Daniela Di Piero, LMFT #88547, 530-270-7841

(Currently not accepting new clients)

I think finding the “right” therapist for you has to do with feeling good about that person, having a sense that being in their presence is enlivening and healthy, even when you’re working with something uncomfortable or difficult.

I've been seeing clients for over 15 years and love this work, mainly because I learn so much from and with my clients and relish having true, honest conversations. My style is trauma-informed, and I frequently incorporate somatic(body)-based trauma healing modalities such as Brainspotting, EMDR, guided imagery, KAP, equine therapy, and psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy preparation and integration. 

Since losing my mom several years ago, I am learning to walk more gently and curiously with the big existential questions of where we come from and where (and how) we go, of what it means to be an embodied human in these times. I welcome clients' grief and wondering, as we sit together in these explorations. 

I've had the privilege to get to work in the social justice arena with youth, families and communities for the past 20 years via a nonprofit that is now known as Lichen Health. Although therapy can often feel appropriately cocooned in a sacred and contained space, I have seen again and again how one person's inner healing is catalytic to broader cultural transformation. I believe both are important.

Shannon Casey Welch, AMFT #133024, 530-270-9043

(Currently full with waiting list.)

I bring to this work a deep belief in the strength and resiliency of the human spirit. As a therapist, I offer a warm, empathic presence to my clients as we co-create a safe container within which to explore the internal layers of trauma, confusion, transition, grief, or just a pervasive sense of discomfort with life as it is. Grounded in a relational approach to therapy, I draw on somatic, trauma-informed, and depth-oriented approaches to support clients in accessing their inner resources and self-compassion. Bringing attention, care, and insight to that which lies beneath the suffering you may be experiencing, we allow for the possibility of deep inner healing and growth. In my experience, the integration of mind, body, and heart offers a way through pain, a way forward. It would be my honor to accompany you on your journey towards greater ease, inner peace, and embodied well-being.

My experience is drawn from many years in the healing arts as a Lomi body worker, massage therapist, yoga teacher, and life coach. I have also been a teacher, a real estate agent, and a small business owner. I received my undergraduate BA in Women’s Studies from Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon, and my MA in Clinical Counseling from the Pacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara, CA where I studied counseling through a depth psychodynamic lens. I have found my home in this work, and I would love to be able to meet you, right where you are.

Candice Craft, AMFT #143759, 530-362-4163

(Currently accepting clients, online only)

I offer therapeutic care for individuals & couples that may believe their life or their circumstances are "too complex" for a therapist to understand. If that sounds like you and/or your partner(s), welcome! I specialize in navigating complex trauma histories and/or current complexities with clients in a way that allows us to understand and process where the past still comes alive in the body, the mind or in relational dynamics, and simultaneously craft a path forward that feels like it honors all unique parts of you and your needs. All facets of you, your identity, your lived experiences and your relationships are welcome here. This is a non-judgmental, open, affirming space.

Some of the complexities that I support individuals and partners in navigating are chronic illness (such as Lyme Disease, CFS/ME, Lupus, Endometriosis), PTSD diagnoses, identity exploration, LGBTQ+/Poly affirming relationship structuring, Highly Sensitive folks (HSP), and Blended/Expansive family challenges. Tools I utilize include Brainspotting, Internal Family Systems, Mindfulness-Based Practices and Narrative Therapy.

If you and/or your partner(s) have found yourselves standing amidst new complexity or the pain of old wounds, it would be an honor to support you in forging a path forward that honors who you are in entirety, and who you are evolving to be. I look forward to hearing and honoring your story, and holding space for you as you craft the next fulfilling chapter.

Kyla Dawn Mosby, AMFT #136135, 530-464-5035

 (Currently accepting clients, in person and online.)

Therapy can support in navigating tough emotions, getting unstuck through life’s challenges, and learning more about ourselves and others. My goal is to provide a safe and supportive therapeutic environment for all of my clients, that fosters empowerment and healing.  In this space, you will be met with genuine empathy and deep caring.  You deserve to feel seen and heard in your story. I believe in an integrative therapy approach tailored to your needs. I am honored to be able to do this work with you. 

I have received training in Brainspotting and somatic-based healing. I love to incorporate mindfulness, play therapy, art therapy, meditation, guided imagery, music therapy, shadow work, and inner child healing. I am passionate about supporting adults, teens, and children, including the LGBTQIA+ community through life’s challenges and transitions.

I am also a birth doula and have a passion for supporting people on the journey of becoming parents. In addition, I have a unique understanding of raising blended families and have compassion for the challenges that can arise. I received my undergraduate BA in Psychology with a minor in Social Work, and my MA in Psychology with a Marriage and Family Therapy emphasis from the University of Massachusetts Global. 

Siobhan Hayes, AMFT #125360, 530-457-1525

(Currently accepting clients, online only.)

I really enjoy working with people while they are transitioning from who they’ve been into who they truly wish to be in this world. I use multiple avenues of creativity to open different paths of insightfulness, believing that each person ultimately holds the internal wisdom they require to change and transform while also understanding that everyone requires support, empathy and at times someone to help hold themselves accountable. 

I have almost two decades of experience in providing compassionate empathetic support to individuals and groups while also holding enough of an objective perspective to help individuals facilitate the change in their life that will best help them to grow and develop in the ways that will best serve themselves and their communities. I work from a trauma informed perspective and integrate a variety of approaches within sessions with clients including but not limited to somatic awareness, mindfulness, Brainspotting, DBT and creative catharsis. I have experience in working with diverse populations of people hailing from many different backgrounds but all grappling with understanding how to navigate the complexities of being human in the 21st century.

Jamie Bell, AMFT #138475, 530-314-4884

(Currently accepting clients, online only.)

For me, healing by definition, is the process of returning to wholeness. Yet, what that means is unique to each individual. Here in lies the journey. I hold great passion, and respect, for the potential we all have to create change in our own lives. I approach change through a trauma-informed, somatic (body-based), and Expressive Arts Therapy (EXA) foundation. In conjunction with an intuitive and empathetic approach, I strive to create a safe, supportive space for folx to explore their inner worlds and the challenges that may be holding them back from a sense of wholeness. 
My wide range of life experiences greatly informs my ability to meet people in an array of circumstances. Utilizing both my psychotherapeutic training and my own life’s journey. In addition, I also hold the belief that our environments, and lifestyles play a significant role in our well-being. 
My approach to therapy is integrative, meeting each individual where they are to support them in moving towards a greater understanding of Self. It would be an honor to collaborate with you on your journey towards greater well-being, awareness, and fulfillment. What does your journey look like?

Ripley Shipman, APCC #13812, 505-308-2024

(Not currently accepting new clients.)

It takes courage to show up and share yourself, your story and your "messiness" with another human. As life ebbs and flows, constantly moving us forward, we can become adrift in the space between "what was" and "what is yet to come." This sacred and complex window of transition often requires equal parts bravery and safety. I believe in 1) moving at the speed of trust, 2) healing looks different for everyone and 3) this work is so worth it.

Compassion, honesty, creativity and humor are just some of the tools I use to foster a relationships safe enough to explore change and acknowledge just how hard this work is. We will dialogue and traverse the emotional terrain utilizing narrative, somatics, and trauma-informed therapeutic techniques.

Finding a therapist can be incredibly stressful! That said, please do not hesitate to reach out with any questions, curiosities or concerns you may have. I'm here for it. joy.

Lilliana Dunbar, ACSW 107897, 916-741-3001

(Currently full with a waitlist.)

I am a trauma-focused therapist that specializes in EMDR therapy and play therapy. I offer both individual and family therapy. I will utilize evidence-based treatments to treat a wide range of issues including anxiety, behavioral issues, depression, family conflict, historical and recent trauma, life transitions and parenting/co-parenting. Additionally, I have lots of experience working as a behavioral specialists within the school system and supporting parents navigating 504/IEP/SST plans.

I have experience working with young children, teenagers, young adults, and families. I am passionate about helping people from diverse backgrounds and my space is safe for all sexual/gender identities, ages, ethnicities, and cultural backgrounds.

My style is client-centered and focused on empowerment. I believe in you and feel so honored to be apart of your healing process. I know that you are showing up with extreme vulnerability and trusting me in this process. I am in this with you!

Jenny Emblom, AMFT 14024, 805-874-5348

(Currently accepting clients, online and in person.)

I believe there is medicine underneath every issue that can open up great healing and shifts in one’s life when approached from a conscious, loving place. I have great reverence for the human experience and honor the unique journey each person has embarked upon. I support clients with an integrative approach and wholeheartedly believe in the power of attuning to the body, mind, and soul.

Offering a trauma informed, safe and relational container to deepen into the therapeutic work, I integrate elements of depth psychology, neuroscience, intuition, transpersonal, and attachment. I am currently working with adults, couples and children with a variety of symptoms, in person and online. I also provide Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy offering accelerated and long term, sustainable change. 

I hold a Master's degree in Counseling Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute with an emphasis in Depth Psychology. I am currently obtaining my license in Marriage and Family therapy. I also hold a Master’s degree in Spiritual Psychology with a concentration in Consciousness, Health & Healing from the University of Santa Monica. Recently, I worked as a Grief Counselor with Livingston Memorial in their Grief & Bereavement program supporting me to guide those grieving the loss of life in all of its forms. I am also trained in the kundalini lineage as a yoga teacher. I weave yoga, meditation and mindfulness practices into the work I do with my clients, supporting them in and out of session.