About Laura Burton, LPC, Clinical Supervisor II, LPC
Are you feeling lost, unbalanced, disconnected, and anxious or depressed? Are you looking to gain passion and purpose in your life? I use therapy techniques to help you connect with your purpose and live a more balanced and authentic life. I provide counseling for men and women struggling with anxiety, depression, anger and/or relationship issues. […]
Jenny Riedel, LPC (she/her)
Welcome! You have begun one of the hardest steps; the process of finding a therapist. I have been there, and I know it can be accompanied by anxiety and feeling overwhelmed. My goal is to create safety in order for you to express your individuality. Every unique person has the right to heal in an […]
About Brit Tucker-Kline, LPCC (she/her)
I believe much of therapy is a journey of coming home to one’s truest self, by both uncovering what has been and cultivating something new. My intention is to ultimately support clients in creating a more connected and deepened relationship with themselves and their lives. Together, we will sit in the space of exploration creating more […]
About Justin Landen, LPCC
In times of great change and challenge on a societal, communal, and personal level it is helpful to know which path(s) will lead you to your home within. I utilize a client-centered approach which empowers you to take charge of your healing journey.[…]
About Samantha Loeffler, LSW
Often times we walk through our day-to-day feeling disconnected from our purpose or sense of self. Lost in expectations that we may feel from others or societally, it can be difficult to find this connection. […]
About Sabrina Rubaud, LSW
Taking the first step in finding a therapist is overwhelming and having to share your life story can make you feel vulnerable. I provide a person-centered and trauma-informed approach by creating a safe non-judgmental space to support you on your healing journey. I specialize in working with adults who are experiencing depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, […]
About Amanda Kocher, Intern (she/her)
A strong therapeutic relationship is the foundation for change, and my greatest commitment is showing up genuinely and authentically to each session. With that, you can expect warmth, humor, compassion, and vulnerability. I value connection, self-expression, and finding gratitude through honoring the light and shadows within ourselves and the world around us.
About Beverly Reimer, Intern (she/her)
Like many of you, my life has had many twists and turns - some of which I anticipated and many of which I did not. During those times, I found enormous help moving through these moments of struggle and overwhelm by seeing a therapist. The positive impact these relationships had on my life is the reason I chose counseling as my profession.
About Michael Smock, Intern
Brené Brown says one of the bravest things you can do is just show up, and here you are, taking a huge step in your journey of healing. Maybe it’s your first step, maybe it’s your tenth - either way, you are here now, and I truly look forward to getting to know you.
About Lindsey, Intern
My experience includes working with teens, young adults, adults, individuals and groups in inpatient, outpatient, and wilderness-based programs. I have supported individuals on issues including depression, anxiety, PTSD, CPTSD, personality disorders, life transitions, relationship issues, trauma, grief, and loss.
About Maya Schwan, Intern (she/her)
I am a graduate student currently pursuing my Master's Degree in Social Work at Arizona State University. I have experience in residential and outpatient counseling as well as community outreach. I have worked with adults and adolescents in both individual and group settings.
About Hannah Joslin, SWC
To the kids, teens and young adults who may be hurting or feeling lost in this sometimes scary world, welcome! Whether you were told you had to go to therapy or you made the choice for yourself, finding a safe human to open up to can be intimidating.
About Carrie Koushyk, Intern
We all experience moments in our lives where everything is in chaos, we feel disconnected from ourselves, and it feels like we are stumbling through impenetrable darkness. Depression, anxiety, traumatic experiences, and many other mental health conditions can make us feel alone, stuck, and hopeless.
About Daniel Dealny, Intern
The human experience is infinite and unique. As we step into our therapeutic relationship we will work with all parts of you and yours that you are open to bringing to this journey.