Jenny Whipple

From the time we are small we are taught how to math, how to science, and how to follow the rules, but we are not taught how to human.  Counseling is where you can learn to human in a mindful and meaningful way.

Bethany Gardner-Blue

My focus for our therapy sessions is to help you understand your personal story and how it can help you build greater resilience and improve your overall quality of life. Healing occurs on multiple levels including physical, emotional, and spiritual. I aim to incorporate all three perspectives as we work together on engaging your thoughts, emotions, and body during the therapeutic process. We will work collaboratively towards achieving mutually agreed-upon goals and ensuring you feel equipped with the skills to maintain your progress after therapy.

Amber Cheney

Every person has a voice and Amber believes it is important for that voice to be heard. Relationships can be messy and complicated. Our voices can often feel lost in the chaos. She works with clients to help them be, and feel, heard. In addition, she believes that no two experiences are the same. This means that even siblings raised together will have different perspectives and experiences of their childhood. These differences can lead people to define the world differently than others around them. Amber helps clients to identify these differences and explore the behavioral and emotional impact they have on current relationships. The hope is that through understanding and appreciating the individuality that all clients bring into therapy, each client can gain a deeper understanding of themselves and their relationships.

Zach Dixson

Zach is a Licensed Associate Counselor in Mesa, Arizona. He has a Master’s degree in Counseling with an emphasis in Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling from Idaho State University. Zach has received advanced training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy and Trauma-focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy.