Christina Toney, LPC
Christina Toney, LPC, is a licensed therapist who has been working with children and families in the community for 18 years. She works from a holistic and trauma-informed approach. Her specializations include ADHD, Autism Spectrum, trauma, LQBTQI+, transgender transition, and developmental behavior issues in children. She is certified in Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), Yoga Calm for Children, and trained in Parent-Infant Massage.
She offers counseling for children, adolescents and adults as well as will be periodically offering parenting classes. In addition, Christina is trained as a Counselor Supervisor and able to provide private supervision for licensure and ongoing practice.
Christina earned a BS in Health Services from Portland State University and a MS in Mental Health Counseling from Capella University. She is also currently completing her PhD in Counselor Education & Supervision.
Kathryn Conyers, LPC Intern, NCC
Kathryn is a LPC Intern and National Certified Counselor. She specializes in developmental trauma, anxiety, self-esteem, parenting, human development, relationships, communication, spirituality, existentialism, and grief.
Kathryn utilizes a holistic, mind/body/spirit approach. She provides integrative, trauma-informed therapy, working with clients to explore a variety of domains as she supports them in their journeys toward the lives they desire. These domains include emotions, thoughts, relationships, past experiences, values, and society. She often incorporates mindfulness and somatic (body-based) awareness and techniques into her work.
Kathryn earned a BS in Psychology from Warner Pacific College and a MA in Mental Health Counseling from Lewis & Clark Graduate School of Education and Counseling.
Rachel Porter, LPC Intern, NCC
Rachel is a LPC Intern and National Certified Counselor. She specializes in trauma, grief and loss as well as anxiety, self-esteem and relationships.
Rachel utilizes an integrated, strengths-based and trauma-informed approach. She integrates trauma-focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and narrative work when working with clients, as well as provides a genuine, empathetic space where the client feels safe to explore thoughts and feelings in their own journey.
Rachel earned a BA in Sociology from George Fox University and a MS in Counseling from Oregon State University. She also has a Post-MS in Trauma Counseling from Grand Canyon University.
Airka Ramirez, LPC Intern
Airka Ramirez is an LPC Intern. She works with clients through developing a collaborative therapeutic relationship that fosters acceptance, connection, and hope. She specializes in developmental trauma, attachment, relationships, parenting, anxiety, depression, and spirituality.
Airka currently offers services to adolescent and young adults providing individual and family therapy sessions. She utilizes an integrative, attachment based, trauma informed, emotion-focused, experiential, relational model with an emphasizes on mindfulness and self- compassion. She specializes in empowering clients to find healing and renewal by exploring the dynamics of the past and how they influence present thoughts, beliefs, and behaviors. Understanding these connections can create self-awareness and cultivate an environment for change.
Airka earned a MA in Mental Health Counseling from Corban University.