We believe that it is the right of everyone to live with freedom, possibility and hope. Providing a safe therapeutic space allows our clients to trust their process while engaging in life changing therapeutic modalities. We believe in treating from the root and healing the brain and body to create a life steeped in truth and acceptance.
Healing is A Return to Wholeness
Susanne Goldstein, LPC, NCC
Susanne earned her Master’s Degree in Education with a focus on Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Bridgewater State University in Massachusetts. She is a Licensed Clinical Counselor, (LPC #16914) in the state of Arizona. Over the last 19 years, her passion for assisting people to heal and develop authentic connections with “Self” led her to work with adolescents, young adults, and families. Susanne’s professional counseling background is in developmental trauma, family systems, and cognitive behavioral theoretical perspectives and she has clinical expertise in trauma-informed care.
Laurie DiLorenzo, LCSW
Laurie completed her undergrad and graduate studies at the University of Illinois and is licensed as a clinical social worker. Her background includes working for the University of Michigan Transplant team, residential treatment, psychiatric hospitals as well as work in community mental health and the prison system. Her career has allowed her to provide services to children, adolescents, adults and couples.
Throughout her career, Laurie recognized that the majority of her clients had a common experience, one of relational injury and developmental trauma. These clients would often share that traditional therapy was not effective for them. Passionate about providing effective treatment, Laurie pursued extensive training in evidenced based modalities that worked holistically with an individual. Research is very clear that many of the challenges we are confronted with can best be worked with utilizing a mind-body approach. Laurie is trained in Somatic Experiencing, Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), NeuroAffective Relational Model and attachment repair.