Community Counseling Services

Schedule with a therapist below or call us at (877) 412-8031

Choosing the right therapist is an important decision, and one that requires competence, trust, and "goodness of fit".  Please take the time to meet our therapists who are ready to support your counseling needs. Wellness Together, a California 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, provides a sliding scale based on income and is available to all clients.

*The therapy services on this page are available to community members and not associated with School-Based Mental Health Services.


Jeremiah Aja.jpg
Jeremiah Aja, M.A., M.Div., APCC, is a Registered Associate Professional Clinical Counselor (APCC #4753) and is registered with the California Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS). He has over eighteen years experience working with teens and eight years of experience working with adults and couples.

His focus as a therapist is to serve his clients by walking alongside them, offering a trusting and judgment-free connection through all of the ups and downs that life may include. For many of us, it can be difficult and uncomfortable to walk into a therapist’s office and share our thoughts and feelings, especially if they are upsetting to us. Jeremiah understands this and is especially gifted in connecting with people in order to support them. His framework for therapeutic work is, “At some point in each of our lives, we will need someone to walk with us for awhile. Therapy is about me walking with you.” Jeremiah utilizes a Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Narrative, and Psychodynamic approach to work with teens and adults experiencing low self-esteem, grief, anxiety, depression, codependency, major life transitions, self-harm, and leadership and spirituality issues. He holds a B.A. in Leadership from William Jessup University, a Master's degree from Asbury Theological Seminary, and a M.A. in Psychology from Brandman University. Jeremiah is also available to meet with clients at the Midtown Sacramento location or provide online Telehealth Therapy services to California residents. Please contact him for more information.

Jeremiah is not accepting new clients at this time.

Phone Contact: (916) 905-6086

E-mail: jeremiah@wellnesstogether.org

Supervised by: Carla Stone, LMFT #51743
John Branderhorst, LMFT #42823

50-Minute Therapy Session, In-office or Secure Online Video
Session fee is based on a sliding scale of $65-$110, detailed at bottom of page.


Jessica Butler, M.A., is an Associate Application Pending as a Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT) and a Professional Clinical Counselor (PCC). She earned her Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice (emphasis in Forensic Psychology) from Purdue University Global (formerly Kaplan University), and has completed her Master of Arts in Psychology (emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy) from California Southern University. She currently serves as a Mental Health Specialist in a school-based setting, providing individual therapy, group therapy, and family engagement sessions.

Jessica provides a safe, comfortable, and judgment-free environment for her clients and believes in the importance of a strong therapeutic relationship. She is warm and compassionate, taking pride in empowering her clients to improve their overall mental wellness through trust, courage, and an open-mind. Sometimes life can be challenging and we might need support and guidance on improving our overall level of happiness, confidence, and well-being. Jessica hopes to be that person who can be there to provide encouragement along your path, and congratulate you in your accomplishments as well as provide direction during your setbacks. Jessica utilizes a variety of evidence-based therapeutic approaches, tailoring the approach to complement each of her clients' needs. She is accepting couples, families, and individual clients (adults, adolescents, and children). She welcomes you to allow her to join you on your path to wellness and self-care.

"There is something you must always remember... You are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think." ~ Christopher Robin


Phone Contact (916) 778-0355

Email: jessica@wellnesstogether.org

Supervised by: Marlon Morgan, LPCC #795, John Branderhorst, LMFT #42823

50-Minute Therapy Session, In-office or Secure Online Video
Session fee is $65-$110. Sliding scale below.


Archana Chatkara, M.A., is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AMFT #99941) and is registered with the California Board of Behaviorial Sciences (BBS). Her educational background consists of a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from UC Santa Cruz and a Master’s degree in Psychology (with an emphasis in Marriage & Family Therapy) from Brandman University.

For the last several years, she has provided counseling services with passion, curiosity, and enthusiasm, and has experience working with a variety of topics including but not limited to couples counseling, self-esteem, anxiety, depression, life transitions, multicultural, & social-justice related issues. Archana considers herself an eclectic therapist, drawing from a multitude of therapeutic approaches to suit her clients’ unique needs and abilities. She believes that establishing a safe therapeutic relationship is paramount to the success of therapy.

"I consider myself fortunate to join you on your journey, walking alongside you during the peaks and valleys of life. Although therapy sometimes involves difficult discussions, I strive to create an empathetic and nonjudgmental space to safely explore with you, highlighting your strengths and successes along the way. I recognize the courage it takes to seek help, and my hope is that I can assist in empowering you to see your own strength as we work collaboratively towards growth – whatever that may mean for you.”

Phone Contact: (916) 905-6086

E-mail: archana@wellnesstogether.org

Supervised by: Marlon Morgan, LPCC #795
John Branderhorst, LMFT #42823

50-Minute Therapy Session, In-office or Secure Online Video
Session fee is based on a sliding scale of $65-$110, detailed at bottom of page.


Maria Gallardo
Maria Gallardo, M.S., PPS, is an Associate Professional Clinical Counselor (APCC #1180), and is registered with the California Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS). Are you going through some challenges and passing through some some life difficulties? There are times in our lives when life can seem overwhelming and we need to get some extra support. Maria will provide a safe, non-judgmental and compassionate environment for you to experience hope and healing. She will work together with you to develop therapeutic goals in order to find what works best for you. Maria’s worked with adolescents, teens, adults and seniors from diverse backgrounds. Her experience includes working with people on issues related to individual growth, relationships, life transitions, grief, loss, anxiety, depression, self-harm, trauma, abuse, co-dependency, anger, self-esteem, parenting, and helping clients reach their personal goals.

Maria is also bilingual and able to work with Spanish speaking clients. Please contact Maria to schedule an appointment.
Phone Contact: (916) 741-0154

E-mail: maria@wellnesstogether.org

50-Minute Therapy Session, In-office or Secure Online Video
Session fee is based on a sliding scale of $65-$110, detailed at bottom of page.


Denise Gee.JPG
Denise Gee, is a Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee. She will receive her M.A. in Marriage and Family Therapy and Professional Clinical Counseling at Brandman University in Fall 2018. She obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a focus on Lifespan Development from William Jessup University. Denise has over four years of applicable experience including working as a school based therapist, individual counseling, and coaching couple’s communication classes. Therapy provides people a safe place to be their true selves without fearing judgment. It is an opportunity to look deeper into oneself for personal healing, insight, and growth. Denise’s goal is to allow clients to feel safe and comfortable in order to share their life, heal from their hurt, and grow into a healthier and better version of themself. Denise enjoys working with a variety of clients including individuals, families, couples, and children. She utilizes and customizes the therapeutic approach to best fit her client’s need. Denise is eager to partner with clients who are ready to make a change and achieve their life goals.

“In my early professional years I was asking the question: How can I treat, or cure, or change this person? Now I would phrase the question in this way: How can I provide a relationship which this person may use for their own personal growth?”  Carl R. Rogers

“Courage doesn’t happen when you have all the answers. It happens when you are ready to face the questions you have been avoiding your whole life.” Shannon L. Alder

Denise is not accepting new clients at this time.

Phone Contact: (916) 581-1799

E-mail: denise@wellnesstogether.org

Supervised by: Marlon Morgan, LPCC #795
John Branderhorst, LMFT #42823

50-Minute Therapy Session, In-office or Secure Online Video
Session fee is based on a sliding scale of $65-$110, detailed at bottom of page.


Alyssa Goudge, M.A., is an Associate Professional Clinical Counselor (APCC #6441) and is registered with the California Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) and is also licensed as a Licensed Professional Counselor (C. 1801304) by the Ohio Counselor, Social Work and Marriage and Family Therapy Board (CSWMFT). Her educational background consists of a Bachelor’s in psychology from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania and a dual Master’s degree in Counseling and Art Therapy from Ursuline College.

Whether a client needs support through a trying situation or moving towards positive self-growth and healing Alyssa’s goal is to create a setting where the client feels safe, supported, encouraged and empowered to do so. Alyssa utilizes an eclectic treatment approach dependent on the specific needs of the client. Approaches include Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy, Gestalt Therapy, Mindfulness-Based Therapy and utilizes a Humanistic and Systemic approach. Art therapy may be used in session with client’s consensus as a therapeutic outlet, form of psychotherapy, or method of communication for children, adolescents or adults who may struggle to put thoughts and feelings into words or feel more comfortable communicating non-verbally.

Alyssa has experience working in individual and group settings with children, adolescents, and adults helping to cope with anger, grief, anxiety, depression and self-esteem as well as LGBTQ+A, self-harm, major life transitions, military family and life challenges, and trauma. She believes each individual is both capable and deserving of reaching their full potential and welcomes the opportunity to walk beside you through this time of growth and healing.

Phone Contact (916) 587-1826

Email: alyssa@wellnesstogether.org

Supervised by: Marlon Morgan, LPCC #795, John Branderhorst, LMFT #42823, Carla Stone, LMFT #51743

50-Minute Therapy Session, In-office or Secure Online Video
Session fee is $65-$110. Sliding scale below.


Courtney Giardina
Courtney Giardina, M.A., LMFT, is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT #114283), and is registered with the California Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS). Her educational background includes a Bachelor’s degree from California State University, Sacramento and a Master’s degree in Psychology (Marriage and Family Therapy and Professional Clinical Counseling emphasis) from Brandman University. Treatment approaches include Mindfulness-Based Therapy (MBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solution-Focused Therapy (SFBT), Narrative, Motivational Interviewing, Eclectic, Family/Marital Systems and Humanistic. Courtney is accepting individuals, families, and adolescents. She also has a background of working as a an EMT first responder.

Whether you’re looking for support and guidance through a challenging situation or you’re just ready to move in a new direction in your life, therapy can empower you to reach your goals and full potential. Courtney's primary goal is to create a supportive and caring environment for you to explore your thoughts and feelings in order to achieve your therapeutic goals. She believes that everyone has the potential for positive self-growth and healing. Utilizing a variety of therapy styles, she offers a personalized approach to tailor your sessions to your needs. Courtney believes that the relationship between client and therapist is one of the most important elements for the success of therapy, so it is important to find someone who feels right for you. Courtney is also available to provide online Telehealth Therapy services to anyone who resides within California. Please contact her for more details.

Courtney is not accepting new clients at this time.

Phone Contact: (916) 251-9199

E-mail: courtney@wellnesstogether.org

50-Minute Therapy Session, In-office or Secure Online Video
Session fee is based on a sliding scale of $65-$110, detailed at bottom of page.


MIchelle+Grebe.jpg
Michelle Grebe is a Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee who is completing her M.A. in Counseling Psychology at William Jessup University She earned her Bachelor's degree in Psychology and has over 25 years experience working with children and adults. She is certified in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Cognitive Behavioral Intervention in Schools (CBITS), Parent-Child Interactive Therapy (PCIT), and is a Prepare/Enrich Marriage Facilitator.

Michelle has a genuine empathy that spans the generations. She is currently a Mental Health Specialist for school children and has previous experience with grief and loss for families and patients on Hospice. Michelle believes, "Success as a therapist is not found in doing something for the client, but rather in being someone for the client." Her Person-Centered approach seeks a safe place to process and heal.

Phone Contact (530) 492-5585

E:mail: michelle@wellnesstogether.org

Supervised by: Marlon Morgan, LPCC #795, John Branderhorst, LMFT #42823, Carla Stone, LMFT #51743, Samantha Perkins, LMFT #93653

50-Minute Therapy Session, In-office or Secure Online Video
Session fee is based on a sliding scale of $65-$110, detailed at bottom of page.


Amber Hazen.jpg
Amber Hazen is a passionate and caring Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee who is finishing up her Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology at William Jessup University. She has 15 years of experience working with individuals and couples dealing with major life transitions, anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, codependency, relational issues, career challenges, workplace stress, trauma, and religious/church issues. Amber offers a caring, connected, supportive, non-judgmental approach to therapy that facilities personal growth and healing in a safe and confidential environment. She utilizes a variety of modalities tailored to fit your specific needs which may include Person-Centered, Emotion-Focused, SFBT, Mindfulness-Based, Narrative, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. She believes everyone deserves health and happiness and she wants you to reach your fullest potential to live the best life imaginable. Amber will come alongside you to help you find hope, freedom and learn to THRIVE not just survive!

Please call or email Amber to book your session.
Phone contact: (530) 395-4922

Email: amber@wellnesstogether.org

Supervised by: Marlon Morgan, LPCC #795
Samantha Perkins, LMFT # 93653

50-Minute Therapy Session, In-office or Secure Online Video
Session fee is based on a sliding scale of $65-$110, detailed at bottom of page.


Dorothy+Hilleary.jpg
Dorothy Hilleary, MBA, is a Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee, will receive her M.A. in Marriage and Family Therapy and Professional Clinical Counseling from Western Seminary in Fall 2019. Dorothy is passionate about helping children, adolescents, and adults find hope and healing, and thrive emotionally, mentally, and spiritually. Often life’s wounds and disappointments can keep us feeling stuck or emotionally crippled. Dorothy desires to see individuals live abundantly with deeper joy and purpose, and enjoy connected, fulfilling relationships.

Dorothy’s counseling experience includes working with children and adolescents as a mental health specialist in schools, and she has mentored women for more than 20 years in ministry settings. Dorothy has experience in treating depression, anxiety, relationship issues, grief and loss, parenting issues, life transitions, and vocational goals. Dorothy works from an integrative framework, embracing evidence-based approaches tailored to the individual’s needs. As a wife and mother, Dorothy also offers life experience and wisdom, and empathy and understanding in marriage and parenting issues.

Prior to entering the counseling field, Dorothy held marketing management positions with Silicon Valley-based software companies, She holds a B.S. in Journalism from the University of Kansas, and M.B.A. from Middlebury. For fun, she enjoys British TV, jogging, hiking, and outdoor concerts.

Phone Contact: (916) 235-3127

Email: dorothy@wellnesstogether.org

Supervised by: John Branderhorst, LMFT #42823, Carla Stone, LMFT #51743

50-Minute Therapy Session, In-office or Secure Online Video
Session fee is $65-$110. Sliding scale below.


Serge V. Koblik, M.A., PPS, is an Associate Professional Clinical Counselor (APCC #4271) who has nearly 10 years of experience working with individuals of all ages in varying capacities and roles. Serge graduated with a Master’s degree in School Psychology from Sacramento State University. He also completed Bachelor’s degrees in Psychology and Ministerial Studies. Serge strongly believes in the effectiveness of a therapeutic relationship and empowers his clients by providing a safe, judgment-free environment where his therapeutic technique can be client-centered, solution-focused and often eclectic to fit the ever-evolving needs of his clients. He is trained in Psychodynamic psychotherapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, Humanistic and Holistic therapy approaches. He also believes in using relaxation, art, spirituality, play and humor as powerful therapy tools in conjunction with his approaches mentioned above. Serge helps clients dealing with anxiety, anger, stress, depression, loss, workplace stress, substance abuse, career counseling, parenting education, children with special needs, relationship issues and others. Serge also works as a School Psychologist for the Special Education Department of a local school district. During his free time Serge enjoys playing with his dog, skiing, basketball and spending time with his wife and son. His personal and professional topics of interest maintain to be Animal Assisted Therapy, social-emotional learning in schools, latest research on the neurology behind traumatic brain injury and systemic mental health movement in American society. “There are many ways of getting strong, sometimes talking is the best way.” -Andre Agassi

Phone Contact: (916) 520-4473

E-mail: serge@wellnesstogether.org

Supervised by: Marlon Morgan, LPCC #795
John Branderhorst, LMFT #42823

50-Minute Therapy Session, In-office or Secure Online Video
Session fee is based on a sliding scale of $65-$110, detailed at bottom of page.


Brinn Langdale, M.A., is a Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (#111337). She graduated with her Master’s degree in Psychology (Marriage and Family Therapy) from Brandman University. She received her Bachelor’s degree from Sonoma State University, double majoring in Environmental Studies and Cultural Geography.

Whether you are going through a difficult time in life, or are wanting to make some changes in your life, or simply just want someone to talk to, I am here to support you on your journey. In session I lend a compassionate ear, offer feedback and skill-building techniques, while incorporating a wide variety of holistic tools for personal-growth. I believe that all people truly know what is best for them, so I provide a safe space to explore what those possibilities might look like and help to uncover the passionate, purposeful you.

Over the last 10 years I have been an educator, a facilitator, a coach, a student, and most recently, a Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist. I have worked both individually, and in groups, with children, teens, young adults and adults. I've hosted teen-leadership conferences and workshops on topics such as anxiety, depression, self-esteem, trauma, addiction, LGBTQ topics, communication, healthy relationships, and mindfulness. I use therapeutic approaches such as Cognitive Based Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness-Based Therapy (MBT), Person-Center Therapy (PCT), Psychodynamic, and Humanistic. I truly am passionate about my work and look forward to collaborating with you.

Phone Contact: (916) 750-5623

E-mail: brinn@wellnesstogether.org

Supervised by: Carla Stone, LMFT #51743
John Branderhorst, LMFT #42823

50-Minute Therapy Session, In-office or Secure Online Video
Session fee is based on a sliding scale of $65-$110, detailed at bottom of page.


Gabriel Leporati.JPG
Gabriel Leporati, M.S., PPS, is an Associate Professional Clinical Counselor (#4090) who has nearly 10 years of experience working with youth and adults in supportive roles. Gabriel graduated a Master’s degree in Psychology from Sacramento State University.

“Every interaction is an opportunity to reaffirm individuals of their infinite worth, simply because of who they are as a person. I love being a therapist because of my passion and love for people. Together we can learn strategies to overcome any challenge.”

Gabriel understands that connecting in a non-judgmental, safe therapeutic relationship can help a person through difficult circumstances and strengthen their ability to reach their goals. Gabriel helps create positive change for clients looking overcome challenges relating to anger, grief, anxiety, stress, depression, low self-esteem, academic success, spiritual beliefs, LGBTQ+, and those transitioning into college life. He uses a Person-Centered Therapy approach paired with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, as well as mindfulness techniques.

Gabe is not currently accepting new clients.

Phone Contact: (916) 741-0192

E-mail: gabriel@wellnesstogether.org

Supervised by: Marlon Morgan, LPCC #795
John Branderhorst, LMFT #42823

50-Minute Therapy Session, In-office or Secure Online Video
Session fee is based on a sliding scale of $65-$110, detailed at bottom of page.


Shana Mattson, M.A., is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AMFT #94079) registered with the California Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS). She completed her B.A. at Mount Holyoke College with a major in Anthropology and a minor in Latin American Studies, and graduated from the University of Massachusetts Boston with a M.S. in Family Therapy. As a therapist, Shana’s goal in working with clients is to create a safe, honest space for the exploration of clients’ needs, whether that be growth, change, or healing. In order to support clients as they work towards their goals, she utilizes a variety of therapeutic approaches and customizes the plan to fit clients’ unique needs and strengths. Shana has experience working in issues such as: anxiety/depression; grief; major life transitions; parenting challenges; LGBTQ issues; relationship challenges; pregnancy, prenatal, and postpartum issues; cross-cultural and multicultural issues; military life issues; and trauma, including sexual assault and abuse. Shana is also available to provide online Telehealth Therapy services to anyone who resides within California. Please contact her for more details.

Shana is not currently accepting new clients.

Phone Contact: (916) 407-5595

E-mail: shana@wellnesstogether.org

Supervised by: Marlon Morgan, LPCC #795
John Branderhorst, LMFT #42823

50-Minute Therapy Session, In-office or Secure Online Video
Session fee is based on a sliding scale of $65-$110, detailed at bottom of page.


Shavontae McCants, is a Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee. She will receive her M.A. in Marriage and Family Therapy and Professional Clinical Counseling from Brandman University in the Summer of 2019. She completed a bachelor’s degree in Social Science from Brandman University in 2015 with concentrations in Psychology, Sociology and Criminal Justice. Shavontae was medically retired from the United States Air Force after serving her country for three years and is excited to give back to her community.

As someone who has gone through a life-changing event, she is passionate about supporting others to overcome challenges related to major life-transitions, coping with a chronic illness, depression, anxiety, stress, anger, grief, childhood trauma and building healthy relationships. She has experience working with children, adolescents/teens, young adults and the LGBTQ population.

She believes that therapy gives us an opportunity to be our authentic self. It creates a safe space to explore our inner truths and speak of them freely in a non-judgmental environment. As humans we value safety and having connections with others and with every connection is an opportunity to for personal growth.

Shavontae uses a blend of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Person- Centered Therapy, Gestalt Therapy, and Solution Focused Therapy. Shavontae has an eclectic style of counseling. She uses an open, integrative approach to psychotherapy that adapts to the unique needs of each specific client, and will work with you to come up with a plan that is best for you, concentrating on what you want to achieve out of therapy.

Shavontae welcomes the opportunity to come alongside you, provide you with the tools to bring greater self-awareness and personal growth, overcome life’s challenges, resolve relationship issues, and provide you with a safe place to receive healing.

Phone Contact: (916) 538-2129

E-mail: shavontae@wellnesstogether.org

Supervised by: Marlon Morgan, LPCC #795
John Branderhorst, LMFT #42823
Carla Stone, LMFT #51743

50-Minute Therapy Session, In-office or Secure Online Video
Session fee is based on a sliding scale of $65-$110, detailed at bottom of page.


Marcella Rodriguez, M.S., PPS, APCC (#6533), is an Associate Professional Clinical Counselor who has ten years of experience working with children, youth, and families providing one to one counseling, group counseling, crisis intervention, and family supports. Marcella earned her Bachelors of Arts in Psychology, Masters of Science in Counseling, and her Pupil Personnel Service Credential from California State University, Sacramento. Marcella also holds an Administrative Credential, which she obtained from National University. Marcella empowers children, youth, adults, and families to overcome obstacles in their life which result in positively impacting their quality of life. Using Adlerian and Rogerian theories allows her create a safe and supportive environment focusing on the client’s needs and goals. She is compassionate, empathetic, and believes in the power of unity and partnerships. As a therapist Marcella views her role as a privilege, supporting others on their journey to self-reflection and growth. Marcella is also bilingual and bicultural and is also able to work with Spanish speaking clients. Please contact Marcella to schedule an appointment.

Marcella Rodriguez, M.S., PPS, APCC (#6533), es una Consejera Clínica Profesional Asociada que tiene diez años de experiencia trabajando con niños, jóvenes y familias facilitando consejeria individual, consejeria grupal, intervención en casos de crisis y apoyo familiar. Marcella obtuvo su Licenciatura en Psicología, Maestría en Ciencias en Consejería y su Credencial de Servicio al Personal Estudiantil de la Universidad Estatal de California en Sacramento (CSUS). Ademas, Marcella tiene su Credencial Administrativa, que obtuvo de la National University. Marcella capacita a los niños, jóvenes, adultos y familias para superar los obstáculos en su vida que resultan en un impacto positivo en su calidad de vida. El uso de las teorías Adlerian y Rogerian le permite crear un ambiente seguro y de apoyo centrado en las necesidades y objetivos del cliente. Es compasiva, empática y cree en el poder de la unidad. Como terapeuta, Marcella tiene el privilegio de apoyar a otros en su camino de la vida hacia la auto reflexión y el crecimiento.

Phone Contact: (916) 572-6487

E-mail: marcella@wellnesstogether.org

Supervised by: Marlon Morgan, LPCC #795
John Branderhorst, LMFT #42823

50-Minute Therapy Session, In-office or Secure Online Video
Session fee is based on a sliding scale of $65-$110, detailed at bottom of page.


Kelsey Takemoto, M.A., is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AMFT #85555), and is registered with the California Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS). Whether you are going through a stressful period in your life or simply want to take steps towards personal growth Kelsey's hope is to walk alongside you in that journey. One of her main goals as a counselor is to offer a safe, non-judgmental, environment to explore your deepest thoughts and feelings as well as offer unconditional support. She understands how difficult it can be to open up and share your struggles with another person. While taking that first step may feel scary she hopes it is a moment she and her client can celebrate together. Kelsey collaborates with her clients to develop therapeutic goals in order to discover what may work best. While her approach is rooted in Person-Centered and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy she often uses other tools to personalize the process for her clients. Kelsey works with individuals, adolescents, and families, and has experience addressing issues such as: anxiety, depression, self-esteem, family-related issues, self-harm, behavioral issues, major life transitions, grief, relationship issues, and personal growth. Kelsey is also certified in Applied Behavioral Analysis. Kelsey is also available to provide online Telehealth Therapy services to anyone who resides within California. Please contact her for more details.

Phone Contact: (916) 741-0565

E-mail: kelsey@wellnesstogether.org

Supervised by: Marlon Morgan, LPCC #795
John Branderhorst, LMFT #42823

50-Minute Therapy Session, In-office or Secure Online Video
Session fee is based on a sliding scale of $65-$110, detailed at bottom of page.


-

Therapy services are offered on a sliding scale based on gross monthly household income.

 
Sliding Scale Table.png
 

Forms of payment: 
Services are offered on a sliding scale based on income and ability to pay. 
All major credit and debit and Health Savings Account (HSA) cards, cash, and check are accepted.
Wellness Together does not accept insurance. Secure online video sessions are currently only available in the state of California.

If you are experiencing a medical or psychiatric emergency - don’t use this site. Call 911 or the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at (800) 273-8255.