Michael McClary, MA, LMFT16463
Therapy provides you with a chance to heal the pain in your life and the pain in your relationships. Even if the pain seems insurmountable, like from an affair, there still remains a real chance of making things better. We can't be sure of the length of that journey but it is a trip we will take one step at a time. I try to make this a safe place for accomplishing the healing process and it is a process we will accomplish together.
Direct Phone: (626) 695-0425
Deborah Bowser, MS, LMFT16183
Deborah received her degree from the University of La Verne and has received specialized training in the areas of conflict resolution/mediation while working with the County of San Bernardino. She is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with over 30 years of experiance, and co-founder of Bonita Counseling Center along with her partner, Mike McClary. She is also a member of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. Deborah works with clients dealing with a wide range of topics including relationship and marital problems, depression, adolescent concerns and women's divorce and transition issues.
Direct Phone: (909) 227-3538
Bob Pobosik, MA, LMFT44265
Do you ever catch yourself wondering when you signed up for the life you have? Is life heading in directions you couldn't have imagined? Are your relationships with your parents, spouse, children, boss, friends or neighbors creating conflict and stress in your life? Who do you talk to about your daily struggle without fear of being criticized, manipulated or embarrassed? Let me help you put balance back into your life, where you can
experience life as the joyful event it was meant to be, and your relationships become enriching and rewarding as they should be.
Direct Phone: (714) 614-7931
Megan Minnik, MA, LPCC157
At some point in our lives, we may face challenges, overwhelming decisions to make or we just need an impartial person to help us process our experiences. These are just a few reasons why people seek therapy and I provide a supportive, non-judgmental and encouraging approach to helping others become better versions of themselves. I encourage my clients to be active participants in therapy and be open to engaging in the process of change.My approach is eclectic but primarily humanistic meaning my aim is to help you develop a stronger and healthier sense of self and personal responsibility.
Direct Phone: (562) 665-0226
Sarina Singhi, NP, PMHNP-BC, ND, P95007690
I am not a silent therapist. I offer feedback: I will help you see the patterns in your thoughts and behaviors, and those of the important people in your life. The most common complaint I hear about therapists is, "She was nice, but she didn't give me any feedback." I will listen to you, then help you understand yourself and your life, and make the changes you need to get the life you want. As a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner ("NP"), I offer medication prescribing with therapy, or either alone, to best serve your needs. I see medications and therapy as working together to help people heal. I understand that many people have mixed feelings about medication and I respect all views.
Direct Phone: (909) 203-0207