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
By Darlene Davis, LMFT, LPCC CEO/President, HOPE Counseling Therapists have spent almost a year meeting with clients via Zoom, Doxyme, and other telehealth platforms. As therapists (and clients) have navigated this new way of conducting therapy, we have gently supported and encouraged our clients to “hang in there”, and that we will “all get through this”. We helped to pull our clients out of depression, gave techniques to calm their anxiety, and worked hard to keep relations
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