Alan L Pogue
Marriage and Family Therapist

Years in Practice: 20+ Years
School: University of Oklahoma
Year Graduated: 2002
License No. and State: M9806028 Arkansas

People can change. I have 20 years of experience helping people to change into a better version of who they want to be. I have been successful at helping children, adolescents, and adults of all ages. People can replace bad habits with good ones, develop healthy coping skills for serious problems, revive failing relationships, and learn to have a good life now and a better hope for the future.
I have experienced the greatest success at helping couples to rebuild destroyed marriages, often when only one partner is willing to attend therapy. I also have an effective method of leading people to overcome the limitations of fear, stress and anxiety, usually within a few weeks.
I approach life from a Christian worldview. I seek after solutions that will benefit all concerned.

(501) 481-1975
Pogue Counseling
4700 West Commercial
Suite B-1
North Little Rock, Arkansas
Jaclyn Trecartin
I combine my teaching and therapy experience in my work with children, teens, and families. I use an integrated, eclectic, collaborative, and creative approach. I have worked with clients on topics such as: grief, anxiety, depression, self esteem, separation/divorce, parenting, adoption/foster families, learning issues, developmental delays, autism, peer relations/socialization, as well as other issues. I offer individual sessions, family/group sessions, and workshops. I hold my Masters of Education in Counselling, my Bachelor of Education, and my Bachelor of Arts. I am a Certified Canadian Counsellor (CCC) through the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association.

My work is a blend of: Play Therapy, Art Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Interpersonal Neurobiology, Humanistic Psychology, and Jungian Archetypes and Symbols.

Jaclyn Trecartin: Child and Family Therapist
89 Canterbury Street
Suite 200
Saint John, New Brunswick Canada
E2L 2C7
Julie Panteluk
Every child is unique and wants to do their best. This is a core belief of mine. Parenting is one of the hardest jobs on the planet and as parents, we too, want to do and be our best. Unfortunately we sometimes face challenges with our children that feel overwhelming and get in the way of who we want to be as parents. Since a child cannot exist outside of their family, my work with children encompasses working with parents to best support the child and family as a whole.

If you’re looking for help to feel more connected to your child, improve your child’s listening and/or behaviour and overall strengthen your relationship with your child, I can help. I have spent my career working with children ranging from infants to school aged alongside their families.
For the past several years, I have been working in the area of infant and early childhood mental health. I use a play-based, attachment & trauma informed approach in therapy with children and parent-child therapy. I am a Registered Circle of Security Parent Educator.

1 (403) 808-1232
4816 1st Street SW
Calgary, AB
T2G 0A2
Laura Cayan
MA, PsyD

At San Francisco Family Practice, I specialize in psychotherapy with children, adolescents and their families, as well as with adults. I use evidence-based treatments including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to work with you and your family, and believe in a treatment-team approach, wherein families are highly encouraged to be a part of the therapy process. In order to best create your treatment plan, I tailor my approach to your unique concerns and goals.
Common treatment issues may include but are not limited to behavioral problems at school and at home, coping with medical illness, and parenting challenges. If clinically appropriate, I often collaborate with relevant pediatricians, medical personnel, teachers and other individuals important to your child and family’s success.

(415) 798-2074
San Francisco Family Pracitice
2161 Union St
Suite 5
San Francisco, California
Leslie Orysh Connor
Finding a good psychologist can be a challenge. While many practitioners may be geographically convenient, you are most likely to benefit from a therapeutic relationship in which there is a good fit between client and therapist and in which the therapist brings knowledge and experience. I have been practicing since 1991 and believe in the ability of each of us to make significant and lasting changes in our lives. I think you will find that I listen well to your needs and bring a complement of skills to address a variety of issues, including anxiety, depression, relationship issues, chronic weight problems, parenting concerns, and procrastination.

I understand that initiating a counseling experience is a big step. You are welcome to call me to discuss your concerns and to decide if I will be a good fit for you. If I cannot help you, I will be happy to assist you in finding someone who will.

(302) 477-0708 ext. 2
Leslie Connor, Ph., LLC
1409 Foulk Road
Suite 204
Wilmington, Delaware
Nick Cornett
Licensed Counselor
In addition to working with clients, I am also a university professor, which has helped me to stay current in the research and training in the field. I primarily teach courses on play therapy and family therapy.

Do you have a child who is defiant, acts impulsively, or struggles to show self-control? Is anxious, withdrawn, or depressed? Struggling socially or in school? Having difficulty adjusting to a stressful life experience? I primarily work with young children (2-10 years old) who are experiencing behavioral, emotional, psychological, and/or relational problems that are interfering with their functioning at home, school, and/or other settings. I believe strongly in the role that parents/caregivers and families have in the lives of their children and like to involve them as much as possible as I work with children.
As a Registered Play Therapist, I have received additional training, experience, and supervision in counseling children. Play therapy provides a developmentally-appropriate approach for counseling children. Kids often struggle to express themselves verbally and may not respond well to traditional counseling methods that are often geared to adults.

(479) 777-0489
2807 Ajax Ave
Rogers, Arkansas
Sandra Marji
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Are you feeling stuck? Are YOU ready to make CHANGES!!!! YOU ARE WORTH IT!!!!!! As a counsellor and life and health coach, it is an honour to serve you. I specialize in working in the area of child-parent conflict, family violence, separation and divorce, nutrition,self-care/ life balance and helping people determine their life passion and live authentically. I am here to help you build better and authentic relationships with family and friends.

I have a diploma in Child and Youth work and a Bachelors and Masters degree in Social work. I am certified in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and use Solution Focused Therapy and mindfulness in my sessions where needed. I obtained a Diploma in Personal Nutrition and Sports and Fitness nutrition.
I am a woman who is dedicated and driven to support your journey. I am here to help heal unresolved past pain, help build healthy relationships, overcome fears and live a balanced life. I believe each person has strengths and burns for a desire for a joyful life.

647 220 9445
Sandra Marji Counselling and Coaching
Mississauga, Ontario Canada
L4Z 1V9