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Eileen Appleton, LCSW, Penfield office
“I feel incredibly blessed and humbled to be able to come alongside people and be a part of their journey toward healing and wholeness. I try to meet each individual where they are at, with respect, empathy and hope for growth and recovery.”
Lauren Ayres, LMSW Penfield office
"I enjoy working with people to help them find solutions and acceptance in their lives while working through grief/depression, anxiety, relational issues, and struggles with faith. My hope is that as we work together, you will find solutions to problems, real or perceived, and answers to questions for which you have been seeking."
Debbra Babb, LCSW-R Chili office
“I chose a career in counseling, because I have a heart for hurting individuals and have always been told that I’m a good listener. I love working with women, because, as a woman I know and understand some of the struggles women face."
Patrick Cayouette, LMSW Penfield office
“I strive to meet others where they are without judgement and with the willingness to challenge and empower themselves to overcome the struggles of life. I particularly enjoy my work with men, because our culture has a tendency to look down on men, and we have our own unique set of challenges to overcome to be the spouses, sons and fathers that God intended us to be."
Kathy Goodrich, LCSW-R Penfield office
"I see myself as walking beside my clients during their journey to recovery and healing. I enjoy reflecting back the God-given intrinsic value to those who have grown up with images tarnished by abuse and neglect."
Jacquie Morrison, LCSW, Penfield Office
I appreciate most the process of the developing therapeutic relationship, striving toward wellness and providing support for the journey. We are each richly blessed with skills and resources to navigate life’s challenges, and God has intended for us to not go it alone. I value, and do not take lightly, being utilized as one of those resources in another person’s journey toward health and healing.
Nitza Rodriguez, LMFT, Penfield Office
"What I like most about practicing therapy is joining with someone, no matter how briefly, on their journey of recovery, growth, or discovery. It is a true blessing when someone allows me to became a part of something so meaningful. I really enjoy watching an individual discover an insight or meaning that is both powerful and transformational for them."
It is such a blessing and privilege to join clients as they grow in their faith and discover answers and healing through the power of the Spirit. Working with women, relationships, and young people has been a passion in my life and has brought me such joy and growth in my own journey.