Mike Sherman

Mike has over a decade of experience working in the mental health field. He graduated from University of Southern California with a Masters in Social Work. He has his full social worker license (LCSW) in both Utah and Arizona, and is a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP). Mike has worked with a number of individuals to help them work through symptoms related to depression. ADHD, anxiety, and LGBTQ+ issues. In addition to those, Mike is also very familiar with helping others heal from trauma in various forms, as it seems to be a matter that is becoming more pervasive and acknowledged by our culture. He is trained in several therapeutic modalities that include: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT); Trauma-focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT); Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT); Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). Laughter and good humor have always been important in Mike's approach to much of life -- including therapy -- which is why he spends most of his free time with friends and family doing pretty much anything that can get a laugh which includes: open mic stand-up, video games, speaking in mostly Simpsons quotes, and running a comedy podcast with his wife (who is ALSO a therapist).

Tammy Dunn

In her practice, Tammy strives to create a safe, non-judgmental space for clients to explore their emotions and experiences openly. The foundation of her practice is deeply informed by Internal Family Systems as well as mind, body, and spirit-based approaches. As a psychedelic assisted therapist, she finds these approaches to be very supportive. Tammy is trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), Flash Technique, and ART (Accelerated Resolution Therapy). She also utilizes Polyvagal Theory to help clients befriend their nervous system.
Tammy specializes in treating PTSD and CPTSD. She works with survivors of sexual abuse, NPD (narcissistic personality disorder) or BPD (borderline personality disorder) abuse, as well as individuals navigating religious/spiritual conflict and discovery.
She also has specialized training in working with first responders, law enforcement, firefighters, and military.

Michael Garfinkel

Michael is a psychotherapist who supports people with anxiety, OCD, and relationship challenges in finding relief. He has a Masters in Social Work from New York University, specialising in adult psychotherapy.

Growing up in Vancouver, Michael struggled with anxiety and depression in his early twenties. Driven to seek solutions, he spent years studying plant medicine and meditation abroad. Through those experiences, he learned that there is not one miracle cure, but rather an array of skills and practices we can harness to cultivate our wellbeing.

In his clinical work, he draws from a range of modalities, integrating CBT with mindfulness. He has specialized training in EMDR for trauma and ERP for OCD. His approach is warm, relational, and relaxed. He’ll support you in growing beyond your old limiting patterns into a more fulfilling experience of life.

Andrea Olsen

I am a therapist who empowers you through meaningful care. I have been there - the struggle, the trauma, the trouble navigating difficult and overwhelming feelings, and the pain of not feeling like yourself or having much hope. I know that seeking therapy isn’t an easy step and I commend you for starting your journey by looking to therapy. I am here to support you in finding what is best for you to reach your goals. If you work with me I promise you a safe space where you can process difficult feelings, and work through triggers that are no longer serving you. I help you re-establish your connection to self and gain an intimate understanding of all that is going on physically, spiritually and emotionally. I am here to journey with you into the depths of you true being. You are worthy of care.

Most of my clients are surprised by the humour and play I bring into our sessions together. Therapy with me is about experiencing all emotions- the fun, the free, the hopeful, as well as processing and giving space for the difficult emotions; the fears, the hurt, the grief, the anger and the sadness.

I use a gentle multi-modal approach rooted in the principles of neuroscience, pulling from therapeutic models such as gestalt therapy, somatic therapy, EMDR, person-centred therapy, existential therapy, feminist therapy, dialectical behavioural therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy, mindfulness and emotionally focused therapy.

What does all of that really mean?

It means that you are unique and I will use different modalities to curate the best approach for you and help you meet your therapeutic goals.

I hold a Masters degree in Counselling. I am a Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC) with BCACC, a Certified Canadian Counsellor (CCC) and psychotherapist with the CCPA. I am a white, cisgender female. I deeply value allyship with BIPOC and 2SLGBTQIA+ communities and understand privilege and oppression and the roles these play in mental health. I work and live on the unceded territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and Sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.

With curiosity, compassion, kindness and some humour, I would be honoured to support you as your therapist.

Tamara Pearl

Tamara specializes in trauma counselling and psychotherapy. Tamara helps her clients access their own body-based inner wisdom so that they can find answers that are right for them and their life. Body centered approaches are helpful because while our minds are busy trying to figure things out, our body has a sense of what resonates. Approaching difficulties with curiosity and self-compassion allows us to transform and heal, and to connect to new resources.

Tamara is a Registered Clinical Counsellor who has worked and taught in the field of trauma healing for over 20 years in a variety of settings, including Chopra Addiction and Wellness Centre, Roots to Thrive ketamine assisted therapy program, and teaching for 4 years in Adler University’s Masters of Counselling Psychology and Art Therapy program. She is honoured to accompany people on their healing journey.

She has received specialized training in healing intergenerational, collective and cultural trauma, in Indigenous, Focusing Oriented Therapy for Complex Trauma, and in Psychedelic Somatic Interactional Psychotherapy -which helps heal the nervous system.

Areej Siddiqui

I have worked for eight years in generalist practice, and for three years each pursuing specialization in trauma therapy and sex therapy. My approach is grounded in curiosity, discovery, and collaboration. I hold faith in clients’ capacities to direct their own lives, and I enter into the therapeutic process as a reverent and humble companion. Together we might invite the unexpressed, listen for possibility, play with new and different self-narratives, and arrive at ways of moving onward that align with who you would like to be in the world. The ideas I introduce and directions I might pursue with clients are informed by feminist and queer theory, developmental psychology, perspectives on attachment and differentiation, and contemporary nervous system theory. Clients often leave with new understandings of themselves and their difficulties, enabling new and different actions in their lives.

In addition to a Masters in Couple and Family Therapy, I have pursued additional training in EMDR, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, and couples therapy to address sexual issues. I enjoy working with a wide variety of folks—including the consensually non-monogamous, those among the lgbtq2s+, those in multi-cultural families or partnerships, and with experiences of immigration in their family history.

Niyati Gandhi

Niyati Gandhi is a registered psychologist with the College of Psychologists of Ontario (CPO) who has been helping ethnically diverse adults, couples, and families across Canada, the United States, and India for over a decade. She firmly believes that every individual possesses untapped self-knowledge that can be unlocked and developed through therapy. As a therapist, Niyati approaches each session with compassion, empathy, and warmth, creating a confidential space where clients can explore their thoughts and emotions safely.

Niyati's therapeutic style is grounded in her training in clinical psychology and her South Asian roots, which enables her to offer a holistic approach to therapy. She blends Western psychology with Eastern philosophy, integrating some of the most effective therapeutic approaches such as cognitive-behavioral (CBT), emotion-focused, attachment-focused, and mindfulness-based therapies. Additionally, she is trained in EMDR and Internal family systems (IFS), which enables her to help individuals process and integrate parts of self and their traumatic memories, reducing their distress.

Apart from her training in traditional psychotherapy, Niyati has a keen interest in the therapeutic application of psychedelics. She has completed her training in MDMA-assisted psychotherapy for PTSD (MAPS USA) and from Integrative Psychiatric Institute (IPI), USA to become a Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy Provider. Niyati believes that her clients truly are the experts on themselves, and her role as a therapist is to facilitate their journey of self-discovery and healing. She is committed to building a therapeutic relationship with each of her clients, which requires a sense of safety, respect, and trust.

Bob McNutt

Bob McNutt earned his Bachelor’s of Behavioral Science degree from Utah Valley University and his Master’s of Social Work degree from the University of Utah. He began his career working with adolescents at inpatient facilities and local schools, helping to improve familial relations, address behavioral issues, create healthy attachments and work toward trauma/PTSD recovery. He also provided intervention for those suffering from suicidality, addictions, chronic depression and anxiety. Bob's passion is in outpatient therapy, working with a wide range of individuals. His focus is assisting people to find better balance and peace in their lives. He is eager to help others overcome mental health and social issues through self-empowerment. Bob works with individuals and couples suffering from a wide range of mental health and relational issues. Bob is known to be blunt in the ways he helps his clients to create lasting change. He is able to work with severe cases of complex trauma, suicidal ideation, addiction, behavioral concerns, exiting abusive relationships along with day to day experiences of depression, anxiety, OCD, sleep disorders and other mental health issues.

Reynie Sandoval

Reynie has over 23 years of experience in providing therapeutic services in Utah communities. He earned a B.S. in Psychology and a master’s degree in social work (MSW) from Brigham Young University. Reynie was a member of Psi Chi, the International Honor Society in Psychology and was offered a director position before completing his final clinical hours as a graduate student intern. Reynie’s interpersonal and clinical skills allow him to connect with people from diverse walks of life and assist them in living lives of fulfillment and well-being. Reynie is trained in and practices Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and is well-versed in other modalities and interventions such as Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy). He is also trained in Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP). He specializes in working with individuals suffering from depression, anxiety, trauma, PTSD, grief/loss, substance, substance/behavioral addictions, and faith transitions. Reynie resides in Provo, Utah with his wife and two children. He currently enjoys spending time with his amazing family, playing and recording music, biking, and engaging in his fulfilling career.

Cheri Mills

Cheri Mills earned her Bachelor of Arts in Deaf Studies from Utah Valley University, her Master of Social Work from Gallaudet University, and her Doctor of Social Work from Capella University. Cheri has experience working with individuals who struggle with substance abuse issues, childhood trauma, domestic violence, sexual trauma, various mental health issues, and Veterans who struggle with PTSD and TBIs.

Cheri is a trauma informed therapist who strongly believes that her clients are the experts in their lives. She enjoys working with individuals to uncover their inner strengths, find the strengths and positives that come from the darkest times, and empower them to find their voice. She creates a safe space for her clients by building a trusting and healthy provider-client relationship where the client knows that their voice matters. She is able to achieve this by using a holistic treatment approach and adapting modalities to meet the client where they are at along their journey of healing.