Ronda Davis (LCSW), Licensed Clinical Social Worker, graduated from the University of Hawai'i with her Master's degree in Social Work. Ronda specializes in children and adolescents. She utilizes her fun energy and creativity to connnect with children. Ronda has a way of doing therapy with youth that they dont even realize they are doing therapy. Ronda is great at thinking outside the box, which provides great opportunities for self-discovery with her clients. Ronda helps people become the best people they can be. She is a great role model for all teenagers. She has alot of charisma which allows her to share her experience and knowledge with people who are otherise close minded. Ronda has had some challenges in her life that allows her to relate well with people struggling. Ronda is experienced in treating people who suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Addiction and Abuse Disorders, Bipolar, Panic, Anxiety, Depression, Autism, ODD and Conduct Disorder. Ronda is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Art Therapy, Play Therapy, and is knowledgable regarding diet, meditation, yoga, etc.
Ronda Davis, LCSW
Elane de Vos, PhD, ACMHC
Elane de Vos, Ph.D, is an Associate Clinical Mental Health Counselor who is completing her internship through the University of Utah. She got her Master's Degree in Psychology from the University of Pretoria in South Africa. After relocating from South Africa to the United States, she did her Doctorate in Psychology with a Jungian Specialization, through Saybrook Universtiy in California.
Elane collaberates with her clients by using a Psychodynamic lens through which she helps a client to explore unconscious patterns that influence their behavior. A client's self-awareness is enhanced with working symbolically through childhood, adolescence and midlife challenges. She enjoys working with clients of all ages. She has extensive experience with adolescents whose struggling she helps them reframe as the "Hero's Journey." Modalities like dream analysis, active imagination and mindfulness are used with clients that feel comfortable with a creative approach.
Kate Alston, Clinical Mental Health Counselor Intern, is graduating from University of Phoenix with a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health. Kate loves to work with people of all ages, and specializes in young children. Kate specializes in trauma, depression, anxiety, bereavement, using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Play Therapy, Sand Tray and EMDR. Kate’s calm and compassionate demeanor eases client’s anxious minds and creates a safe place to process emotions. Kate is well educated in yoga, meditation, nutrition and mindful living, using each of them daily and in sessions. Kate works hard to ensure that her office is like a second home that provides you with a safe, nurturing environment to heal. Kate spends her time swimming, scuba diving, hiking, riding horses and loves to exercise.
Kate Alston, CMHC-I
Chris Tittle, ACMHC
Chris Tittle, ACMHC specializes in helping adolescents, adults, couples and families. Chris treats a variety of mental health conditions, from anxiety and depression to body image, relationship struggles and more. Treatment is tailored to each individual situation. Typically, he utlizes Mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cogntive-Behavioral Therapy to enhance insight and create change.
In additional to his clinical training and experience, he is a Professional Coach. His coaching perspective combined with his clinical training provide unique therapeutic expereinces, which empowers clients to grow. He is a member of the LGTBQ Guild, which means he is an affirming therapist with specialized training with this population.