Meet Our Clinical Team
HI, I’M JARI
Jari is no joke. She’s awesome. She has a killer personality, and an awesome vibe. Also, Jari has both the clinical and life experiences that makes her an expert in her craft.
Spend a little time in her office and you will learn quickly how much better it is to have someone like Jari in your corner.
HI, I’M KRISTEN
Kristin is one of those therapists that you cannot help but wish was your friend instead. She’s super energetic, kind, and works hard to help her clients make real change, real quick.
HI, I’M JASON
Talk about a guy who is committed to change! Jason knows what it takes to make real and lasting change, because he did it himself. Now he wants to helps others do the same.
HI, I’M ASHLEY
Kind, compassionate, and committed. That is the best way to describe Ashley. She’s incredibly easy to talk to, knows how to be helpful, and doesn’t give up until the job is done.
Spend just a few minutes with Ashley and you will quickly see how you cannot help but open up. We don’t know how she does it. We’re thinking it is her superpower.
HI, I’M DAVID
He’s an easy-going guy with the mouth of a sailor. That’s why we like him. He’s real.
If you are looking for a therapist that is to genuinely care, show up, ask tough questions, and guide you to your next big breakthrough, you found your guy.
HI, I’M AJA
She is motivated to help people live great lives, and she is really d*mn good at it.
Aja is one of those people that you are really glad to have in your corner. She’s funny, wise, and accepting. For people hungry to do some good therapy, she’s an excellent choice.
HI, I’M JANELLE
Some people are born to help people change lives. Janelle is one of those people.
Anyone who meets Janelle recognizes quickly that she is an incredibly easy person to talk to; very kind, warm, and grounding.
HI, I’M KALI
No judgement, no lectures. Just a really nice and easy person to talk to about life’s most vulnerable challenges.
Within a few minutes of meeting her, you will quickly find out why she is so well loved around here. She’s a knowledgeable, friendly, and incredibly warm therapist for individuals and couples.
HI, I’M CHRIS
When people are going through tremendous trials in their life, you want to be with people that “get it”; people that have had to walk down scary and uncertain paths and have come out stronger and healthier on the other end.
No one at this clinic is more qualified to be in the trenches with you than Chris. And she works hard to help get you out of whatever is holding you down.
HI, I’M JANE
Jane offers appointments online through our Virtual Office for added convenience to our clients.
Jane Parker is a Certified Nurse Practitioner and assists clients of All In Therapy Clinic if they are considering incorporating medication into their psychological care. Jane is unique in that she meets with clients for an hour to gain a deep understanding of the client’s medical history, creates an intelligent and comprehensive medication plan, and answers any questions a client has so that they have a clear understanding of the medication plan. Jane works with clients in a way that respects each client’s unique goals as well as takes into account various situational factors so that clients are informed, comfortable, and set up for success.
HI, I’M NICK
If there’s one thing I hate, it’s boring run-of-the-mill therapy. After completing my clinical training, I quickly realized how much of a letdown therapy is for many first timers.
I made this commitment to myself: I want therapy to be both effective and exciting; maybe even – dare I say it? – fun! I set out to hone my unique approach to the therapy process and haven’t looked back since.
HI, I’M KYLE
I was in my twenties, and my life was headed for disaster. I was on a career path that was not right for me, I was gay and in the closet, and my sex life was a joke.
So, I tried something radical: to go ALL IN and make change happen. I did my own therapy, I read everything I could get my hand on, I went out of my comfort zone, and I got control over that nasty voice in my head that told me “you can’t”.
And, it worked.