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Kelsey O'Connell Ashmore, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Every person, regardless of what they have been through or where they come from, has the capacity to heal. This is the core belief that drives my work with clients. If you choose to work with me, I will provide a compassionate and non-judgmental environment where you can start to grow, change, and find peace. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, I have experience working with clients facing trauma, attachment concerns, anxiety, depression, conflict, parenting issues, eating disorders, grief, chronic or terminal illness, and prenatal and postpartum transition. "
(406) 241-5217
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"Every person, regardless of what they have been through or where they come from, has the capacity to heal. This is the core belief that drives my work with clients. If you choose to work with me, I will provide a compassionate and non-judgmental environment where you can start to grow, change, and find peace. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, I have experience working with clients facing trauma, attachment concerns, anxiety, depression, conflict, parenting issues, eating disorders, grief, chronic or terminal illness, and prenatal and postpartum transition. "
David Michael Hardy, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, LCPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"The teenage years can be really tough on teens AND their parents. Changes happen that can throw their emotions on a rollercoaster -- sadness, worry or anger can take over. Friends can push a teen toward dangerous choices. Add on the stress of high school, early romantic relationships, working towards independence, and there are all sorts of places that a teenager can struggle. It takes a special sort of counselor to work with a teen. Someone who is serious and kind when they struggle, but keeps a sense of humor, wonder and joy that can connect with them past those struggles."
(406) 548-5309
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"The teenage years can be really tough on teens AND their parents. Changes happen that can throw their emotions on a rollercoaster -- sadness, worry or anger can take over. Friends can push a teen toward dangerous choices. Add on the stress of high school, early romantic relationships, working towards independence, and there are all sorts of places that a teenager can struggle. It takes a special sort of counselor to work with a teen. Someone who is serious and kind when they struggle, but keeps a sense of humor, wonder and joy that can connect with them past those struggles."
Melissa Costigan Davis, LCPC, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LCPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe at the core of each of our experiences in life is our felt sense of feeling safe or unsafe in relationships and situations. I also believe that our nervous system is inherently linked to how we are responding to people & situations. The acknowledgement of our nervous system requires us to connect to our body & become an active observer of how we are managing or coping while being in the world. This process is focused on initially helping people begin to find things that make them feel better & resourced & then moving towards the "hot button topics" once we have reached a more resilient place in our systems. "
(406) 551-9554
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"I believe at the core of each of our experiences in life is our felt sense of feeling safe or unsafe in relationships and situations. I also believe that our nervous system is inherently linked to how we are responding to people & situations. The acknowledgement of our nervous system requires us to connect to our body & become an active observer of how we are managing or coping while being in the world. This process is focused on initially helping people begin to find things that make them feel better & resourced & then moving towards the "hot button topics" once we have reached a more resilient place in our systems. "
Sylvia Lindinger-Sternart, Counselor
Counselor, PhD, MS, MA, LCPC, CRC
Verified by Psychology Today
""My approach is empowering, respectful, and creative to assist you in being in charge of change. My clinical experience includes individual, couple, and group counseling in institutional settings such as an inpatient substance abuse clinic, a college counseling center, psychiatric clinics, a community mental health center and private practice. I work with diverse populations across the globe and love travelling to engage with other cultures. My theoretical counseling approach is integrative and includes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT, REBT, DBT), Existential Therapy, and Emotion-Focused Couple Therapy. I also integrate mindfulness and positive psychology to support your strengths.""
(517) 507-3101
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""My approach is empowering, respectful, and creative to assist you in being in charge of change. My clinical experience includes individual, couple, and group counseling in institutional settings such as an inpatient substance abuse clinic, a college counseling center, psychiatric clinics, a community mental health center and private practice. I work with diverse populations across the globe and love travelling to engage with other cultures. My theoretical counseling approach is integrative and includes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT, REBT, DBT), Existential Therapy, and Emotion-Focused Couple Therapy. I also integrate mindfulness and positive psychology to support your strengths.""
Lisa H Hjelmstad, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LMFT, LAC, SAP, MSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am committed to helping clients move through a variety of challenges by building self-awareness, learning and practicing new skills, and growing in their relationships. I provide integrated client centered solution focused therapy using diverse approaches to match client needs. My approach regardless is trauma informed, sensitive to a client's attachment style and developmental needs. I have a special interest in solution focused, mindfulness based practices, somatic experiencing, emotional regulation and distress tolerance techniques, acceptance and commitment therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and adaptive information processing. I am skilled in marriage and family work as well as evaluation."
(406) 578-0646
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"I am committed to helping clients move through a variety of challenges by building self-awareness, learning and practicing new skills, and growing in their relationships. I provide integrated client centered solution focused therapy using diverse approaches to match client needs. My approach regardless is trauma informed, sensitive to a client's attachment style and developmental needs. I have a special interest in solution focused, mindfulness based practices, somatic experiencing, emotional regulation and distress tolerance techniques, acceptance and commitment therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and adaptive information processing. I am skilled in marriage and family work as well as evaluation."
Larissa Olson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am open to working with anyone that seeks out help. We can work together to identify and reach your goals and find solutions in your life. Whether you are thinking about therapy for the first time or are more experienced, I am excited to meet and get to know you. "
(406) 203-1883
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"I am open to working with anyone that seeks out help. We can work together to identify and reach your goals and find solutions in your life. Whether you are thinking about therapy for the first time or are more experienced, I am excited to meet and get to know you. "
Jayme Jares, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LAC, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I received a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology with a minor of Sociology and Anthropology from Rocky Mountain College in 2006. I hold a Masters Degree in Social Work from Walla Walla University and am a licensed clinical social worker and a licensed addictions counselor."
(406) 545-0738
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"I received a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology with a minor of Sociology and Anthropology from Rocky Mountain College in 2006. I hold a Masters Degree in Social Work from Walla Walla University and am a licensed clinical social worker and a licensed addictions counselor."
Counselor, LCPC, LMFT, CSAT, CST, CMAT
Verified by Psychology Today
"As a Certified Sex Addiction Therapists licensed in the State of Montana, we offer confidential Tele-health counseling services to those struggling with porn addiction, sex addiction, compulsive sexual behavior and infidelity. We also work with spouses, partners and family members in their struggle to understand and heal from the hurtful and often traumatic impact of these behaviors. "
(406) 318-6404
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"As a Certified Sex Addiction Therapists licensed in the State of Montana, we offer confidential Tele-health counseling services to those struggling with porn addiction, sex addiction, compulsive sexual behavior and infidelity. We also work with spouses, partners and family members in their struggle to understand and heal from the hurtful and often traumatic impact of these behaviors. "
Andrew Klement, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCPC
Verified by Psychology Today
Butte, Montana 59701
"Andrew has been working in the mental health field for over 18 years. Andrew's heart and passion is to help people clarify the immense confusion which can arise when they enter their internal worlds. So often we avoid looking at what is inside for fear that it will distress, sadden, or overwhelm us. I believe my job as a Counselor is to help you to discover, understand, and accept what is there, and to help you make sense of the process and the outcome, and ultimately, to find peace."
(406) 848-0204
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Butte, Montana 59701
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"Andrew has been working in the mental health field for over 18 years. Andrew's heart and passion is to help people clarify the immense confusion which can arise when they enter their internal worlds. So often we avoid looking at what is inside for fear that it will distress, sadden, or overwhelm us. I believe my job as a Counselor is to help you to discover, understand, and accept what is there, and to help you make sense of the process and the outcome, and ultimately, to find peace."
Laura Furniss,
MS, PCLC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Transitions are a part of life, and sometimes they can be challenging. We all sometimes struggle, and at times need some help to get where from where we are to where we want to be. Transitions can range from normal family changes involving marriage, parenting, and children moving out, to times of trauma, loss and grief. I utilize a wellness-focused approach, taking into account the client's own spiritual beliefs and values. I believe that most us already know the way, and sometimes just need a little help getting back on the path. I help you focus on how to bring you back into balance and connection with others. "
(406) 420-8703
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"Transitions are a part of life, and sometimes they can be challenging. We all sometimes struggle, and at times need some help to get where from where we are to where we want to be. Transitions can range from normal family changes involving marriage, parenting, and children moving out, to times of trauma, loss and grief. I utilize a wellness-focused approach, taking into account the client's own spiritual beliefs and values. I believe that most us already know the way, and sometimes just need a little help getting back on the path. I help you focus on how to bring you back into balance and connection with others. "
Ruth Story, Counselor
Counselor, LCPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I provide counseling services to children, adolescents, and adults. My goal is to provide a supportive environment of unconditional positive regard and acceptance to assist you with healing and personal growth. I seek to provide gentle guidance to help family members relate to each other in more helpful, kind, and dignity-promoting ways. I have recently received training in Somatic Experiencing which is an experiential method that helps people heal through engaging the nervous system. My approach is person centered and eclectic as I use CBT, and Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) in addition to Somatic Experiencing in my approach."
(406) 534-7708
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"I provide counseling services to children, adolescents, and adults. My goal is to provide a supportive environment of unconditional positive regard and acceptance to assist you with healing and personal growth. I seek to provide gentle guidance to help family members relate to each other in more helpful, kind, and dignity-promoting ways. I have recently received training in Somatic Experiencing which is an experiential method that helps people heal through engaging the nervous system. My approach is person centered and eclectic as I use CBT, and Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) in addition to Somatic Experiencing in my approach."
Therapy with Tiffany, Counselor
Counselor, LCPC, LAC
Verified by Psychology Today
"My goal as your therapist is to meet you where you are at and help you navigate through the process of growth and healing. I have been in the human service field in some capacity since 2009. I use a person centered approach and believe that being authentic is an important part of the counseling process. I have primary worked with adolescents and adults with addictions and mental health. In this practice it is my goal to help the client feel safe enough to talk honestly and open with me to work through all aspects of their life."
(406) 412-4329
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"My goal as your therapist is to meet you where you are at and help you navigate through the process of growth and healing. I have been in the human service field in some capacity since 2009. I use a person centered approach and believe that being authentic is an important part of the counseling process. I have primary worked with adolescents and adults with addictions and mental health. In this practice it is my goal to help the client feel safe enough to talk honestly and open with me to work through all aspects of their life."
Elizabeth Urschel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MFA, MSW, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I take a respectful, collaborative, positive approach with my clients, trusting in each person's unique inner resources and drive for emotional security and wellbeing. Grounded in humanistic and existential perspectives, I believe that even amid great suffering, we have capacity to develop new strengths, meaning, purpose, self awareness, hope, new paths, and future orientation. Attachment-oriented and strengths-based, I take the stance of an expert companion, journeying alongside my clients. Often, I utilize creative approaches, including narrative, journaling, mindfulness, tactile, somatic, humor, and other forms of expression. "
(406) 412-1512
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"I take a respectful, collaborative, positive approach with my clients, trusting in each person's unique inner resources and drive for emotional security and wellbeing. Grounded in humanistic and existential perspectives, I believe that even amid great suffering, we have capacity to develop new strengths, meaning, purpose, self awareness, hope, new paths, and future orientation. Attachment-oriented and strengths-based, I take the stance of an expert companion, journeying alongside my clients. Often, I utilize creative approaches, including narrative, journaling, mindfulness, tactile, somatic, humor, and other forms of expression. "
Lexi Frank Newhall, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT, LCPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Therapy can be an occasion of self-discovery, self-actualization and physical, mental and spiritual healing. I am a practitioner of integrative psychotherapy and I specialize in working with women of all ages. With the use of integrative techniques of mindfulness and guided imagery, we will explore each moment openly, shedding old life scripts, relaxing defense mechanisms and engaging fully to help you find clarity, connect to your own unique nature, and find the path that works for you. Together, we will explore the experiences and beliefs that shape who you are and build the strengths you already possess."
(415) 917-1252
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"Therapy can be an occasion of self-discovery, self-actualization and physical, mental and spiritual healing. I am a practitioner of integrative psychotherapy and I specialize in working with women of all ages. With the use of integrative techniques of mindfulness and guided imagery, we will explore each moment openly, shedding old life scripts, relaxing defense mechanisms and engaging fully to help you find clarity, connect to your own unique nature, and find the path that works for you. Together, we will explore the experiences and beliefs that shape who you are and build the strengths you already possess."
Marc Ruggiero, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"My area of focus and specialty has been with preteens and adolescents for the past 15 years. Through working with teens I inevitably work with their parents and I'm comfortable working with adults as individuals or couples on their own issues. I can also be a guiding hand to help them improve their parenting skills with a Love and Logic approach. I'm experienced with complicated family systems and truly believe that creating change for a teen requires work from the entire family to help support that change. Teens are malleable and are very capable of change if given the proper support. "
(406) 412-2668
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"My area of focus and specialty has been with preteens and adolescents for the past 15 years. Through working with teens I inevitably work with their parents and I'm comfortable working with adults as individuals or couples on their own issues. I can also be a guiding hand to help them improve their parenting skills with a Love and Logic approach. I'm experienced with complicated family systems and truly believe that creating change for a teen requires work from the entire family to help support that change. Teens are malleable and are very capable of change if given the proper support. "
Julia Chandler, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LCPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Have you ever experienced an emotion that felt uncontrollable and unexplainable? Do you feel like you or your child have been struggling to find purpose or direction in life? It can feel scary and incredibly lonely not having words to explain what is happening. The heart of my therapy revolves around creating a safe, warm, supportive environment to help one begin their journey towards holistic healing. There is so much power that comes from having a validating, non-judgemental space to process the difficulties in life. "
(406) 413-9679
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"Have you ever experienced an emotion that felt uncontrollable and unexplainable? Do you feel like you or your child have been struggling to find purpose or direction in life? It can feel scary and incredibly lonely not having words to explain what is happening. The heart of my therapy revolves around creating a safe, warm, supportive environment to help one begin their journey towards holistic healing. There is so much power that comes from having a validating, non-judgemental space to process the difficulties in life. "
Debbie Viegut, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Life has a way of throwing us situations that can seem overwhelming and impossible. Assistance from the right therapist can help you push past what you know now to get to where you want to be. I believe through understanding how your own experiences affect how you manage your life today, is key in exacting change. I also believe through establishing positive relationships with my clients, I am able to earn their trust so that I may guide them to the belief that they have the power within themselves to promote the necessary changes."
(406) 948-4232
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"Life has a way of throwing us situations that can seem overwhelming and impossible. Assistance from the right therapist can help you push past what you know now to get to where you want to be. I believe through understanding how your own experiences affect how you manage your life today, is key in exacting change. I also believe through establishing positive relationships with my clients, I am able to earn their trust so that I may guide them to the belief that they have the power within themselves to promote the necessary changes."
Jaime Horigan, Drug & Alcohol Counselor
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, LAC, PCLC, MEd
Verified by Psychology Today
"Through empathy and compassion, I work to establish a genuine connection with my clients in an effort to help build resilience and develop positive self-awareness. Substance use disorders, history of trauma, anxiety, and depression often contribute to feelings of hopelessness and shame. As an experienced counselor I have been able to help my clients work through their struggles in life, develop safe coping skills, and encourage self-empowerment. My person-centered and compassionate approach to counseling helps my clients feel heard and accepted in an environment that is safe and free of judgment."
(406) 333-1253
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"Through empathy and compassion, I work to establish a genuine connection with my clients in an effort to help build resilience and develop positive self-awareness. Substance use disorders, history of trauma, anxiety, and depression often contribute to feelings of hopelessness and shame. As an experienced counselor I have been able to help my clients work through their struggles in life, develop safe coping skills, and encourage self-empowerment. My person-centered and compassionate approach to counseling helps my clients feel heard and accepted in an environment that is safe and free of judgment."
Shan Guisinger, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am out of the country on a research sabbatical until July, 2018. I will be taking new clients after July. I work with depression, eating disorders, and relationship problems. I strive to provide a safe place in which individuals can begin to change old patterns of doing things. I strongly believe in our resilience and ability to heal from trauma and our own unskillful choices. No one wants to be miserable and stuck, but sometimes hidden forces contribute to emotional problems. Biological, psychological, and social factors can all play a part in creating emotional health."
(406) 795-1093
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"I am out of the country on a research sabbatical until July, 2018. I will be taking new clients after July. I work with depression, eating disorders, and relationship problems. I strive to provide a safe place in which individuals can begin to change old patterns of doing things. I strongly believe in our resilience and ability to heal from trauma and our own unskillful choices. No one wants to be miserable and stuck, but sometimes hidden forces contribute to emotional problems. Biological, psychological, and social factors can all play a part in creating emotional health."
Hayley Allen-Blakney, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I serve Sanders County, MT and currently have offices in Plains and Thompson Falls. I work with a wide range of people: adults, adolescents and older children. I provide individual, family and group therapy. My philosophy is to meet each individual (or family) where they are and to provide support in navigating their journey. I have a holistic approach, and look at all the areas of a person's life (such as medical needs, finances and other environmental factors) in determining how to best support them. My therapeutic approach is shaped by my training and experience using CBT and DBT."
(406) 412-1947
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"I serve Sanders County, MT and currently have offices in Plains and Thompson Falls. I work with a wide range of people: adults, adolescents and older children. I provide individual, family and group therapy. My philosophy is to meet each individual (or family) where they are and to provide support in navigating their journey. I have a holistic approach, and look at all the areas of a person's life (such as medical needs, finances and other environmental factors) in determining how to best support them. My therapeutic approach is shaped by my training and experience using CBT and DBT."

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Attachment-based therapy in Montana is form of therapy that applies to interventions or approaches based on attachment theory, which explains how the relationship a parent has with its child influences development. These Therapists in Montana can help with Montana Attachment based therapy.

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For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Montana you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Montana and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Montana or family therapy in Montana.


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