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Entera Therapy is a team of highly-skilled associate therapists and administrators.

Feel free to browse each bio and get to know a little more about each one of us, including our specialties and capabilities.

We look forward to meeting you!


Andrew Cantu, AMFT
Associate Marriage & Family Therapist


Jennifer Jaime, AMFT
Associate Marriage & Family Therapist


Pridjet Arikpo, AMFT
Associate Marriage & Family Therapist


Yolanda Padilla, AMFT
Associate Marriage & Family Therapist


Natalie Daher
Student Clinician


Alicia Flores

Client Success

Alicia enjoys working on a team with one common goal, helping our community heal. Making clients feel at ease and supported while scheduling them with one of our amazing therapists and associates. Alicia enjoys spending time with her husband and three daughters!


Erica Foster

Executive Assistant

Erica enjoys supporting our team of clinicians and administrative team to keep our systems and processes running smoothly. It is important to her that clients receive prompt responses and experience an easy and seamless scheduling process. She was born and raised in Fresno, and enjoys fun family adventures with her husband and three children!


Maddie Hodge

Administrative Support

Maddie is excited about supporting clients as they begin therapy, and she seeks to provide them with a smooth and helpful scheduling experience. She is currently a graduate student at California Baptist University, and she enjoys spending time with her husband, reading, hiking, and rock climbing.


Amber Hartley

Systems & Operations

Amber's specialty is working behind the scenes to make sure we are as organized and detailed as possible.  She is happy to assist clients with billing and payments, as well as supporting clinicians and other administrative  staff with whatever they may need. She enjoys traveling and spending time outdoors with friends and family.



Stephanie Zimmerman, LMFT

Entera Founder & Supervisor  |  License & State: MFT51755 California
*Does Not See Entera Clients*

I have been practicing as a therapist since 2007, and have supervised associates since 2016. My work as a supervisor is rooted in my passion for teaching, and my deeply-held belief that exploration and curiosity can lead to some of life's greatest gifts. My journey as a supervisor began as "lets try this out and see how it goes" and has developed into a personal joy and a foundation of my practice. As a supervisor, my goal is to provide a safe environment allowing the associate to learn and grow through experiencing both successes and failures. I work to create an inviting, approachable, and interactive space with each associate, considering each individual's unique gifts, skill sets, and needs to create an ideal learning environment and supervision approach. I hold to high expectations with lots of room for grace.


View Stephanie's Psychology Today profile to learn more about her personal specialties and areas of interest as a therapist.




Keila Stout, LMFT

Entera Supervisor  |  License: MFT86610 California  |  Graduated in 2012
*Does Not See Entera Clients*

I have been a practicing therapist for over 10 years with training in Dialectic Behavior Therapy, EMDR and Emotionally Focused Therapy. As a clinical supervisor, I want to provide a safe and open space for the associate to learn, process their experiences as clinicians and develop their clinical skills. I will work with associates to navigate the unique challenges their clients may face and help problem solve and identify effective interventions when they feel stuck. As therapists, we are constantly invited to engage in our own healing processes with the understanding that our growth will always positively impact the work we do with our clients. I want to provide the support and resources necessary for associates to navigate that process within themselves. I hope to motivate associates to walk into the therapy room with curiosity, wonder and humility toward the work they get to join their clients in.


View Keila's Psychology Today profile to learn more about her personal specialties and areas of interest as a therapist.


Nicki Trevino, LMFT

Entera Supervisor  |  License: MFT118452 California  |  Graduated in 2017
*Does Not See Entera Clients*

I have been practicing as a clinician since 2017 and became licensed as an LMFT in 2020. I have experience working at a college counseling center, Salvation Army, OnSite Counseling Program, The Well Counseling Center, and I have now been at Zimmerman Therapy Group for 2 years. I am EMDR trained and work from a trauma focused lens, along with incorporating psychodynamic and attachment theory through exploring early childhood experiences.  I believe that one of the best launchpads for growth is making mistakes and learning from them. My hope is to come alongside you in your journey of becoming a well-rounded therapist and help you grow through your weaknesses and deepen your knowledge. I also believe that one of the best therapeutic tools you have is yourself and I want to help you discover how you can best use that gift to help others. I will strive to make my supervision room similar to my therapy room: a safe and empathetic place.


View Nicki's Psychology Today profile to learn more about her personal specialties and areas of interest as a therapist.


Hong Vo, LMFT

Entera Supervisor  |  License: MFT113962 California  |  Graduated in 2015
*Does Not See Entera Clients*

I graduated from Fresno Pacific University in 2015 and became a licensed marriage and family therapist in 2019. I have experience working with foster youths, children, families, and adults at inpatient, outpatient, community, and school-based settings. My theoretical orientation is rooted in attachment therapy and I work from a trauma-informed, trauma-focused, person-centered, and strength-based perspective. I am trained in Motivational Interviewing (MI), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Psychosis (CBTp), EMDR, Graved Disability, and LPS Conservatorship.   Most pearls typically take two to four years to develop fully to become an exquisite piece of jewelry. Similarly, becoming a competent therapist is a gradual process that involves a few years of training, coaching, and mentoring. My goal as a clinical supervisor is to create a safe learning environment for each new associate to discover the joy of learning through exploration and to gain new perspectives from lessons learned from trials and errors. It is a privilege to share the knowledge, wisdom, and shortcomings that I’ve learned through the years from a former novice therapist to the next generation of new therapists. I’m excited to be a part of your professional growth and development on your journey to becoming a licensed marriage and family therapist.


Mark Barnes, PhD

Entera Supervisor
*Does Not See Entera Clients*

Mark Barnes, PhD., is a child psychologist who has worked with children and adolescents since 1984. He holds a doctorate in Clinical Psychology and is a licensed psychologist. He also holds a Master's degree in Marriage, Family, and Child Counseling. Dr. Barnes has diverse experience in treating children, adolescents, and their families in a variety of settings including hospitals, residential treatment centers, as well as day treatment and outpatient programs. Dr. Barnes has a specialty in psychological testing, as well as the treatment of depression, attention deficit disorder, and developmental issues of children and adolescents. Dr. Barnes follows a relationship based depth oriented approach when treating children and adolescents. Trained in Play and Sandplay treatment approaches, as well as interpersonal treatment strategies Dr. Barnes uses a variety of therapeutic approaches to assess and treat those who suffer from mild to severe mental health issues. Dr. Barnes has successfully treated children from as young as four years of age to young adulthood.