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The Team


Isaac Cruz

Associate Licensed Counselor


Jasmine Cobb

Clinical Psychology Intern

Isaac is passionate about serving his community. He was born in Mexico and raised in the state of Texas. Isaac relocated to Alabama in 2000 where he has found his true calling. He obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Montevallo and received a Master’s degree in Counseling from Faulkner University.


Isaac has a servant’s heart and as a minority he understands the importance of culture and one’s determination to strive for success. He has a unique perspective on communication and loves to connect with individuals who have struggled in the past. One of Isaac’s many talents is playing the guitar. He believes that music gives individuals the ability to connect with the world. Thanks to his bilingual skills he is able to connect with others in both English or Spanish.


Isaac preferred treatment modality is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) with a focus on trauma. He believes that both his life and professional experience can help others find their purpose and connect with the here and now. Isaac also understands that mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety, low self esteem, relationship struggles, grief, among other situations can be challenging on a day to day basis. However, he employs an evidence-based approach to help you reach your potential and discover your purpose. 

Jasmine Cobb is currently a student at Capella University working toward her Master's in Clinical Psychology with a concentration in the development of child and adolescent behavior. Jasmine graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Business Management from the University of Alabama at Birmingham in 2015 and served as an Organ Preservation Coordinator at the Alabama Organ Center in her previous occupation. She has a passion to serve and to prepare the minds of our youth for a higher education and success in their future life path. She has volunteered with many youth programs, schools and churches in various communities. Her current studies and research have been in providing proper education, resources, support and to also meet the socioemotional needs of all students with a focus on underprivileged and underserved youth.

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