Meet Us

Emily Cannon

Your story matters; tell it. Making the decision to pursue counseling is brave-I know because I’ve done it. I don’t think I have the right to sit in the “therapist chair” and counsel others without having worked on my own issues in the seat you are thinking about taking. I have been in counseling at various times in my life and am committed to an ongoing process of self-awareness and growth.


Jenna Lavoie

My friends and family describe me as calm, compassionate, dependable, and sincere. My friends feel that I am approachable and that they are able to experience a sense of peace as they share what is on their heart with me. I have always been somewhat reserved about my own feelings and am only able to open up once I feel accepted and comfortable with another person. I know that it is scary to show transparency with a stranger and it takes time to develop the counseling relationship just as it does with any other friendship. It is my goal to provide a relaxed, compassionate, and non-judgmental environment so that you feel comfortable sharing your own story with me.


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Jessie Nealen

I have always been drawn to people and strongly believe in the power of community. Through family, friends, mentors and as a counselor, I have experienced the profound joy and power of walking with and learning from others. It is my sincere hope to walk alongside of you, help you discover your strength, and cheer you on as you work towards your goals.


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Latasha Gary

For as long as I can remember, I have felt drawn to serve others and give back to my community. Throughout my life, connecting with others has come easily for me and I believe my gentle and warm demeanor helps clients feel safe and comfortable to open up during therapy sessions. As a parent myself, I know what it’s like to worry about your child; to question if their struggles are just a phase or if they could benefit from a space and support outside the family to process their emotions.


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