Dr. Jennifer Barth has a passion for helping individuals and families through comprehensive evaluations. She loves helping people who have struggled in school, at work, or interpersonally and have never determined “why.” Dr. Barth views the evaluation process as a puzzle with all of the pieces scattered and out of place. Her job is to make sense of the pieces and help each individual put together their unique puzzle. She has often received feedback regarding the time and care she gives to each patient and the thoroughness of her reports. She does not provide “cookie cutter” evaluations. Each new client is an opportunity to determine an individual’s unique strengths, weaknesses, and needs. Dr. Barth utilizes the evaluation data to determine the best supports and services for each client, with the ultimate goal of enhancing his or her quality of life. Clients and families leave the evaluation process with individualized and detailed recommendations that guide them toward a plan for success. Dr. Barth looks forward to working with you and your family to find the answers and solutions that will lead you to a brighter future and bring forth life-long positive change.
Catherine Fuller is committed to helping people begin to understand their thoughts, beliefs, and actions. She enjoys assisting both adults and teens bring about lasting change in their lives through targeting unhelpful thought patterns. She utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, an evidence-based treatment, for Chronic Stress, Grief/Loss, Life Transitions, Low Self-Esteem, Career Choice/Change, Depression, and Anxiety. Catherine has also been trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I); this is a type of therapy that has been proven to treat Insomnia, and bring about improvement in many other disorders that might be impacting sleep. She believes therapy is a process of working together to help the individual learn effective techniques which will make a positive impact in their lives currently and in the years to come.