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Meet the Team

Learn more about the staffs history and personal interests.

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JENNIFER L. FLOOD

LMFT & LPCC

Jennifer L. Flood, LMFT, LPCC

Jennifer Flood is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor. She specializes in helping individuals reach their goals whether it be optimizing a relationship, a career change, managing grief, or just feeling better overall. Jennifer also works with couples and families, and she is happy to adjust her therapeutic approach to match the needs of her clients and meet them wherever they are at.

In addition to providing direct therapy, Jen supervises a team of licensed and pre-licensed clinicians.  Jen takes pride in supporting a diverse team that represents the community we serve. Jen also provides consulting to therapists seeking to start or grow their private practice. She also specializes in providing therapy to other mental health providers.

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Get to Know the Rest of the Team

Sam Rich

Associate Marriage and Family Therapist

Our lives are a complex weave of stories. There are the tales we tell about ourselves, about the world, and about others, but there also exist the stories that we’re born into and the ones the world, and others, tell us about ourselves. These stories have immense power, they influence everything we do, we say, we think, and feel; so it’s important that we ask ourselves a few questions:

 

  • What are my stories and where do they come from?

  • How do they impact me?

  • How has my story changed over time?

  • And where do I want my story to go?

My name is Sam and I am an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist.  My goal is to provide a safe and non-judgmental space in which we explore your story together as fellow adventurers.  I approach the therapeutic process from an eclectic lens, but I mainly focus on narrative therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), and family systems therapy.  I work with individuals, couples, and families and am comfortable with all issues.

 

I look forward to working with you!

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Amanda Rodrigue-Frasier

Associate Marriage and Family Therapist
Associate Professional Clinical Counselor

“No matter your position, circumstances, or opportunities in life, you always have the freedom of mind to choose how you experience, interpret, and, ultimately, shape your world.” ― Brendon Burchard


Ever since I can remember, I wanted to save the world, even if it meant only one person. I soon realized it was not about saving per se, but creating an empathic, accepting, and collaborative space for individuals to be their authentic selves as they grapple with the various facets of the human condition.


Fundamentally, I believe in your worth, your capacity, and that you are the expert on you. I strive to provide an authentic therapeutic experience for you to be known, seen, heard, while bringing about motivation and freedom to enact real and lasting change.


I am a trauma-informed clinician that has worked with individuals who have experienced anxiety, depression, suicidal thoughts and self-harm, grief and loss, substance use and addiction, domestic violence, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADD, ADHD), and parenting and co-parenting.


My educational background includes a master’s degree from William Jessup University in Counseling Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy and Professional Clinical Counseling. I have additional training in Addiction Treatment and Prevention Services, Alternatives for Families-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Parent-Child Care.

Andreina Cheema

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Associate Professional Clinical Counselor

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Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes that can make life challenging. As your therapist I will walk alongside you and honor where you are at in your journey. I will create a safe space for you to search for meaning and understanding as you navigate life. I enjoy creating meaningful connections with my clients. I am passionate about supporting my clients in exploring and processing all things that come with being human, developing insight and awareness, identifying beliefs, stories, or patterns that are not serving you, healing from emotional wounds/trauma, increasing self-love and self-compassion, finding concrete solutions to change, teaching positive coping skills, and building resiliency and empowerment. My intention will be to serve as your guide in reaching your own destination and goals. 

 

I take a holistic approach to therapy, honoring mind, body, and soul. I am trauma-informed and use a culturally sensitive lens. I practice through various modalities and work with my clients to find the approach that fits them best based on their individual needs. 

 

I have 11 years of experience working with kids, teens, adolescents, and adults who have struggled with life transitions, anxiety, depression, trauma, PTSD, grief and loss, ADHD, suicidal ideation, self-harm, and self-esteem/self worth; or who solely want to work on self-development and improving their well-being.

I also provide ketamine integration psychotherapy in group and individual therapy settings 

to individuals undergoing ketamine therapy for treatment resistant anxiety, depression, PTSD, and chronic pain. 

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Megan Mccolley

Associate Marriage and Family Therapist

Megan is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist experienced in working with adolescences, teens, children, adults, and families. Her experience encompasses work within Placer and Sacramento County, multiple schools, and non profits. Her mission is to empower, strengthen, and provide her clients with hope through difficult seasons in their lives.

 

Her strength-based approach allows her to highlight her clients' strengths while supporting them through the difficult trials in life. Whether you are looking for therapy for yourself or a loved one, together, she will walk with you through a collaborative and therapeutic approach. 

Jake De La Hoya

Associate Marriage and Family Therapist

Jake’s CBT/Solution Focused style is interactive and fun while honoring his client’s relationships, helping them discover what is truly needed from these relationships and inspiring them to live authentically. His main therapeutic focus is increasing awareness of environments and everyday situations, opening one’s perception of life choices, and intensifying feelings of empowerment and liberation. In addition to this, Jake comes from a strengths-based lens/client-centered approach when navigating the clients therapeutic journey.

 

Jake worked for several years in community mental health and is trained in trauma-focused CBT and 7Challenges AOD counseling. He is a recent University of San Francisco graduate with a master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and earned his bachelor's degree in social work at Sacramento State University. Recently, Jake has been serving Capital Star CSET for CSEC program as a clinician and had years prior serving the LGBTQIA community at The Gender Health Center. Jake has a passion to serve clients from a wide variety of various different socioeconomic backgrounds, and specializes in treating trauma, anxiety, depression, and LGBTQIA related issues.

 

A San Diego native, Jake is now a proud Sacramentan. He enjoys eating at local restaurants with friends, going pop music concerts (Britney Spears is his idol!) and traveling with his husband (his favorite destination so far is Maui).

 
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