Meet Our Therapists

Giselle Bayard


Giselle is passionate about helping clients find their voice during a difficult season in their lives. She invites her clients to take a journey with her to explore their inner strengths and discover opportunities for change.  Her therapeutic orientation consists of working with individuals and families from a systemic framework.

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Gavett Burch


Good therapy starts with creating a safe and affirming space for everyone through acceptance, encouragement, and empowerment. I'll help you discover your unique path to a more satisfying, joyful, and fulfilling life– all are welcome and gently cared for.

Debbie Losada


I am a bilingual (Spanish/English) licensed marriage and family therapist who uses a strengths-based approach to support my clients. I believe that everyone has within them the capacity to heal. I see my purpose as a therapist to accept individuals where they are at and to guide them to where they would like to go. 

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Steven Goff


Quality psychotherapy starts with a strong rapport that is built on trust and a non-judgmental environment. I value listening to a person’s story and helping them make sense of their past, take responsibility for their present, and be encouraged by their future.


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Jennifer Denning


We don’t usually seek help when life is working for us. Whatever your issues are,  you are seeking help because what you have been doing is no longer working.  I provide a warm, engaging and interactive environment where change is possible.

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Anna Noble


When people come to therapy, they are looking for some change in their lives. They have likely tried to make those changes before, but somehow were unable to achieve the desired result. I believe that understanding the factors that keep someone from implementing a change is the key to therapy.

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Bill Yockey


Developing a good relationship of trust and confidence is essential to therapeutic success. I see the therapist as a guide and support for the client as they take control of their own life journey. I believe in the innate good of every person and in everyone’s ability to manage their own lives, with the right education, proper skills and empathetic support.