Daniel Traughber, Ph.D
I earned a Master’s Degree in Experimental Psychology with an emphasis in neuroscience, and then went on to earn a Doctoral Degree in Clinical Psychology. I utilize my neuroscience training in providing evidence-based assessment and treatment for children and adults.
TR Shuman, LCSW
I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. I have worked as a clinician for the last twelve years in the Pocatello area with both children and adults. I love to support my clients and stand by their sides as we work together to pinpoint the causes of the issues in their lives. In unison, you and I will work to remove negative behavioral and thought patterns that give rise to problems in your life, helping you to become a happier, more fulfilled person. I use the Motivational Interview, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, EMDR, Interpersonal Psychotherapy, Solution Focused Strategies, Neuro Linguistic Programming, and Family Systems approaches to meet the needs of my clients. My focus includes, but is not limited to, depression, anxiety, phobias, grief, trauma, Bipolar, Schizophrenia, and relationship issues.
Joseph Lenihan LMSW
My name is Joseph Lenihan and I am a Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) who has been working in the community for the past three years providing individual, couples, group and family therapy. My background has also involved time working in the school system in Wyoming where I first started my work with children and adolescents. I enjoy using humanist, behavioral, mindfulness, narrative, strengths based, and cognitive behavioral techniques in my therapy. I strongly believe in working closely alongside my clients to give treatment that matches their current needs and problems in a way that helps them change without feeling overwhelmed. Most of my experience has involved working with individuals with depression, anxiety, trauma, substance abuse, autism, and providing curriculum for parenting, anger management, and substance abuse treatment modalities. I grew up in Idaho and am grateful to be able to be a positive support for the people who live here.
My name is Chay Colborn and I have a Master’s Degree in Psychology with 17 years of experience working primarily with individuals on the autism spectrum. I joined the Sanctuary team in October of 2015 where I assist in providing children and adults with neuropsychological assessments for autism, ADHD, learning disabilities, intellectual disabilities, anxiety, and depression.