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Bio: Daryl Holloway

« Go back Daryl Holloway, PsyD, LP (she/her)APPROACHDr. Holloway is a licensed psychologist who utilizes an approach that centers humanism, interpersonal process, feminism and multiculturalism. Her work as a therapist is deeply relational, and she aims to help those with whom she is working to understand their current concerns more fully and attend to their needs in a more compassionate …

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Bio: Sydney Eckert

« Go back Sydney Eckert, Ph.D, Doctoral Mental Health Therapist (she/her)Sydney is a pre-licensed therapist who works primarily with adolescents, adults, and older-adults.APPROACHSydney’s approach to therapy begins with building an understanding, authentic, and collaborative relationship with clients. She views mental health as one piece of wellness and strives to take a holistic and integrative approach to health and wellness. Sydney …

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Bio: Wendy Floss

« Go back Wendy Floss, BA, Mental Health Practitioner (she/her) Wendy is a mental health practitioner who works with individuals (12+), couples, and families in improving their personal and relational wellbeing. APPROACHWendy meets her clients where they are with nonjudgment and acceptance. With warmth, humor, and empathy, Wendy supports her clients in working toward their goals and inviting ease into …

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Bio: Nick Dailey-Arndt

« Go back Nick Dailey-Arndt, MS, Mental Health Practitioner (he/him)Nick is an individual therapist who works with adults ages 18+.APPROACHNick believes that each of us possesses the tools to enhance our personal wellness, and that clients are the experts in their own lives. He prioritizes collaborative relationships with clients, as well as cultural sensitivity and proficiency with trauma. He cultivates …

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Bio: Jari Welle

« Go back Jari Welle, MA, LMFT, RYT 200 (she/her)Jari has been a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist for over 20 years. She also holds a certification in Yoga. Jari prefers to work with age 18 and up who struggle with depression and anxiety. She also enjoys working with couples on relationships and marriage issues. APPROACHJari’s approach in working with …

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Bio: April Hadley

« Go back April Hadley, MA, Mental Health Practitioner (she/her)April is a doctoral candidate in clinical psychology and works individually with adolescents and adults from a relational approach while utilizing depth psychological and humanistic perspectives. April has been providing mental health services since 2012 and is currently a pre-licensed therapist in the state of Minnesota. APPROACHWhile having formal training in …

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Bio: Jenny Harris

« Go back Jenny Harris, MA, LADC, LPCC (she/her)Jenny believes that people can heal from mental health symptoms by finding their true self. Whether it be finding themselves again or for the first time. She believes that people are capable of achieving and maintaining lasting change. If we open up to the possibility, the healing process gets to be fun …

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Bio: Kris Chaffee

« Go back Kris Chaffee, PsyDKris Chaffee is a doctorally trained therapist who has worked in the field of psychology since 1984. Her goal is to utilize her knowledge to help clients achieve their best selves. She works with people from 12-years-old up as individuals and as families. She sees clients of all backgrounds and beliefs and values all individual …

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Bio: Jessica Schiller

« Go back Jessica Schiller, MA, LADC, Mental Health Practitioner (she/her)Jessica is a family-systems trained mental health practitioner with a background in treating addiction and trauma since 2007. She specializes in working with individuals 16+ and couples.APPROACHJessica has a compassionate, non-judgmental, collaborative approach. She recognizes the worth and resilience of her clients from all backgrounds and supports their ability to …

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Bio: Heather Wyatt

« Go back Heather Wyatt, PsyD (she/her)Heather is a doctoral mental health therapist who specializes in working with women ages 30 and above. Heather believes that mental health care is a core component to living and thriving. Mental wellbeing, just like physical and spiritual wellbeing, needs attention, engagement, and most importantly the experience of safety to change. Figuring out what …