Brian Moe, Ph.D., L.P.
Dr. Brian K. Moe is a licensed psychologist serving the F-M area. He received his doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of North Dakota in December 2009.
Dr. Moe's areas of special clinical interest are the treatment of trauma-related disorders, personality disorders, depression, and anxiety in adults and adolescents. He describes himself as "aggressively non-judgmental," given his understanding that reaching out for help can be challenging. He believes that the process of seeking and receiving help is reflective of strength rather than weakness, and wants his patients to transition out of therapy feeling confident, healthy, and motivated to move forward in the direction of their choosing.
Dr. Moe primarily uses Cognitive and Behavioral interventions to address the symptoms being reported by patients and believes that directly addressing problematic thoughts and behaviors will bring about the fastest results.
Julie Windahl, M.A., LMFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Julie Windahl graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Stout with a Master of Science Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. She is currently a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in North Dakota and Minnesota. Her specialties include couples, families, and individual therapy. Julie has worked with people who deal with anxiety, depression, mood disorders, and bi-polar disorder.
"I believe each person has their own, unique way of navigating through their life and I work with patients to help them determine which direction they feel would be the best for them. I use cognitive-behavioral therapy, solution focused therapy and narrative therapy as my theoretical orientations. I look forward to working with anyone who feels that they are in need of extra support and understanding very complex and personal matters."
Roberta Pytlik, MA, LAC, LAPC
Licensed Addiction Counselor/Licensed Associate Professional Counselor
Roberta is an addictions and mental health counselor practicing in Fargo, ND. She is passionate about trauma-informed services and helping individuals heal holistically. She compassionately serves individuals who are living with both a substance use and mental health disorder.
Roberta earned her Master's of Counseling degree from the University of North Dakota and completed training in both private practice and human service center settings. She is currently working on certification to be a trauma specialist, as well as her 200-hour yoga teacher training.
On her days off, you can find Roberta doing yoga, playing with her rescue pup, Thor, or making art.
Roberta is currently offering substance use evaluations, individual therapy, and outpatient treatment for substance use disorders. She also offers workshops to promote holistic wellness. Her theoretical orientation is eclectic, with strategies from humanistic, and mindfulness, strengths, and values-based therapies.