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Our Team

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.

Katrina Bishop (ages 8-Adult):  Katrina is trained in family systems and incorporates the family into the work with her child and teen clients. Her gentle and compassionate approach is sure to make her clients feel at ease and open to coming back. 

Hayden Calaway (Ages 13 – Adult): Hayden’s gentle and compassionate demeanor provides a great vehicle for the more directive approach of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Hayden will make therapy fun and engaging while teaching your child or teen coping skills to manage or eliminate problem behaviors or unwanted intense emotions.

Katelynn Harmon (ages 11-young adult)Katelynn’s bubbly and extroverted personality lends itself to working with the teen and young adult population. She makes her sessions both fun and useful to support her client’s on their journey. Katelynn has a special interest in working with members of the LGBTQ+ community.  

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.

Matt Kinder (10-adult): Matt has a gentle and caring demeanor along with a genuine interest and care for his clients. 

Adreanna Krell (ages 15-Adult): Adreanna creates a comfortable and easy-going atmosphere for her teen clients. She loves working with all teens, including members of the LGBTQ+ population. She has specific training and skills working with people who struggle with friendships or relationships. 

Duncan McGimpsey (ages 15+): Duncan is both compassionate yet enthusiastic and uses CBT to help his clients gain better perspective on their current struggles and find ways to help teens sort through difficult issues.

Leah Parker (ages 0 to adulthood): Leah’s uses a client-focused approach that is gentle yet supportive to help kids, parents and adults use strategies or tools to help them better navigate the troubles in their lives. 

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. 

Ellyn Wilhelm (ages 0-Adult):  Ellyn is trained in Child-Centered Play Therapy, a therapeutic modality that works great with children ages 3 to 9. Ellyn’s calm, compassionate and unconditional regard for her clients makes her a great choice.

Mileva Yant (ages 11- early adulthood)Mileva’s unconditional and gentle way of being is a natural fit for teens and young adults. She will put you at ease and make the process of therapy engaging and useful. 

Katrina Bishop: Katrina’s gentle and compassionate demeanor provides emotional safety and warmth necessary to support the therapeutic process.

Katelynn Harmon (young adult)Katelynn’s bubbly and extroverted personality lends itself to working with clients who need someone with energy and enthusiasm, but also someone who can join them in their pain. Katelynn has a special interest in working with members of the LGBTQ+ community.  

Heather Haasl: Heather has a confident and directive approach to providing 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.

Hayden Calaway (young adults): Hayden is both compassionate, caring and soft-spoken to provide individuals who have experienced trauma, experiencing a life transition or prefer a more directive and focused approach to therapy. 

Keely Hope: Dr. Hope has special training and interest working with athletes who want to want to work on sports performance.

Paige Hopkins: Paige provides a calm and compassionate presence for her clients. She spends time understanding her client’s needs and selecting a strategy that is most in-line wit her client’s needs. 

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. 

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.

Matt Kinder: Matt connects with his client with genuine unconditional regard and appreciation for the struggles his clients face. Those who want to explore themselves on a deeper level will find Matt’s style and method of therapy thought-provoking and meaningful.

Adreanna Krell: Adreanna’s down to earth way-of-being, paired with her passion and knowledge working with individuals who struggle with relationship issues, co-dependency and trauma, make her a great fit for someone who wants to dive a bit deeper but also have tangible tools and skills to take home.

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.   

Duncan McGimpsey: Duncan is both compassionate yet enthusiastic and uses CBT to help his clients gain better perspective on their current struggles and find ways to help them find tangible ways to make change in their lives.

Leah Parker: Leah’s uses a client-focused approach that is gentle yet supportive to help kids, parents and adults use strategies or tools to help them better navigate the troubles in their lives. 

Becky Rudd: Becky blends a directive yet compassionate approach to working with clients. As an existential therapist, she helps her clients dig a bit deeper into the why and how of the situation in order to bring forth effective long-lasting change. 

Cydney Sindoni: Cydney is present and relatable in her therapy sessions and offers her clients new insight and strategies to help them navigate their current struggles. 

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.

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. 

Ricky Sullivan-Hurt: Ricky is calm, compassionate and patient and helps his clients uncover the source of their struggles or difficulties. 

Ellyn Wilhelm:  Ellyn is person-centered and allows her clients to lead and direct the content of the session but skillfully navigates what her clients discuss with the deep and lasting change they desire.

Mileva Yant: Mileva’s unconditional and gentle way of being is a natural fit for adults who want to explore their presenting concerns but also come away with strategies and tools. She will put you at ease and make the process of therapy engaging and useful. 

Becky Rudd: Becky is a Certified Gottman Method Couple Therapists and uses this model to fidelity. 

Katrina Bishop:  Katrina’s way-of-being immediately puts couples at ease. She uses systems theory with Emotionally-Focused Couple therapy to help her couples identify attachment wounds and heal the hurt and anger that contributed to the current state of the relationship.

Paige Hopkins: Paige is trained as a Marriage and Family Therapist and has an approach that is compassionate, patient and hopeful. She holds hope when her couple’s may be struggling to find it. She uses Gottman Method Couples Therapy.

Duncan McGimpsey: Duncan is both compassionate yet enthusiastic and uses CBT along with a systemic or familial lens to help his couples navigate difficulties in their relationship.

Keneesha Lloyd:  Keneesha’s genuine, compassionate and humorous 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 $30-75 per session.

Shelly Donovan (Adults & Couples): Prior to beginning a graduate program in Marriage and Family Therapy, Shelly spent several years in the corporate world. She felt called to supporting couples and individuals while they navigate the difficulties of life.

Kate DeLorme Child, Adolescents & Adults : While newer to therapy, Kate comes to CFS with experience working with teens at a psychiatric inpatient unit and has years of experience working with young children at a preschool.

Will Baker (Children and Adults) Will enjoys working with children and adolescents who are struggling with a number of common concerns from anxiety through depression. Prior to entering graduate school, Will provided one-on-one behavior therapy using the principles of behavior analysis to individuals ages 5 through 20. He wanted to take his career to the next level and earn a masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy.