Meet our Therapists
Hillary E. Roethlisberger, LCSW, MDiv studied at Michigan State University and Western Theological Seminary. She has been working with children, adults and adolescents with complex trauma, anxiety, grief and depression since 2003. Using a myriad of therapy tools, she will set goals with each client and provide client-centered strategies to provide healing and develop communication and coping skills. Hillary is experienced with clients who need assistance with self-harm, eating disorders, LGBTQ issues, PTSD, and is supportive of interfaith practices. She treats clients from a holistic prospective addressing biological, psychological, social and spiritual concerns. She is also an approved Clinical Supervisor since 2008. As an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church USA, she also works to promote mental health access and peace building skills.
Nicole M. Applebaum, LCSW studied at Portland State University. She has worked with children and families for ten years and is invested in helping people in all stages of life, work through adjustment struggles, anxiety, depression, grief (loss, job, pet or family member) and trauma. Nicole is trained in trauma-focused cognitive behavioral trauma narrative therapy and mindfulness strategies to help you develop a better understanding of yourself and cultivate self-compassion. "I love helping people find their spark of hope, supporting ones healing capacity within. For it is hope that gets you out of the darkness and becomes your passport on your journey to wellness."
"Perhaps the butterfly is proof that you can go through a great deal of darkness yet become something beautiful." ~Beau Taplin
To empower clients to find their own peace so they can begin creating peace in their own worlds.
We envision a community that values diversity and embraces equality. For that to happen, we must first find peace within ourselves.
All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them.