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Ms. Bentz uses a client centered approach to provide a safe and empathetic environment. She views therapy as a process of teamwork between the therapist and the individual, couple, or family. Drawing from cognitive behavioral, mindfulness, family and play therapy techniques, Ms. Bentz works with her clients to find their unique path to stronger emotional health.
She has experience working with ages 2 to 75 with a variety of concerns including anxiety, mood disorders, grief, and trauma. She is trained in trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy and child parent psychotherapy. She tailors therapy to help you identify your goals, build on your strengths to reach them, and challenge what gets in the way.
Rocky holds a master's degree in counseling psychology from Marymount University. He believes in treating every client as a unique individual and uses a person-centered approach. He has training in psychodynamic, cognitive, and rational therapy. He is board certified in clinical hypnosis. His experience includes working with adult and adolescent clients suffering from depression, PTSD, and anxiety. Rocky has specialized training to support sexual assault and harassment survivors. He has a practical understanding of the unique experiences of active-duty and prior-service members and their families. He has also worked with individuals on the autism spectrum, and with families and couples dealing with relationship issues and crisis situations. Rocky’s approach is to first understand the history and nature of an individual, and to clearly define the client’s goals and needs. This is the first step in helping a person live a better life or resolve a problem. He believes that through active, non-judgmental support and guidance, long-lasting growth and healing can be achieved.
Mr. Donahue is a graduate of Hood College where he received his Master's Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a specialty in Thanatology, death and dying, and trauma therapy. Mr. Donahue utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy while working from a Reality Therapy perspective that our past decisions do not dictate our future. Mr. Donahue has experience working with individuals between 4-71 and sees all ages. His areas of expertise include, Anxiety, Grief and Loss, Mood Disorders, Substance Use/Addiction, Depression, and Trauma.
- Adolescents (14-18)
- Young Adults
- Mood Disorders
- Life Transitions
- Existential Crisis
- Communication Difficulties
- Emotional Recognition and Understanding
- Coping Skills
- Spirituality/ Spiritual Issues
Ms. Logan has experience working with older adolescents and adults with a variety of presenting problems such as grief and loss, mood disorders, personality disorders, anxiety, psychosis, substance use, and trauma. Ms. Logan believes that mental health is a lifelong journey and she is looking forward to being a part of yours. Ms. Logan has a special interest in couples and relationship therapy and has completed Levels 1 & 2 of the Gottman Method Therapy Training.
Ms. Pruitt has experience working with adolescents and adults in a variety of settings, including juvenile detention center, outpatient clinics, and private practices. She has worked with a variety of presenting problems such as anxiety, depression, mood disorders, trauma, psychosis, gender dysphoria, and ADHD.
Ms. Pruitt is a compassionate, person-centered therapist who encourages her clients to flourish in the environment in which they live. She applies methods of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Motivational Interviewing.
"You are the pilot of your life, and I, as a therapist, am merely a passenger to assist you through life turbulences." -Ashly Pruitt, LGPC
If you would like to schedule an appointment with any of our providers please call the office at 240-575-9688 and someone will return your call within 1 business day.