ANDREA BIGENHO, LPC
(She / they)
I provide professional counseling services for adults who experience depression, anxiety, grief and trauma; focusing specifically on helping individuals and groups understand, process, and recover from complex relational trauma. I provide services in-person and remotely through a HIPAA compliant, secure platform. I have a neurologically informed, cognitive behavioral approach that incorporates existential, somatic, and mindfulness interventions. Having specialized training in psychiatric and vocational rehabilitation, I am uniquely qualified to provide collaborative and goal driven coaching services as well as psychotherapy. I also provide short-term, Psychedelic Integration Therapy; and continue to train in therapeutic integration of non-ordinary states of consciousness through Fluence. I have a friendly, authentic and eclectic style; and my choice of interventions is guided by my client’s uniqueness.
I believe strongly in the worth and dignity of all human lives, and that in our shared experience of being human, we can heal. It is my honor to help you find your way through suffering, recognize your personal strength, develop and exercise your self-determination, and become empowered to confidently face life’s challenges.
HEATHER YORK, MA, NCC
I work with adolescents and young adults who may need extra support and guidance as they transition in their education, lives and careers; helping navigate independence, responsibility and healthy choices. I also support Adults in recovery and with processing and integrating difficult or traumatic life experiences. For individuals who are taking the first and courageous step toward therapy, I would like to help you develop awareness, improve your relationships, change your behavior, and make successful life transitions. In our therapy I will create a safe and supportive environment of non-judgment, genuineness and empathy to assist you in reaching your goals.
It is my belief that we heal in relationship with others. It is my privlege to know you and help you along your path to healing.
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.