Our Team

Yanna Ollila

Licensed Master Social Worker

Yanna graduated from Arizona State University with a Bachelors in Counseling and Applied Psychological Sciences, and received her Master’s in Social Work from Northern Arizona University.

Yanna’s experience has included individual therapy sessions, as well as attending classes and trainings relating to Domestic Violence and Inner Healing. She has a passion in working with teens and young adults who are struggling with depression, anxiety, addiction, and more and helping them through their healing journey.

Ages Seen: 10-18, Adults

Jenna Robertson

Licensed Associate Counselor

Jenna graduated from Grand Canyon University with her Master’s degree to pursue her dream of Counseling. Jenna has been working in the Mental health field for about 8 years.   Her schooling, training, and/or direct experience include substance abuse/impulsive-driven behaviors, crisis work, behavior coaching,  general therapy, and psychoeducation in an individual or group environment. She has experience helping a variety of individuals from adolescents to seniors, within SMI, SO, incarceration, and/or general population. Jenna has a passion for helping individuals pursue healing and change.

Ages Seen: Adolescents, Adults

Maddie Morris

Licensed Master Social Worker

Maddie graduated from Minnesota State University – Moorhead with her Bachelor of Social Work. After graduation, she became licensed with her LBSW in the state of Arizona. She completed her Master’s in Social Work program at Northern Arizona University. Maddie has experience working with children ages 0-5 within a Head Start program. Maddie has a passion for working with children and adolescents.

Ages Seen: 3-18, Adults

Danica Brazaitis

Licensed Professional Counselor
EMDR Therapist

Danica pursued a master’s in Professional Counseling from Grand Canyon University. Early in her career, Danica worked with adolescents and families in a public health setting, helping families to reunify after DCS involvement. Since then, Danica has switched the focus of her career to working mostly with adults and underserved populations.

She believes every individual has the power to make changes in themselves once they come to a place of acceptance and commitment.

Danica’s role is to hold clients accountable to make the changes they want to see in themselves. She will walk alongside her clients as a guiding light on their personal journey, offering different perspectives that encourage personal growth. She has a laid-back style and is genuine, transparent, and honest with her clients, often using humor during sessions to make clients comfortable and to encourage all to use laughter when dealing with life’s woes.

Danica is originally from the East Coast, born and raised in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania where she lived until 2011 and then moved to Arizona to be closer to family. Danica helps her community by volunteering weekly at Arizonans for Children as a supervisor for families who are court-ordered to supervised visits with their children.

She believes part of good mental health is connecting with nature and encourages clients do the same. She loves the oitdoors and was an avid gardener in PA. She has traveled many places around the globe; sailing across Loch Ness and Ireland were two of her favorite trips. An African safari is on her bucket list! Danica is a keeper and hobbyist of exotic pets, including reptiles, arachnids, guinea pigs, and freshwater shrimp.

Ages Seen: 16+

Tiffany Martinez

Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Board Approved Clinical Supervisor

Tiffany is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, with experience working with young children and their parents; striving for healthy connection and communication. Tiffany also has experience working with teens and young adults, supporting through life transitions, stress, anxiety, depression, familial conflict, trauma, generational trauma, building healthy relationships, and development of self confidence.

Tiffany served for 3 years with Americorp, living on the east coast and the Midwest for several years before attending the University of Southern California to study for her masters in social work.

As a first generation college student, Tiffany understands the cultural, familial, and personal challenges first-gen students can face and encourages them to engage in therapy as a way to support them in their journey. Tiffany speaks Spanish and enjoys providing therapy to Spanish speaking families..

Ages Seen: 0-18, Adults

Katy Oakenshield

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Board Approved Clinical Supervisor

Bio coming soon!

Shannon Robinson

Licensed Master Social Worker

Shannon graduated in 2021 from Arizona State University with her Master’s in Social Work. She has over 20 years of experience in child welfare, foster care, adoption, and mental health. She has experience working within schools, courts, and clinical settings. Shannon enjoys working with children, adolescents, adults, and families from all walks of life. With a profound respect for diversity, she values inclusivity and strives to create an environment where every individual feels seen, heard, and respected. She has experience with trauma, ADHD, Autism, depression, and anxiety. Shannon believes in human connection and fosters openness and vulnerability while encouraging healing.

Ages Seen: 0-18, Adults

Emily Leon

Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist

Emily graduated from Arizona State University with her Bachelor’s in Psychology and Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy. She began her career in community mental health working with children, adolescents, and families. As a licensed associate marriage and family therapist, Emily enjoys working with individuals, couples, and families from all walks of life. 

Emily strives to cultivate a warm, empathic, and judgment-free environment. Recognizing the value in understanding clients in their context, she meets clients with empathy and curiosity in order to explore the unique strengths, needs, and culture of those she treats. Emily utilizes a creative, systemic approach when collaborating with clients throughout treatment to drive meaningful change. When working with couples and families, she prioritizes making all members of the system, inside or outside of the room, feel heard and valued.

Ages Seen: 5-18, Couples, Families