Meghan Doenges, LPCC

Meghan Doenges, LPCC

“The privilege of a lifetime is to become who you truly are”. This quote was written by Carl Jung, a psychoanalyst who is well-known for his work in dream analysis. This exemplifies the philosophy I bring to counseling and my life overall. I take an empowered approach...
Anne Bartlett, RSMT, LSW

Anne Bartlett, RSMT, LSW

In my own journey with depression, anxiety, grief and trauma I have turned time and again to my body as a source of wisdom and grounding. I have experienced first-hand the inextricable interconnection between the body and the mind– what we think affects how we feel...
Doug Hunderman, M. Div.

Doug Hunderman, M. Div.

I have been pastoring for nearly forty years, in churches from Utah, Colorado, New Mexico and Michigan and beyond. In those years I have been involved in a lot of marriage and family counseling. While I am formally retired from the pastorate I am still involved in...
Jennifer Diethrich, LPC

Jennifer Diethrich, LPC

Many children, teens and adults struggle with relationships, emotional regulation and depression. Stress, life events and emotional and mental health challenges can feel burdensome and these challenges are hard to take on by yourself. I have been a child and...
Jenny McDermed, LPCC

Jenny McDermed, LPCC

First and foremost, please take a moment to commend yourself for making the decision to seek therapy. This decision takes courage and strength. I imagine that the path you’ve walked up until now has been difficult, confusing, scary, lonely, or an array of other...