Sean Cuypers is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist. He graduated with a BA in Psychology and a MS in Marriage, Family, and Child Counseling. Sean works with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families. Sean has experience working with those who are dealing with depression, anxiety, grief, addiction, and trauma. Certified in the Matrix Model, Sean has been working in collaboration with the Rancho Cucamonga Drug Court program and the U.S. Department of Federal Probation to help those with addiction problems and anti-social behaviors. Often utilizing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Sean also incorporates various other theories and techniques to help the client feel comfortable and in control in working to better him or herself. Sean does take various insurances, and practices short- to long-term therapy.
Jan Winters is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist. He received his master’s degree from Azusa Pacific University in 1985 after completing a master’s degree in Religion in 1984. Jan works with adults 18 and older, and has experience treating depression, anxiety disorders, bipolar disordres, and relational issues with couples. As a licensed minister, Jan also addresses psychospiritual issues with Christians as well as other religious orientations. Having served as a combat infantryman in Vietnam (1968 and 1969) Jan is uniquely qualified to treat those suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. Jan has been a clinician for over 24 years. He accepts most insurances and practices both long- and short-term therapy.
Mayra Duarte, a bilingual therapist (Spanish/English) is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who sees a diverse range of clients from varied ethnic, cultural, religious, and non-religious backgrounds. She helps clients identify relationship patterns and help change those patterns into healthy ones. She also helps clients dealing with anxiety, depression, personal, family, grief/loss or occupational stressors. If they are dealing with childhood issues, such as sexual abuse or physical abuse, helping them heal in a warm and supportive environment is her goal.
Soy una terapeuta bilingüe (español/Inglés) y veo una variedad diversa de clientes de fondos étnicos, culturales,religiosos y no religiosos variados. Ayudo a clientes a identificar modelos de relación y ayudar a cambiar aquellosmodelos en sanos. También ayudo a clientes que tratan con ansiedad, depresión, personal, familia, pena/pérdida o stressors ocupacional. Si usted trata con cuestiones de infancia, como abuso sexual o abuso físico, ayudándole a curarse en un ambiente caliente y soportante es mi objetivo. Si usted quier mejorar su vida en general, yo puedo ayudarle con aquel viaje y apoyarle en la busca de la calidad mejorada de la vida.
Ruben Robles is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with a BA in Psychobiology and MS in Psychology — Clinical/Counseling. Since 1993, he has worked with adolescents and young adults who struggled with depression, anxiety, trauma, and relationship challenges (personal and family). Grounded in family systems, coupled with cognitive behavioral approaches, his therapeutic approach is supportive, interactive, and tailored to help clients build on their strengths. Mr. Robles accepts a variety of insurances and practices both long- and short-term therapy.
Phyllis Noreika is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who works with adults, including older adults. She has experience helping clients dealing with depression, anxiety (including panic attacks), grief/loss, relationship issues, work stress, and transition through phases of life. If they are dealing with current trauma or childhood issues of abuse, she provides a safe and supportive environment in helping them heal. Having retired from Kaiser Permanente, Phyllis is working part-time as she continues to pursue her passion of helping people heal and be the best they can be.
Christine Clary-Loya is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and has been in practice for over 20 years. She has a BS in Psychology and a MS in Marriage and Family Counseling. She works with children and adults in individual, couple, and family therapy settings. Christine believes that perception is an important factor in what influences our thoughts and behaviors. It is important to recognize how we perceive our challenges that impact our stress levels. She works with people in helping them identify their own personal strengths and guide them through challenges to meet goals. Therapy Specialties: Depression, Anxiety, Stress, Parenting Issues, Relationship Issues, Family Conflicts, Grief/Loss