Anocha Jivanuwong, Trauma-Informed Coach

I am a part-time trauma-informed coach helping individuals unstuck themselves from the old habits and reactions that hold them back from reaching their peak performance. I am a lifelong learner. I am now a student in the Compassionate Inquiry program and have completed Brainspotting Phase 1.

I am also on the path of pursuing a Master of Psychology in Counseling. I want to help more people and in a deeper way.

Read More →

M. Carmen Luk, LCSW

Serving clients who are experiencing distress related to events that have affected their wellbeing, and are struggling to find a path to feeling better.

I am a passionate Spanish speaking Latina who loves helping people. From the age of ten I knew I wanted to help children in need. Through time, I found myself in different helping roles. I have worked in different environments including hospitals and child protective services, but now I have created a space that provides the best opportunity for my clients to feel empowered to process their experiences to heal.  Some of my specialties include Trauma, Grief and Loss, Anxiety, and Depression.

We all have layers of deep experiences that have brought pain. As you may have noticed, your body reacts when you least expect it. Your heart accelerates and sometimes feels heavy. Your body remembers and knows how to recover and finds ways to heal. We will work together and break the barriers that you have been struggling with.

My clients describe me as compassionate, caring, easy to talk to and having a quiet strength. I believe that you have the power to heal. I will provide a space, and walk with you in your journey.

Read More →

Sarah Morris, MSWi

Sarah practices at Hearten House, a hub for healing,  located in Salt Lake City, Utah. She works with individuals (16+) and has particular interest in supporting those navigating partner loss, life transitions, anxiety, depression, and trauma. Sarah is LGBTQIA+ allied, gender-affirming, and works from a trauma-informed lens. She utilizes brainspotting and other experiential methods in her work with clients.

Read More →

Karen Martin Fiedler, LMFT

Karen Martin Fiedler is an experienced Christian Marriage & Family Therapist based in Pasadena, California. She is certified in Brain Spotting, EMDR and EFCT (Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy). Karen utilizes telemedicine, which has given her access to work all over California.

Karen utilizes attachment style therapy with her clients and believes deeply that personal faith and spirituality enhance the healing process. She works with adults and couples and specializes in working with those who have experienced incest, sexual abuse, traumatic events, anxiety, depression or those struggling with stuck areas in their lives. She seeks out clients who are courageous and ready for real change and enjoys helping clients to move from confusion and pain to healing.

Read More →

Vanessa Engelbert, LCSW, RYT

Hello my name is Vanessa! As a client-centered, strength-based therapist, I will meet you where you are, listen with empathy, and provide you with support and unconditional positive regard. I am skilled in working with anxiety, depression, trauma and women’s issues. I also work with those in recovery from substance abuse/addiction and eating disorders (on an outpatient basis), codependency and co-occurring chronic medical issues. I have specialized knowledge of Diabulimia (Type 1 Diabetes + Bulimia) and am a certified Intuitive Eating Counselor. I can help you to improve your relationships and learn to establish healthy boundaries, Increase self-esteem and self-acceptance and learn to cope with stress. To do this I will help you identify unhelpful thoughts and patterns, set goals in a collaborative process then act as a mirror for your inner experience as you find your true values and sense of self. I even have specialized training in Brain spotting, and trauma-informed yoga, to offer!





First, we will get to know each other so I can understand what is bringing you to therapy and understand your own unique needs and desires. I will then collaborate with you and assist you to define your therapy goals and provide you with a treatment plan based on evidence so that you can achieve those goals. I will not tell you how to achieve your goals, rather, I will be a supportive guide along the way. I will assist you to identify emotions, thought patterns, and behaviors within yourself and your relationships that may or may not be serving you. This process will not always be comfortable, however, I will be here to support you. If you persevere you will likely see changes in your life and you will have the opportunity to change these patterns in a positive way. 



I am a client-centered, strength-based therapist. This means that I meet you where you are on your journey. I will essentially hold a mirror for you to be able to see your true self (i.e. thoughts, feelings, emotions and to process them). I don’t have a one size fits all approach. I work with several different modalities and will utilize the evidenced-based method that you prefer and that I feel will help you to best reach your goals. I utilize cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) and my specialty work includes the following: Trauma-based somatic (body-based) work, which includes trauma-informed yoga and breath work, Intuitive Eating, and Brain Spotting. 


I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW 107845). I earned my Bachelor Degree in Social Welfare from the University of Kansas and my Master’s Degree in Social Welfare with a clinical emphasis from the University of Kansas. I have extensively worked with adults and seniors with trauma and severe and persistent mental illness. I have worked with addiction of all kinds and have worked as a medical social worker for 5 years. Because of this, I am familiar with chronic illness and how it is linked to psychiatric health. During the 10 years I served as a caseworker and now a mental health therapist, I have worked with underserved and underprivileged populations in a culturally sensitive way. I am trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Intuitive Eating/Health At Every Size, and the Trauma Resiliency Model. I am a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT 200) and have a certification in Yoga and the 12 Steps of Recovery(Y12SR). I am also a certified meditation and breathwork teacher.  I have an extensive knowledge of the 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous and am also open to a moderation framework. I have increasing knowledge of the expanding world of psychedelic medicine. I respect and realize that recovery looks different for Every Body.

Read More →

Maureen Donohue Therapy & Wellness

I’m a certified Brainspotting practitioner and have worked with trauma for 30 years. I have training/certification in EMDR Eye Movement Desentization and Reprocessing), IFS (Internal Family Systems / Parts),  IPNB (Interpersoanl Neurobioligy), MBSR (Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction), Reiki, etc.  I have done my own profound healing of developmental trauma through Brainspotting and hold deep attunement for clients to experience profound healing. I use Brainspotting in my practice including the Brainspotting Parts approach, and the Digging Roots developmental trauma model of Brainspotting.

Read More →

I’m a licensed psychotherapist certified in Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapy and trained in Brainspotting therapy. Not to mention a fantasy novel nerd, human and dog mother, and feta cheese aficionado.

I know in my bones what it is like to come from a challenging and painful background. As a relational trauma therapist, I have the honor of helping people heal their childhood wounds so that they create lives full of possibility and choice.

In our work together, I bring my full Self, meaning I’m right there with you every step of the way. I’m not a “blank slate” and will offer reflections and personal examples that may shed some light on your experiences, moments of “stuckness,” and isolation.

I can hold intensity. There’s no such thing as “being too much or too needy.” I will laugh with you. I will curse with you. And welcome all parts of you wholeheartedly.

Read More →

Ruchi Malhotra, MS LPC

I would be deeply honored to be a part of your healing and wellness.  My goal is to partner with you to increase a sense of personal freedom, embodiment and hope.  I strive to create a welcoming, non-judgmental environment where you feel affirmed and can experience meaningful growth.

I am passionate about working from a strengths-based, anti-oppressive, trauma informed approach, tailored to address your unique needs.  I draw upon various modalities of therapy including, but not limited to BrainSpotting, mindfulness, narrative and somatic techniques.

Areas of specialization include complex, intergenerational and identity-based trauma, life transitions, internalized oppression, anxiety, grief/loss and self- empowerment.

I received my master’s in applied psychology and have been practicing for over 15 years.  I hold a license as a professional counselor in the State of Colorado.  In addition to being a therapist in private practice, I have worked at various settings (University of Colorado Boulder, Grant program for homeless LGBTQ+ youth, and Victims Assistance)

Currently I offer in person and virtual sessions for adults and teens.

I believe in finding a therapist who is the right fit; therefore, I offer a free 20-minute consultation.  I am excited to connect with you.

Read More →

Tiffany Leuthold MS, LMFT

Tysson Creek Therapy and Consultation

Brainspotting consultant

I work with adults. I am licensed in Michigan and Minnesota

I specialize in working with couples using Imago and Brainspotting.

Read More →

Make a Donation

The Rocky Mountain Brainspotting Institute (RMBI) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that was created to promote and advance the use of Brainspotting, a brain-body treatment approach.

Get on the List

Join our email list to receive our newsletter.