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Meet our Staff

Dr. Jennifer Crofts (she/her/hers)

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Crofts is the director and founder of Safe Harbor Counseling and Advocacy LLC. She received her doctorate degree from Wright State University’s School of Professional Psychology and received training as a generalist clinical psychologist. Dr Crofts gained experience in working with clients across different developmental stages. Currently Dr. Crofts specializes in the provision of bilingual (Spanish/English) mental health services to adults from marginalized populations including people with disabilities, LGBT+ community and people of color.

Dr. Crofts is passionate about working with trauma, acculturation difficulties, neurodivergence and challenging systems of oppression. 

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Estifani Rodriguez (she/her/hers)

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

Estifani holds a master’s degree from Rollins College, where she also completed a Certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy. Estifani has primarily worked with adults across the lifespan.  She has extensive experience working with survivors of domestic violence and sexual violence, people living with chronic illness and disabilities, and college students.  Estifani specializes in working with trauma survivors, LGBT+ community, neurodivergence, and relationship concerns.  


She deeply believes in the human capacity to heal, the possibility of designing and living a meaningful life, and the power of relationships and connection in helping us achieve our goals.  Estifani works hard to apply a liberatory and intersectional lens to challenge oppressive systems in her work with clients.  

Yael Rivera (she/her/hers)

Registered Clinical Social Work Intern

Yael holds a Master of Social Work from Florida State University and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Central Florida. She values social justice, self-compassion, and inclusion. She has a passion for working with the LGBTQ+ community, college students, and survivors of trauma.

Yael uses a person-centered and trauma-informed approach with clients. She is passionate about helping others on their unique healing journey. She believes that through a supportive and empowering alliance clients can better navigate their healing process. She has worked with clients coping with trauma, relationship concerns, anxiety, sexual assault, domestic violence, identity exploration and life transitions. 


Leilani Lopez (she/her/hers)

Registered Mental Health Counseling Intern

Leilani holds a Master in Counseling for Mental Health and Wellness from New York University and a Bachelor of Science in Child and Family Studies from the State University of New York at Oneonta. She has experience working with individuals, teens, children, and families. She works collaboratively with clients who are coping with a broad range of difficulties: anxiety, depression, stress, interpersonal relationship challenges, symptom management, crisis management, behavioral issues, and implementing coping skills.


Leilani utilizes a collaborative person-centered approach to help clients strengthen their coping skills and meet their individual goals. She believes that trust and effective communication are the cornerstones of successful therapeutic relationships.

Aliya Landi (she/her/hers)

Registered Mental Health Counseling Intern

Aliya holds a Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling from Capella University and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from UCF. She strives to continue working with neurodivergent individuals who seek to learn how to navigate their daily struggles best. She is also passionate about providing care for people struggling with a large range of struggles including depression, anxiety, relationship challenges, trauma, stress, and symptom management.


Aliya utilizes a person-centered approach by collaborating with clients to help highlight their natural strengths and learn skills to include coping and communication. Aliya is enthusiastic about providing a safe and supportive environment for individuals to express their full range of thoughts and emotions in hopes of helping them work through difficult times in their lives. 

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