it as story telling because our memory is a collection of our recollections. When we re-tell a story from our past the way we present that material and our willingness to present that information differently actually creates how that memory is stored and changed over time. This doesn’t mean that our memories are always inaccurate of invaluable. On the contrary it means that our memories, and our telling of them gives us the chance to write out own story and emphasize the parts that we want to focus on...
Increase the chances of getting what you want - Kimberly Collins, LMHC, MFT
Everyone in the world has needs, but getting our needs met may look different. Some people may demand their needs be addressed, others may silently hope their needs get addressed, and others don’t even think about their own needs and often find themselves feeling burnt out and resentful...