Mindful Montana Wellness, LLC Professional Counseling Services


Mindful Montana Wellness, LLC is providing limited every other week in-person sessions only for counseling

Mindful Montana Wellness provides clients with a welcoming, open-minded, inclusive approach to counseling that offers help, hope, and healing to empower, encourage, and support their path to change.

Deborah Horton is a licensed clinical professional counselor in Montana and a licensed professional school counselor K-12 in Montana.  She is also a National Certified Counselor, NCC, through the National Board for Certified Counselors and a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional II. In her private practice, Mindful Montana Wellness, she provides therapeutic counseling services for adult females in individual sessions. Sessions are provided in person to clients in Billings, Montana and surrounding areas. Read more about Deborah here

To start the process of counseling please complete the PreScreening Questionnaire

Appointment availability is variable but includes morning, afternoon and a few after 4pm openings only every other week.

Multiple insurance accepted including Blue Cross Blue Shield, Pacific Source, First Choice, Allegiance, Aetna, and EBMS. Private pay clients also accepted.

Business Services For Therapists

Deborah also offers a variety of therapy business services including private practice start-up and mentoring, insurance credentialing, website creation, marketing, clinical supervision for candidate licensed therapists and therapy insurance billing.  Visit the Therapy Billing Services page to learn more.

NEW – Mindful Montana Wellness PODCAST!!  A weekly mental health podcast hosted by Deborah Horton, M.Ed., LCPC, LPSC, NCC  and is available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and more  Mindful Montana Wellness Podcast on Spotify  

New Book/Workbook By Deborah Horton – Unlearn Your Trauma: Find Yourself Through The Process available on Amazon. For anyone who wants to start the work of processing through their trauma. Also an excellent resource for mental health clinicians. This book/workbook guides you from trauma start and formation through trauma in the body into generational trauma leading into negative beliefs and positive belief replacement as well as ways to create a stronger, healthier you. Exercises for each section guide you through process, understanding, awareness and acceptance. Utilizing repetition and reinforcement to allow you to learn a different way to think, feel, and live after trauma.

Also available, The Companion Journal for the book/workbook Unlearn Your Trauma: Find Yourself Through The Process. A companion journal for the exercises in the book/workbook that also serves as a journal for working through those exercises.Use this companion journal to document your progress through unlearning your trauma and creating the person you want to be instead of the person your trauma created. Each exercise in the book/workbook Unlearn Your Trauma: Find Yourself In The Process is in this journal for you to work through each one as you go through the book and through the process of creating the person you want to be not the person your trauma created.

IMPORTANT – The content on this site is provided for information only.  This information is not a substitute for professional medical care by a qualified healthcare professional.  The content on this site, other than that authored by Deborah Horton, is provided by other sources from reputable sites and institutions.  However, not all information on the Internet is medically correct or current.  Any decision about your health or medical care based solely on information obtained from the Internet could be dangerous.  I hope that you will find the third party sites linked to of interest, however I can accept no responsibility in respect of any third party web sites or any information contained therein.

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