Meet The Team
Brynn Bailey, MS, PA-C
Brynn Bailey MS, PA-C, has been practicing psychiatry over the last 12 years. She is passionate about helping her patients optimize their health, wellbeing, & happiness through a compassionate & comprehensive approach to treatment. Brynn is a careful listener & collaborates with her patients to formulate a treatment plan that addresses each person's unique needs & leverages their strengths & capabilities. She specializes in working with anxiety, depression, mood disorders, psychosis, eating disorders, addiction, PTSD, ADHD, & other conditions created by situational life stressors. She is distinguished by her kind, easy going, yet professional manner. Brynn's focus is medication management with a supportive & collaborative treatment model.
Ashley Lombardi, LCSW
Ashley is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, licensed in CA, and received her Masters from Rutgers University, The State University of New Jersey. Overseeing the program, she utilizes her skills that were obtained working with different populations in fields such as, residential treatment at AMFM, the foster care system, Special Education within a High School, and non-profit agencies. Her belief system is focused upon the strength based approach, where she assists clients in identifying their own undiscovered resiliency. Ashley sees the benefits of utilizing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Solution-focused brief therapy in individual and group settings. Ashley is passionate about vulnerability and feels that vulnerability is the foundation of evolving and growing as an individual. Her spirit animal is Brené Brown, which is in fact a person (who is a trailblazer for vulnerability).
Jordan St. Pierre, LCSW
Jordan is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker licensed in California. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin Whitewater with an undergrad in Social Work and Human Services and obtained her Masters in Social Work- mental health focused with a sub-concentration working with military families from the University of Southern California. She has been working within treatment centers as an individual and family therapist for the past 7 years after gaining early experience serving homeless veterans within a non-profit organization. She has extensive experience working with adults experiencing persistent and severe mental health disorders and substance use disorders.
During her years of practice she has identified the benefits of focusing on a client's self-esteem in order to improve within themselves, specifically focusing on "the here and now". She is highly trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), which she utilizes within individual, group, and family therapy sessions as well as solution focused therapy and motivational therapy. She feels that in her work she has always communicated to her clients that it takes a lot of courage to seek support in wanting to make a major life change.
Kaylin Zabienski, LMFT
Group Facilitator & Therapist
Kaylin Zabienski, LMFT, RYT 200 is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, yoga teacher, and rest enthusiast. She has experience working with a wide range of humans, including children in the foster care system, adults in recovery, and caregivers.
Her work focuses on giving people permission to show up as they are, even when it’s messy, and to love themselves through the process. She is passionate about bringing yoga philosophy and mindfulness into the therapy room to help people to reconnect with themselves and their bodies. Kaylin uses an existential, human-centered approach to therapy and believes that each person is an expert on their own life.
Marcelle Turner, ACSW
Group Facilitator & Therapist
Marcelle Turner is an Associate Clinical Social Worker who works as a Mental Health Therapist for AMFM Healthcare. She believes that any emotional or psychological concern can not only be processed, but also manageable in a healthy and successful way. She has experience working with different treatment modalities that place an emphasis on understanding the physiological correspondence with mental health. She holds a Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Southern California where her concentration was on the Bio/Physio and Psychological influence of mental health and mental health disorders. A few modalities she feels her client’s benefit most from are, Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).