The independent psychotherapy practice of Heart Therapy Counseling Services was opened in April, 2011 by Julie Marino.
Julie has an M.S. degree from the University of Colorado Boulder. She has extensive post graduate training in psychotherapy from the Colorado School for Family Therapy.
Julie is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the state of Colorado and has the following certifications:
Certified Addictions Counselor (CACII)
Certified Systemic Art Therapist (CSAT)
Certified Systemic Play Therapist (CSPT)
Certified Body-Centered Psychotherapist (CBCP)
Certified Trauma and Abuse Psychotherapist. (CTAP)
Certified Informed Systemic Psychotherapist (CTISP)
Colorado Certified Prevention Specialist (CCPS)
Certified in Brainspotting
Julie is an integrative therapist combining talk therapies with expressive arts therapies, body centered psychotherapy and trauma specific techniques to get at the heart of the issue quickly, effectively, and in a non-threatening way.
Licensed as a psychologist since 1984, I have been practicing Brain Spotting since taking training Levels one and two from David Grand in 2007. I also took Brainspotting with Dissociation and Attachment Issues in 2009 from Lisa Schwartz.
I specialize in working with adults recovering from trauma of various kinds, using Brain Spotting and other mind-body techniques. I have been certified to provide EMDR since 1999. I have also been trained through Levels 1 and 2 in the Emotional Freedom Technique (tapping). I specialize in helping patients overcome issues of anxiety and panic, grief, codependency, divorce recovery, dissociative disorders, and marital improvement when only one partner participates in treatment. I am also trained in the integration of Christian principles with therapy.
Please call if you have questions, and I will look forward to speaking with you personally. 909-626-5589
Areas of specialization
• Creativity/Performance enhancement
• Physical Illness
Katherine M. Gallagher is a licensed psychologist who has been in private practice for over twenty-five years. She received a doctoral degree in Psychology from Yeshiva University. In addition to psychoanalysis and psychotherapy, Dr. Gallagher is certified in Biofeedback, EMDR and Brainspotting. She is a charter member of Division 56 Trauma Psychology of APA. Dr. Gallagher has been a faculty member and supervisor at the Training Institute for Mental Health in New York City. She published a paper on Emotional Consequences of Loss on Adolescents, with Dr. Herbert Freudenberger, Ph.D. She has also given numerous presentations on trauma, ADHD, Learning Disabilities and stress to mental health workers, college counselors, substance abuse counselors and teachers. Dr. Gallagher has studied with Dr. David Grand since 2003. She utilizes Brainspotting with many of her clients. She has observed effective and positive changes in individuals who suffer from self-doubt, anxiety, physical illness, depression and trauma. She also uses Brainspotting to enhance performance for professionals, students, writers, entrepreneurs and religious professionals.
I am an LPC in private practice in the Buckhead area of Atlanta. I am certified in Brainspotting and specialize in treating clients struggling with the effects of trauma, as well as anxiety, OCD, domestic violence, and relationship issues. I work with adults 18 and older with some exceptions. I use an eclectic blend of modalities including mindfulness, yoga, CBT, EMDR, and sometimes even equine-assisted psychotherapy.
I am a Marriage and Family Therapist. I specialize in Brainspotting and in Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR). With many years of experience helping people through difficult times,
I specialize in treating fear, anxiety, emotional, physical and sexual abuse, trauma, PTSD and grief (e.g., including bereavement, loss, divorce, lost hopes and dreams).
My goal is to continue to grow and be the best person that I can be and pay it forward! I value honesty, integrity and show this through my actions. My purpose in life is to bring hope and inspiration, and transformation in the form of educating professionals, people, clients and the community about their ability to transform themselves and like a pebble in the pond these results with ripple through as many lives as we can touch!
Sensorimotor Psychotherapist and Licensed Professional Counselor with more than twelve years experience. Multiple specialties, but strong interest in attachment trauma, including: pre-birth, birth, generational, and sports and performance trauma.
Trained in leading edge, innovative modalities including Sensorimotor Psychotherapy(SP), Brainspotting (BSP), and Mindfulness Meditation.
Neurobiological and relational attunement on all processing levels, superficially defined as: cognitive, emotional, somatic.
SETTINGS: Private Practice, Corporate, Professional Sports, Higher Education, Clinical.
Experience with diverse populations and cultures.
APPROACH: Phenomenological, Integrative, Transpersonal and Holistic drawing from a Social Constructivist paradigm, influenced by traditional and post-modern modalities, e.g., Neuro-Cognitive, Somatic/Body Psychotherapies, including Seigel's model of Interpersonal Neurobiology.
MODALITIES: Brainspotting (an integrative, dual attunement model), Sensorimotor Psychotherapy (somatic/body-based), and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy. Other derivatives: Feminist Theory, Object Relations, Solution-Focused Therapy, Psychoeducation, and Creative-Expressive Therapies.
SPECIALTIES: Anxiety, Depression, Attachment/Resiliency, Spirituality. All small and large Trauma events including those derived from early attachment issues, medical procedures, Sports Injury,Grief and life transitions including Parental Care-taking roles. Mindfulness Meditation for Stress Reduction. Personal Development. Motivational Interviewing for Overcoming Resistance to Change. Work Transition/Redirection. Walk-and-Talk Therapy.
Erika Hellwig believes that there is a natural mental health in all of us and finds Brainspotting to be the most effective method to clear out any blocks to that health. Through her Brainspotting work, her clients are able to achieve results in a fraction of the time. Erika works with adults of any ages and treats a wide variety of issues.
She specializes in the treatment of anxiety and trauma. Erika also has an interest in working with clients around finding a purpose and living a more fulfilling life.
Erika Hellwig began working in mental health field in 1999. She has been a practicing psychotherapist since 2003 when she earned her degree in Mental Health Counseling from the University of Massachusetts. She has worked at Harvard University, Westwood Lodge Hospital, Brighton Allston Mental Health Clinic, Justice Resource Institute and Wild Acre Inns Residential Treatment. Her vast experience in the field, treating a wide variety of issues has allowed her to develop a comprehensive approach that works for most of her clients. Erika currently provides therapy in private practice in the Financial District of Manhattan.
Joanne Baum received her PhD in Social Welfare from The University of Wisconsin. I began working in the substance abuse field as Co-Clinical Director at the Haight Ashbury Free Medical Clinic, Detox Project in the early 80s. Since then I've been in private practice in California, Colorado, and now on the road through Skype and Hang Out sessions from around the country.
I specialize in: 1) substance abuse: assessments and evaluations, interventions, continuing care, and relapse prevention, individual and couples counseling around substance abuse and addiction. 2) divorce coaching, and 3) trauma. Dr. Baum became certified in Brainspotting in 2013.
Joanne has published 4 books, 2 on substance abuse and two on parenting; utilizing Respectful Parenting, a set of theories and strategies she has a Service Mark on. I have taught at Universities, community colleges, and continue to do workshops and trainings for professionals and community members around the country.
I am traveling around the country in a large fifth wheel with my husband and continuing to do the work I love via Skype and Hang Outs and conducting interventions in person.