Who We Are

We practice what we preach. We don't just sit back and tell you what you should do differently, because we are the experts and we know everything, so there. No, we lean in. We want to know YOU. We understand how hard it is to change and that pain is real. We've also seen a lot in our day, and know, for sure, that hope is just as real. We've witnessed people's incredible strength, resilience and courage, and we have lots of experience guiding people to their own, individual strength, resilience and courage. We draw from both our professional education and our everyday practice of mindfulness to heal, calm and soothe. Come feel the difference!

Georgia Jones, LCSW I love people. I want us to thrive and grow and live and love fully, even though life is hard hard hard! I knew I wanted to do this work since I was a child. So I have spent my entire life observing people, learning what makes them “tick”, and listening to incredible stories of resilience. I would like to listen to you.

Georgia Jones, LCSW

I love people. I want us to thrive and grow and live and love fully, even though life is hard hard hard! I knew I wanted to do this work since I was a child.

So I have spent my entire life observing people, learning what makes them “tick”, and listening to incredible stories of resilience.

I would like to listen to you.

Amy Roth, LCSW I believe that people are the experts on their own lives. We all have strengths and basic goodness that we sometimes don’t see, but we can learn to recognize. As we familiarize ourselves with the way our minds work, we discover that our ideas about the way things are might be less solid and more workable than we had previously believed.

Amy Roth, LCSW

I believe that people are the experts on their own lives. We all have strengths and basic goodness that we sometimes don’t see, but we can learn to recognize. As we familiarize ourselves with the way our minds work, we discover that our ideas about the way things are might be less solid and more workable than we had previously believed.

Susan Kogan, LCPC My deep passion for being a therapist comes from the positive and inspiring results of integrating my own mindfulness practice into my clinical practice. Mindfulness teaches me to be fully engaged in whatever I am doing. When doing therapy, I am just doing therapy.  That time is solely devoted to you, my client.

Susan Kogan, LCPC

My deep passion for being a therapist comes from the positive and inspiring results of integrating my own mindfulness practice into my clinical practice. Mindfulness teaches me to be fully engaged in whatever I am doing. When doing therapy, I am just doing therapy. 

That time is solely devoted to you, my client.

 
Audra Massey, LCPC, CADC I see therapy as a place to be in a really good relationship, take an honest look at yourself and figure out what to accept and what to change. I specialize in helping people with mood, personality and anxiety disorders, as well as chemical dependency issues, relationship issues or all of the above. I practice mindfulness myself and it pervades my style as a therapist.

Audra Massey, LCPC, CADC

I see therapy as a place to be in a really good relationship, take an honest look at yourself and figure out what to accept and what to change. I specialize in helping people with mood, personality and anxiety disorders, as well as chemical dependency issues, relationship issues or all of the above. I practice mindfulness myself and it pervades my style as a therapist.

Diana Campbell, LCSW, RTY500 My own path has led me to study many different areas of healing, such as yoga, mindfulness, energy work, hypnosis and psychology.  In that time I came to realize how we are continuously challenged to grow and evolve, and how helpful it is to have tools to meet those challenges. I began doing yoga and meditation many years ago and I found it so helpful in keeping me centered and relaxed, especially as a mom with three children.  

Diana Campbell, LCSW, RTY500

My own path has led me to study many different areas of healing, such as yoga, mindfulness, energy work, hypnosis and psychology.  In that time I came to realize how we are continuously challenged to grow and evolve, and how helpful it is to have tools to meet those challenges. I began doing yoga and meditation many years ago and I found it so helpful in keeping me centered and relaxed, especially as a mom with three children.
 

Martha Tierney, LCSW Helping you connect with your own inner wisdom and how you want to live is something I truly enjoy doing. Life can be hard sometimes and one thing that can really help is to have a safe place to talk about things.  In the midst of all of life's chaos, my hope is to offer you a haven.  A gentle, compassionate, truly attuned relationship, where you feel safe to explore your life, your patterns, who you really are and who you want to be.

Martha Tierney, LCSW

Helping you connect with your own inner wisdom and how you want to live is something I truly enjoy doing. Life can be hard sometimes and one thing that can really help is to have a safe place to talk about things.  In the midst of all of life's chaos, my hope is to offer you a haven.  A gentle, compassionate, truly attuned relationship, where you feel safe to explore your life, your patterns, who you really are and who you want to be.

 
Scott Pasko, MSW, CADC Ever since I can recall I’ve enjoyed listening to others and supporting people when they are struggling. I don’t view people as “broken” or as something to be fixed, but I believe we can all benefit from the support of others: including myself. I possess years of personal and professional experience in nurturing recovery from substance use and mental health concerns.

Scott Pasko, MSW, CADC

Ever since I can recall I’ve enjoyed listening to others and supporting people when they are struggling. I don’t view people as “broken” or as something to be fixed, but I believe we can all benefit from the support of others: including myself. I possess years of personal and professional experience in nurturing recovery from substance use and mental health concerns.

 
Riley Koren, MA Intern Sitting still has always been a challenge for me. I was introduced to meditation as a child, and I struggled through 10 minutes each day of quietly doing nothing, until I finally told my parents how much I disliked it and they assured me I was free to stop. Since then, I have learned that while sitting still does have its value, mindfulness is not just something to practice on a cushion in a quiet room. Rather, it is a way of existing. 

Riley Koren, MA Intern

Sitting still has always been a challenge for me. I was introduced to meditation as a child, and I struggled through 10 minutes each day of quietly doing nothing, until I finally told my parents how much I disliked it and they assured me I was free to stop. Since then, I have learned that while sitting still does have its value, mindfulness is not just something to practice on a cushion in a quiet room. Rather, it is a way of existing. 

Lara Liesma Wolff, MA …when you go out into the woods and you look at trees, you see all these different trees. And some of them are bent, and some of them are straight, and some of them are evergreens, and some of them are whatever. And you look at the tree and you allow it. You appreciate it.   You see why it is the way it is.   

Lara Liesma Wolff, MA

…when you go out into the woods and you look at trees, you see all these different trees. And some of them are bent, and some of them are straight, and some of them are evergreens, and some of them are whatever. And you look at the tree and you allow it. You appreciate it.  

You see why it is the way it is. 

 

 
Mary Cibelius, CADC, MA Intern I believe therapeutic healing must begin with unconditional acceptance and compassion.  My value is that each of us is whole, possessing inherent worthiness that is often corrupted by shame and judgment, limiting our ability to engage in our lives.  Often it’s our efforts to hide our vulnerability that drives many unhealthy behaviors. 

Mary Cibelius, CADC, MA Intern

I believe therapeutic healing must begin with unconditional acceptance and compassion.  My value is that each of us is whole, possessing inherent worthiness that is often corrupted by shame and judgment, limiting our ability to engage in our lives.  Often it’s our efforts to hide our vulnerability that drives many unhealthy behaviors.