Kimberly is a Licensed Clinical Therapist specializing in individual, couples and family therapy. She holds a Masters of Social Work from Loyola University and is a licensed Clinical Social Worker in both the states of Illinois and Indiana. Kimberly is trained in a variety of treatment modalities. Her approaches incorporates a strengths-based, client-centered focus that seeks to enhance the client’s level of motivation for personal growth and change. Her area of expertise includes depression, anxiety disorders, PTSD, substance abuse, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, personality disorder, co-occurring mental health, relationship issues, anger management, attention deficit disorder. Her greatest reward as a therapist is helping her clients explore ways to make the change in their lives that will allow them to look forward to the future with hope.
Karen creates an individual plan for each client in a welcoming, protected, and non-judgmental environment. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), she identifies concerns, establishes goals, and provides professional assistance toward success. Karen works with clients to identify their own strengths, experiences, and interpersonal relationships to help guide them to positive change.
Karen is an empathetic and creative therapist who has always been passionate about mental health. She completed her undergraduate work at Loyola University in Chicago with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and went on to obtain her Master’s Degree in Social Work from The University of Michigan, concentrating on Children and Adolescents populations with a minor in Management. She has extensive experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and seniors in both individual and group settings.
Valerie is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in Indiana and Illinois and a Health Service Provider in Psychology (HSPP). She attained an undergraduate Bachelor of Arts degree in Applied Psychology from the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) in 2008. She went on to attain a Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D) at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology in 2013. Prior to becoming a part of the Mobile Wellness team, she had been working in a community mental health center in IN for 8 years. She has mainly provided individual therapy, though Valerie has provided couples and/or family therapy in the past. She supervises pre-doctoral psychology interns and externs (providing individual supervision as well as conducting didactic training). Since 2015, Valerie has been conducting pre-surgical psychological evaluations for those who are seeking bariatric surgery. Valerie’s interests include teaching coping skills and relaxation work, solution-focused treatment, assertiveness training and self-care, trauma work, anxiety and grief/loss treatment, feminist theory, and social justice.
Michelle is a master’s level Psychotherapist and a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC). In her 12 years of experience, she has worked with children, adolescents, and adults. She has worked with a variety of mental health and life concerns including but not limited to depression, mood disorders, anxiety, substance use, addiction, trauma, grief, and relationship conflicts. Michelle likes to utilize a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy approach to assist her clients in developing greater insight and effective strategies to manage distressing situations in their lives. She strives to create an emotionally supportive, non-judgmental environment and provides clinical insight to guide them through this process.
Rachel Graduated from Bradley University with a Master of Arts degree in Human Development Counseling in 2010. Rachel also holds a degree in Linguistics. Rachel works with all ages of individuals and families. She has helped clients access strengths and resources, work toward personal goals, and recover from loss and trauma. She approaches the therapeutic relationship from a client-centered and humanistic perspective, empowering clients to define their own values. Some mental health concerns she has worked with include domestic violence, sexual assault, relational trauma, family systems, chronic stress and burnout, mood disorders, anxiety, spiritual concerns, medical illness, and caregiving. No matter how complex a situation may be, she endeavors to help clients increase resilience and motivation toward their desired quality of life.
“Prioritizing self care means prioritizing inner peace”. I am a bilingual licensed social worker who is passionate about helping others reach their true potential by focusing on creating a positive connection between body and mind. I am here to provide you with unconditional support and work alongside you to achieve your goals. I hope to show you that even through the hardships of life, there is always room for resiliency, growth, and self-care. I have experience providing trauma-focused services to youth and families, crisis intervention, and case management. I work with individuals, families, and couples. This includes children, adolescents, and adults. I specialize in depression, anxiety, trauma/ptsd, behavioral issues, domestic violence counseling, self-esteem, stress, and more. Feel free to contact me, I would love to be a part of your therapeutic journey!
My name is Dr. Katherine Mejia and I am a bilingual pre-licensed psychologist. I have a Doctorate of Philosophy in Counseling Psychology (PhD) from the University at Buffalo.
Throughout my years of working in the mental health field, I have gained extensive experience in working with individuals from all walks of life and dealing with a myriad of concerns. What has become abundantly clear is that no two people are alike, and no two experiences are ever the same.
I am dedicated to helping clients navigate challenging times in their lives while honoring the importance of multiculturalism and intersectionality and understanding the complex interplay between culture, identity, and mental well-being.
I work with clients to explore the ways in which these intersecting identities shape their experiences and challenges. This inclusive approach allows for a comprehensive understanding of the client’s unique perspective and facilitates a more tailored and effective therapeutic process.
If you are seeking support during challenging times in your life and value a therapist who embraces the importance of multiculturalism, intersectionality, and the role they play within your lived experiences I am here to provide guidance, empathy, and a safe space for exploration. Together, we can navigate your journey toward healing and personal growth while honoring the unique aspects of your identity.
I received my Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Master’s in Psychology from the American Military University. My experience includes working with the University of Washington in Early Childhood Education, along with having worked in various school districts providing support to families and children as a Family Advocate. I have also worked as a crisis response behavioral health clinician with at risk youth and families through Wraparound with Intensive Services (WISe). I am experienced in working with families from diverse communities, and have focused on supporting the development of positive communication skills and family strengths. My goal is to support youth and families identify their individual strengths. By highlighting individual strengths, it will be possible for the youth and family to think about their goals in an encouraging, positive and realistic manner that fits best for their own lives and helps build them up. I focus on supporting families in learning skills to improve communication and expectation as it refers to their individual needs and growth since each family has their own needs and their own strengths. When working with clients I utilize approaches that are individualized for the individual needs. I believe each individual has the potential to achieve their goals so let’s create a safe space to explore, learn and grow as part of the journey to your own personal success.
Kimberly is a Licensed Social Worker who utilizes a variety of techniques and skills to draw upon people’s strength and help them navigate through challenges to achieve their goals. She holds a Master of Social Work from the University of Toledo. She specializes in individuals, couples, and families. She has worked in several areas but has found herself most passionate about helping individuals dealing with depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, PTSD, interpersonal difficulties, low self-esteem, and self – confidence, body image, anger management, self-harm, domestic violence. Kimberly is compassionate, empathic, and capable and most of all willing to assist you in identifying and achieving your goals. She is looking forward to supporting you in your therapuetic process.
Assistant and Counselor
Hi!! My name is Anjolie and I’m beyond excited to be part of the MWI team. I graduated from the University of San Francisco in May of 2022 where I earned my BA in Psychology with a minor in Child and Youth Studies. When I’m not working as a virtual assistant with MWI, I serve as an adolescent mental health mentor for a mental health tech start-up called Appa Health and volunteer as a crisis counselor for Crisis Text Line. I’m in the process of applying to grad programs as I plan to pursue a career in clinical psychology. In my free time, I enjoy cooking! As an avid foodie, I love any chance to try out new recipes and restaurants.
My therapeutic approach is strengths-based and customized to meet each client’s unique requirements. I use an interactive approach, working together with each client to establish and decide what their goals are for treatment. I approach clients with a paradigm that assures wellness, resilience, and strength while placing a high priority on harm reduction. I provide my clients with a considerate and distinct viewpoint by carefully referencing my personal experiences and relationships. I have worked in schools, courts, correctional facilities, hospitals, day treatment centers, therapeutic foster homes, residential treatment centers, and provided home-based services. Working with kids, teens, adults, couples, and families is something I enjoy doing. Stress management and self-care, depression and anxiety, major life transitions, relationship problems, trauma and PTSD, bereavement and loss, behavior modification, and self-esteem are some of my professional interests and areas of expertise. I provide a variety of professional and clinical experiences that strengthen my abilities as a therapist who seeks to empower people. I hold the following degrees and qualifications: B.A. in Sociology with a focus in Criminal Justice; M.A. in Psychology with a certificate in Psychological Assessment & Ed.S. in Applied Behavior Analysis.
Cynthia graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and obtained her Master’s as a School Counselor. She is continuing her education as a Licensed Professional Counselor. Her work ethic has transformed her listening skills to another level of understanding. Her motto is “Listening is the key to Success.” Cynthia is a humanistic person with a client-centered focus from a reality perspective, which means that sometimes, people need to feel valued and appreciated. They want to know if you understand where they’re coming from and where they are going. Even though we come to a stop, the world around us keeps going, but it’s how we handle the situation that makes a difference. Whether we lose connection with reality or need support, Cynthia is the person for you. “Our choices lead us to who we will become. Be the one to make a difference. You are not alone.”
At Mobile Wellness Incorporated, our mental health services may involve the participation of students and non-licensed professionals under the supervision of licensed practitioners.