our Team

MEET THE KASE & CO TEAM

Rebecca Kase has been building the amazing Kase & CO Team since 2017. Initially planning to be a one woman show, she started her in-person EMDR Basic Trainings small and felt she may do a few a year. But the universe had other plans. She started offering trauma trainings as well with the help of her friend and trauma expert, Amy Staley.

As the demand for training began to increase it was time to start growing her team. Starting with her first Operations team member, Tiffany Peeler and next bringing on their IT Manager, Dan Bridge.

With the faculty, she initially pulled from trusted colleagues she had met along the way. Consultants she knew approached learning in the same way she did. They would embrace her concept of Shame-Free Spaces for Learning and help her uphold a certain standard. 

When the pandemic rocked the world, it opened up a new opportunity in the world of EMDR… virtual training. As soon as Rebecca’s EMDR Trainings were available to all in a virtual classroom the need for support continued to grow. Rebecca’s small team has grown from a handful of support staff to a team of over 30 Ops and Faculty team members. Meet these amazing people that help make Kase & CO the company it is today.

Leadership Team

 The Kase & CO leadership team are the people who oversee all areas of the business to ensure our team is growing and company thriving. 

LEADERSHIP TEAM

Rebecca Kase

(SHE/HER)

MSW, LCSW, RYT

 CEO, Owner, & LEAD TRAINER

Rebecca Kase is a licensed clinical social worker and yoga instructor, living in Gig Harbor WA. She is an EMDR Consultant & Basic Trainer, and owner of Kase & CO. She is the author of Polyvagal informed EMDR: A neuro-informed approach to healing. Rebecca is a force of nature. She’s a compassionate and authentic consultant, who has a keen sense for holding space, bringing levity to the heaviest of topics, and creating engaging learning experiences. Rebecca incorporates yoga, throughout her clinical work and training, and has specialties in mind-body techniques, dissociation, complex trauma, and ego-state work. Rebecca values creating Shame Free Spaces for Learning™ in training and consultation, and believes in teaching clinicians the values of humility and curiosity as vital elements to the healing process. Rebecca has worked in a variety of settings and with a variety of populations. She began her career as an MSW working with children and adolescents. She has worked in community mental health centers, nursing homes, private practice, shelters, crisis centers, community-based work, and internationally. She has been teaching in professional and academic settings since 2009.

LEADERSHIP TEAM

Amy Staley

(SHE/HER)

LCSW

program manager

Amy is a LCSW, who received her Masters in Social Work from Boston University. Amy has just under 19 years of experience in the social work field, primarily working with those impacted by trauma as well as the larger mental health system. Amy has provided direct practice, management, and directorship in a variety of clinical settings, including community mental health, behavioral health hospital, and schools. Amy utilizes a trauma informed approach not only in clinical care, but with a macro lens of the larger systems impacting the community. Amy brings a spicy energy with innovative ideas and approaches by thinking outside of traditional mental health structures, flows and processes. Amy has training experience through her professional roles as well as an adjunct faculty at the University of Denver, Graduate School of Social Work for just under 7 years.

LEADERSHIP TEAM

Dan Blais

(HE/HIM)

IT MANAGER

Dan is our IT Director who joined the team in 2020. He is located in the beautiful state of Maine where he was born and raised. He graduated from Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston with a bachelor’s degree in computer science. Dan started his career at the NASDAQ Stock Exchange where he worked for over 5 years. He excelled and advanced to become the director of the product he once came into as a junior developer. Returning to Maine, Dan took on a renewable energy pilot project with the local utility (learn more). When Dan is not working he is playing sports like his Men’s baseball league or flag football. He also races autocross on the weekends with his Subaru WRX.

LEADERSHIP TEAM

Stephanie Dennis

(SHE/HER)

Marketing manager

Stephanie is a self-proclaimed nerd who loves to read and learn. She is a proud doggie mom of a very, very spoiled pup. Stephanie was born and raised in Minnesota. She completed her Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration in Minneapolis and her Master's in Human Resources Management in Chicago, IL. From there she lived in SoCal and North Carolina before selling her home, buying a truck and camper, and traveling around the US. After 12 years working as a recruiter for various Fortune 100 companies and several start ups she made the shift into Marketing full-time. When she is not reading she is likely working on her podcast aimed at helping others throughout their career journeys. Stephanie joined the Kase & CO team in 2023. Her passion is to share her knowledge with others to help them in their lives.

LEADERSHIP TEAM

Tiffany Peeler

(SHE/HER)

operations manager

Tiffany is our Operations Manager located in Canton, GA. She came to Kase & CO with 15+ years of administrative and operations knowledge. Starting out in reception while attending college at Middle Tennessee State University, she quickly worked her way into an administrative assistant position. There she gained knowledge of multiple aspects of business and vast operations, marketing, IT and accounting knowledge. Working for big companies like Dell, CORE Construction and CareerBuilder she developed a strong work ethic and learned to work well under pressure. She moved her skills to the virtual space after welcoming her first child in 2015. In 2019 Tiffany became the first team member to join Kase and CO as Rebecca’s executive assistant. As her skillset and the company grew, she was promoted to Operations Manager. Tiffany is a proud mom, stepmom and wife. As a parent she has seen the benefits of therapy first hand, as two of her three children are on the autism spectrum and her stepson experienced trauma at a young age. Therapy has helped her family navigate life’s challenges and she welcomed the chance to work within the industry.

Operations Team

Meet our team members who keep this show running! From marketing, to payment processing, to scheduling events, to keeping the website up and running, our operations team has some incredibly dynamic, creative, and compassionate people!

cit/certification team

Andrea Pass

(SHE/HER)

Operations Assistant

Andrea is a mother of 2 boys and 1 girl and is pure Texan, born and raised in Houston. She enjoys family time, everything sports related and being outdoors in nature. She has always had an interest in what makes people tick and keeps her mind and heart open to learning and growth. She has a very diverse background in support and management roles in operations and administrative assistance. She was a business owner for several years and was a real estate agent for a short time...until she realized she is NOT a sales person really quick! Andrea has a natural helpful nature and enjoys working with others on their journeys of success in both their professional and personal lives. She is super excited to be a part of Kase & CO and is passionate about the work we do here and the culture we operate in.

operations team

Brittney Summers

(SHE/HER)

OPERATIONS ASSISTANT

Brittney is a devoted wife and mom of 2 beautiful children. She currently resides in Columbus, Georgia, however, was born and raised in Montgomery, Alabama. In 2013 she received her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration/Information Systems from Troy University. During that time at the university, she began her Administrative journey as a student Admin Assistant in Troy’s Purchasing and Records department. Throughout that time she gained several years of experience in office Administration across a wide variety of industries. In her spare time she loves creating and selling handmade jewelry. Brittney is tremendously excited to become part of the Kase & CO team and immensely looking forward to learning more about the therapy industry.

operations team

Kelly Raulerson

(she/her)

it support specialist

Kelly is our IT Support Specialist from Portland, Oregon. With eight years of real-world experience in IT support, she brings a wealth of technical expertise and a knack for problem-solving. Kelly has a background in entrepreneurship, further enhancing her versatile skill set. When she's not working, you can find her spending time with her favorite people - her husband and two sons, watching Kdramas and snuggling with her puggle.

operations team

Kryss Dutt

(he/she/they)

Customer service and operations team lead

Kryss is our Operations and Customer Service Team Lead and oversees our BIPOC Scholarship program. They are currently located in Colorado.  Prior to Kase & CO they worked in digital marketing and project management for seven years. After reflecting on their career and personal life during a fulfilling spiritual journey, Kryss is now pursuing their aspiration of becoming a therapist. They decided it was time to achieve this lifelong goal. Kryss believes therapy saves lives and draws inspiration from helping people. Kryss enjoys reading, is a yoga teacher and enthusiast, a Buffy the Vampire Slayer fan, a parapsychology nerd, has a Master of Science in Digital Marketing and is vegan. Kryss is also currently enrolled in a graduate counseling program at Adler Graduate School. Kryss enjoys the enlightened and fulfilling experience of working at Kase & CO.

operations team

Mads Klemm

(they/she)

EMDR Basic Training and admin assistant

Mads is our Training Admin Assistant and is currently residing in Tiohtià:ke (Montréal, Quebec). Mads comes from a background in dance and wellness, having received a BFA in Dance from the University of the Arts located on Lenni Lenape land (Philadelphia, PA). In addition to their dance studies, Mads is an experienced writer and administrator. Currently, Mads is pursuing an MA in English from McGill University with a focus on dance and theatre studies. Mads is passionate about working for companies in wellness and education, and loves using their administrative skills for a company like Kase & Co that does so much incredible work in the mental health industry. In addition to work pursuits, Mads loves watching gymnastics, cuddling with their cats, playing board games, and teaching themselves guitar!

accounting team

Sarahkate Biegel

(she/her)

accountant

Sarahkate is an accomplished accounting professional with over 16 years of experience in the field. Throughout her career, she has worked with a diverse range of businesses, from small family-owned companies to large corporations. Sarahkate's expertise lies in full cycle accounting, including payroll, accounts receivable, and accounts payable. Beyond her career, Sarahkate is a dedicated wife and mother located in Charlotte, NC. When she's not working or spending time with her family, Sarahkate enjoys indulging her passions for interior decorating, travel, reading, and watching movies. Sarahkate is a dynamic and accomplished professional who brings a wealth of knowledge and enthusiasm to the Kase & CO team.

HUMAN RESOURCES

Tiffany Edwards

(she/her)

hr manager

Tiffany is our HR Manager located in New Jersey. With over 18 years of HR experience, she brings a wealth of knowledge and a genuine enthusiasm for building a positive and inclusive work environment where everyone can thrive. Tiffany's journey began at the University at Albany, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication and honed her communication skills – the cornerstone of her ability to connect with and understand the needs of employees at all levels. Today, she's a HR trusted advisor, known for her creative solutions and ability to navigate complex HR challenges with a smile. Whether it's developing innovative talent management programs or spearheading initiatives to foster diversity and inclusion, Tiffany is always looking for ways to empower both individuals and the organization as a whole. When she's not driving strategic HR initiatives, you might find her exploring new destinations with her family, curled up with a captivating book, or indulging in her love in occasional slices of strawberry cheesecake. Tiffany is also an active member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), and committed to staying ahead of the curve in HR trends and best practices.

Core Faculty

The Core Faculty team is a group of Kase & CO seasoned professionals who run the core clinical courses offered at Kase & CO. Meet these individuals in our training courses or in consultation.

training faculty

Alison Leslie

(she/her)

LCSW, SEP

Alison is a licensed clinical social worker who lives in Bloomington, IN and owns her own private practice, Empower Healing. Alison approaches therapy through the lens of presence and attunement and believes in being a guide to help clients find their own internal healing powers. She has a background in animal-assisted therapy and is an EMDR Approved Consultant, Somatic Experiencing Practitioner, and Transforming Touch modalities. Alison works with both children and adults who have experienced developmental and shock traumas, among other life challenges. In consultation, Alison believes in meeting the consultee where they are at and supporting the continued growth of EMDR skills with openness, compassion, and curiosity.

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training faculty

Beth Halverson

(she/her)

MS, LPC

Beth is a licensed professional counselor based in Eugene, Oregon. She is a practicing therapist in Community Mental Health at Looking Glass Community Services. Beth provides consultation and training through Oregon Consultation Associates. She has specific training for working with complex trauma, adoptive and foster families, and focuses on integrating multiple approaches with EMDR: internal family systems, relational interventions, polyvagal theory, and dialectical behavioral therapy to support clients and clinicians through a holistic lens. She believes authentic connection and radical acceptance are important parts of the many pathways to healing. She has worked with clients from ages 3-65, bringing experience from positions in inpatient treatment, residential programs, partial hospitalization programs, intensive outpatient settings, multiple community mental health programs, and clinical supervision for intern clinicians. She loves finding what makes clients and clinicians feel hopeful and using this as a tool for growth.

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Training faculty

Bronwyn Shroyer

(she/her/ella)

MSW, LCSW

Bronwyn Shroyer is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Kase & CO Faculty, and Co-Founder of OCD Training School. Her clinical practice focuses on treating those with OCD, OCD+PTSD, and/or infidelity trauma.

Bronwyn is one of the first Inference-based CBT trainers in the world and is trained by I-CBT Co-founder, Dr. Frederick Aardema. In her work with OCD Training School, Bronwyn provides training on OCD and PTSD, in addition to cultivating a training library for OCD and related disorders with both live and on demand courses for clinicians from specialists in the field. In partnership with Dr. Frederick Aardema, she and her OCD Training School co-founders created the world’s first Self Help Course for using I-CBT with OCD.

Bronwyn uses evidence-based treatments such as Inference-Based CBT (I-CBT), Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Written Exposure Therapy (WET), and ego-states work in her practice. Bronwyn is an EMDR Approved Consultant and EMDR Certified Therapist. She also provides I-CBT consultation as well as consultation specific to working with comorbid OCD+PTSD symptom presentations.

Bronwyn believes that clients should be seen as more than the acronym their diagnosis tags them with and that therapists deserve to have more than one evidence-based tool in their toolbox.

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adjunct faculty

Christine Pardos

(she/her)

MSW, LCSW

Christine Pardos is a licensed clinical social worker based in Lakewood, Colorado. Christine owns a telehealth-only private practice and EMDR consultation business, New Roots Therapy LLC. Christine has worked with diverse populations and ages in New York City and Colorado within private and group practices, outpatient facilities, community mental health programs, schools, career readiness and GED programs, and behavioral health hospitals. Currently, Christine works with adults navigating complex PTSD, anxiety, depression, and grief and loss. Christine also integrates Ego-State Therapy into her EMDR work and provides EMDR via virtual weekly, extended session, and intensive-style formats. Christine is passionate about EMDR consultation and fosters EMDR community development in Colorado via free monthly consultation groups, in-person meet-ups, and the Colorado EMDR Therapists Facebook Page. Christine believes in providing a nurturing and shame-free learning environment for therapists to feel heard and to develop their EMDR skills with confidence, empathy, and authenticity.

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training faculty

Crystal Hines

(she/her)

EdS/MS, LPC, IFS Level 2

Crystal is a licensed professional counselor with Align Therapy and Consultation based out of Firestone, CO. She provides virtual EMDR and IFS therapy, and EMDR consultation with an IFS/parts work orientation. Crystal has a brain-body-heart approach to healing. She is both direct and compassionate in her work with clients and knows the importance of doing her own healing. Crystal is a complex trauma survivor and is passionate about helping others along their healing journeys. She has experience working in community mental health and private practice, and loves supporting other therapists and healers. At the start of her career she worked with kids, teens, and families, and now works primarily with older teens and adults. Crystal specializes in working with complex trauma, attachment trauma, dissociation, gifted individuals and high achievers, and anxiety. She has a gift of connecting with the inner child who lives in all of us.

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Senior faculty

Crystal Wildes

(she/her)

PsyD, LP

CE Coordinator

Crystal Wildes is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist. She has over fifteen years of experience working, training, and providing supervision/consultation in a variety of settings, including residential treatment, community mental health, outpatient clinics, non-profit organizations, and private practice. She has worked with individuals and families of all ages, including adjudicated youth, at-risk teens, families involved with social services, and victims of crime. Crystal has specialty areas of trauma recovery, including having been trained in EMDR in 2012, which forever changed her clinical work. She prides herself in being authentic and genuine in her approach to facilitate the learning experience.

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training faculty

Erika Yourdan

(she/her)

MA, LMFT-S, LAC, LCDC

Erika is a licensed marriage and family therapist, a licensed addiction counselor, and a licensed chemical dependency counselor. She is also a doctoral candidate at Northcentral University. Erika is licensed to practice in both Texas and Colorado. She is a Certified EMDR Therapist and Approved Consultant as well as an AAMFT Approved Supervisor. Erika teaches part time for Abilene Christian University and owns her own private practice in Abilene, TX. In the therapy room, she holds space for individuals and families working through relational issues, addiction, attachment wounds, and complex trauma. Erika enjoys spending time outdoors soaking in nature, camping, kayaking, hiking, and connecting with her large farm full of rescue animals. In both therapy and consultation individuals can expect to be feel safe in a shame-free supportive environment.

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senior faculty

Jessica Downs

(she/her/ella)

MSW, LCSW

Jessica is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker residing in Grand Junction, CO. Before her second career as a therapist, she worked as a high school teacher among a highly traumatized population in Houston, Texas, where her inclination toward healing really took root. Jessica left her position as a teacher to earn her degree in order to more acutely participate in the resolution of trauma. She discovered the power and effectiveness of EMDR early in her therapy career, and is now a Certified EMDR practitioner and Consultant, offering individual counseling and consultation through her private practice Live Well Counseling Center. Jessica specializes in use of ego state work in the treatment of complex trauma and dissociation.  She is bi-lingual (English and Spanish) and strives to support her clients in embodying healing and working towards becoming “whole”.

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training faculty

Julie Martin

(she/her/ella)

MA, LPC, DVM

Julie is a bilingual (Spanish & English) Licensed Professional Counselor residing in the Rocky Mountains, in Carbondale, CO.  Julie’s first career was as a dancer with Oakland Ballet. Her second, and still current, career is as a veterinarian. Julie went back to school to pursue her third career, earning her MA in Counseling and then pursuing EMDR.  She has worked with children, teens, families, immigrants from Mexico & Latin America, and currently sees adults. She uses an integrative mind-body approach, integrating EMDR therapy with her training in trauma recovery, Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT), Behavioral Activation, dissociation, PolyVagal therapy, and special interests in chronic pain, illness, headache, and migraine. Julie has worked in community mental health, with the department of family services, in a research program as a consultant/trainer serving depressed Latina, Spanish-speaking moms, and now in private practice. Julie is certified in Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy through EAGALA, and will soon be trained in Equine-Assisted EMDR therapy, bringing together her passion for the healing of the human-animal bond, EMDR, and the intuitive wisdom of horses. She loves supporting therapists learning EMDR and other therapies and has a deep passion for teaching and consulting.

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training faculty

Kari Randall

(she/her)

LPC, RPT-S

Kari is a Licensed Professional Counselor and owns a private practice based in Colorado and New York State. She is a Certified EMDR Therapist and Approved Consultant. Kari provides virtual EMDR, while integrating IFS and Somatic Therapy for treating C-PTSD. She has training in Somatic EMDR and specializes in working with chronic pain and chronic illness. Kari’s practice also focuses on spiritual/religious trauma. She is a Registered Play Therapy-Supervisor and specializes in EMDR with children. She is passionate about growing the practice of EMDR with children, while incorporating non-directive play therapy. Kari believes strongly in the power of EMDR therapy and that it can be a beacon of hope on the journey of healing. One of the cornerstones of her practice is the importance of building strong therapeutic relationships. Kari believes that healing begins with connection.

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adjunct faculty

Molly Pike

(she/her)

LPC, MA

Molly is a licensed professional counselor located in Denver, Colorado. Molly is a therapist, certified life coach and approved EMDR Consultant who owns her private practice, The Healing Enthusiast. Continuing education and learning is a core value of hers; finding the intersecting points and powerful integration of effective modalities that support the innate capacity to heal from trauma. In her practice, Molly offers EMDR, including intensive half-day EMDR sessions, Ketamine-Assisted Therapy, parts/ego states work, as well as somatic and mindfulness strategies to support her clients with interpersonal trauma and attachment work. She feels fortunate for the knowledgeable and compassionate consultants and mentors throughout her EMDR journey and loves giving back to the EMDR community in this way.

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Adjunct Faculty

Our Adjunct Faculty team is a vital division of compassionate consultants who provide consultation services and help to facilitate some of our training courses.

adjunct faculty

Brandi Butler

(she/her)

LMSW, LCSW

Brandi is a licensed clinical social worker and sex therapist who owns Insight Healing and Wellness, a holistic group practice, where she works with individuals, couples, and groups in both Michigan and California. She has over 12 years of experience providing therapy and supervision in various settings such as community mental health, k-12 schools, eating disorder programs, hospitals, and partial hospitalization programs. She specializes in trauma therapy, providing professional development/consultation to organizations and therapists, and curating wellness events. Brandi loves karaoke, traveling, and yoga. She is passionate about connecting with other therapists, and supporting them as they build and refine skills in EMDR and beyond.

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adjunct faculty

Christina Granados

(she/her)

LSCSW, Trauma Therapist

Christina Granados is a trauma therapist working in private practice in Wichita, KS. She specializes in treating adults with complex trauma through the lens of attachment and polyvagal theory. She is compassionate about helping individuals find hope, healing, and growth in the aftermath of trauma. With a deep understanding of the complex nature of trauma and a genuine passion for fostering healing and growth, she is there to guide clients on their journey towards reclaiming their life. Establishing a strong therapeutic alliance is a priority in her work. Through open and collaborative dialogue, she aims to create a partnership where her clients feel seen, heard, and valued. As a certified EMDR therapist and consultant, she brings the healing potential of EMDR to her sessions.

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adjunct faculty

Grace Chen

(she/her)

PhD, LMFT

Grace has experiences working with adults suffering from relational trauma (family trauma, developmental trauma, intimate relationship trauma, etc.). She also has extensive experiences working with veterans and first responders and some experiences using EMDR to work with couples with infidelity recovery. She specialized in applying attachment theory, psychodrama, and object relation theory in EMDR practice. She received her Master’s Degree in Counseling and Human Services from Syracuse University and her Ph.D. in Marriage and Family Therapy from Michigan State University. She is currently in private practice.

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adjunct faculty

Jon Roberts

(he/Him)

LCSW, MFT, CAS

Jon Roberts is an LCSW who specializes in work with kids, families and adults who want to heal from their past hurts. His experience includes integrating EMDR with play and family systems for children in community mental health settings. He has advanced training in marriage and family therapy, play therapy, and EMDR. He is a certified EMDR therapist and approved EMDR consultant. He uses evidence-based methods such as Internal Family Systems (IFS) and Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT). In addition his clinical perspectives include Polyvagal Theory. He recently transitioned from 18 years in community mental health and is now in private practice.

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adjunct faculty

Julie Cardoza

(she/her)

LMFT, RYT, ISTT

Julie Cardoza, LMFT, is an Integrative EMDR Therapist, she believes in a neurobiological and holistic approach toward healing. She has over 20 years of experience working with clients in a variety of settings. She offers Somatic Therapy and EMDR for issues of anxiety, grief, post-traumatic stress and complex trauma. She specializes in Polyvagal Informed EMDR, Somatics and Embodiment. She is also a Registered Yoga Teacher and Therapeutic Art Facilitator. Julie has a solo private practice working with adults primarily with complex trauma, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder or grief and loss.

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adjunct faculty

Stephanie Miller

(she/her)

LPC

Stephanie is an LPC and EMDR Approved Consultant located in Georgia. Her specialty is helping women 16 and older, who have experienced or witnessed trauma such as childhood abuse/neglect, domestic abuse, sexual abuse, medical trauma, and vicarious PTSD-first responders, nurses, therapists. She also specializes in dissociative disorders. Stephanie is passionate about helping her clients build their confidence and guiding them in a non-judgmental and shame free space.

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adjunct faculty

Susan Yuen

(she/her)

LMFT

Susan is a CNS, LMFT, and EMDR Consultant-in-Training. She has been accessing the power of EMDR for the past 10 years and specializes in treating those with chronic PTSD, childhood trauma, religious trauma, and relationship trauma. Susan utilizes EMDR, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Compassion Focused therapy, Internal Family Systems, and Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction therapy to help people transform their wounds into wisdom so they can live lives of hope, courage, and freedom. She specializes in therapy focused on recovering from addictions, disordered eating, all forms of trauma in addition to alleviating anxiety and depression. She is dedicated to being a safe and approachable guide through her client's healing journey.

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adjunct faculty

Wendy Llamas

(she/her)

LCSW

Wendy Llamas is a licensed clinical social worker in North Orange County, California. She is an EMDR Certified Therapist and Approved Consultant and the owner of Growing Glimmers Child, Family, Trauma Therapy. Wendy has worked in community based mental health, school settings, and in child welfare services. It is Wendy’s upbringing and experiences as a first generation Latina growing up in a community of color that drew her to the helping field. She uses the knowledge she has learned from her own healing journey, along with all of her education and trainings, to offer therapy services that are grounded in the belief that she is not much different from her clients, and will compassionately walk alongside them as they go through their own processes. Wendy is passionate about helping children, their caregivers and adult women of color break cycles of intergenerational trauma. Through EMDR, parts and attachment work, and a social justice/holistic lens, Wendy helps her clients heal childhood wounds by aiding them in identifying, releasing, and shifting the beliefs and behaviors that might be blocking their ability to fully be the highest version of themselves.

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