Counselors in Residence
Jennifer Vazquez, AMFT
Viviana Vallin, MA, LPCC-RA, TCTSY-F
Sheridan Henderson, LMFT
“Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?” — Mary Oliver
Life: loss, grief, family, relationships, LGBTQ, and the challenges of being a working artist. I can help you do you, authentically and with — let’s dare to say it — joy.
Sarah Clark, AMFT
I offer my services in English, Hebrew and French.
Collaborative, transparent, embodied therapy focusing on supporting struggles related to shame, LGBTQIA identities and relationships, trauma (sexual, cultural, intergenerational), reproduction (infertility, abortion, miscarriage, adoption, etc.), and climate-related anxiety and grief. I love working with activists, artists, and teens.
Kiara is a Peruvian-American therapist born and raised in Lima, Peru. Her American roots brought her to the University of Oregon for her undergraduate studies in Psychology, where she also found Buddhism. After working as a counselor at an anti Human Trafficking Agency in Lima, Peru, Kiara moved to Los Angeles to obtain a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology at Pepperdine University. Kiara uses her bicultural and bilingual background to serve diverse populations and is currently taking Hispanic and non Hispanic clients. Her practice includes Relational Gestalt and Mindfulness Techniques. Kiara aims to help clients achieve integration and self-compassion by creating a collaborative, nonjudgmental, safe space for them to process struggles in their lives.
Kaitlin Dull, LMSW
Julia Grace Vishnepolsky, MA, LPCC, R-DMT
Julia is a licensed psychotherapist devoted to embodiment and creativity in helping human beings thrive. In your sessions together, you have the option of exploring traditional talk therapy with hands on creativity and mind/body techniques, as well as learn practical tools to manage emotions, relationships, and live a life with peace and flow.
Julia is an advocate for expressive arts therapy, regularly speaking on the intersection of healthcare and the healing arts. She is the founder and executive director of ALMA a non profit program that addresses loneliness through movement & arts programming and creates meaningful relationships between volunteers and older adults living with and without dementia.
Julia’s professional training in Dance/Movement Therapy as well as love for nature and community led her to developing “The Wave Silent Disco”, an outdoor community dance experience inspiring self expression and a sense of belonging.
Jen Hurvitz, M.A.
A Los Angeles native, Jen earned her Bachelor’s degree at University of California, Santa Barbara. After working in education for 10 years, specializing in adolescents with learning differences and social emotional struggles, she earned her Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University. Jen believes that each of her clients have an unlimited, often untapped, source of wisdom within themselves.
Her clinical experience includes working with adults and couples, focusing on challenges such as anxiety, depression, and trauma. While she often helps clients process their past, she believes that strategies to maintain a connection with the present are invaluable in psychotherapy. As such, mindfulness practices, developing awareness of the body, and breath work are essential in her work with clients. She is dedicated to helping her clients strengthen their connection to themselves and the world around them.
Hilary Robman, MA, AMFT
Heather Huff, MFTi
Angela Doss, MA, AMFT, NTP