Jodi enjoys working with adults with a diverse range of issues related to mental health and wellness. It is her desire to compassionately support clients in reaching their highest potential by assisting them in the exploration of the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects of themselves. She utilizes strengths-based therapeutic methods to empower clients in finding solutions to their challenges and concerns. Jodi uses mindfulness, body-centered, and holistic methods. She applies solution-focused, self-acceptance and commitment, and CBT techniques. Jodi assists clients in changing destructive thinking patterns and behaviors to establish increased confidence and a greater sense of peace and wholeness. Her special interests include anxiety, depression, relational issues, codependency, life transitions, and women’s issues including those related to pregnancy, postpartum health, and fertility.
Are you feeling sad, anxious, or have little to zero energy? Are you wondering if you have an addiction or if you’re drinking too much? I can help you process the struggles of addiction, depression, anxiety, life purpose/identity and help you find hope. I would love to help you sort out your struggles and see if there are roadblocks keeping you from finding your true potential. My therapeutic specialties include addiction/process addictions such as compulsive gambling, sex, internet, and shopping. I also treat depression, anxiety, relationship conflicts, identity/purpose concerns and trauma. I have a special clinical focus working with professionals in trauma exposure jobs (e.g., police, fire fighters, doctors, nurses, therapists, veterinarians, and therapists) and addressing subsequent burnout and vicarious trauma. Working with college students and parents with children who have special needs is an area of my expertise. Finally, I offer an Anger Management track (particularly, for those suffering from social anxiety) and this entails individual therapy sessions with a minimum 8 session commitment. This may be accepted by probation and the courts if there is a court order. This therapy track is CBT and Criminal-Thinking focused. I use an integrative therapeutic approach including, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Mindfulness, Narrative Therapy, Person-Centered, Non-Violent Communication (NVC) and Trauma Informed care. LGBTQIA+ affirmative
Dr. Enakshi Choudhuri is a certified EMDR therapist and a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP) with advanced training in the use of EMDR and Heart Centered Hypnotherapy in treating early childhood trauma, complex PTSD, dissociation and addictions. Integrating multiple therapy modalities (CBT, mindfulness based, solution focused, transpersonal psychology, relational therapy, EMDR, somatic psychology and hypnotherapy), she collaborates with her clients to develop culturally sensitive, strengths-based, personalized solutions to create positive change in their lives. She has a keen understanding of how a person’s past adverse life experiences and relational trauma contribute to their present difficulties in multiple areas of their lives. Dr. Choudhuri provides a compassionate, safe, non-judgmental, holding space for her clients (ages 6 and up) to empower them to develop the inner strength and resources to let go of their maladaptive and self-destructive patterns and find ways to create a sense of safety, value, meaning and purpose in their lives. Areas of expertise include PTSD, complex trauma, anxiety, depression, dissociative and psychotic disorders, and personality disorders. She also speaks Bengali and Hindi and offers telehealth services.
Dr. Evans is a licensed psychologist who specializes in the treatment of sleep problems. She evaluates and treats insomnia and other sleep disorders such as circadian rhythm disorders (sleep schedule problems), helping with adjustment to wearing CPAP for sleep apnea, and pediatric sleep disorders including bedtime refusal and inability to sleep independently. She can also evaluate and help determine the need for an overnight sleep study. Dr. Evans utilizes evidence-based cognitive-behavioral strategies that are non-pharmacological, safe and highly effective in treating sleep problems. She sees children as young as 18 months, adolescents, adults, and older adults. She is able to see you in a clinic or via secure face-to-face visits through your computer or smartphone. She greatly enjoys the challenge of understanding and treating sleep problems and partnering with clients in a relaxed and supportive environment to help you or your child get a better night’s sleep.
Juli is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist that is also trained to work with horses for psychotherapy and corporate trainings at On Track EAP Equine Assisted Psychotherapy, LLC. She enjoys working with motivated clients who have a positive attitude toward change. Her style is holistic, eclectic, warm and compassionate. Juli employs a wide array of techniques including cognitive behavioral therapy, internal family systems, cognitive restructuring, behavior modification, sand tray and play therapy, parenting videos, bibliotherapy (i.e., book recommendations) and horse assisted psychotherapy and learning. She sees individuals, families, and couples. Juli works with adults, kids and teenagers and specializes in working with anxiety, life transitions, challenging temperaments, communication skill building, parenting, autism spectrum, grief & loss, and blended families. In addition she teaches parenting classes based on the “1 2 3 Magic” series and follows “The nurtured heart approach“. She has been in the field for over 18 years and sees working with clients and building a solid therapeutic relationship an honor.
Mary has been a practicing therapist for 23 years. She has worked with adults who struggle with eating disorders and trauma for the majority of those years. Mary has training in EMDR, Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART), and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy. All of these therapies are designed to assist individuals in processing trauma, empower themselves and replace negative sensations with neutral or positive sensations. Mary is compassionate, empathetic and she creates a safe space that facilitates healing. She strongly believes that people have the resources and inner strength to overcome adverse experiences. She also addresses each client as a person with unique circumstances and collaboratively works with them to achieve their goals in therapy.