Deborah Horton, M.Ed., LCPC, LPSC, NCC
Deborah specializes in working with adolescent girls and adult women with history of depression, anxiety, trauma, addiction, and more. She is a credentialed Medicaid provider, as well as accepting many other insurance plans.
Deborah utilizes a variety of therapeutic tools that are tailored to each individual client. She uses Mindfulness-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, meditation, EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing What Is EMDR), art and play therapy, and more to promote healing and wellness.
Deborah worked at Billings Senior High School for almost 7 years with a very diverse student population. She worked since December 2015 at a residential mental health facility counseling adolescent girls with complex trauma in individual, family, and group sessions. She began her private practice June of 2017 working with women and girls with complex trauma, as well as many other mental health diagnoses.
Deborah has limited appointment availability at this time.
Brandi Buckles, MS, PCLC, CRC owner of Signal Point Counseling is now taking NEW clients for evening (after school and evening) and Saturday appointments!
NEW to Mindful Montana Wellness suite of counselors is Daron Brooker, MBA, M.Ed., PCLC owner of B. W. Caring Corporation is now taking NEW clients for afternoon, evening, and Saturday appointments. Daron is working under the supervision of Deborah Horton, M.Ed., LCPC, LPSC, NCC.
Daron has both clinical counseling and school counseling degrees. Daron has worked for over 20 years with youth and families in a variety of settings including group homes, case management, community therapy, Tumbleweed, day treatment programs, mental health counseling and more.
Please visit his Psychology Today profile to learn more. You can reach him to schedule a FREE initial consultation by calling 406-296-5473 or by email from his Psychology Today profile.
Daron accepts the following insurance plans: Aetna, Allegiance, Cigna, Montana BCBS, EBMS, First Choice, Healthy Montana Kids and Pacific Source