In my therapy practice, I use an eclectic approach that blends person-centered principles with mindful self-compassion. I believe in working relationally, providing my clients with a safe and supportive space for open communication and self-exploration.

I work as a compassionate ally, helping my clients to develop a greater sense of self-awareness and self-compassion which empowers them to better understand and regulate their own emotions and behaviors, and ultimately to create more fulfilling and meaningful relationships with others.

Working from a trauma-informed and strengths-based lens, I help my clients alleviate symptoms of anxiety and depression, navigate difficult life transitions, heal from past traumas, and improve their overall quality of life.

I believe that all of us have the power to create positive change in our lives, and I am passionate about supporting people on their journeys of healing and growth. I would be honored to accompany you on your journey towards the most aligned version of yourself.

I'm pleased to be working in private practice where I welcome individuals of all ages and backgrounds who are looking for kind and compassionate support through life’s many challenges. I work with individual adults, children and teens.

Molly DeBrock, LMFT

"My work in therapy is to create a space for you to find the best version of yourself. With warmth,

humor, directness, and mindfulness my hope is to explore with you what isn’t working in your life, and how we can make change."

After two years supervised in Lani's practice Molly has launched into her own private practice. Congratulations!!


Now Licenced!

formerly supervised by Lani Lee MFT

Lani Lee, MFT

Associates Under Supervision

Licence# LMFT51375       707-331-5246        Santa Rosa, CA

About Emily Emmerson,

Associate Marriage Family Therapist, Associate Professional Clinical Counselor

Emily graduated from Sonoma State University in the Spring of 2023 with her masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She completed her year long traineeship at the Lomi Psychotherapy Clinic, where she gained 700 hrs of experience working with clients of all ages and received expert training and supervision based in Somatic Psychotherapy. She also holds a bachelors in Mass Communications and a Masters in Linguistics.

Prior to completing her counseling degree, Emily spent five years working as a mental health counselor at Buckelew Programs, a non-profit organization that provides specialty mental health services to low-income residents of Sonoma County. This gave her invaluable experience in crisis intervention, teamwork, understanding of mental health challenges and the recovery process, deepening of empathy and compassion, knowledge of local community mental health resources, and cultural competence from working with a diverse and underserved population. She was also a dance teacher for six years helping her students ages 6 through adult to gain understanding of their bodies in space and develop body-positivity and camaraderie with other movers.


Kimbery Bishop, LMFT

"My approach to therapy is relational, explorative and compassionate. I work through a trauma-informed lens and utilize somatic based interventions. "

After three years supervised in Lani's practice Kimberly has launched into her own private practice. Congratulations!!


Erin Wiper, LMFT

"I am an integral practitioner whose practice is rooted in collaboration, imagination, and reverence for that which is not yet known."

After three years supervised in Lani's practice Erin has launched into her own private practice. Congratulations!!


Jessica Malmberg, LMFT

"I offer a warm, engaged, relational approach to help you on a path to deeper connection and wellness."

After three years supervised in Lani's practice Jessica has launched into her own private practice. Congratulations!!


Kirsty Cordell, LMFT

"I provide a space that is nourishing, non-judgmental, and anchored in trust as I support clients in deepening their understandings of themselves, cultivating healthy and satisfying relationships, and developing tools and resources to manage the challenges that get in the way of feeling fulfilled in their lives."

After 2.5 years supervised in Lani's practice Kirsty has launched into her own private practice. Congratulations!!


I am dedicated to a helping vocation, and enjoy counseling one-on-one, couples, and families. My approach to counseling is first to strive to enter the worldview of my clients: I want to understand your values and beliefs and interact with the world as you see it.

Compassionate, non-judgmental attention is the cornerstone of healing. I embody an attuned, shame-free, and supportive presence to help you explore your thoughts, feelings, and beliefs. I help you develop greater insight into yourself and your relationships and put those realizations into practice.

I incorporate somatic and mindfulness techniques into counseling. With a trauma-informed approach, we can explore difficult emotions while managing the intense experiences that can arise. Learning to understand your emotions is the first step to developing the self-regulation skills to help alleviate stress, anxiety, and depression.

I am queer and trans affirming, and am supportive of all religious and spiritual beliefs. I believe increasing self-awareness and insight are important steps towards personal fulfillment, and that includes whatever you bring to counseling.

When not counseling clients, I enjoy reading, kitchen projects with my partner, playing with my bonded-pair cats, drinking fine tea & coffee, and distilling hydrosols and essential oils from home-grown aromatic herbs. I live in Santa Rosa, California.

About Mojo Tchudi,

Associate Professional Clinical Counselor

Mojo graduated from Saybrook University with a masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in 2023. Since 2022, Mojo has been counseling adults and teens in school and clinic settings, including working with at-risk youth and trans teens and adults. He also has a bachelors in Liberal Arts and a second Masters in Buddhist Classics with an emphasis in Sanskrit translation.

Mojo has a background in holistic healing arts: he completed an Asian Healing Arts & Whole Foods Nutrition clinical training in 2006 and worked for 15 years as a natural health coach, qigong teacher, and shiatsu bodywork practitioner. He has additional training in yoga philosophy and asana teaching, advanced aromatherapy, and herbalism. He has run herbal health clinics at Heartwood Institute and in private practice in Chico, California. Most recently, he was a sattvic chef and high school philosophy teacher at City of Ten Thousand Buddhas in Ukiah, California. Mojo brings a diversity of philosophical and spiritual perspectives into his work as a mental health counselor.


My therapeutic style is trauma-informed, collaborative, and holistic, taking into consideration the connection between mind and body. I use a person-centered, integrative approach, incorporating somatic and mindfulness work with evidenced-based modalities including EMDR and ACT, as well as the Gottman Method when working with couples.

I believe in the importance of connection - connection to self, connection to others, connection to the natural world. Connectedness is a powerful antidote to feelings of anxiety, depression, or hopelessness. I enjoy working with people who want to feel a deeper sense of connection, in any therapy format: individual, couple, or family therapy sessions. In our work together I aim to provide a therapeutic container that allows for deep exploration of your emotions, beliefs, patterns, and values, in order to gain new awareness and skills, and improve your relationship with yourself and others.

I specialize in treating trauma through the use of EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) Therapy. EMDR is an effective, research-backed method that utilizes bi-lateral stimulation (eye movements, tapping, sounds, buzzers, etc.) to activate both sides of the brain in order to reprocess and heal from past trauma, distressing events, and negative beliefs. If you experience unwanted flashbacks, panic, dissociation, or other distressing symptoms and have not found relief in traditional talk-therapy, EMDR may be of interest to you.

As a neurodivergent therapist, I am neurodiversity affirming, as well as queer and trans affirming and sex positive. I believe healing happens most readily in a space that is compassionate, non-judgemental, and most of all, feels safe to you. I particularly enjoy working with ADHD adults and adolescents.

About Lida Hughes,

Associate Marraige Family Therapist

Lida graduated from the University of San Francisco with a Masters degree in Counseling Psychology in 2022. Lida has been providing therapy services to adults, adolescents, and children, since 2021, in school, non-profit, and private practice settings. She has extensive experience providing individual, couple, and group therapy. Lida has completed Basic and Advanced EMDR training, and is an active member of EMDRIA. She is also trained in Gottman Method couple therapy.

Lida has a background in education, as well as yoga, meditation, and mindfulness. She spent 10+ years working to support parents and children, first as preschool teacher, and then as a school-based counselor to elementary and high-school students. Working closely with families, and within the education system, provided Lida with invaluable experience that informs her work with adolescents, parents, families, and couples. She is a certified Meditation and Mindfulness Teacher, 200-hr Registered Yoga Teacher, and Yoga of 12-Step Recovery Peer Support Guide. Lida often integrates mindfulness practice into her therapeutic work.

AMFT #133755