Our Staff

The clinical staff members at the Center for Human Development are licensed professionals with training in a mental health field. Each therapist is experienced and committed to high standards of professional practice within a solid values system. Let us know how we can be of service to you, your family, or your organization.


  • Lee Webster

    Lee Webster

    "I am honored that so many people have allowed me to join with them in their life's journey. It is tremendously rewarding to see the growth and healing that comes in the counseling process."

  • Barb Webster

    Barb Webster

    "I am humbled to know that I have been able to apply the counseling skills that I have learned to help others change, heal and experience more positive and productive lives."

  • Tonia Backman

    Tonia Backman

    "I am continually inspired by my clients and admire the courage and determination in their efforts toward change."

  • Suzanne Grim

    Suzanne Grim

    "I am committed to providing personalized care to address the unique needs of each individual or couple I work with and providing proven and effective interventions for change."

  • Stephanie Hamann

    Stephanie Hamann

    "What I enjoy most about being a therapist is to see people gain new skills or understanding and move forward in life in a positive direction."

  • Corina Helgestad

    Corina Helgestad

    "One of the best aspects of my life is helping others succeed in theirs."

  • Nicholaus LaFonte

    Nicholaus LaFonte

    "For me, counseling is a process of transformation, leading to change, life satisfaction, and living life to the fullest. No matter who I work with, I seek to be a guide in that process and see people live their lives to their fullest potential."

  • Anthony (Tony) LaMouria

    Anthony (Tony) LaMouria

    "I view therapy as a tool that allows me to help another human being discover truth about themselves and their life-systems, in such a way that they become empowered to experience fulfillment in life."

  • Erin Morgan

    Erin Morgan

    "Counseling others gives me the opportunity to walk alongside them, teaching and supporting them as they learn to overcome challenges they face; cultivate the peace and joy of growing through hardships."

  • Dave Tice

    Dave Tice

    "I believe human beings are "creatures of habit" forming patterns of behavior done over and over again in order to cope with life. The purpose of counseling is to identify these patterns of behavior first, and second to determine if these patterns of behavior are healthy or unhealthy for the client."