In traditional psychotherapy we have set our focus on the language of emotions and modifying behavior. While this can offer growth and healthy change, deep healing and transformation often only happens when we address the whole person; mind, body, heart and soul.
How can therapy help?
Therapy has been shown to reduce stress and anxiety, improve mood, and facilitate healthier relationship dynamics. Whether your mental health has been a struggle for some time, you find yourself at a crossroad in life, or just need a space to hear yourself think, therapy can be of enormous benefit. At Four Pillars we believe in meeting you where you are, whether you are looking for a long-term therapeutic relationship, or a short term "mental health tune up". Contact us today to inquire about openings and to schedule a free 30 minute consultation.
About our therapists
Kelly Keeler, LPC ACS
Part of my strength as a therapist comes from my ability to hear more than just my clients' words, but to hear the unique experiences that are difficult to express in words alone. My detailed observations, natural, warm and empathetic responses have been remarked on as part of the overall agents of change in a session. I meet clients where they are without judgement and help to normalize and support even the most uncomfortable phenomena.
I believe in the resilience of the human spirit and heart, and work to help my clients grow, not just beyond their pain, but through their pain. I resist pathologizing human behavior and experience, and instead work to help clients put their experiences into meaningful context. I am certified in Depth Psychology, a licensed professional counselor, approved counselor supervisor, trained integrative mental health professional, experienced addictions counselor and trained in IFS, EMDR, DBT, mindfulness, and CBT. My professional interests include anxiety, trauma, LGBTQ+, self-esteem, substance abuse, spirituality and creativity.
Sarah Moore, MA LPCC
Sarah is a conscientious and empathetic therapist, with a background in working with adolescents and their families. She loves incorporating transpersonal , existential and spiritual modalities for those that are called to that path. Sarah focuses on building rapport and relationship among clients and creating a comfortable and safe setting for all. Using the preferred theoretical lens of MCBT, transpersonal, and IFS, as well as an eclectic approach to serve diverse array of clients and needs.
Chelsey Souligny, MA LPCC
Chelsey takes a holistic approach in order to help her clients reach their full potential. She has a background working with adolescents and their families and is trained in trauma informed care. Chelsey has also worked in alternative healthcare alongside naturopathic doctors which has given her experience looking at the person as a whole. She believes that everyone has the capacity to heal and the tools within themselves to do so. Chelsey is also passionate about connecting clients to resources within the community. She operates from a person centered approach and will gently challenge client's irrational beliefs that are no longer serving them. In her free time Chelsey enjoys time grounding in nature, being creative, and authentically connecting with others.
Leigh Reineke, MSW LCSW
I work with adults and teens struggling with unresolved trauma, relational issues,
existential fear, grief, gender dysphoria, self-harm, self-esteem issues, anxiety, and depression. I work from a psychodynamic lens, which means looking at my clients’ past as a means of informing the present and helping them discover the unconscious blind spots that unknowingly contribute to their distress. I am passionate about helping to reconcile past trauma such as abuse, bullying, oppression, and toxic relationships. To my clients I bring my own sense of authenticity and genuine warmth, an open mind, and a good sense of humor. I hope to serve as a guide in the healing process. I specialize in EMDR trauma processing with adults and adolescents. I identify most with therapeutic approaches that have a foundation in compassion and the mindfulness philosophies of openness and approaching oneself without judgment.
La Rae Crawford, MA LPCC
Cultural competence is extremely important to me, and I take remarkable care and consideration in offering acceptance and awareness in working with teen and adult clientele of all different social backgrounds, abilities, spiritual beliefs, gender identities, and sexual preferences.
I practice from an integrative position with an emphasis on the humanistic and cognitive-behavioral perspective - which means that I take a very non-judgmental and accepting approach, prioritizing treating the whole person within their own individual uniqueness. In helping you to develop a strong and healthy sense of self and to foster growth in understanding your individual ability to change the way you think and behave, we can work towards further exploration into how you feel, on finding meaning in your life, and focusing on your strengths in a way that brings you peace
Jennifer Tossing, MA Candidate, Therapist intern
I take a humanistic approach, believing we are all unique beings with our own stories. As such, you are the expert on your own life. I create a space of acceptance and compassion where we can explore and reflect on your journey. It is in this acceptance and reflection where healing can begin. I look forward to meeting you and exploring together.