Providers

Emily Low, LPC, NCC Olivia Foote, LPCS Adie Callahan, LPC, CDCII

Amanda Forsting, LPC, NCC Stacie Braband, LPC, NCC Rose Elbert, LPC

Emily Low, LPC, NCC

Emily's former clients have said she is respectful, genuine, and compassionate and that she values her clients’ feedback to make sure they feel comfortable.  Emily specializes in helping her clients through the struggles of trauma, PTSD, anxiety, and depression and has experience supporting people with chronic illnesses, members of the LGBTQ+ community, and neurodiverse populations using evidence-based theories and methods such as EMDR, mindfulness, and HeartMath biofeedback.
Emily also enjoys working with groups.

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Olivia Foote, LPC-S

Olivia Foote was born and raised in Fairbanks and is Alumni of the University of Alaska Fairbanks. She received her bachelors degree in psychology, her masters in community counseling, and is a Licensed Professional Counselor and supervisor. She has worked with many populations including adolescents and adults within group, family, and individual sessions. She utilizes a holistic, strength based approach that focuses on empowering patients to reach their identified goals and finding wellness in all areas of their lives. She currently is accepting new telehealth patients, 16 years and older, and has experience treating a variety of mental health issues including anxiety, depression, attention-deficit disorders, addiction, and women’s health issues. She specializes in the treatment of trauma and utilizes Brainspotting to help people process past trauma and overcome the negative emotions and pain that often accompany these experiences. In her leisure time she enjoys making art, playing guitar, cooking, and spending time with her family and friends.

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Adie Callahan, LPC, CDCII

Adie was born in Fairbanks, raised Outside, and moved back to Alaska in 2001. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor and has a Chemical Dependency II certification. She holds a Master’s of Education in Counseling and a Bachelor’s degree in sociology from the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Adie specializes in working with adults experiencing anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, and behavioral health concerns. Her approach to counseling is person-centered, trauma informed, and strengths-based. She specializes in cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness and emotional regulation, and motivational interviewing. In her free time, she enjoys winter activities that involve ice and snow, traveling, yoga, cooking, reading, and spending time with her friends and family.

Amanda Forsting, LPC, NCC, CCTS-I

Amanda is a former mid-westerner who relocated to Alaska in 2016 after chasing adventures and new experiences around the country with her husband and five kids. She worked in Mobile Crisis Outreach while finishing Bachelor degrees in Psychology and Sociology at the University of Northern Colorado and completed a Master of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from UAF. She is a Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist through Trauma Institute International, working with adults who have complex, military, relationship and childhood trauma, as well as anxiety, grief, mood and adjustment disorders. Amanda's approach is trauma-informed, multicultural and whole-person focused. In her personal time, she can be found traveling, cooking, collecting too many pets, lost in a good book or surrounded by nature in the mountains or by the sea where she is most happy and at peace.

Stacie Braband, LPC, NCC

Stacie is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Nationally Certified Counselor who practices from a bodymind somatic approach when walking alongside clients as they take steps towards healing and growth. It is Stacie’s hope to build a collaborative relationship with a felt-sense of safety. Stacie specializes in treating trauma-related disorders, anxiety disorders, life transitions, grief and loss. Stacie is a Certified Grief-Informed therapist. Stacie utilizes mindfulness and attachment-informed therapies including, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Polyvagal Informed Therapy, Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS) and Brainspotting. Stacie is now accepting new clients ranging from age 14 to adult, individuals, couples and families. Telehealth and in-person sessions available. 

Rose Elbert, LPC

Rose Elbert is an Alaska-grown counselor from Utqiagvik and Fairbanks, AK. Rose received her Masters Degree in Counseling – Clinical Mental Health from Northern Vermont University. Rose works primarily with children but has experience working with adults in counseling and advocacy work since 2013. Rose uses art and play therapy as well as mindfulness-based therapy techniques to treat issues related to trauma, anxiety, and parent-child relational concerns. Rose has training in Dialectic Behavior Therapy Skills, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and Brainspotting.