Bevin Modrak, M.Ed., LCPC Bevin earned his Bachelor's of Science degree in Psychology with a minor in Drug and Alcohol Counseling from Washington State University in 1988 and his Master's degree in Counseling Psychology in 1991. For the past 20 years, Bevin has provided a broad variety of clinical services to children, families, and adults. He has served as Director of Adult Services for a psychiatric hospital. He has provided clinical oversight of services for hundreds of children and adolescents in foster care, facilitating adoptive placements, and provided trainings and in-services to teachers and para-professionals. Bevin has been a Designated Examiner and Dispositioner for the State of Idaho, diagnosing and evaluating adults with serious and persistent mental illness, and working collaboratively with community psychiatrists, psychologists, and other mental health professionals to ensure appropriate treatment. He has received training in a number of different treatment modalities; most recently he’s been level II EMDR trained (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy for the treatment of trauma related issues) for the treatment of trauma related issues. Bevin never ceases to be amazed by the resiliency and capacity of people and is always honored to play a part in their remarkable stories of change.

Maureen Clahan, M.A. LMFT, Maureen received her degree in Social/Clinical Psychology in San Francisco at accredited University, New College of California in 1992. She specialized in career and life planning, treating depression and anxiety, and working with families challenged by divorce and bereavement. Licensed in 1999 as a Marriage Family Therapist, she provided clinical oversite at a Mental Health Clinic; was a statewide trainer for the "Journey of Hope" (NAMI affiliate); providing advocacy and assistance to families with a loved one affected by mental illness; was a clinical supervisor for substance abuse residential programs for youth, and has provided individual, family, and group counseling services for a variety of complex issues.

Other specialties include resiliency training for children and transition age youth; children and family therapy, providing advocacy and counsel for families involved in the recovery of their loved ones challenged by chronic mental illness; Adoption issues; LGBT issues; Adjustment disorders and Depression. Body image issues, including eating disorders; level II EMDR trained (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy for the treatment of trauma related issues).

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