Our Therapists & Their Specialities

Join us for a hot cup of tea or coffee...

Our lobby has hot tea & coffee (and cool water too!) year 'round, but there's just something about this time of the year when drinking something hot feels extra comforting, extra soothing. This is one way we show our clients how much they matter to us, even before they walk into their therapy sessions.

...and begin (or continue) your path to healing

We focus on treating our client's concerns from our areas of specialty.  Say, you aren't quite sure what you want to work on in therapy, but you know you need it. We can help you figure that out too.

Find out more on us below...

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                                                  *Joined NDHP in October

Specializes in working with Adults (18+)

  • Primarily Uses EMDR with her clients
  • Special Areas:
    • Trauma & PTSD
    • Grief
    • Spirituality
  • Among the adults she sees, she especially enjoys working with:
    • Clergy
    • First Responders
    • Military
    • Law Enforcement
    • Older Adults
    • Care Partners of those with Chronic and Terminal Conditions

Megan Reeves Denton, MS, LPC

Specializes in working with Children (3+), Adolescents & Families

  • Primarily utilizes Play & Sandtray Therapy
    • Treating Attachment & Adjustment Difficulties
    • School Issues
    • Adoption
    • ADHD, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Sensory Processing & Autism Spectrum
    • Peer Relationships, Parent & Child Relationship
    • Anxiety, Mood Issues, Stress, Anger, Grief & Loss, Improving Coping Skills
    • Self Worth/Self Esteem
  • Parenting
    • Teaching Skills & Providing Support
  • Families
    • Improving Communication
    • Separation & Divorce

Jameson Sellers, MS, NCC, LPCA

Specializes in working with 18-24 year olds (Emerging Adults) & Adults

  • Life Transitions
    • New marriage
    • Beginning college; varying transitions within their time at college
    • Starting a new job
    • Legal trouble
    • New baby
    • Financial worries
    • Separating from a partner
  • Anxiety Disorders & Trauma