Meet Our Team
Catherine Whiting, PhD
I have always wanted to be a psychologist and I feel really lucky to be able to work at the job I have always wanted to do. It was a long road, but if you choose to work with me, I believe you will see that I am passionate about walking beside people as they heal.
Trudy Woodard, LPC
Congratulations on making the courageous first step! Finding a therapist you connect with can feel a bit overwhelming and scary. Are you curious about new ways to approach the challenges in your life? All our life experiences represent building blocks of who we are today, yet they do not have to define who we aspire to be tomorrow.
Blakely Hunze, LPC
I enjoy working with high functioning (“over controlled”) clients who find themselves presenting “perfectly” on the outside but feeling overwhelmed internally. I always try to take a compassionate, warm approach to evidenced-based therapy and enjoy working with clients who are anxious about trying therapy.
Nicole J. Peak, PhD
Choosing the right therapist is not just about credentials. Sure, you want well-trained therapists that offer the most effective services, but if you don’t connect or can’t communicate with your therapist, your treatment is not going to work.
Kelsey Piller, LPC, LAC
I enjoy working with adolescents, military members/first responders, and spouses. By personalizing therapy to your strengths, while also offering a collaborative and accepting stance, I help those struggling with depression, anxiety, addiction, trauma, and life transitions learn to cope in more effective ways. I am looking forward to working with you.
Danielle Dunham, LPC
I am originally trained in Marriage and Family therapy; thus, I enjoy working with individuals, couples and families alike. I have extensive training and experience in evidence-based and strength-based therapy working with depression, anxiety, eating disorders, grief and loss, trauma, addiction and recovery, and relationship challenges. I often use humor and aim to be authentic, attentive, and supportive in each and every session.
Jeremy Hartke, LPC
I work to build a non-judgmental space where every person is welcomed with the same warmth. I am comfortable working with adolescents, adults, and couples from any background. By using a blended approach, I like to create a treatment plan that is specific to you and your needs. I work primarily with anxiety, depression, trauma, and communication concerns in relationships.
Amanda Riddle, LMFT
I utilize careful assessment with a unique brain-based, strengths-based approach that offers hope and encouragement to people who are suffering, struggling, or just feeling stuck in a negative place. Using a systemic approach to treatment, I take into consideration each client’s biological, psychological, and social contexts. My therapy room is a safe haven where you can lay down your burdens and gain insight with non-judgmental support.
Sarah Pellizzari, LCSW
I believe in a person-centered approach, because we are all unique individuals and therapy is not ‘one size fits all’. I have found that taking this approach along with having solid tools in my tool kit have helped many clients on their journey toward healing and enhancing their lives. I believe in using authenticity, warmth, and transparency in the therapeutic relationship to help clients feel comfortable and safe.
Chelsea Gustafson, Regional Office Manager
I focus on creating relationships with patients, their families, and the community along with overseeing the daily operations of the company. It is my goal to make the process of finding a therapist seamless by reviewing matching criteria and helping our patients find an expert to address individual concerns. I am completely invested in the care and support of others in their pursuit of living a better life.
Kimbrlei McCain, LPC, NCC
I prioritize creating a space where people are free to be honest and authentic. I enjoy working with people who feel “stuck” or are struggling with confidence and self-esteem, especially during young adulthood. I also enjoy working with clients struggling with depression, anxiety, women’s issues, LGBTQ+ clients, sexual assault trauma, and substance abuse.
David Mills, LPC
I am inclined inclined towards cognitive therapies and processing and take an evidenced based approach to help individuals overcome a variety of challenges. I understand finding a counselor who is a good fit can sometimes be intimidating and I strive to create a space in which clients feel relaxed and open to processing struggles and insecurities. I enjoy working with adolescents and adults of all backgrounds. When working with clients, I tailor my therapeutic approach to clients, helping with concerns of anxiety, depression, trauma, suicidal thoughts, and grief.