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Associates

Nori Deatherage, M.Ed.

Associate Professional Clinical Counselor #14146

Nori Deatherage, M.Ed. Associate Professional Clinical Counselor

Are you feeling overwhelmed, stressed, or struggling to balance it all? Perhaps you are feeling strain or disappointment in relationships or in yourself? Have you endured great loss and are living with grief or sadness, dealing with difficult adjustments, abuse, addiction, or feelings of disconnection with people and the world around you? Are you struggling in school or work life? You might be feeling a sense of guilt or shame or longing for something different in your life. Whatever barriers or challenges you may be facing right now, you have come here for a reason, to find help and professional support.

Although major life transitions can bring up feelings of loss, abandonment and uncertainty, it can also be a time of change and growth. With every major change in our lives, there can be a sense of grief and fear of the unknown, but with these changes come opportunities for us to develop and grow as individuals.

Life is unpredictable, but with the right tools and perspective you can endure life’s most challenging trials. I know this from my own personal experience. Rather than fixing your thoughts and energy on the negatives around you, let us focus on your strengths, and allow me the opportunity to give you additional resources to pull from. We do not have time to waste. Your life is valuable and there are tools and techniques that can help you. Our success will be based on a bond of trust.

I hold Bachelor’s degree in Communications from Pepperdine University and Masters of Education from Azusa Pacific University. I am also a school counselor and have the privilege of serving children and families in the Irvine Unified School District. Specifically, I work with students through one-on-one sessions and in small groups, provide mental health education to staff and parents, and serve as a resource to connect families with various support services in the community. I am trained in school-based conflict mediation, crisis response, and suicide risk assessment. I work closely with fellow professional therapists, constantly keeping myself informed and sharing wisdom concerning the best techniques to help with specific problems.

I enjoy working with individuals, families, and couples and helping people find true self-worth and hope a midst a variety of different life challenges. I take a person-centered approach and look to design techniques that best fit with your personality and greatest needs. I am inspired by your potential and willingness to commit to creating change. You are worthy of love and belonging and I would be honored to have the opportunity to guide you in finding happiness and hope in your life! Let’s get started right away.

Call or Text: (949) 231-9555
Email: nori.deatherage@gmail.com
Website: Coming Soon!

 


Sophie Kubichek, M.A.

Associate Marriage and Family Therapist #IMF91744

Sophie Kubichek, M.A.

Are you struggling through a major loss or change in your life such as a divorce, a career change or loss of a loved one? Do you feel alone, scared, confused, anxious or depressed? Does it feel as though your world has just been turned upside and you are having trouble landing on your feet? Do you feel like no one truly understands what you are going through and not sure where to turn? You are not alone and I would like to help you.

Although major life transitions can bring up feelings of loss, abandonment and uncertainty, it can also be a time of change and growth. With every major change in our lives, there can be a sense of grief and fear of the unknown, but with these changes come opportunities for us to develop and grow as individuals.

With sensitivity, empathy, and compassion, I will help guide you on your journey towards acceptance, self-discovery, and healing. Whether it’s helping you navigate a major life change or finding your way towards healing and happiness again, my approach is gentle, warm, and empowering. I will provide a safe and comfortable space where you feel supported, validated, and hopeful.

Call or Text: (949) 478-4147
Email: sophie.kubichek@gmail.com

 


Sandi Fontana, M.A.

Associate Marriage and Family Therapist #IMF84153

Sandi Fontana, M.A.

Sandi is passionate about helping people find happiness and connection within themselves and together with their loved ones. Sandi believes relationships are the most important part of our lives and when we feel comfortable, secure, safe, and loved, we are at our best and ultimately able to enjoy a fulfilling life.

Sandi has extensive experience working with people struggling with trauma, addiction, substance abuse, abandonment, anxiety, depression, and life transition. Sandi strives to provide a safe, therapeutic environment for her clients to process their thoughts and collaboratively identify any maladaptive behaviors and create a plan for growth and change.

Sandi is a graduate of Pepperdine University with a master’s degree in clinical psychology. Sandi’s professional experience includes many years working with people and their families in various capacities including counseling substance abuse. Sandi also specializes in counseling people experiencing work-related transitions.

Call or Text: (949) 244-7171
Email: Ssandi.Fontana@gmail.com
Website: SandiFontanaTherapy.com

 

Associates are Employed and Supervised by Elisa Dombrowski, LMFT, LPCC, License #MFC35436