Psychotherapist, Registered Dietitian & Eating Disorder Specialist
Virginia Inglese, MA, RD, LCSW, CLC, CEDS
Virginia Inglese is a psychotherapist and registered dietitian, specializing in eating disorders, healing families, empowering teens, and launching young adults. She is also a certified yoga and movement therapist, using these skills to help clients improve their health and release traumas and physical and emotional pain.
Psychotherapist & Registered Dietitian
Crista Studer, MS, RDN, LDN, NCC
Crista Studer is a registered dietitian and resident in counseling who has the unique ability to combine nutrition and mental health to clients suffering from disordered eating, poor body image, low self-esteem, anxiety/depression, and other mental health disorders.
J.R. Lippold, MA, MSW, LGSW
J.R. has extensive experience working with individuals, couples, and families in crisis, as well as adolescents, young adults, and members of the LGBTQ community. His unique and direct approach draws from his multifaceted experiences to provide insight into how environmental, mental/emotional, and health-related factors can influence an individual’s thoughts, feelings, and behaviors – all factors that can lead to emotional distress, anxiety, and depression.
Stefanie Schneider, LCPC
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor Stephanie Schneider uses her extensive experience and Master's in School Counseling and Mental Health to deliver expert communication therapy, and teach acceptance. She incorporates the holistic approach to counseling, emphasizing the wholeness of her patients.
Sam Kim, CSAC, NCAC I
Sam takes a cognitive-behavioral approach to therapy, understanding that the way in which we perceive our obstacles is the first step to overcoming them.
Karen Hedlund is an Olympic trained, National Board Certified and Licensed Massage Therapist with a Bachelor of Science in Food Science and Human Nutrition. She integrates her education and Certification as a Medical Massage Practitioner to enhance health and performance by reducing stress, anxiety, depression, and pain.