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New Hope

While there's life, there's hope.-Marcus Tullius Cicero

Hello, my name is Tina Taylor.  In my 25 years as a therapist, I have worked with many people and have learned that all people have the strength to face adversity.  Though trauma, mood issues, health problems, stress, relationships issues and other problems may get you stuck and off track, these issues can be addressed.  

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist.  I am EMDR Certified and Approved Consultant.  I have training in Somatic Experiencing and Internal Family Systems.  I have been practicing for over 25 years, which has included multiple setting including inpatient, residential, and outpatient.  I specialize in traumatic stress, and anxiety.

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Affiliate Therapists

Lynndi Lockenour

I am a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor & Clinical Supervisor (LPCC-S) with 10 years of experience providing mental health therapy. It is my belief that we all have within us the power for unconditionally loving ourselves and healing past traumas that may have hindered this ability. I have experience working with children, teenagers, and adults in both individual and family therapy settings. I utilize an extensive variety of therapeutic modalities to tailor interventions toward the needs of each client and/or family. I am a certified practioner of Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) for children, trained in Motivational Interviewing, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), CBT, and EMDR. I have worked with clients struggling to manage diagnoses associated with substance misuse, trauma, grief/loss, ADHD, PTSD, Depression, Anxiety, and mood disorders. I also have experience and training in serving the LGBTQIAA+ community, their partners, and families. I understand from personal experience many of the challenges that come with these issues and strongly believe that holistic healing involves balance of mind and body. My role as a clinician is to instill hope and assist you in becoming empowered toward investing in your own mental and physical well-being. My goal is to travel alongside you on your therapeutic journey, guide creative development of healthy coping skills, and assist in implementing lasting change.

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Amanda Brown

Amanda Brown is a graduate of Spalding University.  She holds an undergraduate degree in Psychology. She is also a graduate of Lindsey Wilson College with a  Masters in Education Counseling with a focus on Mental Health. She is a trauma-informed, Licensed Professional Counselor Associate (LPCA), specializing in adults who have in the past, or are currently experiencing trauma, anxiety, depression, or serious and persistent mental illness. She also has a certificate in substance abuse counseling and works with clients who are struggling with substance use disorder.  Amanda uses a variety of therapies such as EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), mindfulness, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and expressive therapies (art, writing, and play) to help clients find relief and reach their identified mental health goals. She works to tailor her therapy to a client's needs and strengths. 

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Ellyn Ramser

We all experience challenges in our life, and sometimes we need support to make the changes we are seeking. I strive to walk side by side through challenging times with my clients, as we move through healing and seek the changes they desire in their lives. My theory of change is rooted in a humanistic approach to therapy that focuses on treating the whole person, and emphasizes the strengths of the client. I have experience working with families, children, adolescents, preteens, teenagers, and adults all with varying issues. I tend to lean into a family systems approach to therapy when working with families and individuals.
I truly believe that if the space of safety and acceptance is created and a positive supportive relationship is built, that people can explore ways to create their own change that they are seeking. I focus more on helping people explore their authentic selves and strive for increased self-actualization and self-acceptance.
I believe that every person has a unique story to tell and I seek to provide a safe and nonjudgmental space for these stories to be told. Please don't hesitate to call if you are seeking support for yourself, your family/loved ones or your children.

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Cheyenne Hubbard

With a compassionate and client-centered approach, I aim to create a safe and non-judgmental space where you can explore your thoughts, feelings, and experiences. My goal is to support you in gaining insight, finding solutions, and developing the tools to navigate life's challenges. I have a deep passion for helping individuals heal and grow, drawing from my experience and training in CBT, mindfulness, and EMDR. Whether you're dealing with anxiety, depression, relationship issues, or simply seeking personal growth, I'm dedicated to working with you to achieve your goals. Therapy is a collaborative process, and I'm here to listen, support, and guide you on your path to a happier and more fulfilling life. Your well-being is my priority, and I'm committed to helping you rediscover your strengths and resilience. 

Teal Hewlett

My approach to therapy is founded on respect and compassion for my clients, meeting them wherever they may be in their journey. Life can be filled with so many challenging moments and uncertainties, and as a therapist it's my top priority to provide a safe, comfortable and judgement-free space for clients to express themselves. Previous to becoming a therapist in private practice, I worked for 3 years as a clinician at a psychiatric hospital, and have extensive experience treating acute issues such as self-harming behaviors and suicidal ideation, along with mood and behavioral disorders. I specialize in CBT, DBT, Motivational Interviewing, Mindfulness-Based Therapy, and I have been trained in EMDR.  I believe that anyone is capable of healing and growth no matter what has happened in their past or what they are facing in the present. I help clients observe how their thinking patterns, consistent behaviors, family dynamics and past traumas can influence their happiness and how they experience life.

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