Meet Our Practitioners

expressive arts therapist, laura hensely

Laura Hensley, Therapist


At mid-career, I wondered – what had gone wrong? I’d started grad school with excitement and an absorbing interest in the subject of psychology. I envisioned a professional practice that would let me delve deep into my true human potential, and help my clients do the same. Read More


art therapy, grief counseling

Vivi Steinfeld, Therapist


There have been points in my life where I felt disconnected from myself, weighed down by regrets and disappointment, or lost in sadness. Those times were often precipitated by a life stage change, some other change in circumstance, or by a perceived failure on my part. For me, navigating those hard times included having a vision of my best self, a willingness to bring to light the feelings, thoughts, and history that were weighing me down… Read More

Dayna Wood

Meet Dayna Wood, Founder


I’ve been there… I was tired, overburdened, not myself, and missing something essential. Balancing life’s demands is no easy task. However, after learning and applying advanced awareness tools – based on core principles founded in neuro leadership and mindfulness – I was able to approach life with curiosity, creativity, potency, and fun. Read More

Meet Alli Cravener, Office Manager


Alli is our office manager and writer who is passionate about connecting people through words. Alli studied English at Arizona State University, just recently moved to St. Pete and is enjoying paradise. Her interests include painting, history, and learning about other people.


Meet Cassie Brooks, Creative Director


Cassie is the director at Integrative Counsel! She’s also an actress and writer who is incredibly passionate about education and the way the brain works. Cassie has been with Integrative Counsel since 2014. Her work here at Integrative Counsel is beyond any labels- but that’s the way she likes it! On any given day you might find her at the beach, kombucha in hand, ideas spinning. And, if she’s not at the beach or in her home office, she’s probably watching Antiques Roadshow.