Director

Jan Matney, LCPC

nCenter Director

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. I have worked counseling and training individuals and teams since 1990 using holistic, solution-focused approaches. I oversee the neurofeedback at the nCenter to ensure that clients receive accurate neurofeedback protocols to support them in the counseling process and in their lives. My goal is to be a collaborative and respectful leader at work and to create and maintain a positive, healing environment at the nCenter, both for staff and clients.

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Counselors

Cheyann Calendrillo, MS, P-LCPC, LAC

My name is Cheyann Calendrillo, and I am a Licensed Addiction Counselor, Pre-Licensed Clinical
Professional Counselor, and a psychology doctoral student. I grew up in Livingston and attended the
University of Great Falls, where I graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Addiction
Counseling, Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, and Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice. I received my
Master of Science in Psychology through Capella University in 2020 and am currently pursuing my
Doctor of Psychology. I am also certified in crisis intervention, cognitive assessment, and autism
assessment.
I have experience working with children, teens, and adults in a variety of settings, including inpatient
psychiatric hospitals, outpatient mental health clinics, group homes, and schools. I have worked with
clients with a variety of behavioral and emotional concerns, including depression and anxiety, traumatic
brain injuries, developmental disorders, bipolar disorders, psychotic disorders, conduct disorders, and
substance use.
I am passionate about working with individuals with mental illness and substance use concerns and
helping them to build on their strengths and reach their ultimate potential. My focus is on assisting my
clients to the best of my ability in reaching their goals. I pride myself in fostering a safe environment for
my clients where they can share their experiences freely and without judgement. I believe that therapy
is a collaborative effort, and I strive to provide support, compassion, and empathy to each and every
client I serve.

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Jessica Davis, LCSW

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) with a Master of Social Work degree from the University of Denver. Prior to my work in outpatient counseling, I worked with children and adolescents to enhance their emotional well-being and improve their academic performance. I have worked with diverse client populations in a variety of settings including community based, residential care, crisis intervention, domestic violence shelters, and school systems. 

 I am a trauma-engaged, strengths-based clinician with 8+ years of experience working with adjustment issues across the lifespan, emotional distress, problematic relationship patterns, family-related stress, and trauma.  I have completed additional training in the following areas: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), crisis prevention and response, befriending stress, domestic violence resolution, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), mindfulness practice, grounding techniques, secondary trauma resolution, and Restorative Practices. I use these skills to foster growth and healing with my clients.

Life can be challenging, and my aim is to provide a safe place for clients to face those challenges and recognize their capacity for resilience. I see each client as unique, and my intention is to foster unconditional positive regard with each client-therapist relationship.  I believe that relationships are the foundation of a strong therapeutic connection. It is my intention to honor each client and through that honoring, offer any skills and experience I have so that each client is empowered to find their own way. 

I hold a graduate level certificate in Animal-Assisted Social Work (AASW) from the University of Denver. I am a member of EMDR International Association (EMDRIA).  In addition to providing individual outpatient therapy, I also provide supervision to candidates seeking their clinical license.

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Susan Jedd, LCPC

I’m Susan Jedd and I became a licensed clinical professional counselor in 1991. I have been fascinated by the parent-child relationship since I became a mom. I hold a B.A. in psychology and an M.A. in counseling psychology. I have been providing counseling services to children, teens, and adults at the Bozeman nCenter since 2014. I approach my clients with acceptance and compassion, as well as a sense of fun. I love to share my experience of improving family relationships through deep mutual connection. My adorable therapy dog Gus is also committed to helping through connecting-and he’s hypoallergenic!

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Lauren Katz, MSSW

I’m Lauren Katz and I love connecting with others in the sharing of their stories.  I am a transracial adoptee born in Bolivia and raised in a primarily Italian family in Northern New Jersey.  I graduated with my Bachelor’s degree from Mount Holyoke College in 2007.  I then served a year in Americorps’ City Year-New York.  I spent a year leading a team through full-time community service in an elementary school in Harlem.  Before enrolling in graduate school, I worked with pregnant and parenting teens in a foster care group home. I earned my Master’s of Science in Social Work in 2011 from Columbia School of Social Work in New York, NY.   I returned to working in the group home where I supported parenting education, breastfeeding education and coordinated volunteer birth doula services.  In 2014, we moved our family to Bozeman, MT.  I have had the privilege of working in various schools both in Livingston and Bozeman as a Comprehensive School and Community Treatment (CSCT) program therapist as well as a Safe-ti (School and Family Engagement – Trauma Informed) counselor

My education and experiences have supported my ability in working primarily with children and adolescents who have experienced trauma.  I strive to see as much of a whole picture as possible.  Especially as a parent, I understand that children are one piece in a much bigger puzzle.  Adults can also carry their childhood trauma and lived experiences in them which can come out sideways when least expected or welcome.  I am always learning from my clients and their families and it’s my hope they feel heard, seen, and supported.

My husband and I have three children who teach us daily about enjoying the simple things such as hot cocoa after sledding.  I love dogs, coffee, tea, knitting, and crocheting.

Christalie Kuglin, MS, P-LCPC

I am a Pre-Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (PLCPC) with a Masters of Art in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Southern New Hampshire University. As a native Montanan, I attended Montana State University, graduating with a Bachelors of Science in Applied Psychology with a minor in Human Development and Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies in 2018. My overall goal for counseling is to aid clients in reaching their full potential in life by viewing experiences holistically. I see counseling as a collaborative process, and hold respect for an individual’s autonomy.

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Heidi Laug, LCPC

I’m Heidi Laug and I earned my Master’s degree in School Counseling in 2008 from Western Michigan University. After graduation, I worked for a year as a K8 school counselor in a rural Montana community before moving to Bozeman in 2010. I then worked for a Comprehensive School and Community Treatment program in two elementary schools for four years. In 2014, I started working part-time for the nCenter in Belgrade. During that time, I switched to a different counseling position in the Bozeman School District working as a Safe-ti (School and Family Engagement – Trauma Informed) therapist at both the elementary and middle school levels.

My theoretical orientation is person-centered therapy focusing on strong interpersonal relationships that promote a sense of safety and acceptance. I work to understand the needs of individuals and support them to recognize their strengths and ways to empower themselves.

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Alana Vosen, MS, LCPC

I was born and raised in a small town on the hi-line in Montana. I graduated from Havre High School in 2004 and moved to Bozeman to work full time in business management. Through that experience, I realized that it was the people I worked with and how I could help them overcome struggles that was most satisfying to me. With that realization, I decided to attend Montana State University to study psychology.

I completed my Bachelors of Science at Montana State University in Applied Psychology in 2015. I then earned my Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Capella University in September of 2019. I provide counseling at the nCenter to help clients achieve their personal goals and heal from challenging life events.

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Jackie Stanley, PhD, LCPC

A native of suburban Boston, I hold a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from State University of New York and a B.A. in Biophysics from Amherst College. I originally planned a career in science, but changed my focus after discovering an interest in working with people and in understanding my own and others’ psychological functioning.

Early in my career I was employed as a staff psychologist at a center for emotionally and behaviorally disturbed children in upstate New York.

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Ruth Story, LCPC

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. I seek to provide gentle guidance to help family members relate to each other in more helpful, kind, and dignity-promoting ways. I am in the process of completing training in Somatic Experiencing which is an experiential method that helps people heal through engaging the nervous system. In addition to Somatic Experiencing, I utilize some elements of CBT, DBT and art therapy to help clients to access their strengths and ability to heal.

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Kasey Anderson, LCPC

I have been a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor since 1999. I worked for twenty-two years as a school counselor and behavioral specialist for the Bozeman School District, and in 2020, I joined the nCenter team. My passion is to assist clients–children, adolescents and adults–to live fully, and I use Brene Brown “Daring Way” to facilitate that process. Being a counselor is my passion, and I come alive with clients as they process their challenges. When clients engage, working through problems and hurts, I see that their essential self emerges. This experience leaves me in awe my client.

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Nutritionists

Candice Vann, RD, LN, CLC

My passion for nutrition and a healthy lifestyle began at an early age and has driven me throughout my life. Desiring to truly understand how food can be your best medicine, I studied the nutritional sciences in college, pursued a dietetic internship after graduation, and then trained in a clinical setting to become a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist. Since then, I have kept current with courses and seminars on healthy lifestyles and nutritional interventions for chronic conditions.

Food choices are a key factor in achieving wellness. Throughout my career, I have been applying the most current nutrition medical therapy to help my clients and to counsel them in health-promoting choices.

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Engineer

Claud Matney, PE

Neurofeedback Engineer and Information Technology Administrator

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. My background in electrical engineering makes the Rife, Nogier, and Solfeggio frequencies employed in neurotherapy particularly interesting to me. I see the results that clients get from neurotherapy, and it is fascinating to me to see the practical application of frequencies, harmonics, and modulation in the healing process. Keeping voltages within safe milliamp ranges we see positive results in cognitive efficiency, mood, and emotional regulation. I started out as a HAM radio operator in 1960…and now I’m known as the “Granddaddy” at the nCenter!