Kameron received her MS in Psychology in 2008 from MSU-Billings and her PsyD in 2015 from the University of the Rockies. She has worked with the women in the MWP to overcome grief and loss, trauma, addiction, depression, anxiety, and to improve emotional regulation and life skills in individual and group settings. She also provided counseling services at The Center for Children and Families and worked as a clinical psychologist for the Hawaii Department of Education. Currently, she provides counseling to adults, children, teens, families, and couples as well as psychological assessments. Her theoretical approach is person-centered, with a reliance on emotionally focused, internal family systems, and cognitive-behavioral methods. Kameron's top character strengths are critical thinking, perseverance, honesty, spirituality and love.
Bryan Cantwell received his MS in Psychology from MSU-Billings in 2017 and has been practicing as a mental health counselor since that time. He has worked in the mental health and human services field since 2009. He has a history of working with children and adults with depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and trauma-related disorders in both a community and residential setting. He has also worked to serve families of children with developmental disabilities including autism spectrum disorders and genetic disorders through case management, education, and evidence-based family interventions. He is currently providing individual counseling to adults, children, and teens, family counseling, and couples counseling.
Coley grew up in Great Falls, MT and moved to Billings in 2013 to continue her education in the field of psychology. She obtained her Bachelor of Science in Psychology in 2015 and her Master of Science in Psychology in 2018, both from Montana State University Billings. Coley worked for the Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch for almost seven years in a variety of positions, in both residential and community based services. She most recently worked as a Lead Program Therapist in a school based program at a local middle school. She recently began the transition into private practice at The Keystone Counseling Center, PLLC and is looking forward to providing pet assisted therapy in the future, with her loving dog, Wickett. Coley has worked with kids ages 5-18 and has a relational and client centered focus. She has experience working with youth with depression, anxiety, trauma related issues, anger, emotional control difficulties, and those on the Autism spectrum. Coley’s top character strengths are judgment, prudence, honesty, fairness, and appreciation of beauty and excellence.
You are your greatest investment and I believe the richest relationship you will ever experience is the one you choose to develop with yourself. As your therapist, I will work to help you develop a healthier relationship with yourself and to customize your treatment to best fit you.
I am fully licensed as an LCPC (Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor) and have my bachelors and master's degrees from a Montana University. I have spent the past 5 years working in residential, community-based, and school-based services and the past 3 years working as a Clinical Program Therapist. During this time, I have sought specialized training in trauma, attachment, anxiety, and depression. I am experienced in treatment of all genders, cultural and ethnic identities, and sexual orientation/preference, and operate from an inclusive and holistic perspective. I also practice from a strengths-based perspective, and will work with you to develop awareness, exploration, and application of your own strengths.
It takes courage to take this first step and I am here to support and encourage you every step of the way. I look forward to walking this journey with you.