Alex Benton, MS, is a Predoctoral Psychology intern with a bachelor’s degree in Communications from Portland State University. She completed her master’s degree in applied psychological science, and is currently working towards her doctorate in clinical psychology at Pacific University. She has experience working with individuals across the lifespan from ages two to 75. Alex also has experience working in a variety of outpatient settings such as community mental health, schools and colleges, and private practice. Alex’s clinical interests are psychotherapy with young adults and college students, focusing on anxiety, depression, ADHD, and trauma. She draws from an integrative therapeutic approach that includes both person-centered techniques and evidence-based therapies including cognitive-behavioral therapy. In her free time, Alex enjoys running and hiking, spending time with friends and family, and exploring Boise.
Ashley Harrinauth, MA, (pronounced: Ha-Ri-Noth –her last name is of Sanskrit origin) (she/her) is a doctoral candidate from Alliant International University/California School of Professional Psychology-Sacramento and a Psychology Intern at Pearl Health Clinic. She is from the San Francisco Bay Area. At this moment, she is not entirely sure of what the universe has in store for her as it pertains to future training, however she is open to new experiences that come her way. During her free time, Ashley likes to play video games, spend time with her dog, and watch Bollywood movies to improve her Hindi speaking skills.
Steven “Steve” Miller, MA is a doctoral candidate and Psychology Intern from Pacific University’s School of Graduate Psychology in Oregon. He provides Behavioral Health Consultation (BHC) for the FMRI Raymond clinic and the FMHC in Nampa. Additionally, he also offers short-term psychotherapy for individual clients. His approach to mental health is heavily influenced by Gestalt Therapy principles, which views each person as greater than the sum of their parts. This lens allows for the appreciation of individual differences, culture, adaptiveness, and background in the development of holistic treatment.
Steve’s previous work included helping adult men with past substance abuse in a residential treatment facility, supporting teens and adolescents at Job Corps., providing neuropsychological testing to children and adults, and counseling the general public in outpatient clinics.
Outside of FMRI, Steve enjoys spending time with his wife and son, hiking, catching up with friends and family, playing guitar, exploring, reading, gaming, and welcoming the vastness of human experience.
Ray Sullivan, MA, attended Antioch University Santa Barbara, CA and is the psychology intern at ISU/SHS. He has diverse clinical practicum experiences in community mental health working with adult populations and court mandated military veterans. Ray also enjoyed his work with school-aged children and their families in previous years. Ray recently co-authored a journal article titled Family violence in context: an intergenerational systemic model in The Family Journal, SAGE Publishing. His current research interests include: Rehabilitative work with Military Veterans and other subgroups, suicide prevention, and how ACEs affect late life adult populations. In Ray’s free time, he enjoys hiking, cycling, and socializing with friends.