Family Life Counseling Center, Logo
Phone Icon (352) 988-6673

Licensed Counselors

Sandi M Burchfield, MS, LMFT, MT 3215
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist

Sandi M Burchfield

When life hurts, or challenges arise, where do you go for help? We know that all of us face various difficulties along life's way and sometimes need a little extra guidance in finding solutions. At times, even our close family members and friends are unable to provide guidance because of the difficulty to be objective. Our counselors are here for you. Since 2004, Family Life Counseling Center has been dedicated to providing assistance with marriage, family, or individual problems. Our two qualified therapists offer Christian counseling for adults, adolescents, children, couples, and families.

Wide Range of Issues:

• Grief
• Depression & Anxiety
• Divorce Recovery
• Family Issues
• Job Adjustment
• Marital Communication

• Addictions
• Eating Disorders
• Mental Health
• Self-Esteem
• Sexual Addictions

Hands-On Training

We are also a teaching facility with interns who are available to see clients at a reduced fee. These interns are marriage and family therapist and mental health counselor graduate students from local universities in the Central Florida area. They are under the supervision of Dr. Rick Adams, PhD, LMHC, MAC, CCBT.

Owner's Background

Sandi has extensive training and experience working with children and adult victims of sexual abuse, parental neglect, and domestic violence as a social worker with the Dept. of Children & Families. While working with the Lake County Schools system and ESE program, Sandi supported families who were struggling with a teenager that was oppositional defiant or had an IEP for Emotional-Behavioral Disabilities. She also has experience working with infants and toddlers who have developmental disorders (Autism, Down's Syndrome, etc.) when she was training with Early Steps at Arnold Palmer Hospital. Sandi is court approved for premarital counseling in Lake County and Orange County, and is committed to showing couples and young adults how to build relationships in healthy ways. Fox News aired and posted an article Cassandra wrote outlining how to accomplish a happy marriage in 2009.

She and her husband enjoy helping out with their church's youth ministry, and were youth pastors for 9 years. They have four young children: Madisyn, Brintlee Grace, Bryce, and Paityn. They are actively involved in their church, as well as the community's local youth athletic programs with their children.

Psychology Today Profile  More About Sandi

Krystie Moss, MA, LMHC, MH13639
Licensed Mental Health Counselor

Krystie Moss

Krystie is a licensed mental health counselor, whose background includes numerous years working with individuals with dual diagnosis, including mental health and intellectual disabilities.  She has managed a residential group home, as well as provided individual and group counseling to residents throughout the agency. She has worked with professionals at the county and state level to discuss changes in legislation and funding to benefit the ID/DD population. She has a passion for serving the population, and helping to meet the unique challenges they face.  

Krystie has used various forms of therapy in both individual and group settings in inpatient and residential settings. 

Krystie is a certified childbirth educator and birth doula. She is passionate about assisting families during this season life, including through struggles with infertility and pregnancy loss.  She has also worked with adolescents and young adults struggling with anxiety, depression, anger, and managing life transitions.


- Krystie completed her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at the State University of New York College at Old Westbury, and furthered her studies with a Masters of Arts in Professional Counseling and a Master of Arts in Theological Studies, both from Liberty University.

Eduardo E. Perez M.Ed, LMHC, MH7578
Licensed Mental Health Counselor

Eduardo E. Perez is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with over 20 years of experience. Eduardo has his Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology as well as his Master of Education: Major in Counselor Education, specialization in Mental Health Degree from Florida Atlantic University. He has worked in a variety of settings including residential behavioral and substance abuse programs for adolescents, community based programs, psychiatric hospital and in-home services. Eduardo has provided therapy for children, adolescents and their families in residential substance/behavioral programs, outpatient community based mental health, and in home outpatient therapy as well as outpatient and residential treatment for adults with co-occurring disorders. During his years of experience, Eduardo has held positions as a clinical supervisor, consultant and program coordinator.

Eduardo’s services have included individual, family and group therapy addressing issues such as adjustment issues, behavioral problems, attention deficit, depression, anxiety, oppositional defiance, co-occurring disorders, suicidal ideation and self-injurious behaviors.  He believes in a client directed approach for therapy with the focus on developing a healthy therapeutic alliance.  Having been trained in The Partners for Change Outcome Management System (PCOMS); an evidenced based practice, the client’s voice is privileged in therapy and it is utilized in collaboration with the therapist to successfully achieve the client’s therapeutic change. 

Eduardo Perez

Additionally, being bilingual, English and Spanish, Eduardo uses the client’s preferred language to provide therapeutic services. Eduardo uses an eclectic approach with clients based on their preference including, but not limited to, Client Centered Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interview, Brief Behavioral Focused Therapy and Solution Focused Therapy.

Psychology Today Profile

Yumika Sparkman MS, LCSW, SW 10791
Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Yumika Sparkman

Yumika Sparkman currently holds a license in Clinical Social Work and received a Bachelors and Master’s Degree in Social Work from Florida State University. She has experience in individual, family, and group therapy addressing many issues:  ADHD, ODD, Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, Suicidal Ideation, Bipolar Disorder, and co-occurring disorders (just to name a few). Although she has treated ages 4 and up in the past, Yumika specializes in working with ages 7 and up utilizing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Psychotherapy, and Client Centered Therapy. She has specialty in teens, due to the unique pressures and emotional changes that they experience today due to social media and mobile technology.

Yumika connects with clients easily and enjoys meeting new people. She is intrigued by the unique differences and experiences that each of us have. She was blessed to find her passion early in life and has spent at least 15 years working with individuals and families. Yumika believes that we all have had certain experiences in our lives that have shaped the way we view, interact, and experience the world. Often times, we display difficulties in coping that hinder us from reaching our full potential and enjoying life.

She believes - as Carl Rogers does - that through openness, self-disclosure, acceptance and empathy, you are able to achieve the goal of increasing your ability to cope, sustaining healthy relationships and reaching your full potential is possible.  

She is a Christian and has been married for 19 years. Yumika and her husband have 5 of the most amazing children. Throughout this time she has held several positions as a therapist, lead therapist, and program director. She has experience working with children, adolescents as well as adults in a variety of settings such as residential facilities for adolescents, in-home and in-school therapy, and community-based programs in out-patient therapy settings.

Psychology Today Profile

Susie Mulvany MS, LMHC, MH16590
Licensed Mental Health Counselor

Susie Mulvany

Susie was born and raised in a classical mid western town in a family with strong conservative values and tight family bonds. Those bonds were challenged, for Susie, at age 20 when she tragically lost her father to cancer. That trauma experience became the transition stage for Susie to take her first real steps into adulthood. Those early days, after her father’s passing, were filled with uncertainty, desperation, and pain, as Susie tried to regain her life balance in the midst of profound grief and disappointment.

Soon thereafter she met her husband and in the security of that relationship she began to regain her ability to adjust to harsh realities while still envisioning the hopes and dreams of her childhood. Though the early years of her married life were filled with many challenges, Susie had the opportunity to explore her qualities of resiliency, tenacity, and compassion. In her over 30 years of marriage Susie has honed her ability to take the good with the bad and see the possibilities that life offers, beyond the veil of its challenges. Serving as functioning missionaries in several states and foreign countries, Susie and her husband have had to adjust, sacrifice, prioritize, and practice purposeful patience as they have maneuvered the often difficult terrain of life.

During those years Susie and her husband were blessed with two children and have gained immeasurable experience attending to the physical, spiritual, academic, and relational needs of their family. Whether it was homeschooling, nurturing, disciplining, mentoring, or consoling, Susie was ever present and available to do her utmost to meet the needs of her family. Her consistency, gentleness, compassion and wisdom are among the qualities that have endeared her to her family the most. At present, Susie is now busying herself with the next generation of her family as she immerses herself in the life investment process of grand parenting her nine grandchildren.

Professionally, Susie decided, when she was 47, to return to school with the intent of becoming a mental health therapist. Undaunted by the challenges of that enterprise Susie, while working, parenting, grand parenting, and maintaining a home, graduated with her Master’s degree in psychology in 2011. During her educational process Susie worked as a therapist at a local women’s shelter where her primary clinical passions were discovered. Susie’s greatest desire, at this point in her career and life, is to assist adolescents and adults who are suffering the pain of loss, rejection, abandonment, or abuse. Susie is undaunted by the challenges of walking with clients whose lives have been too often punctuated by disappointment and fear. Whether it’s depression, anxiety, trauma, relational difficulties, spirituality, or just the common struggles of life, Susie is ready to assist her clients in the process of self discovery and healing. With her years of life experience, professional training, and earned wisdom, Susie is uniquely qualified to guide, challenge, or console her clients in that discovery process.

Psychology Today Profile

Tina Deveau, MS, LMHC, MH16159
Licensed Mental Health Counselor

Tina Deveau is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who received her master's degree in Professional Counseling from Southeastern University. She is currently in the dissertation phase of her PhD. in Counselor Education and Supervision with a specialization in Counseling and Social Change. She has experience teaching and supervising master's level counseling students. Tina has several years experience working with substance abuse and co-occurring disorders with adults and adolescents. She has worked in residential and outpatient settings. Tina has also worked in community mental health providing group, individual, family, and couples counseling. In addition, Tina worked with the homeless population providing substance abuse and trauma counseling.

Tina has training in Brainspotting, a trauma and brain-based therapy. Tina also uses Cognitive Behavioral and Dialectical Behavior Therapy interventions. She focuses on creating a judgment-free environment to foster growth and healing for all her clients. Tina follows the theory behind Brainspotting that identifies how trauma is stored in the subcortical of the brain and the trauma often triggers the fight or flight response. Often, individuals become stuck in a state of fight or flight after experiencing trauma. Through the client's visual field the trauma can be accessed and reprocessed. Once the trauma is reprocessed individuals can begin to self-regulate, and live in a state of peace.

Tina Deveau

She looks forward to working with adults, adolescents, and couples thru their journey in life.


• Trauma, including PTSD
• Anxiety Disorders
• Adjustment Disorders
• Depression
• Oppositional Defiant Disorders
• Self-Harming Behaviors
• Substance Abuse

Psychology Today Profile

Deepa Samaroo, MS, LCSW, SW 13474
Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Deepa Samaroo

Deepa Samaroo is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who received her Bachelor’s degree from University of Miami and her Master’s Degree from Barry University. She has experience working with children and adults with a wide range of disorders including Anxiety, Depression, Bipolar Disorder, and Schizophrenia. She specializes in using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Client Centered Therapy. She believes in the holistic treatment approach body, mind, and soul. She has worked as a Case manager in the hospital for five years but felt that counseling was her true passion.

In her free time, she loves to travel, go to the beach, spend time with family, and especially go to Disney. She also loves music and plays piano and loves to sing. She enjoys spending time outdoors including playing tennis and basketball. She grew up in a Christian home and is involved in the church. She hopes to bring Christian principles in speaking to her clients.

Jeffery Moore, MA, RMFTI, IMT 3144
Registered Marriage & Family Therapist Intern

Jeffrey is a passionate proponent of covenant marriage and believes that marriage was designed to be between a man and a woman. He has extensive training with couples and families helping them to navigate and alleviate their struggles. He is especially equipped in helping couples discover their “blind spots” which are hindering their growth and progress. Jeffrey approaches couples and families from a holistic perspective allowing them to see how their behaviors, thoughts, and emotions are effecting the entire system. His motto is all marriages and families have the potential for excellence when approached with love and care. Thus, his belief is that marriages and families are shaped by the expression of words, emotions, and ideas which promotes health in both the speaker and receiver.

Jeffrey has Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy from Liberty University.  He is Certified Prepare-Enrich facilitator.  But, long before having received this degree, he has been helping couples navigate their struggles by facilitating marriage courses at his local church.  He is a marriage conference host and speaker having conducted several conferences.  Before completing his latest endeavor, he spent over 25 years as a Tax and Accounting professional having held the Certified Public Accountant distinction since 2009.  He holds a Master of Taxation from Georgia State University and Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from Kennesaw State University.  His earnest belief is that he has moved from his career to his calling. 

Jeffery Moore

Jeffrey and his wife, Susan, have been married for 25 plus years and have four children and five grandchildren. Jeffrey and Susan are unique in that their marriage is blended with children from a prior relationship. Thus, Jeffrey understands the complexity and challenges blended families can present.

Rachel Curry, MS, LMHC, MH 16757
Licensed Mental Health Counselor

Rachel Curry

Rachel Curry is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who received her master's degree in Mental Health Counseling from Stetson University. She also has her Play Therapy Certificate and is a Registered Play Therapist. Rachel has several years of experience working with children and trauma, grief and loss, and individuals with special needs. Rachel has worked in community mental health as well as school, home, and hospice settings. In addition to Play Therapy, Rachel has training in Sand Tray, a trauma and expressive arts therapy. She has worked with low income families and foster care families. She focuses on creating a safe, accepting and healing environment as she walks with client’s and their families through their personal journeys.

Everyone’s journey is important and through each personal story, there are lessons and tears, but there is also beauty. Rachel has a heart for those who are hurting, those who have experienced loss, those who need help finding hope and healing. Through her personal journey, she has had the honor to walk with those who have experienced a loss of a loved one, who have been hurt by people they trusted, and who have experienced trauma and not sure how to move forward.

Joining with each person and honoring their story is the first step for healing and growth to take place. Rachel is a foster parent and an advocate for parents who have foster or biological children dealing with Mood Disorders, PTSD, Reactive Attachment Disorders, as well as Divorce and Blended Families challenges. Rachel is a role model for others who have Cerebral Palsy, as she is a walking testimony of what sheer determination looks like when people have a supportive network of family, friends, and therapists to help them overcome any challenges that life throws at them.

Christopher T. Adams, M.S. MS, LMHC, MH7171

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

Chris has over 20 years working with groups and individuals of all ages since he retired as an officer from the U.S. Navy. He has worked with court ordered adolescents in dual-diagnosed drug/alcohol and mental health programs, and in the school system, and facilitates corporate and community groups in teambuilding and communications programs. He has worked in an inpatient hospital settings and in private practice with adults and has worked with many families with behavioral and cognitive issues. Chris is a master practitioner of Neuro-linguistics (NLP), and experienced in neuro-semantics, and hypnotherapy and has worked to heal phobias, traumas, and resolving grief. Chris has life experience and skills in working with adults and youths over 7 y/o in coping skills, anger management, conflict resolution for families and couples, depression, anxiety, abuse issues, and professional coaching issues.

Chris has his Master of Science in Counseling and Psychology, and in Management from Troy State University, and his undergraduate degree is in Mechanical Engineering. Chris is known as the peaceful warrior as a Master Sensei in martial and healing arts and has decades of experience teaching adults and youths.

Chris Adams

Registered Interns with Provisional License

Jacqueline Brown - Family Life Counseling MS, RMHCI, IMH 16012
Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern

Jacqueline Brown

We are not meant to live life alone. We are not meant to struggle alone either. Jacqueline Brown believes that deep healing and change takes place when one sits with another through life’s struggles. She is passionate about partnering with children, adolescents, adults and their families as they get to the root of their brokenness and gain wholeness in their circumstances. However, life is not just about the absence of struggle, but the presence of joy, as well. She believes in journeying with each client to the process back to an inner joy and fullness of life.

Jacqueline incorporates expressive arts into her sessions to unlock deeper experiences in one’s healing, identity and purpose. She seeks to come alongside her clients as they walk through depression, anxiety, trauma, self-care, life adjustment, and relational, self-esteem and identity issues. Jacqueline is also interested in the restoration of life for those coming out of human sex-trafficking and has taken Florida Abolitionist training and attended the Florida Human Trafficking Summit. No matter the client, Jacqueline’s goal is not only to provide support during the struggle, but to encourage each client on his or her path toward a thriving, exciting life.

In her free time, Jacqueline enjoys reading, doing arts and crafts, and catching up on all things Star Wars. She enjoys playing board games with family and friends and going to the beach and Disney.


Jacqueline graduated with her Bachelors in Psychology from University of Central Florida. She continued her calling by pursuing her Masters in Counseling from Palm Beach Atlantic University. Additionally, she has received training in Play Therapy, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Trust Based Relational Interventions ® (TBRI ®).

Psychology Today Profile

Mary Reyes - Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern

Mary Reyes

Mary Reyes is a Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern with a Master’s Degree in Counseling and Psychology from Troy University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from the University of Florida. Mary is fluent in Spanish and knowledgeable in American Sign Language. While working in a community-based agency and in a school-based environment, she realized her passion for working with adolescents and adults.

Mary believes in a person-centered holistic approach, working collaboratively with her clients to come up with the best plan of care for them. She also utilizes CBT techniques, motivational interviewing, and solution-focused therapy. Mary enjoys working with individuals who are struggling with depression, anxiety, phase of life transitions, and those who are questioning their identity.

Always feeling a connection to children and to the helping profession, becoming a counselor was something Mary dreamed about for years. She now feels empowered to do the work she was always meant to do. She has found her life’s purpose. When she is not at work, Mary spends her free time with her family and their dog, Odie. She also enjoys spending time in nature, exercising, meditating, reading, traveling, and working on puzzles.

Jennifer Geneus MS, RMHCI, IMH 15509
Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern

Jennifer loves to see people do well. What does this mean? She wants to see people discover who they really are, and walk in it; she believes this is what is missing, that if people can just figure this out, figure out their voice, then they can thrive. She believes in coming alongside you in your journey.

In her journey towards counseling, she began as a case manager, wanting to get her foot in the door to help others. She soon discovered that this was not enough, that in order to see people do well, they had to begin that journey towards discovery on their own. She believes that doing it alone can become overwhelming. So, counseling provides the vehicle in which she can assist you in creating goals and finding language for where you are, in order to achieve your outcome. 

Born as a first generation Haitian-American, she has had to grapple with what it means to be black, Haitian, and American, because of this, she values culture and learning.

She enjoys working with individuals with depression, anxiety, phase of life problems, self-esteem, transitioning adults, social skills, identity, and adults questioning their spirituality. 

Jennifer Geneus

She has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology from the University of South Florida, a Master of Science in Counseling Psychology from Palm Beach Atlantic University and a Master of Arts in Pastoral Counseling from Evangelical Episcopal University.

Chanchal “Nammi” Tandon, MS, RMFTI, IMT 2880
Registered Marriage & Family Therapist Intern

Nammi has a Bachelor’s of Psychology from Eastern Michigan University, Masters of Marriage and Family Therapy from Capella University, Certificate of Couple and Family Systems and a Certificate of Pre-Marriage Counseling.  She has led Book groups for women for 30 years and is an avid reader.  Nammi is a culturally competent counselor who is cognizant to the different nuances of this diverse state of Florida. She has worked with Salvation Army Homeless Shelter for Women.  Nammi is also a life-coach and motivator. 

She loves to empower her clients with ways of using different coping skills. By teaching clients different tools, and giving them hope, they go on to tackle their situations with confidence and skills that they use throughout life.  Using methods of Mindfulness and Solution Focused Brief Therapy, and Emotional-Focused Therapy, Nammi is able to help empower others to regain perspective & purpose within themselves and their relationships. 

There will come a time in our lives when we will need someone that can lend us a life raft when we find ourselves drifting further and further out to sea.  Oftentimes, an objective person is needed to understand our situation when we lose sight and feel hopeless. You are not alone! We are all children of God and it is why we go through this journey together.   There was a similar time in Nammi’s life when an angel in the form of a therapist came and helped her make sense of her personal pain and suffering.   She offers a non-judgmental, non-confrontational,  and very calm atmosphere for each of her clients.

Nammi Tandon

Nammi is a mother of 4 grown children and three four-legged fur babies.  She loves biking, music, cooking, meditation, and love literature of all kinds. She comes from a very spiritual background with a very strong belief in God and family values. 

Life Transitions
Divorce, Separation, & Reconciliation
Premarital Counseling (Court Approved)
Blended Families
Anger Management
Teenage Female Education/Empowerment
Marriage challenges

Psychology Today Profile

Diana L. Oxford, IMH 15203
Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern

Diana L. Oxford

I believe at some point in life most everyone encounters roadblocks of various types that hinder their forward movement and ability to enjoy life and relationships. When those times come, we need someone to walk along side of us with care and compassion to help us overcome the obstacles that have us stuck. I am passionate about coming along side of those who dare to enter their pain and take the journey to healing and more effective and abundant life.

I consider it one of the most sacred jobs on earth to be invited into the inner world and pain of others and to provide the safe, caring, and compassionate relationship they need to overcome the roadblocks hindering their healing, growth, and deeper enjoyment of life and relationships.

I believe that good and effective counseling occurs through an integration of psychology and theology. My approach to counseling is based on a warm relational style, is grace oriented, and directed by the Holy Spirit, which reflects a biblical model of relationship, healing and growth. Just as our wounds and the places we get stuck arise out of relationship, our healing, freedom and growth are fostered in healthy, caring, and grace-oriented relationships. With that said, I am sensitive to and deeply respectful of the faith preferences and personal beliefs and of others.

I enjoy working with adults, couples and groups. My specialties are trauma, sexual abuse, anxiety and depression, identity and gender issues, and serious illness/chronic pain. I am trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) Therapy, which is highly effective with anxiety, depression, PTSD, and trauma-related issues. It is also shown to be effective with chronic pain and anxiety around serious illnesses, such as cancer.

I also have years of state-side and cross-cultural ministry experience and enjoy working with those in ministry leadership, debriefing missionaries, etc, as well.

In my spare time, I love to ride my Harley Davidson Heritage Classic. I also volunteer with Ribbon Riders, a group of female motorcycle riders who raise funds to provide financial assistance for breast cancer patients. I also love kayaking, hiking, gardening, cooking, traveling and spending time with my friends and family.


I hold a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Grace College & Seminary and am currently working to pursue licensure in the State of Florida. My undergraduate degree is a B.S. in Cross-Cultural Studies & Counseling from Toccoa Falls Colleges.

Rebecca N Roberson, MSW, ISW 13055

Rebecca N Roberson, MSW, ISW 13055

Ms. Rebecca has always had a heart for others. In her 30’s, she was inspired to take a leap of faith and pursue additional education and graduate training in Social Work with an interest in clinical practice. She graduated with her Master’s Degree in Social Work and is in the process of fulfilling requirements for licensure. This was, in part, through experience as a foster parent recognizing the deep need for quality care. Her education concentration focused primarily on children and families with additional course work in Gerontology and Medical Terminology. She understands poverty, abuse, depression, anxiety, stress, feelings of inadequacy, suicidal ideations, addiction, dysfunctional codependency, divorce, elder care issues, disabilities, death & grieving. Ms. Rebecca believes in a holistic, comprehensive systems approach to healing and wellness. 

She grew up in a large family and is a first-generation Florida native, born and raised in Clermont. Years of personal life experience has taught her the importance of finding balance and peace.

They say, “What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger” … and more empathic. Some of the healthy outlets Ms. Rebecca enjoys that help her maintain a balanced, joyful life are singing, art, DIY projects, cooking, outdoor activities, and, most importantly, faith, hope, and love for her family and friends.


• Child Protective Services
• Disability Advocacy
• Dysfunctional Co-Dependency
• Hospice & Grief Counseling
• Special Education & IEP support
• Addictions

Music Producer

Mandy Rose

Mandy Rose is an artist, musician and producer based in Orlando. Born in New York and raised in Florida, she first started singing at the young age of 7 and playing the guitar/keys at 12. Growing up in a musical family is where she got her humble beginnings and she learned to play multiple instruments and produce music by teaching herself. She realized early on just how healing music can be for the soul of a teenager. "When I was 13 yrs old, I was in a dark place in my life where only God and music got me through it. It was hard feeling so different from everyone around me, but I realized the passions that God gave me and the intuition he placed in me at a young age were going to make a difference in my life and the lives of others.”

Mandy's passion is to help the youth of this new generation understand themselves and discover their passions through music and motivation. Music is the one thing that does not have permission to enter your ears or your soul.

Mandy Rose

Having goals and hobbies to look forward to is the key in helping a generation of young adults live out their best lives in a healthy and fun way! "I want the young people to know that they're not alone and that being true to their organic selves is what will bring them long term joy and freedom."

Master's Level Interns

Jeff Brooks

Jeff Brooks

Lauren Ciervo

Lauren Ciervo

Nicoletta Whiteman

Nicoletta Whiteman

Corey Johnson

Corey Johnson

Kevin Berry

Kevin Berry

Rick Itwaru

Rick Itwaru

Office Manager

Damaris Reveron

Damaris Reveron

Billing Specialist

Alexis Mason

Alexis Mason