Our Team

Meet our Therapists!


Amanda Morgan is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Pennsylvania, Florida, North Carolina, as well as a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker in Washington, DC. Amanda has her Bachelors and Masters in Social Work from New York University.

"I truly enjoy helping individuals who are seeking solutions to challenges they are facing."

Amanda has worked with children, adolescents, adults, geriatrics, and families.  She has knowledge and experience in areas of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, all forms of abuse and neglect, trauma, adoption, foster care, LGBTQ+ specific needs, pregnancy, infertility, grief, parenting, caregiving, shame/guilt, financial social work, accountability, professional development, navigating educational advocacy, living with medical complications, Sensory Processing Disorder, and adjusting to life changes.  She is clinically trained to work with individuals who face mental health diagnoses including, but not limited to depression, post partum concerns, anxiety, OCD, bipolar, and PTSD. Sessions will be tailored to meet your unique and specific needs, but the most common modalities utilized in therapy are a mix of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Trauma Focused CBT, Solution-Focused, Exposure Response, Internal Family Systems, and always Client-Centered Therapeutic techniques. 

"I genuinely enjoy the work I do with all individuals and place value in the fact that everyone's story, rationale, and feelings are different. I look forward to providing a safe, confidential space for you or your loved one to share their story and help find emotional, social, physical, spiritual, and/or occupational wellness and recovery."


Josh Vazquez is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor based in Miami, Florida. He earned his Bachelors in Psychology and Masters in Counseling Psychology at Florida International University, with an academic background in child and adolescent growth and development. Born and raised in a culturally diverse environment, Josh has a keen curiosity and respect for the various intersectional aspects that shape who we are and what challenges we may face in life, as well as the equally numerous strengths we have in us.

With extensive experience working with English and Spanish speaking individuals, families, and couples of different ethnicities, socioeconomic needs, generational and cultural histories, Josh places emphasis on understanding each person’s unique needs, goals, challenges, and skills, and tailors every therapeutic approach by listening to client feedback and working together, to ensure meaningful and long-lasting results. To do so, Josh takes from the approaches he knows best, including Motivational Interviewing (MI), Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Transactional Analysis, and the Gottman Method. Josh has been successfully able to apply these and similar approaches to individuals, couples and families struggling from depression, anxiety, trauma, relationship difficulties, cycles of harm and abuse, spiritual concerns, life transitions, and behavioral issues.

“I’m inspired and learn new lessons with every client I work with. I enjoy finding what connects us all despite our differences. I believe our psychology and mental health are the foundation of our lives and they shape our history and the world around us. Because of that, it is my life’s mission to help others grow to their best and most connected when they feel they are alone at their worst.”

Meet our Clinical Social Work Interns!


Chester "Chet" Miller is a dedicated second-year Advanced Standing Clinical student at Columbia University.  He is pursuing his passion for mental health services, recognizing the pressing need for improved mental health support within underserved and BIPOC communities.  Chester's unwavering commitment to ensuring equal access to mental health services has been a driving force in his career choice.

“Men's mental health often remains marginalized in discussions of wellness and overall mental well-being. This belief has spurred me  to dedicate my academic journey to advocating for men's mental health and addressing the existing disparities in care."

Chester has set his sights on becoming a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. His primary focus will be on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) research, aiming to bridge the gap in mental health resources and support for marginalized communities. Chester's enthusiasm for proactive mental health care is evident in his training, which has extensively focused on techniques such as Motivational Interviewing, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and Solution-Focused Therapy. With a multidimensional approach, he aims to provide support to individuals grappling with issues like depression, anxiety, and PTSD, while also recognizing the importance of addressing the unique challenges faced by marginalized groups, including BIPOC Queer Men. 

With his blend of academic excellence, compassionate nature, and a strong commitment to addressing mental health disparities, Chester "Chet" Miller is poised to make a lasting impact on the field of mental health and the lives of those he serves.


Jessica “Jess” Nevarez is a 1st year graduate social work student at Grand Canyon University. She also obtained her Bachelor’s degree in psychology from SUNY Empire State College.   She is currently on course to obtain her MSW in 2026, and is determined to become a fully licensed clinical social worker.  Jessica realized the sky is the limit in the social work field and plans to go as far as she possibly can. 

Jessica has experience working in geriatrics, with individuals who have HIV/AIDS, immigrants, and the LGBTQ+ population.  She additionally was a volunteer counselor for those who were in crisis with suicidal ideations.  She plans to work with individuals who have suffered from depression, trauma as well as substance abuse. Jessica is bilingual and speaks both English and Spanish fluently.  

 “It has always been my passion to help others overcome their obstacles in life. I am a kind hearted and empathetic individual who intends to provide my clients a safe and nonjudgmental environment where they feel heard. I hope I can make a difference in others’ lives, no matter how big or small”. 


Shannon Fluder is a 2nd-year graduate student through Aurora University’s College of Social Work. She obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Cultural Anthropology/Ethnology at Illinois State University, and a Master’s degree in Applied Medical Anthropology at the University of New Mexico. Her background in behavioral health research and implementation science, which focused on advocacy for marginalized populations, she was able to practice cultural humility while listening and learning ways in which individuals experienced the world around them. Shannon's knowledge and experience include: indigenous experiences with COVID-19, diabetes, navigating systems of care in rural and frontier areas, behavioral and mental health of female inmates, LGBTQ youth, challenges transgender individuals face, substance use & prescription drug/opioid dependence, individuals dealing with Long term Covid impacts, and survivors of sexual violence.

Shannon decided to pivot her career from research to frontline service delivery after recognizing the need for more culturally sensitive providers who understand how generational trauma and historical oppression impact individuals mentally and physically on a daily basis. She hopes to provide a safe space for individuals as they forge through some of life’s most difficult challenges and heal from their past, while helping empower them towards their future selves. While she is willing to work with tailored approaches to counseling and treatment, she prefers Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical and Behavioral Therapy

(DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), shadow and inner child work to help create meaningful change and break free of destructive patterns.

She volunteers with at-risk LGBTQ youth as a crisis counselor, teaches group fitness classes including mixed martial arts inspired classes, sports and athletic training and conditioning, and weight training classes. She loves to read, write, listen to music, and loves to rescue dogs.

Meet our Marketing Intern!


Isabelle Vanderby is a second-year Business Marketing student on track to graduate early with a Bachelor’s degree at San Diego State University. Isabelle has always been a strong advocate for mental health, and believes that it is significant to create a safe environment for those to share their inner experiences. 

“It can often be unsettling to share our struggles, and I believe that we are not built to process emotions alone. In order for people to grow and become their authentic selves, they deserve a space that will allow them to be truly seen and valued for who they are. Through my work as a multimedia marketer, I hope to demonstrate these values, and promote our understanding and advocacy for those who are looking for a place to start.”

Through her involvement in the community and numerous campus organizations, Isabelle has come to the realization that digital and creative marketing is her ultimate career choice. She has gained a well-rounded skill set in consulting and content creation, and hopes to learn more in that realm. As an active member of the American Marketing Association, Isabelle has developed marketing strategies for different startup clients, which has allowed her to promote companies across multiple platforms. The prominence of social media has made it important for startup companies to have an online presence, and Isabelle’s experience as a social media officer has been a driving factor towards her passion within digital marketing. 

Isabelle hopes to combine her career choices with her personal values, and create an online platform that is safe, welcoming, and can provide valuable information for individuals who are struggling or looking for a connection.

Meet our Volunteer Grant Coordinator!

TAWANDA MOORE, Volunteer Grant Coordinator

Tawanda Moore is a graduate student of Eastern University, where she obtained a Bachelor's Degree in Social Work. She has worked with many non-profit and for profit organizations where her focus has been dedicated to the process of grant writing. Tawanda has a special interest in grant writing and funding for organizations that serve our community. Tawanda is soon to be a Board Certified Grant Writer.