Taylor Garff received his Master’s degree in Counseling from Idaho State University in 2014. Taylor has experience working with a variety of client populations and concerns including depression,
anxiety, grief, loss, and career concerns. He co-facilitates a suicide survivors group for friends and families that have lost loved ones to suicide. Taylor is AutPlay Level 1 Certified, AutPlay is a tailored approach to working with children and adolescents with Autism, Dysregulation Issues, and other Neurodevelopmental Disorders.
He believes that counseling is about collaboration and that counseling is done with someone not to them. He also places emphasis on wellness and strengths.
He enjoys working with all age groups and has interest in using play therapy with his clients.
Camille Hardman - M.Coun, LPC, NCC
I received my Master of Counseling degree from Idaho State University with a specialization in Mental Health Counseling. I believe that the counseling relationship is one of teamwork, where we work together on issues of concern. I strive to maintain a warm, non-judgmental environment allowing for you to feel safe and understood. I have experience working with a variety of populations and concerns including children, adolescents, adults, elderly, couples and families, eating disorders, addictions, depression, anxiety, career and financial concerns, multiple diagnoses, grief and loss, sexual concerns, relationships and adjustment concerns. I am an LDS counselor.
If you are curious about if counseling is a good fit for you or if you are ready to begin counseling, please feel free to contact me at Sullivan Mental Health Services.
Kevin Lindley - M.Coun, LCPC, NCC
Kevin Lindley, LCPC, NCC, received his Master’s degree in Counseling from Idaho State University. Kevin works with a range of ages including: adults, adolescents, and children. Kevin has experience helping clients address a variety of concerns including depression and anxiety, grief, addictions, career concerns, and sexual issues He also has a passion for work around Men and Masculinity, and the ways gender and gender-expectations impact our lives.
Kevin's approach to therapy integrates personal experiences with systemic awareness on a foundation of Evidence-Based Practice. He believes that the most effective counseling takes a holistic perspective, addressing mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual wellness.
Brittany Ohman - LMSW
Brittany received her Bachelor’s Degree in Social work from Idaho State University in 1998. She has worked with various populations including individuals with chronic mental illness, addiction, dual diagnosis, chronic medical issues, and issues surrounding grief and loss - In both individual and group settings. She obtained her Master’s in Social Work from Northwest Nazarene University in December 2017. Brittany currently works with adults and adolescents. She incorporates several treatment modalities in her practice, but ultimately believes that therapy is about embracing the self and moving forward; being comfortable in your own skin. Therapy is about the process!
Brittany would enjoy getting to know you! Please contact us to schedule an appointment with her.
Mike Snowden - LMSW
Michael Snowden, LMSW, received his Master’s degree in social work from Northwest Nazarene University. Mike works with a range of ages including: adults, adolescents, and children. Mike has experience helping clients address a variety of concerns including depression and anxiety. He also has a passion for working with people who are struggling to overcome substance use issues as well as people who are concerned about their sexuality or sexual behaviors. Mike uses a variety of treatment approaches including motivational interviewing, dialectical behavior therapy, and cognitive behavioral therapy.
He is also interested in a holistic approach to treatment that takes into account outside factors such as one’s environment, social settings, and economic concerns.
Sean Nagel - LMSW
Sean Nagel, LMSW, graduated from the USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work with a focus on mental health and a subconcentration in military social work. Sean is a veteran of the U.S. Navy and has lived throughout most of the country in a variety of populations. Seeing the commonality of problems like anxiety, depression, and substance use along with a desire to help is what led Sean to social work. He prefers an eclectic approach to treatment, finding the method that works best for the client. He prioritizes cognitive behavioral therapy but incorporates motivational interviewing, mindfulness, breath work, guided imagery, narrative therapy, and visualization when appropriate.
He believes in the strength and resiliency of the human mind. Given the right tools, the right supports, and a chance to recover he believes there is little an individual cannot overcome.
Elaine Sullivan - LCPC, LMFT, NCC
Elaine Sullivan earned her Master of Counseling degree from Idaho State University. She is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and a National Certified Counselor. She has been serving the mental health needs of Eastern Idaho for the past twenty years. She has also served as the chair of the Behavioral Health Board. She opened Sullivan Mental Health Services, LLC in order to offer a wide variety of services to the community.
Along with individual and marital counseling, Elaine will continue her work with the courts in custody and visitation matters.