“Courage starts with showing up and letting ourselves be seen” ~Brene´ Brown

Tammy Hyland


As clichéd as it sounds, life is surely filled with twists and turns, peaks and valleys.Haven’t we all wondered at some point, “What went wrong…Why me…How on Earth did I get here?” A difficult child or teen, a sick loved one, a relationship on the rocks, and unexpected job termination, a death, a divorce… these are just some of the things that can completely turn our world upside down and put us into a tailspin. Sometimes we are able to navigate through life’s struggles with strength and perseverance, other times we just need help.

Life experience is an important asset when counseling others, and I have plenty to draw from. At the age of 57 I have experienced the pain of divorce, both in childhood and as an adult. I have helped family members and friends who have experienced struggles associated with depression, anxiety, dependency, infidelity, divorce, parenting, step parenting and blended family issues. From a very early age, I had a yearning to understand human behavior and to grow through each experience.

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Tammy Hyland MA, LMFT #92625
(949) 750-4777

Sheri Sepanlou


Sheri Sepanlou is a licensed marriage and family therapist who sees clients in person and online. Sheri graduated from UCLA with a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and received her Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Sheri is a compassionate and down-to-earth therapist who loves working with couples, individuals struggling with depression and anxiety, as well as older teens who need a safe and supportive emotional space.

Sheri considers herself a trauma informed (trained in EMDR), psychodynamic therapist and in her work with clients, works on family of origin issues, unresolved trauma, and utilizes mindfulness and CBT techniques to help clients live more fully and happily in the present. Depression and anxiety are often the result of a person’s intense preoccupation with the past or the future and learning to be more mindful and present in the moment, can result in a sense of joy and peace in many clients.

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Sheri Sepanlou MA, LMFT #125432

(949) 402-5110

Jan Covyeau


I am a licensed marriage and family therapist with an M.A. in Marriage and Family Therapy from the College of Psychology and Counseling at Hope International University. Prior to becoming a therapist, I worked in the corporate world over 25 years in the areas of education, sales, finance and most recently adoption. I discovered my passion for helping others in my role of Adoption Adviser in the emotionally charged adoption process. It is this passion and my own life challenges, healing and personal growth that served as the catalyst in my pursuit of becoming a therapist.

Entering this field later in life provided me with invaluable personal experiences which have played a key part in helping to better understand my clients and many of the issues they face. I have found my education and experience to be most effective in working with individuals, adolescents and couples that are facing various issues such as anxiety, depression, grief, trauma or relational difficulties.

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Jan Covyeau, LMFT #134612
(949) 633-7885

Chelsea Burch


I am a dedicated Associate Marriage and Family Therapist committed to helping preteens, teens, adults, couples, and families navigate their emotional landscapes and find healing through self-discovery. With a Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Hope International University and Level 1 Certification in Emotionally Focused Individual Therapy, I bring both compassion and experience to my work.

 Using evidence-based methods like Emotionally Focused Therapy and Somatic Experiencing, I assist those grappling with childhood traumas, anxiety, shame, depression, relationship dynamics, and life transitions. By co-creating a safe and trusting therapeutic relationship, I support clients as they process emotions, reshape communication patterns, dismantle limiting beliefs, reframe thoughts, and tap into the body’s wisdom to promote healing and self-awareness. My aim is to empower clients to find healing, build resilience, and create healthier patterns that lead to a more fulfilling and harmonious life.

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Chelsea Burch, MA, AMFT #138616

(949) 342-6381

Bo Hong


Bo is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist and Associate Professional Clinical Counselor who is fluent in both English and Korean. She completed her Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Hope International University. She is a Gottman Couples’ and EMDR (Trauma) trained clinician and incorporates Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) when working with individuals, couples, and families.

When it comes to her clients, Bo is committed to raising self-awareness, identifying strengths and rooted issues, and exploring effective and lasting solutions through a client-centered approach and various interventions. Bo especially enjoys guiding clients to explore their childhood on a deeper level through Psychodynamic and Bowen Family System Therapies and related theories. She also incorporates Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) interventions to modify behaviors to bring about long-term healing and treatment.

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Bo Hong, MA, AMFT #134823, APCC #12962
(949) 750-4777


Jeremiah Matters


Life is a journey that is not meant to be navigated alone, so I’m glad you found me. My own journey has not been easy, but even through the struggles in my life I have always felt a calling to help others in need.

I received my Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology from Azusa Pacific University and am currently providing psychotherapy for individuals, couples, and families for issues ranging from anxiety and depression to relationship struggles. I am also passionate about working with the LGBTQ+ community and helping individuals navigate their Coming Out Journey.

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Jeremiah Matters, MA, AMFT #121794
(949) 524-9362

Dama Perez


I am a registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist and Associate Professional Clinical Counselor who is passionate about working with adolescents, couples, and families. I earned an M.A. in Clinical Psychology from Pepperdine University. I am fluent in both Spanish and English.

I am passionate about helping my individual clients meet their therapeutic goals whether it be understanding themselves better, developing better coping skills, or healing from past wounds. I find that my experience and education has prepared me in working with clients struggling with anxiety, depression, anger management, and grief. I also enjoy working with couples and families in repairing relationships. When working with couples and families I incorporate the practice of Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), a highly effective method for healing relationships.

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Dama Perez, MA, AMFT #125463, APCC #9519
(949) 922-6647

All Associate Therapists are currently supervised by Tammy Hyland, LMFT 92625