I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) dedicated to helping those who seek meaningful change in their day-to-day life. My background has been working with the most vulnerable populations in need of support for growth for almost 10 years. I have worked with chronically homeless Veteran’s addressing the most basic needs including issues of addiction, Depression, Anxiety, Complex Trauma, PTSD, Traumatic Brain Injury, OCD, Personality Disorders, Insomnia, and Relationship Issues. In my practice I believe the client/clients are the experts and have the capacity for real, meaningful change. I use different Evidence-Based Modalities including CBT, Mindfulness (MBCT), DBT, Narrative and Solution-Focused and take an eclectic approach to therapy. I believe in collaborating with the clients towards real goals and solutions will lead to healthier, more sustainable, and meaningful relationships.
Tiffany Ivanich, Lead Clinician
Suze Cribbs, Clinical Director
Certified Bio-feedback Specialist
I specialize in the treatment of PTSD, addiction and anxiety disorders. I have over a decade of experience working in crisis settings and with survivors of trauma. I am trained in EMDR and Biofeedback which I use to empower my clients to regain control over their own reactivity.
Clients will gain the tools necessary to live full and rich lives without the weight of past trauma. Missing Elements creates a safe place for people to reconnect to their own power and feel whole again. As a therapist, I offer innovative treatment approaches interwoven with timeless healing traditions.
Alexis Baker, LMFT
I collaborate with you to determine your goals for treatment. Your desires for the focus of our sessions may include removing blocks to personal growth, improving relationships with yourself and others, undoing past conditioning- especially related to trauma or adverse experiences, transforming shame, or increasing your understanding of mental illness, whether it's yours or someone you love. Each person has an inner wisdom that can serve as guidance to creating joy; sometimes this inner wisdom requires rediscovery. The tools I draw from in this process are eclectic. I draw from Rogerian, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, somatic, and parts work. When useful, I also include psychoeducation and skills training.
Jae Newman, Balance Specialist
Keeping people 40+ moving and learning about their bodies' capabilities -- re-opening the window of fitness, strength, balance and *fun* as we age. Founded on Pilates principles and core awareness to facilitate Life and moving possibilities. Very personalized, warmly gentle care. In my office or your home or office. Private and group sessions to improve and maintain strength, posture, balance, mobility, and reduce pain. Highly personalized movement plans. Special topic workshops including injury prevention for caregivers. In-office or residential services. Studio hours by appointment only.