Andrea Bigenho, LPC
Founder, Clinical Director
It is truly my privilege to provide creative, effective, trauma informed clinical outpatient psychotherapy services for individuals and groups, and clinical supervision and mentorship for counselors-in training. I specialize in relational health and complex relational trauma, Psychedelic Harm Reduction Integration (PHRI), and Vocational / Psychiatric Rehabilitation. My Interventions are guided by the collaborative client-counselor relationship and respectful of a client's culture, environment, neurobiology, and relationships. My approaches include:
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
Cognitive and Dialectical Behavioral Therapies
Mindfulness based therapy and training
Somatic interventions and breathwork
Psychedelic Harm Reduction Integration Therapy
Internal Family Systems Therapy
It is my honor to help you find your way through suffering, recognize your personal strength, develop and foster healthy relationships, and become empowered to confidently face life’s challenges.
Jane Zinger, MA
Are you feeling unsure of who you are or what you want to do with your life? Maybe you’ve had to rely upon others as a result of an observable or hidden disability, or a recent major life change has left you feeling lost. It can be difficult to differentiate your true self from what you've always been told you were, or should be. I aim to nonjudgmentally support you in identifying your foundational strengths, interests, and personal values so you can begin to build a life befitting you. With experience supporting clients with complex concerns, I feel well prepared to support you in gaining mastery over your symptoms. I utilize CBT, ACT, and Solution Focused therapies to assist you in accepting the legitimacy of your struggles, discovering their effect on your current growth, and gaining skills that allow you to move forward with hope and confidence. It would be an honor to play a role in your journey toward a more self-actualised existence that you can be proud of.
Rhonda Little, MA
I am a committed advocate for those in the African American community who view addiction, depression and mental illness as something that is not ever discussed. I pledge to provide this population with valuable information and expose them to the prospects of higher education, skills, and resources to care for and combat these issues. I am a Person-Centered Therapist (PCT) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapist (CBT). Through PCT I focus on the strengths and positive aspects of the client’s experience, and their abilities to move into a more positive place in their lives. I believe that any client seeking counseling has the innate ability to move toward self-actualization, providing them with the confidence they are seeking. My approach through CBT is to help clients examine how they interpret, perceive and assign meaning; and how they process that information. This intervention can lead to change in in patterns of thought, which in turn allows a client to process emotions and change behaviors. Together we can process and accept loss; and begin realizing that even though there is loss we are all still connected and are ultimately responsible for the rest of our lives.
Empowering my clients is my Ultimate Goal! I am a caring, empathetic, compassionate and culturally diverse therapist. I enjoy serving the community and helping those in need. Come and let's meet your needs.
My passion is helping people find personal meaning through times of change and loss. Deaths, anniversaries, children leaving home…these can all cause us to question our purpose. I will work with you to figure out where you want to go from this point in your journey and how you want to get there. I believe that everything we do is either a success or a learning experience, so everything is an opportunity for growth.
My orientation is person centered, which means the counseling relationship itself is the main avenue for healing, because when a person is accepted completely, they have the freedom to explore the parts of themselves that may have been too frightening to look at alone. I am also trained in EMDR and have found that when we can process some of the memories and negative messages that have kept us stuck in low self-esteem and unhappiness, we can move forward to a better life.
You are the expert on your own life, and I am privileged to be a companion on your journey of recovery and personal discovery.