Multiracial Family

Services for Clients

Martha Stebbins-Aguiñiga


Everything is new to a baby and a young child. They are coming into a world that they are just starting to get to know. It can be amazing to care for a child, but the way that they get acquainted with their people and their surroundings can feel like a mystery for their caregivers. Click here to learn more about Infant and Early childhood mental health services.Book Appointment
“Parents and children help each other to grow. In raising their children, parents are also raising themselves. Child-rearing gives parents the chance to redo their own childhood and to improve on it.”

― Alicia F. Lieberman, Emotional Life of the Toddler

Martha Stebbins-Aguiñiga


Children can have varied developmental trajectories. Their learning and growth can be supported by following their lead and offering them opportunities to express their needs. Contact us to learn more about therapy for your child.Book Appointment
“Play gives children a chance to practice what they are learning”

– Fred Rogers

Services for teens and tweens


To be in constant change – physically, emotionally, environmentally – can be exciting and joyful. It can also challenge our ability to make sense of the world and preserve relationships. If you are a tween (ages 9-12) or a teen (ages 13-17) and you are interested in having a brave space to be open and feel connected, then we are here for you. We welcome all LGBTQI+ youth with a gender-affirming approach. Reach out to us today to learn more about our mental health services for tweens and teens.Book Appointment
“Adolescence is not a period of being “crazy” or “immature.” It is an essential time of emotional intensity, social engagement, and creativity.”

– Daniel J. Siegel

Services for Adults


Whether you find yourself experiencing the persistent ups and downs of life-long struggles, or if it feels like the relentless demands on your attention have impacted you more than usual, our Counselors at Mente are ready to offer you the support you need to feel like you have choices again. Reach out to us today to learn more about our mental health services for adults (ages 18+).Book Appointment
“Caring for myself is not self-indulgence. It is self-preservation and that is an act of political warfare”

– Audre Lorde

Martha Stebbins-Aguiñiga


People decide to become parents for varied and complex reasons. In some instances, being a parent, especially to young children, can mean that there will be challenging moments and mismatches. With support, repair is possible, and a sense of connection is restored. Contact us to learn more about how parent guidance can help your family.Book Appointment
“Children learn more from what you are than what you teach”

– W.E.B. Du Bois

Reflective Consultation


Being a professional that works directly with people requires an open heart and continuous self-examination. Mental health clinicians benefit from supportive consultation that can maintain their emotional health and promote creative thinking. Also known as clinical supervision, reflective consultation is a relationship-based model that promotes wellness for mental health therapists and other providers. Contact us to learn more about reflective consultation.Book Appointment
“We are indeed much more than we eat, but what we eat nevertheless helps us to be more than what we are”

– Adelle Davis

Kids Eating Healthy Snack


We live in a world surrounded by diet culture, making it difficult to nourish our bodies without shame or guilt. When we think about the many roles that we play in everyday life and the many factors disrupting our relationship with food, it can create a disconnection with our bodies and food choices. A Nutritionist can help you restore your vision for nourishing yourself and keeping you on the best path for yourself. If you want support towards building a positive relationship with food and your body, this is the time for you to reach out to a nutritionist.Book Appointment
“We are indeed much more than we eat, but what we eat nevertheless helps us to be more than what we are”

– Adelle Davis