Katrina Ramos is a License Marriage and Family Therapist ( LMFT). She is a caring Christian therapist specializing in trauma and anxiety. She has 15 years of experience helping people realize their best self. Her philosophy is simple: Now is the time to change your mind.
Your journey to healing depends on two things: a relationship built on trust, and guidance to help you find your purpose. Focusing on both mind and body, Katrina facilitates whole change by helping you unlock those things from the past that block healing. When you learn to change your mind about who you are, and begin to see the truth, healing begins.
Katrina is EMDR trained and has received additional expert training and numerous certificates. A psychology professor at Pepperdine University, Katrina is also pursuing her Ph.D. She maintains a private practice in Riverside & Rancho Cucamonga, California.
Melishia Phillips is a Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AMFT)
Are you ready for a change, questioning your reasons for living? Are you ready to come face to face with the authentic you? Ready to do the work to uncover and heal those broken areas of your life that you have been entertaining for far too long? Are you dealing with feelings of being overwhelmed by anxiety, shame, extreme sadness, self-medicating or dealing with intrusive thoughts? Let me partner with you on this journey to discovery of these unanswered questions and ultimately emotional healing.
At The Counseling Center, I work with various ages ranging from children and adolescent individuals to adults, couples, and families. My therapeutic approach is holistic, integrating multiple therapeutic modalities. I am also creative in my individualized approach, incorporating a variety of techniques depending upon the preferences of my clients, including art therapy, play therapy, aromatherapy, guided meditation, deep breathing exercises, journaling, dream work, and much more.
Am I the therapeutic professional for you (or your child)? In psychotherapy, I seek to partner with you towards emotional healing. As your mental health therapist, my objective is to be authentic and genuine, actively listen to your concerns and support you through your transformation as you reach your personal goals. I am committed to your healing and development into a healthier, more complete version of you, based upon your needs and desires. My mission is to Engage, Educate, Encourage & Empower others on their journey.
James H. Phillips Sr. is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AMFT)
I am a Christian and Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist with over 20 years in the mental health field in multiple capacities. I received my Bachelor of Science Degree from Kaplan University, Master of Arts in Psychology at Kaplan University, and a Master of Arts in Psychology with an emphasis on Marriage and Family Therapy from Azusa Pacific University. I have had extensive training with at risk youth and adolescent as well as with adults and addiction. In addition to the previous mentioned population, I have experience working with families, couples, and individuals with a variety of diagnoses and presenting problems such as Bipolar, depression, anxiety, Trauma, ADHD, Adjustment Disorder, OCD and Conduct Disorder to name a few.
At The Counseling Center, I strive to foster an experience of safety, trust, and partnership as we work together towards change. I pride myself on having a "whatever it takes" holistic approach, integrating multiple therapeutic modalities catered to the needs of the client. I utilize different techniques based upon my client's preference which includes but is not limited to art therapy, play therapy, aromatherapy, guided meditation, deep breathing exercises, journaling, dream work, and much more.
I am compassionate, resourceful, and patient and I am willing to guide you through this chapter of your life towards discovery and healing. It is important that my clients understand that I am joining with you on the journey and exploration of healing, brokenness, empowerment, and overall positive mental health development in effort to increase personal and interpersonal growth while remaining authentic, purposeful, and true to who you are. In joining with you, my hope is to engage you where you are and endure the journey alongside you in a safe environment so that you may embrace healing, forgiveness, peace, and wholeness.
Brittany Jenkins is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT). Brittany has an eclectic approach to counseling and building rapport with her clients. She recognizes the importance of a tailored, individualized counseling approach for each client. She draws on multiple theoretical frameworks: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, and Person-Centered Therapy. She also takes an integrative approach within the family system.
Furthermore, she enjoys working with various clientele, including children, teens, and adults. Brittany wants to help everyone discover their authentic self while taking the courage to explore their TRUE identity. Brittany also enjoys working with underserved youths. She is also the founder of “Teens Next Door: A Clubhouse for Wellness” for underserved youths. Furthermore, Brittany enjoys cooking and creating specialty dishes, which bolsters her love of traveling the world to experience different cultures.
Brittany received her BA in Psychology from Towson University and dual master’s degree in Counseling Psychology and Forensic Psychology, respectively. She is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Forensic Psychology. Brittany has seven years of experience working in crisis intervention and working with clients battling: schizophrenia, major depressive disorder, anxiety, substance use/and abuse, bipolar disorder, identity issues, grief, and adjustment disorder.
Molly Finn is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) who is passionate about helping individuals create desired change in their lives while developing self-compassion and self-acceptance. Her therapeutic approach is both warm and challenging to create a safe relationship that allows for exploration of what is causing pain or struggle, resulting in greater clarity and peace.
Molly works from a client centered approach and utilizes a variety of modalities including Brainspotting, Cognitive-Behavioral, Psychodynamic, Family Systems, and Narrative Therapy to help individuals heal, grow, and live more authentically.