Kurtis Gruoner is an Associate Professional Clinical Counselor (7719) registered in California who has been practicing psychotherapy for two years. Kurtis is a graduate from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles where he received his Master of Arts degree in Counseling. Kurtis completed his undergraduate education at California Lutheran University where he received his B.A in Psychology with an emphasis in family and children development. After finishing grad school, Kurtis completed his intern experience working for U.S. vets as an intern therapist. Kurtis worked at various Community College Veteran Resource Centers and assisted veterans through transitioning back into civilian life. Kurtis’ experience consists of working in a residential rehab facility with clients that have co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders. While being a part of Matt Rohr and Associates team, Kurtis has assisted adolescents in developing their social skills through TEEN LOUNGE, provided consistent quality care for his clients, and helped increase personal awareness. Kurtis’ experience ranges from depression, anxiety, substance abuse, relational issues, grief, emotional regulation, self-esteem, mood disorders, trauma focused, anger management, behavioral concerns, increase social skills, and identity issues. Kurtis is currently working towards becoming licensed as a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and enjoys working with adolescents, teens, and young adults. Kurtis can be reached at

Daniel Hermosillo is an Associate Marriage & Family Psychotherapist and Associate Professional Clinical Counselor who has been practicing since 2018 working with individuals, groups, and families. Mr. Hermosillo graduated from Pepperdine University in Malibu, California with a Master of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology. Mr. Hermosillo completed his undergraduate studies at the Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, IL with a Bachelor of Science in Workforce Education and Development. Mr. Hermosillo did his practicum studies at Counseling Partners of Los Angeles working with teenagers in a school setting and New Direction for Veterans; a residential treatment program for dually diagnosed veterans. Mr. Hermosillo most recently worked as an Outpatient Therapist at Project 180, supporting those that are/were involved in the justice system adopt societal norms to reduce their legal involvement and become functional members of society. Mr. Hermosillo additionally is a veteran and served his country in the U.S. Army. Mr. Hermosillo is looking forward to facilitating TEEN LOUNGE, a social skill building group for teenage boys. Mr. Hermosillo can be reached at