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Andrea Haubert

I became a counselor because I am passionate about working with individuals and couples to make change in their lives. Coming from a Person-Centered approach, I provide a non-judgmental and collaborative safe space for my clients to explore underlying issues that cause imbalance in their lives. The therapeutic space is that of compassion, support, empathy, empowerment and acceptance. I use a variety of techniques and tailor treatment to meet the needs of every individual I see. I believe you have already taken the first and most important step by walking through the door.

I am a graduate of South Dakota State University and received my master’s degree in clinical Mental Health Counseling. I am a National Certified Counselor through NBCC and am working towards licensure as a Professional Counselor and Addictions Counselor. My experience includes working with individuals in corrections, in-patient/out-patient settings, group work and co-occurring disorders. My areas of interest are working with women and women’s issues, the LGBTQIA+ community, couples, anxiety and depressive disorders, sexuality, relationship struggles and addictions.

This counselor is under supervision working towards full licensure to enhance and expand access to services.

Joshua Duncan

Hello. I am a graduate of Sioux Falls Seminary, and received a Master’s in Divinity, with specialization in counseling. Prior to that I worked in youth ministry, and I am an ordained Pastor. I utilize cognitive behavioral therapy, and psychoanalytical therapy in my sessions. I also do premarital counseling, addiction counseling, and spiritual advising.

I have a passion for people, and to help people discover their life purpose. “Decisions Lead to Destinations” is one of my personal sayings. I am a licensed addiction counselor (LAC), and working towards my license as a mental health counselor(LPC). Lastly, I am in a PhD. Program at Walden University focusing on human development.

This counselor is under supervision working towards full licensure to enhance and expand access to services.

Alicia Levesque

Hello! I achieved my Undergraduate Degree in Community and Criminal Justice from Conestoga College in Ontario, Canada. I gained experience and knowledge in/about Canadian Law and developed a research study for the development of Child and Youth Advocacy Centers in Canada. I moved to South Dakota to obtain my Master’s Degree in Counseling; little did I know that I would get two degrees at the same time. I graduated from South Dakota State University with a Master’s of Science in Family and Marriage Counseling, as well as Clinical Mental Health Counseling. I am currently working towards my licensure as a Professional Counselor as well as, studying and working towards becoming a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. My experience includes working with families and individuals within the corrections system, residential and outpatient facilities, group work, and co-occurring disorders. My passion lies in working with survivors of sexual, emotional, and/or physical abuse. I enjoy working with juvenile offenders for re-unification to the community and within their families. My areas of interest are in working with couples, families, relationship problems, emotional, physical, and sexual abuse, sexuality, and addictions.

Some of the hardest steps in asking for help is making the phone call, showing up to the appointment, and being willing to make changes within life. Together as part of a team, individuals can face their scariest moments. My approach to assisting clients in making changes emphasizes encouragement, collaboration, and utilizing community supports. Working with my clients is an honor; I am grateful for the chance to share in my clients struggles and successes.

This counselor is not accepting clients at this time and is under supervision of Kimberly Questad and Gretchen Hartmann.

Caroline Vernon

I am currently working towards full  licensure as a Professional Counselor in South Dakota. I have been working in the counseling field for nearly 10 years and have worked internationally in social work positions.  I work from a collaborative and strengths based approach in which I encourage clients to be the author of their lives.  My therapy style is inherently holistic as it is grounded in mindfulness, unconditional positive regard and the firm belief that healing is possible for everyone.  I seek to find the wisdom in all actions instead of the pathology and work collaboratively with clients to heal pain and confusion.  Using EMDR, CBT and Mindfulness, I work with people who have experienced severe trauma, substance use disorders, have symptoms of PTSD, anxiety, depression,  and people living with mood disorders.  I am LGBTQIA+ friendly meaning that all are welcome and can expect loving support here.  

This counselor is under supervision working towards full licensure to enhance and expand access to services.

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