2020 Board of Directors


Shauna Havlina, LMFT


Shauna is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist working in private practice in Redding, California. New to the board in 2020, Shauna is excited to learn more about how she can serve the local community in this capacity. 

Shauna graduated from Fuller School of Psychology in Pasadena, California in 2008 and was licensed in 2011. She spent six years working for high risk foster and adopt children in Los Angeles County. She then became a supervisor for Children's Bureau in Southern California. Shauna moved with her family to Redding in 2016. 

Shauna specializes in Perinatal Mood Disorders and enjoys working with expecting and new mothers. She also has years of experience working with anxiety disorders, stress, PTSD, panic, and OCD. 

She has three young children and balances time between her practice and home. In her free time Shauna enjoys yoga, hiking, and paddle boarding with her family. 

Program Coordinator

Allison Pinkerton, LMFT 


Allison is excited to join the CAMFT Board as Secretary. Allison is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Redding. Allison is a graduate of the Marriage and Family Counseling program at Sonoma State University (2013). She earned her Bachelors of Arts in psychology with a concentration on child development from Gonzaga University, Magna Cum Laude (2008). Gonzaga provided a strong foundation in attachment theory, and has driven her relational training. Allison has extensive training in family and group therapy Her work in Sonoma, Placer and Shasta County agencies built a broad range of experience in mental health needs and treatment. Allison focuses her treatment is the power of moment-to-moment self-compassion in order to increase self-awareness and self-regulation. Her clinical interests include addressing the impact of chronic physical diagnosis on mental health and self-management. Along side private practice Allison serves Shasta Community Health Center in Family Practice Department.

 Allison is married with a beautiful baby girl. She and her family enjoy skiing, paddle boarding, her boxer puppy, back packing, running, yoga, and settling into the NCAA March Madness every year!


Angela MacDougall, LMFT


Angela is new to the board in 2021 and is a licensed marriage & family therapist working in private practice in downtown Redding.  She wishes to learn how to best serve the community as well as meet other therapists. 

Angela has been working with kids in foster youth and restorative justice in Tehama county since 2009 before moving to private practice. She specializes in working with teens, gender identity, women’s issues, veterans and trauma.  She is trained in EMDR and sand tray. 

Angela was born & raised in Redding and loves spending time enjoying all of the beauty the area has to offer. She is passionate about health and holistic wellness and loves learning new things.  She spends her free time with family, hiking, weightlifting, fishing or practicing hot yoga.  

Technology Coordinator

Jenny L. Young, LMFT


Jenny is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who works with children, adults, couples and families. She strives to create a safe and supportive environment where client and clinician can work in collaboration to resolve current issues, promote healing from past trauma, and to increase self-awareness and confidence. 

Jenny grew up here in Redding, CA and loves the area's beautiful surroundings. There's something about water, be it the river, the creeks, the water falls, the lakes...that bring peace. The sounds and sights transport one to an introspective place of calm.

Jenny is the mother of three adult children and the adopted grandmother of many. Her family bring meaning and joy to her life, exemplifying the unconditional love and connection that she tries to bring to her practice.


Alicia Mills, LMFT


Membership Director

Danni Mason, LMFT


Danni Mason, LMFT, previously served on the RRC-CAMFT Board as Treasurer for two terms and has returned to the board for the 2021-2022 term as Membership Coordinator (?? is that my title??). Danni is excited to continue her efforts to network our community of treatment providers together in spite of the limitations presented by the pandemic. Danni graduated with her Masters in Marriage & Family Therapy from Loma Linda University in 1995. She has been in private practice since she was licensed in 2002 and has been serving the Redding community since 2006. She specializes in Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, Childhood Abuse, and Drug & Alcohol Recovery work with clients. She is looking forward to increasing our membership in the coming year so providers can take advantage of the professional trainings that our chapter has to offer. 

 Pre-licensed Member At Large

Korey Barboza, AMFT


Korey Barboza, Associate Marriage & Family Therapist, AMFT122343 under the supervision of Haley Sadler Korey Barboza is an Associate Marriage & Family Therapist working under Haley Sadler, M.A., LMFT who enjoys working with individuals who have experienced trauma, mood disorders, codependency and relational problems. Korey also sees couples who are wanting to improve their communication, reignite the passion in their relationships, and deepen the intimacy with one another. Korey utilizes mindfulness, Person Centered therapy and elements of Dialectal Behavioral Therapy, tailoring treatment to meet the needs of the individual.

Korey grew up in Eureka, CA where she was raised with beautiful scenery and attended high school. She moved to Redding in 2011 where she attended Shasta College and Simpson for undergraduate studies. During this time she fell in love with the surrounding nature and community of Shasta County. Korey graduated from Simpson University with her Masters in Counseling Psychology in 2020. Korey earned a majority of her practicum hours volunteering at One Safe Place, working with those who have experienced sexual assault and domestic violence.

Korey spends her free time in nature, adventuring with her dog, cooking, playing chess and learning guitar. She is passionate about holistic health that includes the physical, emotional, and spiritual aspects of herself and those around her. She believes that relationships make life worth living and she strives to live in the moment.

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