Abby McDaniel, MA, APCC
Children, Teens, Adults (California Office)
Sometimes life can throw experiences and unforeseen difficulties our way that we’re not prepared for. It is my goal to help you overcome these obstacles and start a new chapter. Therapy is not always easy, but making the decision to begin the process of bettering yourself is necessary to begin the growth that can lead to a better, more fulfilling life.
I have experience working with teens and adults in areas such as anxiety/panic disorders, depression, family issues, adjustment issues, emotional regulation/coping skills, ADHD, relationship issues, trauma, self-esteem/body image issues, eating disorders and grief. Most importantly, I will work with you to discover what you need out of your therapy and go from there. I take a holistic approach to therapy focusing on the mind-body connection and how it can be used to serve you better. I often utilize Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) techniques to work towards disproving negative core beliefs as well as Mindfulness to help you identify how these beliefs are impacting you physically as well as mentally. Depending on the client’s preferences, I will even include art, music, movement/dance, and writing into the therapeutic process to incorporate creativity with the healing process.
I have worked at a residential treatment center for people with eating disorders. I have worked with adults with developmental disabilities working towards bettering their lives and beginning to take control of their future in a positive way. I have experience with adult children of military families addressing how the military culture impacted them throughout their childhood.
I am here to provide you with a constructive partnership that can help you take the steps needed to strengthen yourself holistically and create for yourself a life with healthier relationships, happier emotions, and greater fulfillment.
- BS – Sociology from the University of Missouri St. Louis
- MA – Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Missouri Baptist University
- APCC #12869
- Supervised by Cindy Isaac, MA, LPCC
LINDA MACINNES, MA, AMFT
Children, Teens, Adults (California Office)
Have you experienced grief and loss, depression, anxiety, or lack enjoyment of once enjoyed activities? I approach each client’s needs in a collaborative way as I believe the client is the expert in their life. I help children, teens, and adults heal from trauma, depression, anxiety, PTSD, grief and loss.
I utilize client-centered therapy as no two clients are the same. I strive to provide a safe environment where you can be heard and understood free of judgement. Through therapy you will begin to focus, prioritize, learn coping tools, and increase self-efficacy. With children, I utilize play therapy to help them identify feelings, emotions, and tools for self-regulation when they don’t have the words.
My experience includes providing therapy to veterans in a non-profit organization specializing in PTSD, trauma recovery, grief, loss, depression, anxiety, and ADHD. I also help with parenting, phase of life issues, and interpersonal communication difficulties.
I help clients create understanding and purpose through building faith in themselves through God.
- BA-Behavioral Science from University of LaVerne
- MA-Marriage and Family Therapist with concentration in Clinical from Touro University
- AMFT #126607
- Supervised by Cindy Isaac, MA, LPCC
Kelly Wilson, MA, LCSW
Neurofeedback Clinician (California Office)
Are you feeling lost, anxious, depressed or you just need someone to talk to? Is your marriage failing and you need help? I would like to help you gain insight to heal, grow and thrive.
My approach is client centered and focused on the whole person. I am a strong believer in the mind-body connection and I will teach you how to heal yourself by helping you understand your brain’s effects on your physical and emotional wellbeing. I believe that each client has the answers to their own life’s struggles, and by providing interactive feedback, I am merely a guide to assist you with unraveling the tangled areas that make perspective difficult to see. I will assist you with arriving at your own personal resolutions for yourself.
I am experienced with work in trauma and PTSD and have been extensively trained in Neurofeedback. I use neuroscience-based practices, Trauma Informed Care and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. As a neurofeedback clinician I believe that a great deal of treatment has been left unutilized by the medical community, so I am grateful to be able to offer this option to my clients to assist with their mental health needs.
My job is to create an environment where you can feel comfortable to begin the work of healing by using various therapeutic techniques until we find the one(s) that fit you best. I have worked with a wide variety of populations including combat veterans, kids, families, Alzheimer’s patients and their loves ones, trauma clients, clients in recovery from drugs, alcohol and sex addiction as well as clients with neuro-atypical disorders.
I work with a furry co-therapist named Simon. He is not a big talker but he is a professionally trained service dog and is happy to give hugs, comfort, or simply nap in the corner of my office during sessions.
If you’re ready for change, call today to schedule your first session!
- BA Sociology with Minor in Philosophy from University of San Diego
- MA Social Work from Arizona State University
- LCSW #105803
Jenna Uhrik, MS, LMFT
Children, Teens and Adults (Tennessee Office, California Telehealth)
Let’s put one foot in front of the other and walk together towards a brighter future
Do you feel like the weight of the world is on your shoulders? If you’ve ever felt anxious, depressed, or stuck, you have come to the right place. I am a licensed marriage and family therapist who loves to help people of all ages reach their full potential.
My therapeutic style is warm and compassionate. I use a person-centered approach because I know that you are the expert of your life – I am merely your guide and support along the way. Our process will start with uncovering the core issues that are affecting you today. From there, we will work together on developing both short-term and long-term solutions as well as resilience. If you choose to work with me, you’ll feel supported every step of the way and gain the ability to go out and face the world with confidence and ease.
I have experience working with clients of all ages. I specialize in anxiety, depression, and relationship stressors. I commonly treat self-esteem issues, trauma, life transitions, stress, communication issues, parenting concerns and sleep issues. With children and teen clients, I often help with peer issues, behavioral issues, self-injurious behaviors, and academic challenges. My treatment approach varies based on the individual I work with. When working with children or adolescents, I commonly use creative modalities such as play therapy, art therapy, and sensory activities. On the other hand, when working with adult clients I might blend talk therapy with mindfulness practices.
- BA Psychology with Minor in Interdisciplinary Studies from San Diego State University
- MS Marriage and Family Therapy from University of Southern California
- LMFT #130815 (CA)
- LMFT #2205 (TN)
Cindy Isaac, MA, LPCC
Certified EMDR Therapist
Children, Teens, & Adults (California Office)
Ready to experience joy in your life again?
Do you find yourself weighed down by anxiety, depression, or fear? You may be experiencing these things because of current stresses in your life or maybe from past trauma. I am a certified EMDR therapist and I help all ages heal from trauma and current life stress, and I can help you find relief so you can live your best life.
My therapy approach is client-centered. This is about your healing journey and my job is to support you in identifying the things that are weighing you down, discovering coping skills that are based on your individual strengths, and experiencing healing from past hurts. Together we will set goals for your therapy experience and collaborate in you reaching those goals. I have extensive experience working with clients of all ages and I enjoy using play therapy techniques with kids as well as EMDR therapy for all ages.
My experience with clients includes both inpatient and outpatient settings and I specialize in trauma recovery, depression and anxiety, PTSD, and relationship stressors. I also help clients with parenting, life transitions, marriage and family concerns, grief, addiction, and substance use. With children and teen clients, I help with challenging behaviors, social concerns, self-harm, autism, adoption, and attachment.
As a Christian therapist, I welcome incorporation of faith and spirituality into the therapy, however spirituality does not have to be a part of the work I do with clients. I’m open to helping each client meet their specific therapeutic goals through the therapy techniques that work best for them.
If you’re read to get help to live your best life, call today to schedule your first session!
- BA Psychology with Minor in Biblical Studies from Biola University
- MA Counseling Psychology from Bethel University
- LPCC #4665
- Certified EMDR Therapist since 2019
- EMDR Trained since 2017
Hi! I’m Tori and my role is to help get you scheduled with the clinician best suited for your needs, get all necessary intake documents completed, and to make sure you are well supported throughout the process. I also assist and support our clinicians with scheduling and any administrative duties as needed. I am passionate about the behavioral health field as I have navigated this road personally with family members and I understand what a daunting process it can be. I have been on the other end of the phone and can empathize with the emotions you may be feeling. I believe in going the extra mile doing what it takes to get the job done.
As a native of the Temecula Valley, I have watched it blossom into what it is today. I have been married for 18 years to my high school sweetheart and together, we have 4 children. I enjoy traveling, hiking, boating and spending quality time with my family and friends.
Please feel free to reach out at any time with any questions you may have about our practice. My goal is to be a positive light and do what I can to help as you embark on your journey toward hope, healing and growth!