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Clinical Team Mission

The mission of Integrated Intervention’s clinical team is to empower young adults in their journey towards holistic healing and personal growth by providing comprehensive and compassionate therapy services within a safe and supportive semi-residential environment. Through evidence-based interventions, individualized treatment plans, and a dedicated team of professionals, we strive to foster resilience, self-discovery, and the acquisition of essential life skills. By addressing the unique needs and challenges of each resident, we aim to promote long-term recovery, emotional well-being, and the development of a strong foundation for a fulfilling and purposeful future.

University of South Alabama
Master of Science in Nursing (MSN), Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN)
Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Certification (PMHNP-BC)
Boise State University
Bachelor's degree in Psychology
Lewis-Clark State College
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
• College of Western Idaho
Associate Degree in Nursing

• Kootenai Health Idaho
• Worked in the adult and youth units
• Experience as a floor nurse and charge nurse
• Training at Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center, Lewiston Idaho
• Training at Kootenai Behavioral Health, Coeur d'Alene Idaho
• At Your Service Psychiatry, Coeur d'Alene Idaho (telehealth)

What are you passionate about as a mental health provider?
"Some of the motivating things being a mental health provider is seeing the improvement of patients/students, and seeing them being able to fill their own goals without hindrance of prior diagnosis/issues."

What do you enjoy about your role at Integrated?
"I am motivated by seeing the improvement of patients/students, and seeing them being able to fill their own goals without hindrance of prior diagnosis/issues."

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• Texas Tech University

Master of Education in Counselor Education (Clinical Mental Health Counseling)
Master of Science in Animal Science (Equine-Assisted Counseling and Wellness)
•Mississippi State University
Bachelor of Science in Wildlife, Fisheries, and Aquaculture
•PATH, International
Certified Therapeutic Riding Instructor and Equine Specialist in Mental Health and Learning

8 years working with adults and adolescents with disabilities, behavioral and mental health diagnoses
•2 years as a graduate research assistant in equine-assisted mental health
•2.5 years as a behavioral health specialist and equine-assisted mental health specialist

•Bipolar disorder
•Borderline personality disorder
•Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
•Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD)
•Intermittent Explosive Disorder (IED), Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) and other behavior disorders

Types of Therapies and Modalities Used
•Equine-Assisted Mental Health, Therapeutic Riding, Animal-Assisted Therapy
•Adlerian Therapy
•Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
•Dialectical Behavior Therapy
•Experiential Therapy
•Person Centered Therapy
•Solution Focused Brief Therapy
•Strength Based Theory
•Trauma Focused Therapy
What you are passionate about as a therapist?
"As a therapist, I am passionate about assisting students in learning new skills, finding their strengths, building more confidence, and experiencing greater enjoyment in their lives."

What do you enjoy about your role at Integrated?
"What I enjoy most about my role at Integrated is building authentic relationships with students and taking “traditional” therapy outside!"

What therapeutic book do you live by?

"Being Peace by Thich Nhat Hanh has provided an excellent framework for me regarding being in the present moment, as well as accepting and enjoying life as it is."


• Grand Canyon University

Master's degree in Addiction Counseling
Master's degree in Professional Counseling
• University of Phoenix
Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice


• Years of hospitality and sales experience
• Volunteer work with probationers
• Community mental health agency (honing relationship-building, teaching, listening, reframing negative storylines)
• Creation and operation of private practice agencies
• Established the only private agency in a rural Arizona community, employing multiple therapists and support staff
• Provided services for adults and children, facilitated groups for teens and adults on various issues

• Working with younger male population
• Depression 
• Anxiety
• Trauma
• Addictions

Utilized Modalities
• Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
• Solution-Focused Therapy 
• Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

What are you passionate about as a mental health provider?
"I am passionate about witnessing the spark of recognition and new awareness in someone's eyes. Seeing solutions at work in people's lives brings me immense joy. I treasure the opportunity to be of service to and connected with my students, clients, and the individuals I supervise. As the Director of Therapeutic Services, I have the privilege of extending support beyond the therapy office and promoting the well-being of the Integrated team members."

What do you enjoy about your role at Integrated?
"I thoroughly enjoy my role at Integrated. Managing a remarkable team of clinicians while engaging in meaningful work with our students is incredibly fulfilling. Having worked in residential care for many years, I appreciate the unique perspective that the Integrated treatment team brings to transitional aged programming."

What therapeutic book do you live by?
"A favorite therapy book is The Happiness Trap by Russ Harris. Harris is one of the founders of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, my favorite modality. The premise is that we are being sold a lie in western culture, that if we're not always happy, something is very very wrong. This runs counter to reality, such as, if a loved one dies, I'd be far more concerned were you fighting to be happy, instead of allowing yourself to grieve, especially since your loved one is probably worth grieving! The book offers a roadmap through allowing whatever feelings we're experiencing as a natural outgrowth of the human experience (one might argue our wide ranging emotions are what make us human). Allow our emotions and move forward in a valued direction despite the emotions."

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• Texas State University

Masters in Social Work
Bachelor's Degree in Social Work

• Group-based transitional living program, Central Texas
• Direct Care Staff, working with young adults
• Crisis management and adapting approaches
• San Marcos Housing Authority
•Assistant Coordinator, overseeing a neighborhood and supporting residents of all ages
• Various roles, including working with children and adolescents
• Primary Coordinator focused on case management with residents
• Continued support roles in the community with families and elderly

• Anxiety and Depression

Utilized Modalities
• Person-centered therapy
• Cognitive behavioral therapy
• Solution-focused therapy
• Immersion therapy Strengths-based approaches

What are you passionate about as a mental health provider?
"I am passionate about taking my life and education experiences to work with students of all ages.  I find great meaning when working with our students through their ups and downs, and being a more active presence than traditional therapy."

What do you enjoy about your role at Integrated?
"My role gives me the unique experience to be more involved with our students than traditional therapy.  Being more present in the homes gives me the opportunity to learn the hobbies that students enjoy.  Nothing excites me more when I can take the likes and hobbies of a student to build relationships with them,  and use those hobbies to create meaningful therapeutic sessions."

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• University of New England

Masters in Social Work
• Central Maine Community College
AAS in Human Service
Bachelor's degree in Social and Behavioral Sciences

• Mood disorders
• Life transitions
• Addiction
• Behavior modification
• Family conflict

Utilized Modalities
• Strengths-based theory
• Cognitive-behavioral therapy
• Motivational Interviewing
• Person-centered therapy
• Solution-focused therapy
• Techniques from dialectical behavioral therapy

What are you passionate about as a mental health provider?
“Something I am passionate about as a therapist is the ability to get to know people and have authentic conversations. As a therapist, I can assist people as they work through emotional burdens, and personal challenges and I can help them achieve a healthier mindset.”

What do you enjoy about your role at Integrated?
“It has been my experience in the mental health field that people are often controlled and/or expected not to make mistakes. Integrated understands that people make mistakes, and we use those mistakes as continued learning opportunities. The way Integrated utilizes natural consequence allows space for the students to have autonomy as well as support and guidance as they go through the next steps of their journey.”

What therapeutic book do you live by?
"A therapeutic book I have been deeply inspired by would be Brene Brown’s “The Gift’s of Imperfection.” It has allowed me to genuinely and vulnerably practice what it means to not only be authentic but to embrace that authenticity. Reading and applying some of the invaluable lessons learned has allowed me to release self judgment and allow myself to experience belonging in its more true form. This has impacted my work by allowing me to see the value in empathy, and adopting the methodology of living for ourselves, and not other people."

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