We believe in therapy because we’ve been there. At Equilibrium Counseling and Wellness, we value, and stay mindful of, our own personal growth, accountability, and introspection.
Our therapists practice regular therapeutic tools to manage our own mental health so that we can offer to you the best versions of ourselves.
Brittney R. Doll, LCMFT
Brittney is a trauma-informed therapist and educator. She works with women that have experienced traumatic experiences such as emotional, mental, physical, sexual, and spiritual/religious abuse. She offers a relaxed, non-judgmental environment to create safety for the process of healing.
Brittneys method of therapy is rooted in Attachment Theory and Interpersonal Neurobiology. She practices a trauma therapy called Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)–an evidence-based approach to healing acute and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Brittney believes that all people are capable, resilient, and able to recover and heal. No one is broken or wounded beyond repair. She believes that hope is the most important aspect to therapeutic work and will hold hope for her clients until they are able to hold it for themselves.
Karen Hubbard, LMFT
Karen Hubbard MS, LMFT has been in Social Services since 2007. She received her Marriage and Family degree from Friends University in 2010. Since 2010, she started working with Military members and their families and now working in the Child and Family system to reintegrate families to unify the family system. Karen has experience working with trauma, PTSD, substance abuse/misuse, domestic violence, and individual, family and couple’s therapy.
Jane Kapleau, LSCSW
Jane is a Licensed Specialist Clinical Social Worker with over 31 years experience in the field of social work. Jane is experienced in working with a diverse clientele including all ages from Pre-K to the elderly. Working with such a diverse population has led to learning and utilizing various treatment modalities, such as play therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, solution focused brief therapy and trauma focused therapy.
No matter what issues you are dealing with, Jane believes that the most important factor is connection between herself and her clients, and is beautifully defined by Brene Brown, “The energy that exists between people when they feel seen, heard, and valued; when they can give and receive without judgement; and when they derive existence and strength from the relationship.”