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Los Angeles, CA + Surrounding Areas
Amber Cromwell, MA, LMFT, ATR
Marital and Family Therapist
Amber’s first profession was as an artist and educator. This led her to an interest in the human psyche and the study of psychology. All of these interesting pieces fit together through a drive and a passion for connection and an appreciation for personal growth. One of the things that Amber loves most about her career is the opportunity to witness the resiliency and self-discovery that teens and young adults make every single day.
Amber received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Art Education and her Masters of Arts degree in Marital and Family Therapy with a specialization in Clinical Art Therapy from Loyola Marymount University. When not following her career passions, Amber is most likely to be found outdoors (preferably the beach) or engaging in the arts in some way. As an avid live music fan, the Hollywood Bowl is her favorite place. And since she is learning to play the guitar maybe someday we can all see her on stage.
Self-discovery also plays a big part in her personal life as Amber has a wanderlust for travel. She only has two more continents to visit to complete her own personal global tour.
Ashley Rollerson, LMFT
Ashley Rollerson is a licensed marriage and family therapist who specializes in adolescent LGBTQIA affirmative practice. Ashley Rollerson is working on her certification in Brainspotting, a trauma modality that combines somatic experiencing and sub-cortical trauma processing within the brain. With the collaboration of trauma therapy and LGBTQIA practice, Ashley works towards addressing the core traumatic invalidation of LGBTQ youth in a society of binary ideals and values. Ashley has worked with dual diagnosed adolescents and young adults for over 7 years and has facilitated numerous trainings throughout her career.
San Francisco, CA + Surrounding Areas
Joanna Ricco, MS, LMFT
Family Therapist Intern
Joanna Ricco, MS, LMFT received a Masters of Science in Clinical Psychology from Notre Dame de Namur. Having spent her practicum and internship years working with teenagers, she has honed the skills and discovered the passion for working with this unique population. Joanna's commitment to her clients begins with a firmly held belief in the ability of individuals to advocate for themselves. When acceptance can overcome stagnating fear and doubt, real change is within reach. Occasionally, we find ourselves in a holding pattern and guidance through psychotherapy can be the portal to a renewed sense of self.