Our unique team of professionals will walk alongside you as you journey to a healthier life. We invite you to learn more about each individual therapist and family coach below. All counselors are available through telehealth and in-person sessions.
Phoenix Arizona Counselors
(Maricopa, Pinal, and Graham County)
Brandon Jones, LPC, MAPC
Regional Clinical Director – Central Region
It is his prayer and heartfelt desire that every person who meets with him for therapy will leave with a deeper understanding of their strength and ability to overcome any obstacle. He looks forward to supporting you in your journey of moving from surviving to thriving using research-based counseling interventions. As a Licensed Professional Counselor, he makes it a top priority to create a counseling environment that is safe, non-judgmental, collaborative, and encouraging.
For those who share the Christian faith, Brandon uses scripture to encourage and inspire the healing process and will join you in praying to ask God to help the healing process.
Having learned valuable lessons from his personal life experiences, 15 years of marriage, and parenting his five biological and adopted children, he looks forward to supporting you as you navigate life’s challenges.
Jennie Dalcour, MA, LPC
Clinical Supervisor, Child & Family Therapist
She believes her role in therapy is to be a guide, to walk alongside clients, as they develop their own strength and motivation to change. Healing and change are organic processes that vary with each individual, occurring when clients feel accepted and safe where they are. She tailors therapy to each person to address current concerns and past trauma when appropriate.
She believes that clients are the experts in their own lives. She views clients’ experiences through a family systems lens, understanding how family dynamics affect people throughout their lives. She is a licensed professional counselor specializing in treating complex developmental and attachment trauma in children, adolescents, and adults.
In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her children and pets. She is also active in her church as a children’s teacher.
Michelle Lunka, LMFT
Michelle is a Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI®) Practitioner, Making Sense of Your Worth® (MSOYW®) Facilitator, and is EMDR trained.
She sees the world through the lens of relationships and the impact of our experiences within those relationships – both past and present. She is an avid learner and especially enjoys learning more about interpersonal neurobiology, attachment, the impact of trauma on our body and brain, and incorporating movement and sensory experiences into counseling. Her heart is that every client finds compassion for themselves, their partner, or their children and deep levels of healing individually and interpersonally.
Michelle and her husband have two adult children, were foster parents in the past, and are active in the community.
Clinical Intake Supervisor
Chuck Geddes, Ph.D.
Dr. Geddes has worked extensively in the fields of Child and Youth Mental Health and Child Welfare over the past 25 years. He completed his Ph.D. at Colorado State University and MA at California State University, Fullerton.
Dr. Geddes founded the organization Complex Trauma Resources and developed the Complex Care and Intervention program as a way to embed a trauma-focused therapeutic perspective into the care of children in the foster system.
In addition to clinical direction of complex cases, Dr. Geddes has provided education and training to social workers, foster and adoptive parents, and mental health clinicians across the province of British Columbia – and plans to offer these services here in Arizona as well.
Chuck and his wife, Louise, have three adult sons-one of whom has special needs. In his spare time, Chuck will often be found hiking or biking and is looking forward to exploring the trails around Prescott.
Haley Morte, MS
Child & Family Therapist, Family Coach
*Currently taking coaching clients
Her goal is to make all those who enter the counseling environment feel welcome and seen. When working with children, she hopes to both empower them and provide them with the tools to gain healthy awareness so they can communicate their needs. When consulting with parents, she hopes to provide them with psychoeducation on how various experiences impact the brain in addition to learning ways to effectively meet the needs of the children in their home.
She graduated with a Master’s degree in Professional Counseling and has worked with children ages 4-18 as well as their parents.
She has been married for six years and has personal experience with foster care and adoption as they are foster parents. She enjoys spending time in Northern Arizona and being outdoors.
Katherine Loh, MA, LAC, NCC
Mental Health Therapist, Family Coach
Katherine completed Level 2 training in Gottman Couples Therapy.
She loves to join clients in their unique situations to understand and help identify strengths, obstacles, and strategies for their personal goals.
Lucy Parkes, BA, CCTP
She chose to work in this field after searching for how to help her children heal from difficult pasts. She understands what parents are are going through. Her approach is to build on each family’s strengths, while providing psychoeducation on trauma and attachment that relates to their unique situation, so they can better understand what is driving their children’s behavior.
She aims to encourage and empower families while suggesting strategies that can improve connection and behavior. When working with clients, she draws on the culmination of her education and personal experiences to help families understand the big picture of what drives behavior as well as provide practical strategies to help heal.
She is married with a blended family and has five children, two of them are adopted. When she’s not working, she loves spending time with my family, especially doing things outdoors like camping, swimming, and hiking.
Sarah Earles, MS, LPC, NCC
Child & Family Therapist
*Currently, not accepting new clients
If God can raise Jesus from the dead, he can do anything! True, lasting change is a partnership between the Holy Spirit, you, and the team you trust. She would be honored to be part of your team, not telling you what to do, but rather providing care, encouragement, and perspective along the way.
You can choose if you would like faith-based content in therapy or not. Her faith motivates her to do what she does, but she is here to help you and your family achieve healing, health, and happiness based on what those mean to you. Expect lots of brainstorming for creative ideas, body movement or other interactive activities, and life metaphors from her in session. She believes that health and healing are whole-person experiences!
He and her husband have lived in a variety of other states but call Arizona home. In her spare time, she enjoys running, hiking, cooking, crafting, reading, and writing.
Seth Strawn, MS, LPC
Child & Family Therapist
Seth works from a humanistic-existential theoretical orientation utilizing a person-centered approach and remaining eclectic with different techniques and modalities (such as DBT skills and CBT).
His goal as a counselor is to help people through the process of healing. He wants to walk alongside people to support them as they continue moving forward toward a place of wholeness, wellness, and peace, paying attention to all aspects of a person’s well-being – emotional, mental, relational, spiritual, and physical.
He believes that a large part of personal growth and healing comes when people are able to recognize and build upon their strengths while at the same time being able to express and process their challenges openly and safely in an environment where they are listened to, respected, and feel understood. Everyone has a story to tell, everyone’s stories are different, and all of those stories are still in process.
His hope is to help people feel secure and rooted in a strong sense of identity and to find a sense of meaning and purpose within their own stories.
As a counselor, he is able to provide a safe space for this to happen by meeting people where they’re at while providing compassion, empathy, genuineness, and acceptance.
His faith and belief in Jesus as a Christian are the most significant reasons and motivations for why he does what he does. For those who are open to it, he is excited to incorporate the skills from counseling sessions with spiritual and faith-based beliefs.
His favorite ways to spend his time include hiking, being outdoors and in nature, remaining physically active, traveling, reading, and spending time with family and friends.
Stephen Kaech, MA
Marriage & Family Therapist
Stephen loves families! He has spent the past 19 years working with stepfamily/blended family couples and children, helping them to navigate the unique aspects of family life.
His desire is to work with all aspects of the relationships within families whether it is the husband-wife, parent-child, or sibling relationship, and within all family types – nuclear, step/blended, foster, or adoptive – each being unique and valuable in God’s eyes in their own special ways.
Having spent many years doing short-term mission’s trips around the world, He is keenly aware of the unique aspects that culture can bring to the therapeutic environment.
He has been married to his wife for 23 years and together (they are a stepfamily) have four daughters and seven grandchildren. They love spending time with family as well as traveling the world whether it is flying to a destination or cruising.
Meghan Kershinar, MA
Child & Family Therapist
She is experienced with a variety of concerns such as life transitions, anxiety, trauma, and relational problems. Her mission is to provide a warm and safe environment for both the client and the family.
She likes to work at the client’s pace in garnering resources from strengths they already have and aiding in the development of interpersonal skills to have healthy relationships.
Crystal Hodge, MSW, LMSW
Marriage and Family Therapist
Crystal is a Licensed Master Social Worker in Arizona. She has been providing individual, marriage, and family counseling for 15 years to people from all walks of life. She helps people deal with a wide range of problems such as anxiety, depression, sexual abuse, marital conflict, parenting challenges, and grief from the loss of a loved one or divorce. She also provides play therapy interventions to children who have experienced trauma, helping them process their pain, and attach to their primary attachment figures.
Crystal is trained in family systems theory, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), emotionally focused therapy (EFT), and trauma-informed care. She is currently in the process of receiving training for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). Throughout her career, she has been passionate about integrating her faith in God with the counseling she provides. If a person is interested in faith-based counseling, she is willing to provide this perspective.
Using a trauma-informed person-centered approach, she works with challenges and concerns such as anxiety, relational issues, self-esteem, and trauma processing.
Quinn’s goal is to create a safe space for clients to explore the entire spectrum of their emotions as they walk toward change.
Quinn believes that every client possesses the tools necessary to overcome their challenges and will tailor therapy to utilize the strengths and resources that will lead toward a sense of wholeness and peace.
She works with a variety of challenges such as grief, relational issues, anxiety, and hospital/medical trauma.
Nicole uses therapeutic modalities to create a safe space for clients and their emotions. Nicole likes to work with clients at their pace to overcome negative emotions and experiences. Nicole’s goal is to help empower children to become healthy individuals. When working with adults, she uses psychoeducation and strengths-based approaches. Nicole strives to create a safe space for her clients during their process of healing.
Using a psychodynamic approach, he works with clients to determine the root causes of existing challenges such as depression, anxiety, and relational conflict.
Clark’s goal is to build a foundation of trust so that the counseling setting becomes a safe space to process and face underlying wounds that inform present struggles.
Clark helps clients to identify strengths and to build a strong relational support system so that clients are empowered to move toward greater healing and flourishing.
Her eleven-year experience being an art teacher, at the elementary and high school levels, led her to discover that expressive art could help reach inaccessible feelings and heal trauma, anxiety, depression, and complex family dynamics. Rosario works to integrate the latest research in neuroscience, attachment-based needs, family systems, and play and art therapy in services.
Rosario’s highest values are faith, family, learning, creativity, and growth. She believes that people are doing the best they can, and are capable of more; that life is a journey, not a destination; and that weaknesses, reframed or recalibrated, can become strengths. Rosario is originally from Chile, and is fluent in Spanish and in English.