Sara Lindsoe graduated from University of Michigan-Flint with her Doctor of Nursing Practice and is a Board Certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. Dr. Lindsoe is a member of the Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau since 2017; she is also a member of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association, the American Association of Nurse Practitioners, and the American Nurses Association.
Dr. Lindsoe has been a registered nurse since 2008 and has worked with adult inpatients, in the medical-surgical and internal medical unit of a local hospital, prior to her start as a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner at Full Spectrum Health.
Sara is very passionate about the reduction of stigma that can be associated with persons that have mental health needs, both societal and self-stigma. Sara believes that providing compassionate care to all who experience mental illness requires a safe, caring, and open environment.
She is also is the process of obtaining her Health Coaching certification as she believes that there is a strong connection between how we feel both in mind and in body. She is excited on working with those with chronic illness as a partnership in motivation in order to develop a long, lasting healthier outlook on life.
Sara is a lifelong Alaskan that enjoys biking, hiking, and running the trails around Anchorage with her husband, her children, and her dogs.
Kate views psychotherapy as a journey of courage and creativity. She works with people, not symptoms. She empowers her clients to clarify goals, find meaning, and live life more fully. Kate comes from a humanistic orientation, with sensitivity to the culture and diversity of each individual. Psychotherapy is a unique healing relationship. Through this relationship, Kate joins with her clients, in collaboration, offering non-judgmental guidance to explore choices in how to live- resulting in effective shifts in thinking, experiencing, expressing, and relating to others. This process of change is creative, including verbal, nonverbal, written, and artistic forms of expression.
Kate has completed levels one and two of training in EMDR, as well as trauma informed cognitive behavioral therapy. Additionally, Kate has education and experience in the areas of grief, mindfulness, trauma integration, and Marshal Rosenberg's Nonviolent Communication.
Kelvin is a Licensed Professional Counselor and he is an AASECT Certified Sex Therapist.
Kelvin has been a resident of Alaska since 1993. He obtained his Bachelor’s of Arts in psychology from the University of Alaska Anchorage and earned a Master’s of Science in Clinical Psychology from the University of Alaska Anchorage in 2009.
For the past 7 years he has worked with children, families, and young adults from various backgrounds and life situations. He is trained in dealing with a wide range of complex issues such as; trauma, depression, anxiety, and developing healthy relationships. Prior to his therapy career, he served 8 years as a medic and paratrooper in the United States Army. Kelvin understands the complexities and the issues that are unique to our armed service members and their families.
Human sexuality has always been one of his passions. His relaxed demeanor helps clients feel safe and comfortable enough to explore aspects of their sexuality without feeling judged or embarrassed, as this can be a difficult subject to discuss at times. No matter your religion, sexual identify, sexual expression, or sexual orientation, he strives to provide a sex positive space to restore intimacy and pleasure into your sexual life.
As a therapist, he believes that lasting change comes from the inside. Kelvin views therapy to be a collaborative approach to help individuals, couples, and families navigate difficult situations and to discover their inner strength and potential.
Samuel (a lifelong social worker) and his two young children
moved to Alaska in 2012 to escape an abusive relationship, after which he started to transition and began to lead weekly social support & networking groups for the transgender/gender nonconforming community in Anchorage. He and his wife married in 2016 and together care for four children. He loves all people, regardless of who they are, believing that every human being has worth simply because they exist.
Samuel offers therapy at Full Spectrum Health and accepts cash pay only. He will be able to bill certain insurances once licensed.