Dr. Dawn Cureton, PsyD, Clinical Director
Dr. Dawn Cureton is a Licensed Psychologist. She currently works as an independent contractor providing psychological testing and teaches adjunct psychology classes at the College of Eastern Idaho. She received her bachelor’s in Psychology from Purdue University and her masters and doctorate degrees in Clinical Psychology from Argosy University. Dawn has worked at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center at the Behavioral Health Center in Idaho Falls conducting psychological testing for two years. She has also worked as a counseling psychologist for over 10 years at several universities in California and Utah prior to moving to Idaho with her family. She has given several presentations in the community exploring how to recognize and manage anxiety and depression in adolescents and values the opportunities she has had working with Hope Squad, the Bonneville Youth Development Council, and Madison Cares.
Lisa Wilmore, LCPC
Through her practice, Lisa strives to provide a safe space where you can connect with your most authentic self. This work is best done with a non-judgmental, genuine, therapeutic relationship. She enjoys working with people from all diverse backgrounds. Lisa’ practice specializes in working with teens, distressed couples, and people struggling with addiction. She received her Bachelors degrees in Anthropology and Environmental Science in 2012. Lisa worked in Michigan’s low-income schools for 4 years after graduating. In 2016 she received her Masters degree in the Marriage and Family Therapy program from Western Michigan University. Her approach to counseling comes from an attachment perspective wherein we learn how to adapt to life’s hardships through our most important relationships. In 2016 she also received a specialized degree in Alcohol and Drug Addiction counseling. Lisa is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in the state of Idaho and has training in advanced play therapy, trauma-informed care, and is a certified Level 1 Gottman Method couples therapist. Lisa is endlessly curious to learn people’s stories and feels deeply privileged to be invited into these stories every day. She values the opportunity to walk with you in your journey, no matter where you are at.
Dr. Aaron Harris, PhD
Dr. Harris is a Licensed Clinical & Consulting Psychologist, who currently provides consultation, assessment, and therapy services through both the Healthy Care Solutions clinic and his private practice. He received his Bachelors in Psychology from Brigham Young University and his Masters and Doctoral degrees in Clinical Psychology from the University of Maryland-College Park. Licensed since 2007, he has worked in diverse clinical settings, including outpatient clinic and inpatient medical center practices, as well as medical facilities with the US Air Force and the Veterans Health Administration. Most recently, he moved to the Idaho Falls area in March 2015 and served as Executive Director of the Behavioral Health Center (BHC) until his move back to outpatient care this past year. Through these diverse experiences, Dr. Harris has developed expertise in several areas of assessment and psychotherapy, including health psychology (pain, sleep, stress, and chronic illness), trauma & Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), sport & performance psychology, depression & anxiety, and relationship & marital distress. He is also involved in numerous community and outreach activities, including membership on the Idaho Psychological Association (IPA) Executive Committee, the Center for Hope Board of Directors, and the NAMI-Upper Valley Board of Directors.
Stefanie Westover, LMSW
Stefanie is a Licensed Master of Social Work. She received her undergraduate degree in Marriage, Family, and Human Development from Brigham Young University. While studying Speech-Language Pathology at Purdue University, she met her husband who was also in graduate school. After moving to Idaho, they became foster parents. It was challenging to meet the unique needs of their foster children, so Stefanie stated traveling around the country attending trainings to learn as much as possible about childhood trauma. She became a trainer for the Family Resource and Training Center and a foster parent mentor. Filled with a new passion for helping children heal, Stefanie returned to school again, this time in the Master of Social Work program at Northwest Nazarene University. Stefanie’s training is focused on the varied issues children and their families experience, including struggles with parenting, early childhood trauma, prenatal exposure to alcohol and drugs, adoption, depression, anxiety, abuse, and the impact of domestic violence and addiction on children and their families. She utilizes Theraplay, expressive arts, sandtray therapy, bibliotherapy, and child centered play therapy.
Eric Schaat, LCSW
I have been working and practicing within the mental health professions for over 16 years; and as a licensed clinician since 2007. I have experience and continuing education in mental health including depression and anxiety, substance use disorders, and trauma recovery, including post traumatic and acute traumatic stress. I have worked with individuals, families, couples, and with adults, adolescents, children, veterans, and the criminal justice system and Veterans Administration. I am certified in Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT) and trained in CBT, DBT, and multiple trauma recovery therapies. I received my education from Weber State University and Walla Walla University.