MEET THE TEAM
RHYAN N. F. (FOSTER) DANIEL, PSYD, LP, CSPC
LICENSED CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST
Dr. Daniel specializes in behavioral psychology and forensic psychology. She received her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, Forensics, from Alliant International University in 2012. While there, she also earned her Master’s in Clinical Psychology. Dr. Daniel has 10+ years in the field, with expertise in behavior modification for individuals managing Autism Spectrum Disorder, Anxiety Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Depression, and Schizophrenia. She has worked with a client based from childhood to late adulthood, with various religious backgrounds, and ethnicities. She has delivered services in-home, school-based, outpatient care, in-patient locked, and skilled nursing facilities. She is also an Adjunct Professor at TCSPP. Dr. Daniel is dedicated to improving the mental and emotional aspects of her clients' lives and hopes that PHITT Services, Inc. will be the bridge that enhances the relationship between mental health and therapeutic outreach. Dr. Daniel prides herself in being culturally competent and constantly pushing herself towards growth in new areas of psychology and mental health. Originally from Northern California, and spending 10 years in Southern California, the state of California is home to Dr. Daniel. She is happily married to the love of her life and enjoys shopping, traveling, and amusement parks in her spare time. She and her team are looking forward to being able to provide you with services that will improve your overall quality of life. Welcome!
Certified Life Coach Counselor
Jenece K.D. Bond, CLC, CPC, ICF
Jenece, currently residing in the San Fernando Valley in California, alongside her beautiful daughter Taylen, is a native of the surrounding area of Philadelphia where she travels often and spends time with her family who still resides there. Her coaching journey began following her BS degree in communications studies from West Chester University. Soon after, she obtained her Teaching Certification in PA and taught at the elementary level for a total of 10 years in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. After teaching, she became a full-time caregiver to her special needs daughter, who was diagnosed with a disorder called Dravet Syndrome, and founded The Taylen Lauren Horton Foundation in honor of her daughter, whereas the Foundation seeks to not only serve those like her daughter but also to educate the community about Dravet Syndrome. Connecting with other Dravet families through discussions and fundraisers, Jenece then decided to become a professional and certified Life Coach. This would only add to her goal of assisting others emotionally and further add value to her passion for supporting others by guiding them through obstacles to reach positive and healthy outcomes. Jenece's ability to guide others through life’s trials has been her passion for years. She's able to help develop motivational mindset concepts to seek self-made solutions. Becoming a life coach gives her this rewarding opportunity. Jenece also travels around the world, as traveling has become one of her favorite hobbies.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker/
LIC 106063/PA 94026790
Dr. Mya Y. Little, LSCW/PsyD
Dr. Little has worked in the field of Mental Health for over 20 years. She has diverse experience working with groups and individuals in both the nonprofit and private sectors. She has lived in California for the last 17 years with her two sons in the San Fernando Valley. Dr. Little is a native of Pittsburgh, PA. She holds a Doctorate in Psychology and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She has years of experience working with athletes and people in high-stakes professions to improve performance and eliminate performance barriers by reducing stress. Dr. Little knows that early interventions are important and that teaching mental techniques can be extremely beneficial. Dr. Little specializes in Sports Psychology, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, and Person-Centered Therapy. Over the years Dr. Little has had the opportunity to provide services to children, adolescents, and adults in a variety of settings including inpatient/outpatient, schools, community, and in-home-based. She is experienced in treating individuals with Depression, Anxiety, and life stressors/transitions. Dr. Little knows that no matter the outcome, or what the individual thinks the outcome should be, we never learn anything without trying. She lives by the motto “ failure is when you stop trying.” Dr. Little enjoys spending time outdoors hiking and exploring new hiking trails in Southern California. She spends time learning, reading, and traveling. Dr. Little’s proudest hobby is creating designs for her Athletic apparel.
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Stophe M. Barlock-Page
Ms. Page is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She received her Master's in Clinical Psychology with an Emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from Pepperdine University in 2005. Licensed for over 10 years, she has worked with clients from childhood to late adulthood from an array of cultural, religious, and socioeconomic backgrounds. Starting her career as a schoolteacher in disadvantaged communities, she transitioned to social work and child welfare.
This experience has fortified her ability to serve as a resource to her clients and community. Committed to improving the mental and emotional health of her clients, she is experienced in working with individuals dealing with Anxiety, Depression, and life transitions and adjustments.
The title she holds most dear is being a proud mother of two and enjoying traveling to new places in their free time.
Kedrea J. Battle. M.Ed
(Psychological Doctorate Candidate)
Kedrea Battle, a Philadelphia, Pennsylvania native, holds her B.A. from West Chester University and ME.D in School Counseling from Wilmington University. Ms. Battle's passion and love for people were among the many reasons she pursued her education in Psychology. Ms. Battle moved to Los Angeles, California, to continue her education and explore its culture. As a Doctoral Candidate Student in the Applied Clinical Psychology Program at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Ms. Battle enjoys focusing on many therapeutic methods, including but not limited to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Person-Centered Therapy in treating Anxiety, Depression, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), to identify their distressing thoughts and experiences and assist with managing and coping through daily life. Ms. Battle has experience working with Autism, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) populations. Ms. Battle believes in developing a sound therapeutic relationship, setting goals, planning treatment, and selecting interventions to help with thought processing and behavioral change that allow you to address the root causes of your difficulties and build meaningful connections. Ms. Battle has over ten years of experience working in the behavioral and mental health field. Ms. Battle enjoys spending time with family and friends, learning, talking to people, traveling, and going to the beach.
Dr. Tami R. Brooks, PsyD
Dr. Brooks is a native of Pine Bluff, Arkansas. She spent her early childhood years in Los Angeles, California, where she lived in a community heavily impacted by drugs and crime. At the age of seven, Dr. Brooks lost her mother to the criminal justice system, and her father died that same year. Although Dr. Brooks faced many struggles, little did she know her life experiences would prepare her for a future working in communities like the one that shaped her formative years. Dr. Brooks holds a BA in Criminal Justice, an MA in Public Administration, and a Doctorate in Psychology. Dr. Brooks works as a therapist where she provides therapy to communities of color and provides program development. In addition, Dr. Brooks is an adjunct professor in the community college district where she provides classroom instruction to adult learners and student’s returning to the community from prison. In her spare time, Dr. Brooks enjoys reading anything related to psychology and spending time with her husband and son.
ChaRosnese C. Dixon, MS., Ed.
(Psychological Doctorate Candidate)
Psychological Associate/Associate Professional Clinical Counselor
ChaRosnese Dixon currently resides in the San Diego, California, area with her Husband. Mrs. Dixon is a Bolingbrook, Illinois native and holds a B.A. from Seton Hill University in Psychology and an MS. Ed in Clinical Counseling from Quincy University. She is currently a Doctoral Candidate Student in Applied Clinical Psychology at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles Campus. Mrs. Dixon's empathetic spirit, outgoing personality, and intuitive nature were among the many reasons she pursued a career in mental health. Mrs. Dixon was a collegiate athlete, and her hobbies are going to the beach, going to the gym, hiking, singing loudly in her car, and hanging out with family and friends. Mrs. Dixon is passionate about helping the next generation reach their goals and is ready to help shape the world's future. Mrs. Dixon prides herself on being a client-focused professional dedicated to client development. Her background includes working with children in child protective services, residential settings, and foster care, as well as with adults with dual diagnoses of substance abuse and mental health disorder. Mrs. Dixon utilizes many therapeutic methods, including but not limited to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Positive Psychology, Motivational Interviewing, and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) in treating Anxiety, Anger Management, Reactive AttachmentDisorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Los Self-Esteem, and Addiction. Mrs. Dixon specializes in working with individuals for adolescents to late adulthood. Mrs. Dixon believes in working with clients to help them reach the most authentic version of themselves, which they can embrace at all levels. Mrs. Dixon prizes herself in creating good therapeutic rapport, setting quality goals, creating a collaborative environment for treatment planning, and utilizing interventions to help clients create sustainable change while addressing the resenting issues causing distress in their daily functioning. Mrs. Dixon has over five years of experience in the behavioral and mental health field. Mrs. Dixon remains dedicated to helping clients reach their fullest potential, one step at a time.
Claire Heidelberg is currently residing in Turlock California attending the University of California, Merced. She is in her last year of receiving her bachelor's degree majoring in psychology. She intends to continue her education and move on to her master's degree and later her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, School Psychology, or Counseling Psychology. She is deeply passionate about helping the well-being of children, adolescents, and or adults that may not have a safe place to release their fears, sadness, worries, mental issues, etc. She believes that guidance can help many people live a more freeing and happier life. Furthermore, she is still exploring psychology and is currently in an internship called Student Success Internship (SSI) focusing on Cognitive and Developmental Psychology. She works in a lab as a research assistant, working with equipment, such as the electroencephalogram (EEG). She is assisting a few Graduate students for their dissertations by collecting data, watching brainwave frequencies, and implementing data. For this internship she has her own side project, and her topic is focused on Maternal education utilizing a task called the Passive Auditory Oddball. Throughout her years of attending the University of California, Merced, she has learned a lot and has enjoyed her time there but is now ready to pursue higher education. However, outside of school, she loves reading, listening to music, people, spending time with family and friends and designing her dream car.