Danny Arias, M.A.
Danny Arias is a counselor at the Center for Developing Minds who works with preteens, teens and young adults.
He uses many different approaches and adjusts counseling techniques based on the client’s needs. Danny prides
himself on creating relationships built on trust with his students and understands
that real progress can only be achieved when such a relationship exists. He has experience helping clients with anxiety,
depression, behavioral problems, self-regulating, attention, communication skills, stress, bullying, social media,
academic and college planning.
Please note: Danny is currently not accepting any new clients.
Tara Cerruti, LMFT
Tara Cerruti is a therapist at the Center for Developing Minds providing remote online counseling for children and adolescents between the ages of 5 to 21 and their families. She uses a variety of approaches to work with children experiencing PTSD, anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, themes of grief and loss, adjustment to parent divorce/separation and other parent-child relationship issues, identity formation, anger management, and behavioral challenges Her training is in trauma focused cognitive behavioral, attachment based, and play therapies.
Rachel Gilbert, M.A.
Rachel Gilbert is an Education Specialist at the Center for Developing Minds. Rachel’s understanding of neurodevelopmental diversity and executive functioning drives her creation of engaging interventions and supports for children and their families. Rachel’s expertise is in supporting children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and ADHD to develop both the academic and social emotional skills needed for success at school, home and in the community. Rachel has a special interest in helping students develop reading comprehension skills and teaching personal organization and self-advocacy skills.
Carlin Graveline, M.S., CCC-SLP
Carlin Graveline is a speech-language pathologist for the Center for Developing Minds assessing and treating children with a variety of communication difficulties, including developmental articulation and language impairments, hearing impairments, craniofacial anomalies and pragmatic language difficulties. She is a dyslexia specialist and has a special interest in literacy development. Carlin enjoys working with students to improve their phonological awareness and processing, reading comprehension, and oral and written expression.
Cassandra Harms, M.A., LMFT
Cassandra Harms is a therapist at the Center for Developing Minds providing counseling for children and adolescents between the ages of 9 and 22 and their families. She uses a cognitive behavioral approach to working with youth struggling with anxiety, depression, behavioral and social problems. Cassandra also moderates several classes and groups at the CDM, including the popular "Meltdowns to Shutdowns," which is offered periodically throughout the year.
Damon Korb, M.D.
Behavioral & Developmental Pediatrician, F.A.A.P.
Author, Raising an Organized Child
Damon Korb, M.D., a board-certified behavioral and developmental pediatrician, examines the neurodevelopmental brain functions that determine how a child learns, behaves and socializes. As the clinic director for the Center for Developing Minds, he guides a team of child development experts that care for children and young adults who are struggling.
Joyia Moeller, M.S., LEP
Joyia Moeller is an educational psychologist for the Center for Developing Minds, with more than a decade of experience assessing cognitive, processing, and academic strengths and weaknesses in individuals from preschool through adulthood. Joyia also facilitates IEP meetings and coordinates the implementation of support plans, consulting with parents, teachers and outside agencies.
Jennifer Rich, LMFT
Jennifer Rich is a therapist at the Center for Developing Minds providing relationship counseling for children and adolescents and their families. She has been in private practice for more than 13 years, specializing in treating individuals who have trauma, depression, anxiety, and relationship issues. Her training is in brief therapy, cognitive behavioral, as well as family systems.
Julie Tucker, M.A., LMFT
Julie Tucker is a therapist at the Center for Developing Minds providing counseling for families and children, adolescents, and young adults, between the ages of 5 to 26, and their caregivers. She is experienced in helping with anxiety, depression, parent-child relationship issues, social struggles and behavioral challenges. Her training is in cognitive behavioral therapy, attachment based and play therapies, and she takes a holistic approach to build skills, help people get unstuck, and strengthen resilience.
Makenzie Wesner, M.S., R.N., P.H.N., P.N.P.-P.C.
Makenzie Wesner, N.P., is a behavioral and developmental pediatric nurse practitioner at Center for Developing Minds and a leader in child development and behavior. Makenzie specializes in the evaluation and treatment of children with a wide array of challenges such as autism, ADHD, motor-communication disorders, and executive dysfunctions, all among various intellectual and genetic backdrops. With training in sensory processing combined with a focus on self-regulation and social thinking development, Makenzie offers an expert and meticulous approach to understanding diverse and complex behaviors with each assessment.
Randy Yates, M.A., LEP
Randy Yates is a Licensed Educational Psychologist at the Center for Developing Minds, with more than twenty-five years of experience supporting students encountering cognitive, emotional, behavioral, and developmental barriers to learning. Randy provides psychoeducational evaluations that give insight to students, parents, and teachers, allowing for adaptive and flexible acquisition of knowledge and skills in school and beyond.
Samantha provides administrative support to the clinical team and manages patient inquiries. She is one of the first points of contact for CDM clients, via phone or email.
Samantha has a B.S. in Psychology from Regis University in Denver, Colorado, and is currently pursuing a Master's in Counseling Psychology at Santa Clara University. In her free time, she enjoys running, painting, and hanging with her cats.
Kevin is the CDM office assistant and special projects coordinator who oversees a variety of
administrative duties, including managing the reception desk and new patient inquiries, providing CharmHealth technical assistance, and scheduling appointments.
Kevin has a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Southern California.
Liz provides administrative support to the clinical team and manages patient inquiries. She is one of the first points of contact for CDM clients, via phone or email.
Liz has a B.A. in Speech Communications from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a minor in Business. She enjoys dining out (pre-pandemic), lap swimming, and hiking with her family.