Meet Our Counselors
Joe Alexander, LCSW
Joe has over 30 years of clinical experience as a therapist. He has helped hundreds of individuals and couples find a successful resolution of their problems. His experience has taught him that not everyone benefits from the same approach. Joe has a style that is interactive, dynamic and supportive of the patient. He listens carefully to support a patients strengths and often teaches by the use of questions. Joe specializes in depression and anxiety, family, couples, and group therapy for addictions of all types (chemical, pornography, overeating and gambling) as well as dynamic work with couples.
Angie Johnson, LCSW
Angie Johnson is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She graduated from the University of Utah with a Master’s degree in social work and is a licensed clinical social worker. She specializes in kids and adults with depression, anxiety, parenting issues, young adult issues and does group therapy as well.
Jennifer Warren, LCSW
Jen uses her experience as a former self-defense instructor, group therapist in violence prevention/recovery, and as a crisis intervention worker to allow her to meet clients where they are in their journey to personal change and contentment. She works with teens, age fourteen and up as well as adults. She specializes in helping those with depression, anxiety, addictions, anger management, women’s empowerment, domestic violence, trauma recovery and PTSD & ADD. She is also skilled as a group facilitator.
Franny Thompson, LCSW
Franny is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Se has over twenty years of experience working as a mental health provider, as well as a group facilitator. She specializes in working with teens, age fourteen or older as well as adults to help them with anxiety, depression, grief and loss, women’s issues, parenting concerns, young adult issues.
Shayna Diaz, LPC, CADC2
Shayna aims to provide people a space to show up as their authentic selves and receive direct feedback and tools to work through the emotions they are experiencing. Her hope is that through this process people can feel empowered to make hard choices, feel more positive about themselves and their relationships, and overall improve their quality of life. Shayna works with the ages of fourteen and up. She specializes in transitional age youth, family systems, couples work, substance abuse, anxiety & depression. She also conducts group therapy sessions.
Maureen McCormick, LCSW
Maureen works intuitively and collaboratively with each patient. She believes therapy is a co-creative process, where client and therapist partner towards goals. She uses warmth, humor, creativity, and a direct but gentle approach in helping clients find ways to bring those things into their daily life. Maureen works with those eighteen and older who struggle with grief, loss, and life transitions, chronic and life limiting illnesses, care giving issues, dealing with loved one with dementia, anxiety, depression, Individuals, couples, and group therapy.
Suzanne Brown, LPC, MA, CADC1, QMHP
Suzanne has a collaborative approach in helping people to recognize their strengths, and resources to have a better understanding of conflicts, and to discover new options and to set new personal goals, to become empowered and make informed choices moving forward. Suzanne works with those twelve years and older who have depression, anxiety, spiritual conflicts, addiction, anger management, domestic violence, parenting conflict, prenatal/postpartum issues, relationship issues, trauma and PTSD & Personality Disorders.
Justin Anderson, LMFT
Justin is an experienced couples, individual and group therapist with a focus on improvement using holistic and integrative techniques for mindfulness and practical skills to heal complex trauma. Justin also works with various addictions. Specialties include working with men, shame and privilege, anxiety, grief, and personality disorders. If you want a male therapist with a gentle but direct approach, Justin can be a good fit for you and/or your family.
Due to the Coronavirus outbreak and our desire to continue our mental health support within our community, our office is providing services via secure, online ‘video’ counseling sessions for individuals and groups. If an in person visit is needed, please contact our office at: 503-827-3644.
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