Marla Maynard, M.S., LMFT, BCPCC
Marla is the managing partner for Inland Integrated Wellness Center in Corona California. She combines her extensive training in Family Systems therapy with her life experience as wife, mother, grandmother, and business consultant to bring a common sense approach to her practice. Her heart is to bring freedom and wholeness to individuals and family units. She is also an Adjunct Professor at California Baptist University in the Online Professional Studies department.
Marla has been married to Mike for almost 20 years. They were both widowed and blended their family of two sons and a daughter. They have navigated the challenges of a "blender" family and successfully reached the Promised Land. All three children are happily married, have satisfying careers, and have produced amazing grandchildren. Together they teach numerous marriage, parenting, and personal growth courses.
Contact Marla at 888.634.6999 ext. 1 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Mollie Bohrer is a Marriage & Family Therapist Intern with an M.S. in Counseling Psychology with training concentrated on couple’s therapy. She has experience working with youth in foster care and group homes as well as couples and individuals. Mollie enjoys working with many different people, especially those who may be struggling with relationships, sexual issues, and identity. She also has a compassion for those experiencing pet grief or loss. Her desire is to help couples and individuals better understand and appreciate themselves by finding the pieces to their life puzzle and helping fit them together.
Contact Mollie at 888.634.6999 ext. 8 or email@example.com
Gary Miner is a Marriage & Family Therapist Intern with an M.S. in Counseling Psychology. He has over 13 years experience in the field of addiction treatment, working with addicts and their families. He especially enjoys working with couples that are impacted by addictions. He spent over a decade developing and running programs assisting mentally ill drug abusers and addicted mothers with children. Gary has been a guest lecturer for the past 5 years at California Baptist University, focusing on the treatment of co-occurring disorders. Since he started working on his intern hours, Gary discovered a fervent interest in working with adolescents who are struggling with life transitions, family breakups, or any of a wide array of mood disorders. He is a firm believer that any dysfunction that affects an individual will inevitably affect the entire family. If at all possible, Gary likes to include as many family members that are willing to participate, and work on implementing new healthy behaviors and communication skills to strengthen family dynamics.
Contact Gary at 888.634.6999 ext. 11 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Cianna Edge is a Marriage and Family Therapist Intern with an M.S. in Counseling Psychology. She has experience and training with couples, minors, and trauma patients. Cianna enjoys working with many different people, especially minors, and those struggling with depression and/or self-harm. She also has a passion for working with families to overcome conflict and build healthy communication skills. Cianna’s desire as a clinician is to partner with her clients and walk along side them through any difficult journey they may be facing.
Cianna has also been a guest lecturer and Teaching Assistant at California Baptist University for the past year, focusing on treatment and intervention techniques with minors, as well as courses designed to refine techniques as a marriage and family therapist. She has also worked in courses that teach basic entry-level knowledge to new students in the Counseling Psychology program.
Contact Cianna at 888.634.6999 ext. 15 or email@example.com
Ramona Taylor is a Marriage & Family Therapist Intern with over 15 years of professional experience working in different settings including: group homes, elementary schools, domestic violence shelters, churches, 12 step groups, homeless shelters, assisted living homes, and outpatient programs. She works with individuals, couples, families and young adults who are suffering with depression, sexual problems, relational problems, anxiety, ADHD, PTSD, school problems, and addiction.
Ramona uses a variety of treatment modalities including EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) Solution Focus Brief Therapy, and Gestalt/Experiential Therapy to match treatment to client's strengths and needs. She enjoys helping clients to process the past, live fully in the present, and discover hope for the future. In addition to helping clients find relief from distress, Ramona helps clients discover how they can have more fulfilling relationships with themselves and others.
Contact Ramona at 888.634.6999 ext. 16 or firstname.lastname@example.org