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Creating Safer Spaces for Healing Sexual Violence: An Interview with Tovah Means

Comment(s) August 14, 2013

 Creating Safer Spaces for Healing Sexual Violence: An Interview with Tovah Means Feeling safe again within one’s own shape after sexual violence can be one of the most challenging aspects of healing, and is often an ongoing internal conversation for survivors. Working primarily with the mind and relying on language or telling the details of […]Read More

Elise Collier

Elise Collier

Comment(s) April 6, 2015

“Elise Collier is a Marriage and Family Therapist whose main focus is in the treatment of trauma and addiction, in addition to family/couple issues, PTSD, depression and anxiety. Elise graduated from CSULB with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Master’s Degree in Counseling. Elise has experience facilitating Psychodrama groups under the training of Gina Tabrizy, and she facilitates such a group for client’s suffering from […]Read More

Hiroko Demichelis

Hiroko Demichelis

Comment(s) December 8, 2015

“My life-long passion has been helping and supporting human beings to heal, flourish and increase their brain power efficiency. This led me to pursue two Masters degrees in both clinical and positive psychology from the University of East London. Since then, I’ve become an advocate for new therapies and technologies that can be used to improve focus and speed up healing. I […]Read More

Jamie Marich

Jamie Marich

Comment(s) February 3, 2015

Friends and colleagues of Jamie Marich describe her as a renaissance woman. A dancer, musician, performer, writer, recovery ambassador, clinical counselor, expressive arts therapist and Reiki Master Teacher, Marich unites these elements of her experience to achieve an ultimate mission: bringing the art and joy of healing to others. Marich began her career in human […]Read More

Joel and Robin Turgesen

Joel and Robin Turgesen

Comment(s) February 5, 2014

“We work with couples as a team by providing individual support to each partner and then bringing them together for couples support. After some time of individual sessions, all four of us will come together for joint sessions. We think of a relationship as a bridge, with the two individuals being the two foundations that each […]Read More