Masters Level Interns
We are grateful to host intern clinicians! These clinicians will be supervised and trained by our talented staff. They are available for reduced fee sessions of $25.
Contact us today to schedule an appointment! 

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Owen Sawyer

Pronouns: He/Him/His

Masters Level Clinical Intern 

Aurora University

Works with Children and Adolescent Individuals

Owen says: “In younger years of development, it can be difficult for children and adolescents to understand their emotions and cope with them. My hope is that in therapy, I can increase my client's emotional intelligence and ability to cope with their emotions. A dominant factor that contributes to children’s and adolescents mental health is their mindset. I enjoy using mindfulness and cognitive behavioral therapy techniques to help my clients set goals and learn coping mechanisms when trying to deal with emotionally confusing moments in their life. I strongly believe that learning these things at such young of an age will stay with them forever and help pave their path of coping with their emotions the rest of their life. I look forward to working with them, and providing them grace through the process.”

Hannah Auch MA Intern

Hannah Auch

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Masters Level Clinical Intern 

Aurora University

Works with Children, Adolescent and Adults; Individuals, Couples & Families

Hannah's take "You are brave, you are strong, but you don’t have to go on the journey alone. I believe that everyone deserves a safe and supportive space to process their thoughts, emotions, and experiences. If you have been through a hard time or have been feeling the stress of life, I am here to listen non-judgmentally and cultivate a healing space. Through therapy, my goal is to help you learn practical skills so you may enhance your ability to cope with life’s challenges. Additionally, I hope to guide you to better understand your experiences and who you are as a human. I’m grateful and humbled to take this journey together!"

Cassie Gerr MA Intern

Cassie Gerr

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Masters Level Clinical Intern 

Aurora University

Works with Children, Adolescent, and Adult Individuals

Cassie says, "I believe our world can be hard to navigate, and I am here to help you discover your strength and transform with me through our time together. It is often hard to reach goals alone, so I want to help create a safe space where we can go on your journey to figure it out together. I want to help you spread your wings like a butterfly to heal. In our time together, I will be here to affirm you and offer a nonjudgmental space. Strength comes from putting your mental health first and being willing to open up. If you just want to talk, I will be there. If you want me to hold your pain, that is what I will do. I am here to help you and help you feel comfortable. I cannot wait to meet you!”