Doctors and nurse Practitioners
Kenneth David Holladay, MD
I see myself as a pragmatist and an idealist with a diversity of interests within and outside the field of mental health. I tend to see people as basically doing the best they can. We are all “works in progress”. Throughout the bulk of my professional career, I have seen very young children, people in the last chapters of their lives, and all ages in between.
MIke Dickerson, MD
I work with individuals to help empower them to find ways to improve their quality of life and reduce suffering. My approach focuses on empathy, thoughtfulness, and collaboration.
Meghan Farrell, PMHNP BC
As a psychiatric nurse practitioner, I have eight years of experience treating children, adolescents, and adults in the inpatient and outpatient settings. My approach to psychiatric services is holistic in nature.
Melanie Parker, PMHNP
I believe mental wellness is achievable. I aim to help create and support a space for healing, recovery, balance and education for people who are dedicated to creating a life worth living. For some people achieving and maintaining their mental wellness includes the use of medication.
Keith Johnson, MD
My approach centers around the whole person. I strive to be practical, thoughtful, while practicing evidence based medicine. My goal is to allow one to be optimally positioned to focus on the psychological and environmental underpinnings of distress.
Rod Olin, PMHNP
It is a joy and honor to join with people to outlining their own unique path to wellness. I believe in a whole person, whole body approach to mental health and practice trauma informed, compassionate delivery of behavioral health care.
Alyssa Rose Crenshaw, ATR, LPC
As a Licensed Professional Counselor and Registered Art Therapist, I utilize multiple tools and therapeutic approaches to help work alongside my clients and their families to alleviate symptoms, achieve goals and attain balance. I specialize in working with children, adolescents and families, and have particular experience working with young children.
Ariana Ames, LCSW
Discovering meaning, joy and fulfillment in life is possible. My therapeutic style is guided by values of acceptance, warmth, and curiosity and I integrate a variety of approaches to support adults, teens, children and families to expand self-awareness, build resilience, heal from trauma and strengthen relationships.
Eric Loya, LCSW
I use a humanistic approach in therapy, devoted to attuning to the unique intentions and challenges of each adolescent, adult, and family I work with. Using supportive strategies in therapy, I strive to equip you with tools to overcome life’s obstacles and sustain your internal strengths.
Kalani Perreira, LMFT
Working together therapeutically we can create a safe and reliable space to explore and be curious about your unique experience. By making links between your past and present, we can increase your self-awareness and understanding which opens the door to create meaningful and long-lasting change.
Naomi Koide-Gasser, LCSW
It is always an honor when families allow me to join with them to address the concerns of their children. We will work collaboratively to tackle your child's challenges, and my goal is for your family to feel empowered and resilient when you leave my office.
Sarah Barrett, LPC, CADC I
I believe therapy is restorative self-care practice. I take a collaborative, client-centered approach to our work together. I often utilize interventions from DBT, CBT and Existential therapy to help best meet my clients where they are at. I provide individual and couples therapy and specialize in working with older adults around aging concerns.
Myco Van, PsyD
Providing psychological assessments and consultations has been my main emphasis over the past 10 years. Through the process ofpsychological testing, it is my hope that clinicians and families can gain a better understanding of the client's strengths and possible areas of difficulty.
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