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Team Members

Dr. Kai Gunty

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Dr. Kai Gunty

PhD, LPCC, LAMFT

Owner, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist, AAMFT Supervisor Candidate

Kai focuses primarily on supervision, training, teaching, and mentoring. He specializes in gender identity, neurodiversity, trauma, OCD, anxiety, and other emotional and behavioral challenges. He is also trained in assessment of children 0-5 years old. Kai primarily utilizes SMART, a sensorimotor-based treatment modality based on somatic regulation and attachment-building.

Brooke Thingvold

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Brooke Thingvold

MS, LAMFT

Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist

Brooke loves working with LGBTQIA+ children aged 5-18, adults, parents, and families. They aim to provide inclusive and affirming care for all people, and with lots of experience with anxiety and/or depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD/C-PTSD), non-suicidal self-harm, suicidal ideation, and any history of trauma within the family.​

Brooke is trained in SMART.

Jack Sparks

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Jack Sparks

MS, MHP

Mental Health Practitioner, Clinical Counseling

Jack works with clients ages 12 and up. He works with folks struggling with disordered eating patterns, negative self talk, self harm, suicidal ideation, and symptoms of post traumatic stress. As a transgender and autistic therapist, he enjoys working with clients looking to explore and process gender, sexual orientation, and neurodivergence.

He is trained in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and is dedicated to actively engaging with anti-racism and decolonization of his practice.

Tina Robinson

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Tina Robinson

MOT, OTR/L

Pediatric Occupational Therapist

Tina works with children of all ages with many different abilities. She specializes in sensory processing, pediatric feeding disorder, and motor delays. Her goal is to educate children and families so that they can feel empowered to handle the day ahead of them! 

Tina is trained in SOS Approach to Feeding & Therapeutic Listening. Tina has a holistic and family centered style to treatment which helps create positive and long lasting changes for clients.

Jenna Landry

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Jenna Landry

MSW, LGSW

Mental Health Practitioner, Licensed Graduate Social Worker

Jenna enjoys working with LGBTQIA+ adults and children ages 4-18 and their families around gender identity development, developmental trauma (PTSD/C-PTSD), attachment, and neurodiversity. Jenna’s work is rooted and energized by anti-oppressive practices and liberations. Their approach is informed by attachment theory, sensorimotor regulation, and polyvagal theory. Jenna is trained in SMART.

Alicia Losier

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Alicia Losier

MA, LAMFT

Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist

Alicia aims to empower clients to increase understanding of how experiences as well as relationships and other systems influence their unconscious beliefs and how those in-turn shape their internal emotional world and behavior. She sees individuals, teens (14+) couples, parent-child, and families, and offers ART.

Sarah Halls

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Sarah Halls

MS, CCC-SLP

Speech-Language Pathologist

Sarah works with children of all ages with a wide variety of communication disorders. She has expertise in receptive and expressive language, childhood apraxia of speech (CAS), articulation, phonology, fluency, and Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC).

Sarah believes that effective therapy begins with a play-based and family-centered approach.

Ruby Levine

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Ruby Levine

MSW, LGSW

Mental Health Practitioner, Licensed Graduate Social Worker

Ruby works with adults using a relational approach to therapy. Her areas of focus include queer and trans adults, the parents of queer and trans children, and people with concerns relating to pregnancy (infertility, family planning, abortion, and pregnancy itself). She takes a disability justice approach to the therapy process and works to make sure you are fully included in every part of your treatment. As part of her disability justice focus in an ongoing pandemic, she is only available to see clients via telehealth.

Adam Cook

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Adam Cook

Intern, Marriage and Family Therapy

Adam works with LGBTQIA+ couples, families and individuals including adolescents. He provides affirming care that is a space for clients to feel heard and accepted while working together to allow you to thrive, individually and in your relationships. Adam also works with relationships inclusive of all sexual orientations to explore and navigate different forms of consensual and ethical non-monogamy.

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