Administrative Team

Joe LeRoy, MSW, LICSW
Joe LeRoy, MSW, LICSWPresident & CEO
Rachael Gray, MS, CCC-SLP
Rachael Gray, MS, CCC-SLPDirector of Program Operations
Juanita Kean
Juanita KeanHuman Resources Director
Pam Singleton
Pam SingletonDirector of Finance
Jesie Holden
Jesie HoldenDirector of Development
Elizabeth Lords
Elizabeth LordsGrant Coordinator
Megan Deede
Megan DeedeData & Systems Officer
Tim Johnston
Tim JohnstonCommunications Coordinator
Kathy Cox
Kathy CoxIntake Specialist
Karen Herman
Karen HermanBilling Manager
LaRie Blake
LaRie BlakeIntake Specialist
Jessica Hench
Jessica HenchAdministrative Assistant
Hallie Branham
Hallie BranhamAdministrative Assistant
Megan Thornton
Megan ThorntonAdministrative Assistant
Ann Marie Marquie
Ann Marie MarquieAccounting Assistant
Shauna Thayer
Shauna ThayerBilling & Credentialing Specialist

Healing Hearts Counseling Team

Phoebe Mulligan, MSW, LICSW
Phoebe Mulligan, MSW, LICSWClinical Director
“I believe that effective counseling stems from a positive relationship with my clients combined with the knowledge and ability to provide appropriate treatments.”
Bio
Jennifer Evinger, MS, LMHC, NCC
Jennifer Evinger, MS, LMHC, NCCProgram Director
“I believe that every client deserves a therapist that is a good fit for them and the concerns that they are bringing into therapy.”
Bio
Bill DeWitt, MS, LMHC
Bill DeWitt, MS, LMHCClinical Supervisor
“My approach varies depending on the needs of each client, couple, or family, but my primary goal is to listen closely to my clients and build a relationship based on openness and trust.”
Bio
Tammy Tangen, MA, LMHC
Tammy Tangen, MA, LMHCClinical Supervisor
“My goal is to help my client achieve their goals and move forward in their life with confidence.”
Bio
Morgan Vanderpool, LICSW, TC-TSY-T
Morgan Vanderpool, LICSW, TC-TSY-T
“I utilize a client-centered approach to therapy using cognitive behavioral, trauma-sensitive, family-systems, and strengths-based approaches.”
Bio
Kimberly Meade, MA, LMFT
Kimberly Meade, MA, LMFT
“The most effective treatment happens when there is a trusting relationship between the client and therapist. Once we’ve established a positive relationship, we will set goals together for treatment.”
Bio
Shannon Meyer, LMHC, CDPT
Shannon Meyer, LMHC, CDPT
“I emphasize my client’s strengths as a way to help them grow and achieve their goals in therapy.”
Bio
David Kraljevich, MA, LMHC
David Kraljevich, MA, LMHC
“I approach counseling primarily from an integral standpoint which means looking at the individual, social, objective and subjective aspects of the individual(s) in counseling.”
Bio
Betsy Moore, MA, LMHC
Betsy Moore, MA, LMHC
“I believe that we are all relational by nature and developing a therapeutic relationship based on trust, respect, and mutual regard is essential.”
Bio
Christina Fajardo, MA, LMHC
Christina Fajardo, MA, LMHC
“I am passionate about working with my families to foster useful skills that can be used in and out of therapy sessions.”
Bio
Lisa Pierce, MA, LMHCA
Lisa Pierce, MA, LMHCA
“I believe humans are social by nature; our identities are developed as we look into the mirror of others. Our stance toward life and relationships is shaped by our first relationships.”
Bio
Alexis Krug, MA, LMFTA
Alexis Krug, MA, LMFTA
“I believe in utilizing my clients strengths to create a context where challenges can be overcome and hope can prevail.”
Bio
Joe Contris, MA, LMHC
Joe Contris, MA, LMHC
“I believe in a holistic healing approach that respects all aspects of the person-physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual.”
Bio
Amanda Watling, MA, LMHC, CMHS
Amanda Watling, MA, LMHC, CMHS
“I believe in creating a safe environment to establish a therapeutic relationship where there is mutual trust, respect, and honesty.”
Bio
Mellisa Clark, MA, LMHCA
Mellisa Clark, MA, LMHCA
“With compassion and understanding, I am committed to helping you meet attainable goals for yourself and gain an overall sense of well-being.”
Bio
Nicole Pawelek, MA, LMHC, NCC
Nicole Pawelek, MA, LMHC, NCC
“I operate from a client centered perspective where I believe each client knows best about their individual experience…”
Bio
 Tessa Keating, MSc CQSW, LICSW
Tessa Keating, MSc CQSW, LICSW
“I believe in creating collaborative partnerships with clients to identify and and
overcome difficulties.”
Bio
Christie L. Seligman, MS, LMHC
Christie L. Seligman, MS, LMHC
“I seek to support others through the therapeutic relationship to find a greater understanding and appreciation of themselves and to experience healing and growth.”
Bio
Alie Gadek, MA, MHP, LMHC, LMFTA
Alie Gadek, MA, MHP, LMHC, LMFTA
“I believe that building and maintaining a strong therapeutic relationship is imperative for creating space to learn new skills and for change to take place.”
Bio
Joy Lynne McKenzie, MA, LMFTA, CHMP
Joy Lynne McKenzie, MA, LMFTA, CHMP
“My approach provides safety during the therapeutic process while building strengths and identify barriers to healing.”
Bio
Jamie Melsness, MA, LMHCA, LMFTA
Jamie Melsness, MA, LMHCA, LMFTA
“I believe in the power of a strong therapeutic relationship in which the foundation begins with trust and respect.”
Bio
Jeffry Steele
Jeffry SteeleGraduate Intern

Eating Recovery Team

Lisa Werner, RD, CD
Lisa Werner, RD, CD Registered Dietitian
“My goal in counseling is to help individuals to rediscover the desire to respect their bodies and focus on self care and health care by … building a better relationship with food to promote health and wellness.”
Bio
Alie Gadek, MA, MHP, LMHC, LMFTA
Alie Gadek, MA, MHP, LMHC, LMFTA
“I believe that building and maintaining a strong therapeutic relationship is imperative for creating space to learn new skills and for change to take place.”
Bio
Shannon Meyer, LMHC, CDPT
Shannon Meyer, LMHC, CDPT
“I emphasize my client’s strengths as a way to help them grow and achieve their goals in therapy.”
Bio
Christie L. Seligman, MS, LMHC
Christie L. Seligman, MS, LMHC
“I seek to support others through the therapeutic relationship to find a greater understanding and appreciation of themselves and to experience healing and growth.”
Bio

Children’s Developmental Services Team

Lisa “Lou” Olson, MSW, LICSW
Lisa “Lou” Olson, MSW, LICSWProgram Director
“I believe that all individuals have the capacity for lasting change. I feel honored to work with individuals and families … in order move toward an increased state of emotional well-being”
Bio
Anna Blankenship
Anna BlankenshipAssistant Program Director
“Parents are their child’s first and best teachers. I strive to encourage parents to help their child reach their goals through offering individualized strategies and support.”
Bio
Sonya Galvon, MA, CCC-SLP
Sonya Galvon, MA, CCC-SLPSpeech Language Pathologist
“Children teach me every day. I love helping caregivers define their child’s individual strengths as we work to address the areas of concern.”
Bio
Kay Humphries, MS, CCC-SLP
Kay Humphries, MS, CCC-SLPSpeech Language Pathologist
“I provide intervention in the home by providing strategies and ideas to parents or a caregiver to use in the child’s natural environment.”
Bio
Hannah Bowley, MS, CCP-SLP
Hannah Bowley, MS, CCP-SLPSpeech Language Pathologist
“I use a child-centered approach to help kids communicate so they can successfully navigate their world.”
Bio
Angelica Castro
Angelica CastroSpeech Language Pathologist
“I believe that communication is important in every aspect of our life.”
Bio
Kelsey Zane, PT, DPT
Kelsey Zane, PT, DPTPhysical Therapist
“Early intervention is most successful when an interdisciplinary approach is utilized, in order to treat the child from a holistic perspective.”
Bio
Lynn Stonestreet, OTR/L
Lynn Stonestreet, OTR/LOccupational Therapist
“I like to provide early intervention Occupational Therapy Services using a Neurodevelopmental play-based model designed to engage children to move through typical developmental patterns to enhance motor development.”
Bio
Jenny Ikard, OTR/L
Jenny Ikard, OTR/LOccupational Therapist
“I believe collaboration and close communication with parents and caregivers is crucial to providing the best services in early intervention.”
Bio
Louise Andersen, COTA/L
Louise Andersen, COTA/LOccupational Therapy Assistant
“At its core, my practice is play-based and flows from a child’s natural sense of fun and wonder. Activities are multi-sensory and engaging.”
Bio
Theresa Schoen, COTA/L
Theresa Schoen, COTA/LOccupational Therapy Assistant
“It is often said that occupational therapists “put the FUN in functional.” My approach is centered around empowering children and their caregivers by providing skills and techniques that will help them live life to its fullest in an engaging, fun, and playful manner.”
Bio
Lisa King, COTA/L
Lisa King, COTA/LOccupational Therapy Assistant
“My approach to early intervention occupational therapy is play based and family oriented.”
Bio
Annika Swenson
Annika SwensonEarly Childhood Special Educator
“I believe that every parent has skills and it is my job to build off of those skills by partnering with the caregiver to provide strategies so that when I leave the parent becomes the teacher and the child is the learner.”
Bio
Alexis Ford
Alexis FordEarly Childhood Special Educator
“I strongly believe that children learn best in the least restrictive environment … I love watching children grow and accomplish their goals.”
Bio
Carolyn Reese
Carolyn ReeseEarly Childhood Special Educator
“I help parents identify their child’s strengths and weaknesses and show them how to build on their child’s interests.”
Bio
Michelle Millar
Michelle MillarEarly Childhood Special Educator
“My approach is to support the family in identifying their child’s unique strengths and skills, and serve as a guide to bring out the child’s best self.”
Bio
Kristin Johnson
Kristin JohnsonEarly Childhood Special Educator
Melanie Bruey
Melanie BrueyEarly Childhood Special Educator
“I believe in supporting children at their developmental level while building on their individual strengths through play and daily routines in their natural environment.”
Bio
Ericka Frink
Ericka FrinkFamily Resource Coordinator
“I ensure that families have the necessary supports and services in place for their children.”
Bio
Kimberly Nyland
Kimberly NylandFamily Resource Coordinator
“I have a connection with families that help insure they are in a safe place.”
Bio
Sherry Lussier
Sherry LussierFamily Resource Coordinator
“I enjoy working with culturally diverse families and am given the opportunity to learn and understand other cultural views of family structure and child-rearing practices.”
Bio
Sybille White
Sybille WhiteFamily Resource Coordinator
“I support a wide variety of children and their families with developmental and medical needs, autism and deaf and hard of hearing ”
Bio
Anna Rogers, MA, LMFTA
Anna Rogers, MA, LMFTAInfant Mental Health Therapist
“I believe counseling is about offering you space and tools to better understand yourself and the people you are in relationship with, including partners, children, parents, and friends.”
Bio
Bridget Ideker, MSW, LSWAIC
Bridget Ideker, MSW, LSWAICInfant Mental Health Therapist
“The early years of a human’s life are the most crucial as the brain is quickly laying a foundation on which to learn from and live by.”
Bio
Vianeth Zubrod
Vianeth ZubrodFinancial and Office Manager
Janina Basher
Janina BasherInsurance Biller
Stephanie Sanislo
Stephanie SanisloOffice Assistant/Intake Specialist

Relatives Raising Children Team

Rosalyn Alber
Rosalyn AlberProgram Director
Patricia West
Patricia WestKinship Navigator & HopesCloset Coordinator

Family Support Services Team

Tamie Nielsen
Tamie NielsenProgram Director

Family Support Workers:

  • Erin Boyd
  • Justina Riippi
  • Tamela McBride
  • Kimberly Sturgis
  • Connie Arias