Couples COUNSELORS

Kim McBride

PHD CANDIDATE, LMFT, LMHCA

I help individuals and couples create and sustain the positive changes they seek in their lives. I provide a supportive environment for clients to practice skills designed to enhance personal, relational, and professional satisfaction. My approach to therapy is brief, client centered, and outcomes-focused. I specialize in Bowen Family Systems, Coaching, Infidelity, Mood Disorders, Peer Relationships and Clinical Business Consulting.

Christina Barrows

MS, LMFT

My approach to counseling is client-centered, rooted in systems theory. This means that the tools or techniques used in therapy are based on what concerns or goals clients bring in. My work is often informed by cognitive behavioral therapy, guided imagery, mindfulness, attachment theory, and solution-focused therapy. 

Andrea Kunwald

MA, LMFT

I assist the individual with restoring their innate sense of feeling heard, seen, and valued to promote balance, healing and new ways of being with self and others. Believing in the uniqueness of my clients and all components of ones’ life are interrelated, I integrate various approaches to meet the specific needs and challenges of the couples that come to see me.

Rosi Levin

MA, LMFTA

My approach to therapy is client-focused with an emphasis on including the whole system when defining the problem that may bring you to therapy. My work is individually tailored to meet the needs of the client/s, which means that the methods/theories I include in our sessions will be based on what best serves your personality and needs.

We are all unique!

Jena Minami

MA, LMFT

My approach to counseling is client-centered, solution-focused to support each individual to reach their goals/concerns while using techniques and questions help clarify solutions and the means of achieving them.

Holland Omar

MA, LMHC, NCC

My clinical work has involved helping individuals and families during periods of high stress (major life transitions, divorce, loss of employment, loss of a loved one) when it is easy to lose sight of self-value and succumb to anxiety, anger, fear, and hurting the people we love most.