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Meet the Team

My name is Jan Matney and I am the nCenter’s founder and director, as well as a licensed clinical professional counselor in the state of Montana and a neurofeedback practitioner.

Jan Matney, LCPC
nCenter Director

I am a registered professional engineer in the state of Montana and the state of Texas. I have a B.S. in electrical engineering and an M.S. in civil and environmental engineering.

Claud Matney, PE
Administrators

I provide counseling services to pre-teens, teenagers and adults of all ages and backgrounds. My goal is to provide a supportive environment to assist you with healing and personal growth.

Ruth Story, LCPC
Counselors

I am a Pre-Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor with a Master of Science in Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling degree from Montana State University, Billings.

Ann Matney, MS, P-LCPC

Counselors
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Who is this for?

  • Children with autism, ADD, ADHD or who have been exposed to drugs or alcohol in utero
  • Students  who would like greater capacity to focus and learn—and reduce stress
  • Adults  with stress, migraine headaches, depression, anxiety and early onset dementia or relational difficulties
  • Professionals who want to achieve and maintain peak performance
  • Anyone who wants greater clarity, less stress and anxiety, more focus, greater joy and increased ability to achieve goals
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About Neurofeedback

  • Neurofeedback uses electrical stimulations to promote healing in the brain. Using an initial brain map, our neurofeedback providers can better understand the connections between the different parts of the brain, and stimulate balancing for those areas that are either deficient or excessive.
  • Learn more about neurofeedback from engineer Claud Matney, PE in this informational video: A brief introduction to neurofeedback and its benefits

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Frequently Asked Questions

The counseling process is confidential, which means that we cannot release any information about you except under certain legally prescribed conditions. Please discuss the legally prescribed conditions with your Intake counselor.

Talking with friends is a great way to get support, but it’s not the same as talking to a counselor. Counselors are professionals with specialized training in helping people who are encountering difficulties in their lives. They can also provide an “outside”, objective perspective that is different than what your friends can provide. Also, sometimes people worry that if they talk with their friends about their problems that they will be a downer or that their friends will treat them differently. Since a counselor is a professional whose job it is to help you, hopefully you will feel more comfortable being open about your problems, which will make it easier to get effective help.

Our licensed staff includes a psychologist and several masters-level counselors and social workers who offer a broad range of interests, approaches, backgrounds, and perspectives, though they function primarily as generalists.
We also have two masters-level counselors who work under supervision with a licensed counselor.
Our Director will work with you to arrange an appropriate match for you. Learn more about our staff by going to Meet The Team.

Yes! The nCenter will send you text reminders about your appointment.

The cost of an Intake is $175 and thereafter counseling is $155 per session.
Your out of pocket cost will depend on your insurance company and plan. It’s important to find out your cost, depending on your insurance policy, before beginning counseling. We can help you with this process so please let our Director, Jan, know of any financial questions or concerns when you meet with her for an initial free of charge session.

Our team of counselors at the nCenter work with children, adolescents, adults, and couples.

Your therapist will work with you to identify your personal goals for counseling and then tailor counseling to you and your goals. You can expect that your therapist will listen closely to understand your experience and then find ways to assist you in moving towards your goals. Therapy is a personalized experience, so how it helps differs from person to person. It will often involve things such as getting a different perspective on your experiences, exploring and discovering things about yourself, making changes in unhelpful patterns of thinking and behaving, processing difficult experiences and learning healthy coping tools.

If you are interested in counseling (or other services we offer), please call 406 599 2492 to make an appointment with Jan, the nCenter Director.
You will be scheduled with a counselor for a weekly day and time that fits you. You will also be sent paperwork and discuss our services. The paperwork you complete will be reviewed by your counselor before your Intake appointment, to ensure that we have an accurate, initial first impression regarding your needs.

We can typically see you within a week after your initial meeting with the nCenter Director.

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