Emily Inman, PsyD, ABN
Jeff Citro, M.A., LPC
Bailey Westerfield, M.A., LPCC
Sarah Stover, M.A.,M.Ed., LPC
Jose “Joey” Tapia-Fuselier, PhD, CRC, LPC, NCC
Joel Bersheid, M.A., LPC
Jess Pearson-Allen, M.Ed., BCBA
Jess Pearson-Allen is a licensed behavior analyst and doctoral candidate supervised by Dr. Emily Inman. She has over 15 years of experience working with individuals on the autism spectrum and/or ADHD as well as other developmental disorders. Jess is ABD in her Ph.D. Program in School Psychology with an emphasis in neuropsychology at Texas Woman’s University. Jess earned her master’s degree in Special Education at The University of North Texas (UNT), where she also earned two graduate academic certifications in Applied Behavior Analysis and Autism Interventions.
At the Center for Cognitive Health, Jess provides neuropsychological assessment services to children and adults. She is passionate about providing compassionate, high quality mental health and psychological services to individuals and families. She works to ensure clients feel comfortable throughout their assessment and that they leave feeling good about their overall experience. Jess utilizes a biopsychosocial approach to assessment, working diligently to consider all facets of an individual’s background, identity, and lived experiences.
Ann Hagerty, M.F.A., M.A., LPCC
Carolye Asfahl, MA, LPCC,NCC
Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate Carolye Asfahl holds a Master's degree in Clinical Mental Health from the University of Colorado Colorado Springs. She is currently working on her post-master's clinical supervised training to become a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Colorado. Her clinical supervisor is Dr. Jose Tapia-Fuselier, Doctor of Philosophy and Licensed Professional Counselor. Carolye has experience with individuals, couples, children, and athletes. She attunes her counseling approach to her clients’ unique needs, utilizing strengths-based, somatic experiencing, parts work, Nature-Based Therapy, Emotionally Focused Therapy, and mindfulness practices. She has completed additional Emotionally Focused Therapy and Nature-Based Therapy training and working on credentials in play therapy.
A life-long athlete, she’s happiest in motion outdoors camping, mountain biking, Nordic skiing, and being with her family. In quieter moments, she enjoys reading, cooking, and jigsaw puzzles.
She is now accepting Medicaid, Aetna, and self-pay
Mary oversees the administrative and billing side of our practice. She will gladly answer any of your billing questions. Mary is always eager to share her knowledge of navigating insurance to make your access to mental health care just a little bit easier for you. She believes in educated communication to help clients feel less in the dark about their behavioral health insurance policies. Her superpower is ‘always seeking and sharing the 'WHY’!
When Mary isn't wearing multiple practice hats, she enjoys spending time with her family and caring for her tropical plant collection.