Meet our Clinicians!

Below you can click through to view individual provider profiles, or click here send us a general inquiry. Any information you submit is completely confidential. All of our clinicians are licensed and qualified to treat of range of ages and difficulties. Click on a picture to read more or you can filter by location, to narrow your search.

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Lindsey Traudt, LCPC

Lindsey strongly believes that the therapeutic relationship is the start of any positive and successful therapy.

Heather Keppen, Ph.D., LCPC

Dr. Keppen helps her clients work through struggles they may be experiencing by helping them to identify areas they would like to grow or change.

Sarah Jones, LCPC

Sarah believes that the therapeutic relationship is the forefront of therapy and the foundation for change.

Jeremy Bidwell, Ph.D.

Dr. Bidwell feels he is able to be very directive in therapy when it will benefit the goals of his clients, and can be very non-directive and emphatic when what is most needed is a supportive environment to explore one’s difficulties.

Joseph Ronda, LCSW

Joseph takes a comprehensive approach to each therapeutic relationship, considering the bio-psycho-social aspects of each individual client’s well-being.

Steven Hunter, LCSW, LMFT

Steven Hunter has been a therapist for 30 years and is known for his pragmatic approach and easy going style.

Michael VanDekreke, LCSW

Michael believes that his role is to help people identify and fully understand how to utilize their own unique strengths and participate confidently and authentically within relationships.

Lindsey Shaffer, RDN, LDN

Lindsey’s philosophy is that happiness should be the primary focus when striving for wellness.

Michelle Bidwell, Psy.D.

Dr. Bidwell believes that it is important to build a trusting relationship in therapy as a foundation for all clinical work.

Mandana Toosi, Ph.D. LCPC

Dr. Toosi believes that a non-judgmental therapeutic relationship is essential to meeting people “where they are” and finds that this helps create a path to both the authentic self and healthy relationships.

Ruth Anderson, Psy.D.

Dr. Anderson works collaboratively with each individual to develop specific treatment plans tailored to their needs.