Dunamis Center was born out of the desire to merge the practice of mental health under a wellness umbrella. Dunamis is unique, and presents a wide variety of services for clients all under one roof. Our goal is to provide the highest possible level of care for our clients. The relationship between providers here at Dunamis is special, and provides continuity of care that you will only find here with us.
She is also trained for trauma work, and specializes in Neurofeedback. Neurofeedback (NFB) heals the brain; Psychotherapy heals the mind. Together, Neurofeedback and Psychotherapy can create lasting change and recovery. Neurofeedback improves brain function so you can better engage in the psychotherapy process and make more conscious, healthy decisions for yourself. Neurofeedback also stabilizes the brain to reduce anxiety and depression allowing for a better, and more lasting recovery from trauma, PTSD, eating disorders, and/or other addictions. It will not solve all of your problems, but it can help stabilize your brain enough for you to do the recovery work necessary for lasting change.
Christina uses techniques from mindfulness-based therapies, dialectical behavior therapy and cognitive behavioral therapies. She enjoys working with couples at all stages of their relationship, whether they have just started dating or have been together for a long time. She also works with marriage and family issues, at youth risk, adoptive and foster families, clients struggling with anxiety, depression, grief and loss, career, parenting, and adolescent issues. In a supportive and safe environment, we will collaborate on how to best understand your situation, identify goals and find solutions.
Karin went to school at University of Phoenix where she received her MA in Counseling Psychology. She is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and specializes in working with children, individuals, family counseling/ anxiety, depression, stress and ADHD. She loves empowering parents with information that will help them develop or regain the joys of parenting and creating a harmonious family. Karin encourages and supports them, while they build skills to deal with personal issues effecting parenting, children’s challenges, and guides them toward the recognition that there is no such thing as a ‘perfect’ family.
She also integrates Cognitive Behavioral, Narrative, and Internal Family Systems therapies. In addition to 6 years of clinical practice, she also has 2 years pastoral counseling experience. Nann’s goal is to help you work through whatever you are facing, facilitate healing and change, and help you find your peace and joy. The two of you can work together to better understand, resolve and/or accept the challenges you face. Nann has a deep commitment to innate human value, springing from the belief that we are individually created in the image of God, that He loves us, is for us, and wants to be in relationship with us.
Katie has also worked specifically with clients who have had very traumatic experiences in their lives, and helped clients who were the perpetrators of abuse. She wants to help people get through trauma and not just cope with it, but to overcome the traumas they have encountered.
While working with Marina, you can expect to be treated with respect, acceptance, and be equipped with applicable skills to achieve your goals. Marina is also a certified yoga teacher. Yoga can help clients to achieve life balance, stress reduction, and overall physical and emotional wellbeing. Please inquire if you are interested in seeing how yoga can benefit you.
Dr. Ikramullah is a good listener with a kind, soft, and supportive nature. She also cares deeply about the quality of care. Along with her interest in mental health care, she has had a lifetime interest in women’s health issues leading to her completing a residency in OBGYN.