Therapists

We look forward to working with you to bring out your best self.

Jeremy Duke

I take an active role in counseling.

I believe how we form relationships can facilitate or block our development and help us make sense of ourselves and our role in the world. Therefore, awareness of how we relate to others can lead to productive change away from self-defeating behaviors. More >>

Candice Kundert

I am committed to a therapeutic process that enhances each person’s potential and honors everyone’s unique path. I believe it is important to embrace each other’s differences, and that we all have inside of us the capacity to feel loved and happy. Sometimes we need help to get there. I also believe that life is a continual process of learning and re-learning. At the core of everyone I trust that we all have an amazing potential to feel and be the way we desire. Therapy is a process of becoming that can help you get there in a way that works for you.

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Lauren Eisleben

Chances are, if you’re reading this, you are looking for help. Maybe you are struggling in a relationship, going through a life transition, or want to stop using drugs or alcohol or pornography. Maybe you question your purpose in your ho-hum, mundane daily routine. And even maybe…it’s all of the above.

Asking for help is hard! I know this to be true. I spent a lot of years doing it alone. Some days, I was really good at keeping it all together, and some days, I wasn’t sure which way was up. Then I found counseling. Counseling changed my life; having a person – dedicated to me – changed my life.

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Bethany Nunnelly

Life is full of many ups, downs, and in-betweens. It is challenging and even devastating. If you are in a place in your life that is difficult, counseling can be helpful. A key part of counseling is the therapeutic relationship established between client and therapist. I will give you a safe space where you can come as you are, without judgement, to feel seen and heard.

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