Meet our Therapists
Our licensed mental health professionals serve youth, adults and families from diverse cultures, ethnicities and life experiences. We offer individual, family and couples counseling services.
Elaine Moore, MA,LP
Elaine Moore has over 20 years experience working with couples, groups, families, children and adolescents. She has worked in outpatient mental health clinics, in-home family therapy, and in an employee assistance program. She has also worked with schools, court systems and foster care programs. Elaine has expertise in play therapy, hypnotherapy and EMDR. She has conducted training sessions on topics such as grief and loss, parenting, anxiety, adult development and critical incident stress debriefing.
Jorie Kulseth LPCC, ART-BC
Jorie has over twenty years of experience working as a clinical counselor and board-certified and registered art therapist in a variety of settings. Her practice has included work in residential, inpatient hospital, outpatient mental health, juvenile corrections, and day treatment settings both in schools as well as at separate sites. She is comfortable providing traditional therapy approaches and art therapy. Jorie works with children, adolescents and adults with a wide range of problems both in individual and or group settings. Common problems she has worked with others on include depression, anxiety, PTSD, attachment disorders and interpersonal relationship issues.
Jocelyn Thoemke MEd, MA, LMFT, ATR
Jocelyn is a licensed marriage and family therapist and a registered art therapist. She has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults; and has worked in outpatient and day treatment settings providing both verbal and art therapy. She has experience providing individual and family therapy as well as facilitating a variety of social skills and therapy groups. Jocelyn’s work with clients has been primarily been focused on challenges associated with Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, and has experience working with clients who have experienced trauma. When Jocelyn is not with clients, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, biking, singing in the car, playing board games, making things (art, food, etc.), and playing Bingo.
Steven Lutes, LICSW
Steven is a clinical social worker with over five years of experience serving children, adolescents and adults. He has worked in day treatment, outpatient, school and in-home settings to provide therapy to both children and their parents and caregivers. Steven’s practice has focused on children experiencing trauma, anxiety, ADHD and mood disorders. His work with children and families from diverse cultural, socio-economic and linguistic backgrounds has taught him to create a welcoming environment for all those he works with.
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Vicki Bailar-Holmin, LICSW
Vicki completed her training at Florida State University where she specialized in School Social Work. Vicki works primarily with school-aged children and families by assessing and treating ADHD, depression, trauma, anxiety disorders and other concerns that challenge children’s development. She also has experience in case management, chemical dependency, facilitating healthy relationships between families and schools, and counseling chronically mentally ill adults. Vicki has over 30 years of experience in the field.