Q. What is your name and job title?
A. My name is Clara Stewart and I am the Intake Coordinator. Q. What inspired you to work for HOPE?
A. I was inspired to work at HOPE because I want to contribute to the betterment of counseling and mental health services in a way that aligns with HOPE’s core philosophies. Q. What is the most rewarding part of working for HOPE?
A. Working at HOPE is extremely rewarding because everyone here is kind and compassionate. It is apparent that HOP
Q. What is your name and job title? A. My name is Gabby Holmes and I am the Office Manager at HOPE Counseling Center. I also double as our Executive Director’s Assistant and help out with anything that I can within the organization. Q. What inspired you to work for HOPE Counseling Center?
A. As a psychology student, working in this environment has been my dream. I worked many retail jobs before my employment with HOPE, and I was happy with the various management positions th
Q. What is your name & job title at HOPE? A. Michelle Jimenez, Associate Accountant Q. What inspired you to work for HOPE? A.I have always had a desire to be a part of something that made a positive impact in the lives of others. Q. What is the most rewarding part of working at HOPE? A. The most rewarding part of being part of HOPE is knowing we are able to serve the underserved in our community, making therapy accessible to everyone. I believe everyone deserves access to men
Q. What is your name and job title? A. My name is Hayley Zacharia and I am a Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee Q. What type of therapy do you specialize in? A. I’m not sure that I have a specialty at this point. I like to believe that my primary goal is to meet the client where they are at. I do my best to hold space for a client to process, feel safe, be heard, and be given the opportunity to appropriately work through whatever is bringing them in. Each client and each i
Q: What is your name & job title/license/certifications? A: Desmond Harvey, Marriage and Family Therapist, Trainee. Q: What type of therapy do you specialize in? A: I specialize in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and incorporate other cognitive models such as CT, DBT & ACT. I feel a person’s thoughts are very impactful on the way that person feels and behaves. Q: What inspired you to become a therapist? A: I have always had a passion for helping others, however, I was in
Get to know our HOPE Therapists! Today we are featuring Natalie, Couples and Family Therapist Trainee: Q. What is your name & job title?
A. My name is Natalie Hahn. I received my B.A. in Psychology with Honors from Portland State University as well as a minor in Child and Family Studies. I am currently a M.A. student and Couples and Family Therapist trainee. Q. What type of therapy do you specialize in?
A. My style of therapy can best be described as client centered, collabor
Get to know our HOPE Therapists! Today we are featuring Shohreh, Associate Marriage and Family Therapist: Q. What is your name & job title?
A. My name is Shohreh White. I am an Associate Marriage and Family therapist and an Associate Professional Clinical Counselor. Q. What type of therapy do you specialize in?
A. I love doing CBT, Experiential therapy including Empty chair, and I am planning on doing Animal Assisted Therapy once I am licensed which is just around the corner.
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Get to know our HOPE Therapists!
Today we are featuring Jessica R., HOPE Marriage and Family Therapist Associate. Q.What type of therapy do you specialize in? A. I have some training in DBT, Gottman Level 1 for couples, some training in EFT for couples. Q. What inspired you to become a therapist?
A. I was working at a group home as a residential counselor when I realized I would rather be doing the deeper work of therapy with the group home residents. I decided I needed to go
Get to know our HOPE Therapists! Today we are featuring Susan DuBay, HOPE Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee: Q:What type of therapy do you specialize in?
A: I have been trained in Brainspotting and EMDR in addition to other modalities. I feel especially called to work with trauma as this is often the root of most difficulties. I have heard that trauma is ‘too much, too fast’ and occurs when a person feels coerced. With that in mind, I espouse a theoretical approach that i
Thank you to the Board of Behavioral Sciences for educating the community on the profession of therapy and the shared mission to ensure all Californians have the same access to quality mental health services. Link below to watch an interview of an up close look at what therapy is and the professionals that are committed to creating and sustaining healthy lives! #HopeCounselingCenter #mentalhealth #therapy
Q&A with HOPE CEO, Darlene Davis Q. How can people access mental health resources when there is a shelter in place order in CA? A. Fortunately we are able to offer what is known as “telehealth” or “teletherapy”. It is a live video/audio platform where you can meet in a private session with your therapist. This keeps clients and counselors safe and healthy. Telehealth has been utilized for many years. We can also offer therapy over the phone. What could be better than laying o
Q&A with The Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) and HOPE CEO, Darlene Davis: Q. There are certain items that people are panic-buying that is keeping store shelves empty. This includes toilet paper, hand sanitizer, flour and yeast, cleaning supplies, canned food, pasta, spray bottles, diapers, and formula. Can you tell me why people are so panicked about purchasing these items and the behavioral science behind their decisions? A. Yes when people are fearful that their basic ne