Prepare to Change Child and Family Counseling is a non-profit organization.
Dr. Jennifer Fee is a licensed Psychologist with over 25 year’s of experience. She specializes in the areas of trauma/PTSD, anxiety and depression. As an Approved Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Consultant, she helps other therapists become Certified in this innovative therapy. Dr. Fee is passionate about fighting the stigma that surrounds mental health issues via writing and speaking. She’s a TEDX speaker and avid internet live streamer. Dr. Fee made two appearances on Monique Coleman’s “Gimme MO” TV series discussing sexual assault and mental health issues.
Dr. Kelly Granger, PsyD. is a licensed psychologist whose experience includes counseling, assessment, training and supervision. She holds extensive experience working with adults, couples and adolescents for many difficulties including depression, anxiety, trauma, relationship problems, and overwhelming emotions.
Dr. Kelly Granger uses a comprehensive therapeutic approach that is customized to each client. As an experienced psychologist, she builds a safe, trusting relationship so that together — through conversation, attentive listening, respectful and interactive responses — she can help others discover what they want different in their life.
After receiving her Master’s and Doctorate Degrees in Psychology from Rosemead School of Psychology, she completed PostDoctoral Training at the Center for Individual and Family Therapy. Kelly is able to help partners of those struggling with sexually compulsive behavior/pornography addiction by providing a place where acceptance, understanding and honest feedback come together to promote growth and healing. Kelly’s also focuses on helping those who have been spiritually wounded and individuals who want to explore how spirituality can be a source of support when dealing with life’s struggles. No matter what brings a person into therapy, Kelly strives to provide a safe environment to explore possible roadblocks and help people move beyond them.
Dr. Granger can be reached at Kelly@PrepareToChange.com or (949) 381-1519.
Dr. Larry Kuhn founded the Prepare to Change counseling center and its state-of-the-art assessment platform. He is currently responsible for executing assessment interventions for the California and Indiana offices, and he provides in-person and online counseling and coaching as well.
Larry Kuhn, PsyD, works well with many different types of people and challenges. He is a licensed clinical psychologist in Indiana and California, organizational coach and consultant, and a presenter involved in leadership development, forensic psychology, education, and family therapy. Always a steady hand at the wheel, Larry is highly valued for his calm and pragmatic approach, honed over 25 years in consulting, industry, and non-profit.
So while “been there, done that!” could be his mantra, Larry’s humble style combines his rich background and experiences with a collaborative nature and creative approach. Larry’s repertoire includes aligning business solutions, providing management consulting and coaching, launching assessment solutions, and a variety of other initiatives to promote sustainable organizational culture change. He employs a dialectical developmental approach to facilitate, influence and support desirable growth, design, and performance outcomes within organizations.
Clients love his unique and creative approaches to visually communicate complex information. In fact, he created a state-of-the-art assessment platform offering 400+ assessments and skills tests which is currently being used by clients across the nation for employee selection, leader development, and personal growth or education testing. Larry also conducts leadership seminars on Coaching Competencies for Executives, Goal Setting, Assertiveness Training, and Interpersonal Skills for Managers, Collaborative Problem-Solving Techniques, Communication Skills, among others. He graduated Summa Cum Laude with Masters and Doctoral Degrees in Family and Clinical Psychology from Azusa PacificUniversity. He is licensed as a Clinical Psychologist in California and Indiana.
Dr. Kuhn can be reached at DrLarryKuhn@PrepareToChange.com or (949) 275-8804.
Brent Scarborough is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who offers both face-to-face and online* appointments for adults, couples, and families. He joins with clients to work through anxiety, depression, relational issues, and trauma. Brent also helps clients develop healthy relational and social skills.
Dustin Shultz is a licensed marriage and family therapist who offers short and long-term therapy for teens, adults, couples, and seniors, working through patterns that prevent them from growing and living a full life. Dusty is currently in the process of becoming a certified EMDR therapist.
Dustin Shultz, MA, MFT, has experience and success working with couples, adults, and teens struggling with depression, anxiety, trauma, relationship issues, divorce, identity, sexuality, substance use, cutting, life transitions, grief, and shame. He is passionate about helping people develop into healthy and whole individuals, and embrace life. Dusty is known for his warm and gentle personality, while bringing insight and wisdom. He works in a relational and collaborative way, respecting each person’s unique experience of life.
Dusty received his Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy from Azusa Pacific University and completed a Bachelor’s degree in Ministry from Hope International University. His 15 years of spiritual counseling allows him to work with people who desire soul care in conjunction with therapy. He enjoys speaking at schools, organizations, and churches and has presented on topics ranging from parenting, marriage enrichment, the benefits of roughhousing with kids, depression, bi-polar, anxiety, spirituality, guilt and shame, and communication.
Dusty can be reached at dustyshultz@p2Ccounseling.com or (949) 334-7718.
April Twenhafel is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with over fifteen years experience in the mental health field. Prior to her licensure, April worked in the field of Social Work including foster care, crisis management and outreach concerns. April graduated from Fuller Theological Seminary in 2007 and began her clinical practice at the Center for Individual and Family Therapy and has evolved her practice in this organization to date. She has been an adjunct professor in the Applied Behavioral Science program at Azusa Pacific University focusing on Marriage and Family Therapy for the past four years. April’s clients vary in demographics, however, she specializes in children, adolescents, and treatment of trauma related issues. April’s primary theoretical orientation is Attachment based integrated with Object Relations Theory.
As a clinician, April assists people from a variety of backgrounds in a broad range of issues including anxiety, depression, trauma, crisis, abuse, identity development, grief, family issues, marital conflict and more. One of her specialties is working with children through play therapy, an evidence-based practice. Play therapy is a type of psychotherapy that uses play to help a child communicate their feelings and is used to promote growth, emotional regulation, and resolution. April is also certified as a Prepare/Enrich Counselor for premarital therapy. April understands therapy can be a scary process for individuals to invite a stranger into. She is passionate about creating a safe place for her clients to explore the difficult experiences in their own lives. She considers it an honor to be invited into a person’s life and a true joy to be a part of their healing process.