Dr. Hannah Joy Roberts
Licensed Clinical Psychologist (PSY27352)
Feminist/Multicultural Therapist, Connector, Empath, Traveler, Nature Lover
I work with a wide range of individuals, from adolescents to those in later adulthood. I also work with Cal Poly students, faculty, and staff to manage the difficult cycles of stress that come with the quarter system. With over a decade of experience working in university counseling centers across the country, I offer college students and recent graduates the support they need to manage difficult transitions.
I work with individuals who value an in-depth, personalized therapy experience. I focus on supporting individuals facing stress, work-life balance, substance misuse, codependency, and trauma recovery, as well as those wishing to deepen relationships. I am culturally sensitive, honoring your unique experience and story.
I'm passionate about the personal transformation that comes through therapy. I love working with curious individuals who are looking to better understand themselves, their emotions, and their relationships. I provide a safe space, while offering a creative therapeutic style. At times, this means engaging newer forms of therapy, such as nature therapy, offered in a serene, grounding beach environment, or video therapy, where we meet virtually, from the comfort of your own home.
I offer expertise, guidance and support to help you create a life that is balanced, authentic, and whole. You have been working so hard to grow and create a full, authentic life. You don't have to do it all alone. Feel more grounded in your body and self-awareness. Get unstuck in the areas of creativity, mind-body, and relationships. Know how to recognize and advocate for your needs. Understand and give value to your emotions. View yourself with compassion and empathy. Develop a self-care practice that works for you.
As the Co-Founder of Thrive SLO, I am available to support motivated individuals, deepening their life satisfaction and balance. I believe each of us has an inner guide that, when nurtured, knows exactly what we need. Together, we will tailor a unique self-care plan for you to thrive.
Dr. Sarah Joy Park
Licensed Clinical Psychologist (PSY27418)
Connector, Gestalt Therapist, Adventurer, Trauma Healer, Food Lover
I am a dynamic, warm, funny, creative, psychotherapist. I officially started seeing clients in 2007 but was a therapist and healer long before my degree program. My approach to therapy is awareness focused, authentic, and holistic.
I believe in the transformative power of connection, presence, and telling our stories. I work with you to discover your tools for self-transformation, healing and wellness. I want more for you than simply feeling better. I will support you to live your life as a fully connected, present and thriving human.
In therapy I will probably ask you some tough questions but I will also provide you with support and skills. I have experience working with many types of people and they come in for lots of different reasons. Some people have a particular trauma or some are feeling pretty good but want to feel even better.
Dr. Lisa Slover
I’ve been working as a psychological assistant for the past 5 years with individuals who experience anxiety, depression, and eating disorders. I also support people who are just going through some hard stuff and need a safe and comforting person to turn to. My approach is openness, humor, and understanding.
I work with both adults and teens however, I particularly enjoy working with adolescents. The adolescent years are transformative and there can be tremendous room for growth and change. I understand the hesitancy that most teens have in going to therapy and I strive to create a place you enjoy coming. I take interest in your interests and make it a point to mix fun with therapy so that it doesn’t even feel like therapy at all.
Because our minds and bodies are connected, a distressed mental state can cause many physical disorders. I integrate different tools and perspectives for a more holistic approach. You will leave feeling like a weight has been lifted.