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Beth Ahlin, MS, LCPC

I believe that walking into a counselor's office takes strength and courage. Often times, people have been struggling for a long time before they decide to seek help. Seeking help can be difficult but beneficial. I use a cognitive behavioral therapy and solution-focused approach in my work with clients. I enjoy working with teens, adults, and their families on issues surrounding attachment and parenting. I want to help motivated families reconnect and build stronger relationships with one another. I have significant experience working with individuals and family counseling. I am experienced in treating anxiety, depression, PTSD, substance use, school issues, and anger-issues. 

I also specialize in helping pregnant and postpartum women, specifically with issues surrounding postpartum depression and anxiety, issues surrounding breastfeeding, and attachment or gentle parenting methods. Support is the key to success on this journey and I believe in meeting my clients where they are at in life.



Kim Malloy, MA, LCPC

Have you ever felt lost or just feel that maybe you need someone who isn't a friend or family member to talk to? We have all had times in our lives when we may be struggling and feel that no one is going to understand. I work with all populations, ages and backgrounds specifically younger children. I have significant experience working with ADHD, anxiety, depression, substance abuse, and parenting issues as well as struggles unique to military life. I practice solution focused therapy as a means to help you feel empowered to resolve these issues.  

I'm currently accepting new clients and do have evening hours available. I provide clients with skills to handle daily challenges as well as more significant issues. I provide individual, family, and couples counseling in the office. Please feel free to contact me today for more information.


Emily Mooshegian, MSW, LCSW

Are you feeling overwhelmed with something in your life and can't seem to find a way through it? It could be a sudden, specific issue or a long-term one. It could be on an individual level or within a couple or family. It could be something very tangible, such as the loss of a loved one, or general feelings or thoughts that you can’t seem to shake.  Sometimes we just need redirection- an opportunity to take a step back and see the situation in a different light. Through a compassionate, empathetic, and honest approach, my goal is to help each client identify the true issues that are causing problems in their lives and help them find realistic, solution-focused strategies to help manage them. 

Although initiating counseling can be a difficult, sometimes frightening decision, seeking non-judgmental, professional help can give you the opportunity to move toward healthier relationships, improved self-esteem, and a better quality of life. I have worked with adolescents, adults, and older adults with a wide array of backgrounds and concerns, including traumatic illness and injury, pain management, anxiety, mood disorders, relationship issues, grief and loss, and many other concerns. Please contact me with any questions. I look forward to working with you and seeing you meet your goals!

Now offering play therapy.

Amy Morby, MSW, LCSW

It's easy to just stay stuck where you have always been, it takes strength and work to make your life a better place to live.  I have been working in the field of mental health for over 15 years and it has been a gift to walk along side people through their own individual journey.  I use solution focused therapy along with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in order to help individuals, families, and couples find their new start.  I feel that the path to finding their happiness is through honesty and trust.  

I have an extensive history in helping those who have experienced depression, trauma, anxiety, PTSD, marital difficulties and many other curve balls that life throws throughout our years.  I would love to help you find the tools that work for you so that you can find your own strength and purpose. 

Leah Rutenberg, MS, LCPC

Have you been in counseling several times before and felt that you would like more direction and feedback?  Well, if so, I can assure you that you will not only be provided non-judgmental and honest feedback, but it will also be direct and solution-focused feedback to help with the change process.  I utilize Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as well a variety of other approaches, including assertiveness training and communication coaching, to resolve current and ongoing life stressors.

I have worked in the mental health field for more than 15 years with a wide range of clients.  I have immense experience working with teenagers, couples, anger management and domestic violence, substance abuse as well as issues related to trauma.  I have significant treatment experience with issues related to military life including pre-deployment issues as well as reintegration upon return and military specific trauma.  In addition to treatment of our military, I also work with police officers and fireman to reduce work-related stress.   I also treat issues relating to bipolar disorder, depression, and anxiety.    If you should have any further questions or would like additional information, please feel free to email or call the office so that we can set you up with the therapist that best fits your treatment needs.

Tracy Sashidharan, MA, LCPC

Are you feeling depressed? Overwhelmed? Anxious? Irritated? Together, we may be able to find you some relief. I practice a goal-oriented, solution-focused therapy, coupled with support and motivation. My emphasis is in the use of cognitive-behavioral methods which have clear, scientific support of their effectiveness and efficiency. This may involve the use of relaxation, visualization, challenging dysfunctional thoughts, positive self-talk, etc. For younger children, I tend to integrate this approach via games and play tactics. 

I work with individuals and families ages 3 years and up, who present with a variety of issues, for therapy. Also, because my approach is fairly goal-oriented, the overall length of treatment tends to be of shorter duration.