Melissa Albaugh, LAMFT
Mental Health Practitioner
Melissa Albaugh, M.A., joined Face to Face as an Intensive Systemic Therapist in January 2019. Melissa has previous experience providing in-home and outpatient therapy to individuals, couples and families. Melissa has additional experience working with parents and with children ages 0-4 and incorporates an attachment-based lens believing that our early relationships can lay the foundation for how we experience ourselves and others. Melissa provides a gentle, strength-based, and relational approach to her work with clients. Melissa finds value in how communal, cultural, and familial factors shape who we are and how these pieces can also help support us in healing. As a white cis-gender therapist, Melissa recognizes it is crucial to the therapeutic experience that she works to create a safe space for people of all cultural identities, gender identities, and sexualities.
Tija Andriamananjara, MA
Children’s Mental Health Case Manager
Tija Andriamananjara, MA joined Face to Face Mental Health department in December 2018. She does Targeted Children’s Mental Health Case Management contracted through Ramsey County. Tija previously worked in various nonprofits in the cities, in the same field, as well as in child development arena. Her areas of interests include trauma, behavioral science and cultural/family issues.