Jeanette Rivas is a licensed clinical social worker offering behavioral health services to children and adults throughout Florida and Indiana. She treats a full list of specialties; however, her specialties include domestic violence, autism, and trauma. Jeanette received her Master of Social Work in 2014 from the University of Southern California. Jeanette’s philosophy of care is to take a person-centered team approach. She likes to empower the individual to work with her to make changes in their lives that works for their lifestyle. Jeanette has a degree in theatre and has studied and performed professionally. She also started a nonprofit to bring awareness to Autism and bullying. “When faced with obstacles, keep pushing through them, they make you stronger.”Joshua Opatowsky is a licensed clinical social worker offering behavioral health services to young adults and adults throughout California and Oklahoma. He treats a full list of specialties; however, his specialties include anxiety disorders, depression, LGBT issues, trauma/PTSD, and mood disorders. Joshua received his Master of Social Work in 2014 from California State University, Bakersfield. Joshua’s therapeutic style is both cooperative and client-driven. His goal is to ensure that all sessions and interactions are as cooperative as possible. Joshua believes that all clients have underlying strengths that serve to benefit them in life and in the therapeutic process. Joshua is a marathoner and has run over 100 races total. He also enjoys playing video games online while broadcasting them live to an audience. “If you will it, it is no dream.” – Theodor Herzl

Claudia R. Scott, Ed. D., PMHNP-BC is a psychiatric nurse practitioner from Holt, MI. She completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Rochester School of Nursing, Dr. Scott graduated with her Masters of Science in Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing from the University of Rochester School of Nursing. Dr. Scott completed her Post-Masters degree and Doctor of Education at the University of Rochester.

Patti Rodgers, MSN, RN, PMHNP-BC, is a psychiatric nurse practitioner offering mental health services to adults in Colorado and Florida. Patti has a vast array of clinical interests; however, her specializations include anxiety and panic disorders, bipolar disorders, mood disorders, post-partum depression, menopausal issues, post-traumatic stress disorder, schizophrenia, adult and geriatric psychiatry and women’s health. Patti believes mental wellness guides every aspect of our lives and is often taken for granted. Through the power of the therapeutic relationship, she believes everyone has the ability to make positive changes in their world, no matter how great or small.

She became interested in mental health care during a nursing school rotation in psychiatry and mental health. She felt a need to advocate for those suffering with mental illness and desired to make an impact in their lives through furthering the cause to reduce the stigma associated with mental health issues.

Patti enjoys playing the piano and the tambourine. One of her hobbies is boating and she has traveled through many canals and small lakes in Germany. She also loves to dance and aspires to learn salsa dancing.

Katie Lyon is a licensed professional counselor offering behavioral health services to young adults and adults throughout Texas. She treats a full list of specialties; however, her specialties include depression, LGBT, life transitions, trauma, and mood disorders.

Katie’s first career was in music therapy. Situations continued to pop up where Katie thought a degree in counseling would be beneficial. She now uses her music therapy lens and counseling lens to help her clients.

Katie is a firm believer that not every method of care works for every client. She is flexible in her counseling approach and uses that flexibility to find out what works best for each person.

Katie is a dog lover and enjoys running 5K’s with her friends. She has also earned two Master Degrees.

“Be who you are and say how you feel, because those who mind don’t matter, and those who matter don’t mind.” – Dr. Seuss

Adriana Velasquez is a licensed marriage and family therapist offering counseling services to children, adolescents, and adults throughout California. She has a variety of clinical interests; however, she specializes in anxiety, PTSD, depression, anger management, and relationship issues. As a psychotherapist, Adriana treats each client as a unique individual, worthy of unconditional acceptance, regardless of his or her personal circumstances or struggles. As a therapist with years of experience, Adriana prefers to walk alongside, challenge, and encourage her clients to find healing emotionally, mentally, physically, and spiritually.

It was during Adriana’s years in college when she first became interested in the behavioral health profession. She dedicated her time and effort to learning about human behavior and now, her passion is to guide others towards personal change and recovery by empowering them to achieve a healthy mind. Adriana feels great satisfaction in helping others understand their thinking process, motivation, and overall behaviors. Her overall goal in therapy is to help guide her clients to achieve the best version of themselves by living an authentic life.

Adriana is a mom to three boys and loves spending time with her family! She grew up in a family who loves to sing and as a result, singing is her favorite hobby. When Adriana enrolled into graduate school, she was working full time and had a 3-month-old baby at the time. Although times were hard, she was able to graduate with honors. Adriana believes that the key to success is to never give up on your dreams and believe in yourself.

“To everything I’ve lost, thank you for setting me free.”

Sofia Crowe is an ACT Level II licensed clinical social worker offering behavioral health services to children and adults in Arizona, Virginia, and West Virginia. She offers a vast array of clinical services; however, her expertise lies in mood disorders, ADHD, parenting issues, family therapy, child and adolescent therapy, and substance use issues of all types.

Sofia has always had an interest in behavioral health care due to her family having many issues with mood disorders and substance use. During her teen years, she learned how valuable treatment can be when her family sought help. As a social worker for 20 years, she has been trained in many modalities, but her primary focus is to figure out how her training and skills suit her clients. Sofia wants to feel that her clients have the skills to have a life that feels meaningful and worth living.

Sofia is originally from Australia! Her parents were geneticists who travelled the world with their family. She has been doing yoga since she was 18 and is currently getting certified as a coach so she can offer free classes to Senior Living Facilities.

“There is a candle in your heart, ready to be kindled. There is a void in your soul, ready to be filled.

You feel it, don’t you?” – Mawlana Jalal-al-Din Rumi

Theresa Harbin is a licensed clinical social worker offering behavioral health care services to young adults and adults throughout the state of California. She has a vast array of clinical interests; however, her expertise includes grief, trauma/PTSD, depression, and women’s issues.

Theresa knew from an early age that she wanted to grow up to help people. She learned the importance of being heard and allowing people to be themselves without shame or judgement and she understood the importance of unconditional acceptance and love. After earning her Bachelor’s degree in Sociology, she soon learned that she would need to further her education to make the impact she envisioned. She then pursued a Master’s degree in social work where she found so much fulfillment in helping people on their path to wellness.

Theresa believes that therapy is a collaborative process. Her goal as a therapist is to provide a safe and non-judgmental space in which people can share their experiences, hopes and fears. She employs a variety of techniques and interventions to individualize treatment to meet the unique needs of each person. Theresa believes that it's an honor to join people on their journey of growth and change.

Theresa's favorite podcast topics include crime and forensic psychology. She loves to spend time outdoors off-roading, hiking, watching and playing baseball!

"You are imperfect and vulnerable and sometimes afraid but that doesn't change the truth that you are brave and worthy of love and belonging." - Brene Brown

Cathryn Paton is a licensed clinical social worker offering services to children, adolescent, and adult residents in Texas and New Jersey. She specializes in relationships, grief counseling, stress management, anxiety disorders, depression and life transitions. In her practice, Cathryn’s philosophy of care is person-centered and strength-based. She believes that human beings are hardwired for connection and that healing and transformation take place through relationships. She is deeply committed to creating a safe and non-judgmental space for individuals so that they can work collaboratively to create a connection based in authenticity. Her therapeutic style is warm, playful, accepting and affirming. She enjoys learning about her clients and building on what they are already doing well. Moreover, she believes that inside each of us is a wealth of tenacity and grit; as a therapist, she nurtures the resilience already within.

Cathryn’s interest in mental and behavioral health care developed when her career path veered from an interest in advocacy to clinical studies. Originally, she saw herself getting a job to advocate for policy changes to increase access to quality mental health care in the state of Texas. Then, an unforeseen string of events led her to take the only field internship left available in her first year of graduate school – a mental health therapist position at a middle school. She was skeptical at first but to her surprise, she fell in love with the work and her clients. She developed a curiosity and respect for the work that she still holds to this day. She continues to be grateful and honored by clients that invite her to work alongside them. She learns with them and stands in awe of their tenacious spirits.

Cathryn enjoys training parents and educators on trauma, attachment, and the power of positive relationships. She loves hiking through desert landscapes and swimming in Texas rivers. Her favorite place to be is at home cooking a big meal with friends and family.

We’re all just walking each other home. -Ram Dass

Jenna Nielsen is a licensed clinical social worker offering services to adults in Florida. She has a variety of clinical interests; however, she specializes in cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, anxiety disorders, life transitions and stress management. In her practice, she takes a goal-oriented approach to care that incorporates cognitive behavioral therapy and mindfulness techniques.

Jenna’s interest in mental and behavioral healthcare developed naturally; she has a strong desire to help people navigate life’s challenges and gain control of their emotions and behaviors.

Jenna played tennis in college, enjoys volunteering every year at a children’s grief camp and is a connoisseur of donuts.

“Vulnerability is not winning or losing; it’s having the courage to show up and be seen when we have no control over the outcome. Vulnerability is not weakness; it’s our greatest measure of courage.” – Brene Brown

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