Truc Ly Booker

Truc Ly Thi-Booker MA, LPCC-S

My passion is to help others from all walks of life with their journey of becoming the best person they can be. I believe your journey, your pain, and your collection of struggles are unique to you, and there is no-one size fits all approach to therapy. To know my journey of how I became the individual I am today is like a caterpillar’s transformation to a butterfly.

At the age of six, I was adopted and brought to America from Vietnam I didn’t know the language I didn’t know anything about my new family, the surroundings, or the culture. My adopted home was not a forever home, at age thirteen I was removed and put in a group home then placed in foster care until age of eighteen. Through navigating this journey of life, it has taught me how to let things go, to work towards change,
find your own purpose, no matter what life throws at you, continue to aspire to be the best person you can be.

I have served as a counselor for over 20 years working with all ages, in different settings: School-based therapy, residential counselor, correctional institutional clinician, inpatient and outpatient services, and experienced with different areas of interest: trauma, grief work, social skills, teen pregnancy, sexual offenders, anxiety disorders, substance abuse, family issues and more.
My approach to change is a collective approach, using therapeutic techniques assisting and encouraging my clients to work towards personal growth, regaining a strong sense of self, and overcoming the challenges of finding your individuality.

Ariel Clark

Ariel Clark MSSW, CSW – Therapist

I believe that the therapeutic relationship is the foundation of successful therapy. As a therapist with over 5 years of experience, I have had the privilege of working with diverse clients, each with their own unique experiences and struggles. My approach is evidence-based therapeutic techniques, client-centered and collaborative, drawing from Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness-Based approaches, and Trauma Informed Care. This means that we will work together to tailor our sessions to meet your specific needs and goals. Whether you’re facing relationship difficulties, anxiety, depression, childhood trauma, or simply seeking personal growth, I am here to provide you with a safe and non-judgmental space to explore your thoughts and emotions.

Doe Vassar

Doe Vassar LPCA- Therapist

Hello, I am Doe Vassar. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor Assistant (LPCA). I work with all individual but my passion is teenage parents. It is my belief individual can be healed with the power of God, understanding of emotions, and communication. My goal is to help you help yourself and understand change is possible. I earned my masters in Counseling and Human Services in 2019 from Lindsey Wilson College.  (This is what I sent to BOL and what is on their website).

You can edit however you wish. Additional information about me I am comfortable talking to teens. Communication if the key. Communication is beyond words. How we communicate is how we receive what we need so I believe you have to learn how to effectively communicate amongst the people/ person you are trying to communicate with. I enjoy watching Ted Talks and documentaries. I am big on dehumanization. I don’t have a problem with any gender or community. My living quote is peace love and blessings. I’m big on promoting self love. I really don’t specialized in one therapeutic technique. I just more so lead by talk therapy and figure out what technique suits the situation. I understand things change and some things may become more of a priority then others. Like it’s hard to focus on your mental health when certain Maslow’s are not met. I really don’t know what to say

Madalin Roach

Madalin Roach LPCA- Therapist

“As you prepare for all possible outcomes in life, may you also remember to prepare for positive outcomes, too. May you prepare yourself for good memories, good lessons, and all of the little places where sunlight will come shining through. As you start your therapeutic journey, may you allow yourself to search for all possible outcomes with an open heart. On your journey, it is my hope to assist in various ways to help you feel supported, encouraged and hopeful for the possibilities ahead. I support individuals of all ages, demographics, and backgrounds with open arms. As a new clinician, my approach uses various counseling modalities such as Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Mindfulness-Based approaches. These approaches allow us to work as a team to face difficult issues such as anxiety, depression, relationship struggles, grief, stress, or day-to-day struggles. Everyone has a unique story to tell and I seek to provide a safe and non-judgmental space for these stories to be told.”