Holly Schweitzer Dunn is a Licensed Independent Social Worker who holds a Master’s degree in Social Work from Virginia Commonwealth University.
While completing her graduate degree Holly provided community-based mental health services to homeless individuals and families in Washington, DC. Upon completion of her Master’s degree in Social Work, Holly began her work providing mental health services to children. She transitioned to home-based family therapy and school based therapy in Charlottesville, VA. After moving to Los Angeles, CA, Holly became actively involved in the provision of residential treatment to youth as well as continuing her work with school-based treatment.
Landon Dunn is a Licensed Independent Social Worker and Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor who holds a Master’s degree in Social Work from Ohio State University and a Master’s degree in Psychology and Theology from Fuller Seminary in Pasadena, California.
Landon’s career has centered on providing balanced and holistic care. He believes in a multidisciplinary approach to wellness and works collaboratively with an established network of local providers.
His work with clients focuses on exploring meaning and revealing internal and external resources to overcome life’s stressors.
Michele Minehart is a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT 200) through Yoga Alliance. Michele earned her Masters of Divinity (M.Div) degree from Ashland Theological Seminary. She teaches public yoga classes in Upper Sandusky, Ohio and to clients at Mind Body Health Associates as a supplement to ongoing or concluding treatment with the counselors. Michele uses yoga – which means yoke or unite – to bring together the mind, body, and spirit using the breath and mindful movement as a guide.
Growth, change, and life in general has time periods that can occur as painful, overwhelming, isolating, and discouraging. Changing perspective, and finding strength during difficult times can seem like a daunting task on top of what is happening inside, and around...
Nicole’s twenty years of experience in mental health ranges from residential and inpatient hospital settings to school- and community-based treatment. She earned her Bachelor’s in Psychology from Bowling Green State University and her Master’s in Social Work from...
What to expect from our practitioners:
Authenticity. Our therapists understand the power of the interventions they teach to their clients because they use them in their own lives. We encourage authenticity as a means to build trust, and as essential to the growth and development of the whole.
Clinical Expertise. Our therapists have been formally trained from leading academic institutions, and continue to seek post-graduate training from leaders in the field.
Connection. We are all interconnected. Our choices affect ourselves, others, and the world.