What Type of Therapist is the Best Fit for You?
All therapists ascribe to a particular theoretical model for conceptualizing and treating clients; however, a therapist’s style is unique. Here is a brief snapshot of our therapist’s approach to working with clients.
Dawn Craig (ages birth to 7): Dawn’s advanced training in a variety of child-centered modalities paired with her compassion and support for children ages birth to 7 years old makes her the ideal child therapist.
Kristin Cochran (ages 2 to 16): Kristin’s training and experience using Parent Child Interaction Therapy is a great fit for parents and children who are struggling to overcome behavioral problems at home or school. She uses a person-centered and family systems framework to help children, teens and families overcome a variety of mental health issues.
Hilary Harris (ages 3-early adulthood): Hilary’s client-centered, compassionate and empathetic nature paired with her training in play therapy and sand tray therapy are an excellent fit for young children and pre-teens. Hilary’s passion for helping others heal from trauma using EMDR is evident in her connection to clients.
Liz Paasch-Catalano (ages 11-early adulthood): Liz’s compassionate and easy-going, and humorous personality, paired with her training in trauma, depression, anxiety, OCD and panic disorder treatment, allows her to connect effortlessly with pre-teens, adolescents and young adults.
Ricky Sullivan-Hurt (ages 11- early adulthood): Ricky’s passion and experience working with teens for diverse backgrounds makes him a great fit for a variety of common issues faced by teenagers. He has designation as a substance use disorder professional allowing him to work with a wide range of substance, alcohol, and behavioral addictive behaviors.
Meredith Thompson (ages 14 to early adulthood): Meredith builds a strong and trusting relationship with teens and young adults, through her genuine and compassionate approach. She uses a direct yet warm approach with her clients.
Heather Haasl (ages 12 through adulthood): Heather’s gentle and compassionate demeanor provides a great vehicle for the more directive approach of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Heather will provide teens and parents with tools, strategies, and coping skills to manage or eliminate problem behaviors or unwanted intense emotions.
Tiffany Kelly (ages 3 to adulthood): Tiffany’s collaborative approach to therapy paired with her intentional use of evidence-based practices and ongoing efforts to measure client progress is a good fit for those who want a more organized approach to the therapeutic process.
Jenn Joralemon: Jenn’s introspective and compassionate style driven by an existential-humanistic lens helps clients uncover truths about themselves that have otherwise been hidden. She helps clients get to know themselves on a deeper level.
Katie Thomas: Katie’s person-centered, genuine and compassionate approach, paired with her desire to cultivate unique relationships with each of her clients, makes her a perfect therapist for those who struggle with trauma, self-esteem or adjustment to life’s difficulty.
Keneesha Lloyd: Keneesha’s genuine, compassionate and humours style, paired with her training in Emotionally Focused Individual therapy and attachment theory, make her the ideal therapist for someone who doesn’t hide who they are and just wants to be accepted.
Ben Salzman: Ben’s easy-going, client-centered demeanor allows clients to truly be themselves without judgement. Ben’s therapeutic style focuses on helping clients get unstuck, build new tools and find happiness that is meaningful to them.
Heather Haasl: Heather’s gentle and compassionate demeanor provides a great vehicle for the more directive approach of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. You will come away from each session with new insight and awareness, tasks and homework to take into the week, and skills and strategies to deal with life as it comes.
Patty Sonneland: Patty’s compassionate, attuned and natural style is a perfect fit for those who want to feel completely comfortable exploring themselves and their family of origin in an effort to work through current or past trauma or grief.
Rose Munson: Rose’s authentic, genuine and intuitive approach blended with her passion for mindfulness is perfect for anyone who is concerned about the larger picture, understanding themselves on a deeper level, or are not as interested in list of coping strategies to get through life.
Tiffany Kelly: Tiffany’s collaborative approach to therapy paired with her intentional use of evidence-based practices and ongoing efforts to measure client progress is a good fit for those who want a more organized approach to the therapeutic process.
Keneesha Lloyd: Keneesha’s genuine, compassionate and humours style, paired with her training in Emotionally Focused Couple therapy, make her the ideal therapist for couples who have lost their way and cannot seem to reconnect, want the help of a therapist to identify a couple’s strengths, need to feel safe and secure to experience the wide range of emotions.
Our Graduate Interns provide their services for $25 per session.
Kelsey Bourn (ages 3- adulthood): Kelsey is a master degree candidate at Gonzaga University. She is completing her clinical internship at Center for Solace. Her area of clinical interest includes working with children and adolescents through adults who struggle with a variety of adjustments and life stressors.
Paige Orendor (Children – Adults): Paige is a masters degree candidate working towards a degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Whitworth University. Paige is trained to work with individuals, couples and families.
Matt Peters (adolescents-adults): Matt is a masters degree candidate at Eastern Washington University and finishing his clinical hours before graduating in March of 2022. Matt enjoys working with adolescents through adults who struggle with life transition, depression or finding meaning and purpose in their work.
Dawn Craig MS, LMHC
Specializes in children under the age of 6 who struggle with anxiety, trauma or depression.