Alana Vosen, MS, PCLC
Alana Vosen was born and raised in Kremlin, Montana, a small town on the hi-line. She graduated from Havre High School in 2004 and moved to Bozeman to pursue a career in business management. Through that experience, she realized she wanted to help people overcome struggles. She immediately applied to Montana State University to study psychology. Alana completed her Bachelors of Science in Applied Psychology in 2015 and went on to earn her Masters Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Capella University in Sept, 2019.
Ms. Vosen utilizes Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) with couples to improve attachment and bonding in relationships to form a more secure emotional bond. She is also trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) to help individuals overcome trauma and bring an awareness to help the client pursue a healthier, better life. Alana has training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) helps to identify and change negative thinking patterns through mindfulness, emotional regulation, and distress tolerance. Her approach to therapy is guided by compassion and utilizing creativity to help individuals achieve their personal goals in overcoming, healing and growing.
Prior to her counseling career, Alana also worked as a Financial Advisor and volunteered her time with animal rescue groups to ensure the safety of animals around the state. Alana has been active in the rescue community for the past 4 years and believes animals are blessings and happy to be a voice to them when they are in need.
In her free time, Alana loves spending time with her five pugs, hiking, traveling and expanding her palate sampling new foods.