Sunrise Therapy Collective
One Building. Individual Private Practices. Unique Approaches and Specialties. A Common Goal.
The therapists below along with Rachel Achatz, LPC are choosing to work together in the same location. Each therapist has their unique private practice and approach to therapy as well as differing specialties. One uniting factor of the therapy collective is that each therapist is committed to providing competent and compassionate behavioral health therapy! Check out each therapist's profile below.
Former clients of Charis Counseling Services who want to return for additional services will need to contact their therapist directly. All therapists will continue to see clients out of the Alpena office location located at 150 S Ripley Blvd or via tele-health. Below is the contact information for each therapist's individual private practice.
Peaceful Mind Therapeutics, PLLC
Alisha Allen, LLPC
have been working with children, adolescents, and families in various capacities for approximately 12 years in the Northeast Michigan area. Most recently in the field of child welfare. In 2019, I graduated with my Masters of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Spring Arbor University.
I have an interest in helping children, teens, and adults work through difficulties including depression, other mood disorders, anxiety, and trauma-related disorders. Utilizing a holistic approach to treatment, I provide individual and family therapy both in-person and through tele-health.
Aurora Counseling Services PLLC
Lori Fields, LLPC
Hi! I'm Lori Fields, MA LLPC. As a Limited Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Michigan, I enjoy working in person and via telehealth with older adolescents through adulthood - individually, as couples, in families, and in group settings. I hold a Master of Arts in Professional Counseling from Liberty University and have also completed a full course of study at the graduate level in Marriage and Family Therapy.
I have experience helping those dealing with anxiety, depression, anger, trauma, grief, and life transitions among other issues. Utilizing modalities such as cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness based practices, and solution-focused therapy, my passion is helping people achieve the quality of life and relationships they desire. As a certified Prepare/Enrich Facilitator, I work with couples facing many issues and in all stages of relationships.
Brianna Bodary Therapy, PLLC
Brianna Bodary, LLMSW
Brianna has a passion for advocating for the mental health and welfare of children across the globe, as well in her current home base. Growing up overseas, and studying in the U.S. has given Brianna a global perspective on the diversity of mental health needs all around her. Brianna returned to the U.S. to study International Relations and Child Development to pursue her goal of serving others. After graduation she worked in disadvantaged and impoverished areas of Asia. Brianna then completed her Masters of Social Work degree in Michigan, while she worked with children of abuse, neglect and trauma as an outpatient therapist.
Brianna currently works as a clinical social worker and therapist for young children and adults to address life stressors and life transitions. Brianna uses her faith-based approach to reach those in need, and empower through using the hope, peace, and grace of God. She assists children and their families in working through traumatic experiences, behavioral difficulties, and challenges regulating emotions.
Brianna also works with adults facing a variety of issues including grief, loss, depression, anxiety, and relationship issues, by using different treatment modalities within individual psychotherapy.
Northern Sky Therapeutic Services PLLC
Renee Diener, LMSW
Renee has 30 years of experience as a clinical social worker with children, families, and adults within child welfare, community mental health, and the school settings. Most recently, Renee has provided behavioral health therapy to elderly clients who are struggling with depression and anxiety, grief and loss, dementia, and those facing terminal illnesses. Additionally, Renee has a special interest in providing behavioral health treatment to clients who may have physical or cognitive impairments.
Renee holds a Master of Social Work Degree from University of Michigan and is a Licensed Master Social Worker by the State of Michigan. She also provides supervision for those who are pursuing their license in Clinical Social Work in the state of Michigan.
Achatz Counseling Services PLLC
Greg Achatz, MS LLPC
After working as a mechanic for many years, I felt God leading me towards vocational ministry to help those hurting in our community. In 2014, I completed my Bachelor's of Science Degree in Pastoral Ministries with a minor in Christian Counseling. While working for a local church in youth ministry for a few years, my focus became directed to not only the spiritual needs of the community, but also the mental health needs. I completed a graduate degree in Professional Counseling in November of 2021 from Grand Canyon University. I am Limited Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Michigan.
Currently, I enjoy working as a professional counselor with men facing a variety of issues including those experiencing difficulties in their relationships with others, depression, and anxiety. I have a passion to see marriages thrive and provide couples therapy as well.