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Jama Mauldin, SWLC

I am excited to come alongside and support individuals, couples and families on their journey to build their best selves. I have been fueled by a lifelong passion for creating and delivering resources to individuals and families in need, specifically in the areas of understanding the dynamics of healthy relationships, childhood development, resiliency, and trauma. I strive to create an atmosphere of safety and empathy, which facilitates healthy self-perception, dialogue, and healing from traumatic experiences.

When working alongside individuals, parents and children, I embrace a holistic, multi-disciplinary approach to evaluating and repairing strong individual and family foundations. I also have years of experience working with those on the Autism Spectrum to help build tools, schedules, and family support for clients and families.



Tabitha May, LCSW

Tabitha was born and raised in the Flathead Valley and is excited to be giving back to this community that she has always called home. Tabitha brings her history of working with children and adolescents, in different capacities, to her therapeutic approach.

She finds that relationship and meeting clients where they are at can be the most important tools of therapy. Tabitha has always had a heart for working with youth, providing support, education, and advocacy for those who don’t always get to have a voice of their own.

Tabitha utilizes a strengths perspective and practices cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, solution focused brief therapy, and motivational interviewing in her therapy approaches. She has been a therapist for 3 years, working primarily with youth and families.

Tabitha has experience with trauma, behavioral issues, family conflict, depression, anxiety, ADHD, attachment, and some experience with autism and frontal lobe/executive functioning

Danyal Wendt

Danyal Wendt, SWLC

Danyal grew up in the Flathead Valley, starting her education at Flathead Valley Community College and, most recently, finishing her Master of Social Work from Carroll College. She has spent the last three years working as a social worker at Logan Health, where she has had the privilege to witness the diverse journeys of her patients and their loved ones. 

Using evidence-based approaches and a comfortable, personable environment, Danyal sees adults seeking support and assistance with grief, life transitions, disordered eating, self image, and other concerns. 

Danyal is passionate about her work with individuals’ navigating life and loss. Her practice embraces inclusion, allyship, and social justice. 


(406) 209-8805

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