After starting her career in the laboratory, Madeline Havrilla took a leap of faith to become a therapist.
It isn’t the career Hannah planned, but she believes it’s the career she was meant for.
After almost 20 years in the field, Sara Small has learned to remember the good days and the big picture.
“You can’t be what you can’t see,” says Nicky Jackson. She’s helping kids see a strong role model.
Nataly Gomez helps young people during a critical phase – the transition to adulthood.
“It’s OK to ask for help, it’s OK to rely on others and support one another.”
“I’ve gotten to do so many different things. There’s always opportunities.”
“I have letters from teenagers that say, ‘Lupita, thank you very much,’ or the parents say, ‘Oh my God, now I can see the difference.’ That’s the best thing.”
“I have this crazy passion to work with adults with mental illness. [Keeping them] afloat and maintained in the community is a really good feeling.”