Committed to guiding clients to achieve a sense of health and well-being – tailored to their needs – and using approaches that are well-researched, person-centered, and lasting. Focused on creating diversity affirming, anti-oppressive healing spaces for all.

Offering holistic mental healthcare & integrative healthcare including MNRI, bodywork, Reiki, and more.

clinical mental healthcare providers

Meg Curtin Rey-Bear, LMHC, NCC

Meg Curtin Rey-Bear, LMHC, NCC

INDIVIDUAL & FAMILY THERAPIST, Certified EMDR Therapist
WORKING WITH YOUNG ADULTS, ADULTS & FAMILIES
offering supervision & consultation


NATIONAL Board Certified Counselor (NCC)
State Approved Clinical Supervisor
Co-Owner
She/Her

As a therapist with over 20 years of experience, Meg has extensive training and practice in the areas of complex trauma, PTSD, anxiety, depression, and family dynamics. She is a Certified EMDR therapist. Meg works with older teens, adults and families and offers extensive experience in helping people fully process complex trauma using CBT, EMDR, Open Focus for Pain, Biofeedback, Somatic and Mindfulness practices.

Meg’s work with clients focuses on finding pathways to healing and empowerment. She focuses on identifying strengths and improving connections, and increasing understanding and acceptance. This includes teaching new approaches and skills, and empowering individuals and families to create and maintain the change they want to see. She is a family therapist by training and specializes in helping concerned family members reduce tension and foster healthy connections that motivate loved ones to seek the help and support they need.

Meg is a National Board Certified Counselor (NCC) and State Approved Supervisor. She offers clinical supervision and consultation for new therapists as well as those seeking ongoing support and consultation while they practice independently. She has over 10 years of experience working with interns and new therapists and is a State Approved Clinical Supervisor.

Lindsay Daehlin, LICSW

INDIVIDUAL THERAPIST, Certified EMDR Therapist
WORKING WITH CHILDREN, TEENS & ADULTS
EMDR approved consultant, Reiki Master


Mindfulness Trainer, Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist,
Offering Consultation, Supervision & Training
Co-Owner
She/Her

With over 18 years of experience working with children, teens, and adults Lindsay’s work focuses on helping her clients overcome life’s inevitable difficulties to improve their lives and strengthen their families. Lindsay loves working with all ages, using CBT, Mindfulness, EMDR Therapy, Play Therapy, Hypnotherapy, and Sandtray Therapy. Her work focuses on assisting client’s in finding their own internal reparative process as they resolve trauma and inner conflict. Spiritual growth and healing are also a specialty area of Lindsay’s and an optional part of the therapy journey.

Lindsay also offers Reiki Sessions. Reiki is form of energy work that promotes healing on the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual levels. Reiki works to lower stress, reduce anxiety, and restore calm in the body. Reiki can also clear energy blockages and imbalances. Clients are fully dressed on a table or recliner.

REIKI, MINDFULNESS & TRAUMA RESILIENCE TRAININGS

Lindsay has been teaching Reiki for 15 years and offers classes for Levels 1, 2, 3 as well as for Master Level. Lindsay leads spiritual retreats incorporating meditation, Qi Gong, Reiki and other spiritual practices to further ones connection to their higher-self, and receive guidance and healing.

Lindsay is also available to facilitate trainings on Mindfulness, Trauma Resilience, and Self-Care. She provides these trainings to non-profits, organizations, churches, schools and corporations.

Lindsay Daehlin, LICSW
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Aileen Hetrick, LICSW

CBTi FOR INSOMNIA
INDIVIDUAL THERAPIST- CURRENTLY NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
OFFERING SERVICES VIA TELEHEALTH
SHE/HER

Aileen has extensive experience working collaboratively with her clients in a variety of settings. Her clinical focus is person-centered, and she uses trauma-informed, evidence-based best practices with an Attachment focus lens to help clients explore areas of concern.

CBTi FOR INSOMNIA

Living with insomnia can be a challenge. Fortunately, effective treatment is available that helps people fall asleep faster, stay asleep, and feel more rested during the day. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for insomnia (CBT-I) is a short, structured, and evidence-based approach for combating the frustrating symptoms of insomnia. Sleep research has found CBTi to be a more effective treatment than medication, For those suffering from disrupted sleep

Brigitte Yamamoto, LICSWA

INDIVIDUAL THERAPIST
WORKING WITH TEENS, YOUNG ADULTS, & ADULTS
SHE/HER

Brigitte works with teens, young adults, and adults of all genders and identities. She has a trauma-informed focus and offers her clients strength and empowerment based therapy. Brigitte’s work with clients fosters healing and growth, and she brings a strong passion for racial equity and justice to her work.

Brigitte enjoys working alongside people seeking to share their vulnerabilities as they explore personal healing and growth. She helps clients improve their overall health and meet the needs of daily living. Brigitte is certified in the Common Elements Training Approach (CETA). 

Brigitte’s holistic style also includes Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT). She loves incorporating art as a medium to express negative domains, and uses mindfulness to help clients feel grounded and safe.

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Britta Howard, LICSWA

INDIVIDUAL THERAPIST, EMDR THERAPIST
WORKING WITH YOUNG ADULTS & ADULTS
SHE/HER

Britta has been supporting trauma survivors for over 10 and has a lifelong passion for learning. She is passionate about creating diversity affirming, anti-oppressive therapy space and aligns with LGBTQIA2S+ folx. Britta supports body neutrality (Health at Every Size), neurounique and disability-affirming care.

Britta enjoys working with adults of all ages and walks of life. She has extensive experience working with complex trauma and offers her clients a trauma-informed model of caring for their emotional well-being. Britta helps her clients use their values as the compass, their curiosity as the fuel, and their compassion as the vehicle for growth and change. She offers EMDR and somatic healing to help clients strengthen their own intuitive, adaptive nature to transform their trauma.

The body-mind-soul connection and a client’s community are crucial components of Britta’s holistic approach to counseling. Her trauma-informed, mindfulness-based approach centers around their personal values and strengths, helping clients free themselves from shame and begin the practice of radical self-acceptance with new awareness and skills.

Claire Horn, LICSWA

INDIVIDUAL THERAPIST
WORKING WITH TEENS, YOUNG ADULTS & ADULTS

OFFERING SERVICES VIA TELEHEALTH
SHE/HER

Claire guides her clients to be present, connected, and grounded through the use of evidence-based practices such as Mindfulness, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and supportive psychotherapy, among others. She enjoys working with a variety of clients, helping people navigate through life’s transitions and obtain inner peace, wholeness, and well-being. Claire also has a passion for helping her clients connect with their values and find the empowerment they need to create and sustain meaningful and sustained changes in their lives.

Claire has a background in psychology and human development, and is experienced in case management, crisis intervention, therapeutic wellness groups, and individual therapy. She uses a trauma-informed lens to promote a social justice-focused and anti-oppressive therapy space. Claire works with her clients to create a safe, compassionate, and healing environment to promote long-lasting growth and change.

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Jacquelyn Sajovic, Joining US IN JUNE!

INDIVIDUAL THERAPIST, EMDR THERAPIST
INTERNAL FAMILY SYSTEMS – LEVEL 2 THERAPIST
CERTIFIED YOGA INSTRUCTOR
WORKING WITH CHILDREN, TEENS & ADULTS
SHE/HER

Jacquelyn is a Counseling Intern currently in the final days of completing her Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling through Walden University and working toward licensure as a Mental Health Counselor. She enjoys working with children, young adults, adults, and new mothers. Jacquelyn will be joining Wellness Therapies as a full-time therapist in June!

Jacquelyn approaches counseling with curiosity and a passion, and her goal is to accompany her clients on the path toward clarity in their lives. She believes in using evidenced based approaches that resonate with the individual, empowering them to be a part of the healing process. In addition to a Person-Centered approach, Jacquelyn is experienced with Internal Family Systems, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Somatic Therapy, and other movement and mindfulness practices.

Jacquelyn has a special interest in working with complex trauma, as well as anxiety and depression, and the ways that these make themselves known in the body and mind. She receives direct supervision from Meg Curtin Rey-Bear, LMHC, NCC and Lindsay Daehlin, LICSW as well as supervision through Walden University.

Jennifer Kizima, LICSW

INDIVIDUAL THERAPIST
WORKING WITH CHILDREN, TEENS, & ADULTS
OFFERING SERVICES VIA TELEHEALTH
SHE/HER

Using a holistic, evidence-based, and mindfulness focused approach, Jennifer helps clients achieve the insight they desire and develop the skills they need to heal and grow. Her work with clients includes a holistic approach utilizing Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Trauma Informed psychotherapy, Brief Therapy, Child-Centered Play Therapy, Play Therapy and more.

Jennifer brings a strong advocacy background to her work, helping clients find pathways of healing and empowerment. She enjoys working with children, teens and adults to address a broad spectrum of issues including anxiety and depression, family relationships and communication, and adolescent development. Jennifer enjoys working side-by-side with her clients to explore their sense of self, strengthen relationships, reduce negative mood and improve overall functioning.

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KADE FREEMAN, LMHCA

INDIVIDUAL THERAPIST, CERTIFIED GRIEF INFORMED PROFESSIONAL
CERTIFIED AUTISM INFORMED PROFESSIONAL
WORKING WITH CHILDREN, TEENS & ADULTS
HE/HIM

Kade is deeply committed to providing compassionate and inclusive therapy for individuals from all walks of life. As an open and affirming therapist, he creates a welcoming and supportive space where clients of diverse backgrounds, identities, and orientations can feel understood and respected. Kade received his master’s in clinical psychology from Saybrook University in 2023 is an Associate Licensed Mental Health Counselor.

Kade specializes in working with individuals who are neurodiverse or have various disabilities, offering personalized support tailored to their unique needs and experiences. He also has a passion for guiding clients through the grief process, helping them navigate the complex emotions and challenges that arise during times of loss and transition.

Drawing from his training in clinical psychology and his dedication to ongoing learning, Kade integrates a range of therapeutic approaches to best meet the needs of each client. He values collaboration, empowerment, and authenticity, and strives to foster a therapeutic relationship built on trust, empathy, and mutual respect. Kade is committed to supporting clients on their journey toward healing, growth, and self-discovery.

MADELINE Robson, LMHCA

INDIVIDUAL THERAPIST
WORKING WITH YOUNG ADULTS, ADULTS

Coming to us from Gonzaga University’s Masters in Counseling program, Madeline works with clients struggling with depression, anxiety, and adjustments to new changes. She also works with client facing challenges in current relationships, and those struggling with career choices,

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Maggie Rowe, LICSW

INDIVIDUAL THERAPIST, EMDR THERAPIST
WORKING WITH CHILDREN & TEENS, EMDR THERAPIST
CERTIFIED CHILD LIFE SPECIALIST
SHE/HER

Maggie has a special interest in working with children, adolescents, parents, and healthcare providers. She is openly affirming of neurodiversity, as well LGBTQIA2S+ members of our community. As a Clinical Social Worker and Certified Child Life Specialist, Maggie has extensive training in trauma, child development, grief & loss, disability, chronic illness, and school struggles.

Maggie brings warmth, compassion, and humor to the counseling space. Her clinical work focuses on helping her clients identify those experiences that have shaped them, creating the space they need to transform past trauma and pain into resilience and strength.

Maggie utilizes EMDR, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Play Therapy, as well as Expressive Arts Therapies to help clients find pathways to healing and growth. Maggie believes that when there aren’t words, there are other ways to explore and make sense of our personal experiences, and to move forward with new confidence.

Maureen Haeger, LMHCA, NCC

INDIVIDUAL THERAPIST, EMDR THERAPIST
NATIONAL Board Certified Counselor (NCC)
WORKING WITH CHILDREN, TEENS & ADULTS
SHE/HER

Maureen is a National Board of Certified Counselor (NCC) with a background in sexual assault and family trauma. She has training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), as well as EMDR, and child-centered play therapy (CCPT).

Maureen has special interest in working with teens and young adults, parents, and members of the sexual, affectational, intersex, and gender-expansive (SAIGE) community. She is committed to supporting diversity and inclusion, both as an individual and at a systemic level, through ongoing education, advocacy, and awareness of her own privileged identities.

Using an existential and humanistic framework, Maureen creates a space for clients to increase understanding of self, identify patterns, and attend to the places that need healing as they discover what a healthy, vibrant life looks and feels like. While therapy can be challenging, it can also be immensely rewarding. Throughout this process, Maureen supports her clients, confident of their inherent worth and committed to providing respectful care for each client’s individual needs.

Maureen Haeger, LMHCA
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Mike Wilhelm, LMFTA

MARRIAGE & FAMILY THERAPIST
WORKING WITH COUPLES, INDIVIDUALS & FAMILIES
HE/HIM

Mike helps his clients feel grounded and safe as they work to change unhealthy patterns, find pathways to healing, and develop new ways of communicating and connecting. Mike’s work with couples and individuals is holistic and focuses on integrating mind, body, and spirit. He works to create a space for clients to connect with and heal deeper parts of themselves, which, in turn, allows them to connect more deeply with others.

Mike works with all forms of spirituality, religions, cultures, genders, and sexualities. He is trained in Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), The Gottman Method, as well as Circle of Security Parenting, and Life Span Integration Therapy. After many years in the US Military Mike enjoys working with people from diverse backgrounds, helping to identify and heal wounds, improve relationships and promote a strong sense of well-being.

Patty Ferguson, LICSW

INDIVIDUAL THERAPIST
WORKING WITH OLDER ADULTS & ELDERS OFFERING services via telehealth
SHE/HER

Patty has worked with people of all ages and backgrounds as a medical social worker for over 10 years. She is honored to work with people during some of the most challenging, yet meaningful times of their lives. Her social work experience includes pediatric, adult, and geriatric care, as well as palliative care and chronic illness.

Patty is specially trained in palliative care and in addressing issues of grief, loss, and illness. She has an interest in counseling for depression, anxiety, and pain, and utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Mindfulness techniques to help clients achieve the healing they need. With a love for and background in yoga and theater, Patty also offers ways to cope with life challenges through movement and storytelling.

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Rachel Coleman, LICSW

INDIVIDUAL & FAMILY THERAPIST
WORKING WITH adults & elders
SHE/HER

Rachel has been helping people navigate difficult health and emotional challenges for over 23 years. She works closely with clients to promote both healing and growth. Rachel also enjoys working the family members to improve relational connections and deeper healing. She works closely and collaboratively with her clients, and is passionate about working with a variety of adults, from college-aged to our elders.

Rachel has extensive experience working with anxiety, depression, mood disorders, chronic pain, and complex medical issues, using evidence-based therapies including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialect Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Solutions Focused Therapy, among others. Her clinical focus is person-centered, using trauma-informed, evidence-based best practices to achieve optimal mental health for her clients.

Rachel works closely with her clients to build insight and identify strengths, and to develop new skills so that clients experience healthy relationships and self-efficacy. Rachel believes that her clients deserve to feel successful and empowered, so that they may have healthy relationships. It is her goal to help them identify and achieve the changes they are looking for in a gentle, guided, and supportive therapy space.

Riley Sebers, LMHCA

INDIVIDUAL therapist, EMDR Therapist
NATIONAL Board Certified Counselor (NCC)
working with YOUNG ADULTs & ADULTS
SHE/HER

Riley has experience helping individuals meet their mental health and wellness goals in the face of concerns such as depression, anxiety, adjustment difficulties, and trauma. She especially enjoys working with college students. Riley stands in support of and solidarity with marginalized and at-risk communities and fiercely believes that social justice and advocacy are an integral pieces of our overall well-being.

Her therapeutic approach is warm, authentic, and compassionate. She uses an existential-humanistic framework that focuses on the client as the expert of their own mental health and well-being as they explore healing and growth.

Increasing self-awareness, promoting personal agency, learning effective coping strategies, and engaging in meaning-making are critical components of Riley’s clinical practice. Paired with Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) and pyschoeducation she works to help clients experience increased knowledge and a strong sense of empowerment. Ultimately, Riley strives to join her clients as a fellow-traveler and work alongside them in their journey to healing and health.

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Saryl Case, LMHCA

INDIVIDUAL & COUPLE’S THERAPIST
WORKING WITH CHILDREN, TEENS, & adults
SHE/HER

Saryl specializes in working with clients experiencing relationship issues, grief and co-dependency concerns.
She works closely with her clients to create a safe, caring, and validating counseling space for clients to explore real and lasting change. Saryl works with individuals, couples, and families, including children and teenagers. Collaboration is at the cornerstone of her approach, and she works closely with her clients to identify and explore their goals and values, and to create lasting, sustainable change.

Saryl’s approach creates a safe space for clients to identify and address their concerns. While she is passionate about working with a diversity of clients and with a wide variety of challenges, Saryl has great expertise in sex therapy, co-dependency, couples counseling, and grief and traumatic loss. She also enjoys helping clients adjust to new and unexpected changes. Saryl uses a holistic approach with clients including Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT), Emotion-Focused therapy (EFT), Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy, and
Family Systems Therapy. She strives to help clients increase insight and internal congruence, helping them live more comfortably as their authentic selves.

Bridget Curran LMHCA

INDIVIDUAL THERAPIST
WORKING WITH TEENS & ADULTS
OFFERING SERVICES at 7 S Howard

SHE/HER

Bridget works with her clients to create a collaborative relationship, to help clients build a container that can hold space while they explore the dark edges, the rejected, heavy parts of self that seem to keep getting in the way. She believes that when clients witness and care for these troubled parts of themselves, they open up new possibility for deep joy, curiosity, emotional courage and life shifting compassion.

Bridget’s work with clients draws from tools such as CBT, EMDR, and Somatic Internal Family Systems to help clients cultivate their own wisdom and insight. She also has a passion for blending spirituality, philosophy, creativity and nature into her work. Above all, Bridget strives to honor the individual and cultural life experiences of her clients while offering new paths for exploration, healing, and growth.

Bridget contracts with Wellness Therapies and offers in-person & Telehealth therapy services from her practice location Basalt Counseling
7 S Howard St, Suite 214,
Spokane, WA 99201.

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SHANE LADD, LMHCA

INDIVIDUAL THERAPIST
WORKING WITH TEENS & ADULTS
OFFERING SERVICES VIA TELEHEALTH
SHE/HER

Shane works specializes in working with clients experiencing trauma, PTSD, anxiety and ADHD. She provides her clients with a safe and supportive environment, and works side-by-side with them while they explore the impact of what has happened on who they are now. Through this collaborative process clients heal and grow by expanding personal awareness and cultivating a more adaptive life narrative that empowers and strengthens their sense of being. Shane’s counseling style is genuine, personable, and creative, and her personality is warm, inviting and direct.

Shane’s goal is to help her clients feel heard, seen and respected. Her work is trauma-informed and holistic in nature. Shane is grounded in a Person-Centered approach that is enhanced by complimentary, evidence-based therapies including Narrative Therapy, Compassion-Focused Therapy, Somatic Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Internal Family Systems (IFS) parts work. In the shared therapy space, Shane works with clients to tailor-make a treatment plan that will empower and support them to navigate through complex life challenges.

Shane contracts with Wellness Therapies to offer Tele-Health therapy services. Her practice, Greater Insight Therapy is currently based out of Vancouver, Washington.

integrative healthcare providers

TARA CARLSON, MS

MASGUTOVA NEUROSENSORIMOTOR REFLEX INTEGRATION – MNRI® METHOD
INTEGRATIVE BODYWORK, REIKI
working with all ages

FEE FOR SERVICE APPOINTMENTS – PACKAGE PRICING AVAILABLE

Tara has worked with children, teens, and adults with nervous system dysregulation for over 6 years. Beginning her career as a pediatric Speech Language Pathologist, Tara offers reflex integration using the Masgutova’s Neurosensorimotor Reflex Integration (MNRI), somatic (body) awareness, and energy work to help clients overcome anxiety, panic attacks, physical pain, nervous system dysregulation, postural disfunction, and other forms of disconnection within the body.

With a strong focus on helping clients learn to recognize and appreciate how their bodies work to keep them safe and what that means for their nervous system Tara helps clients build deeper connections with their body’s innate responses to stress through neural re-patterning. Primarily focusing on MNRI, which works to clear paths of dysfunction (ones that are causing increased stress responses) through integration of primitive reflexes, clients experience improved nervous system functioning. Her work seemlessly integrates meditation and mindfulness techniques, followed by touch and movement guided by your body’s safety mechanisms and responses.

Tara also offers energy healing work that helps clients deepen their relationship to their soul and ultimately re-wire how the body is currently able to process trapped thoughts and emotions. This work is rooted in Reiki and HeartMath technology, utilizing the physical energy that drives us all. No matter the religious beliefs, her work is rooted in neuroscience and holistic healing.

Tara Lynn Carlson, MS
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Linda Kozora, PT

PHYSICAL THERAPY
working with all ages

FEE FOR SERVICE APPOINTMENTS – $150 per hour

Linda provides an integrated approach to physical therapy. An experienced practitioner, she blends traditional treatments with specialized manual therapies such as craniosacral therapy, visceral manipulation, structural work, and external pelvic floor therapy. By using these non-traditional techniques, she routinely gets lasting results for the even most complex patients.

Basic Principals of Care

All body parts are interconnected. The function of one part of the body is dependent upon the normal functioning of the other parts. Good circulation is essential in order for the body to get proper nutrients, and for the removal of waste products.

Movement may become restricted due to the distortion of tissue or the pull from some other tight structure that did not heal properly after an old injury. Lack of mobility may lead to congestion of bodily fluids, pain and other problems. Linda’s work helps to support mind-body issues, women’s health issues, pelvic disfunction, digestive and eating issues, central nervous system dysfunction, chronic fatigue, musculoskeletal pain, Fibromyalgia, post-surgical recovery, and more.

craniosacral therapy

Can help eliminate neck pain and headaches, restore health of the cranium after a concussion, decrease back pain and improve digestion.

viseral manipulation

Works mainly with the connective tissue (fascia) which envelops and supports the internal organs as well as most every other tissue in the body.

structural work

Mobilization of joints, muscles, and fascia to improve functional movement and balance.

pelvic floor release

Not internal work, but just as effective! Manipulating the pelvic floor muscles helps to realign the structure, improve function and reduce pelvic issues.


STAY TUNED AS WE WORK TO ADD ADDITIONAL INTEGRATIVE HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS TO THE WELLNESS THERAPIES FAMILY

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