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OUR TEAM


Dedicated to your health and wellness.

We strive to listen and learn about the challenges each client is experiencing in order to provide effective treatment.

  1. Sonia Combs
    MS, LMHC, NCC, CMHS
  2. Amy Corman
    MS, LMHC
  3. Dianna Gulick
    MA, LMHC, CMHS
  4. Christopher Dennis
    LICSW, CMHS
  5. Melissa Bennett-Heinz
    MSW, LICSW, Gestalt Psychotherapist
  6. Kylie Chaffin
    MA, LMHC
  7. Jennifer Burrows
    Bio Feedback Specialist
  8. Patricia Hosner
    LICSW
  9. Jodi Shipley
    MA, LMHC
Erin Kent

Erin Kent, MS, LMHC

“Grief is not a disorder. Death is not something we ‘get over’ and those who love us are sometimes done hearing our story before we’re done telling it. My role as a grief counselor is to create a safe space for you to tell your story and provide tools to help you move toward healing.”

Erin received her Master of Science degree in Psychology with a Clinical Emphasis from Eastern Washington University and is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in the State of Washington. She has been working as a mental health counselor in Eastern Washington since 2006 and has been providing individual grief counseling and facilitating grief support groups full-time since 2012. Her philosophy of treatment is primarily founded in Person-Centered Therapy and she utilizes Cognitive Behavioral techniques. Her work as a grief counselor is strongly influenced by Worden’s Tasks of Mourning and the Dual-Process Model. She uses a wide variety of techniques and activities with clients including: journaling, relaxation, guided-imagery, creative expression, reading assignments, homework tasks, and education.

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  • “It’s been a long, hard journey for me to get where I am today. I still have a long way to go, but you’ve certainly made that journey easier to tolerate. I’ll be forever grateful to you for all you’ve done to help me get to this place in my life!”
  • “Thank you – for your help, your kind and wise words, your understanding and validation, your non-judgmental attitude, and your total acceptance of all my feelings. I am grateful.”