Child Therapists

Meet Our Therapists

Here at the Bridge Center it is very important to us that you work with someone who is able to meet your needs and expectations. Our therapists all have a variety of experience and expertise, in addition to extensive training with children, parents and families. We invite you to get to know all our therapists and make a suggestion who you may feel is the best fit to work with you, your child, or family. 

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Alicia Lord, MA, LPC

Director, Supervisor, Lead Therapist

Alicia has worked in a variety of settings with children and families, expanding her knowledge and love for helping families feel supported and accepted. Her main focus has been on anxiety, energy regulation, and fear-based behaviors. Additionally, she has has been published in various online publications and offers extended support for families through our online blog. 

Tanner Hayes, MA, LPCC

Therapist, Intake Coordinator

Tanner has experience working with children, adolescents, and families in various environments.  She is passionate about working with social, emotional, and behavioral challenges that arise within families. Tanner utilizes a holistic approach, emphasizing thoughts, emotions, and physical wellbeing. Being empathetic, grounded, and calm allows her to provide a comfortable space for families to express and process emotions.

Coreena "Coco" Menk, MA, NLC


Coco’s passion is to support youth during life transitions to foster joy, resilience, hope, and zest. Coco has worked with children and adolescents for over 10 years. She began with instructing dance, followed by teaching at an early childhood development center and went on to instruct music. During her MA program at Naropa University, she began mental health work with marginalized youth. Here, she developed her skills in working with youth to navigate anxiety, self-esteem issues, and overwhelming emotions. Coco leads with compassion and believes collaboration, empathy, and acceptance are essential to healing.

Sheridan Hall, MA, LPCC


Sheridan has worked with children and adolescents experiencing anxiety, depression, perfectionism, and trauma. She enjoys finding the unique beauty and brilliance in each child and creating a space for them to express themselves and their emotions fully. She hopes to partner with parents to see children flourish. She is thankful for the opportunity that play therapy provides to learn and grow alongside children as they find healing and freedom. With patience, gentleness, presence, and authenticity she offers children a place to be who they are and explore their thoughts, feelings, and identity.