At Meadowbrook Counseling, every member of our team, from therapists to administrative staff, is dedicated to supporting you on your journey to wellness. We are not just professionals but also compassionate allies who are committed to creating a safe, nurturing environment where healing and transformation can flourish. Our expert therapists specialize in various evidence-based modalities, ensuring personalized care tailored to your unique needs and goals. Join us, and experience the Meadowbrook difference - where empathy, expertise, and empowerment converge for holistic mental wellness.
Darcy Thompson is a clinical social worker who is eager to collaborate with clients on their treatment objectives. They earned both their Bachelors and Masters of Social Work degrees from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, focusing on Trauma-Informed care, Person-Centered treatment approaches, and Solution-Focused therapies. Additionally, they are skilled in Motivational Interviewing, Crisis Stabilization and Intervention, Psychodynamic Therapy, Mindfulness, and Emotion-Regulation practices.
Throughout their career, Darcy has assisted a diverse range of clients spanning various ages and backgrounds. With a commitment to active, reflective listening and empathy, they strive to deeply comprehend each client's life challenges and experiences. This understanding forms the foundation for a collaborative journey towards wellness and personal growth. Darcy has expertise in working with individuals diagnosed with Depression, Anxiety, PTSD, CPTSD, Borderline Personality Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Adjustment Disorder, Schizophrenia, and several other severe and persistent mental health conditions. They are wholeheartedly dedicated to supporting each client in achieving their therapeutic aspirations.
Chloé Woods is a therapist with Meadowbrook Counseling in Logan. She graduated from Utah State University with her MSW. She loves working with individuals, couples, and families in addressing mental health concerns. Chloé is also trained specifically in working with survivors of sexual assault. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her family, going to see movies, reading, and playing guitar. She looks forward to meeting with you!
Kimberly Schwingle is a licensed professional counselor in the state of Wisconsin, eager to collaborate with clients in crafting treatment objectives that resonate with their aspirations. She obtained her Master of Professional Counseling from Concordia University in Mequon, Wisconsin. During her time there, she undertook an internship focused on trauma-informed care within a residential treatment setting. Subsequently, she completed her training licensure with the Department of Vocational Rehabilitation and has been actively practicing in various capacities since.
She ardently believes in the efficacy of teletherapy, convinced that when clients are nestled in their safe, familiar environments, they are more receptive and engaged in the therapeutic process. While she has experience with numerous therapeutic styles, she characterizes her approach as holistic. This means she integrates elements from different methodologies to best align with each client's unique needs. She places immense value on hearing clients narrate their experiences and believes that transparency facilitates the most effective assistance.
Her therapeutic journey has seen her work with a diverse range of individuals. While she has assisted clients across different age brackets, her primary experience is with teens through middle-aged adults. Additionally, she possesses a specialized skill set for working with individuals with disabilities, stemming from her lifelong involvement in volunteering and working within the disability community. Her proficiency extends to a wide array of diagnoses, including but not limited to depression, anxiety, PTSD, bipolar disorder, chronic illness, adjustment disorders, and avoidance disorder. Passionate about continuous learning, she is always augmenting her skills and knowledge to better support her clients in their respective paths to healing and growth.
For those seeking a compassionate, adaptive, and experienced counselor, she is enthusiastic about the possibility of assisting in your therapeutic journey.
She is a licensed clinical social worker in Utah with over 28 years of specialized mental health experience. Throughout her esteemed career, she has adeptly assisted clients in navigating challenges such as trauma, abuse, and coping with grief and loss, among many others. She prioritizes establishing an open and safe environment where clients can freely express their thoughts and feelings, assured they won't face judgment. Recognizing the bravery it takes to pursue a more fulfilling and happier life, she stands ready to support and empower those who seek her help. Together, they embark on a transformative journey.
Her additional areas of expertise encompass a vast range of concerns: Stress, Anxiety, Addictions, Relationship issues, Family conflicts, Intimacy-related issues, Eating disorders, and many more, spanning from ADHD to Young Adult Issues.
In her therapeutic approach, she employs a multitude of clinical methodologies: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Attachment-Based Therapy, Client-Centered Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and more. She is well-versed in Trauma-Focused Therapy and Internal Family Systems, and she anticipates receiving training in EMDR soon.
With her vast experience and a holistic approach, she is well-positioned to provide comprehensive support tailored to each client's unique needs and aspirations.
Jon Nash is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in the state of Utah has 7 years of experience working with mental health clients. He has worked in a variety of settings including adolescent residential treatment and private practice. He completed his Bachelor of Science in Psychology at Brigham Young University and received his Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy from Touro University Worldwide.
Jon specializes in treating anxiety, depression, and trauma/PTSD. He is trained in utilizing cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy, and family systems theory. He will work with you to identify your personal strengths and then build off of those areas.
It can be challenging to have high levels of anxiety, depression, and other overwhelming feelings present. The experience of working in some challenging settings helps Jon to better understand where you are coming from and being able to provide you with tools to help you live a more meaningful life and more hopeful future.
Life can be challenging, and sometimes, individuals need a listening ear and support. Chloé, a strengths-based therapist, strives to provide just that. Her approach is centered on building upon one's existing strengths and life experiences to foster meaningful and enduring transformation. Chloé believes in the collaborative nature of change and is deeply passionate about assisting clients facing life's difficulties.
Chloé recognizes that everyone's experience is unique, and she offers a range of therapeutic modalities, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Strengths-Based Therapy, all with a strong emphasis on mindfulness. She creates a safe and nonjudgmental space for individuals to explore their inner thoughts and feelings, fostering a collaborative environment to guide their lives in the direction they desire.
Chloé considers herself fortunate to have the opportunity to work with people on their journey toward positive change and eagerly anticipates the opportunity to meet you soon.
Candice is a licensed clinical social work associate based in the state of Washington. She earned her Master of Social Work degree from the University of Washington. Candice's practice encompasses a diverse clientele, inclusive of individuals from various backgrounds, such as people of color, immigrants, LGBTQ+ individuals, teenagers, adults of all ages, and those who have endured relationship violence or experienced physical and sexual abuse.
As a trauma-informed provider, Candice integrates insights from multiple theoretical perspectives and techniques, primarily rooted in a behaviorist framework. She specializes in understanding how challenging life circumstances can impact an individual's adaptive strategies. Candice frequently employs therapeutic methods derived from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), person-centered therapy, Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT), empowerment, and advocacy to best serve her clients.
Kylie Guymon, a Master's student at Bellevue University pursuing a degree in Mental Health Counseling, is a wife, mother, and a skilled florist. She boasts training in TRBI, CPR, and disaster responses related to mental health. Kylie has long held a desire to work with teenagers and adults who have grappled with trauma at various levels. Her specific focus is on administering EMDR therapy, and she eagerly anticipates the opportunity to contribute her expertise to the Meadowbrook team.
Dr. Schiller began her clinical career as a hospice volunteer at the age of 16, developing a passion for clinical trauma and complex behavioral health issues. Her direct practice experience includes intensive case management working with children, families, couples, and individuals across the lifespan and with a variety of challenges. She seeks to integrate various practices and theories from evidence-based therapeutic modalities like Somatic Experience (SE), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), and Solution Focused Therapy (SFT), which foster growth, resilience, and independence in the client through the acquisition of actionable skills and increased personal insight.
She empowers her clients through recognition and acknowledgment of their strengths and resilience by increasing positivity, and provision of validation/self-validation which includes acceptance through a non-judgmental atmosphere of support, to improve self-worth. She has extensive clinical experience encompassing a range of issues related to trauma and the impact traumatic experiences have on daily functioning. She recognizes her clients as the expert of their own experiences, striving to create a therapeutic alliance that focuses on collaboration, empathetic support, and respect while identifying and celebrating client strengths.
She offers a collaborative and integrative approach for clients seeking insight to their challenges. Her attitude towards therapy is that there is not one universal method that works best for anyone, therefore, she uses an appropriate blend of modalities to help the clients she serves overcome whatever they are currently experiencing. She believes that the client is the expert in their own life and she is here to help navigate the difficulties that the client is currently facing. She concentrates on developing a partnership with clients to identify strengths and areas of potential growth to make meaning and implement positive change.
Her specialization is assisting individuals navigating life change and transitions, coping with grief and loss, and reducing the impact and effects of trauma and traumatic experiences. She believes that everyone possesses the strengths and tools needed to achieve healing goals, her role as a therapist is to help the client access and utilize these strengths effectively.
She knows that finding the right therapist while a positive step towards change, is often a daunting task. Her role as a therapist is to help you find peace in a safe and confidential space by gaining insight and perspective into your current challenges.
Dr. Schiller holds a Doctor of Social Work with emphasis on clinical expertise from Walden University, a Master of Social Work and Master of Science in Gerontology from Loma Linda University, and a Bachelor of Social Work from California State University Los Angeles. She is certified in a wide range of social work applications that address complex trauma and seeks to implement cultural humility with all clients served. She is a licensed LCSW in Nevada and Arizona and a board certified Clinical Supervisor in the state of Arizona.
Meet Michele. She is a licensed professional counselor and a clinical substance abuse counselor in the state of Wisconsin and Arizona. She received her Masters in Community Psychology from Alverno College in Milwaukee, WI. She completed her internship at the Center for Behavioral Medicine which is a board certified Dialectical Behavioral therapy clinic in Brookfield, Wisconsin. Additionally, Michele completed her training licensure working in Medication Assisted Treatment centers for those struggling with substance abuse in Waukesha and West Allis, WI.
Michele has experience working with those experiencing grief, mood disorders, OCD, anxiety, depression, Bi-polar disorder, Schizophrenia, Borderline personality disorder, PTSD, domestic violence, career counseling, family counseling, couples counseling, and eating disorders.
Michele has worked with both children and adults in various populations such as the LGBTQ+A, HIV, substance abuse and mental health. Her therapy style is best described as person centered and her ministry is lead with love and compassion. As a self-described comprehensive therapist, Michele does her best to bring her professional experience to treatment and does her best to help empower clients to improve their lives the way they want to.
With an open heart and a readiness to tackle any challenge, no matter the size, this counselor invites potential clients to engage in a therapeutic alliance filled with laughter, the occasional need for tissues, and the sweetness of chocolates.
Kendra, a Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW), is eager to assist individuals in their journey towards becoming the best version of themselves. She is dedicated to addressing the complete person and aiding them in overcoming emotional, mental, and psychosocial barriers to achieve stability and well-being.
Kendra's specialization lies in her diversity, relatability, attentiveness, and her ability to create a safe and open space for clients. She is committed to helping individuals fulfill the promises they've made to themselves and heal their inner selves, releasing the traumas that have held them back. Life can often present challenges, but Kendra believes in providing the right tools to unlearn, relearn, and start anew together.
She utilizes a range of therapeutic modalities, including CBT, Restorative, Somatic therapy, Emotional Regulation, and the Systemic model of family therapy. Her approach incorporates psychotherapy, psychoeducation, Trauma-Focused CBT, Distress tolerance, Reality (realistic) Therapy, and Emotion Regulation to facilitate personal growth and healing.
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Welcome! Carina received both her bachelor's and master's degrees in Social Work from Utah State University. Her professional background is rooted in child welfare and school social work. Over the years, she has collaborated with clients experiencing symptoms of depression, anxiety, self-esteem issues, grief, and those navigating divorce. Additionally, Carina has supported foster care children and culturally diverse families. Her expertise covers a range of age groups, including young children, teenagers, and young adults.
Carina's therapeutic approach is distinctive and customized to the individual needs of each client. She integrates evidence-based practices like Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Trauma-Focused CBT (TF-CBT), Solution Focused Therapy (SFT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and experiential therapy practices. If clients express the need or desire, she can also incorporate faith-based Christian counseling practices. At the core of her methodology is a strengths-based approach, aiding clients in recognizing their innate strengths and empowering them to harness these abilities.
Outside of her professional life, Carina cherishes spending time with her husband and family. She has a passion for group fitness classes, playing pickleball, scrapbooking, and cozying up on the couch for a good movie. Her love for travel and the great outdoors is evident, and after a long day, there's nothing like a trip to Maverick for her favorite drink, a diet coke!
Embarking on a therapeutic journey can be transformative, and Carina would be honored to walk alongside you, offering a safe and nurturing environment. For scheduling or further inquiries, please contact Meadowbrook.
He believes that every individual has the potential to lead the life they genuinely desire and that enduring change is achievable. As a strengths-based therapist, he builds upon and leverages clients' strengths in therapy, assisting them in navigating the challenges they face. He creates an environment where clients can confide in him without fearing judgment or being instructed on how to live their lives. He sees therapy as an interactive process, one that shouldn't appear identical for everyone. Beyond talk therapy, he believes individuals resonate with diverse techniques, often incorporating music, art, and experiential interventions.
She understands the challenges of feeling disconnected from oneself, the fear of emotions, feeling "numb", and the overwhelming sensation of "not knowing what to do". She believes she can assist in such situations. Working from a feminist/multicultural perspective, she finds that helping individuals strike a balance between choice and surrender leads to a more empowered and fulfilling life. She possesses extensive training and experience in supporting survivors of sexual assault and firmly believes that when individuals discover their sense of power, their overall life satisfaction improves.
She is trained in EMDR, attachment, internal family systems, and feminist/multicultural therapy. Over the past three years, she has dedicated her practice to assisting survivors of sexual trauma.
Recognizing the challenge in finding the right therapist, she offers a complimentary 30-minute consultation to provide clarity and allow potential clients to determine if she is the right fit for their needs. She eagerly anticipates connecting with those seeking her expertise.
At times, certain aspects of life can become daunting and paralyzing. Navigating these moments can be challenging, leaving one unsure of where to turn. In her practice, she understands the significance of having someone offer tools, techniques, and knowledge to achieve healing. She believes in working hand in hand with her clients, fostering a team-based approach to therapy. She has assisted adults, couples, college students, and adolescents dealing with a variety of challenges such as depression, anxiety, mood disorders, trauma, relationship troubles, familial concerns, grief, self-harm, and suicidal tendencies. Regardless of the struggle, she emphasizes that there is always a beacon of hope for recovery.
She employs a diverse range of evidence-based methodologies, including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT), emotionally-focused therapy (EFT), and Gottman couples’ therapy. In every approach, her aim is to operate with compassion and empathy, ensuring she starts from where the client is and progresses at their preferred pace.
Whitney is dedicated to aiding her clients in cultivating understanding, security, empowerment, and contentment. Whatever the concerns may be, clients can anticipate receiving care, sensitivity, and understanding. She is confident that through collaboration, they can pave the way to a richer, happier, and more tranquil existence. She encourages potential clients to reach out, eager to discuss how she can be a partner in their journey to healing.