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

In my therapy practice, we will feel into questions of self-knowledge as well as look at and build on practical ways to work with life’s many challenges. Through mindful inquiry, curiosity and kind humor, we’ll co-create a space that is safe and expansive, that will allow you to find yourself in new and connected ways.

Our bodies are deeply informative and we will draw  from that source of wisdom. I specialize in areas of depression, anxiety, addiction, self-esteem, women's issues, relationship issues and life transitions.

The process of starting therapy can stir many emotions, from excitement to apprehension. All of your experiences are so valid and welcomed as you take this step towards supporting yourself. I am always honored to witness the self-journey in therapy and would welcome joining you in yours.

Kirsty Cordell

Bio coming soon!


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!!


Now Licenced!

formerly supervised by Lani Lee MFT

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

I specialize in the sacred work of grief, and the important places of growth and love that loss brings us. In these dark places of our life, we can find deeper places in ourselves, and a richness and fertility that brings greater wisdom and joy to our lives. I also specialize in working with trauma, depression, perinatal loss, women's issues, career changes, and relationship issues.

I help clients build skills for regulating strong feelings, and calming anxiety through mindfulness work, breath work and building awareness of the body. I work with Somatic Psychology to help clients tune into the sensations of thier bodies and the wisdom that the body offers us. I also enjoy working with dreams and art to understand what may be beneath our consious awareness. I draw on modern research in the areas of trauma, attachment, the brain and the body.

If you are struggling to find peace or meaning in your day to day life, if you are in pain and feel like something is wrong with you, if you wish to have more love for yourself and in return, love for others, I can work with you to tend to the places that need your attention and help you care for the soul.

About Jessica Malmberg, Associate Marraige Family Therapist

Jessica earned her Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology with a concentration in Integral Psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies in 2018. Jessica began her MFT Traineeship at Social Advocates for Youth (SAY) in 2017 in Santa Rosa, CA, where she worked with youth ages 5 to 25, and their families. She specialized in issues of anxiety, depression and trauma and worked with play, sand tray, art and talk therapy. Jessica’s subsequent year of internship has been at Lomi Psychotherapy, a community clinic in Santa Rosa, CA. Here Jessica has worked with adults, couples and teens, helping people find grounding and healing through deep attuned listening, mindfulness work, Gestalt and breathwork.

Jessica was previously a massage therapist for 17 years in Sonoma County, focusing on Cranio Sacral Therapy, breathwork, and Lomi Lomi, a Hawaiian shamanic technique created to integrate and honor life transitions. Jessica earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Religious Studies at Westmont College, in 1998.


Lani Lee, MFT

Associates Under Supervision




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

About Kimberly Bishop, Associate Marraige Family Therapist

Kimi graduated with her Master’s Degree in Counseling from Sonoma State University in the Spring of 2020. She spent her traineeship at Lomi Psychotherapy Clinic and attended many trainings in Somatic-based interventions. She received her BA in Psychology from SF State University in 2012 and completed an undergraduate honor’s thesis on the topic of mindfulness and chronic pain.

Before pursuing her counseling degree, Kimi worked as a client advocate at the Community Overcoming Relationship Abuse (CORA). This gave her invaluable experience in crisis intervention work as well as strengthened her ability to sit with difficult circumstances. She continues to utilize trauma-informed and feminist perspectives in her current practice.

Currently, Kimi works in private practice in Santa Rosa and also at Casa Grande High School in Petaluma. She welcomes all individuals into her practice and is particularly drawn to working with teens and emerging adults.