Priscilla Moore

Priscilla Moore

Mental Health Therapist

Priscilla is a Licensed Social Worker (LSW) and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor that is passionate about raising a generation to feel comfortable in any body/shape or size. Priscilla is an anti-diet, HAES aligned and ED informed therapist. With her lived experience(s) navigating her own journey to food freedom and body neutrality while being a neurodivergent, in her practice, she uses an anti-carceral lens that supports client autonomy. She is dedicated to providing a safe space without the presence of weight stigma, ableism and fat bias. Her goal in practice is to help her client’s + families feel empowered and seen wherever they are within their healing journey. She enjoys partnering with client’s that experience challenges within any spectrum of disordered eating including picky eating, Orthorexia, Anorexia, Bulimia, Binge Eating, ARFID, and OSFED. In addition, she enjoys helping support client’s that are facing challenges with ADHD, OCD, perfectionism, self-esteem and any co-occurring disorders. She primarily uses a client-centered, strength based and trauma-informed approach by using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, (ACT), with an emphasis on skill-building using Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT). She has a special interest in working with pre-teen picky eaters, adolescents, neurodivergent’s + young adults.

Megan Peck

Megan Peck

Owner and Practice Manager

I went to school to learn how to be the “perfect” parent. I double-mastered in early childhood education and family psychotherapy. I spent 8 years studying and working in the most diverse and varied socio-economic part of the country. I worked in classrooms and became a licensed therapist. I dedicated the first decade of my career providing therapeutic and educational support in the community.

Kathleen Yohe

Kathleen Yohe

Administrative Assistant

I taught 5th grade at St Joan of Arc for four years and then as a 3rd grade teacher and elementary Math specialist for five years at The Orchard School. Upon the birth of our middle of three children, Paige, I was thrust into a new world of medical needs, therapies, advocating, and a desire to learn more about health and wellness. Paige was born with Down syndrome. I believe in her wholeheartedly, just as I did my students when I was teaching. With the right supports in place, any child, any person can be successful. I am happy to be a part of Mini Minds working to serve families in finding supports to aid in their growth.