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Insurances Joy Accepts;


Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield

Aetna and Aetna EAP


AllOne EAP

Blue Cross

Blue Shield

Curalinc EAP


Friday Health Plans

Hometown Health


PEBP state plan

Prime Healthcare

Prominence and senior plan

Tricare plans

Union trade insurance

Victim of Crime programs

Wellsprings EAP

Joy Quanrud Grimsley

LMFT, EMDR, Founder and Owner

Joy founded the Center for Therapy & Mediation because she wanted to offer clients mental health services in a safe, warm, and comfortable setting. She often describes the Center as a mental health mall, because 18 independent private practice clinicians offer a variety of services under one roof. All clinicians are licensed in individual, couple and family therapy, and some have additional credentials and/or areas of concentration. 

She has included complementary modalities at the Center, such as:  

  • family reunification and mediation
  • Deanna Lyons, CHT,  tapping, hypnotherapy, matrix re-imprinting, neuro-linguistic programming, and more. 
  • Reiki for balance, energy healing, and relaxation
  • Massage therapy with Shekina.
  • Japanese Ashiatsu Massage with Tiffany

As soon as you enter the Center, you can tell that Joy strives to make therapy a good experience, as you even can sip a cup of coffee/tea, listen to calming music, all while you wait for your session. To communicate directly with Joy, email [email protected]

You're welcome to call for a free consultation at 775-842-5669.


Joy's therapy dog provides

comfort and love to clients,

as she is all -sweetness.-


Living A Life Worth Living Page 1

Living A Life Worth Living Page 2

Anxiety & depression plague Nevadans as pandemic drags on. 

 Reno Gazette Journal

Sharpening Your Communication Skills With the One You Love

Forgiveness Part 1 of 2

Forgiveness Part 2 of 2

How Do I Know Whether I Should Seek Therapy?

How to Stay Connected with Your Partner

The Art of Adapting to Change

PUBLICATION: The Caughlin Rancher 2018

PUBLICATION: Higher Degrees Newsletter 2018

Why come to the Center?

Areas of concentration for therapists include but are not limited to:


Relationship Issues

Anxiety & Stress

Trauma & PTSD

Chronic Pain

Dual Diagnosis


Sexual Abuse

Domestic Violence

Emotional Abuse

Mediation & Unification

Mood Disorder


Stages of Life Changes

Grief & Loss

Divorce Issues

Blended Family Challenges

Suicide Ideation

Aging & Aging Parents

Life Coaching

Post Partum Depression

Pre-marital Counseling

Energy Balancing

Neuro Linguistic Programming

EMDR trauma recovery

Matrix Re-imprinting


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