At Hope & Healing Counseling Services our therapist come with years of experience working with individuals, couples, and families. Each of our therapists come with different experiences and techniques to help with each person that walks through our doors.


Raymond Hernandez, LMFT #115217





I empathize with my clients and try to walk alongside them, putting my feet in their shoes. What better way to help a person than to walk a mile in their shoes, see where they've been, and discover where they want to go. As your therapist, I believe that each individual has the strength to overcome what is hindering their life and to learn what they have control over.


My experience has been with children, youth, adolescents, couples, and adults. The specialties that I work in are special needs population, depression, anxiety, behavior modification, ADHD, Emotionally disturbed, Individualized Educational Plans (IEP), and parenting. 


Anna Topuzoglu, LMFT #115083

As a Bilingual Licensed Marriage Family Therapist (LMFT),  Anna works with a deep sense of empathy and compassion by creating conditions for the client to grow through the therapeutic relationship with the presence of congruence, empathy, and unconditional positive regard. Throughout Anna's professional journey Ann has worked with different cultural populationss children (3-14), adolescents (15-17) adults (18-55), geriatric adults (55-78) providing individual, family, couples, and group therapy.


Anna's AMFT status was completed at non-profit agencies including but not limited to the Riverside Department Of  Behavioral Health. Ann's specialties are family conflict (trauma, abuse, domestic violence),  Depression, Anxiety, Behavioral Issues, Parenting, and Substance Use.  Anna has knowledge, training, and experience with different therapy modalities such as CBT, DBT,  CCT, and MI. Ann also completed training and worked as a Family-Centered Therapist  (FCT).  

Prior to becoming an LMFT, Ann worked as a Spanish Court Certified Interpreter for the State of California, Executive Office of Immigration Review (EOIR) and Department of  Justice (DOJ).

Bilingual Therapist 

Clinical Director 

Antonio Rodriguez is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LSCW), who has experience working in community mental health and private practice setting, Antonio had the privilege to work with a variety of Client's (children, adolescents, and adults) dealing with various stressors (anxiety, depression, parenting issues, etc.). 

Antonio provides trauma-informed care and utilizes an eclectic combination of clinical theories and techniques to help guide his work.  He believes that each person is the expert of their own life and he works collaboratively with individuals and families to identify the steps to move forward in a positive direction. In this journey of life, therapy can serve as a guide to help you be mindful of your own experiences, future aspirations, as well as identify inner resources and strengths to begin towards the path of peace, hope, and healing. Antonio provides services in English and Spanish.

Jose Rodriguez, LCSW #171716


Bilingual  Therapist 


Andreea Tomescu, LMFT #51288

Bio Coming soon 

Clinical Supervisor


Tenesha Thompson-Hoskins, LMFT # 113049

Tenesha Thompson-Hoskins is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Tenesha has over 20 plus years experience working with young adults, mature adults, families and couples. Tenesha has worked for  Betty Ford Center for nearly 15 years as a clinician, working directly with clients and families suffering from substance abuse utilizing a 12 step model. As a clinician, Tenesha works with clients to heal from unresolved childhood issues, trauma issues, grief, anxiety, depression, poor self-esteem, codependency, and boundaries issues along with relationship issues as well. 


During this unprecedented time, extra support may be necessary and knowing that one doesn’t have to take this journey alone. Tenesha personally knows that recovery and wellness are possible.  Tenesha has worked also as a facilitator of intensive codependency workshops with a coed group of adults. Tenesha has also ran groups on anger management and other issues as well. Tenesha provides an experience of being able to work with a diverse group of individuals. Asking for help takes courage, but please know that journey to get and seek help doesn’t have to be done alone.


Ann Chiconie, LCSW# 21634

Ann is a graduate of The University of Hawaii with a Master's degree in Social Work.   An undergraduate degree from San Jose State in Recreation and Business.  Ann has been in the social work field for many years including being a therapist in group homes, a social worker in Santa Clara County working with the Adult Protective Services.  Ann has many years of service working with a team to help families deal with everyday stress, working towards work, life balance, and co-occurring issues. With clients, Ann believes in strength-based and solution-focused therapists.  Ann believes that many times the client has the answers but just needs to talk about it in a safe and trusting atmosphere.

Vanessa Mullen is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist, with a Master's in counseling psychology. She has experience working in community mental health, non-profit counseling centers, and private practice. She enjoys helping young adults learn to utilize healthy coping skills to manage issues like anxiety, depression, and difficult life transitions. Vanessa also works with children and educates parents on positive parenting strategies that improve behaviors and family functioning. Through an eclectic approach, Vanessa tailors each client's treatment to fit their current needs and goals. As your therapist, her goal is to provide you with a warm, safe, and non-judgemental space to explore your thoughts and emotions. Servicios disponibles en Español.


Vanessa Mullen, LMFT # 125278

Bilingual  Therapist 


Kiavash Ebadat, LMFT# 125966

Many times we tend to hide our insecurities. When we feel worthless or hopeless we cover it by isolating, keeping busy, or we may become defensive or try anything to deny or avoid the issue. This is a way of coping that helps us survive in a world that is full of opinions and judgments. However it is the opinions and judgements we have of ourselves that can be more damaging as we are our own worst critics. We may have thought we have been handling our issues effectively by avoiding or hiding. But now we are at a point where we are overwhelmed with unresolved issues and they have become more complicated and difficult to overcome. We are being forced to confront our issues while in relationships with others, and that makes us feel very uncomfortable. 


However, feeling uncomfortable is how you begin changing and overcoming challenges in your life. Come join me as we embark on your life journey and see which parts you have avoided that are giving you a difficult time today. We will work towards helping you overcome your past so that you can finally move forward in a healthy and positive way. You will also learn to appreciate yourself and the experiences that made you the person you are today. Are you ready? Looking forward to meeting you. 


Carmen Telles, AMFT# 120884 

Carmen Telles  is a graduate from the University of La Verne with a Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy.  She has a focus in working with children and adolescents. Carmen also has experience working with individuals, couples, and family systems. She enjoys helping people improve upon their quality of mental health. She strives to be mindful and understanding of each person’s experiences, culture, and values.

Bilingual  Therapist 


Delia Valenzuela, LCSW

Bio Coming soon