Sébastien Nguyen

Dr. Sébastien Nguyen is a licensed clinical psychologist, member of the Ordre des Psychologues du Québec. He obtained his PhD from McGill University in clinical and experimental social psychology, and received training in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), as well as in emotion-/relationship-centered approaches (EFT). He is a qualified teacher of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and also received training in Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) from the Center for Mindfulness Studies. He teaches mindfulness to groups and individuals with diverse needs and backgrounds, in professional settings, as well as in the broader community. His warm and accessible approach focuses on clients’ individual experience, and addresses their needs realistically, flexibly, and within the larger context of their life. People he works with are helped to improve their relationship with themselves and others, by studying the interplay between their past, present, and desired experiences. Sebastien’s practice is welcoming and accessible. He also works fluently in both French and English.

John Ellis

A humanistic existential therapeutic approach with sound principles and psychology helps people as much as mindfulness, meditation and medicine. A therapeutic relationship can be an agent of positive change and growth in your life. The human condition requires some health and healing. As a fellow traveler I hope to help people along their journey.

Joseph Llavina

Joe has almost 15 years of experience working in medicine in various capacities. He previously worked as a firefighter/paramedic and has a special place in his heart for first responders. Joe tries to take a holistic approach to care, with a focus on healing rather than simply treating when possible. His personal experience with ADHD has allowed him to serve as a guide for others with the diagnosis. He also has a passion for Psychedelic medicine and is preparing to deliver private psychedelic assisted therapy sessions. He also has experience in male hormone therapy and sleep apnea treatment.

Danielle Musick

Danielle Musick is a Certified Othmer Method neurofeedback provider and licensed clinical social worker. She trained with Sue Othmer, BCIAC and Siegfried Othmer, PhD, two of the world’s leading neurofeedback experts. Neurofeedback is a powerful tool to regulate the body and mind. Danielle graduated from the University of Utah in 2002 with a Bachelor of Science in Health Education and Promotion and Secondary Education, majoring in health and minoring in coaching. Danielle graduated with a Master of Social Work from Arizona State University. She worked previously as Program Director of Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy and Neurofeedback for an agency, while also providing training, consultation, and data research nationally for the Neurofeedback Advocacy Project. If you want to curate health, joy, and hope in your life, there are many tools that can help you achieve that goal. Health comes through engaging emotionally, physically, and socially in your life. It takes great courage to ask for help but it is the first step to living a fuller and more joyful life. Success looks different for everyone. Reprocessing and understanding your life experiences can bring peace and self-compassion. Danielle provides specialized trauma-informed services. Neurofeedback, EMDR, IFS, and ketamine assisted therapy are some of her favorite tools for healing. Altered states of consciousness and spirituality can bring a sense of connectedness and self-led empowerment. The pain and struggle it can take to get out of bed every day is real. Let's make you the best that you can be.