Our team of diversely skilled practitioners is dedicated to supporting you on a path to a more comfortable and fulfilling life!
Ezra Post, MSW, LCSW, SEP
Founder/Director, Trauma Specialist
Ezra is passionate and skilled at the work he does inside and outside the treatment space. He uses integrative healing techniques that address behavioral, cognitive, and physical aspects of life. He is founder and director of this group, the only group of its kind in the area. And he supervises graduate students in an advanced-level training program he developed. Ezra also runs a low-fee trauma clinic for people in need of low-cost care.
Megan Somervill, MS, LPC, LPCS, CCH
Megan' s rich background in the helping profession spans 25 years. She has served people in various settings, including counseling, outreach, volunteer work, teaching, research, and case management. She has been a practicing psychotherapist for 8 years, with a focus on trauma and loss with children, teens and adults. She has specific skills in administering a trauma treatment modality called EMDR, as well as Clinical Hypnotherapy. Megan has a compassionate heart for the people whom she serves.
Lillian Woods, MA, LPC-A, NCC
Trauma Informed Resiliency Counselor
Lillian is passionate about collaborating with clients. She enjoys finding ways with her clients to invest their best attributes towards an overall sense of well-being. She offers approaches from various evidence-based practices, such as Mindfulness, Emotion Focused, Solution-Focused and Wellness, which she tailors for each person’s unique needs. Through her warm, compassionate, supportive, and non-judgmental nature, she offers clients a safe therapeutic relationship where they can navigate immediate and ongoing concerns.
Molly Caldwell, MA, LPC-A
Eating Disorder and Trauma Specialist with Expressive Arts
Molly’s therapeutic approach is rooted in collaboration, resiliency, and compassion. She believes healing is not a linear process and is unique to each individual. She is passionate about facilitating a safe environment that allows individuals to explore their own path to self-discovery. She uses experiential, body-based, cognitive, and behavioral approaches in her work. Molly works with teens and adults who have experienced trauma, loss, and eating disorder.