Meet Our Therapists
Byra Ciccolo, Supervisee in SW
Emotional healing relies on an individual’s ability to find a little seed of hope which can grow if nourished through supportive counseling. Byra is passionate about helping others achieve just that. She uses a supportive, person-centered approach to services which focuses on relationship, values and acceptance. She provides support for those who are ready to address symptoms of anxiety, depression, parenting / family, relationship issues, and other stressors. Byra uses a trauma-informed approach to services. She uses cognitive behavioral therapy and a person-centered approach to care. Byra offers telehealth (video) at this time.
Byra is a Supervisee in Social Work. She is currently accepting a variety of commercial and Medicaid plans at this time, as well as self-pay.
Jasmine Lackey, Supervisee in SW
Jasmine truly enjoys working alongside individuals who are seeking support in their wellness journey whether that be navigating through life transitions such as motherhood or entering adulthood, processing trauma, or learning how to manage anxiety and depression. Jasmine utilizes an Integrative approach built on Strength’s Perspective, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, Motivational-Interviewing, Solution’s Focused Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. She provides these services using a secure, video telehealth platform. Jasmine's goal is to consistently provide a safe, brave, and culturally affirming space to empower healing and wholeness on each client’s therapeutic journey.
Jasmine is currently in supervision towards licensure. She is accepting a variety of commercial and Medicaid plans at this time, as well as self-pay.
Bethany Allen, Supervisee in SW
Bethany is currently in supervision towards licensure. She is accepting a variety of commercial and Medicaid plans at this time, as well as self-pay.
Angelica Gehlich, Supervisee in SW
Eli Marano, Supervisee in SW
Zahrah Khan, Supervisee in SW
Zahrah enjoys working with adolescents and young adults with various mental health and neurodevelopment challenges. For the last 6 years she has served the developmental and intellectual disability population with dual or multiple diagnoses such as depression, generalized anxiety, attention deficit disorder, bipolar disorder, sensory processing and social-emotional challenges. Zahrah is a culturally competent clinician whose approach is person centered. She has served people of different nationalities, ethnicities, cultures, and religious backgrounds, and works with first generation immigrants. Zahrah currently uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in sessions and utilize a strengths-based approach. Zahrah's goal is to help equip patients with the appropriate tools and support needed to gain confidence for their future.
Zahrah is currently in supervision towards licensure. She is accepting a variety of commercial including Optum, Anthem and United Health, as well as Medicaid plans at this time. She is also accepting self-pay referrals.
Autumn Richardson, LCSW
Autumn is not currently accepting new patients.
Autumn is the Owner and Clinical Director at Innovative Care LLC. She has over 20 years of direct human services experience. She is also an independently Licensed Clinical Social Worker with expertise in the areas of Women's Health / Maternal Mental Health, Gerontology, Co-Occurring disorders, I/DD & MH dual diagnosis and has experience working with people across the lifespan. She is certified in Dialectical Behavior Therapy and her primary areas of focus are Clinical Supervision and treatment of adults with anxiety, depression, experiencing grief / loss, trauma-related and adjustment-related stressors.
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