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CrossWay Counseling Center Inc
Therapy for Youth, Adults & Families
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Meet the Therapists

CrossWay Counseling Center Team

 

 

 

 

 
Cherish Roberts LCPC, LMFT

Cherish is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor since 2009 and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist since 2011.  She received her Masters in Clinical Psychology from MSU-Billings in 2002.  She worked for Tumbleweed Program in Billings for 13 years, fulfilling a variety of positions.  She began with the after hours on-call program providing counseling services to families in crisis.  Cherish went on to supervise the program for her last 10 years at Tubmleweed.  While at Tumbleweed she also provided counseling to students at Crossroads alternative high school as their crisis counselor.  Upon the school's closing, Cherish transferred to Skyview high school to help pilot their at-risk youth program and provide counseling services to students, which she did until 2011.  In 2012 Cherish became the Clinical Supervisor for Tumbelweed's Runaway and Homeless Youth Program.  Cherish opened CrossWay Counseling Center in the Billings Heights in 2009.  



Haley Brensdal, LCPC

Haley is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor since 2012 and a National Board Certified Counselor since 2005. She received her Master’s in Counseling Psychology from Pacific University in 2005. She has worked for the past 10 years in private practice agencies in Idaho, fulfilling many roles. In Boise, she worked as a community support worker for both adults and children. Later, Haley became a therapist and supervisor for an agency in the Boise area. After moving to Lewiston, Idaho she helped establish and direct a satellite agency that served children, families, and individual from 2009 to 2014. Haley and her family moved to the Billings area in December 2014. Originally from Montana, Haley is glad to be back in Big Sky Country

 

Michael Heck, LCPC

Michael has worked in the mental health field for over 16 years.  He holds a Masters degree in Clinical Psychology from Azusa Pacific University and a Masters degree in Theology from Fuller Theological Sminary. Michael has worked in a variety of in patient positions working with youth including Hillsides Home for Children in Los Angeles California.  He has had additional professional positions as a school therapist, private practice intern and in pastoral counseling.  Michael has been a licensed clinical professional counselor since November 2016.

 

Amie Havner LCPC

Amie is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor since November 2017. She received her Master's degree from MSU-Billings. Amie worked for Yellowstone Boys & Girls Ranch for 4 years in various positions including Lead Counselor in their residential program, a Relief Therapist and an Assistant Manager for King, one of their therapeutic group homes. She also worked as Area Manager of Billings Youth Dynamics for over 8 years. Amie most recently worked as Project Co-ordinator for the Yellowstone Youth Crisis Network, a grant funded project whose goal is to help youth and families experiencing mental health crisis to gain access to community resources. Amie has been with CrossWay Counseling Center since summer 2016.

 

Jennifer Hill LCPC, LMFT, LAC

Jennifer has her Masters Degree in Counseling from MSU-Billings. Jennifer has experience in a variety of therapeutic setting including adult inpatient addiction treatment at Rimrock Foundation for 8 years; youth residential programs (New Day and YBGR), working with youth andfamilies in crisis at Tumbleweed Program in Billings; outpatient services for mental health and co-occurring issues in Montana and Wyoming. Jennifer has been a Licensed Clinical Professional counselor since 2010, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist since July 2011 and a Licensed Addictions Counselor since 2006. Jennifer joined CrossWay Counseling Center in September 2017.

 

Sarah Fine LCPC Candidate

Sarah is an LCPC Candidate since summer 2017, currently working toward her LCPC credentials. She received her Master's in Counseling from Dallas Theological Seminary in May 2017. While in Dallas, she was a counseling intern at the homeless shelter Dallas Life. In August 2016 Sarah got married and moved from Texas to Montana. Sarah has been with CrossWay Counseling Center since summer 2017.