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    Darla Lynn Gale, MA, LMFT
    Founder, Executive Director
    Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (#92413)
    Eye Movement Desensitization and Repro
    cessing (EMDR) Trained Therapist
    Certified Clinical Trauma Professional

    Imago Trained Couples Therapist
    Certified First Responder Counselor

    Darla sees clients in her own private practice.  She has a deep desire to provide healing to those who are hurting, to give each individual the resources for positive change, and to help them gain insight and understanding into the world; resulting in a brighter tomorrow. She holds to the belief that you cannot change the past, but you can be strengthened by it. One of her favorite quotes is 'It's okay to look back into the past, just don't stare." Darla graduated from Brandman University and has a Master's Degree in Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy. She has also completed the "Faith in Crisis Academy" with a specialized focus on trauma. She has experience working with individuals, adolescents, and children bound by anxiety, depression, obsession compulsion, ADHD, anger, addiction, grief, and codependent behaviors. In addition, she works with couples who are experiencing difficulties with conflict, communication, and unhealthy relational patterns. Darla's therapeutic approach is creative and engaging, as she combines spiritual, mindful, cognitive, and behavioral principles in her process. Darla believes the client-therapist relationship is of the utmost importance and her goal is to lead individuals on a personal journey of awareness while providing them with hope, empathy, and unconditional positive regard. In her spare time she enjoys crafting, kayaking, fishing, boating and road trips with her husband.  


    Alice Rodriguez

    Registered Associate Professional Clinical Counselor #6094

    Certified in Brainspotting; CADC-I

    Alice would like to help you identify and heal from issues past and present that prevent you from living your best life (including trauma, anxiety, depression, stress, codependency, grief/loss, abuse, self-esteem, and substance abuse/use).  In addition to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT),  Alice is trained in other modalities such as Brainspotting (Certification in Brainspotting) and Imago. She is also a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC-I).

    Alice strives to provide a safe, non-judgmental environment where you can heal, recognize your strengths, and rebuild relationships.   Alice is committed to walking along side you as you rediscover your truth and resilience and spark joy in your life.

    Alice has worked with veterans affected by substance use, mental illness and homelessness and worked with incarcerated women at Folsom Women’s Facility.  

    Alice wants to help clients to gain a better understanding of themselves, but with a desire to learn new skills and tools that they can use in their daily lives—Alice wants to connect you to what matters most. 

    Alice has a Bachelor's degree from University of California, Davis and a Master's in Rehabilitation Counseling from California State University, Sacramento.   Alice is passionate about working with people of all ages, genders, social and cultural backgrounds. With empathy and understanding, Alice will work with you to accomplish your individual therapy goals.  Alice is currently accepting new clients.



    Jason Wilson

    Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee
    Supervised by Darla Gale, LMFT #92413

    Jason Wilson is a Marriage and Family Therapist trainee and Professional Clinical Counselor trainee.  He is due to finish his Master’s in Counseling Psychology at William Jessup University towards the end of 2020.  He is a husband, son, and father of three rambunctious boys.  Jason is a Christian and is able to incorporate biblical concepts if the client desires this.  However, he loves meeting and working with people of all different faiths, cultures and sexual orientations.

    Humor is a big part of Jason’s personal life and feels that humor is a necessary element that allows us to find joy in the darkest moments of our life.  It is not the big events of joy that sustain us, but the minor day to day chuckles we share with friends, family, and those who we are close to.

    Jason believes that the most important part of the therapeutic process is having a genuine, safe, nonjudgmental and caring relationship with his clients.  His favorite thing about therapy is getting the opportunity to go on a life changing adventure with his clients and being there to cheer them on as they achieve their own success and find some sense of joy.  While pain and suffering might be an inescapable part of life, pain does not need to be a bad thing.  It is in our pain that we grow and develop as a person, and we all have the choice in what direction we grow.  Jason looks forward to being there with his clients as they decide what paths they decide to tackle in their adventures towards finding peace, happiness, or whatever it is his clients seek.

    When Jason is not scratching his head over his three boys’ antics, he loves to participate in hobbies such as cinema, comic books, and reading.  He also loves gold panning, riding motorcycles, dogs, reptiles, fish, or hanging up a hammock while drifting off into his own imagination.

    “Don’t let pain define you, let it refine you.”  Tim Fargo


    Sara Kassabian, M.A.

    Associate Marriage and Family Therapist #92080
    Supervised by Darla Gale, LMFT #92413

    Sara had the desire placed in her heart very early on to help those struggling and unable to experience life at its best. She believes that no matter what it is that a person is facing, with proper support it is not too big to be dealt with. Although one may feel alone in their situation, there is always hope and healing waiting for them if they just reach out. Through both personal and professional experience, Sara is equipped to support and guide those struggling with many different issues including: anxiety, self-esteem and identity issues, difficult friend/family relationships, couple/marital conflicts, chronic pain and illness, sexual abuse and trauma, loneliness, depression, and hopelessness. Sara received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology from National University. She has been married for 25 years and has one child. She enjoys the beauty of nature and spending time with family, friends, and her pets.


    Heather Moore
    Associate Marriage and Family Therapist, #118942
    Associate Professional Clinical Counselor, #7854

    Supervised by Darla Gale, LMFT #92413

    “"Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate.” – Carl Jung

    Thoughts become things. How you hold your thoughts and your emotions within your mind creates the architecture for how you experience life. If your life is a reflection of the connection with your truest selves, what does it say about how connected you are? 

    Heather is so very passionate about helping people reach a place where they become their truest version of self. When you fall away from the faulty belief systems, conditioned programming from childhood and poorly constructed internal schemas, an opportunity to unfold love, peace, health and wealth presents itself. Heather is a huge proponent of self-actualization, or the realization and fulfillment of a person’s optimum potential, and works closely with her clients to guide them through their dark and into their light.

    Heather utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (with a twist) and often incorporates Narrative Therapy, Existential Therapy and Gestalt Therapy, as well as many other modalities. She is also trained in Brainspotting. Each client is different and requires a unique approach that is specific to them. Heather works alongside her clients to create a healing path that supports their optimum potential. Heather’s therapy style is rooted in quantum mechanics, which is the connection between you and your world, and she enjoys teaching her clients how and why their thoughts create their reality through scientifically sound research. Through this path, issues such as trauma, anxiety, depression, grief and any other emotionally charged concern can be healed, transfigured and optimized for the client’s highest good.

    Heather is excited to work with you and help you navigate this journey called human consciousness.



    Katlin Boas
    Associate Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee
    Supervised by Darla Gale, LMFT #92413

    Katlin Boas is a Marriage and  Family Therapist Trainee. After completing her BA in psychology, she took three years off and worked with at-risk youth at a transitional shelter, which rekindled her passion to further her education and experience to work with others in ways that foster enduring change. She is able to sit with and work with someone in crisis and believes growth is possible no matter the person's background or present struggle. She has a passion to come along-side anyone, no matter what they may be struggling with, whether it is to learn alternative ways to manage stress or anxiety, or working on communication or other relational difficulties. Katlin has a heart for those who have experienced grief and loss and navigating its challenges, no matter the type of grief they are enduring. She believes that pain and suffering are parts of being human, but so is healing, growth, and hope. She approaches working with others by creating a safe and supportive environment and encouraging the person to gain a deeper awareness of themselves and those around them. No issue or struggle is too small or unimportant to Katlin, and she believes every person is worth being invested in so they can grow and feel more fulfilled in their everyday life, however that may look for them. 


    Emily Dawes
    Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee
    Supervised by Darla Gale, LMFT #92413

    Emily is an MFT trainee with the desire to work with individuals, couples, and families through a multitude of life’s challenges. She believes in a strong therapeutic relationship where clients feel safe and supported. Emily works to build a collaborative relationship with clients using an integrative approach to therapy. She believes in a strength-based approach to counseling and empowering clients.

    Emily is a master’s student in her third year at Palo Alto University earning her degree in Clinical Counseling with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy. She is also a member of Chi Sigma Iota, counseling honors society. After earning her bachelor’s degree in psychology, Emily spent three years working with youth survivors of human trafficking. Emily also has experience working with youth struggling with depression, anxiety, PTSD and youth who identify as LGBTQ+. Emily has also worked in a community mental health setting with adults and is trained in trauma informed care and dialectical behavior therapy. 

    In her free time Emily enjoys the outdoors, camping, kayaking, and gardening. She also enjoys walks with her rescued border collie mix, painting and cooking.   


    Kristy Taylor
    Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee
    Supervised by Darla Gale, LMFT #92413

    Kristy is in her final year of the Masters in Counseling Psychology program at William Jessup University and is currently a Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee (MFT-Trainee).  Kristy graduated from William Jessup University with a BS in Counseling Psychology, graduating summa cum laude. She also has AAs in Chemical Dependency and Psychology from American River College. Kristy is trained in brainspotting.

    Kristy has had a passion for psychology since the tender age of eight years old, and she continues to have a fascination for the mind...how and why it does what it does. She believes that early life experiences shape the foundation for future emotional, mental, and physical health, and repairing the damage done in those early years is vital for improved health and happiness as an adult. One definition of “happiness” is “a sense of dignity and self-worth.” Kristy believes that more people could use a positive “sense of dignity and self-worth” and she would like to help them achieve that end.

    As a Christian and Interfaith Chaplain volunteer at a hospital, Kristy has had many opportunities to visit patients of all faiths, orientations, conditions, and outcomes. Whether working through grief, trauma, addiction, OCD, anxiety, depression, or anything else, she believes that where there is a will, there is a way. Therapy requires teamwork, commitment, and effort in order to see positive results. And sometimes, it has to get worse before it gets better. But either way, Kristy would like to meet you where you are, find out where you would like to go, and then help you create a plan to get there that is compatible with your circumstances. C.S. Lewis once wrote, “You can’t go back and change the beginning, but you can change the ending.”

    When not in the office, and because of an overabundance of empathy, Kristy finds joy in her many animals, and participating in various rescue efforts along the way. Fur or feathers, it doesn’t matter - they are all loved by her. As part of her regular self-care routine, she frequently drags willing (and sometimes unwilling!) friends to the hiking trails around the Placer and El Dorado County areas to recharge her soul and find peace. A satisfied introvert, Kristy also finds joy in writing novels and stories, reading a good book, and finding humor in as many areas of life as possible. Kristy believes in the motto: “The only way to get through life is to laugh your way through it. You either have to laugh or cry. I prefer to laugh. Crying gives me a headache.” (Marjorie Pay Hinckley).

    “By small and simple things are great things brought to pass; and small means in many instances doth confound the wise.” (Alma 37:6)



    Rebekah Shurtleff

    Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee
    Supervised by Darla Gale, LMFT #92413

    Rebekah Shurtleff is a Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee and Professional Clinical Counselor Trainee.  She is in her last year of a dual Masters at Brandman University. Rebekah's undergraduate studies concentrated in Child Development and Psychology with emphasis in Human Development and Social Change. Rebekah desires to work with individuals, couples, children, families, veterans, seniors and the elderly.  She is passionate about helping families heal and create healthy relationships. Rebekah will work with children experiencing distress, trauma, educational and behavioral concerns using family system supports. She also works with individuals who are experiencing anxiety, depression, addiction, trauma, illnesses, employment related distress, career counseling and grief.  

    Rebekah has over 25 years of experience working with children, parents and families of a variety of social and economic backgrounds. Rebekah is trained in the Infant and Toddler Care and California Social Emotional Foundations for Early Learning which focuses on the importance of child development, culture, and change behaviors. Rebekah believes therapy is an equal partnership on a journey to discover insight, healing, and hope. C.S. Lewis said, "You can't go back and change the beginning, but you can start where you are and change the ending".  Rebekah will join you on your unique journey to achieve your goals. Rebekah focused on safety, confidentiality and working together to implement solutions and new life skills.  She uses cognitive behavioral therapy, narrative therapy, family systems theory and brief solution focused therapy. Rebekah works with all ages, culture, genders, faiths, and economic background and welcomes you to your first step of healing. Rebekah has a passion for learning through continual education, reading, and training.  Rebekah practices self care through connection with her family including her four adult children, hiking and practicing mindfulness. 

    "Maybe the journey isn't so much about becoming anything.  Maybe it is about un-becoming everything that isn't really you so you can be who you were meant to be. - author unknown 


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    Alex Sadri

    Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee
    Supervised by Darla Gale, LMFT #92413

    Alex Sadri is a Marriage and Family Therapist trainee. He is due to complete his Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from William Jessup University in early March of 2022. Alex has a background in film, with a B.A. in Cinema-Television from The University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts. He believes that everyone, despite being faced with life’s challenges, has the power to overcome, rewrite their story and live inspired. Alex’s favorite word is “hope," defined as confidently expecting that something is achievable. As a therapist, he looks forward to working with individuals of all ages, couples and families to improve and heal marriages, navigate life’s struggles, achieve freedom from addiction, heal from trauma and get better as they pursue mental health. Not only is he a therapist, but he is a man passionate about being a husband and dad, community football coach, screenwriter and a big Star Wars fan.


    Janelle

    Janelle Stepper

    Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee 
    Supervised by Darla Gale, LMFT #92413

    Janelle is an MFT trainee in her third year of graduate school at Palo Alto University. She is passionate about helping people who are experiencing anxiety, depression, loss, self-esteem issues, life transitions, identity concerns, issues related to sex and sexuality, post-traumatic stress, relationship concerns, and helping those who have experienced sexual abuse.  Lastly, Janelle enjoys working with members of the LGBTQIA+ community.

     Janelle’s primary therapeutic approach aligns with Narrative Therapy, which focuses on the stories we tell ourselves, and so often, the stories others have told us about ourselves. Other approaches Janelle utilizes with her clients are Attachment Theory and Internal Family Systems Therapy. Janelle doesn’t believe in a “one size fits all” approach to counseling and will work with her clients to create an individualized treatment plan for their specific needs.  Janelle is also trained in Brainspotting, a powerful modality that can help access and heal trauma.

     Janelle desires to come alongside you in an empowering and supportive way to help you process and heal whatever you are going through.  Janelle will take a collaborative approach to counseling and build upon your strengths and special abilities when working with you. Through empathy, trust, and unconditional positive regard, Janelle desires to create a space where you are seen, heard, and feel safe to fully be yourself.  Janelle would be happy to accompany you on your journey and would be honored to hear whatever you would like to tell her with an open heart and mind.


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    Melanie Knapp

    Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee
    Supervised by Darla Gale, LMFT #92413

    “Let go of who you think you’re supposed to be; embrace who you are.” Brené Brown

    Melanie is a Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee who hopes to use what she has
    learned from the classroom, as well as lived experiences, to support others as they face
    their own life challenges. She is in her final year of the Master’s in Counseling
    Psychology at William Jessup University. She has volunteered for over ten years with several youth
    organizations, working with both parents, adolescents, and teens. Raising three children of her own,
    she understands the nuances of the parent/child relationship.

    Melanie uses an integrated approach, tailored to the client’s needs, drawing most often from cognitive
    behavior therapy (CBT) and narrative approach. She believes it is never too late to change your story.
    Melanie works to provide a safe, encouraging, and non-judgmental space for her clients.

    On a personal note, Melanie enjoys spending time with her family, cheering for her favorite sports teams,
    reading, and doing puzzles. She has recently welcomed a new puppy to her home, with continued training,
    you may see Miss Lilly in therapy.


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    Rozhia Taylor

    Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee
    Supervised by Darla Gale, LMFT #92413

    "Faith motivates us to pursue these goals. Hope leads to expectation, which creates peace, excitement, and health in our minds, thus increasing brain and body health."
    -Caroline Leaf

    It takes incredible strength and courage for a person to take the necessary steps of reclaiming control over their life, mental health, and healing. As a current MFT trainee, Rozhia's passion in life has always been helping people of all ages by understanding and meeting them at whatever stage they're in with compassion and no judgment. Ever since she was a little girl, Rozhia has had a heart for listening to others and has desired to be an instrument of bringing hope, healing, deliverance, and light into other's lives. Through overcoming her own obstacles and experiences in life, Rozhia has found that none of us are alone in what we face and, by joining together, we are stronger to make it through to the other side of a better tomorrow and promising future. 

    Rozhia has received her Associates and Bachelor's of Arts degrees in Psychology, as well as being a member of two different honors societies, Phi Theta Kappa and Golden Key International. She is in her final year of her Master's program at William Jessup University. 

    Using different therapeutic modalities and integrated approaches, Rozhia tailors each therapy plan to suit the client's needs and find the best approach to facilitate success for her clients and their future. She believes strongly in the client-therapist relationship and building it on a foundation of trust, respect, and security. Rozhia values the importance of helping her clients have hope, feel valued, shown empathy, and given unconditional positive regard. An environment of peace to facilitate healing is always the expectation when a client comes in. 

    In her spare time, Rozhia loves spending time with her husband, being intentional with loved ones, traveling, making music on the piano, singing, writing, reading, playing games, and receiving cuddles from her fur kiddos. 


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    Danielle Olson

    Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee
    Supervised by Darla Gale, LMFT #92413

    Danielle Olson is a Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee (MFT-Trainee). She is in her final year of her Master’s Program at the University of San Francisco. Danielle received her undergraduate degree at Azusa Pacific University, graduating with her BA in Psychology. She wants to help individuals, youth, families, and couples get to know more about themselves on a deeper level, as well as help individuals heal and grow. 

    Danielle will hold a non-judgmental, safe space where you will be seen, heard, and valued. Emotions and life can be extremely hard to handle alone. She’s hoping she can help you unravel all of the complexities life has to offer while looking into one’s thought patterns, beliefs, and relationships. 

    In her spare time, Danielle enjoys sewing, hanging out with friends, going to concerts, and reading."


    Deana

    Deana Sellarole

    Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee
    Supervised by Darla Gale, LMFT #92413

    Deana is a Marriage and Family Therapist trainee whose goal is to make herself unnecessary to her clients by providing a safe space to work through whatever is tough in their lives while providing support, encouragement, and tools to promote their wellness. She believes counseling is a wonderful opportunity to discover more about who you are, what you want, and how you want to live. Deana is attentive, approachable, and values making a strong connection with her clients—individuals, couples, and families. She looks forward to a client eventually telling her “I’ve got this!” because progress was made working together.

    Deana is completing her final year of the Master of Arts in Counseling program from Palo Alto University. Deana has a Bachelor of Science in Journalism and Mass Communications from San Jose State University. Besides her education, Deana has had many life experiences, including having a career in digital marketing in Silicon Valley, being a stay-at-home mom as well as a working parent, owning a small business, volunteering in the emergency department at the local Dignity Health Mercy hospital, working as a caretaker to families in need, and experiencing plenty of ups and downs along the way that life tends to throw at you. 

    On a personal note, Deana is happiest when she gets time to hang out with her husband, 3 teenage kids, extended family, or friends because connections are so important to her. And if there is a grilled cheese sandwich involved, even better!



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    Golara Parsapour

    Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee
    Supervised by Darla Gale, LMFT #92413

    Self-discovery begins with your journey within. Golara believes in the power of transformation and healing that can provide the change that you desire within yourself. She is a believer in human potential and the opportunity one has to truly heal themself. Golara has experience in mindfulness, yoga, meditation, and life transitions. With human kindness, empathy, and respect, she believes that each person’s journey is unique and requires a path that is suitable for them. Golara is bilingual in Farsi and has immense experience in cultural differences and ethnic backgrounds. The connection between the mind and body is powerful and, with guided practice, it will give you the opportunity to change your inner and outer world. Your thoughts, your actions, and your mindset can create your reality. Golara has a passion to walk with you through your path, teach you skills, and understand your world from your eyes to help you find and create the life you have been longing for."

    “be the change you wish to see in the world” -Gandhi


    Seychelle

    Seychelle Andronico


    Associate Marriage and Family Therapist MA, AMFT #126101
    Supervised by Darla Gale, LMFT #92413

    Seychelle is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist. She wants to hear your story. Her passion is helping you find joy, confidence in yourself and harmony in all your relationships. She believes that circumstances do not need to dictate your inner peace. With your help, Seychelle will explore struggles you have as well as the areas in your life that ARE working for you. Emotional times in your life are the guideposts that have contributed to shaping your story. Seychelle is here listen to you and help you process those events in a safe, warm environment, free of judgement. She is a Christian and welcomes all faiths. However, if you would like Biblical concepts in your therapy sessions to be integrated into your time with her, she is able to do so. She works with people of all religious backgrounds, the LGBTQ+ community, as well as those of all ages. Her aim is to help you feel your complete worth and be empowered to make positive, long-lasting changes that will bring peace and meaning to your life.

    Seychelle graduated with her BA in Communications from Dominican University, in San Rafael, California in 2003. In April of 2021, she graduated with my Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology with a focus on Marriage and Family Therapy at William Jessup University. She loves being a mom, running, riding her beach cruiser, reading and being in nature with her two kids and husband. She loves her two dogs and uses humor in her life and in her sessions with clients. She understands the importance of levity and believes in the healing power of laughter. She is honored to be a part of
    your journey towards mental and emotional freedom.

    “The most profound relationship we will ever have is the one with ourselves.” -
    Shirley MacLaine


    Monique

    Monique Martinez

    Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee
    Supervised by Darla Gale, LMFT #92413

    Monique Martinez is a Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee. She is on track to complete her masters degree in counseling in March of 2022. Monique has a bachelors degree in psychology from William Jessup University and has hopes of continuing to pursue a career within psychology in the future. She is passionate about helping others who have experienced trauma and the hardships of life and seeks to provide them with warm, empathetic, and nurturing care. Monique's desire for her clients is that they will feel as though they have somebody on their side to validate them and cheer them on throughout their counseling journey. While working with Monique, clients can expect a treatment plan to help them with their individual needs and a counselor who can relate and understand the trials they may be going through.



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    Kristen Williams

    Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee
    Supervised by Darla Gale, LMFT #92413

    Kristen Williams is a Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee who is passionate about helping others through difficult times in their lives. She is compassionate and caring and strives to convey warmth, acceptance, and empathy to those who are hurting. We all have things in our lives that are difficult to deal with but having someone walk beside you to offer support and guidance is a positive step in helping you reach your goals. Kristen believes everyone has value and a purpose and sees each person as a unique individual who is deserving of respect. This will guide her therapeutic treatment. She is drawn to a holistic and integrative approach that addresses the mind, body, spirit, and social aspects of one’s life and prefers to focus on strengths, goals, encouragement, and positive qualities while working on the things that need to be changed.  Therapy is a team effort and a partnership between the counselor and the client. Therefore, a strong, collaborative therapeutic relationship is a top goal for her in helping clients achieve health in their lives.

    It is her desire to provide a comfortable, non-judgmental environment with authenticity, patience, and respect so that her clients may discover the tools and resources that they can take with them to use throughout their lives. She has a heart for those suffering from traumas of all kinds and those struggling with substance abuse and addictions. She has experience in relating successfully with people of all ages and backgrounds, including working with at-risk young adults and teens, women, senior adults, and people with chronic health issues and trauma. She has knowledge and experience with anxiety and depression, trauma, ADHD, has a Christian counseling background, and is pursuing a certificate in Addiction Studies. Having been born with a congenital heart defect, she understands medical trauma, chronic health issues, and how Covid-19 and other risk factors are affecting those who are high risk.

    Kristen has been married for over 26 years and has a son, a daughter, and a new son-in-law. She loves animals and believes they are wonderful for therapy as well as being great companions. In her spare time, she enjoys photography, gardening, DIY projects, volunteering in various capacities, outdoor activities such as boating, paddleboarding, and hiking and spending time with family and friends.

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