“Personal, Quality Care”

Dr. Byron Bloemer,
Proprietor

Cathy Ryan,
LMFT

Kate Greenway,
LPC

Dr. Melinda Somogyi

Dr. Elizabeth Hansen

Ken Hartenstein, LPC

Bruce Semon, MD
Psychiatrist

Dr. Byron Bloemer,
Proprietor

Kate Greenway, LPC

Kate Greenway, LPC

Dr. Melinda Somogyi

Dr. Elizabeth Hansen

Ken Hartenstein, LPC

Bruce Semon, MD
Psychiatrist

More Than Talk Therapy for Thousands of Local Clients Since 2000

IMMEDIATE OPENINGS.  SECURE, ONLINE VIDEO-BASED OR TELEPHONE THERAPY DURING OUR COMMUNITY’S CRISIS.  WE ARE WHEREVER YOU ARE.

Seasoned, mature psychologists and therapists providing trauma, emotional processing, couples’ therapy, crisis counseling for individuals, families experiencing anxiety, fear, uncertainty, breakdown and much more.

We Have Openings Within One Week Helping You With:

• Personal Consultation
• Depression
• Self-Esteem
• Family
• Traumatic Events
• Stress
• Reproductive Psychology
• Anxiety, Worry
• Marriage
• Sex Therapy
• Life Transitions
• Grief / Loss
• Addictions
(incl sex, internet, gambling)
• Abuse
(emotional, physical, sexual)
• Relationships
• Health & Sleep
• Menopause
• Eating Disorders
• Spiritual / Meaning

State-of-the-Art Therapies

An advanced therapy method designed to quickly release trauma, anxiety, depression, anger and other strong emotional states from the body while bringing insight into their causes and a sense of grounding, calm and security.

Brainspotting (eye position, deep emotional release therapy)

Somatic Processing (deep emotional release therapy)

Bilateral Stimulation (alternating soothing sounds between opposite sides of the brain to enhance access to deep, emotionally laden experience and memory)

State-of-the-Art Therapies

An advanced therapy method designed to quickly release trauma, anxiety, depression, anger and other strong emotional states from the body while bringing insight into their causes and a sense of grounding, calm and security.

  • Brainspotting (eye position, deep emotional release therapy)
  • Somatic Processing (deep emotional release therapy)
  • Bilateral Stimulation (alternating soothing sounds between opposite sides of the brain to enhance access to deep, emotionally laden experience and memory)
Collaborative Couple’s Therapy

One therapist works with one partner while a second therapist works with the second partner. The therapists consult with each other after each meeting (with your consent) to guide therapy toward coordinated goals for each individual partner and for the relationship. Couple’s therapy is then provided when both partners are ready. A similar process is helpful for mother/daughter, father/son or other dyads within a family or organization.

Reproductive and Sexual Psychology
  • Sex Therapy
  • Sexual Wellness
  • Reproductive Psychology
  • Infertility Care
  • Gamete Donation
  • Third-Party Reproduction Consultations and Evaluations
  • Perinatal Mood Disorders
  • Perinatal Anxiety Disorders
  • Pregnancy
  • Infant Loss
  • Birth Trauma
  • Adjustment to Parenthood
  • Complex and Alternative Relationship Dynamics
State-of-the-Art Therapies

An advanced therapy method designed to quickly release trauma, anxiety, depression, anger and other strong emotional states from the body while bringing insight into their causes and a sense of grounding, calm and security.

  • Brainspotting (eye position, deep emotional release therapy)
  • Somatic Processing (deep emotional release therapy)
  • Bilateral Stimulation (alternating soothing sounds between opposite sides of the brain to enhance access to deep, emotionally laden experience and memory)
  • Convergence Therapy (eye movement therapy to induce calm states)
  • Mindfulness (developing complete awareness of the present moment within you and around you to create peace, acceptance,clarity of thought, improved outlook, positive moods and reduced anxiety)
Collaborative Couple’s Therapy
One therapist works with one partner while a second therapist works with the second partner. The therapists consult with each other after each meeting (with your consent) to guide therapy toward coordinated goals for each individual partner and for the relationship. Couple’s therapy is then provided when both partners are ready. A similar process is helpful for mother/daughter, father/son or other dyads within a family or organization.
Reproductive and Sexual Psychology
  • Sex Therapy
  • Sexual Wellness
  • Reproductive Psychology
  • Infertility Care
  • Gamete Donation
  • Third-Party Reproduction Consultations and Evaluations
  • Perinatal Mood Disorders
  • Perinatal Anxiety Disorders
  • Pregnancy
  • Infant Loss
  • Birth Trauma
  • Adjustment to Parenthood
  • Complex and Alternative Relationship Dynamics