Our Clinicians

Marie Tueller, MED, LPC

Marie Tueller is a Licensed Professional Counselor practicing as a therapist, coach, educator, consultant, and clinical supervisor in Prescott, AZ. Marie’s education, professional and personal background in treating mental health issues, addiction, and trauma gives her a unique and effective approach to counseling. She works to provide clients with individualized treatment plans that can be integrated into their daily lives. Marie Tueller received her Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of Utah in 2007. Additionally, she is currently a counseling psychology PsyD candidate. Marie has worked in the field of counseling and behavioral health since 2001 in a variety of clinical settings. She is also a licensed clinician and registered clinical supervisor through the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners. Marie specializes in a variety of clinical modalities including, but not limited to, CBT, DBT, Brainspotting, trauma informed treatment, gender specific modalities, and motivational interviewing. She takes a goal-directed client centered approach which allows the individual to explore and discover the possibility for deep internal healing and growth.  Marie has supported many individuals in achieving their goals by gently guiding her clients through important constructive changes and transitions in their lives.  She uses this client centered approach, combined with holistic modalities tailored to the unique individual, to assist her clients in making positive changes in a variety of areas.

Cloy Dellaripa, MC, LPC

Cloy Dellaripa received her Master’s degree from Arizona State University in Community Counseling in 2007. She began work in family and adolescent counseling in 2008 for families experiencing crisis and trauma. Cloy continued to work with children and adults with developmental disabilities. She has received advanced training in PTSD, trauma counseling, veteran recovery, Ayurvedic Sciences, mindfulness and meditation practices, brainspotting, EMDR, experiential therapy, and is a certified Yoga instructor. Cloy is particularly interested in the healing effects of nature and forest therapy. Cloy has had the pleasure to participate in a variety of international health initiatives and is currently providing training and mental health services in Nepal in her spare time, with special focus on women’s substance abuse recovery.

Katherine Miller, LMSW

Katherine is a Licensed Master Social Worker. She holds a Bachelor's of Science Degree in Human Behavior and a Master's Degree in Social Work from Northern Arizona University. Katherine has worked in the field of mental and behavioral health for over eight years. Katherine is trained in brainspotting and Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR). Katherine has experience, education, and training in treating PTSD, complex trauma, mental illness, addiction, conflict within family systems and relationships, as well as co-occurring disorders. Katherine believes in healing the whole person and has developed a diverse skill set while utilizing her own experiences to pursue her passion of helping clients recover and reclaim themselves. 

Dani Russell, MS, LAC

Dani Russell is a Prescott, AZ native who received her Master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Prescott College. Throughout her education, Dani emphasized in somatic counseling. Coupled with a 10-year background in the health and fitness industry, she approaches health and healing as a holistic venture that involves body, mind, soul, as well as the social and natural ecosystem in which the person conducts their life's journey. Trained in brainspotting and with experience in treating addictions, co-occurring disorders, body image, and disordered eating issues, as well as holistic health and mindfulness coaching, Dani utilizes a trauma-informed approach and seeks to help her clients become more grounded and resilient. Dani is currently pursuing certification as an Intuitive Eating Counselor and hosts groups focused on healing body image and food-related issues. She is passionate about helping her clients heal their relationships with their bodies and sees this as an integral step in overall health and wellness.


Philip Matosich, MS, LAC

Philip is a Licensed Associate Counselor with a passion for working with individuals, couples, and families who have been impacted by substance use disorders and process addictions.  He also specializes in a wide range of mental and behavioral health issues including but not limited to the treatment of anger management related issues, trauma and dissociative disorders, anxiety, depression, and self esteem related problems. Philip offers individual, couples, and family therapy. He pours his heart and soul into helping his clients achieve their goals and full potential. A client-centered approach is extremely important in Philip's clinical work. He utilizes a variety of approaches including motivational interviewing, brainspotting, experiential & psychodrama, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and dialectical behavioral therpy (DBT). Philip is passionate about helping clients work through ambivalent and insecure feelings so they can find the internal motivation needed for lasting change. Philip also pays close attention to the entire well-being of each unique individual. He is tuned in to the fact that each person comes from a different background and has unique strengths and challenges. 


Kacy Garfield, LMSW, 

Kacy is a Master Clinical Social Worker. Kacy graduated with honors from Arizona State University, School of Social Work.  In 2020, as a non-traditional student and mother of three boys, Kacy completed her undergraduate degree in Applied Human Behavior through Northern Arizona University. During completion of this program, she gained social work experience through a 455 hour internship position at the Yavapai County Juvenile Justice and Detention Center.  As a graduate student, Kacy has had many opportunities through field placements. She has worked along side medical social workers in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and Emergency Department (ED) at Yavapai Regional Medical Center in addition to completing 200 hours with social workers at Windhaven Psychiatric in-patient Hospital. In her concentration year field placement, her social work development shifted gears into direct clinical practice. Throughout her concentration year field placement, Kacy worked as a Behavioral Health Care provider and Individual Therapist with Spectrum Healthcare in Prescott, AZ. Kacy enjoys thinking critically, problem solving, and working with others. She can connect with others that are going through difficult life stages and provide empathy, support, and empowerment. Kacy believes that every person has a story to tell and a difference to make. It is her desire to meet others where they are and acknowledge the dignity and worth of each individual. She believes that love and faith are an incredible foundation for healing and that it is her purpose and privilege to walk alongside those seeking help as they grow within themselves and allow the world to be blessed by their presence.

Rachel Hodgson, MEd

Rachel graduated with her M.Ed from Northern Arizona University. She has a passion for helping children and adults through the power of play and creative therapy from a humanistic and existential perspective. Rachel is an advocate for trauma-based care, recognizing the importance of addressing the root causes of mental health issues for long-term healing. She believes in creating a safe and supportive environment where clients can feel comfortable and confident in their ability to express themselves. She draws from her personal experience as a Child of Deaf Adults, bringing this perspective to her practice. With her warmth, empathy, and clinical skills, Rachel is dedicated to supporting her clients in reaching their full potential and achieving their therapeutic goals.