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Norma Magdaleno, DBH, LCSW
Director /Psychotherapist
Clinical Supervisor
Mandee Chance, MBA, MSC/CCMH, NCC, LPC-S
Clinical Supervisor
Norma is a Doctor of Behavioral Health (DBH) and a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW).  Norma is a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP) specializing in sexual trauma, PTSD, depression, anxiety, and relationship violence.  She has over 20 years of experience working with multi-cultural family systems including adults and adolescents in a variety of settings.  Norma’s psychotherapeutic approach focuses on developmental stages and the use of systems, psychodynamic, social learning, and transpersonal models.  Norma also provides guidance with co-occurring disorders and disease management. She is available for professional consultations and supervision.
Spanish speaking.
Contact: (520) 303-1697                                          

Mandee is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) who works with families and individuals using a spectrum of modalities that fit the needs of the client.  Mandee works with families, individuals, and children.  She helps people find their strength to overcome symptoms of trauma, PTSD, anxiety, depression, substance abuse, grief, aggression, sexual maladaptive behaviors, family issues, and psychoeducation. Mandee also has extensive work experience with military service memebers with the US Army and US Air Force. 

Contact: 520-222-9458

Derek Reece, LCSW
Clinical Supervisor/Therapist
Derek is Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), that assists individuals/families  with complex issues in an relaxed and safe space. Derek's flexible approach helps individuals with pain, cravings, self image and control,  repression, problem solving, shifting attitudes or influences through empowerment and change. Call for more information and/or schedule. 
Contact: 520-490-1195
Rodger Lee MSC, NCC, LPC
Rodger is a licensed therapist that specializes in assisting children, adolescents, adults, and families with behavioral issues including trauma, depression, delinquency, anxiety, ADHD, and aggression/anger management.  He is available for psychoeducational trainings.
Contact: (520) 353-2051
Carrie Wilson, MA, NCC, LPC
Carrie has a Master’s degree in Behavioral Health Counseling from Northern Arizona University. Utilizing Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Cognitive Behavioral and Person-Centered therapies, Carrie specializes in trauma and trauma-related issues and also assists clients experiencing deficits of self-esteem, depression and anxiety.  
Contact: (520) 337-2301 
Liliana is a Licensed Master Social Worker and has worked with long term and short term foster care. Her specialties include, but are not limited to, client centered approach, solution focus, cognitive behavioral therapy, and trauma narrative. She works with teenagers, families, adults, and couples who experience issues with depression, anxiety, PTSD, and any other challenges that interfere with daily life .   
Bilingual Therapist
Phone (775) 591-8782
Liliana Sanchez, LMSW
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Emily Farabaugh, MSC, NCC, LPC
Emily is a licensed therapist with a Masters Degree in Professional Counseling. Her specialties include individual and couples counseling; involving trauma processing, stress management, addiction, self-harm, anxiety, mood disorders, mindfulness, CBT, and relationship struggles. Just like physical injury, mental and emotional healing is a process that takes time and attentive care. Emily will assist as as a guide while you explore your thoughts, emotions and needs; to achieve a healthier mind, body, and spirit. There is no "one-size fits all" approach to therapy. Emily tailors every session to suit each individual (or couple). 
For more information or to schedule your session
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Jacqueline Sheppard, LAC, NCC, MSC
Jacqueline has a Master of Science in Counseling degree from the University of Phoenix. She works with all populations and all ages (foster care, post-jail release-probation, intellectual disabilities, LGBTQ, and elderly) and has experience providing trauma care, relationship/ family therapy, anger management, domestic violence/ substance abuse classes, skills training, anxiety/depression and career/vocational coaching. In addition, Jacqueline is fluent in English and Spanish. Her modalities generally include person-centered, solution-focused therapies using an existential approach.
Call/Text for free 20-min consultation!
Contact: (520) 477-8697
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 Kelsey Garcia Faber, MA, LAC

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Laura Nunez, MA, LPC, NCC

Kelsey is a Licensed Associate Counselor with a Masters in Counseling & Mental Health from the University of Arizona. Kelsey uses a holistically centered, strengths-based approach to specialize with adolescents, teens, and families to explore the root of emotional trauma and dysregulation in the family & community systems of her clients. Kelsey also works with adults and uses mindfulness & cognitive behavioral therapy to meet her client's unique needs & experiences. Kelsey also has experience with crisis response, LGBTQ+ clients, separation/divorce, depression & anxiety, social skills & behavioral difficulties, self-esteem issues, perfectionism and underachievement.

Phone:  520-369-3294
Andrea Ward, MS, LAC

Andrea has earned a Master’s Degree in counseling and is currently a Licensed Associate Counselor. Andrea works with individuals who are experiencing symptoms of depression, anxiety, self-esteem issues, relationship issues, and grief/loss. Using a strengths-based perspective Andrea will assist you in identifying what you want from counseling, determine your personal goals, explore what you are willing to do to reach your goals, and learn how to get there. Let’s explore your strengths and build the confidence to make the changes you desire.



Laura is a licensed trauma therapist dedicated to helping people heal, grow, and overcome their struggles.  She specializes in treating children, adolescents, and adults with PTSD, depression, addiction, and anxiety using a variety of methods. Laura has extensive experience working with domestic violence and child abuse survivors and helps them re-discover their power and voice. Laura is bilingual in English/Spanish and is also EMDR trained.  For more information, please contact her at:  

Phone: (520) 955-9429

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Robin Edgell, MSW, LMSW

Robin is a Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW), who has experience working with families, adolescents, relationships and those in the military. Her specialties include, but are not limited to, client centered strength-based approach, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), PTSD and trauma work. Robin works with teens, families, those in relationships, and the LGBTQIA+ Community who are working through depression, anxiety, communication issues, trauma processing and other large life changes. Robin uses a compassionate approach, combined with strength-based techniques, to help clients work through the challenges that they are facing. Through psychoeducation, communication, skills learning, and healthy coping skills, Robin can assist you in your journey to better mental health.

Phone: (520) 403-6775


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Elahe Bellinger, LMSW
Elahe is a trauma specialist with a licensed Master of Social Work (LMSW) that specializes in working with families, children, and adults in areas of PTSD, self-harming behaviors, crisis intervention, substance use disorders, depression, serious mental Illnesses, and relational issues. Elahe utilizes a compassionate, strength-focused approach with Somatic Practices, MIndfulness, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Problem Solving, Parts Therapy, Systems Therapy, Client-Centered Therapy, and Problem Solving to help clients work through their dilemmas. Elahe is able to meet with clients in the office or by telehealth. Call for scheduling or for more information at 
(623) 349-4289
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Charlotte Peper, LPC, EMDR, TAP

Charlotte is a 6th generation Tucson native, a musician, and artist who believes that life, like art, is a masterpiece in progress. It may take a few accidents to discover the hidden essence of the picture – and beauty can emerge from error.  Charlotte began her work in human services over 35 years ago. She is a certified Transactional Analysis Practitioner (TAP), EMDR Trained, CAPACITAR Practitioner and Trainer, and a Trainer in Sex Trafficking Research through ASU.  


Charlotte’s passion is in helping people overcome the stress and traumas encountered during their life journeys. She uses a variety of interventions such as such as Redecision. Therapy, Somatic Approaches, Mindfulness, Gestalt Therapy, CBT, Motivational Interviewing, EMDR and Rogerian person-centered approaches, and tailors each therapeutic life plan to the individual needs of each unique person. Charlotte works with people ages 16-adulthood and older adulthood. 

For more information, please contact her at:  

Phone: (928) 212-2960


Jennifer Johnston, BHT

Jennifer is an intern at Grand Canyon University working on her Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She has experience in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Positive Psychology, Motivational Interviewing, Substance Abuse, and Trauma. Jennifer also has experience with the DCS system, inmates, and those who work in corrections.


Work email

Work phone 520-349-1860

Eric Mckinley, LPC
Trauma Therapist 

Eric has a Master’s degree in Counseling with an emphasis on expressive art therapy. Eric is trained in utilizing Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), and has experience doing dream work and helping manage nightmares and other sleep issues. Eric uses a person-centered approach and believes that we all have strengths that can be used to overcome anxiety, depression, trauma-related, addictions, self-compassion, and many other issues. Eric is an outside-the-box thinker that may be able to help you live the best life you can live. 


Dreamwork for PTSD, Trauma, and Nightmare reduction


Addiction management

Contact: 520-815-6722


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Debra Marshall MA, LAMFT

Debra is a Licensed Associate Marriage and Family therapist. Debra specializes in working couples and individuals 18 years and older. Relationship issues, anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, grief/loss, PTSD, are some reasons that bring a person or couple to therapy.  As a marriage and family therapist, Debra looks through a systemic lens and begins with a Narrative/collaborative approach. Everyone has a unique story that is influenced by various social discourses. Other modalities include Gottman, EFT, CBT, and mindfulness. Debra will work collaboratively with you to help you identify your needs and develop a plan to reach personal goals. Call for scheduling or for more information at:

Contact: 520-490-0098

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