Meet our Clinical Supervisors
Patty Jaime, PPS, LPCC
Mental Health Director/Clinical Supervisor
Patty Jaime received both her School Counselor Credential and Master of Counseling degree from CSU Sacramento in 2010. She enjoys gardening, hiking, and exploring new places.
“The world is unsettled and COVID-19 has thrown us all into unchartered waters. No one has been left untouched. The stress of life’s uncertainties can catapult us into depression, anxiety, and other painful challenges. The desire of our mental health team is to walk alongside you on this journey we call life, helping you to navigate the twists, turns, and transitions you must take. RISE therapists customize therapy to best suit each student and client. Our desire is to empower you to find the best path to healing and growth in your life.”
Priscilla Padilla, LMFT
Priscilla Padilla has been licensed since 2016 (93433). She obtained her Master's degree from CSUS. Priscilla divides her time between seeing clients at her private practice in Sacramento and as of September 2018, providing supervision as a Clinical Supervisor for RISE, Inc. She enjoys helping counseling trainees and associates master counseling skills to better serve their clients. Priscilla's interests include traveling, being surrounded by nature and most of all spending time with family and friends
Joanne Fuller, LMFT
Joanne Fuller (44371) has been licensed since February 2007 and divides her time between seeing clients at her private practice in Woodland and providing Clinical Supervision at RISE.
"My first love is providing intensive supervision for clinicians, which I have done for the last 6 years. I believe strong clinical supervision can help therapist's master new skills, give them confidence and empower them to trust their instincts and their abilities to serve their clients."
In her spare time, Joanne enjoys caring for her 3 dogs, 4 cats, 3 goats, 1 horse, 1 donkey, and 20 chickens. And her spare, spare time, she loves to read.
Meet our Counselor Trainee's
" I am currently working on my Marriage and Family Therapy Master's degree at CSU, East Bay. I have experience working with and supporting children and families in various capacities within the community. My work has expanded from working in non-profit agencies such as residential centers, therapeutic nursery schools, and supporting the local head starts. My approach is warm collaborative, and strength-based creating a safe and supportive space where new tools and resources can be developed. I enjoy spending time outdoors, gardening, hiking, reading, and just having down time for self-care."
I am currently finishing my Master of Social Work degree through the University of Denver and have experience working with children and young adults in a variety of clinical settings. I started my career in software sales before transitioning into a role where I can help people thrive and be an ally to those who need it. I am passionate about a person-centric approach to my work, giving each individual I serve the space they need to grow on their own terms. I operate with a strengths-based focus and aim to help people, groups, and families be at their best. In my free time, I enjoy rocking out on guitar, writing and recording my own music, and watching soccer.
Rianna is currently finishing up her Master’s degree in Social Work from Western New Mexico University. She has been working with youth and families for the past 9 years. Rianna started her career working in the schools as a facilitator of life skills and young women empowerment groups. She moved on to work with transitional aged youth and survivors of violence. She values the role of supporting youth to help them make the best informed decisions for themselves. “I am very passionate about social justice and supporting others while utilizing a strength-based approach . I want to help empower the community. “
"I’m in the process of completing my Master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at the California School of Professional Psychology. I have several years of experience working with children in a variety of professional settings, as well as training in child focused therapeutic techniques. My approach to therapy is to create a warm and compassionate environment where children can learn new tools to support them as they grow. Outside of school, I enjoy spending time with my family, gardening, and learning about different topics around health and wellness."
Lucinda received her Master’s of Social Work degree from California State University, Sacramento in 2019. She has previously worked for various schools and mental health agencies. Lucinda has a heart for serving children and families and believes in the wonders of a strengths based approach. She believes that seeing the strengths in our students and offering a safe, nonjudgmental space is so important in a therapeutic setting. In her spare time, Lucinda enjoys journaling, learning fun facts, and spending time with family and friends.
"I am currently in the process of obtaining my Masters of Arts in Counseling through the Townsend Institute at Concordia Univerisity Irvine. I am looking forward to serving children and supporting them emotionally and socially for success at home, school, and life. When I am not busy writing papers for school, I am kept busy by my wonderful, rambunctious six and eight-year-old sons. You can usually find me researching nutrition and health, cooking, and volunteering in the community. "