At Ally, we feature a team of exceptionally trained, experienced, and gifted professionals with various specialties to come alongside you as you work towards your goals.

  • Dr. Jeremiah Peck has an extensive background in Counseling and Christian church ministry, including: pastoral ministry since 2005, professional counseling since 2013, and teaches counseling as core faculty at Western Seminary in Portland, Oregon. 

    Dr. Peck specializes in counseling individuals and couples, providing clinical supervision, and is a sought after presenter and consultant for professional trainings, and Christian church ministry.

    Locations served: in-person in Kelso and Vancouver, and online throughout WA and OR

    Click here for Jeremiah's profile on Psychology Today

  • Michael has served in Christian church ministry in several states, including Colorado, California, Oregon, and Washington, and in a variety of roles including as a worship pastor, college ministry, and youth ministry staff. 

    Michael specializes in individual and relationship counseling services, helping individuals strengthen their relationships as well as overcome personal challenges related to depression, anxiety, identity, and self worth. 

    Locations served: in-person in Vancouver, and online throughout WA

    Click here for Michael's profile on Psychology Today

  • Natasha has diverse experience in family ministry, including children, youth, and mothers of preschoolers (MOPS). 

    Natasha utilizes a positive strengths-based approach to help individuals overcome challenges, learn and apply new skills, and improve their overall quality of personal, relational, and occupational life. Natasha also utilizes eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) to help individuals process trauma. 

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    Locations served: in-person in White Salmon, and online throughout WA

    Click here for Natasha's profile on Psychology Today

  • Preston Brennan, MA, LMHCA

    Preston comes to the Northwest by way of North Carolina, where he got his start in the mental health field working at a wilderness therapy center. Working with clients in this setting gave him an appreciation for the deep well of internal resources we all have, and how powerful an accepting, empathetic, and genuine presence can be on the path to growth and healing. Preston uses several approaches to help clients reprocess and reintegrate traumatic experiences in order to help them feel more a part of their own process of being a person.

    Locations served: in-person in Vancouver and White Salmon, and online throughout WA

    Click here for Preston's profile on Psychology Today

  • Rachelle Tau-Stewart (RAY), MA, LMHCA

    Ray has worked with youth for the past six years in various settings. She has a passion for helping individuals, children and teens overcome life challenges and achieve a healthy mindset and lifestyle. Through empathy, understanding and embodying the fruits of the spirit she aims to provide a safe space clients feel they can be vulnerable to express themselves. She utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Solution Focused Therapy to focus on helping adjust negative and unhelpful thoughts and behaviors that might be hindering progress and going forward in life.   

    Locations served: in-person in Vancouver, and online throughout WA

    Click here for Ray's profile on Psychology Today

  • STephanie cahill, ma, lmhc

    Stephanie has been a professional counselor since 2015. She is passionate about working collaboratively with clients to help them uncover truths about themselves and find healing and wholeness. Stephanie specializes in helping individual adults dealing with issues involving codependency, pregnancy (prenatal & postpartum), domestic violence, and parenting. She often uses narrative, internal family systems, and strength-based approaches and loves allowing space for humor in the counseling room.

    Locations served: in-person in Vancouver, and online throughout WA

    Click here for Stephanie's profile on Psychology Today

  • Shasta has served in Christian church ministry for more than 25 years, including children's ministry and women's ministry. She has been a counselor since 2019. 

    Shasta specializes in providing direct counseling services to individuals, couples, and families. She uses Emotion Focused Therapy and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Therapy to help clients with depression, anxiety, relational and communication issues. 

    Locations served: in-person in Vancouver, and online throughout WA, OR, and ID

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  • Stacy has over twenty-five years of professional experience as an educator and counselor, working with individuals, couples, and families in a clinical and pastoral counseling setting. Her international experience includes living in Taiwan and working in regions of Ghana, Ivory Coast and Mexico. Eclectic in her therapeutic approach, she frequently utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. She is eager to come alongside individuals helping them gain perspective and wholeness along their life journey.  

    Stacy specializes in supporting leaders who feel alone in their difficulties due to the prominent role they hold in their organization or ministry. In addition, she has experience helping first responders, cross cultural workers, women, children, those suffering from Bi-Polar Disorder and those navigating difficult life transitions. 

    Locations served: in-person in Vancouver, and online throughout WA

    Click here for Stacy's profile on Psychology Today

  • Lauren enjoys working with teens (15+) and adults, and specializes in trauma and anxiety.

    Lauren is SAFE trained in EMDR, and enjoys working with people as they become “unstuck” from their past and move into wellness and thriving in the present. She also has experience helping people develop healthier relationships, through boundary setting and improved communication. When working with individuals, she often uses metaphor, collaboration, mindfulness, and openness. Lauren feels tremendously honored to be able to sit with other people as they share their stories.

    Locations served: in-person in Vancouver, and online throughout WA

    Click here for Lauren's profile on Psychology Today

  • alexis schofield

    Alexis has worked with children, teens, and adults in various settings both professionally and in ministry. Her therapeutic approach utilizes Narrative and Strength Based therapies. She strives to bring a compassionate and hopeful presence during therapy and cares deeply about developing a strong therapeutic relationship where her clients feel seen, heard, and understood. She works empathetically and collaboratively to help clients identify underlying beliefs, harmful thought patterns, and narratives that may be impacting their life. She also focuses on helping clients utilize their strengths, build self esteem, experience self acceptance, and build a sense of purpose. Her desire is to create a safe and supportive environment where clients can process and experience healing. 

    Locations served: in-person in Vancouver, and online throughout WA and OR

    Click here for Alexis's profile on Psychology Today

  • DeAngeloa Wells

    In addition to her clinical training, DeAngeloa blends her personal experience, professional skills and spiritual gifts to help bring healing by giving voice to those who have been silenced and experienced brokenness. Her service in youth, women, and music ministries laid a foundation for her call as a Pastor’s wife to her husband of 37 years. She is also an accomplished Human Resources professional with 25+ years of experience and is a “people person” who relates well to individuals from all walks of life. Her life mantra is to sit with people through their best and worst, being fully present for those she is supporting. 


    She utilizes Person-Centered Therapy and employs an empathetic connection to walk alongside others to help them achieve their maximum potential. She has a heart for leaders and those who serve in ministry, particularly Pastor’s wives and others who are silently or outwardly dealing with unspoken emotional pain. Her desire is to see those who are hurting overcome issues, trauma and debilitating emotions and obtain healing and wellness in every area of their lives. 

    Locations served: In-person in Vancouver, and online throughout WA and OR

    Click here for DeAngeloa's profile on Psychology Today

  • Trayc Foskett

    Trayc has served in ministerial roles from cradle to end of life where she holds on to hope for others while helping them find their strength, joy, and anchor. Trayc has experience working with those in ministry and service to community, knowing how hard it is to feel safe being vulnerable about your own struggles when others rely on your hope and strength to keep them anchored. She strives to offer a space where they can be honest about life's weight while holding on to the hope of their calling. With that, she has also worked with young adults who are questioning their faith and need a safe place to wrestle it out.

    As a former teacher and engaged parent volunteer, Trayc leans toward the more interactive and energizing approaches to counseling like arts therapies, Gestalt interventions, Solutions Focused Brief Therapy, and CBT built on a foundation of Adlerian Counseling. Trayc works with Individuals aged late-adolescent and above, couples, and families. Specializing in ministerial challenges and life transitions, she also works with adoption, grief, narcissism, and interpersonal relationship issues. A self-proclaimed People-ist, she knows the power of a well-timed encouragement, a comforting word, a funny comment, and a straightforward challenge.

    Locations served: In-person in Vancouver, and online throughout WA and OR

    Click here for Trayc's profile on Psychology Today

  • Ashley Larkin

    Ashley brings 25+ years of experience in ministry, social work, and pastoral care to her work as a counseling student intern. She is passionate about helping people of various ages find a safe and compassionate space to explore their own stories while building practical skills and a deeper belief in their self-worth. Ashley brings warmth and authenticity to her relationships with clients, accompanying them through difficulties like anxiety, depression, relationship challenges, and life adjustments. Utilizing narrative and strength-based therapies, Ashley helps clients identify their unique value and sense of hope.

    Locations served: In-person in Vancouver, and online throughout WA or OR

    Click here for Ashley's profile on Psychology Today

  • When you contact Ally, you will likely be greeted by Mikayla, our compassionate and professional Administrator. Mikayla specializes in client relations and connecting you to one of the many specialists here at Ally.