About Us

Harvest Counseling Center focuses on meeting each individual wherever they are in an open and non-judgmental way with the goal of helping them find healing and growth. Our therapists strive to create meaningful connection with each client. Our counseling center is a strategic partner with Harvest Church, but it is a separate entity and a private mental health center, operated by its own staff.

OUR TEAM

Lacey is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Montana, and has experience working with youth, adults, and families. Lacey specializes in the areas of depression, anxiety, trauma, and grief and loss. Lacey's aim as a Clinician is to utilize integrative counseling approaches that encompass all that we are as a person: mind, body, and spirit. Her focus is to see someone journey from feeling like they are just surviving in life to a place where they feel they are flourishing. Lacey views each individual and their experiences as unique, and aims to identify and enhance their strengths. While there are several therapeutic treatment modalities that Lacey uses; Lacey believes that therapy is best tailored to the individual, with the outcome to equip each person with the confidence, tools, and skills to aid them in navigating life with a renewed sense of hope.

Lacey is thrilled to be back home in the Billings community after living and exploring throughout Montana for the past sixteen years.

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Lacey Hunt

LCSW, Clinical Director

lacey@harvestcounseling.net

Lacey is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Montana and has experience in working with youth, adults, and families: specializing in areas of depression, anxiety, trauma, and grief and loss. Lacey's aim as a Clinician is to utilize integrative counseling approaches that encompass all that we are as a person: mind, body, and spirit. Her focus is to see someone journey from feeling like they are just surviving in life – to a place where they feel they are flourishing. Lacey views each individual and their experiences as unique; and aims to identify and enhance your strengths. While there are several therapeutic treatment modalities that Lacey uses; Lacey believes that therapy is best tailored to the individual: with the outcome to equip each person with the confidence, tools, and skills to aid them in navigating life with a renewed sense of hope. Lacey is thrilled to be back home in the Billings, Montana community after living and exploring throughout Montana for the past 16 years.

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Heidi Kenney

MS, LCPC, Clinical Counselor

heidi@harvestcounseling.net

Heidi is a Native Montanan and is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor. Heidi spent several years in the school system as a comprehensive school and community treatment clinical therapist. Heidi has also worked with Veterans before moving into the private sector and continues to work with children, adults, and families. Heidi loves using animal assisted therapy in her sessions and when she can, she brings her therapy dogs Dixie and Hudson to support. Along with her puppies, Heidi focuses on meeting her clients where they are at and supporting them in achieving their goals. Heidi feels that relationships with her clients are essential because each bring a unique perspective in their healing. When not working, Heidi stays busy spending time with her husband, two daughters, and four dogs. 

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Katrina Stahl

LCSW, Clinical Counselor

katrina@harvestcounseling.net

Katrina has always had a passion for helping others and was led to the mental health field while in college. She has experience providing support to adolescents in a psychiatric hospital setting and also with adults in an outpatient medical clinic. She understands that life’s journey can be difficult at times and that we all could use a little bit of extra support to get to our next best step. She focuses her therapeutic technique on meeting clients where they are and supporting them as they work towards where they want to be. In her spare time, Katrina enjoys spending time with her family, being in the mountains, and appreciating all of the beauty that God has created for us. Katrina received her Master of Social Work degree from Walla Walla University- Billings and is currently working to complete the process of becoming a Licensed Clinical Social Worker.

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Janet Martin

LCSW, Clinical Counselor

janet@harvestcounseling.net

Janet grew up in the south, the daughter of two educators, so it was no surprise that she chose to work in the school setting. After a 20-year career as a School Social Worker, Janet felt led to join Harvest Counseling Center. Janet is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who specializes in working with adolescents and young adults. She believes that the therapeutic relationship is the basis of all successful therapy and that it takes time to develop the level of trust necessary to create change. Janet employs a trauma-informed cognitive behavioral approach to therapy, partnering with the client to look at patterns of thoughts and behaviors that might be contributing to anxiety, depression, or relationship problems. She also loves a good joke and truly believes that laughter can be healing. Janet enjoys cooking, camping, hunting, and exploring the mountains with her husband and two children.

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Diana Shay

A native Montanan with more than 20 years of experience in ministry and Biblical Counseling at Harvest Church, Diana is currently pursuing her Master’s in Counseling at the Townsend Institute, Concordia University. Diana is also a Townsend Leadership Director and Coach. She uses the process of creating new experiences to deal with difficulties and focuses on growth, including whole-person emotions, both body and spirit. By building a relationship founded on trust, Diana works with clients to integrate Biblical principles of grace and truth over time. She is passionate about partnering with individuals to overcome the hardships that hinder strong relationships, satisfaction, and enjoyment in life. Diana and her husband Vic are the proud parents of a son and daughter and a few furry critters.