Jan Matney
Jan Matney, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, has worked as a professional counselor since 1990. She has a holistic, solution-focused approach through which clients can unearth long-standing behavioral patterns and negative perceptions that hold them back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life. Using attachment theory Jan works with couples and families to gain deeper connections. She is a collaborative and respectful guide, helping clients establish and realize personal goals. She is a licensed neurofeedback practitioner and founder of the nCenter. She and her husband have three adult children and one grandchild. Jan is also a Senior Trainer for the international, non-profit, educational organization, More To Life (www.moretolife.org). She has trained for More To Life in the United States, the United Kingdom, South Africa and New Zealand.
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Ann Matney
Neurofeedback, Craniosacral therapy
Ann Matney-Baggett graduated from Smith College with a B.A. in Philosophy in 2000. In 2004, she completed her training as a Rolfer, and received certification to practice structural integration from the Rolf Institute of Boulder, Colorado (www.rolf.org). She has been practicing Rolfing and bodywork in Bozeman ever since. Ann is also a licensed neurofeedback practitioner and a craniosacral therapy practitioner, and she offers both at the nCenter. She is married, and she and her husband have one child.
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Susan Jedd
Susan Jedd, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, has a background in child and adolescent counseling, play therapy, and parent-child relations. She is trained in attachment theory, specializing in helping parents understand their children and teens and create a family environment optimal for maturation and development. An ardent advocate for children, she is passionate about understanding the developing brain, the way children process emotion, and how we can best help children to reach their full potential. In addition to offering parenting support and guidance, Susan also works with adults to heal their own childhood issues. After a tragic accident left her a widow and single mother to two young children, she became acutely aware of the special needs of grieving children. Using that experience, she became a certified grief counselor, specializing in child and adolescent grief. She helps children and families who have suffered a loss, not only from death but also from divorce and other traumas. She now has two adult children, one in graduate school and the other about to enter college
Heidi Laug
Heidi Laug is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor who has worked in therapeutic settings with children and families since 2008. Her approach is holistic and focused on cultivating positive relationships that foster understanding, effective communication, and healthy coping strategies. She supports individuals in developing greater self-awareness and problem-solving skills to creatively manage challenges and adapt to changing circumstances. Applying an integrated approached founded on attachment-based theories, Heidi works with children and parents to recognize their personal strengths and ongoing opportunities for self-growth and connection with others. She strives to help individuals cultivate a sense of well-being and self-efficacy so they may live more balanced lives. Heidi earned her Master’s Degree in School Counseling from Western Michigan University in 2008. She worked as a K-8 school counselor for a year, followed by four years as a therapist for a school-based mental health program. She enjoys travel, writing, and photography.
Sharon Shaw
Sharon Shaw, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, began her professional career in the late 80’s as an outpatient mental health therapist in Florida. Over the past twenty-five years she has assisted clients with a wide variety of issues including depression, anxiety, PTSD, relationship and family problems, addictions, co-dependency, and chronic mental illness. She has worked with teens, young adults, women, the elderly and veterans. Sharon has a passion for inspiring people to lead personally fulfilling lives. Her approach focuses on helping clients to overcome self-destructive patterns of thinking, managing emotions and behavior. To accomplish this treatment is tailored to the unique circumstances and needs of each client, with the goal to cultivate healthy self-esteem and empower clients with a rich array of positive life skills to draw upon. Sharon is also the founder of Inner Quest Life and Career Coaching. She is a member of the National Association of Social Workers, the Academy of Cognitive Therapy and the International Coach Federation. In her leisure time she enjoys photography, traveling, reading and spending time in nature.