Eleanor Bolster

Eleanor Bolster

Being a human is nuanced, confusing, and hard – but has so much potential to be exciting, fulfilling, and joyful, as well. I enjoy helping people make sense of being a human, in whatever ways we can. I also recognize that sometimes things don’t make sense, but that...
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...
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...
Laurie Boyer (she/her), LMSW

Laurie Boyer (she/her), LMSW

Connecting with the right provider for your overall health and well-being is important. Knowing more about me and my counseling approach may assist you in making this courageous decision. I have been passionately serving in the healthcare field since 1988. My first...