Dr. Tyler Davis is the owner of Choose Health and Happiness Counseling. He also provides supervision for the other staff and interns. Dr. Davis earned his Psy.D. from the Arizona School of Professional Psychology in 2012 and has been a licensed psychologist since 2014. He has extensive knowledge in working with adolescents, substance use issues, sexual maladaptive behaviors, and behavioral issues. In addition to running Choose Health and Happiness Counseling, Dr. Davis is a Clinical Director at Adolescent Substance Abuse Program and works with The U-Turn Foundation to provide evaluations for the Arizona Juvenile Court.
Jackie Hansberger obtained her Master’s degree in Professional Counseling at Grand Canyon University in 2016. She earned her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (PsyD) at Capella University in 2021. She is currently a temporarily-licensed psychologist working under the supervision of Dr. Tyler Davis. She has experience in providing therapy for children, teens, and adults among diverse populations. Her experience includes various assessments that included differential diagnosis, learning disabilities, psychoeducational, and forensic evaluations. Jackie’s belief is that each client has different needs for therapy. She uses an integrated approach that is based on the client’s needs and strengths. She focuses on providing an environment that is nurturing to allow the client to explore the needs of the client and assists them by becoming well-functioning individuals by fully contributing to their own treatment. In her free time, Jackie is with her family, swimming, riding bikes, or riding her side-by-side in the desert. She is an Arizona native and plans and living the rest of her life here.
Jackie looks forward to meeting you!
Mary Anne Stich is a licensed LISAC specializing in adolescents and young adults in the areas of substance abuse, anger management, and gaming addiction. Her experience includes working with the challenges of teens with ADHD, ODD and other diagnoses.
She has her Masters in Addiction Counseling from Grand Canyon University. She has been the lead therapist at Adolescent Substance Abuse Program for the past seven years at their PV location. She also works with teens in the Juvenile Detention system.
Mary Anne is an avid fitness enthusiast, mom of three successful young adults and owner of a Golden Retriever named Remington.
Mary Anne is available in office, in home appointments as well as through telehealth.
Jennifer Duran is a graduate from Grand Canyon University with a Master’s degree in Professional Counseling, as of July 2020. Jennifer has an extensive background in social work where she provided bilingual services to individuals and families for 6 years. She completed her practicum at Adolescent Substance Abuse Program where she developed knowledge and experience in substance use, family dynamics, and anger management. Jennifer values working with adolescents and families. She appreciates the relationship with each client and utilizes an individualized approach, as each client’s needs are unique. She enjoys learning and developing new skills. Jennifer fills her free time with hiking, kayaking, and riding ATV’s with her husband and teenage daughter. Jennifer believes there is true potential in everyone and has a great desire to support clients through their life journey, as it can prove to be full of challenges.
Andrea Morales is a recent graduate from Grand Canyon University with a Master of Science in Professional Counseling, as of March 2021. She completed her practicum at Adolescent Substance Abuse Program, where she was able to expand her knowledge and expertise in areas of substance abuse, family dynamics, refusal skills, and conflict resolution. Andrea approach seeks to build on the client and counselor relationship by developing a solid foundation that identifies each client’s strengths and necessities. In her free time, Andrea enjoys spending time with her family, traveling and playing soccer.
Kerrey Bogardus holds a Master’s degree in Forensic Psychology from Arizona State University. She is currently earning her PsyD from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She has finished all of her doctoral course work and is now completing her pre-doctoral internship under the clinical supervision of Dr. Tyler Davis. Kerrey has been providing counseling to adolescents suffering from substance abuse issues at the Adolescent Substance Abuse Program. She believes all clients are unique and uses an integrative approach based on their individual qualities. Providing a safe, nurturing space for healing is her top priority.