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My name is Marti Delgado, and my passion is helping others find balance within their lives . As part of my educational background, I have earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Texas at San Antonio as well as a Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy from Our Lady of the Lake University. Since I began practicing therapy more than three years ago, I have furthered my knowledge and gained experience in the field. In the past few years, I have accrued over 300 hours of individual and interpersonal experience.

Zoe Adelaja

I have always has a passion for helping improve the lives of others. After completing an undergraduate degree in Family Science from the University of Maryland, School of public health, I decided to pursue a Master of Social Work with a concentration in Mental Health from the Howard University, School of Social Work.

I have over three years of experience with Depression, anxiety, PTSD, and other trauma related issues. I am very passionate about helping individuals, couples, and families better their emotional health and feel better about making more positive improvements in their overall life. I continue to improve my approach by meeting my clients where they are and helping them along their journeys to where they see themselves. I am a great listener, empathetic, and client-focused.

Through my use of evidence-based practices, motivational interviewing, empowerment techniques, and the strength-based perspective, I am here as a safe space to help you on your journey.

Kanwal Raheel, MEd, LPC Intern

Finding a therapist whom you trust and who makes you feel comfortable is crucial for a successful therapy experience. As an Asian American therapist myself, I understand the importance of connecting with someone who can relate to your experiences. I hold a Master of Education from Texas Southern University and a Bachelor of Science from the University of Houston.

My expertise in multicultural research and counseling is shaped by my intersecting identities as a female, immigrant, Asian American, and bicultural therapist of color. I am well-versed in addressing the unique challenges faced by these communities, including language barriers, cultural adjustment, multicultural identity, generation gap, cultural trauma, and interracial relationships.

Dr. Chrissie Young

Dr. Chrissie Young, Psy.D., is a Clinical Psychologist with a Doctor of Psychology in clinical psychology from Adler University, Chicago. In conjunction with Elvive Psychological Services, Dr. Young currently provides a range of mental health services in a correctional setting in North Texas with an ethnically and culturally diverse sample of incarcerated adults. Dr. Young works with various disorders (mood, substance, trauma, and personality), formulates case conceptualizations based on evidence-based theoretical orientations, and collaboratively works with patients to devise an individual treatment plan. Her therapeutic approach is integrative and phenomenological, as she believes that personality should be studied from the individual’s subjective experience. In her free time, Dr. Young enjoys watching documentaries, cooking, and weight training in the gym.