Mental Health at Spirit Path

We offer a variety of options for mental health support in our clinic. For more information or to book an appointment, please review our providers below and use their provided contact information. 

 
 
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Roni Lanier, MS, LPC, CDC1

I am skilled in working with individuals who experience adjustment issues, trauma histories, challenges with mood regulation, relationship challenges, stress, gender dysphoria, and other many other life challenges including addiction. I especially enjoy working with those individuals who live alternative lifestyles and who have alternative relationships. I specialize in gender identity. I am comfortable working with individuals under the GLBTQ+ umbrella. While working on my Master's Degree (2007-2010), I had a concentrated focus on gender dysphoria and transgender issues. I have been working with individuals who are dually diagnosed (serious mental illness and addiction or developmental disabilities and serious mental illness since 1991.)

I personalize my services to best meet the needs of the client. I utilize the following techniques based upon client need and preference; Humanistic (Person-Centered Therapy), Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Narrative Therapy, Core Emotional Therapy, Internal Family Systems, Motivational Interviewing, Solution-Focused Therapy, Guided Imagery, Mindfulness, and Rapid Transformation Therapy.

You can reach Roni at  (907) 223-4374 or email at ronilanier@arcticowlcounseling.com

 
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Nadene Reichert, MFT-A

Nadene is a client-centered therapist, specializing in the healing and repair of distressed relationships by creating a safe and nonjudgmental environment that focuses upon the experience of the individual or couple in the present moment, where trust and hope are created. A couples relationship, the therapist–client relationship, the environmental and social contexts of a person's life, and the self-regulating adjustments people make as a result of their overall situation are vital keys to successful therapeutic outcomes that last outside of the therapy room.

Her therapy weaves together a spiritual and contemplative foundation with traditional and nontraditional therapeutic methodology. She believes in therapy as the process of a person's unfolding the innate wisdom they hold within them as the key to their healing and growth as individuals and couples. Her role in the therapeutic process is a combination of guide and collaborator in your journey towards well-being and integrating mind, body, and spirit towards improving mental health.

When it comes to couple’s therapy, her role is both a therapist as well as an educator helping people understand what healthy relationships are and how to cultivate them. She helps couples recognize the dynamics that keep them emotionally distant, identify and articulate the needs and fears fueling their dynamics, learn to listen and be there for each other in the ways they each need, and ultimately feel more connected. Couples usually have different perspectives on their relationship. She strives to understand and support both of you.

Nadene studied in two separate yet connected masters programs, Applied Behavioral Science through the Leadership Institute of Seattle (LIOS), and Marriage and Family Therapy through Alaska Pacific University. She has specific training in Family Systems Counseling, Gottman Method Couples Therapy, Co-Parenting, Appreciative Inquiry, and Family Constellations. She especially enjoys working with Sensorimotor (body oriented) Therapy, positive psychology, experiential and mindfulness work. Additionally, she has enjoyed working with and learning from many eastern philosophy and nontraditional healers outside of the US.

You can reach Nadene at (907) 302-8205

 

David Mack, MD

Dr David Mack is a ABPN board certified allopathic psychiatrist. He has practiced inpatient, outpatient, Partial hospitalization, Dual diagnosis, Suboxone, Emergency and Consult Liason Psychiatry in a number of settings for the past 16 years.

Dr. Mack has special interest in depression, anxiety, addictions, and in developing the role of personal growth and spirituality.

He went to Medical School in the Dutch West Indies after some time working in Marine Biology, studying Northern Elephant Seals, Sailing the Pacific Ocean, Studying Acupuncture and Oriental medicine, and working other jobs.

His interests include Family, Community, Kirtan Chanting Music, Camping, Skiing, Fencing and Yoga.

You can contact David at (907) 302-8205

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Jule Harle, M.A., AHC, 500 HR RYT

Jule blends Cognitive Behavioral modalities with ancient wisdom from Ayurveda and Yoga. Integrative Counseling incorporates talk therapy, diet, herbs, lifestyle, aromatherapy, yoga & meditation techniques to facilitate deep healing for the body, mind, and spirit. 

When there is struggle or suffering in the mind, it affects our emotions, our bodies, our lives, and those around us. We then often act or exist in a way that causes more pain, dissatisfaction, and unhappiness. We get caught in a cycle of suffering that can become hard to break. Afflictions and suffering in the mind can be a great tool for self-discovery, growth, or spiritual realization. Oftentimes they are great catalysts for change. Sometimes we need help and don't know where or how to start this process. Integrative Counseling can help you work through many life challenges. 

You can contact Jule at (218) 343-5913 or email her at jule@ayurvedamindbody.org