Therapists

Our amazing team of caring and conscious counselors and therapists represent a wide variety of perspectives, cultural and life experiences, ages, and worldviews. What we share in common is a deep commitment to anti-oppression work, self-awareness and a compassionate response to suffering.

Our therapeutic approaches differ based on our values, style and experience. With a diverse set of skills and styles, we hope to match you with someone that meets your specific needs. However, we know that we are not always a perfect fit for everyone who walks through our door, so please let us know if you would like to try working with another counselor and you’ll move to the front of the waitlist to meet another of our clinicians.

Saying “no” to one therapist may activate worry about your clinician’s feelings of rejection, but we encourage you to trust that we are well-practiced at managing our own feelings in favor of meeting your needs. Our work would not be terribly meaningful to us if you were not maximizing your opportunity for growth and feeling the best possible fit.

Anna Brown, Student Intern

Individual and Relationship Therapist Philosophy and Approach: Life is made up through our experiences and making sense of your story might feel painful or scary to joyous and illuminating. My hope is to walk alongside you, listen curiously, and figure out how counseling can help – whether that be cultivating ...

Bax Wilder White, CSWA

Individual and Relationship Therapist Philosophy and Approach: I use a client-centered approach that is rooted in people’s inherent ability to heal and overcome obstacles. I strive to listen without judgment and validate your experience while supporting your process of exploration and change. I am collaborative and approach our work together with ...

Ben Froeschle, Student Intern

Individual and Relationship Therapist  Philosophy and Approach: I believe that some of our best internal healing comes out of mutual understanding achieved by radical curiosity. To have your emotions, experiences, and concerns reflected back to you with clarity and supportive understanding lays the foundation for healing and progress. This curiosity ...

Elyse Johansen, Student Intern

Individual and Relationship Therapist Philosophy and Approach: I take a relational, collaborative approach to counseling wherein autonomy, trust, and safety are paramount. I strive to co-create a therapeutic relationship in which you feel safe enough to express yourself authentically as we explore your inner world and the deeper layers of ...

Hannah Kuhns, Student Intern

Individual and Relationship Therapist Philosophy and Approach: I believe that the healing process begins with the act of understanding and experiencing the place that we are starting from. Behaviors and feelings are not arbitrary and they often come from long-held patterns and ideas that we have carried with us throughout our ...

Heather Sutch, LCSW

Clinical Co-Director | Individual and Relationship Therapist Philosophy and Approach: I believe that people have the capacity to find the way of living that serves them the best and aim to assist them in connecting to this. I believe that therapy is a collaborative experience between client and therapist, in ...

Jules Squires, Registered Associate

Individual and Relationship Therapist Philosophy and Approach: You are the expert on your life, both your experience and the direction you want for your future. Your goals and perspective take priority in my view of counseling. My role is to partner with you to map out our work together.   My ...

Karla Morgan, Student Intern

Individual and Relationship Therapist Philosophy and Approach: Curiosity is the driving force of my life. I love to explore the deeper aspects of the human experience. I continue to study and to follow my passion for meeting the edges of the unknown, and to learn. My calling is to support ...

Kristi G. Erlich, LMFT

Clinical Director | Relationship and Individual Therapist Philosophy and Approach: It is my belief that people are the greatest experts on themselves and (even so) can sometimes become distracted from the truth of their inherent goodness and capability. This occurs when we are exposed to acute and/or prolonged traumatic experiences ...

Maddy Gribbon, LCSW

Individual and Relationship Therapist and Clinical Supervisor Philosophy and Approach: Asking for help with mental health can be challenging, and I honor the risk my clients take in joining me in a therapeutic relationship. Thank you for being here! Your experiences and emotions are valid and will play a central ...

MJ Olejniczak, Student Intern

Individual and Relationship Therapist  Philosophy and Approach: In our time together, my objective is to offer a nurturing and welcoming environment, where we can collaboratively explore wellbeing and the many facets that make us who we are. It is no small feat to attend counseling sessions and invest in one’s own ...

Rabiaa Nguyen, Student Intern

Individual and Relationship Therapist
Philosophy and Approach: Our life experiences exist not just in our memories, but they also exist in the mind-body-spirit connection and influence how we presently interact with ourselves and others. Often times, navigating through our ever-changing selves, relationships, and communities can be challenging and sometimes we can ...

Scout Northway, LPC

Individual and Relationship Therapist Philosophy and Approach: I view therapy as an opportunity to explore the unique, complex ways our bodies and minds have adapted to the world around us. Often we find ourselves in therapy when our familiar ways of acting, thinking, being, and surviving present new challenges, whether in ...

Sophe Jones, LPC

Individual and Relationship Counselor Philosophy and Approach: The goal I aim for in therapy is to collaboratively foster connection and community in client’s lives. I work from an affirming, strengths-based approach to support clients where they are at, and then to help in co-constructing future steps for development. In this I ...

Tasya Herskovits, Student Intern

Individual and Relationship Therapist Philosophy and Approach: I see therapy as a dynamic, co-creative process, grounded in a foundation of trust and respect. As relational creatures in a complex and challenging world, I believe that all struggles are rooted in interconnected systems, and that no problem is meant to be faced ...