Meet our team of practitioners, administrators and advisors!
We’re rapidly growing and have many new additions on the way, so stay tuned!
We’re rapidly growing and have many new additions on the way, so stay tuned!
Travis is a seasoned behavioral health professional with two Masters degrees, a clinical license, and over 15 years experience in direct clinical care, provider network development, business development and operations. Travis has a passion for helping others reach their full potential and overcoming personal struggles.
Anna M. Sells is passionate about knowledge and human development, a humanist.
100% psychologist and entrepreneur by vocation.
She is committed to be responsive and to contribute to the common good in the best way every day
from her own experience. Involved in understanding people: what makes us the way we are, what
moves us to behave in a certain way, what commits us to our well-being and that of our environment.
Understanding is the incentive to develop freely, to be and to express oneself in different areas of
15 years as a Psychologist and Coach dedicated to the health sector and child and family systemic
development, from the Gabinet de Teràpies Neurofuncionals founded in 2005. Digital entrepreneur
since 2012, creator of accompaniment and facilitation programs B2C: Education of children with
Attention Deficit Disorder with / without Hyperactivity; Processes of divorce / separation so that a
complex and stressful life transition, so that the change decided, is an improvement rather than a
Since 2020 she has reoriented the activity to the B2B market through the creation of two projects:
through arctalento.com focused on the digital transformation of the business model (from professional
to service company for the legal sector), where she capitalizes her transversal experience applied to a
related market niche with which she has connected through collaborations from her previous stage,
which have unveiled the opportunity of contribution and help with the LAW & TECH program; also
through bienestarhub.org, of which she is co-founder, oriented to the promotion of organizational
culture and wellbeing in SMEs through the Leading with Conscience program.
Anna M. Sells has a degree in Organizational and Work Psychology, Master in Life and Corporate Coach
Social Constructivism, Master in Occupational Risk Prevention, Mindjung Therapist, a brief intervention
method based on neuroprocessing techniques (EMDR, NLP, Mindfulness, sleep) that allows deep and
lasting change that she implements for High Performance. Body Analysis Therapist.
Human Resources manager and member of the management committee in renowned multinational
companies, she has stood out for her innovative approach to the well-being and productivity of people
in organizations. She has specialized in middle management and executive training, internal
communication, and psychosocial occupational risk prevention.
Throughout her career, she has been responsible for the prevention of occupational hazards in all
companies. She stood out as a pioneer in the implementation of measures related to psychological well-
being more than 20 years ago.
She has also played a key role in the area of diversity in EMEA, managing with an innovative mindset to
create work environments conducive to the development of employees. His belief, based on his own
and others’ experience, is that if managers take care of people, people will take care of business.
She has extensive teaching experience in various institutions and companies and has been recognized as
an honorary coach by the University of Almeria. She is also the author of the book “Metamorphosis
through coaching” an inspiring work aimed at leaders of any organization.
As for her academic background, she has a law degree from the Autónoma de Madrid, has completed a
management development program at ESIC and has specialized in Digital Law at the Madrid Bar
Association. She is also a certified professional coach from Instituto de Estudios Garrigues.
In the field of volunteering, she is a board member of Foro Ilusionando, a non-profit association that
seeks to encourage and motivate SME professionals in difficult times and crisis. She also volunteers her
time with the Spanish Prison Confederation, CONCAES, providing support in the Aranjuez prison.
Her interests and hobbies include hiking, artistic events, participation in two choirs, traveling and
Her greatest achievement, without a doubt, has been to enjoy a professional life full of experiences and
challenges, while raising a family with three children, who are now independent.
Josep is an entrepreneur, multidisciplinary, multi-entrepreneur, researcher of the Self and permanent
student of Life.
In his technical specialty in dentistry, dental prosthesis, he has developed patents for general use in oral
implantology, writer, university professor, international lecturer, founder of scientific academies and
professional federations, he has been recognized and awarded professionally. But it is only when he
discovers the therapeutic side of his profession that the road, he has traveled begins to make sense.
After multiple training courses in various therapies, he learns Psycho Neuro Dentistry from Christian
Beyer, and applies it to the prosthetic technique, developing the Prosthetic Psychodontology, a specialty
that allows, only with the information of the mouth, to know directly and quickly the human psyche and
the project of the Being that occupies it.
Through the analysis of the traces left in its biology and therapeutic resources with strong bases,
Psychodontology discovers hidden aspects of our personal and family unconscious.
Its objective is to divulge the specialty that relates consciousness, brain and tooth, and to help in the
process to all beings that vibrate in similar frequencies to integrate it.
Most of my professional life and energy has been dedicated to the development of the Victoria
Program, a therapeutic method specialized in the treatment of alcoholism and other addictive behaviors
(psychotropic drugs, cocaine, compulsive gambling, cannabis, etc.). I have also directed a team of
professionals in the areas of medicine, nutrition, physiotherapy, clinical psychology, etc. for the
development of integral therapeutic programs in a Health Tourism Project.
In addition to addictive behaviors (Alcohol, Tobacco, Cocaine, Cannabis, Psychopharmaceuticals, etc.) to
which I have been dedicating myself for many years, we can now also offer therapy for problems such
as- Obesity and Eating Disorders- Anxiety, Stress, Depression, etc.- Chronic pain (arthrosis, fibromyalgia,
etc.)- Psychosomatic illnesses. All of this in the context of a specialized Therapeutic Hotel.
I have always liked to help people feel better about themselves. Clinical Psychology allows me to reach
the heart of many people who suffer and thus help transform their suffering into joy. I have frequently
collaborated, and I still do, in the media, radio, TV, written media, etc.
I like to communicate, and the feedback I receive is good, so I seem to be good at it. I like to share my
knowledge and experience with other people who want to learn and improve professionally. That’s why
I do consulting work and frequently give courses, seminars and all kinds of training events on the topics
that are part of my professional background, i.e. Alcoholism, Addictions, Alcohol and Drug Abuse
Christina is a nationally certified school psychologist who has been practicing for about 5 years. She graduated from the State University of New York at Plattsburgh in 2017 with her Master’s Degree in School Psychology and Certified Advanced Sciences with a Bachelor Degree in Fine Arts Therapy and Psychology. She has had her research published in an Art Therapy journal, which studied the potential relationship between art and empathy. Within her scope, she has also consistently focused on expanding any knowledge or passions outside of the field in order to accomplish drives she considered important. These projects have included intensive suicide prevention work, embedding a Social-Emotional-Learning curriculum for the first time in her county, encouraging more critical thinking for children, empathy projects, and expanding her thinking and approaches to various aspects of her own life and career, ever desiring to be better each day.
Staci Weaver is a Registered Nurse and Yoga instructor from Portsmouth, Ohio. She will be sharing tools and techniques that have been game changing for her personal mental health journey. She will be teaching meditative gentle yoga sessions that focus on releasing tension stored in the body and promote a feeling of ease and empowerment for adolescents, as well as chair Yoga for seniors. She will also be available for group and individual sessions on various wellness topics, such as nervous system regulation, stress management, and recognizing and changing destructive thought patterns.
Tim is the founder behind Family Coaching Services, and a Co-Founder of Wide Wonder, a groundbreaking initiative aimed at eradicating addiction and emotional health stigmas and creating the world’s first stigma-free city.
His mission is etched in advocacy, family support, and empowerment. As a family recovery coach, mentor, and support specialist (not a therapist), with 21 years experience navigating addiction and behavioral health challenges he embarks on a journey with those touched by the clutches of addiction, as well as mental and emotional health challenges meeting them right where they stand, tailoring his approach to their unique needs.
Peer Support Space was founded as a peer-led organization, that exists outside of the current system, where we use our lived experience to support and hold space for one another as we navigate our unique journeys with life struggles, mental illness and/or substance misuse challenges, neurodivergence, disability, grief, trauma, or other obstacles to mental wellness. We use, and help others use, the power of lived experience to support, educate, and guide one another while providing additional, free options for mental wellness.
We acknowledge that the current mental health system continues to repeatedly fail specific communities disproportionately. We focus on catching individuals that fall through the cracks of our mental health system. We help those (18+) navigating mental illness and/or substance misuse challenges, neurodivergence, disability, grief, trauma, or other obstacles to mental wellness. This is done while focusing on Black, Latinx, immigrant, LGBTQ+, disabled folx, and other communities that show statistically higher rates of mental health challenges and/or lack of access to affordable and accessible mental wellness options that practice cultural humility. Those traditionally accessing mental health services, including peer services, are affluent, cisgender, heterosexual, and white. At Peer Support Space, we have a deep focus on diversity and filling gaps for services that, just, don’t exist. We consistently do community needs assessments to identify who lacking access to mental health services so we can support those communities in creating their own peer-led recovery resources.