Daniel van Ingen, Psy.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice. He has worked with a variety of problems including depression, anxiety, addiction, trauma, substance abuse, and relationship problems for all age spans. He has been featured on ABC-7 for his expertise on anxiety treatment. Dr. Dan is a national speaker having traveled across the country to 100+ cities speaking on the youth anxiety epidemic; his latest series of talks are titled Rewire the Anxious Brain: Neuroscience-Informed Treatment of Anxiety, Panic, and Worry.
Dr. van Ingen has worked with youth in sports psychology, performance anxiety, and blocking. He has worked for many years as a youth sports coach in basketball, baseball, and soccer helping youth with goal setting, intrinsic motivation, and having fun for the love and joy of the game. His enthusiasm for life is contagious!
Professionally, his research areas are in anxiety, disabilities, and parenting. He is author of Anxiety Disorders Made Simple: Treatment Approaches to Overcome Fear and Build Resiliency. His new book You Are Your Child's Best Psychologist: 7 Keys to Parenting Excellence has been endorsed by university professors, a national championship basketball coach & national Coach of the Year, 2-time Sarasota Pediatrician of the year, prominent Christian pastors, and a wide assortment of parents. People from all walks of life have found key transformational nuggets in this resource.
Call Dr. Dan at 612-501-5358 to inquire about his private practice.
Patricia (Patti) Price, Psy.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice, in Rochester, MN. She specializes in the treatment of eating disorders, anxiety, and depression in children, teens, and young adults. Dr. Price has a particular interest in implementing family-based therapies, which encourage all family members to participate. She believes strongly in the biopsychosocial model of illness. This model systematically considers biological, psychological, and social factors and their complex interactions in understanding illness.
Dr. Price has experience working in inpatient, outpatient, and partial-hospitalization settings. She completed her pre-doctoral internship with the Minnesota Department of Corrections, working with female inmates from all walks of life. She is the author of a children’s picture book, “No More Screen Time.” Dr. Price has long been concerned about the over-use of screens, particularly amongst youth, and has become a huge proponent of providing “old-fashioned” experiences to children.
When not at her office, Patti is the “CEO” at home, serving as a wife, mother of 3, and eclectic member of her community. All of her children are very active in soccer, orchestra, piano, and theater. You can very often find the Price family at either the soccer fields (whether indoor or out), or in front of a stage (or on stage). The Price family is also very strong and active in their faith community.
Dr. Doan is a recognized expert in digital media addictions. With a doctoral degree in neuroscience, his background in molecular neuroscience adds in depth knowledge into the areas of Internet Addiction, Video Game Addiction, and Technology Addiction. Dr. Doan is author of Hooked on Games.
Dr. Doan practices comprehensive ophthalmology and eye pathology and is board certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology. Dr. Doan treats a broad range of eye disorders including eye cancers and tumors.
Dr. Andrew Doan is a "doctor, doctor", i.e. M.D. and Ph.D., meaning that he was one of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) medical scientist doctors. Every year the NIH provides funding for the training of medical scientists, M.D./Ph.D.'s. These medical scientists comprise of about 200 students every year out of 16,000 medical students. They get paid to go through this eight year program to teach and do research. The goal is to create medical scientists and educators to teach and do research in medical schools and public settings. These medical scientists pick a clinical discipline as well as a basic science discipline. Dr. Doan chose ophthalmology as a clinical discipline which compliments well with his interest in neuroscience. He received his M.D. and Ph.D. degrees in neuroscience from Johns Hopkins, the premier neuroscience training program in the world. He has had over 10 years of experience doing research on learning, memory, and brain development.
After completing undergraduate degrees at Spokane Falls Community College and Eastern Washington University as a first generation college graduate, Dr. Jameson Lontz earned a Master’s degree in psychology from Gonzaga University and a Ph.D. in psychology from Michigan State University. Dr. Lontz is a culturally competent generalist with work experience in university and community college teaching, assessment (testing) in forensics and neuropsychology, therapy (counseling) as a generalist as well as in rehabilitation psychology, pain management, and healthy living, and related research. Dr. Lontz identifies strategies people can use to better their lives by combining objective forensic and neuropsychological assessments with his other clinical specialties to help myriad individuals with a variety of medical and psychological needs. Dr. Lontz is deeply passionate about his work as Executive Director of Blue Mountain Psychology, as it allows him to avoid any outside pressures to stray from his mission: Serving those who are in need with the same quality of care regardless of their financial or social situations.
Dr. Lontz has a successful track record of helping people gain psychological wellness and hope for their future. He embraces the challenges of working at the top of his degree while helping hundreds of patients per year. Dr. Lontz was raised locally. In his limited free time, he enjoys greater Spokane’s beautiful outdoors with friends and family.