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    Mental Health Counseling

    At Parasol Wellness Collaborative, we know that the relationship between a therapist and client is a sacred one and that this relationship is the single most important factor in positive therapy outcomes.  That’s why our services are tailored to fit each client’s unique needs from day one, starting with our intake process.

    Our intake coordinator works closely with our clinicians so that she can have a really clear idea of what their specialties and passions are, how they tend to work with clients, and what their preferred schedule/caseload entails.  This way, we can make sure our clinicians are doing the work that most excites their passions for the best possible client outcomes.

    When a new client reaches out to us, our intake coordinator takes time to get to know that client’s unique needs so that she can match them to a therapist who will be the best fit possible for them.  And, since we’re most interested in helping people to be well, if we don’t have a clinician that would be a good fit or if we think of other services outside of Parasol that might be helpful- we’ll always try to connect you with the best community resources available.

     

    Meet the Staff

    Our therapists come from diverse backgrounds, each with their own unique approach to the work they do. And, we all come together as a team to collaborate on the care of our clients and learn from each other so that we can provide the highest quality support possible. Because we’re better together.

    Please note that all of our therapists are set up to conduct sessions via telehealth due to the pandemic. Requests for in person sessions will be considered on a case by case basis between each individual therapist and their client.


    Please note that not all of our clinicians accept online bookings, please call us to connect with a clinician who is not listed here or be matched to a clinician via our intake process.

    Our Intake Coordinator

    Hi! I’m Cassidy Trotter, Client Care Coordinator at Parasol Wellness! It’s nice to meet you!

    When you call or schedule a time to connect with me, we’ll talk about your unique care needs and work together to come up with a plan for how Parasol Wellness can best help you to be well. I’m closely connected with every member of the Parasol team and will help match you to a therapist who will be the best fit for your needs, help sign you up for yoga/meditation classes, schedule time for you to meet with our nutritionist, or help you find other community resources that may be of service to you.

    I am a recent graduate from North Central University with a Bachelors degree in both Psychology and Humanitarian Leadership and jumped right into my graduate studies to become a marriage and family therapist! I am passionate about helping and serving people and love to work in an atmosphere where the care of others is prioritized. In my free time, I enjoy reading, painting, hiking, and spending time with my family and friends.

    I look forward to connecting with you!

    The Collaborators

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    Leah D Corder, LMFT

    Leah D Corder, LMFT

    I don’t like writing bios. I get that it’s helpful to know some things about me before deciding to engage in a life changing journey together, I just can’t seem to articulate what my work means to me.
    Robbie Deering, LMFT

    Robbie Deering, LMFT

    I believe the most important factor in successful therapy is the therapist-client relationship. I bring humor, honesty, authenticity, and warmth into my sessions, while creating a safe and supportive space for clients to be who they are.
    Rindie Eagle, LPCC

    Rindie Eagle, LPCC

    Here is a little background on myself to help you get to know me. Personally: I have been married for over 24 years and have two daughters ages 17 and 14.
    Hilary Greene, LMFT

    Hilary Greene, LMFT

    Hilary’s goal as a therapist is to guide her clients in the exploration of themselves and their lives, within a safe and nurturing environment without judgement...
    Rachelle Morrison-Weseloh, LPCC, ATR-BC

    Rachelle Morrison-Weseloh, LPCC, ATR-BC

    In a creative and caring environment, I help clients of all ages identify and explore those issues that may be getting in the way of a more rewarding life, a better self-image or more fulfilling relationships.
    Lisa Moen, LPCC

    Lisa Moen, LPCC

    I believe therapy can be beneficial in so many areas, such as seeking clarity in your life, wanting to work through difficult emotions, processing traumatic experiences, challenging negative thinking patterns, and focusing on personal growth. I work to create a safe space in which people can express themselves and feel comfortable with that expression. I […]
    Alyssa Wentworth, MS

    Alyssa Wentworth, MS

    As a clinician, I hope to help families explore and grow to cope with life’s struggles. I strive to create a partnership with children, families, and couples to find a healing experience.

    On finding a therapist...

    While our Intake Coordinator is really good at carefully matching clients to therapists who will be a good fit, you’re also encouraged to be an active participant in the process of selecting a therapist.  If you have someone in mind after reviewing our team and their biographies here, please don’t hesitate to request to schedule with a specific therapist.  And, if you meet with a therapist but don’t feel a connection, please let us know so that we can help guide you to a better fit- we never take it personally, we just want you to have all the support you need.

    Here’s a few articles that we hope will help you in your research:

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    Here is more info regarding some of our specialties: