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2400 W Dunlap Ave Suite 124, Phoenix, AZ 85021

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16155 N 83rd Ave Suite 211 Peoria, AZ 85382


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About Foundations for Change

At Foundations for Change, we’re dedicated to delivering high quality, innovative mental healthcare and psychiatric services. Our staff is a multidisciplinary team of prescribing providers and therapists, offering a range of mental health services for ADHD, depression, OCD, autism, eating disorders, anxiety, sexual and physical trauma, and PTSD. We have advanced training in child and adolescent psychiatry and we specialize in difficult-to-treat depression and trauma in adults, as well as care for military and first responders. Our approach at Foundations for Change is holistic, making sure to acknowledge all factors that may be contributing to the illness.


Farrah Lamoreux | PMHNP-BC

Farrah specializes in the treatment of Adult Mental Health, providing diagnosis, medication management, referral to therapy and other ancillary services. Farrah describes her approach as “treating the whole person,” as chronic health concerns can have an influence on mental health. She believes in working with the patient to achieve the best possible outcomes.

Farrah became a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner out of her lifelong experience with her own brother with Down Syndrome, as well as those with other special needs. Her mother is a nurse who worked in inpatient psychiatric units and primary care, so nursing was a natural choice. Farrah is also a dog lover, and has just started training her dog Mudd to be a therapy dog.

Farrah has experience in treating persons with severe mental illness, ADHD, post release sex-offenders, court ordered treatment, as well as those with various intellectual disabilities and could be described as powerful advocate for her patients. Farrah’s familial background, combined with her experiences in growing up and attending school in Iowa has shaped her warm, honest approach to treating people. Her ideal patient is someone who is committed to actively working as a team member in their mental health journey.

Additionally, Farrah strives to make sure that every patient feels heard in addition to making patients feel comfortable via relaxed, warm and friendly atmosphere. Her 12 years of experience in community mental health has taught her many ways of getting patients affordable access to treatments they need, whether it is affordable medication, or genetic testing.



Jania Davis | DNP, PMHNP-BC

Dr. Jania Davis is a Family Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner who specializes in treating children and adolescents with 18 years of experience in the family behavioral health field. She is dedicated to pursuing the latest and most advanced treatments and interventions available in psychiatry today.

Her experience in acute child and adolescent psychiatry cultivated a passion to treat at-risk youth by bringing consistency and stability to the lives of children and adolescents who feel unheard, find it difficult to communicate their needs, feel dysfunction, inconsistency, or have experienced trauma. Jania combines psychopharmacological and psychotherapeutic approaches, with an individualized treatment plan to find a consistent and strong foundation for self-awareness and behavior change focusing on patient autonomy, psychoeducation and incorporating a thorough multi-disciplinary and holistic approach to wellness.

Jania brings nearly two decades of experience in the family behavioral health field. Her experience as a psychiatric nurse is in multiple treatment settings for children, adults, and geriatrics. As a Family Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, she has treated and diagnosed mental health disorders in geriatric psychiatry, chemical dependency, adult general mental, child and adolescents in the acute inpatient and outpatient settings with extensive experience with the adolescent population. In 2021, Jania and her team at St. Luke’s Behavioral Health won the MercyCare RISE Award for Advocacy and Collaboration for developing and implementing a specialized program for youth victims of sex trafficking.

Jania completed her Doctoral studies, Magna Cum Laude at Arizona State University. Her practice philosophy begins with a foundational and unwavering belief in the human ability to succeed with change and resiliency.



Bonnie Lenyard | FNP-C PMHNP-BC

Bonnie specializes in treating anxiety, depression, PTSD and ADHD. With experience in general neurology and psychiatric medicine, Bonnie is dedicated to critically assessing her clients’ symptoms and providing them with the most accurate diagnosis and best care possible.

Bonnie has been working as Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) since 2014 in general neurology managing a variety of patients such as those with seizure disorders, MS, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia, stroke, brain injuries and diseases (such as pseudotumor cerebri), Grave’s disease, Huntington’s disease, Turner’s syndrome, Potts’s disease, Spinal cord injuries and migraines.

Bonnie works with patients of all ages to help achieve better mental health. She is dual certified in both Family Practice and Psychiatric Mental Health disciplines. She has been in healthcare for over 32 years, a Registered Nurse for over 27 years with her last eight years as RN at Mayo Clinic in surgery. She has always considered it a privilege to be able to help others and enjoys learning about new products and techniques to help her patients.

Bonnie enjoys volunteer work, such as working with Free Arts for Abused Children AZ, a non-profit organization that provides free art and music lessons to at-risk children in the foster and detention system. She has been married for 27 years to her USAF retired husband. They have four children and she is also a USAF veteran herself, serving four years active and four years active reserve during nursing school.


Heather Brady | LPC

After receiving her master’s degree with distinction in clinical mental health counseling, Heather’s journey as an individual and group therapist began in residential treatment, where she specialized in acceptance and commitment therapy, as well as trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy, with diverse youth and their families. Her clinical work includes skill-coping development, attachment and communication improvements, and behavioral modification. Heather also worked as clinical coordinator and continues to serve her community as supervisor for various mental health programs as well as developer of human trafficking awareness and recovery programs in both residential and outpatient settings.

As an Arizona native, Heather spent her youth as a devoted singer, dancer, and actor. Through many life challenges, including sustaining a performance injury, Heather cultivated the seeds planted through spirituality, therapy, and determination to grow and thrive beyond life’s obstacles. Heather’s career path and life experiences have exposed her to a wide variety of individuals from all walks of life who have shared their wisdom, supporting her in her transition from performer to therapist, and she has never looked back. For Heather, there has never been a more meaningful and valued role than that of a healing helper.

Heather chose to become a therapist to contribute to the enlightenment of humankind. She believes in providing a transcendent experience for all, thereby tailoring therapy to each individual’s unique needs. Heather’s education and experience have taught her to celebrate each person’s story as they all deserve honor. Through this honor of our stories,  may we find peace.



Alison Strandberg | MA, CRC, LPC

Alison holds a Bachelor’s in Rehabilitation and a Master’s in Counselling: Rehabilitation and Mental Health from the University of Arizona, and she is a certified Rehabilitation Counselor as well as a Licenced Professional Counselor. She specializes in individual, group, and family therapy using CBT, play therapy, sand tray, and DBT approaches. She primarily works with children and adolescents, although she also treats adults. Alison has been using Sand Tray Therapy and play therapy interventions to help people process their lived experiences via their own language and other forms of expression.

Alison has delivered comprehensive DBT services to patients in both outpatient and inpatient settings, and she worked in community-based mental health organizations that support marginalized communities, underserved populations, and grant funded services for LGBTQ youth.

Alison is enthusiastic about advocacy and psychoeducation, and she employs a strengths-based, person centered approach to her treatment. She is a passionate clinician who is providing psychedelic-assisted therapy to assist those in their healing journey through a more embodied experience.


Our team specializes in a variety of mental health areas

Mood Disorders in Young Children

Eating Disorders in Children and Adolescents

Post Traumatic Stress and Psychotic Disorders in Children and Adolescents

Sexual And Physical Trauma in Children and Adolescents

ADHD in Children and Adolescents

OCD in Children and Adolescents

Extensive Combat Environment Training and Experience , including Crisis Management and Assessment and Treatment of Post-Traumatic Disorders within a military context

Extensive First Responder Training and Experience, including: Training With Police And Fire Departments, Crisis Management, and Assessment and Treatment of Post-Traumatic Disorders within a First Responder Context.


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