Terrah Tillman LMFT #44862
Joie Halladay LMFT #93474
Stacy Westover LMFT #113312
Elizabeth Jennings LMFT #138500
Hello! My name is Elizabeth and I have been working with children and
families for over ten years including work in research, education, and mental health.
I received my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from University of Rochester in 2012,
where I assisted in research on parent-child attachment and early cognitive linguistic
development. In 2020 I obtained a Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy at
San Francisco State University.
For the past six years, I have been providing individual, group, and
family therapy for a diverse range of children, adolescents, and families in the Bay Area and
Sacramento. Through East Bay Agency for Children and Seneca Family of Agencies, I worked
with children at school and in the classroom to address behavioral problems, to support with
processing difficult emotions, and to build healthy coping and communication skills to manage
life’s challenges and navigate relationships. At Stanford Sierra Youth & Families, I provided
community-based mental health services including trauma work, crisis support, family therapy,
and coordination with other professionals and systems such as school staff, CPS, and foster care.
I believe that every child is unique and I use an eclectic approach to therapy to find
strategies that are the right fit for each individual and family. I have worked with a variety of
modalities including CBT/DBT, ACT, narrative therapy, play therapy, and expressive arts. I
have worked with children and families facing a broad range of challenges such as depression,
anxiety, trauma, social skills, and relational problems. My areas of interest also include identity
development, LGBTQ+, and navigating life stage transitions such as beginning adolescence and
transitioning from adolescence to young adulthood.
I look forward to working with you!
Geneva "GG" Gandelman ASW #110943
Associate Social Worker Supervised by Terrah Tillman LMFT #44862
Hello! For the past 10+ years, I have enjoyed working with children in a variety of settings. During my undergraduate program, I began my career supporting families in a University Preschool setting which allowed me to provide direct services along with helping foster a nurturing and engaging environment for my clients to thrive. I then received my BA in Psychology, along with child development experience, from Cal Poly Humboldt in 2015. In addition to working in the educational sector, I have worked in home and community based programs as a Behavior Technician providing ABA therapy for children with Autism.
During the pandemic, I learned to be flexible and innovative. I completed my graduate school internship in the Student Support Center at a local elementary school while also adapting and providing virtual therapeutic services. I have also worked within County Children’s System of Care Services, County Mental Health Services for adults, and with a private agency developing resources for clients with developmental disabilities. I graduated from Cal State San Bernardino in 2022 with my Master’s in Social Work. In my time at CSUSB, I focused my studies and research project on intergenerational trauma. I am passionate about incorporating mindfulness in all areas of my professional and personal mental health practice. I strive to help families thrive by fostering a collaborative partnership and building upon everyone's individual strengths.
Sarah Flores APCC #14406
Associate Professional Clinical Counselor supervised by Terrah Tillman LMFT #44862
Hello! My name is Sarah and I have a passion for seeing children and families thrive. Working alongside families in finding their strengths is a joy of mine. The greatest success is seeing a client grow in their capacity to handle life’s challenges and thrive in their empowerment.
I have worked with children for over 10 years in various capacities from creative arts teacher, to preschool teacher, and clinician. I obtained my master's in clinical psychology in 2020. I have experience in community mental health working with adults, children, and adolescents in both individual and group contexts. During my graduate school internship, I worked with children and adolescents in an intensive outpatient program supporting a variety of challenges my clients were facing including depression, anxiety, school refusal, difficulties with attention and hyperactivity, trauma, and relational problems.
Modalities that I have worked with include; Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), trauma-informed therapy, Attachment Therapy, play therapy, and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). I have a specific interest in empowering clients experiencing anxiety, depression, and trauma by creating a safe place where they are seen and heard. I look forward to working with you and your family as we move towards a better quality of life.