Cathy is a mental health therapist and former college professor. She listens compassionately, offers unparalleled support, and guides people to create lasting change.
Her specialty is working with adults who want to create change in their lives. Her compassion and calm demeanor providing grounding and comfort during the change process.
Sarah is a Licensed clinical social worker with over 30 years of experience as a therapist. She graduated with a BA in Sociology from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln and earned an MSW from the University of California, Berkeley. Areas of expertise include depression, anxiety, trauma, grief and loss, geriatrics, life stage issues, and adjustments causing distress. Sarah works primarily with adults and female adolescents. She has extensive experience working with PTSD, including active-duty soldiers who experienced trauma in Iraq and Afghanistan.
She views therapy as a collaborative relationship between client and therapist aimed at empowering the client to become the person they want to be. She creates a space that Is welcoming and accepting so
thoughts and feelings can be discussed in an atmosphere of safety and trust. Her client centered therapy uses psychodynamic and cognitive behavioral techniques as well as a narrative approach. Everyone has a story that is affected by their childhood, adolescent, and adult experiences in the world around them. The client and therapist work together to understand and edit the stories to move forward on a path toward wholeness. Sarah believes that regardless of what happens and what our circumstances are, we always have choices on our journey toward living our best life.
Sometimes life is hard. You find yourself struggling to manage the challenges that come your way. Just getting through the day feels overwhelming. It feels like you will break under the strain of stress of school and/or job pressures, managing conflicts with loved ones, making tough decisions, or coping with
a deep loss. Or you’re unsure about how to settle on a life path that is purposeful and joyful.
If you are looking for someone to help you navigate the rough waters of life during acute crises or issues that have burdened you for a long time, therapy can provide a lifeline that eases the way. My therapeutic process is anchored in respecting your innate knowledge and strengths while helping you manage difficult emotions and mental health issues. Most importantly, we’ll work together to help you gain new skills that enrich your daily life.
I am the co-author of the text The Human-Animal Bond and Grief.
*Under the supervision of Mary Jane Gruba, LIMHP
Katie is an art therapist and college professor, who often uses art alongside traditional therapies with clients. Art therapy can be beneficial for those that have strong verbal defenses and can aid in exploring emotions and stressors within relationships in an alternate way.
Dr. Susan Meyerle is the owner of Life Resources, LLC. She is an established author, former college professor, and therapist. Focusing on positive psychology and improving the workplace mentality, Susan facilitates trainings and speaks at various national conferences.
As a coach, author, and professional speaker, Dr. Meyerle encourages others to be their best selves. Her ethics presentations mix headline-making cases with just the right dose of humor to ensure the audience stays engaged and learns something along the way.