Transitions….. through Wellness & Education
May you touch Dragonflies and Stars, Dance with Faries and Talk to the Moon, May You Grow up with Love and Gracious Hearts, and People who Care……. The Dragonfly”
On this page you will discover the individuals and their specialty. We have provided links that will potentially direct you away from this page and directly to their page so you can learn more about their services and how we, as a team of caring professionals, can best serve you!! May you find all that you need to transform your life to be all that you are wanting it to be!
Tami Wright, MSW, LICSWA
Tami holds a Washington State Associate Independent Clinical Social Work license, is a Certified Lactation Counselor, A Childbirth Educator and Birth Doula. Tami earned her Masters Degree in Social Work from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan, with an emphasis on Infant Mental Health and Family Systems Theory. Tami comes to you with a passion for pregnancy, birth, and the transition into parenthood. Her services include; breastfeeding classes, parent education and support, pregnancy and postpartum mental health therapy dealing with: depression, anxiety and psychosis as well as connections for therapy for some of life’s most challenging transitions. Tami brings you education and support from a holistic perspective and a belief in the ability of the body and mind to come together and offer healing and strength when needed most. Understanding that transition in life is often complicated and presents a variety of challenges, Tami is prepared to help you through the stages of change.
If you would like to register for a class or contact Tami, she may be contacted by calling or emailing her.
Tami is an active member of NASW (National Association of Social Workers), NACSW (National Association of Christian Social Workers) and WA-AIM (Washington Infant Mental Health Association).
Sinay Butler, MaEd, MFT
Sinay, with Dragonfly Wellness and Education Center, provides counseling to individuals, couples, and families with a love and compassion for everyone. Sinay conveys a feeling of acceptance without judgment. Sinay brings to her therapy practice a deep understanding of the emotional needs that come when working through transitional times of life, a unique ability to connect with individuals no matter where they are at in life, and will give you strength and understanding of your own ability to seek resolution through your times of change.
Dr. Jameson C. Lontz, Ph.D.
After completing undergraduate degrees at Spokane Falls Community College and Eastern Washington University as a first generation college graduate, Dr. Jameson Lontz earned a Master’s degree in psychology from Gonzaga University and a Ph.D. in psychology from Michigan State University. Dr. Lontz is a culturally competent generalist with work experience in university and community college teaching, forensics, neuropsychology, rehabilitation, pain management and related research.
Dr. Lontz has always had a knack for identifying strategies people can use to better their lives, and he has combined this with objective forensic and neuropsychological assessment in order to assist myriad individuals with a variety of medical and psychological needs. Dr. Lontz is deeply passionate about his work as Executive Director of Blue Mountain Psychology as it allows him to avoid any outside pressures to stray from his mission: Serving those who are most in need with the same quality of care regardless of their financial or social situations. Dr. Lontz has a successful track record of helping people gain psychological wellness and hope for their future. Dr. Lontz embraces the challenge of working at the top of his degree while helping the lives of approximately 300 patients per year. Simply stated, Dr. Lontz is great at his profession and loves what he does.