Clint Chrstie - MFTI #69950
Sometimes our problems and challenges in life become so heavy or complex that we intuitively know that we should not simply try to solve them alone. My goal is to provide a safe and confidential place for people to work through their challenges. Beyond my rigorous clinical training program, and honing my clinical skills over the years, I integrate into my work aspects of my life experience beyond my psychological training.
My fluency in Spanish and along with my familiarity with the Latino culture has added to my personal trait of being able to see a set of circumstances through a completely different lens.
I have gained valuable experience assisting client's with Grief & Loss, Domestic Violence and assisting families & children in crisis, as well facilitating a Men's Process Group. If you are reading this, you or someone you care about, are seeking help. I am ready to listen.
Clint works with individuals, couples and adolescents with a variety of life issues such as anxiety, depression, feeling “stuck”, grief and loss, relationship discernment, counseling and issues involving aging. He has more than 2,900 hours of experience.
Jacquelyn Scherer- MFTI #98308 PCCI #3754
I am passionate about the field of counseling and am striving to become a healing agent for others. I specialize in teenagers, young adults, and adults who particularly struggle with academic and occupational stressors, romantic relationship struggles, and family conflict. My goal is to optimize my clients' strengths and continue to develop their growth. I highly respect each individual who decides to embark on the journey of therapy with me. As a MFT Registered Intern and PCC Registered Intern, I have experience working with children, adolescents, adults, families, and groups.
I specialize in life transitions (e.g. graduation, new living arrangements, romantic relationship difficulties, & marital concerns), children and adolescents, and family conflict. My aim is to heal my clients' internal wounds and help foster their growth.
The foundation of my work is based on a client centered approach and I value each individual who decides to work on overcoming their difficulties.
Seneca Negrete MFTI #100157 PCCI #4045
As a registered Marriage and Family Therapist Intern and a Professional Clinical Counselor Intern, I am passionate about the healing process and the art of human connection. I specialize in working with adolescents, adults, and families who are struggling with addiction and recovery. By empowering individuals and families this begins to foster healthy family relationships based on trust, openness, and respect.
I specialize in empowering individuals of all ages struggling with life issues including- bullying, low self-esteem, relationships, codependency, self-harm, changes within the family dynamics, trauma, and emotional abuse. I aim to cultivate change and revive one's outlook on life by highlighting tools which help embrace one's emotional and physical well-being.
My therapeutic approach is multidisciplinary pulling from person-centered, solution-focused, dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), and motivational interviewing. My overall purpose is to create a safe place where we could begin to process emotional experiences with a new understanding while repairing old wounds.