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Dan Quinn, PsyD

Clinical Director


Tim Edwards, MBBS

Relationship Coach


Stacy Smith, MFT

Marriage and Family Therapist


Rob Gross, MFT

Marriage and Family Therapist


Yael Stiles, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker


Kirsten Maier, PhD

Licensed Psychological Assistant


Danielle Lancon, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker


Chris Wiley, MSW, ASW

Licensed Associate Social Worker

"Rob's open and gentle manner made me feel immediately comfortable. He is skilled at managing challenging relationship issues, and brings his wealth of compassion and sensitivity to difficult situations..."
“Dan is one of the most thoughtful, compassionate, analytic and creative thinkers I’ve come to know.”   
“After two of the worst years of my life, I just wanted to give up. Kirsten’s respectful attitude and gentle probing helped me to revalue myself, and I now have a more positive outlook. I am a changed person and now I can get on with enjoying my life...”
“One of the most profound messages Tim imparted to me was that this work can be fun. I don't have to be in pain to do this inner work…”
“Warmth and insight seem to be second nature to Yael…”
"When I first met Rob, I immediately felt a sense of warmth and empathy that made me comfortable to express my true feelings on the anxiety and depression I have suffered from for years..."
"Working with Dan is like taking a weekly trip to a special gym, with a great trainer, where I work out and practice staying emotionally present…"
“Kirsten, it was great working with you. Thank you for listening so well to me. I really appreciated your insights. They made me say ‘Hey, I haven’t thought about that before. I haven’t looked at it that way before...”
"I went to traditional counselors for my anxiety management, and none of them had ever been able to help me understand my anxiety, but Tim did…"
"Yael’s focus on understanding her client’s view of the world and dedication to guiding them to achieve their goals serves them well…"

*Reviews collected in an anonymous client survey.

Is Therapy Right For Me?

Signs It Might Be Time to Consider Therapy

– You experience extreme emotions, like sadness or anger

– You have experienced a recent trauma, such as death of a loved one or divorce

– You are struggling with substance abuse

– You don’t enjoy activities you used to enjoy anymore

– You are experiencing strained personal relationships

– Your friends and family are concerned about your wellbeing

Our Approach.

The Bridge Center Difference

Individual therapy is also called therapy, psychotherapy, talk therapy, and counseling.

Individual therapy is implemented by a trained therapist or counselor to help a client work through a problem.

The techniques we implement varies widely depending upon your specific psychological problem and your individual needs.

We focus on finding ways to deal more effectively with feelings, behaviors, relationships, and life’s challenges.

You will learn skills for handling difficult situations, making healthy decisions, and reaching your goals.

You really can get there from here.

We can help.

Let’s Do What Works.

You really can get there from here.

Evening and weekend appointments available.

Credit cards accepted.