Curtis A Levang, Ph.D.
Licensed Psychologist/Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Dr. Levang graduated from the Fielding Institute with a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology. A practicing therapist for nearly 30 years, his clinical experience includes private practice, Rule 29 mental health, penal/corrections system, business, and academia. He has worked as an examiner for both state and federal agencies. He is known for his gentle manner and ability to quickly and effectively discover the source of emotional pain and discomfort and move towards healing. Dr. Levang is certified as a Pesso Boyden System Psychotherapy therapist which enables him to aid those clients whose experiences with traditional talk therapy leave them wanting more lasting change.
His first book, Looking Good Outside, Feeling Bad Inside, uses the biblical story of Adam and Eve to understand the universal nature of shame and how one recovers from its negative affects.
He is also the co-author of Thirty Days to a Better Lover
Elizabeth Levang, Ph.D.
Grief Therapist/Business Consultant
Dr. Levang, a graduate of the Fielding Institute, is a best-selling author, international speaker, and an expert on bereavement. She regularly consults with national bereavement organizations and has been involved in planning state, national, and international conferences. As a grief therapist, she works with individuals and families who experience the death of a loved one, trains support groups, and provides post-intervention services for schools and corporations. She also specializes in relationship difficulties. Her business services include program assessments, career assessments and development, corporate team building, and board development for non-profit organizations.
Her books include: Remembering With Love: Messages of Hope for the First Year of Grieving (co-author); When Men Grieve: Why Men Grieve Differently and How You Can Help (author); The Remembering with Love Journal (author); Thirty Days to a Better Lover (co-author); and Compassionate Caring (co-author).
Rita Osnes Anderson, M.A.
Rita Osnes Anderson, Master of Arts (MA) in Marriage and Family Therapy, provides Christian-focused psychotherapy services for individuals, families and couples. Her work is focused on life transitions and changes with a concentration on trauma. She also provides military reintegration services as well as recovery from chronic illnesses and pain, and accidents. Her compassion, sense of humor, and easy going manner, easily puts clients at ease in their journey. Rita is also a speaker and trainer who inspires others to create new beginnings from the stories of their life. She also works with pastors and church leadership to better serve the emotional and psychological needs of their church membership.