At One Heart Counseling Center, you are working with therapists who work on themselves. That means you are being guided by someone who is willing to be in the trenches and do the things they are asking you to do. You are working with therapists who know about the Human Emotional System. They can help you decode the information that wants to come forward and teach you about how to manage the discomfort that can sometimes come with experiencing your feelings.
Adrian W. Hall, M.A., MFT, ATR
Adrian is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Registered Art Therapist. Her training and background are working with children and families, which has provided an excellent foundation for the work she has done with a range of clients as all people have important childhood and family histories that impact current life. Adrian utilizes a Gestalt, Object Relations and Humanistic perspective, often times incorporating practical, cognitive behavorial interventions as well as providing education in order to help her clients understand the nature of being human and how to work with it rather than against it.
Anna Pirkl, M. A., MFT, ATR, CAADAC RW
Anna is a Licensed Marital and Family Therapist, CAADAC Registered Worker and Registered Art Therapist. In 2005 she began her journey into the field of helping professionals as a volunteer for Free Arts for Abused Children. Over those 10 years, Anna’s wide variety of work experiences have exposed her to many walks of life and the accompanying challenges that require support. She specializes in addiction and recovery work, complex trauma, and family healing. Anna's therapeutic approach rests on a foundation of humanistic philosophy. Anna empowers her clients with tools and information to help them work toward their goals and build on their personal strengths.
Chelsea Derossi, M. A., MFT, ATR
Chelsea is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Registered Art Therapist. Through various volunteer ventures, Chelsea found a passion for art and therapy, which served as a foray into her therapeutic experience working with children, adolescents, adults and families. Chelsea is a child and adolescent specialist with additional training and expertise in trauma, grief, development and family systems. By adopting a humanistic philosophy and incorporating cognitive behavioral techniques, Chelsea encourages insight, improved ability to manage challenges and more harmonious relationship with family members and peers. It is through this approach that she is able to help her clients better understand the human experience, improve relationships and make positive life-affirming choices.
Lily Braverman, M. A., MFT Intern, ATR
Lily is a Marriage and Family Therapy Intern and a Registered Art Therapist. Lily began working in substance abuse and eating disorder treatment in 2008, through which she discovered the power of humanistic connection in helping her clients. She continues to specialize in substance use disorders, and is also experienced in the treatment of complex trauma, anxiety and depression. Lily uses experiential art and verbal activities with her clients to improve their ability to be comfortable with their full range of emotions and learn to heed their signals so as to improve their overall emotional wellbeing. Lily provides therapy for individuals, couples, and families, working collaboratively with clients to build internal skills that support them in achieving their own goals.