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Dawn T Barry Hulme, Marriage and Family Therapist MFCC 50153, Certified Imago Relationship Therapist, Clinical Supervisor. Bachelor of Science in Family Science, Masters in Psychology with emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy

As the founder and clinical supervisor of Windows of Hope Counseling Center, it was my hope to create a non-profit agency offering effective and affordable counseling to the community. It is my belief that everyone deserves to be nurtured and supported during their healing process. Many times while on our life journey we can become confused and experience difficulty finding our way. The twists and curves life brings us may seem overwhelming. My hope is to help clients become anchored so that when life difficulties become part of their journey they stay flexible while keeping their direction intact. I specialize with couples and individuals using “Imago” therapeutic techniques along with mindfulness based practices.

Isaiah Hulme, Marriage and Family Therapist MFCC 82220, Masters in Counseling Psychology

As a counselor at Windows of Hope counseling center my focus has been with individuals, couples, adolescents and families. My area of emphasis includes a combination of psycho dynamic, family systems, and narrative techniques and processes. I also have experience using the Imago dialogue technique in working with both families and couples. It is my desire to work with people to develop an enhanced insight or greater appreciation to their own unique mental, emotional and spiritual process thereby enabling them to experience the fullness of life.

A great teacher once said, “the kingdom of heaven is within you.”

Cameron Cleland, Counselor (under the supervision of a LMFT)

I work with clients using a combination of humanistic and depth psychology approaches along with the practical application of dialectical behavior therapy. I like to begin with my client’s goals while incorporating current life situations and childhood experiences. I use mindfulness based practices, along with tools to help with emotional regulation and distress tolerance. It is my belief that it is important to create meaning for behaviors while creating structure to manage them. I create a personalized therapeutic experience for my clients.

I help couples work through conflict resolution using the Gotman method, and I help couples learn how to understand and support one another more effectively and compassionately. It is my goal that after therapy, clients will have the tools necessary to work through disagreements harmoniously, as best friends.

Eileen Ashby, Counselor (under the supervision of a LMFT)

At times, we experience challenges in life that may leave us feeling overwhelmed, uneasy (anxious) or even depressed. During times of transition or following a significant loss you may hunger for a place to voice your worries, fears, or dreams for something more. You may be searching for new ways to navigate the challenges you are facing. Psychotherapy can be a powerful tool for nurturing yourself back to a state of well-being. I work with couples, individuals, and families, utilizing a combination of mindfulness, family systems, and strength-based approaches. I have a down to earth approach and teach practical coping skills for dealing with overwhelming thoughts and emotions. Specific areas of focus include anxiety, depression, relationships, grief, trauma, sexual abuse, spirituality, and career-related concerns. As a counselor at Windows of Hope Counseling Center, I strive to provide a safe non-judgmental space for reflection, exploration, and self-discovery in the areas where you desire assistance. I will listen, encourage, guide, and support you in connecting to your intuitive wisdom.

Ashley Paul, Counselor (under the supervision of a LMFT

Sometimes in life we find ourselves looking for a trustworthy professional to help us with pressing the reset button. Children, adolescents, individuals, couples, and families alike are welcome in this healing space. Some issues we may work on include anger management, developing stronger interpersonal skills, or naming and managing difficult emotions, as well as a myriad of others. We will spend our confidential sessions using warmth and empathy to work toward short and long-term life goals. It is healing to put words to your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, and I am committed and honored to be part of that process with you. Life is short; I want to help you spend it living authentically, in a way that embodies your personal values.

Courtney Teasley, Counselor (under the supervision of a LMFT)

As a counselor at Windows of Hope Counseling Center I have experience in working with individuals, couples, as well as families. My main therapeutic orientation is derived from a cognitive behavioral perspective. However I also incorporate other techniques from various perspectives such as person-centered, dialectical-behavioral, solution focused, IMAGO dialogue and psych dynamic theory to tailor my approach to each individual, couple, or family. My desire is to help my clients reach their goals by focusing on their individual strengths and life experiences. I strive to create a genuine, trustful, and safe environment for all of my clients.

Lowell Michels, Counselor (under supervision of a LMFT)

I offer an eclectic approach to the counseling process while emphasizing Person-Centered, Psycho-dynamic, and Cognitive theories and techniques. I strive to create a genuine, trustful and congruent therapeutic environment where I focus on a client’s strengths, resilience, and life experiences as catalysts for positive growth or change. I am experienced in helping individuals work through depression, anxiety, grief, and addiction. I openly welcome the opportunity to work with individuals from varying cultural and social backgrounds. My experiences in community based mental health and inpatient addiction treatment have given me great insight into the individual, familial, and social needs of our community.

Ryan Chambers, Counselor (under supervision of a LMFT)

I am a counselor trainee with over a year of experience at Windows of Hope working with couples and adult individuals. I love helping clients navigate road blocks in life using my unique perspectives on my clients’ problems. I use a blend of therapeutic approaches including client-centered therapy, cognitive and behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, and attachment therapy. I came to Windows of Hope with many years of therapy as a client and having used numerous therapeutic approaches that served me well. I have overcome significant life challenges, so I understand the therapeutic process from both sides of the room. Each client’s road in life and in therapy is as unique as clients’ personalities. I love helping guide clients through their unique journey and helping make sense of the unknowns and discomforts we all face in life. My therapeutic style includes humor and thought-provoking questions help clients feel a sense of relief, support, and hope. I enjoy mountain biking, working out, ice hockey, everything technology-related, and enjoying quality time with my girlfriend.

 

 

 

 

meet dawn, our founder

Dawn T Barry Hulme, Director, Marriage and Family Therapist MFCC 50153, Masters in Psychology with emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy

As the founder and lead counselor of Windows of Hope Counseling Center, it was my hope to create a non-profit agency offering effective and affordable counseling to the community. It is my belief that everyone deserves to be nurtured and supported during their healing process. Many times while on our life journey we can become confused and experience difficulty finding our way. My hope is to help clients become anchored so that when life difficulties become part of their journey they stay flexible while keeping their direction intact. I specialize with couples and individuals using "Imago" therapeutic techniques along with mindfulness based practices.

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