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Jodi Randle utilizes a person-centered approach to treating patients who are suffering from personality and anxiety disorders. She understands that everyone has their own personal histories, stressors and fears that can all contribute to our thoughts, feelings, emotions and behaviors. Jodi strives to engage with each client in a collaborative manner, in which she both actively and passively treats her clients so that they form a team approach to finding effective means and solutions to reach specific goals. She is committed to creating a safe, warm and inviting space for all of her patients, but finds it is especially impactful for those suffering from anxiety, paranoia and social phobias.
Maddie Barnes understands the importance of developing and designing balanced plans of therapeutic treatment for anyone who may be dealing with fear, anxiety, stress or paranoia. With a trained background in chronic illness, trauma/PTSD, grief/loss, bereavement, depression and anxiety, Ms. Barnes genuinely comprehends the overlap and integration of these mental health conditions on mood, personality and social interactions. Thus, she is experienced in treating individuals who are in need of guidance as a means to learn ways to overcome fears and improve social paranoia. Maddie has found that the incorporation of evidence-based methods and mindfulness techniques provides a well-balanced and appropriately thorough basis for treatment.
Alexandra Sandoval emphasizes the importance of the mind, body and spirit connection in the treatment of most mental health conditions. However, she specifically believes that by focusing holistically on an individual, not just the mind or the body, but as a whole interconnected system that affects each other, we can improve for ourselves and for others. As a trained Yoga-Informed Psychotherapist, Alexandra is passionate about working with patients who suffer from social anxiety, fear, worry and any other mood or personality disorders.