Breann's focus is working with couples who are dating, married or separated. She has experience working with interracial, lesbian, gay and straight couples. She helps with issues such as communication, trust, infidelity, finances, parenting and family.
Breann goes beyond the typical empathy and coping skills approach. She uses the Gottman Method and Imago Dialogue to help couples develop empathy and a deeper understanding toward one another. Breann provides a neutral and safe space that allows couples to comfortably confront their issues.
Jaqi has over 20 years experience working with children, teens, and adults. She focuses on establishing a trusting relationship through compassion and non judgement, using a variety of techniques tailored to each individuals needs. She works with anyone that is willing to work on themselves and can help people develop a deeper understanding of themselves, gain new perspectives of their situations, provide support, and be a change agent in their journey to happiness.
Kerrianne is currently working toward her clinical license. She graduated with a Masters Degree in Social Work from Rutgers University and has worked extensively with youth and their families on behavioral challenges related to ADHD, Autism, self-harming behaviors, anxiety, depression, video game addiction, anger, family conflict, and peer relationship challenges. She utilizes a mixture of techniques including Applied Behavioral Analysis, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Play Therapy. She is passionate about helping people reach their goals by providing compassion and empathy to those she works with.