Let's Get to the Root.
What We Do
Martha has 9 years of experience working in the mental health field. She has worked with clients in various community mental health and teletherapy settings with problems ranging from situational life stress to severe mental illness. Some special interests include: anxiety, C-PTSD/trauma related disorders, attachment issues, childhood trauma, and helping individuals with parenting issues. She believes that positive mental health begins in infancy and is passionate about helping parents find connection to their children to help overall family health and bonding. In addition to therapy services, Martha is also a Certified Lactation Counselor (CLC) and Certified Attached at the Heart Parent Educator (CAHPE) offer breastfeeding and parenting support to families.
Ryan is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) who holds a Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology. He brings over a decade of relevant experience in diverse settings as a practicing psychotherapist, health and wellness coach treating chronic illness and Independent Living Instructor for those with developmental disabilities. Furthermore Ryan is a certified Attached at the Heart Parent Educator helping parents to create secure, meaningful and lasting relationships with their children. Ryans work history includes community mental health agencies, a Silicon Valley health and wellness startup, The University of California at Berkeley, Medicaid/Medicare provicers and most recently his private practice where he focuses on PTSD, Complex PTSD, Mens Issues, Parening, Abuse and Relationships.
what people say
"I can't express enough how grateful I am for you. I feel like I've learned more about myself because of you than I have in my entire life. You are such a gift and a guiding, supporting, bright energy as I navigate becoming healthy and happy and stronger. To your point about wanting people to be okay - I feel like they all would be if they had your influence. Thanks for everything. "
"The act of revealing oneself fully to another and still being accepted may be the major vehicle of therapeutic help."