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  • Therapy Team

    Meghan Logan, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, 98536

    My name is Meghan, I’ve been a licensed marriage and family therapist since 2017 and have been practicing therapy in our community since 2013. I believe people thrive and work towards their therapeutic goals when met with a non-judgmental and truly validating environment in which one feels heard and seen. I value healthy boundaries, assertive communication and helping others learn these skills also.

    I earned my Bachelors degree in Psychology and Social Behavior from UC Irvine and my Masters degree in Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from Brandman University. I practice with an eclectic approach including: cognitive behavioral therapy, solution focused therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, and client centered therapy. I have facilitated therapy individually and in group settings for those who experience anxiety, adjustment disorders, mood disorders, psychosis, and borderline personality disorder. I have 9 years of experience serving our community in an outpatient setting with Riverside University Health System Behavioral Health. I’m grateful for the opportunity to assist you in learning and implementing skills to improve your emotional well-being.

    Lorraine Little, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, 101071

    Lorraine offers more than a decade of clinical and medical social work. She has worked extensively to assist those suffering from the debilitating consequences of substance abuse, and specializes in issues facing women and the LGBT community. In addition, Lorraine has worked with the terminally ill population and their families to bring comfort and support as they moved through the sensitive process of grief and loss. Lorraine is passionate about whole-person wellness and incorporates her training in Health Education, Fitness, and Adventure Therapy into her clinical practice. She brings a Strength-based, Solution-focused approach and utilizes a variety of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, including Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Narrative Therapy approaches to her work.

    Lorraine holds a Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in Health Science from California State University, Long Beach and earned a Master of Social Work (MSW) degree at the University of New England. She is Licensed as Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and Advanced Alcohol & Drug Counselor (LAADAC) in the state of California. She is currently pursuing a PhD in Organizational Leadership at the University of the Cumberlands, Kentucky.

    Yessenia Mayorga, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, 106503

    My name is Yessenia and I am a bilingual licensed clinical social worker. I have experience providing psychotherapy in non-profit organizations, the school setting, and private practice. I have worked with children, adolescents, and adults who have been in the foster system, exposed to trauma, domestic violence, experiencing anxiety, depression, grief, adjusting to life changes or stressors. I provide trauma-informed care while utilizing CBT, psychoeducation, strength based and whole person approach to address presenting challenges while developing new coping strategies.

    Noe Gutierrez, Associate Clinical Social Worker, 100222

    Hello, my name is Noe Gutierrez and I have actively worked in the Coachella Valley for over 30 years in the helping professions with experience working for Eisenhower Medical Center as a Medical Social Worker and Riverside University Health System Behavioral Health as a Behavioral Health Specialist III/Prevention Specialist. I have extensive knowledge providing intensive Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to multiple populations including veterans, children, adolescents, college-age individuals, adults, and mature adults across numerous modalities including the hospital, inpatient psychiatric, adult detention center, and outpatient settings. In many instances I was responsible for meeting the more complex psychiatric, social, medical, and financial needs of individuals and their families. I strongly believe that permanent positive change comes from modifying our core beliefs for the better. Our core beliefs function as a lens through which we see every life experience and they can determine automatic thoughts about the most fundamental ideas about ourselves, others, and the world.

    CBT has been demonstrated to be effective in a range of problems including depression, anxiety disorders, alcohol and substance use problems, marital problems, eating disorders, and severe mental illness. Its purpose is to help change thinking patterns in individuals, consequently changing their behavioral patterns. There is some consideration of a person’s past experiences and history, but the focus is primarily to address forging ahead in time to develop more effective ways of coping with life’s stressors.

    I am also an Ordained Minister who is capable of integrating traditional talk therapy methodologies with faith-based belief practices by incorporating theological concepts. I use this approach to focus on the navigation of spiritual concerns and everyday life struggles encountered by individuals, couples and families.

    I received my Master of Social Work degree from California State University San Bernardino, I am also a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor II through the California Consortium of Addictions Programs and Professionals.

    I look forward to continuing providing high quality behavioral health services to individuals of all ages and their families in the Coachella Valley, High Desert and, through our telehealth option, all residents of California.

    Kayla Fernandez, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, 101524

    Kayla Fernandez has extensive experience working with a variety of individuals with social service and emotional needs including survivors of sexual assault, justice-involved individuals, and individuals experiencing first onset of mental illness symptoms. Utilizing CBT, DBT, psychoeducation, and solution-focused frameworks, she believes in acknowledging and addressing childhood and intergenerational traumas, cultural issues, and counterproductive behaviors in order to improve overall functioning and relational dynamics.


    Dr. Raina Moosa – Licensed Clinical Psychologist, 27799

    Hi, I’m Dr. Raina Moosa, a licensed psychologist here in the Coachella Valley. I use a genuine, supportive and client-centered approach when it comes to seeing children and adults in therapy. I believe that everyone deserves to live a life worth living and that it can be achieved by working through challenges, being mindful and present, and having the willingness to do the necessary work.

    I earned my Doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University-Los Angeles in 2008 and my Master’s degree in Educational Counseling at Loyola Marymount University in 2003.

    I have worked with people of all ages in individual, couples, family, and group therapy. Issues I have assisted clients with include learning ways of appropriately expressing anger and aggression, dealing with thoughts of suicide, reducing and eliminating self-harm behaviors, co-occurring mental health and substance use issues, coping with bullying, building self-esteem, stage of life struggles, dealing with family issues like divorce or loss, and how to develop better social skills and awareness.

    I look forward to creating a safe, supportive, and healthy space for my clients here in the Coachella Valley.

    Judith Monetathchi – Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, 86226

    As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, I have the incredible opportunity to offer counsel and support to individuals of all ages during stressful and difficult times or events in their lives.  I continue to work with children, adolescents, adults, and elderly through various therapeutic approaches, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT),  and Solution Focused Therapy.  I share effective coping strategies that clients can learn and put into practice in order to better deal with life stressers and other symptoms of mental health with which they may be struggling.

    Education and Clinical Experience

    I graduated from Chapman University with a Master’s Degree in Psychology.  I have provided many in-school sessions of counseling for children and teenagers dealing with ADHD, autism, and anger management.  I have also helped many youth with grief and loss counseling, social skill and developmental delays, as well as anxiety and depression.  I have assisted parents with creating positive parenting plans, helping them to establish appropriate boundaries and improve their relationships with their children.  I have also worked with couples and families, helping them to improve their relationships with each other through teaching effective communication skills.  I have experience facilitating groups such as: drug and alcohol treatment, women’s empowerment, adolescent intensive outpatient program (IOP) group on drugs and alcohol, adult depression, and a Women’s Healthy Relationship group.

    I currently work as a Geriatric Care Manager assisting the elderly with the many challenges they face with aging.

    Dr. Jill Saulque – Licensed Clinical Psychologist, 13289

    Dr. Jill Saulque is a licensed psychologist with over 30 years of experience in the field of psychology. Following a career in educational psychology, Dr. Saulque began working in the clinical arena and has experience in substance abuse, forensic psychology, rehabilitation psychology, psychological assessment, inpatient and outpatient mental health services and chronic pain. In addition to working throughout Southern California, Dr. Saulque has worked in Hawaii and New Zealand which has broadened her perspective on multicultural issues. Beyond her clinical experience, Dr. Saulque has also taught for several universities at the undergraduate and graduate level. She is certified by the American Psychological Association in the assessment and treatment of substance abuse and is also a member the National Register of Health Service Psychologists.

    Amisha Samuels – Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, 93737

    My name is Amisha and I am a licensed marriage and family therapist. I am passionate about providing psychotherapy for those seeking to create a healthier, happier and more meaningful life. I received my Masters in Clinical psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from Pepperdine University in 2012. I have experience providing services to children, teens, adults, couples and families struggling with a variety of issues. My specialties include treatment for depression, anxiety, self-esteem, adjustment issues, and families with children who are diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders or other developmental disabilities.

    For individuals and couples; therapy offers a unique experience for self-development and increased understanding of reoccurring patterns in your life. Through awareness of how the past has affected your present; it makes it more possible to have a happy future. I utilize a solution focused and strength based approach to help the unit reach goals that have been created collaboratively. I incorporate cognitive behavioral techniques as it can be an effective tool to help anyone learn how to manage stressful life situations.

    I listen actively and will offer feedback, suggestions and tools to help you cope and improve the quality of your life. Working together, we will find the best solutions by building on your strengths. I offer a safe environment to allow you to express yourself though neutrality and non-judgment.