Poorna has experience working with diverse groups of clients, from older adults, both with and without dementia, young adults facing issues like substance misuse, personality disorders, self-harm, and eating disorders, to children dealing with mental health challenges such as autism and ADHD. Poorna employs a therapeutic approach that combines psychodynamic principles with offering a space to incorporate artistic mediums like sketching, drawing and colouring at the client’s pace, all the while emphasising the use of mindfulness-based tools.
Rubendev Singh Dhillon is a Level 2 Member and Registered Counsellor with the Australian Counseling Association (ACA) and a Licensed Registered Counselor with the Board of Counselors, Malaysia. Rubendev has worked with individuals experiencing generalized anxiety, depression, social anxiety, behavioral problems, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, PTSD and substance abuse. Rubendev uses cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), client-centered therapy, and has been expanding his focus on acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT). He also utilizes tools from other modalities such as narrative therapy, solution focused therapy, gestalt therapy and mindfulness.
Amanda Stradling holds a Master of Social Work from Boston College where she graduated with academic honors. She is currently a Licensed Master Social Worker in the State of New York, working towards her clinical license. As a social worker, Amanda’s therapeutic approach focuses on the importance of human relationships and the dignity and self-worth of her clients. Using a strengths based approach, Amanda and her clients work together to develop new skills and strengthen their most meaningful relationships.
Yoriko is a licensed psychotherapist. Yoriko worked as a Lead Clinical Supervisor at the Community Mental Health Center in the USA seeing clients and training licensed and unlicensed clinicians. Yoriko has experience working with individuals of all ages, from young children to older adults, with depression, trauma, substance misuse, ADD/ADHD, PTSD, adjustment disorders, general anxiety, social anxiety, behavioral problems, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and many other conditions. Her treatment approaches include cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, motivational interviewing, object relations, seeking safety, interpersonal therapy, play/art therapy, and solution focused therapy.
Estefania Ospina-Alikhan is a Licensed Clinical Marriage and Family Therapist (LCMFT) that is fluent and bilingual in English and Spanish. She has had consistent experience working with clients of all ages and diverse backgrounds conducting individual, family, and couples therapy. Through this clinical experience and ongoing individualized training, Estefania is equipped with a variety of therapeutic skills to provide specialized treatment for adults seeking to address mental health challenges. These include depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, grief and loss, childhood trauma, abuse, relationship distress, and navigating life transitions.
Dr. Coleman completed her BA and MD at Brown University and her MPH at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Her specialties include complex trauma, PTSD, TBI, depression and anxiety. Modalities utilized include CBT, DBT and mindfulness, and supportive psychotherapy. Her goal is to create a safe and healing space where she can collaborate with patients to understand and transform distressing thoughts, behaviors and emotions in order to integrate experiences and thrive with purpose.