Therapy happens, together.

We’re with you, side-by-side.

Therapy happens, together.

We’re with you, side-by-side.

We are Connections Health.

We value connection. We believe connecting with others — being seen, heard, and valued — is essential to our sense of wellbeing and meaning in life. We connect in multiple ways — with our clients, each other, other professionals and our community in the work we do together.

We’re a team of highly skilled, caring clinicians supporting individuals, couples and families in learning and growing together.

  • Claudia Rosen
  • Claudia Rosen

    Claudia offers a personalized and supportive experience of counseling for individuals, couples, families, and groups. She tailors her approach to each client’s unique challenges and goals through weekly or more intensive schedules and longer term growth-oriented therapy.

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  • Beth Enterkin
  • Beth Enterkin

    Beth provides art therapy and talk therapy in working with diverse people of all ages. Her focus is trauma therapy, supporting people who have experienced abusive relationships, sexual violence, or other traumatic events. She is skilled in helping people with anxiety, depression, grief, and relationship difficulties, and with exploring gender and sexuality.

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  • Connie Greene
  • Connie Greene

    Connie works with diverse students, young adults, and professionals in providing counseling and therapeutic support. Her overall areas of focus include anxiety, depression, relationship concerns, academic and work challenges, identity development, and life transitions. She has a special interest in collaborating with clients in exploring multi-cultural life experiences and influences, and in understanding the emotional and behavioral impacts of past experiences in the present. She supports clients in navigating and addressing challenges, better managing stress, enhancing life skills, and improving relationships.

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  • Ellie Pierson
  • Ellie Pierson

    Ellie is experienced working with adolescents, college and graduate students, and young adults. Her areas of focus include social and general anxiety, depression and mood disorders, OCD, substance use, eating disorders and body image concerns, and issues related to interpersonal, emotional, physical, and sexual trauma.

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  • Hannah Gupton
  • Hannah Gupton

    Hannah provides individual, family, couple and group therapy for people with depression, anxiety and mood disorders, eating disorders and concerns, self-injury, and perinatal issues. She is experienced working with adolescents and young adults and with diverse clients across a wide age range.

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  • Jessica Acosta
  • Jessica Acosta

    Jessica is experienced working with children, adolescents, college students, and young adults providing individual, family and group therapy. Her areas of focus are anxiety, depression, and mood disorders, eating disorders and body image concerns, and substance use. She has expertise with developmental and interpersonal trauma, grief and loss, and PTSD.

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  • Joyce Zhao
  • Joyce Zhao

    Joyce works with individuals and groups across diverse age groups and socio-cultural backgrounds from a growth-oriented and strength-based perspective. Her areas of focus include anxiety, depression, grief and loss, trauma, life transitions, relationship issues, intergenerational challenges, and chronic illness coping. Joyce has a special interest in supporting clients to navigate the impacts of multi-cultural influences and transitions in their identity formation, as she brings in her own experience of living and working in the U.S., China and Japan as a former international student.

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  • Lisa Howard
  • Lisa Howard

    Lisa enjoys working with adolescents, college and graduate students, as well as adults in diverse life stages with anxiety, mood disorders, eating disorders and body image concerns. She supports her clients in addressing life-challenges including identity development, transitions, uncertainties and self-doubts, and issues in work or school such as perfectionism, organization, and decision making. She has an interest in working with clients around issues of gender and sexuality, including parents of LGBTQ+ individuals.

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  • Lu Ye
  • Lu Ye

    Lu is experienced working with diverse adolescents, college and graduate students, and other young adults with anxiety, acute stress, OCD, depression, trauma, grief and loss, substance use, eating disorders, and body image concerns. Additional areas of focus include interpersonal interactions, social anxiety and relationships, family and intergenerational conflicts, gender and sexuality, and personality and identity development. She has special training and interest in multicultural and LGBTQ+ identities and themes, and helping clients develop their coping, adjustment, and growth capacities.

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  • Mary Ann Cleary
  • Mary Ann Cleary

    Mary Ann is experienced in working with adolescents, college and graduate students, and adults at various life stages. Her areas of focus include anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, acute stress and PTSD related issues, personality and emotion regulation challenges, eating disorders and body image concerns, and substance use disorders. She works frequently with clients experiencing challenges related to gender and sexuality, interpersonal and sexual trauma, grief and loss, family and relationship issues, multicultural themes and adjustments, and other diverse background and identity concerns.

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  • Naomi Wachs
  • Naomi Wachs

    Naomi works with individuals, couples, families, and groups from adolescence through adulthood. She supports clients with depression, anxiety, trauma recovery, relationship issues, and life transitions. With young adults, she explores challenges related to college, academics, gender identity, sexuality, relationships, family conflict and career.

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  • Nora Franzin
  • Nora Franzin

    Nora values supporting the adolescents, college and graduate students, and adults she works with across the life stages of development. She is experienced in addressing anxiety, depression, mood disorders, emotion regulation challenges, post traumatic stress, grief and loss, ADHD, and substance use disorders. Nora frequently works with clients experiencing challenges related to gender, sexuality and relationships, interpersonal and sexual trauma, body image and eating concerns, ASD, social and emotional stressors, multicultural themes and adjustments, and other diverse self-esteem and identity concerns.

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  • Rebecca Zuckerman
  • Rebecca Zuckerman

    Rebecca provides individual and group therapy with expertise working with children, adolescents, young adults, and families in diverse environments. She supports clients with anxiety, depression, acute stress, emotion regulation challenges, trauma recovery, and life changes. Additional areas of focus include body image issues, interpersonal relationships, identity development, gender and sexuality, and school and work concerns.

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  • Steve Rosen
  • Steve Rosen

    Steve works with individuals, couples, families, and groups with a positive, goal-oriented, solution-focused approach. He collaborates actively with clients to bolster their motivations and confidence, broaden their perspectives and sense of self, enhance relationships and support networks, and to function better in day-to-day life.

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  • Andrea Mills Practice Manager
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