Lance Roorda, LISW
Lance has an undergraduate degree in Psychology from Iowa State University, and a Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Iowa. Lance is independently licensed through the Iowa Social Work Board of Examiners. Lance works with children, adolescents, and adults, providing individual, family, and couples counseling. Lance has been working in the social work field since 2007 and has experience outside of therapy that includes PMIC and residential care, child welfare, substance abuse, public health and policy, community organizing, program development, and working with veterans. Lance brings an inclusive and supportive approach to complicated interpersonal and relational issues.
Tyne Smith, LISW
Tyne is a Licensed Independent Social Worker who received her Masters of Social Work at the University of Alaska in 2009. She has primarily worked with young adults but has previously worked with teens and children. She has also spent time working as a substance abuse therapist. Recently she was trained in EMDR and has integrated this Trauma based form of therapy into her practice. She believes in working with clients in a wholistic approach and is also trained in DBT, CBT, Motivational Interviewing and Solution Focused Therapy.
Marlene Hibma, LISW
Marlene is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with an MSW degree from the University of Iowa. Marlene offers yoga groups for women. In addition to being trained in Trauma Responsive Yoga and Trauma-Informed Yoga, Marlene has personally discovered the many benefits of yoga practice. Marlene is also available for individual therapy with women incorporating yoga and breathing exercises.
Hollee Stover Nelson, T-LHMC
Hollee Stover Nelson is a Temporary Licensed Mental Health Counselor, T-LMHC with a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Liberty University. She has training in EMDR, Play Therapy, Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Internal Family Systems (IFS), and Narrative Therapy. Hollee enjoys adversity tenacity training and welcomes a growing client base teaching others how to thrive and not just survive. She welcomes working with children, adolescents, and adults experiencing issues related to trauma, stress, anxiety, grief, loss, and fear.
Alyssa Plunkett, LMSW
Alyssa is a Licensed Master Social Worker who received her Master’s in Social Work from the University of Northern Iowa in 2015. She has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults in the inpatient and outpatient settings. Working from a trauma-informed perspective she believes that every person deserves a safe and supportive space to process their experiences and relationships. In her work, she utilizes expressive approaches including trauma-responsive yoga, play, and art to help foster healing. She works with families to promote emotional regulation through compassionate connection and collaboration. Particular interest areas include perinatal mental health, parenting, adoption, foster care, depression, anxiety, and trauma.
Corey is an intern student through Buena Vista University. Corey has been working with children as a school counselor for the last 10 years in Oskaloosa. He believes that therapy is a joint venture meant to share knowledge and skills while working towards a solution together. He works with families and individuals to promote positive self-talk, healthy relationships, and emotional regulation. His interests include children of all ages, parenting, life changes, anxiety, and trauma.
Karen Dunsbergen, LMSW
Karen is a Licensed Master Social Worker who received her Master’s in Social Work from Campbellsville University. Karen also received her certificate in Christian Counseling from Grand Canyon University. She has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults in a variety of settings and has worked in the social work field for 10 years. She works from a trauma-informed perspective and believes that everyone deserves a safe space to process their experiences and relationships. She utilizes a strength-based approach when working with individuals and believes that everyone has the potential for growth. Karen believes in using a collaborative approach when working with people and has training in CBT, motivational interviewing, and Solution-Focused Therapy.
Jill Fee, LMSW
Jill received her Masters in Social Work from the University of Minnesota. She also holds a Masters in Teaching and has experience working in public, charter, Montessori, and collegiate education. Jill has worked in the human service/social work and education fields for over 20 years. Jill has a special interest in CBT but also uses an eclectic approach to tailor to individuals’ needs. Jill’s interests include: individual counseling, motivational interviewing and strengths-based approach, high school and college students, LGBTQ+, job changes or job struggles, single or partnered parents, talented and gifted, anxiety, ADHD, depression, and trauma. Jill works with patients 8th grade and older.