It would be a privilege to be a guest in your journey of pursuing wellness.
Jeanne-Marie Ritter, Ed.S
Jeanne-Marie (she/her) is a registered counselor associate (R6776) with a master’s degree in counselor education. She is acutely aware of how a rapidly changing world can have a challenging impact on your life. You may be dealing with difficulties at home, school, or work, struggling with thoughts and beliefs that no longer serve you, feel caught off-guard by a life transition, or are trying to find a better sense of balance, Jeanne-Marie would love to support you. She will work with you to identify your strengths and values while coping with life’s demands amidst new or familiar feelings of sadness or anxiety. Her approach is person-centered, strengths-based, collaborative, and trauma-informed. She utilizes principles of mindfulness and intersectional feminist theory as a framework. Jeanne-Marie identifies with the LGBTQIA+ community as a cisgender queer woman, with advanced training serving this population. She enjoys working with individuals from diverse backgrounds, areas of origin, differing abilities, beliefs, and family types.
Dani Lutzow, MA
Jen Shelton, LPC
Dani (she/her) is a masters-level clinician who is supporting folks ages 18 and up with individual therapy. Dani has particular interests in working with grief and loss, survivors of stroke and/or TBI, anxiety, bereavement, trauma, near-death experiences, and depression. Together, Dani will support you with identifying a clear path forward in your life, smashing through the bricks and barriers in the journey to newfound strength. Dani works with folks to develop their strengths into powerful tools, and believes people can benefit from having support outside and in. Her goal is to provide a warm, safe, and positive atmosphere for clients as they journey through stressful times of transition. Dani has immediate openings and offers a rate of $100 per visit. She is running two weekly support groups on zoom for trauma and stroke survivors.
Jen (she/her) is a licensed professional counselor, the owner of The Pursuit of Wellness, and a trauma-certified therapist specializing in supporting folks with DID, OSDD, and/or CPTSD. Her goal is to be a source of hope and movement toward greater system health. Jen has master's degrees in counseling and psychology and has worked in a variety of mental health settings and clinical roles since 2011. Her approach is warm, engaging, and humorous when the timing is right! In therapy, Jen uses a blend of principles and tools from evidence-based practices such as internal family systems (IFS), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), cognitive behavior therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), narrative therapy, attachment, and relational therapy through the lens of trauma recovery. Jen has a waitlist for individual therapy. She is running a therapy group called All Systems Go for adults in the DID/OSDD community on the first Wednesday of every month from 6-7pm.
Georgia Lopez, MS
Georgia (she/her) is an experienced bicultural therapist and registered counselor associate (R7470) with a master's degree in marriage and family counseling. She is in the process of onboarding with TPOW and will be working with adult individuals starting March 6. Georgia is passionate and gentle in her approach as she walks alongside those who have experienced various forms of trauma. Her life experiences and training have given her a unique understanding of the complexities and impacts trauma can have on a person's sense of self and ability to trust oneself, others, and the world. Georgia employs a variety of therapeutic approaches, including emotion-focused therapy, internal family systems (IFS), EMDR, and lifespan integration therapy. She embraces a genuine belief in the capability, spirit, light, gift, and strength of each individual and will strive to work closely and delicately with you to ensure that your desired journey is supported and ultimately achieved. Georgia's fees range from $125-$140 and her current openings are on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.
Sarah Schneider, MA
Sarah (she/her) is newly joining the TPOW team! She is a certified grief counselor, will be offering individual and group therapy, and will be working with kids and adults. Sarah's fees range from $110-$130 and she has immediate openings on Wednesdays and Fridays. More info to come soon!