We offer a team of compassionate professionals to meet your healthcare needs. We are currently in the process of expanding our team so check back in soon!
Amy Duffy-Barnes, LMSW
Owner and Clinical Therapist
Amy is a licensed clinical therapist offering online and in-person psychotherapy services. Her goal as a therapist is to offer compassionate support and evidence-based therapy techniques. She takes a mindful and balanced approach to both life and therapy and she respects other people's paths.
She is neurodiversity affirming and upholds the neurodiversity paradigm which views conditions such as autism and attention deficits as naturally occurring variants in human neurology. Neurodiversity de-stigmatizes and de-pathologizes cognitive differences. Instead of seeking to make a person more "normal," it is accepting of people's differences, helping them know themselves, communicate their needs, and identify and request the accommodations they need.
She enjoys working with the LGBTQIA+ community, clients experiencing trauma, anxiety, OCD, or perinatal mood and anxiety disorder. She is an active and involved therapist, with the knowledge and experience to help people create change and balance in their lives.
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Angelique Mugabekazi, LLMSW
Angelique has a diverse background of working with people who are asylum seekers, immigrants, and refugees. She enjoys working with teenagers and adults.
As a genocide survivor, she understands firsthand how challenging life can get. She knows that although we often feel overwhelmed by what life can throw at us it is always okay to reach out and seek support and clarity.
She specializes in working with clients who are/have experienced trauma, domestic violence, anxiety, adoption issues, eating disorders, depression, infidelity, infertility, perinatal mood, and anxiety disorder, or are working with their sense of self and racial identity.
She is here to walk side by side with you and assist you in developing the tools and inner resources to shape the life that you want.
She is here to compassionately listen and use best practices to help clients to take charge of their lives and achieve happiness, health, stability, and peace.
Kelly DeLong, BSc
Social Work Intern
Kelly has a Bs in political science and a Bs in anthropology with a minor in federal indigenous law and a cognate in sociology. She is finishing up her MSW degree and will be working with us over the next year as a clinical social work intern. Kelly is down-to-earth and passionate about making a positive difference in this world.
Kelly enjoys working with a variety of clients including children, teens, and adults. She has extensive experience working with Indigenous populations. She has a compassionate and down-to-earth approach and offers a judgment-free space to help clients explore and develop coping strategies to deal with anxiety, depression, trauma, life stress, relationship issues, etc.
Kelly is unable to accept insurance during her internship but is able to see clients at a reduced rate of $45.00 per 45 to 55 minute session.
Katrina McNutt, BSc
Katrina offers a calm presence on the phone and in the office as Heartstones office manager. She recently finished her Bachelors Degree and is currently pursuing her Masters Degree in Social Work.
Katrina aims to become a therapist herself and help others walk through life adversities using her experience with neurodivergence, blended families, marriage building and child raising.
In the meantime, she is happy to help anyone seeking services navigate our center and assist those seeking guidance by connecting them with our team.