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 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.
Jenna Christensen received her MS degree in Psychology in 2023 from MSU Billings. She interned at Keystone Counseling while pursuing her degree and has been practicing as a mental health counselor and psychology technician since 2022. She has previous experience in law, recreational education, and program directing.
Her theoretical foundation is primarily Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), with integrated techniques from diverse therapeutic modalities such as Internal Family Systems (IFS), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Art Therapy, and Narrative Therapy.
Jenna incorporates artistic mediums as a means of self-expression and healing, encouraging clients to utilize various creative outlets to articulate their thoughts and emotions through positive psychology. Additionally, she works as a local artist and collaborates with the Center for Well-Being, a women-led positive psychology group, and co-hosts the Naturally Strong Podcast. Jenna's strengths are Humor, Creativity, Curiosity, Spirituality, and Judgment.
She is committed to fostering healing, promoting self-expression, and nurturing personal growth in her clients through an innovative and holistic approach to therapy. She has a history of working with children and adults with depression, anxiety, and trauma-related disorders. She is currently providing individual counseling to adults, teens, and children.
Hi I’m Kaitee Kavlie, I’m from Montana and love serving the people in our community. I hold a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Master of Science in Psychology from MSU Billings. I am currently employed at Keystone Counseling and provide therapy to clients as a PCLC. I primarily use therapeutic techniques from cognitive behavioral therapy, positive psychology, and mindfulness. I aspire to become a fully licensed LCPC and am currently working towards completing my licensure hours.
I value centering treatment around each client’s unique needs, symptoms, and goals. I enjoy helping clients use their strengths to address their challenges, to empower them to be the best version of themselves. My goal is to create a space where clients feel safe to openly express themselves, so they can process their experiences that contribute to the pain and obstacles in their life. I believe it’s crucial to be compassionate and validate clients in their present stage of life, suffering, and healing. By honoring their experiences and adversity, while also gently challenging them, this can foster their personal growth and healing.
Teague is currently interning as a junior psychometrist with Keystone. Under the direct supervision of Dr. Nelson, Teague has partnered with the Montana Developmental Assessment Clinic- a multidisciplinary team dedicated to the assessment and treatment of children suspected of Autism Spectrum Disorder. At this clinic, Teague's duties consist of intellectual assessment and interdisciplinary discussion regarding treatment planning and diagnosis. Teague also works for Montana Community Services as a care-coordinator in their group homes dedicated to the housing of patients with schizophrenia. Teague is currently wrapping up his master's degree in psychology and has plans to go on and get his doctoral degree in clinical psychology.
Emma was born and raised in Billings and obtained her Bachelor of Science in Psychology in 2023 at MSU-Billings. She is currently getting her Master of Science in Psychology there as well. Her role at Keystone includes assisting in the compilation of neuropsychological assessment reports, as well as participating in intern development meetings. After she completes her master's, she plans to earn a doctorate in clinical psychology and work as a licensed psychologist. Em's top strengths are appreciation of beauty and excellence, humor, love of learning, critical thinking, and fairness.
The Staff at The Keystone Counseling Center is extremely appreciative of the billing, scheduling and accounts recievable work done by Kathy Jandro at Old School Admin Services