About Our Therapists
Buffalo & Rogers
Breanna Heintzelman is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Certified Daring Way Facilitator offering individual, family and couples counseling.
Rogers & Lino Lakes
Heidi Waldoch, MA, LMFT is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, MN Board, AAMFT Approved Supervisor LPCC Board Approved Supervisor, Certified Daring Way Facilitator, speaker and the owner of Bridging Hope Counseling.
I strive to provide an environment focused on client strengths and resiliency. You are the expert of your lived experiences…
Angie Nemeth, MSW, LICSW
As humans, we are born with the innate capacity and the capability to change, evolve, and grow. However, in life, there are times in which our experiences may lead us to feel stuck, stagnant, hopeless, lost, directionless.
Pamela Stanley, MA, Psychotherapist
Lino Lakes and Rogers
Having a meaningful life is having hope for a better future that includes finding healthy outcomes and peace about our existence.
Courtney Bianchi-Rossi, MA, Psychotherapist
There is no one size fits all in the world of mental health. As a clinician, I believe each individual has a unique story that is made up of a compilation of moments and hardships.
Xee Kong, MA, Psychotherapist Intern
I am passionate and committed to provide empathy, empowerment, caring, encouraging, and accountability to support you in discovering and renewing your self-worth and life purpose…
Jessica Dusbabek, MS LADC, Psychotherapist Intern
Jessica is passionate about working collaboratively with individuals and groups to achieve their goals.
Nate Hoffman, MA, Psychotherapist
As a therapist I take a person-centered approach to therapy and work with individuals to help them gain awareness and understanding of their mental health…
Drew Troff, MA, Psychotherapist
Drew began on his path as a therapist because he wanted to help people face the challenges of life that sometimes seem overwhelming, and. …
Kelsey Lange, MA, LPCC, LADC
I believe seeking help is a sign of strength, and I’ll work with you to develop healthy strategies to manage the challenges that you face..
Mary Alton, MA, LPCC
Trained in Adlerian therapy, I use a holistic approach to understanding the client.
April Williamson, MA, Psychotherapist
April believes that every client has the tools within themselves to create a positive change in
Gina Daniels, MS, LMFT, CDWF
Gina Daniels is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist offering counseling for individuals, couples, and families in the Buffalo location.
Jessica Koehn, MA, LMFT
Jessica Koehn (pronounced Kane) is a Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist, who is currently pursuing…
Joelle Bishop, MA, Psychotherapist
From a strengths-based approach, Joelle is interested in helping others navigate the difficulties of relationships, transitions, and personal development.
Julia Furness, MS, Psychotherapist
Starting therapy can be difficult, and not only that, stressful, because you are sharing personal things with someone you have never met.
Kristin Posthumus, MA, Psychotherapist
The connection between the client and counselor is one of the most important aspect of counseling.
Katlyn Lindquist, MS LPCC
Katlyn values the strength and courage involved in engaging in the therapeutic process.
Liz McMillen, MA, LAMFT
Liz feels that the therapeutic relationship sets the foundation for the course of therapy. She works to create an accepting, judgement-free space for folks of allRead More
Maddie Johnson, MA, LPCC
Maddie believes that people are the experts on their own experiences. As a therapist, Maddie works towards empowering and equipping others to be agents of change in their own lives.
Mai Thao, MA, LAMFT
I believe that true transformation will affect all aspects of your life (mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual). Sometimes we can’t understand ourselves.
Payton Le, MA, Psychotherapist
JPayton is pursuing a License in Marriage and Family Therapy and is receiving Supervision here at Bridging Hope from James McAuley.
Lily Breckner, Psychotherapist
Sarah Hendrickson, MA, LPCC
Sarah is here to support you with where you are at and process through what you need.
Suzanne Komanski, MS, LPCC, NCC
It takes strength to reach out for help. Some of us have heard the message that you’re weak if you ask for help. I get it.
Matt Watnemo, MA, Psychotherapist
Every person has tremendous value and brings a unique life story, strengths, and hardships with them to counseling.