Meet Our Staff

Owner/Clinical Director

Colleen Nomsa Chali
Clinical Director

Hi my name is Colleen Nomsa Chali, owner of Bridge Vision Licensed Clinical Social Worker Inc. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in the State of California. For a long time, I dreamt about being able to open up an outpatient mental health clinic, where I could work with individuals who needed mental health treatment in my own space and my own time. After I got licensed in 2009, I decided to work towards opening my own Private Practice, and in 2015 of May, I opened up my practice in downtown San Bernardino, as a sole proprietor. In 2016 I decided to change from a Sole Proprietor to an S Cooperation, so I could open up to other psychotherapist who would like to work for Bridge Vision as contractors, that way we can respond more readily to the demand for services.

Clinical Therapists

Karyn A. Anderson

Karyn completed her undergraduate degree from California state Northridge and completed her graduate studies at Pepperdine University. Karyn worked for 15 years with Patients suffering from severe and persistent mental illness through San Fernando Valley Community Mental Health Center, Inc. Karyn provide emergency mental health hospitalizations with Dignity Health Northridge Hospital in the ER department also for 15 years through San Fernando Valley Community Mental Health Center’s Inc. Karyn received her training working with children through Bienvenidos foster family agency along with working in their day treatment program for children where she worked for 4 years.

Karyn also worked for 4 years with La Puente Valley Mental Health in their Adult Day treatment Program which focused on the Severe and Persistently mentally ill adults.

Courtney Roushion

Courtney Roushion is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She has more than 12 years of child welfare experience and has done clinical therapy with parents and children involved in the child welfare system. She enjoys working with women and children, helping to empower them towards a healthier life. Ms. Roushion utilizes cognitive behavioral and solution focused techniques to help her clients reach their long and short term goals.

Patrice Scott

My name is Patrice Scott and I’m a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. My specialty is working with youth. I have experience working with families of diverse backgrounds, LGBTQ, mood disorders, anxiety, ODD, Conduct Disorder, gang population, group homes, and in the school setting. I’ve worked directly with county agencies, school districts, psychiatrists, and DMH.

Gabriela T. Gomez

Hello, I am Gabriela T. Gomez. I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist practicing in San Bernardino, California. I received my Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from University of California, Santa Barbara and my Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from Pepperdine University. I am Bilingual in Spanish. I see children, adolescents, adults, families, and couples.

My therapeutic style is eclectic. I utilize cognitive behavioral therapy, psychodynamic methods, mindfulness based approaches, and play therapy. My specialties include, depression, anxiety, parenting, relationships and work-related issues.

My goal as a Therapist is to provide a supportive environment and assist individuals, couples, and/or families to address their concerns and work together in helping them process their struggles.


Dolores P Cuevas

Hello, my name is Dolores P. Cuevas. I am a bilingual (Spanish) associate Marriage and Family Therapist. I received a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Northern Michigan University in Marquette, MI. I a received a Master’s Degree in Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from Azusa Pacific University.

I have experience working with families and individuals from diverse backgrounds in the Inland Empire. My therapeutic approach is curtailed to each individual in order to help my client in their journey toward growth. I use CBT, solution focused, family systems, EFT, and mindfulness techniques as part of my therapeutic approach with my client(s).

What I enjoy the most about being a therapist is connecting with my clients and having the privilege of facilitating growth and change for a family or an individual.

Amber Denal Simpson

Amber has been working in the mental health field for over 10 years. As a former Activities Therapist, Therapeutic Behavior Coach, and Marriage and Family Therapist. Amber has experience, working with culturally diverse individuals, couples, children, seniors, and families; clients diagnosed with variety of presenting problems including Trauma, Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Anxiety, and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.

She is a person-centered therapist who believes in change and the possibility to learn skills that can help one live a more fulfilled life. Amber has been certified evidence-base practices including: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Seeking Safety, Interpersonal Therapy, and MAPS.

Gabriela Montes

My name is Gabriela Montes. I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in California. I received my undergraduate degree from the University of California, Davis and my Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology from California Baptist University. I am Bilingual in Spanish and enjoy working with various cultural backgrounds.

I have experience working in an inpatient psychiatric hospital setting with adults. I also have experience doing therapy with children, families, adults, and older adults in outpatient settings (county contracted agencies and county facilities).

I am a caring and warm, yet directive therapist that is dedicated to providing individualized treatment to each person. It is my goal to provide a safe space by using a nonjudgmental and empathetic approach with my clients. Overall, my ultimate goal is to provide each client with support as we explore current/past struggles freely and learn new skills.

Outside of work, I enjoy time with my family, listening to podcasts, reading, cleaning, traveling, and resting.

Britney Conner

Hello, my name is Britney Conner and I am a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. For the past 11 years I have provided therapy to children, adolescents, adults, couples, and family in intensive therapy programs in community mental health agencies, residential, and juvenile justice facilities. In my work with children and adolescents, clients are taught the interventions and techniques necessary to improve low self-esteem, manage and express their anger appropriately, reduce any defiant and aggressive behaviors, eliminate substance abuse issues, and improve communication with parents and peers. In my work with adults, I have primarily worked with those experiencing depression, anxiety, anger, co-dependency issues, and substance abuse. In working with individuals, couples, and families, I have found that significant changes can be made when open and honest communication is encouraged and facilitated in a warm environment.

I utilize a variety of techniques tailored to fit the specific needs of my clients throughout their treatment in order to encourage and further the therapeutic process. I believe that it is my job as a therapist to provide my clients with a warm, non-judgmental, and safe therapeutic environment in which they are able to openly express their feelings and discuss the areas in their lives in which they feel changes need to be made in order for them to be satisfied. If you feel that my therapeutic style suits your needs, I look forward to the opportunity the assist you in navigating the journey toward accomplishing your goals.

Rebecca Mubvakure

Rebecca Mubvakure completed her Bachelor’s degree in Criminal justice and then her Master’s Degree in Counseling psychology from National University of San Bernardino. Rebecca has had the opportunity to work with a diverse population and has a strong 17-year customer relations background. Rebecca is licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist. Five years of counseling experience across a variety of treatment settings include; private practice, schools, community family clinics, head start, and San Bernardino county programs. Rebecca serves children, adolescents, adults, couples and families. Rebecca is easily adaptable and uses a blend of Cognitive Behavioral, Solution Focused, and psycho-education to individuals age six and up. A holistic approach is utilized by exploring with and educating clients about how mind, spirit and body are interconnected. Her theory is that if a client is willing to get a little uncomfortable, they can gain strong coping skills and meaningful change that will continue to help them through life’s continuous peaks and valleys.

Ludenia Coles

Ludenia Coles, APCC is a Graduate of Grand Canyon University holding a Masters in Professional Counseling, Certified Parenting Instructor, Certified Domestic Violence Counselor, Certified Anger Management Counselor , Licensed Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor.

My career has spanned over decades however my goals for family empowerment have remained the same. Balance and consistency is vital within the family, I have a responsibility to teach and help strengthen the people who take care of people, using Evidence-based Curriculums, loving, firm and positive approaches. Parents are their children’s most influential role models.


Ricky Chali
Office Manager, MBA

My Name is Ricky Chali. At Bridge Vision Inc., I work as office Manager where I manage administrative duties and ensuring the daily operations run smoothly. Bridge vision is a unique company and we work as a solid team while share a common vision of excellence. Away from work, I enjoy spending quality time with my wife and my wonderful 3 boys. I play the guitar and piano but strictly for my own ears. My greatest passion is singing, I sing bass but I also like to hit high notes which I fail to hit miserably.

Sithelwesihle Matshazi Seremwe
Case Manager

Sithelwesihle Matshazi Seremwe is a receptionist, clerk and case manager here at Bridge Vision Inc. She holds a BA in Psychology which has fueled her to pursue a career in helping people by making use of all the accumulated knowledge and skills at her disposal. Her focus and dedication often runs longer than her name, which according to her is no small feat. She enjoys music in all of its facets and often delves into the peace that can be found in it.

Angie Daniels
Front Desk Personnel

My name is Angie Daniels; I work at Bridge vision as front desk personnel. In the past I have worked as an office manager/ massage therapist in a Chiropractic office. I also have experience working as a clerk in the mental health field. What I really enjoy about working at Bridge vision are the people I meet on a daily basis, also hearing the positive impact therapy has and is having on their lives. Knowing that as a team here at Bridge vision lives are being changed one at a time is a great reward.