Crystal Herring is a Licensed Professional Counselor whose specialty has been working with adolescents and their families for close to 20 years. Her experience spans inpatient, residential, and community-based programs, as well as private practice. She believes that treating clients in these vastly different environments has enriched the quality of her work and her perspective on life.
Crystal uses an integrative approach to therapy that is based on your unique strengths, individual needs, and circumstances. Her process is person-centered, reality-oriented and collaborative. Sessions tend to be focused on solutions, not problems. While at times it is necessary and useful to delve into the past, the emphasis tends to be more on making positive change in the present and future. Her therapeutic style is warm, interactive, and empathetic. You can expect to be treated with care and respect. You can count on authenticity, an objective and non-judgmental stance, and some gentle challenges when you find yourself “stuck”. There will also be a little kind humor thrown in when appropriate.
When she isn’t working, she enjoys spending time with her husband and furbabies and traveling to warmer locales around the world.
Mellisa Wright is a Licensed Professional Counselor who has spent the past eight years working at an inpatient crisis stabilization setting with adults. She specializes in emotional and physical regulation to help manage difficult situations, general stress and anxiety, depression and the reexperiencing of traumatic events. The work she does is collaborative and strength-based and believes that all paths taken in that room are meant to lead toward a future that brings hope and growth.
The mission of Mellisa’s therapeutic approach is to empower you. For healthy change to occur a healthy space that provides compassion, honesty and listening is essential. She listens well, and without judgment, but she does give practical support and clearly communicates with you what she is observing in your time together. She believes that no matter how overwhelmed you feel there are opportunities for health and growth, and there are techniques to help you better navigate this time of change.
Shelby Wilson is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) who has worked with clients experiencing a wide range of mental health challenges including trauma, anxiety, grief, and depression. She has worked both in an inpatient military unit and a crisis stabilization unit. She specializes in anxiety disorders, trauma and PTSD, and building self-confidence. She also specializes in working with military populations and veterans.
Shelby’s therapeutic process is cognitive-behavior and reality based. She believes in meeting you where you’re at and working in a collaborative way. Her mission is to help you develop insights, strategies, and tools to use outside of session to accomplish your specific goals. Her work is focused on reclaiming your power and building strength, growth, and hope.
Shelby believes that healthy change starts from within and her role is to be a guide during this process. During your time with her you’ll work on building self-empowerment, better self-care, and self-awareness. No matter what you’re going through there’s always room to learn and grow from the past to make a better future.
Angela Wyne is a licensed therapist in the states of Alaska (LPC) and Massachusetts (LMHC) and earned her degree while living in Boston and the surrounding areas. She has spent the last 12 years practicing in a variety of settings including a detention treatment center, community health center, outpatient clinics, and a crisis stabilization program.
Angela’s therapy style looks to provide a warm and compassionate space that is safe and free of judgment. Working through change and finding the path towards happiness and wellness is both difficult and unique to the individual. Her approach is eclectic and tailored towards your individual needs. She has experience in helping individuals who are struggling with depression, anxiety, grief and loss, poor sleep, and other difficult life situations.
Angela’s hope is to support you in learning how to take a deeper look at thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that are getting in the way of you reaching your goals. Drawing on the elements of several different counseling styles like Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Motivational Interviewing (MI), she will move at a pace that is comfortable to you, maintaining focus on your strengths and working to help you build confidence and resilience. She believes it is important to consider the whole person and will work with you to find the meaningful change that you are looking for in your life.
Rebecca DeVito is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Army veteran, and spouse of an Airforce veteran. She was in the Army for 6 years, serving as a Black Hawk mechanic and crew chief, and has extensive experience working with military personnel, veterans, and first responders.
Her professional experience is treating trauma, anxiety, and depression, helping people achieve the life they want and deserve. Having provided care in inpatient and outpatient settings, she uses trauma-focused treatment, Acceptance Commitment therapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing, while working collaboratively with the client to address their treatment needs at a pace that is comfortable to them.
Amy Dummann is a born and raised Alaskan. She graduated with a Bachelors in Human Services at the University of Alaska Anchorage and went on to earn a Masters Degree In Counseling Psychology with Alaska Pacific University. Amy has worked in the field for over 20 years and has been a licensed professional counselor since 2015. She has worked within acute inpatient settings, outpatient not-for-profit agencies, and private practice. Amy has extensive experience working with individuals experiencing Anxiety, Depression, FASD, Autism, trauma, mental illness, intellectual and developmental disabilities, and life transitions. Amy has a particularly strong passion for working with adolescents as they navigate through the many challenges that this time in their lives brings.
Amy believes that with the right support all individuals can thrive in their lives. Her approach is relationship-based with significant value placed on an individual’s strengths and she will work with clients at a pace that works best for them. Amy utilizes multiple counseling modalities, including Person Centered Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Reality Based Therapy.
When not working Amy enjoys cross country skiing, hiking, biking, gardening, baking, and spending time with her husband and daughter.