Alissa Woolfolk, LPC
Alissa is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Registered Play Therapist who works with children ages 5-12 using play therapy techniques. She also works with teens and adults using a solution-focused approach to therapy, helping clients identify realistic solutions to their problems. She enjoys working with families, helping them create rules and boundaries, and improving communication.
Mason Whipp, LCSW
Mason works with individuals with substance abuse and mental health difficulties, and is trained in EMDR. She brings her own life experiences to counseling. Insightful and non-shaming, Mason’s an exceptionally good listener and she provides useful feedback and strategies for improving functioning using cognitive-behavioral therapy, client-centered therapy, and mindfulness. Mason enjoys working working with people from all age groups.
Paige O’Brien, LCSW
Paige has been in various parts of the field of Social Work for 20 years including working with individuals with disabilities, counseling and administration. Paige provides a safe and casual setting for clients struggling with anxiety, depression, trauma/grief and addiction issues. She works with a diverse population of adolescents, adults and couples. EMDR and CBT are guiding approaches in her practice. She has an authentic and genuine manner that sets the tone for a productive therapeutic relationship.
Rob Martin, LCSW CSAC
Rob enjoys working with adolescents and adults with substance use and other mental health issues. He uses a variety of theoretical approaches including cognitive-behavioral therapy and systems theory. His practice focuses on problem solving and helping clients reach their true potential by aiding the development of healthy thought patterns and coping behaviors. He received his LCSW in 1994 and CSAC in 1993.
Susan Archer, LCSW
Susan is a relaxed and non-shaming therapist with a practical and results-oriented approach. Her therapy practice starts with listening and understanding and then applying the interventions, techniques, and suggestions to make lasting changes. Whether it's working through trauma, addiction issues, or developing coping skills to manage life’s challenges Susan is most at home while in the therapy setting. She enjoys complex situations including PTSD, individuals with dual issues, complexity and deep grief. Treatment approaches she uses are cognitive-behavioral therapy, client-centered therapy, systems theory, EMDR, LENS neurofeedback, and others as needed.
Troy Henshaw, LPC
Troy has expertise in substance abuse as well as behavioral addictions including sex addictions. Having worked in the field for fifteen years, Troy is comfortable with mood disorders, couples counseling, and dual disorders. His background is in Rehabilitation Counseling and he works with a variety of theoretical approaches individualized to meet the person's needs.Troy works with clients to explore change in a non-confrontational, supportive atmosphere. He has love and respect for all people, especially people who struggle.
Archstone Counseling & Treatment takes Medicaid, has a sliding scale for self-pay clients and accepts most insurances.