Tee Jay Netters, MAS-MFT, LAMFT, TF-CBT
“The world is constantly evolving and can be hard to navigate with stress from all areas of life. My goal is to provide affordable cash-only services to individuals that struggle with issues of trauma, communication and life transitions. I utilize a unique family systemic approach working with individuals, couples, families and the LGBTQIA+ community.
I aim to have families and outside supports a part of the therapeutic process to build a stronger foundation through communication, understanding and healing. My style is active and strength based allowing individuals, couples and families to feel supported and comfortable in a private safe environment.
My ability to be culturally sensitive allows accessibility for others to express themselves openly without judgement. I have been trained extensively in the marital and premarital assessment PREPARE/ENRICH, LGBTQIA+ issues and trauma focused practices for children. I enjoy incorporating families and supports throughout the process at a client centered pace.”
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Lindsey Simon, MAS-MFT, LAMFT
“The decision to seek out and engage in therapy services can be a challenging one so it is important to me as a therapist that I provide a safe, non-judgmental atmosphere for people to share and work through their concerns. I work collaboratively with my clients to develop measurable treatment goals that provide structure to the therapy sessions.
I have experience and training working with couples, families and individuals through a variety of life’s challenges. These include relational concerns, infidelity, stress, conflict resolution, family conflict, depression, anxiety, parenting, transitions, abuse and other life stressors. I am trained as a PREPARE/ENRICH facilitator for pre-marital couples.
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Justine Pak, MAS-MFT, LAMFT
When you contact Gateway MFT, Justine assists in conducting consultations calls to answer your questions, and coordinates scheduling your first appointment. Justine has been trained in the Gottman Couple Method therapy.
“When I meet new clients, I try to put myself in their shoes in order to gain a better sense of their needs. Therapy can be a seemingly daunting venture, especially when it is the first time reaching out for help. I want my clients to feel comfortable and understood in a safe and non-judgmental environment. Many of us can feel at times as if we are hitting barriers in our relationships, in personal battles, and in the face of difficult life transitions. No one should feel as if their problem is unimportant, insignificant, or hopeless. I strive to demonstrate genuine compassion and empathy to help others begin a journey of healing”.
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Calleen A. Morris MAS-MFT, LMFT, Clinical Supervisor
Calleen is the founder and owner of Gateway Marriage & Family Therapy and supervises a team of associate therapists. She has been trained and utilizes research-based approaches to therapy; including Solution Focused, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, EFT Couples Therapy, Gottman Method Couple Therapy, Bowenian and Narrative Therapy. Calleen works with individuals and couples who have experienced relationship injuries, those who feel ‘stuck’ in negative communication patterns and those who may want to enhance their relationships. Calleen has presented in the community topics of grief, pre-marital preparation, and the traps of social media. She has taught Family and Human Development courses as a Faculty Associate at Arizona State University. She is also a Gottman 7 Principles Educator and facilitates and oversees couple workshops at Gateway.
Calleen recognizes that life and relationships can be complex and has a particular interest in helping those who wish to ‘hang on’ to what is working in their relationships while developing new skills to successfully maneuver through the various challenges life can present.
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