Meet Our Team

Phil

Phil Stark

Associate Therapist

I'm Phil Stark, Associate Marriage and Family Therapist. I provide talk therapy for people dealing with depression, anxiety, relationship conflict, addiction, grief, and major life changes. I use a variety of approaches, including Psychodynamics, CBT, Relational support, Attachment Theory, and Mindfulness. I specialize in telehealth, but see clients in person as well. The goal of our work together is to help you feel better about yourself and happier with your life.

 

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Jill Rosenberg

Associate Therapist

My practice is grounded in my belief that the therapeutic relationship provides a unique opportunity to explore experiences and parts of ourselves that are hard to look at alone. We are all capable of healing, growth and transformation at any point.  Together, we will meet your experience with compassion and view problems as clues about what might be missing. While I work with a range of populations, I particularly enjoy working with individuals who are struggling with self-esteem or shame, relationship issues, and those exploring sexuality, gender and other aspects of identity.

 

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Melissa Hannan

Associate Therapist

I specialize in helping people reconnect with their authentic selves after leaving a high-demand group or cult, or after experiencing any other form of religious abuse. I am passionate about helping individuals heal from trauma. I also love working with individuals with ADHD to embrace their unique brain so they can thrive! As an intersectional feminist, you can expect me to privilege your subjective experiences and to honor the fact that your intersectional identity impacts how you relate to the world and vice versa. I am trained in EMDR and would be happy to discuss how I may integrate this powerful modality into your therapy. I am queer-affirming and welcome individuals of all genders and sexual orientations. In addition to individual therapy, I also provide couples therapy and pre-marital counseling.

 

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Cynthia Greenburg

Associate Therapist

The most important thing, bar none, is that you feel seen and heard. Whatever your goals, needs, or concerns, my goal is that you feel understood. I work with individuals, couples, and teens on a variety of topics including grief and loss, depression, ageism, parenting, shame and trauma. If your problem doesn't have a neat label, but you're just not feeling great and need someone to talk to, therapy can help.

The change you seek is within your grasp.

Phil

Phil Stark

Associate Therapist

I'm Phil Stark, Associate Marriage and Family Therapist. I provide talk therapy for people dealing with depression, anxiety, relationship conflict, addiction, grief, and major life changes. I use a variety of approaches, including Psychodynamics, CBT, Relational support, Attachment Theory, and Mindfulness. I specialize in telehealth, but see clients in person as well. The goal of our work together is to help you feel better about yourself and happier with your life.

 

Eagle Rock Photo (1)

Jill Rosenberg

Associate Therapist

My practice is grounded in my belief that the therapeutic relationship provides a unique opportunity to explore experiences and parts of ourselves that are hard to look at alone. We are all capable of healing, growth and transformation at any point.  Together, we will meet your experience with compassion and view problems as clues about what might be missing. While I work with a range of populations, I particularly enjoy working with individuals who are struggling with self-esteem or shame, relationship issues, and those exploring sexuality, gender and other aspects of identity.

 

Melissa Profile 1 (1)

Melissa Hannan

Associate Therapist

I specialize in helping people reconnect with their authentic selves after leaving a high-demand group or cult, or after experiencing any other form of religious abuse. I am passionate about helping individuals heal from trauma. I also love working with individuals with ADHD to embrace their unique brain so they can thrive! As an intersectional feminist, you can expect me to privilege your subjective experiences and to honor the fact that your intersectional identity impacts how you relate to the world and vice versa. I am trained in EMDR and would be happy to discuss how I may integrate this powerful modality into your therapy. I am queer-affirming and welcome individuals of all genders and sexual orientations. In addition to individual therapy, I also provide couples therapy and pre-marital counseling.

 

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Cynthia Greenburg

Associate Therapist

The most important thing, bar none, is that you feel seen and heard. Whatever your goals, needs, or concerns, my goal is that you feel understood. I work with individuals, couples, and teens on a variety of topics including grief and loss, depression, ageism, parenting, shame and trauma. If your problem doesn't have a neat label, but you're just not feeling great and need someone to talk to, therapy can help.

The change you seek is within your grasp.

Phil

Phil Stark

Associate Therapist

I'm Phil Stark, Associate Marriage and Family Therapist. I provide talk therapy for people dealing with depression, anxiety, relationship conflict, addiction, grief, and major life changes. I use a variety of approaches, including Psychodynamics, CBT, Relational support, Attachment Theory, and Mindfulness. I specialize in telehealth, but see clients in person as well. The goal of our work together is to help you feel better about yourself and happier with your life.

 

Eagle Rock Photo (1)

Jill Rosenberg

Associate Therapist

My practice is grounded in my belief that the therapeutic relationship provides a unique opportunity to explore experiences and parts of ourselves that are hard to look at alone. We are all capable of healing, growth and transformation at any point.  Together, we will meet your experience with compassion and view problems as clues about what might be missing. While I work with a range of populations, I particularly enjoy working with individuals who are struggling with self-esteem or shame, relationship issues, and those exploring sexuality, gender and other aspects of identity.

 

Melissa Profile 1 (1)

Melissa Hannan

Associate Therapist

I specialize in helping people reconnect with their authentic selves after leaving a high-demand group or cult, or after experiencing any other form of religious abuse. I am passionate about helping individuals heal from trauma. I also love working with individuals with ADHD to embrace their unique brain so they can thrive! As an intersectional feminist, you can expect me to privilege your subjective experiences and to honor the fact that your intersectional identity impacts how you relate to the world and vice versa. I am trained in EMDR and would be happy to discuss how I may integrate this powerful modality into your therapy. I am queer-affirming and welcome individuals of all genders and sexual orientations. In addition to individual therapy, I also provide couples therapy and pre-marital counseling.

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Cynthia Greenburg

Associate Therapist

The most important thing, bar none, is that you feel seen and heard. Whatever your goals, needs, or concerns, my goal is that you feel understood. I work with individuals, couples, and teens on a variety of topics including grief and loss, depression, ageism, parenting, shame and trauma. If your problem doesn't have a neat label, but you're just not feeling great and need someone to talk to, therapy can help.

The change you seek is within your grasp.