Licensed Professional Clinical Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy, LIcensed Clinical Social Work, and Neuropsychology.  Psychotherapy for most mental health issues and disorders. Intervention for Child and Teen Anxiety and Depression.  Help with parent child relationships, behavioral changes, and self concept improvement.  Caring help for those dealing with grief and loss issues related to suicide.  Specialized therapy for behavioral sleep intervention, head ache support, and behavioral concussion remediation.  Teen Emotional Health Check-Ups.  Treatment for Self-Injury.  Academic Problems Counseling. Parenting skills counseling.  Educational Counseling, College, Career, Vocational Re-Entry.  We are not custody evaluators and do not participate in forensics divorce or custody court related services.

Blue Sky Counseling Center offers Dialectical Behavioral Services; Individual Counseling, Inter-Session Contact, Parent Coaching, DBT diary monitor, and Individual DBT Skills Training for those adolescents who are not candidates for a group setting.  Our DBT therapy is reccomended for patients stepping down from inpatient services.  Twice - Three times weekly with skill building meetings for one year or as symptoms decrease.   Jennifer Grimsley Aloy, adolescent specialist and child trauma therapy coordinator provides individual DBT client therapy and tools and skills sessions.  Dr. Jenkins, Lyndal Richard, and David Sachs are also support staff for our DBT program.  


Jennifer Grimsley Aloy LCSW 
916 745 2390
Jennica Jenkins PsyD LPCC 
916 747 3799
Lyndal Richard LMFT 
916 757 9414
Dr. Joelle Kobliska 
916 745 9320
Cara de Boer, LPCC 
916 757 9488


Meet Dr Jennica Jenkins, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor

Meet Dr. Monica Smith, Neuropsychologist

Meet Lyndal Richard, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Meet Karla Leiper, M.A., Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Meet Pediatric and family therapist, Jennifer Aloy

Meet Psychological Assistant, Dr. Joelle Kobliska

Meet Deanna Spence, MSW, LCSW, Licensed Clinical Social Worker Child, Adolescent, Families, and Young Adults

Cara de Boer, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor,  Pediatric Specialist


Child Behavior Intervention and Mental Health Focus
Treating childhood behavioral issues is the building block for self control, school and social success.  When a child experiences untreated Anxiety it is common to be a root cause for adolescent mood disorders.  Kids feel confident, have better self esteem, and more positive experiences with their community when they know how to navigate social, family, and school problems with healthy coping skills.  When a child can Obey instructions on the first time asked, Accept No for an answer, Can regulate strong emotions, and can Focus to learn -- they have positive adult and peer relationships.  When a child can sleep independently, calm down big feelings and self sooth strong emotions,this independence is a protector which prevents anxiety and depression.   
Teen Mental Health
Truth and Trust are only one letter apart - At our Teen Emotional Health Check-Ups Parents and Teens meet for one - two sessions.  A brief series of topics which looks into the emotional experience of adolescents is discussed.    The roller coaster of high school or college, young adulthood is fast and going off course can lead to a lifetime of avoidable problems.  Parents and teen are given an update on current coping strategies, resiliency, and future ability to handle tough challenges.   Our team is also available to assist families with treatment or referrals if issues are discovered. This is an over all positive experience where true prevention of serious teen pit falls are realized. Phone issues, stress related to university goals or social problems - your beloved teen needs your relationship.

Neuropsychological Evaluations
Neuropsychological evaluations can provide a valuable informational tool for children or adults, parents, educators, rehabilitation specialists, physicians, psychologists and therapists, attorneys, etc. The scope of the evaluation may be quite targeted, for example in determining special services eligibility. Or, the objective of the neuropsychological evaluation may be to provide  comprehensive analysis profiling cognitive strengths, and weakness, with guidelines for educational intervention or vocational goals. Outcomes may include such things as a student finally understanding, after years of wondering, the reasons behind how they learn, and why acquiring certain kinds of skills has always been so difficult. This new found appreciation may result in an increased sense of control in how to approach learning. Or, the assessment can help an adult become more aware of how the nature of their particular difficulty may influence facets of their daily lives, eg. in school, on the job, in doing tasks in daily life, or in their social relationships, etc. The information may then open the door to thinking about options for changing up some of the ways they work, or interact with other people. Or, neuropsychological information can assist families and older adults in planning for future possibilities such as living environments, or potential services etc.  Essentially, the neuropsychological evaluation can provide information to assist in meeting goals, and in doing so, help in calming some the related stresses in moving forward.