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Crystal Willoughby, PsyD

Crystal works with children and young adults, with couples, individuals and families who need a welcoming, safe space where they can open up and share, where they can explore their lives together and heal.

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She assists her clients with psychological assessment, working one-on- one with children and adolescents, helping them identify their natural strengths and areas for growth– academically, mentally and emotionally. Crystal’s adult clients come for clarity, to find help facing persistent issues or roadblocks in their careers, relationships, at school, and in their personal lives.

Crystal’s therapeutic approach is eclectic. She draws from various orientations and theories
including cognitive behavioral therapy, psychodynamic and humanistic, among others. Her clients
often see her about:

● Anxiety
● Depression
● Irrational thoughts and fears
● Identity issues
● Stress management
● Relationship struggles

Her services include couples therapy, family therapy, individual therapy and psychological testing.

Gabriella Coakley, M.S.

Gabriella works with clients ranging diversely from young children to adolescents to adults. She has the kind yet firm disposition to help children misbehaving or acting out, as well as the experience, insight and compassion to assist young adults and adults who may need:

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  • Career counseling
  • Substance abuse counseling
  • Individual counseling

Gabriella’s approach fuses mindfulness research with her own experience as therapist and clinician. The result is an integrative therapeutic approach, with elements of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and mindfulness practice.

Her services include individual therapy, couples counseling, group therapy and clinical assessment.

Riannon Hazell, M.S.

Riannon works with closely and compassionately with children. She performs comprehensive psychoeducational testing and helps her clients (and their parents) cope with and manage attention, anxiety and mood issues, learning disorders and intellectual disabilities, cognitive dysfunction and developmental delays.

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Riannon’s approach emphasizes evidence-based cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), particularly in treating mood and anxiety disorders. Her areas of interest and clinical expertise include:
● Grief and loss
● Stress management
● Mood and anxiety
● Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
● Learning disorders

Her services include child therapy and a range of psychoeducational testing.

Rachel Nicholson, M.S.

Rachel helps children struggling with mood, attention and anxiety issues, cognitive dysfunction such as executive function dysregulation, intellectual or learning disabilities, and developmental delays.

Rachel’s approach to therapy centers on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), a blend of acceptance and mindfulness strategies combined with strategies useful in shifting behaviors and increasing accountability. The result is overall greater psychological flexibility and resilience.

Her clinical interests and psychological expertise include:
● Mindfulness in therapeutic settings
● Social skills group therapy
● Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD)
● Concussions

She offers child therapy, psychological evaluations and group counseling.

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  • Career counseling
  • Substance abuse counseling
  • Individual counseling

Gabriella’s approach fuses mindfulness research with her own experience as therapist and clinician. The result is an integrative therapeutic approach, with elements of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and mindfulness practice.

Her services include individual therapy, couples counseling, group therapy and clinical assessment.