Vincent L. Redmond, Jr., MA, MFT is an experienced, trained and well known behavioral specialist with over a decade of experience working with families who have children with autism.
He is a Regional Director for an agency that works with autistic children worldwide. His experiences dealing with these intense family dynamics allow him to understand and deal with issues related to those families and children under his counsel. Vince also works with the Stepfamily Association of America and has created support groups in Orange County, California helping blended families work through their myriad of issues to achieve family harmony. Vince, a family man, understands the value of family and individualism and the delicate balance required to maintain both effectively.
Vince's experiences working with diverse populations also includes, but is not limited to; struggling college students, troubled adolescents, children with excessive behaviors, the blending of families, issues related to couples and parental training.
He received his Bachelor's degree in Clinical Psychology at San Diego State University. His Master's degree was awarded him at Chapman University in Orange, California. Vince is also a proud member of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists and the Step Family Association of America.
Vincent L. Redmond, Jr., MA, MFT #39625
Carol A. Reinberger, MA, MFT #38546
Carol A. Reinberger, MA, MFT focuses on real life issues, using an eclectic method of counseling (a method best suited for the client!). Carol has worked with a wide variety of individuals, groups, couples and children throughout her career. Her caring and compassion is immediately apparent in the way she counsels individuals, the way she relates to couples, and in the leadership of her groups. Her specialty is in communication.
Carol has worked with Harvey Jackins in Re-Evaluation counseling, has been a co-trainer and leader with Dr. Sidney B. Simon in Values Realization and has worked with Dr. Thomas Gordon in Effectiveness Training. She has given hundreds of workshops on effective communication for parents, children and youths nationwide. Carol has worked as a crisis intervention coach, a leader of support groups for incest survivors (V.O.I.C.E.S. of Southern California). She has been a speaker and facilitator at conventions, universities, and college campuses in Self-Esteem, Stress Management, Communication Skills, Values Clarification and Peer Counseling. She has also worked with drug and alcohol dependent individuals and groups as well as family communication skills under the CARINO Program at Spiritt Family Services in Whitter, California.
Carol has been an adjunct instructor at the University of La Verne and has given numerous workshops to teachers throughout Southern California in Teacher Effectiveness Training. She traveled the U.S. as a leader for Creative Youth Ministry Models and is a trainer in Clown Ministries. She was the founder and creator of many preschool programs both locally and for the Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles, California. She is a contributing author of the "Complete Youth Ministires Handbook" and "Catching the Rainbow". She also is an on-site therapist as a Parochial elementary school in Orange, California.
Carol holds a Bachelor's degree with honors from the California State University at Fullerton (CSUF) and a Master's degree from Chapman University in Orange, California. She is a lifetime member of Alpha Gamma Sigma, a member of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT), a member of the Golden Key National Honor Society, and holds numerous Academic Achievement Awards from CSUF. She is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice at Stillpoint Counseling Associates in Placentia, California.
Jennifer C. Layman, M.A., MFT is a family therapist who has worked with a wide variety of individuals, couples, families and children working through relationship issues and problems in their daily lives. Jennifer specializes in helping adolescents and their families work through these issues in a safe and supportive environment.She also helps the parents to create and maintain better communication within the family as a whole.
Jenniferís caring and genuine nature comes across easily to those she counsels, making them feel comfortable and at ease.Her friendly and down to earth approach helps clients feel free to work through their problems within the safety of the therapeutic environment.Jennifer chooses an eclectic style of counseling which incorporates techniques that are best suited to each client.
Her therapeutic experiences include working with troubled adolescents, individuals, abuse survivors, parental training, couples and other relationship problems. Jennifer has run several group therapy and specialized abuse survivor groups. She has had experience working within the criminal justice system with crisis intervention and threat assessment. Jennifer is also a Certified Premarital Counselor. Jennifer received her Bachelorís Degree in Psychology from CaliforniaStateUniversity at Fullerton and her Masterís degree from ChapmanUniversity in Orange, California.Jennifer is member of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists and an active volunteer in her community.
Jennifer C. Layman, MA, MFT#44398
Mary Goodman, MA. MFT#12646
Mary Goodman, MFT (Bio to come )
Elaine Herrera, MA, MFT, has worked with individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities for several years, developing and implementing individualized treatment goals and behavioral plans. She has been providing therapy and counseling for children, adolescents, and adults, working with a variety of issues, including social communication, relationship issues, school-related issues, and behavioral problems. Elaine also works with families of children with developmental delays.
Elaine is passionate about helping clients create meaningful lives and reach their highest potential. Elaine received her Bachelors degree in Psychology at the University of Southern California. She received her Masters degree in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from Pepperdine University. She is a member of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. Elaine currently holds a license in Marriage and Family Therapy.