Dr. Mailey has skill working with diverse clients and presenting issues. Areas of professional interests include: addiction concerns, helping veterans and military personnel readjust to civilian life, exploring PTSD symptoms, helping individuals manage race-related stress, men's issues, depression, anxiety, and managing interpersonal conflict. Dr. Mailey believes in providing a safe, supportive, and genuine environment wherein individuals can navigate the concerns that they may have that are disrupting their lives. He also believes in the power and potential of the human mind as a means for altering perceptions and reducing unhealthy negative emotions/behaviors.
Dr. Tolle has experience working with clients who have a diverse range of presenting concerns. Some areas of special interest include: adult ADHD assessment, treating men and women with eating disorders and disordered eating, helping individuals who identify as LGBTQ navigate their sexual and/or gender identity, depression, anxiety, and group therapy. It is her belief that relationships have the potential to enrich lives by adding meaning and purpose. Individuals typically are not tapping into this potential when they are having problems in their lives. Counseling includes helping people to navigate important relationships while maintaining a sense of self. Learning this balance is a worthwhile endeavor in which Dr. Tolle is honored to witness.