Meet Our Clinical Therapy Staff

Mandala House is fortunate to host a group of highly trained professionals who all share a collective commitment to helping their clients become as healthy as possible. With each provider having unique areas of expertise, our goal is to be able to provide the best personal treatment available for each individual who seeks services with us.



Dr. Jacquelyn Gilles, Licensed Psychologist

Dr. Gilles knows therapy is a challenging and vulnerable process and works to create a space that is both safe and reflective of the reverence she holds for her clients and the work. She is strongly committed to understanding, non-judgment, respect, empowerment, and celebration of individual differences and struggles. Dr. Gilles has been described as a "calming presence" and as someone who has a "strong ability to take others' perspectives." Perhaps this is why Couples Therapy is a favorite for Dr. Gilles.

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Dr. Barbara Beauchamp, Psy.D., Licensed Psychologist

Barbara Beauchamp believes there are times when a person simply needs a sanctuary in which one can focus on what is working and not working in life. Therapy is an ideal place for this type of reflection. Therapy is also an active process that requires considerable patience, empathy, and a willingness to explore those parts of ourselves that may need some attention if not change. Dr. Beauchamp recognizes that you are your own best expert, and she respectfully creates a space in which you are guided toward a more healthy and peaceful way of being.

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Colgan Tyler, M.S.W., Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Mr. Colgan Tyler's psychotherapy treatment specializes work with young males, adult men and women and families in crisis. Using an eclectic approach, he gives the client the space and support to tell their own story, guides and witnesses them in self-discovery, and collaborates to change elements within their realm of control. Mr. Tyler is committed to the idea that young males and men, like all human beings, need to be recognized and valued as creative, powerful, and sensitive individuals within their social contexts. An important part of mental health treatment is being seen by and building a relationship with a present, empathetic and trained professional. 

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Tina Furness-Ullrich, Psy.D., Licensed Psychologist (Temporary)

Dr. Furness-Ullrich's clinical interest primarily focuses on psychoanalytically informed psychotherapy. This approach to therapy is process-oriented where you work to acknowledge and build capacity to ‘know thyself’ as well as mediate, recognize, and celebrate your essential desires regarding yourself as an individual and yourself in relationships.  She believes there are many factors (developmental, biological, cultural, and environmental) that create the psychological landscape from which an individual may thrive and/or struggle as they journey to know themselves.

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Brenda Morris-Huntoon, M.A., Licensed Psychological Associate

As a psychotherapist, Brenda forms a collaborative relationship with clients empowering them to make their own choices. She views her role as one of support and guidance to facilitate client self-exploration, recognition of values, and goal-setting.  Brenda believes education is a lifelong process and she continues to learn through evaluation of research, collaboration with colleagues, and frequent participation in workshops and trainings.

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Norma Thomas, M.Ed., Licensed Psychological Associate (Temporary)

Norma Thomas believes that seeking therapy takes courage and she honors this. To help you meet your emotional challenges, she offers you a safe space and empathic, caring support in your journey toward reconnecting with your own strengths and resources to overcome your obstacles. She holds strong convictions that, although we cannot change the past, we are inherently capable of creating the positive changes we seek in our lives. Moreover, learning never ends and transformation is a process. Your wellness is intricately linked to active participation in daily activities. Norma’s aim is to help you find purpose and joy in your life, despite your circumstances. Norma works with clients, both English and Spanish speaking, who present with a variety of issues.

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