Depression: It's Not Forever
Free Seminar | Nov 19th 6pm-8pm
Thrivology is a private counseling group dedicated to helping you move past your daily struggles and understand what it means to thrive. Our mission is simple. We promote healing in a comprehensive way through respectful treatment in a warm and nurturing environment.
Individual counseling allows for focused time and attention on the issues you want addressed.
Couples counseling primarily addresses the relationship. Individual issues may arise during the course of treatment.
Treating the whole family addresses dysfunctional dynamics and patterns, especially communication.
Christian counseling based on biblical principles regarding issues you want addressed.
The word thrive is a verb and is defined as “to prosper or flourish”. We want to help you flourish in your life. It's difficult to do that when life is filled with pain or hurt or fear. We provide competent, compassionate care. Our experience will help you through the valleys of life so that you can thrive, not just survive!
Meet our Team
Jeffrey Scogin, MA, LCPC
Jeffrey has a Master of Arts degree in Counseling from Western Seminary. He is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor with 26 years of experience. He enjoys working with those who have experienced abuse or trauma and their effects. Jeffrey is trained in EMDR Level 2, the preferred modality to work with trauma. He also works with people experiencing depression, anxiety, sexual disorders/dysfunctions, sexual addictions, and enjoys helping couples in distress or those wanting to enrich their marriage. He is available to present workshops and seminars on mental health topics, and enjoys public speaking. Jeffrey and his wife have been married since 1991. They live in Whitefish and have 4 children.
Todd Call, MS, LMFT LCPC
Todd has a Master of Science degree in Marriage & Family Therapy from Harding University and has been a therapist for over 22 years. He has extensive experience with teenagers and families treating relational problems, addictions and behavioral problems. He has worked with couples, neglected and abused children, eating disorders, and ADD in a variety of settings including schools, residential treatment programs, hospitals, outpatient community services and private practice. Todd has also taught undergraduate and graduate level courses in Counseling and Marriage & Family Therapy at two universities. He is a member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, the American Association for Christian Counseling, and he is trained in EMDR Level 2. Todd lives in Eureka with his wife and seven children.
Frances Gryl, MS, Ed.S., LCPC
Franny has a Master of Science degree in Family and Child Development from Virginia Tech and an Education Specialist degree from the University of Montana. She is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor. Franny has worked with individuals, families, and groups in a variety of settings, including private practice, community mental health, outpatient therapy, and therapeutic boarding schools for teens. Earlier in her career, she was a pioneer in the field of wilderness therapy, combining outdoor adventures with therapeutic goals and outcomes. Franny’s warm and nurturing style make for an easy connection with those who are seeking support for life's challenges. She is gifted at working with women and children and her clients have ranged from age 3 to 93. Franny now resides in Eureka, MT.
Roy McDaniel, MA, PCLC
Roy has a Master of Arts degree in Professional Counseling from Liberty University and is a Licensed Professional Counselor. He works with teenagers, adults and enjoys counseling married couples. Many of his clients have suffered from traumatic events or deal with varying levels of anxiety. Roy has been working with youth for more than 15 years in many different capacities, including coaching and mentoring, and is trained in EMDR Level 2. He is also a school counselor at a K-8 school and has a second Masters in Education degree in School Counseling. He loves the outdoors and playing several different sports as well as coaching. Roy is married and lives in Whitefish with his three children.
Whitney Danz, MSW, LCSW
Whitney has a Master’s degree in Social Work and has spent much of her career working with children and families of all ages. Trained in cognitive behavioral therapy, attachment, and multiple trauma modalities, her specialties focus on child development and trauma. Whitney was born and raised in the CSKT community, is a member of the Salish tribe, and lives with her husband and their two-year-old black lab.
Dave Spear, MA, PCLC
Dave has a Master of Arts degree in Professional Counseling from Liberty University. He works with couples, individuals and teenagers. Dave enjoys walking with his clients through the healing process and helping them find the ability to live well. Dave is also a Pastor and has been for 22 years. He lives on a small farm near Kalispell with his wife and four sons.
Philip Lodien, MA, LCPC, NCC
Philip has a Master of Arts degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Liberty University, and is certified through NBCC as a National Certified Counselor. Trained in individual, couple, and family therapy, he enjoys the different challenges that each provides. He has experience in both residential and outpatient settings and has worked with clients of diverse ages and backgrounds. Philip is also trained in EMDR Level 2. Before becoming a counselor, Philip taught middle school for six years. Philip lives in Kalispell with his wife.
Kristen Arnold, M.Ed., LCPC
Kristi has a Masters of Education in School Counseling from West Chester University. She worked as a school counselor at the Elementary and High School levels before becoming a Professional Counselor. She has extensive experience with families and youth, and enjoys working with adults and couples. Many of her clients have dealt with anxiety, depression and trauma. Kristi has been married since 1997 and lives in Kalispell with their two college age children. .
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