We believe every human being is valuable. We love people a lot. Our work is to help you work on your life.
Aynsley Silva, M.A.
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Aynsley has focused his therapy on helping guys (ages 5 years old to 60 years old), and the families who love them, to overcome obstacles in their lives. He builds on his clients’ passions, discovering their skills and strengths, and uses those assets to help them overcome obstacles in their lives. He finds intense joy in seeing people engage passionately in their daily routine and begin to realize their true value.
Molly began her counseling career working as a Child and Family Therapist at a local community mental health agency, where she was able to help children, adolescents, and caregivers who were struggling with an array of social, emotional, and behavioral issues. In addition to talk and play therapy, Molly offers EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) therapy.
Melissa is finishing up her bachelor’s in Psychology at Grand Canyon University and has already been accepted into a counseling program that she starts in May 2021. Graduating with her master’s by 2024. She truly loves working with people and finds the brain an amazing thing to study. She has been trained with the Othmer method Neurofeedback training and became certified in July 2020.
Bell Richardson, is the friendly presence on the other side of your phone and email inquiries ready to assist with billing, scheduling, and client portal questions. Previous to her work with us, she aided families with diverse backgrounds scheduling and providing structured Family Time as a Visitation Specialist.
Sarah works with individuals and families of all ages, offering both talk and non-verbal expressive therapies. Some of those therapies include sand tray therapy and play therapy. Sarah also offers a parenting class called Child-Parent Relationship Therapy, where parents learn skills for responding to their child's behaviors that will help strengthen and build security in the child-parent relationship.
Johnny is a current Clinical Mental Health Counseling student at Western Seminary in Portland. His deep love for people and complete fascination with the human brain has led him into the field of Neurofeedback, a tremendous tool to help the brain move toward mental health. The goal of his practice is to see his clients experience balance in their mind, body, and heart.
Bethie worked for 6 years as an elementary school teacher before moving into counseling. She attended Western Seminary, graduating in 2013 with a specialty in children's counseling. Bethie started her counseling career at Columbia River Mental Health Services, working with children and families. Bethie’s fascination with the brain and how it works drew her to Neurofeedback.