Our Story

Two mothers with over 40 years combined experience in the field of developmental disabilities decided to combine their private practices to form Spectra Support Services, LLC in 2012. Patricia J. Gonzalez, LPC, MT-BC brought with her extensive experience in school, hospital, private, and geriatric settings using music as the medium to promote change in her clients' physical, social, and emotional well-being. Her sister Maleita Olson, LCSW was developing a unique approach by blending her background in social work and behavior therapy with her extensive knowledge of the social service system to optimize outcomes for her clients.

​As private practitioners, both Patricia and Maleita witnessed the frustrations of families as they tried to “navigate the system” and secure the most effective supports for their family members.  As adult siblings of a brother with a disability, the two therapists personally experienced the service gaps and difficulty accessing resources that exist from preschool through adulthood. Spectra Support Services, LLC was born to provide a place where the unique needs and challenges of individuals with disabilities and their family members are accepted and understood. Their agency uses this knowledge as a foundation to designing supports that will promote change and improve lives.​

"We strive to be a place where you can turn, and we can help." ~Patricia & Maleita 

Our Mission

To provide holistic, strengths-based supports and interventions which improve the lives of individuals and their families by filling service gaps across the lifespan.

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Our Values

We strive to integrate in all that we do respect, potential, family and community .

  • We respect  the unique individuality of each person, no matter what challenges they face.
  • We encourage each individual to develop their strengths to lead them to meeting their full potential.
  • We believe in the fundamental role of a family and social supports as agents of change.
  • We seek to develop a community  within which all members of a family feel welcome, accepted, and understood.​​

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