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Our Providers

Anna Marie Fennell, MHC-LP

Theoretical Orientaion

Psychodynamic, Existential, Jungian, Transpersonal,Mindfulness-Based, Creative Arts (music, painting, cinema), Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), Rational Emotive Behavior (REBT), Dialectical Behavior (DBT), and Nervous-System Informed. 

Along with all of the above, Anna Marie is LGBTQIA+ affirming (using she/they pronouns) and committed to social-justice oriented work — rooted in an awareness of how systems of racism, sexism, anti-queerness, fatphobia, and monogamy all affect how we view ourselves and others. When working with partners, Anna Marie also uses elements of Attachment Theory and the Gottman Method. Either with a single client or multiple, she always tries to find the best fit + combination for each client’s clinical concern and personality style. 

As a psychotherapist, Anna Marie helps her clients discover the root of their concerns through storytelling, reflecting on their values and desires, and developing insight around what ways they’ve adapted to being in the world. They work together with their clients to create a space that feels warm, safe, and healing — and ultimately restores a sense of joy, play, and hope. She teaches patients how to be curious about emotional patterns, how to communicate effectively, and develop tools to slow down when life inevitably gets overwhelming. 

Before earning her M.Ed. in Mental Health Counseling at Columbia University, Anna Marie studied cognitive psychology, philosophy, and linguistics. She also attended a performing arts high school where she had four intensive years of training in voice, theatre, and dance. They’re a life-long artist and researcher, and always excited to work with artists (professional or otherwise) exploring the unique stressors and ways of thinking that are tied up in being a creative person — but also helping folks that are scientifically minded to understand the mechanisms involved in psychology and mental wellbeing. All of her unique interests allow her to be sincerely curious and equipped with multi-faceted ways of conceptualizing a client. 

Anna Marie also has an Advanced Certificate in Sexuality, Women, & Gender with an LGBTQ+ focus. As a queer-identifying person, they have first-hand experience with the challenges that come with making sense of fluid identities that fall outside of the norm and finding ways to find strength and joy in spite of them. 

Anna Marie is an artist, and a certified meditation and yoga instructor. They love watching films with their long-distance partner, going to art museums, listening to a wide-range of music, watercolor painting, playing video games and board games like chess, and traveling to new cities and countries. Her hometown is Lakeland, FL so she has a soft spot for the serenity of the ocean… and also the thrill of a good roller coaster. 

Brynn Bottalico, MHC-LP

Theoretical Orientation

Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), Psychodynamic, Mindfulness-Based, Rational Emotive Behavior (REBT), Motivational Interviewing, Humanistic, Dialectical Behavior (DBT), and Nervous-System Informed. 

Brynn is an interactive, collaborative and solution-focused therapist. Her approach is trauma informed, anti-racism and LGBTQIA affirming. She strives to provide unconditional support and practical, realistic feedback to help clients, families and couples effectively address life challenges and meet their goals. Each client will receive an individualized approach and treatment plan in a safe, comfortable and confidential setting. With empathy and compassion at the forefront of her work, Brynn utilizes a collaborative approach to help each individual build on their strengths, understand their weaknesses and attain the personal growth they are committed to accomplishing.

Brynn provides all her patients with a safe, judgment free space to talk through their stressors and challenges. It is Brynn’s goal to make every client feel seen and understood. She helps children, teens, young adults and couples make big decisions, adjust to new life changes and better understand their behaviors. Brynn works to help all her clients better understand how their past impacts their current thoughts, feelings and behaviors. She is dedicated to helping all her clients feel empowered and ready to make the changes they want to in their life. Brynn believes it is important for each person to be able to process, understand and heal from their past while actively working on their current thoughts, feelings and behaviors.  

Brynn Bottalico is a psychotherapist who specializes in the treatment of anxiety, bipolar disorder, panic attacks, depression, life transitions, self esteem and stress management. Women’s issues such as how the menstruation cycle may be impacting mood as well as abortion are issues she works with. Brynn is also well versed in the treatment of addictive behaviors and challenges that come with substance use and abuse. The individuals she specializes in working with are between the ages of 10 and 30. Brynn also works with parents and children to improve relationships and family dynamics. 

Outside of psychotherapy, Brynn is a runner, reader and writer. Brynn enjoys spending time with loved ones, both two and four legged. Brynn loves people watching, traveling, mint chocolate chip ice cream and everything to do with swimming and the ocean. Summer is her favorite season and she is currently working on disconnecting from her phone when she isn’t working.

Anna Marie Fennell

Theoretical Orientation

Psychodynamic, Existential, Jungian, Transpersonal,Mindfulness-Based, Creative Arts (music, painting, cinema), Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), Rational Emotive Behavior (REBT), Dialectical Behavior (DBT), and Nervous-System Informed. 

Along with all of the above, Anna Marie is LGBTQIA+ affirming (using she/they pronouns) and committed to social-justice oriented work — rooted in an awareness of how systems of racism, sexism, anti-queerness, fatphobia, and monogamy all affect how we view ourselves and others. When working with partners, Anna Marie also uses elements of Attachment Theory and the Gottman Method. Either with a single client or multiple, she always tries to find the best fit + combination for each client’s clinical concern and personality style.  

Approach

As a psychotherapist, Anna Marie helps her clients discover the root of their concerns through storytelling, reflecting on their values and desires, and developing insight around what ways they’ve adapted to being in the world. They work together with their clients to create a space that feels warm, safe, and healing — and ultimately restores a sense of joy, play, and hope. She teaches patients how to be curious about emotional patterns, how to communicate effectively, and develop tools to slow down when life inevitably gets overwhelming. 

Before earning her M.Ed. in Mental Health Counseling at Columbia University, Anna Marie studied cognitive psychology, philosophy, and linguistics. She also attended a performing arts high school where she had four intensive years of training in voice, theatre, and dance. They’re a life-long artist and researcher, and always excited to work with artists (professional or otherwise) exploring the unique stressors and ways of thinking that are tied up in being a creative person — but also helping folks that are scientifically minded to understand the mechanisms involved in psychology and mental wellbeing. All of her unique interests allow her to be sincerely curious and equipped with multi-faceted ways of conceptualizing a client. 

Anna Marie also has an Advanced Certificate in Sexuality, Women, & Gender with an LGBTQ+ focus. As a queer-identifying person, they have first-hand experience with the challenges that come with making sense of fluid identities that fall outside of the norm and finding ways to find strength and joy in spite of them. 

About Anna Marie 

Anna Marie is an artist, and a certified meditation and yoga instructor. They love watching films with their long-distance partner, going to art museums, listening to a wide-range of music, watercolor painting, playing video games and board games like chess, and traveling to new cities and countries. Her hometown is Lakeland, FL so she has a soft spot for the serenity of the ocean… and also the thrill of a good roller coaster. 

Brynn Bottalicom

Theoretical Orientation

Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), Psychodynamic, Mindfulness-Based, Rational Emotive Behavior (REBT), Motivational Interviewing, Humanistic, Dialectical Behavior (DBT), and Nervous-System Informed. 

Brynn is an interactive, collaborative and solution-focused therapist. Her approach is trauma informed, anti-racism and LGBTQIA affirming. She strives to provide unconditional support and practical, realistic feedback to help clients, families and couples effectively address life challenges and meet their goals. Each client will receive an individualized approach and treatment plan in a safe, comfortable and confidential setting. With empathy and compassion at the forefront of her work, Brynn utilizes a collaborative approach to help each individual build on their strengths, understand their weaknesses and attain the personal growth they are committed to accomplishing. Her approach is trauma informed, anti-racism and LGBTQIA affirming. 

Approach

Brynn provides all her patients with a safe, judgment free space to talk through their stressors and challenges. It is Brynn’s goal to make every client feel seen and understood. She helps children, teens, young adults and couples make big decisions, adjust to new life changes and better understand their behaviors. Brynn works to help all her clients better understand how their past impacts their current thoughts, feelings and behaviors. She is dedicated to helping all her clients feel empowered and ready to make the changes they want to in their life. Brynn believes it is important for each person to be able to process, understand and heal from their past while actively working on their current thoughts, feelings and behaviors.  

Brynn Bottalicomis a psychotherapist who specializes in the treatment of anxiety, bipolar disorder, panic attacks, depression, life transitions, self esteem and stress management. Women’s issues such as how the menstruation cycle may be impacting mood as well as abortion are issues she works with. Brynn is also well versed in the treatment of addictive behaviors and challenges that come with substance use and abuse. The individuals she specializes in working with are between the ages of 10 and 30. Brynn also works with parents and children to improve relationships and family dynamics. 

About Brynn Bottalicom

Outside of psychotherapy, Brynn is a runner, reader and writer. Brynn enjoys spending time with loved ones, both two and four legged. Brynn loves people watching, traveling, mint chocolate chip ice cream and everything to do with swimming and the ocean. Summer is her favorite season and she is currently working on disconnecting from her phone when she isn’t working.