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Nicole Klepp, Psy.D.

Licensed Psychologist, Owner, Clinical Director

My experiences have taught me that developing a deeper understanding of oneself is important for learning, growing, and successfully reaching one's goals. One of my professional goals is to incorporate this philosophy into treatment by helping individuals focus on their strengths and solidify their belief systems. Self-exploration is only one portion of successful therapy though. In its entirety, treatment can help provide the foundation for life altering opportunities through a process that also involves mastering challenges and effectively adapting to the changes that naturally accompany growth and life.

My therapeutic approach is eclectic as I incorporate cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, mindfulness, visual imagery, and person-centered therapies to individuals and families based on my assessment of clients' needs. I work with children, adolescents, and adults presenting with a variety of issues, including depression, anxiety, ADHD, autism spectrum, learning disabilities, memory problems, relational problems, and trauma. I also have experience in treating and evaluating individuals with neurobehavioral disorders, neurological disorders, traumatic brain injury, and cognitive impairments.

A large part of my practice is inclusive of conducting psychological and neuropsychological evaluations, in which typical referral questions involve concerns about attention, concentration, learning disabilities, memory, dementia, disruptive behavior, hyperactivity, social interactions, and self-care. I have done evaluations for educational purposes, disability determination, division of vocational rehabilitation, inpatient facilities, assisted and independent living facilities, and self- or family-referred individuals.

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Annie Mallmann, Psy.D., LPC

Doctor of Psychology, Assistant Clinical Director

​Dr. Mallmann conducts psychological and neuropsychological evaluations with children and adults for purposes of diagnostic clarification, treatment recommendations, academic functioning, follow up care, noting progress or changes in status, etc. She sees clients presenting with a variety of issues, such as anxiety, depression, social issues, relational difficulties, attention, learning, and memory, among others. Dr. Mallmann also provides individual and family therapy to children and adults presenting with a variety of presenting problems.

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Jessi Baker, Psy.D
Licensed Psychologist

My passion for psychology started at a young age, in which I found myself drawn to listening to and helping others. Throughout my training, I have developed an integrative
approach to working with clients on various issues, incorporating elements of cognitive-behavioral therapy, person-centered therapy, play therapy, and trauma-informed care.
My main goal in therapy is to provide clients with a supportive and caring environment that allows them to explore their emotions, experiences, and challenges. This means
adapting approaches and interventions to the client and their concerns. I have experience working with children, adolescents, and adults with presenting concerns such as anxiety, depression, ADHD, ASD, relational difficulties, and self-esteem, and
have worked with clients in various settings including schools, in-home, and outpatient settings. I also have experience providing various interventions to clients including group therapy, individual psychotherapy, play therapy, behavioral therapy, and neuropsychological/psychological assessment. As a result, I try to consider all the elements in an individual’s life that may be impacting them to help them determine how to best function in their lives. 

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Brooke Miller, R-DMT

Dance/Movement Therapist, Psychotherapist

Movement is our first language. We start learning to communicate with our bodies before we are even born. It is a language we continue to use, often subconsciously, throughout our lives. Dance/movement therapy utilizes that first language in an effort to strengthen the mind/body/spirit connection, process our thoughts, feelings, and traumas, and develop healthy coping skills as we heal. Our body holds a wealth of knowledge, and can also house our emotional baggage. Dance/movement therapy offers a holistic approach to mental health as we integrate the mind, body, and spirit to meet psychosocial needs.


I hold a dual Master’s degree in Dance/Movement Therapy & Counseling and have worked with a wide variety of clients with a wide variety of needs. My practice has included work with infants and new mothers, toddlers, developing children, people with intellectual disabilities of all ages, adolescents, adults, and individuals with dementia and their caretakers. My areas of therapeutic focus include development, depression, anxiety, PTSD, substance use and abuse, identity, loss, and communication issues. My approach is very person centered and focuses on the integration of talk and body-based therapy to manage stress, cultivate mindfulness, and address individual needs.


Michelle Mirhoseini, Psy.D
Doctor of Psychology

Dr. Mirhoseini conducts psychological and neuropsychological evaluations with children and adults for purposes of diagnostic clarification, treatment recommendations, academic functioning, follow up care, noting progress or changes in status, etc. She sees clients presenting with a variety of issues.


She also provides individual therapy primarily to adults, but is willing to treat adolescents starting at 16 years of age. She meets with individuals presenting with many different problems, including anxiety disorders, depression, stress related issues, bipolar disorder, eating disorders, etc. Her specialty is hoarding disorder.

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Samantha Olson, MA, LMFT, SAC-IT


I practice Marriage and Family Therapy and provide a safe and secure environment.  Marriage and family therapy is way for couples and families to gather together, with a neutral individual, that will help guide the interactions of all the individuals involved.  I believe that identifying family patterns and dynamics is an important part of therapy, and I tend to incorporate psychoeducation and mindfulness practices.  I primarily utilize solution-focused therapy, family systems theory, cognitive behavior therapy, motivational interviewing, and mindfulness as my therapeutic models.  I have experience working with children (ages 10 and up), adolescents, adults, couples, and families who have suffered from anxiety, Depression, ADHD, family conflict, stress, adjustment difficulties, self-harm, AODA, LGBTQ, self-esteem issues, PTSD etc. I have a variety of certifications, including Prepare- Enrich, a martial and pre-marital program.  I form my therapeutic interactions around the client’s specific needs. 


Angel Mak, LPC
Licensed Psychotherapist

Angel Mak offers individual and family therapy for individuals of all ages, spanning from adults to children. Her practice embodies a holistic and integrative philosophy, striving to promote healing and personal development. She holds a deep commitment to delivering trauma-informed and culturally responsive care, driven by her unwavering passion for well-being and growth.
My journey to becoming a therapist was a response to providing culturally responsive healing opportunities to people in need. I was drawn to understanding trauma and its impact, particularly interpersonal trauma often inflicted repeatedly by loved ones. I am grateful for the opportunity to have received training on how to listen, attune to clients, and facilitate healing by creating a safe space for self-discovery and personal growth. Therapy training has been rewarding and beneficial, not only for my clients but also for me. Bringing it to the present day, I am honored to support my clients as they navigate through challenging times and witness their flourishing on their journeys to wellness.
Regarding my therapeutic approach, I embrace a strength-based, trauma-informed, culturally rooted, and biopsychosocial integrative framework aimed at alleviating stress and suffering. In a holistic manner, I draw upon techniques from various therapeutic modalities, including interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT), cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), family systems therapy, and attachment theory. I firmly believe that our profession demands ongoing learning. Consequently, I maintain an open mindset and actively seek out new modalities that align with my clients' needs.
As I near the completion of my doctoral training in counseling psychology, I am enthusiastic about the intersection of neuroscience and clinical practice. Specifically, my interest lies in enhancing brain functions, promoting brain plasticity, and fostering the creation of new neural pathways to support behavioral change. I offer psychoeducation to assist clients in understanding the scientific aspects of their treatment, enabling them to gain awareness of their healing progress.

Victoria Ducoffe LPC-IT

I entered the field of therapy with the hope that people can find solace from their worlds in the space that we create together. My goal as a therapist is to establish an environment where people experience safety and acceptance. I strive to maintain a connection of genuine collaboration and curiosity in the effort to allow each client to have their story heard and their journey to healing explored. I hold a Master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and have experience working with individuals of all ages, from children and adolescents, to adults, couples, and families as they navigate the challenges they face with trauma, anxiety, depression, ADHD, self-esteem, and more. I utilize a variety of evidence-based therapeutic approaches in my work in order to allow every individual the opportunity to find a technique that is suited for their growth. I am trained in Brainspotting, a therapeutic technique designed to help individuals process and heal from trauma and emotional distress. I also incorporate Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and mindfulness techniques into my practice. This eclectic approach allows me to tailor my treatment to the unique needs of each client. I am dedicated to holding space for you and I will be alongside you every step of the way! 

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