Brandy Jones-Thomas, MA, LMFT #82210
As founder and CEO of Affinity Community Counseling, we have worked to establish a therapeutic space that allows growth and tools to learn the natural healing of life. It is important to us that you feel welcomed and supported on your journey to gaining insight and motivation to understand what you need to reach your goals.
We offer a relatable, mindful and direct approach that most people report as non-judgmental and open in our therapeutic relationship. I strongly believe in individual therapy services and clients often report a new self-awareness while on the therapeutic journey together.
I support diversity in all forms which includes the LGBTQ community and any marginalized population. I specialize in working with parents, couples, individuals, adolescents and children ages 2 to 5 years old.
I have worked with various cultures, and ethic backgrounds. I offer support for work stress, blended family issues, parenting, school adjustments, history of trauma/abuse, coping skills, relationship counseling, anxiety issues and depression.
I have over 14 years experience in mental wellness and counseling. I've worked as a social worker for foster youth and I spent the last 8 years providing therapy and specialized mental health services in the commuinty to at risk families, children and adolescents.
We offer summer groups/classes and programs the support children and families of color
DeErnest Maxwell, ASW #91761
DeEarnest Maxwell is an Associate Social Worker (ASW) with over seven years of experience.
Born in Monterrey, California, and raised in Sacramento, he attended the California State University of Sacramento for his undergraduate degree in Social Work.
He then went on and obtained a graduate degree in Social Work at the University of Southern California.
DeEarnest has worked in multiple settings, including inpatient hospital, inpatient treatment crisis residential, and interned as a school therapist.
DeEarnest collaborates as a youth advocate with Crossover America, a faith-based basketball program
providing activities to promote physical, mental, and social development to youth in the inner city.
DeEarnest is currently gaining clinical hours to become a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and is a Faculty Diversity Internship Program (FDIP) candidate to teach social work classes at the community college level.
DeEarnest's ultimate goal is to create a video game curriculum for adolescents as a tool for therapy, in hopes of dispelling therapy's negative stigma in the black community.
Norma Cabrera, APCC #2633
I'm here to support clients who are ready for guidance and interested in seeking a therapeutic relationship with me.
I specialize in working with Individuals and adolescents. I have worked with various cultures, and ethnic backgrounds. I offer support for school adjustments, history of trauma/abuse, coping skills, anxiety and depression.
I am also certified trainer in Youth Mental Health First Aid.
I have three years of experience in Mental Health Wellness and School Based Counseling.
I offer a client centered approach: specializing in working with individuals, adolescents and children on personal growth, life, and fostering healthy social relationships and life skills.
My goal is to provide a safe and culturally sensitive environment where clients can grow.