Charlie Health is the largest virtual provider of mental healthcare for youth and families in crisis. We are here to meet you exactly where you are, whether you are struggling with PTSD, major depression, panic attacks, suicide ideation, traumatic brain injury, or any other number of high acuity mental health issues, Charlie Health's team of masters-level clinicians and care team are ready to help you start the journey toward sustainable healing.
Hello! You are taking such a courageous step by seeking support to change your life. Change can be hard, I get that and respect it. Whether you are dealing with a loud inner critic, stress, anxiety, depression, ADHD, life transitions, relationship/parenting concerns, or lingering past trauma, we will work to heal inner wounds and address external challenges so you can be well personally, professionally, and relationally. Together we will identify your unique goals, and work through life's stuck points to cultivate the life you deeply desire. When you are at your best and taken care of, every other part of your life benefits.
My name is Sarah Albertson, MS, LCPC, and I am a Marriage and Family Counselor here in beautiful Bozeman, MT. As a therapist, I strive to provide a safe, comfortable, and productive environment for my clients to explore traumas, attachment, fears, anxieties and any other concerns and goals they may bring to my office. I strongly believe in empowering clients to see and build on their natural strengths and resiliency, and I would be honored to work alongside you in your journey, wherever life may have taken you to this point.
Accepting new self-pay, teletherapy clients! I have specific training working with couples and families dealing with the impacts of infidelity, addiction, chronic illness and grief. I primarily use Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) and find that focusing on attachment needs and desires, within the family and couple unit result in powerful change. I have a passion for helping people understand their past hurts, grief and trauma and how these wounds may be impacting their current problems. From a place of acceptance and validation, my goal is to help my clients move toward more secure bonds and relationships in their lives.
My mentor said to me: “we get there together.” This means that we need one another to go the distance. Grief, anxiety, trauma, depression, relational conflicts or any number of other challenges can lead to feeling disconnected, distressed, or ashamed. I aim to provide an empathetic presence to provide support, healthy reflection, and hope as we find healthy change to pursue. Counseling can be proactive too (before our crisis). If you are interested in understanding yourself better, developing healthy coping skills, exploring your beliefs, or strengthening your relational skills I would love to partner with you.
My name is Jessica Bozman and I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. I am strongly devoted to cultivating human connection by focusing on personal strengths. This helps foster a renewed sense of hope by emphasizing the holistic individual. For the past eight years, I have focused my practice on working with children, adolescents, adults and families from all cultures and backgrounds. I am passionate about working with individuals conflicted with anxiety stemming from past trauma. Our attachment to this world and our connection with others is cultivated during childhood.
For 13 years I have been working in a variety of therapeutic, medical and educational settings to provide the care that individuals need to work through life's difficult moments. With a strong background in medical social work, I provide healthcare counseling for those affected by chronic pain, long term illness and disease, new medical diagnosis, sleep disorders, grief/loss, anxiety, and depression. I base treatment off of current research and science based approaches to healing, and work closely with the other health care providers on an individual's team to help providers better understand the complex relationship between mental and physical health.
Our natural responses to interactions or events can sometimes cause unwanted emotional, psychological, and physiological difficulties that come as a surprise. I enjoy collaborating with people to build understanding into the way mind and body interact and to clarify and shift patterns and beliefs in order to relieve distress and find fulfillment in life.
We are moving from our previous focus on individual therapy to a focus on group therapy. This decision is based on several factors, the most important of which is Sub Rosa’s commitment to interdependent systems of individual and community wellness. Over the past year we have worked with clients individually using sublingual and IM Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP). To address the level of interest, in our upcoming model of service delivery, we will let the shared cost of group sessions bring down the cost to each individual person.
I work with children, adolescents, and any individuals or couples who are struggling with understanding who they are and where they fit into the world. This may include difficulties with depression, anxiety, interpersonal/family conflicts, eating disorders, trauma, and a variety of other concerns. I am particularly interested in helping people develop insight and self-awareness, with the ultimate end of increased understanding of one’s self, goals, and sense of belonging in the world. Therapy can be a challenging yet life-enriching process, and I welcome the opportunity to collaborate with clients to help nourish deep connections.
It can be empowering to have an active role in the therapy process. I believe in a collaborative partnership with my clients where I provide support and the tools to help make lasting changes. I believe every person has the right to their own self-determination, to make their own choices and manage their own life. I utilize evidence-based theories such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Interpersonal Process to guide my work and influence the interventions used throughout each session. My goal as your therapist is to help you navigate difficulties while supporting you in utilizing and recognizing your own strengths and resilience.
The most important part of therapy is that you connect/feel safe with your therapist, and finding that therapist can be difficult, especially right now. Call or send me an email to arrange a free consultation and lets see if we think we're a good fit. Trust yourself, ask questions, you've come this far, you will find someone that seems right for you. Life is hard at the moment and you're probably ready for something to change, but what? I advocate for fierce joy, tolerating uncertainty and loss, digging deep, genuine relationships, holding ourselves accountable, playing to strengths, & being compassionate about our challenges.
Accepting new clients. Counseling provides an opportunity to connect more deeply to the self through exploring emotions, relationships, and experiences. I practice from a holistic and emotion-focused perspective to support clients in their journey of healing and growth. Challenges can arise at any stage in life and counseling offers a supportive and nonjudgemental space to explore and work through any difficulties you may be experiencing.
*** Not currently accepting new clients*** Seeking therapy is often a reflection of significant discomfort in your life. Maybe you feel that your emotions have become difficult to manage, or perhaps you feel numb to them. You might feel stuck in your relationships or job, or perhaps you have experienced a significant event (positive or negative) and are having difficulty adjusting to or making sense of it. These are just a few of the many situations that therapy can help you navigate by taking a curious approach to your thoughts and feelings and deepening your understanding of yourself, your relationships, and your mind.
***ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS*** My practice focuses on assisting you to reach your own personal goals. I utilize a strengths based, person centered approach to counseling in order to ensure you feel heard and understood without judgement. I appreciate your opinions and values that are unique to you and believe everyone is entitled to their own perspective. I have expertise in Solution Focused Therapy, Perinatal Mood Disorders, behavior management, and grief counseling with children. My skill set is targeted to children aged 8-17 and adults.
Join me to build relationships where you have a choice in how you react, where you feel more deeply connected to friends and family and feel more at peace with yourself. You may come in with a history of break ups, challenging relationships, parent-child conflict, partner conflict, anxiety, depression, mood fluctuations, and life experiences that have been holding you or your family back. Together we begin a process of unfolding your story. Often by looking back and examining the past, we build a foundation to begin understanding how your relationships, family, and environment are impacting your experience.
My ideal client is someone who wants to work on their issues. It’s not necessarily with someone who is without concerns about counseling, but someone who feels stuck. It may even be someone who has a sense about how to move forward, but wants some companionship on the road of change. I successfully deal with a physical disability so I often work with people who feel they can’t find a way to overcome their challenges whether it is mental illness, problems coping, physical disability or chronic illness. Generally I help people succeed in getting their lives back or who simply need some help moving forward.
Whether this is your first experience with counseling or you are a well-seasoned participant in psychotherapy, starting a new therapeutic relationship can feel overwhelming. In our time together, you can expect a safe, supportive, and accepting space that nurtures healing and personal growth. I use an integrative approach that is person-centered, mindfulness-informed, and focused on meaning-making. I also utilize cognitive and behavioral approaches to collaboratively develop new ways of relating to thoughts, coping, and regulating emotions. My approach is holistic, attending to mind, body, and spirituality.
Whether you are struggling with the anxieties associated with your everyday life, facing a life transition or encountering a life crisis; I believe counseling can be beneficial. I provide a safe and confidential space for clients to explore their personal challenges. I have worked with both individuals and couples. My work has included (but is not limited to) experience in anxiety, depression, infertility, life transitions, relationship issues, trauma and sexual assault/abuse. I am certified in the Mind Body Program for Infertility and have worked with many individuals and couples struggling with fertility.
What type of mental health professional is right for me?
Some of the most common types of mental health providers in Bozeman are psychologists, licensed counselors, therapists, psychotherapists, and licensed clinical social workers, all of whom diagnose mental health conditions and provide individualized treatment.
Services offered, education and credentials vary by type of mental health professional. Each professional in Bozeman then may specialize in certain areas, such as depression, marriage counseling, or anxiety. Although many mental health providers are not licensed to prescribe medication, they may coordinate with a provider who can.
Both in-person and online therapy sessions are available from most psychologists.
How to find a specialist?
You can refine your search using the filters on this page. There are several categories you can filter by to find mental health professionals with the experience you are looking for. You may want to filter for CBT Psychologists in Bozeman, or Child Psychologists in Bozeman.
Many find it useful to use filters to view only psychologists that have experience working with certain issues, like Bozeman psychologists specializing in EMDR.
What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no 'right way.’ Each method of therapy can be beneficial for a variety of issues. Psychologists in Bozeman specialize in therapeutic approaches such as CBT, EMDR, and Interpersonal Therapy (IPT), among others. Finding a psychologist or therapist who is a good fit for you is the most important step to discovering what type of therapy, or combination of therapeutic approaches, will meet your individual needs. Learn what to expect from different types of therapy and how they work.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.