Jamie Nard
LMFT 132266

Hi, my name is Jamie Nard. I completed my Masters in Psychology, with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy, in December of 2017 from Brandman University. I have spent the last few years collecting hours towards licensure and passed my LMFT licensure exam in April of 2022 (LMFT132266). I have spent the last couple years working with children and adolescents struggling with depression, grief and loss, behavioral issues, being part of the foster system, and traumatic events. When working with children, I look for ways to enter into their world and to view their experiences through their lenses. I work hard on becoming a supportive figure and additional voice of advocacy for those youth that I am working with. I often use play therapy to help children express themselves through their ”language

Charity Horn
LMFT 129875

I was drawn into the mental health field because I saw lonely, forgotten, everyday people who needed someone to be there for them, to validate them, and give them a safe space to be themselves. I want to be that person and to walk the journey with you no matter what. I find great reward in helping people find their voice and helping them to be seen. They are no longer forgotten but are seen and heard by those who can help them. I have learned that people come from all different backgrounds, cultures, ethnicities, sexualities, and genders. This has greatly impacted my world view, and that understanding helps me work with people today. I am a LGBTQIA+ ally. I believe everyone has the potential for growth and positive change in their lives and I will walk that journey with you. Modality: Person centered, Narrative, CBT, and Existential.

Jeremy Horn
LMFT 124608

I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. I work with individuals, couples, and families. I have worked with all issues relating to being human and striving for more out of their current situation and finding solutions to issues that have them stuck. I am a Veteran of the U.S. Army, I have traveled the globe in many High-Tech industries, and have built relationships and teamed up with people of all walks of life, religions, orientations, identities, and backgrounds; all of this prior to becoming a therapist. As they say, the best authors are those who have lived a full life; I feel the same applies to a good therapist. I am experiential/ symbolic in my approach, meaning therapy is a dynamic exchange in order to gain perspective and insight into the meaning and purpose of our lived experiences, without shame. While I draw useful tools from evidenced-based approaches, I do not believe in a structured and directive or “follow the script” type of therapy. It has been my experience that people benefit more from a comfortable exchange that embraces the idea that therapy is about the client, not the therapist. I start with the assumption that every lived experience and journey in life is full of strength, wins/losses, trauma, shame, and judgment. My role is to provide comfort, and safety, to gain perspective and insight; in order to remove shame and judgment to help identify strengths and learn new skills to get unstuck and move forward toward a more fulfilling experience in life.