Dr. Trivedi is a board-certified general adult psychiatrist with special interest in cross-cultural psychiatry, mental illness with co-occurring substance use disorders, and the use of interventional psychiatry (ECT & TMS) in treatment-resistant psychiatric disorders.
She earned her medical degree in India and her early psychiatric training was completed at Central Institute of Psychiatry, Ranchi, India. Dr. Trivedi completed her residency in Psychiatry at the University of Arizona.
Being trained in India as well as in the United States gives her double distinction of having trained in two culturally and ethnically different societies. This gives her a unique ability to understand the meaning of culture and ethnicity difference in the contemporary world on mental health services. She believes in integrating the psychodynamic principles applicable to the patients with psychopharmacology in the practice of psychiatry for a better treatment outcome. She is also open to interventions such as ECT in treatment-resistant cases.
Her warm, accepting approach is appreciated by many of her patients. She is known for her excellent personal care and ability to establish a therapeutic relationship with her patients. She works closely with the patients and their families to develop the treatment plan that best meets their individual needs.
Angela Hartman works part-time for Human Touch Behavioral Health. She lives in Vacaville, California. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who provides individual and group therapy. She has worked in various public service settings since the 1980s. She retired from Napa County, where she provided individual and group therapy to substance disordered clients. She completed her Master's degree in social work at San Jose State University in 2006. Her therapeutic approach is holistic, that is, addressing patients' bio-psycho-social and spiritual needs.
Jeanine has a Master of Divinity and a Master in Social Work. Prior to becoming a therapist, Jeanine spent eleven and a half years pastoring congregations in Pennsylvania, Illinois, and Washington State. As a licensed clinical social worker, Jeanine has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults with numerous diagnoses from depression, anxiety and trauma issues to grief and domestic violence. Her training includes using strengths-based and solution-focused therapy techniques, in addition to dialectical behavioral therapy and meditation practices. Jeanine enjoys swimming laps, reading, cooking, yoga, and traveling.
Sunita Saini is a family nurse practitioner with experience in working in primary care settings as well as having a specialty in psych. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing and her Master's degree in nursing from Maryville University. She is board certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners.
Sunita strives to provide evidence-based, compassionate care and firmly believes that health and well-being must take into account people’s mental health. Sunita has obtained her post-master's certification as a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner (PMHNP). In her spare time, Sunita enjoys gardening, watching movies, and spending time with her family.
Christine Randall Walker has experience in social work and clinical psychology. She prefers evidence based treatments such as CBT, solution focused, motivational interviewing, ACT, strength based, humanistic and MBSR. She also has experience with dynamic and insight oriented theories/treatments. She has clinical experience with children, adolescents and adults and with many treatment problems such as anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, ADHD, trauma, grief and loss and lots of other diagnoses and difficulties. She is warm, genuine and supportive and enjoys using humor. She believes that you should be understood but she will encourage you to try new things, grow and reach your goals.
AS is a board certified family nurse practitioner. She does medication management.