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Heather A.H. Reidinger, M.A., L.M.F.T.​ - Works with Individuals, families and couples.  Heather sees clients starting at the age of 5, specializing in adolescents and families.  She deals with depression, anxiety, anger management, fertility issues, ADHD, trauma, OCD and also has some experience with autism spectrum and personality disorders.  Heather offers Cognitive Behavior Therapy, behavior modification, play therapy and multi-systemic therapy.  

Brian Crim, M.S., L.M.F.T. - Specializes in working with adolescents and their families as they make the journey to adulthood.  He also sees children (ages 6 and up), individuals and couples. Brian utilizes the principles of Interpersonal Neurobiology to help his clients understand and strengthen their relational patterns as well as integrate the different parts of their brains for a more balanced and healthy life.

Tracey Bishop, M.A., L.P.C. - Works with individuals and families who are struggling to meet the demands of daily living.  She specializes in childhood mental health and believes that strengthening the parent-child relationship is key to restoring a child's positive developmental trajectory within all relationships and contexts of life.  Tracey also has special interests in trauma, attachment, grief, parenting a special needs child, and anxiety.  Tracey offers Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, individual therapy, play therapy and parent-child therapy.

Peter Nasseff, Ph.D., L.P. - Specializes in helping people who are experiencing relationship difficulties.  He works with individuals, couples and the elderly.  His goal is to help clients identify their unmet needs in the relationship and together develop a vision of a healthy, mutually satisfying relationship.  Peter has a special interest in the assessment and treatment of depression, anxiety and stress management. 

Mary Jacks, M.S., L.M.F.T - Works with individuals, families and couples helping them gain personal insights and develop healthier patterns of interaction.  Mary has advanced training in Emotional Focused Therapy (EFT) for couples and is a Level II trained practitioner in EMDR- a technique that helps clients rapidly metabolize past trauma.  She also provides play therapy for children.  Mary uses an integrative approach utilizing structural, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, family systems and EFT theories to assess and treat depression, anxiety, grief and loss, chronic pain, trauma, parenting challenges and chemical abuse issues.

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James Broecker, M.S., L.M.F.T - Works collaboratively with individuals, couples and families applying family systems and cognitive-behavioral approaches.  Jim has a special interest in the management and treatment of anxiety related issues and stress management using multiple tools including education and biofeedback assisted relaxation training.

Nancy Vraniak, M.S., L.P.C. - Works with adults who are challenged by anxiety and depression related to life transitions, stress or physical health issues.  Nancy has special interests in pregnancy, infertility and postpartum mental health issues.  Emphasis in treatment includes enhancing awareness of patterns of thought and physical activity in order to make positive changes towards greater confidence and life satisfaction.