Bianca Reaves is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She received a Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling and a Master’s Degree in Psychology from Walden University. She has experience working in private-practice, in-patient psychiatric facilities, substance residential facilities and community based mental health settings. She has a passion for working with people through life transitions of depression, grief, anxiety, trauma, and interpersonal conflict. She approached therapy from a trauma-informed, client-centered perspective: focusing on coping skills, self-esteem, empathy, and connection of feelings to actions. The goal is to assist the client with creating and meeting their goals through changing current difficulties towards increased personal growth. She has experience working with children, adults and the geriatric population utilizing interventions such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Based Therapy, Motivation Interviewing and Person-Centered modalities to meet clients at their starting point.
Trained Specialization: Complex Trauma and Crisis
Client Population/Specialties: Adjustment Disorder Anxiety Disorders Autism spectrum Disorder Intellectual Disabilities Burnout Children or Adolescents Codependency Coping Skills Depression Peer Relationships Self Esteem Stress Grief/Loss Loss of Sense of Self
Justin was born October 4, 1989, in Edwards Air Force Base, California. Justin comes from a long history of family members serving in the Armed Forces, which he also soon followed in their footsteps. Justin grew up in a nuclear family with his twin brother, little sister, and mother and father. Justin was taught strong moral values at a young age by both of his parents. As Justin progressed in his career field, he developed a strong desire to help those suffering from mental and behavioral health related illnesses. For the past 10 years Justin has been in working in health care related fields that has put him on the front lines serving both military personnel and civilians. Justin has helped hundreds of individuals and families gain relief in social, psychological, and physical realms. He is well diversified in both his expertise and job training. Justin started his career in military nursing in the United States Air Force, while obtaining his undergraduate degree. To fuel his desire to make a deeper impact in his community and societal infrastructure, he obtained a Master’s Degree in Social Work. Since then, he has been breaking ground in the both macro, micro, and clinical social work practice. Justin has already gained extensive knowledge and resources through his job experience of being a social service director, medical social worker, hospice/home health social worker, and clinical social worker. Justin has embraced working with multiple demographics and populations, which has only made him a more structured and diversified practitioner. He has found personal gratitude and satisfaction in working with people and their families to help them find true therapeutic and definitive results. Justin’s experience and expertise has provided a wholistic approach that considers all aspects of the needs of the patients he serves.
Fidel Curtis is a native born New Mexican and was raised in Winslow, AZ. He is an enrolled member of the Diné Nation and his tribal clans are Ashihii (Salt Clan) born for Tachii’nii (Red Running into the Water). Fidel graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a minor in American Indian Studies and Theatre Arts from the University of Arizona. Fidel has a diverse background beginning his career as a counseling technician working with at-risk youth on the Navajo Nation; then as an active treatment coordinator for the developmentally disabled; as a case manager and clinical coordinator for adults with serious mental illness; family coach; mobile crisis worker; and most recently as a navigator housing homeless veterans and their families to name just a few roles. He is a seasoned mental health technician who has 18 years of working experience in a variety of mental and physical health treatment settings and has aided underserved populations throughout the southwest. He is also involved in the performing arts and has been featured in several television and film productions over the years and takes great interest in uplifting the Native American image in mainstream media as an actor and screenwriter.
Behavioral Health Technician