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Community Businesses Changing Lives

Northern Lights Therapy & For The Kulture Entertainment

By: Chrystal Allen-O'Jon


Today marked a joint grand opening with Northern Lights Therapy, PLLC and Healthy, delicious food was provided by Roots Eatery (a new Maricopa staple).

These two organizations will change so many lives for the better utilizing various forms of music and therapy. In light of social media fatigue, suicide and emotional trauma, our community needs these kinds of organizations and we should do all that we can to support them.

Meet the Northern Lights Therapists

BRIANNA REINHOLD, LPC, CFRC Licensed Professional Counselor Certified First Responder Counselor Clinical Director / Board Approved Supervisor Owner

KATLYN LAWSON, LAC Licensed Associate Counselor

DANA MCGEE, LPC Licensed Professional Counselor

MIA HOLDEN, LAMFT Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist

BRIANNA “BRIMARIE” MURPHY Licensed Associate Counselor

LISA TAPIA, LAMFT Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist


Bringing the light of love and music to the center is the owner of For The Kulture Inc is Jelani Elliott aka DjMentalz. Mr. Elliott's genuine love for young people extends to his monthly Safe House events held at Maricopa Water and Ice the first Saturday of each month. His life mantra " Making a Difference For The Kulture Through Music" is bringing healing to the young people of Maricopa.

Check out a few grand opening pictures

Visit these organizations for more information

Office Location

21300 N John Wayne Parkway, Suite #103 Maricopa, AZ 85139 (623)243-2774

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