Brittany Fundaun Landey
Brittany discovered a passion for psychology while attending Itasca Community College, obtaining an associates degree in Applied Psychology and Human Services. She went on to attend Bemidji State University while working in the mental health field, completing a Bachelor's in Psychology and completing her Master's degree in Counseling Psychology in 2018.
Brittany has been an adjunct instructor of psychology at Itasca Community College. Brittany has over 7 years experience working with children, adolescents, adults and families.
Brittany uses a person centered and trauma informed approach to cognitive behavioral therapy. Brittany is currently working on obtaining her LPC licensure.
Community Based Program Director ,Case Manager
Skye McElmury has a decade of experience in the mental health field and is dedicated to assisting individuals in overcoming their symptoms and achieving a content and meaningful life. In her leisure time, she devotes herself to her multiple dogs, reading and working on projects in/around her home.
Case Manager Associate, ARMHS Worker
Chief Executive Officer
MSW, MS, LICSW, LADC
Alexander Meyer began his career in the human services field over 8 years ago. His work began as a youth counselor, mental health behavioral aid, and chemical dependency counselor for children and adolescents. Over the past few years he has been providing mental health services to children, adolescents, adults, and families. He completed his Master’s in Social Work at Walden University and is currently a student of Doctoral Psychology at Walden University. He utilizes a behavioral modification approach as well as cognitive-behavioral therapy, solution-focused therapy, and person-centered therapy efforts.
Chemical Health Treatment Director
Aricka Meyer began her career in the human service field as a chemical health counselor for adolescents and eventually branching out to serve in a High Intensity Inpatient treatment facility for adults. Aricka completed a Bachelors in Psychology; minor in sociology and chemical dependency at Bemidji State University. Aricka is and has been a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor in the State of Minnesota for the past 13 years. She believes there are many roads to recovery and that programming should not only address genetic, environmental, and the development of life skills, but also address the unique characteristics of each individual. Aricka believes in a multidisciplinary approach to recovery, thus incorporating not only the 12 steps, but also cognitive-behavioral, solution-focused and person-centered techniques provided in a safe and therapeutic environment.
Providence Psychiatry Services, LTD
Jean Vaneps has worked as an RN in varying capacities of mental health care for over 30 years, including that of Family Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner. She shares "I'm looking forward to the opportunity to play a role in assisting people in the restoration of hope, healing and recovery in their mental health".