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Our Team

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Heather Orr LCSW, LAC

         Heather was born in Columbus, Ohio. She moved to Arizona where she attended high school and college. She met and married her first husband Daniel in Phoenix in 2001. For over 20 years Heather was a military spouse with four children, Heather has lived in various locations around the world. Heather's first husband developed brain cancer and passed away. This personal experience led Heather to become a grief and loss counselor. Heather has remarried and now has a blended family with eight children. She graduated with a Master’s degree in Social Work with specializations in Children, Youth and Families and Military Social Work from the University of Southern California. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Licensed Addiction Counselor in Colorado, and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Utah that specializes in trauma. Heather also completed a master’s degree in Public Management at Johns Hopkins University which focuses on public policy as well as public administration.

            Heather specializes in trauma and PTSD utilizing IFS, CBT, Somatic work, EMDR and Brainspotting techniques. Heather has worked with many individuals that have suffered traumatic events, relational trauma, abuse, neglect, and religious trauma. Heather has helped sexual assault survivors for the last 10 years and has worked within the military as a victim’s advocate. Heather has continued to seek ways to support victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, trauma, and addiction in both military and civilian communities.

         Healing is possible with the right support and guidance.  Developing a supportive honest and open therapeutic relationship is integral to the therapy process. It can be difficult to share and open up about traumatic experiences and finding the right therapist for your needs is the first step.

            

  • Complex Trauma/PTSD - focused on addressing Depression, Anxiety, Phobias, Specific Traumas, Religious Trauma, Military Trauma, Sexual Assault, Child Abuse. 

  • Heather is a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional

  • Relationship Difficulties - Parent-Child relationships, Marital Issues, Relational Trauma, Domestic Violence

  • Grief, Loss, or Bereavement - Life Transitions, Medical Trauma, Death, Secondary Trauma

  • Heather is a Certified Advanced Grief Counseling Specialist

  • Body Image Issues - Difficulties with Self-EsteemEating Issue, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Stress, Emotional Regulation

  • Heather is a Certified Shame-Informed Treatment Specialist

  • Addiction - Substance Use, Eating Disorders, Gambling, Sexual Addictions, Self-Harm, Other Unhealthy Behaviors

  • Heather is a Licensed Addiction Counselor 

  • Child and Adolescents - ADHD, ADD, Issues in School, Depression, Anxiety, Relationships Issues, Grief and Loss, Crisis Management, Suicidal Ideation  

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Paul Stubbs LCSW

      Paul grew up in Minnesota and San Jose, California.
He is a veteran of the Army, Navy and Marine Corps infantry, serving for 26 years. Paul first sought a therapist when he found himself having his own struggles in the aftermath of multiple combat deployments, and struggling with opiates that came with the many orthopedic surgeries from years of damage and overuse. Then he started getting calls from men he had served with that were also struggling.
He didn't know what to say or how to help so he set off on a mission to learn; to help them find peace and bring as much of them home as possible. After he retired from the Marine Corps, Paul graduated in 2020 with a Masters in Social Work from Newman University and began working with clients battling addiction and trauma.
      Paul approaches clients as individuals, not as a collection of symptoms or demographics. With undivided attention, humility and empathy he works to help his clients leave behind what no longer serves them and supports them to continue to grow and adapt toward the better self that awaits them. Paul is a grounded and practical thinker that makes the ideas in therapy relatable and applicable for each individual he works with.

  • Addiction/Alcohol Use

  • Behavioral Issues

  • Chronic Relapse

  • Coping Skills

  • Drug Abuse

  • Life Transitions

  • Men's Issues

  • Traumatic Brain Injury

  • Depression

  • Anxiety and Phobias

  • Trauma

  • Medical Trauma

  • Obsessive Compulsive Personality Disorder (OCPD)

  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

  • Military

  • Professional/Career Issues

  • Stress Management

  • Grief, Loss, or Bereavement

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Janet Hise Finan, BSW, MSW Graduate Student


Janet Hise Finan is a Colorado native but has lived in many places as a former military child. Janet has worked in the social work field for over 15 years, helping individuals and families from birth through death, from working early education, such as Head Start, as well as hospice and palliative care. Her main focus during her career has been adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, in this system Mrs. Hise Finan has held positions from direct care through the director and administrative level. Janet has always had a heart for caring for others whether that be families and other support systems for children with intellectual and developmental disabilities, supporting mothers postpartum, or helping those who need help to navigate state and national programs such as
Medicaid or waivers. 

Janet accepts virtual or in-person sessions with Medicaid or Cigna, and is supervised by Heather Orr, LCSW.

Janet utilizes a dynamic mixture of modalities and draws from Family
Systems Theory, Person-Center Theory, and believes in psychoeducation, the idea is to help those in her care understand the reason for their reactions, emotions, and triggers. Trauma happens to everyone, but suffering does not need to. Janet is very excited to apply her own experiences as well as the skills of her career to support families with dynamic variables in their lives while learning at Springs Trauma Center.

 

*Grief, Loss, or Bereavement

*Intellectual and Developmental Disorders (no assessments)
*LGBTQIA2S+ ​
*Child and Adolescents 
*Family Dynamics
*Childhood Trauma
*Depression and Mood Disorders
*Anxiety
*Complex Trauma/PTSD, Sexual Assault, Physical Abuse
*Stress Management

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