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Stephen J. Burrows

I truly enjoy working with couples through Emotionally Focused Therapy. I have found that EFT allows couples to gain insight into themselves, and their partner, in ways that allow for connection and understanding that they may never have experienced before. This is exciting and offers a unique ability to heal and grow a relationship to depths beyond problem solving current issues. EFT can not only work through issues that precipitate a couple to seek counseling, but more importantly, to build a relationship connection that endures throughout a lifetime.

Yellowstone Valley Behavioral Health, PC, 490 North 31st Street, Suite110, Billings, MT 59101-1256.

Ph: 406.969-2273

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Cory Heggem, LCSW, additional training

Cory is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 17 years of experience working with adults, adolescents, children and families.  He received his undergraduate degree from Rocky Mountain College and his graduate degree from the University of Nebraska at Omaha.  He has training in CBT, EMDR and couples’ therapy.  Cory serves on the board of Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy Montana and also supervises students from the Walla Walla School of Social Work.

(406) 896-1000


Kameron nelson, PhD, LCPC, additional training

Kameron received her MS in Psychology in 2008 from MSU-Billings and her PsyD in 2015 from the University of the Rockies.  She has worked with the women in the MWP to overcome grief and loss, trauma, addictions, depression, anxiety,  and to improve emotional regulation and life skills in individual and group settings. She provides counseling to adults, children, teens, families, and couples. Her theoretical approach is person-centered, with a reliance on emotionally focused and cognitive-behavioral methods.

Keystone Counseling Center 1018 N 30th Street Billings MT 59101.

Ph: 406.252.4194


Michelle Pittack, LCPC, additional training


Associates in Counseling, 1643 Lewis Ave # 4, Billings, MT 59102

Ph: 406.255.0209