Independently Licensed Therapist
Brittany Andrews - Licensed Professional Counselor
Brittany obtained her Bachelor’s in Psychology from Arizona State University and her Master’s in Professional Counseling from Grand Canyon University. Brittany has experience working with diverse populations in both inpatient and outpatient settings. She works with families, couples, and individuals. Brittany is trained in EMDR, as well as in perinatal mood and anxiety disorders with Postpartum Support International.
Brittany is passionate about helping others in their journey to achieve balance, growth and emotional wellness. She uses a holistic, collaborative approach, and focuses on creating a safe, supportive space for healing. Her goal is to help clients heal with guidance, care and connection.
Treatment modalities primarily used include: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, EMDR, Mindfulness, Psycho-education, and a Person-centered, Strength based Approach. Specialties: Trauma/PTSD, Grief/Loss, Perinatal Mental Health (During Pregnancy & Postpartum), Fertility & Women's Issues.
Karyn Romo - Licensed Professional Counselor
Karyn earned her Masters in Counseling from Liberty University and believes the therapeutic journey is an important part of healing for individuals from all walks of life. Karyn works with individuals who struggle with a variety of issues from depression, anxiety, grief, and loss to substance abuse and domestic violence. Karyn is also certified in the Prepare/Enrich marriage program as a trainer and facilitator and works with couples to build on their strengths, communication, and conflict resolution. Karyn provides a caring, client-centered, relation-based therapy and works alongside her clients in an open and integrative way to help each individual achieve their personal goals.
Susan Weimer, PhD - Licensed Clinical Social Worker
While Dr. Weimer was originally trained in psychodynamics, human development, ego psychology, and systems theories, her practice has become eclectic and holistic over the years. In addition to utilizing elements of each of the above approaches to therapy, she is a strong believer in the power of each person to effect change in their own lives, given the tools with which to work. Among the modalities she uses are:
- Brief therapy
- Cognitive therapy
- Problem solving or solution-focused therapies
Over the years, Dr. Weimer has specialized in the treatment of:
- Military families and veterans
- Individuals [and their families] with chronic or rare physical disorders
Life is not without its challenges and stressors. Getting stuck can blind one to possibilities. Challenges and stressors are necessary elements whereby each of us can grow. Challenges and stressors provide us with energy to use, if we use the energy but are not used by it.
License Associate Counselors
Taleigha Thompson - Supervised by Brittany Andrews, LPC
With over ten years of experience in the behavioral health field. Understanding that everyone has trauma and life experiences that make it difficult to move forward is what allows me to have grace and compassion for everyone. I hold the notion that therapy is not for "crazy people" but for anyone who is open and willing to acknowledge their struggles and desires to heal and grow. Therapy is not easy but worth it. As a therapist to the community, it is my job and responsibility to help others find their worth.
I have experience with adolescents, young adults, and middle-aged adults. My approach to therapy is that of a holistic one. I not only treat the mind but the body and spirit as well. The mind, body and spirit are connected in a way in which they all work together to set you on your path to healing. I have extensive experience in both individual, family and group work. I believe both are beneficial for individuals to work on unique struggles for themselves but to also have a community of peers who understand and have lived experience. This helps to create a support system for clients which in turn promotes healing and happiness.
Kayla Santos, LMSW - Supervised by Brittany Andrews, LPC
Kayla is a telehealth therapist, who approaches her work in mental health with an active approach that blends empathy, education, and just the right amount of humor. Taking a person-in-environment led lens, she uses components of CBT, mindfulness, and solution focused therapy to encourage patients to take into account all of the roles they play in life. In this way, she acknowledges the whole person, not just the areas in which someone is seeking treatment. With clinical interests that include working with people of all ages and various ethnicities, identities, economic status experiencing/ed trauma, anxiety, and life transitions, she's skilled in helping people navigate challenges and guiding them towards a more loving relationship with themselves.
Kayla received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Grand Canyon University and her Master of Social Work from the University of Southern California.
Michael Israel, LMSW - Supervised by Melissa Cox-Pasqua, LPC