Welcome to SEED Services: Partners for Counseling & Wellness

Providing compassionate care for all people

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Our Approach to Counseling & Wellness

We believe that offering compassion is essential to effective treatment. We will partner with you to provide care that is:

Compassion Focused & Person Centered

Compassion as a verb! And it is the foundation of our work. Compassion is the ability to remain present with and pay attention to pain and difficulty while simultaneously taking action to make things better.

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Integrative & Trauma Informed

We consider trauma to include experiences that are considered threatening to our life, health or safety. Trauma can impact our ability to regulate our body, thoughts, emotions and behavior by affecting our threat detection system.

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Relational & Science Based

The science of feeling safe is largely attributed to the work of Dr. Stephen Porges and his Polyvagal Theory. It has helped us to understand why we must focus on what is happening in the body and the nervous system in addition to our thoughts and emotions.

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How we can help

How are we different

We believe health is based in history, physiology, mind and behavior

While our primary focus is on mental health, we believe this is inextricably linked to our physiology. Research also suggests that the functioning of our brain and body are significantly impacted by our educational, social and emotional learning histories.

We are complex systems, involving input from the environment that feeds and shapes the functioning of our brain, body and behavior as well as the wellbeing of our mind. Ultimately, our approach to treatment extends beyond simply minimizing the impact of difficult emotions or challenging problems. We want to support you in being well.

We believe that health is not simply the absence of distress and that wellness matters

In our view, wellness is a complex, transactional process that is generally thought to include:

  • Enough positive emotional experiences to counterbalance negative ones
  • Positive emotional, social and physical functioning
  • Feelings of fulfillment
  • Life satisfaction

We want to understand how you approach these many facets of health and wellbeing. When you begin your work with us, we will ask you to complete a comprehensive assessment to understand the many aspects of your health and wellbeing. If needed, we will work with you to find additional providers who can support the healthy functioning of your body as well as your mind.

Who we are

Who are we

Beth Fier


Clinical Director

“Compassion is the radicalism of our time…when we are motivated by compassion and wisdom, the results of our actions benefit everyone”
~ the 14th Dalai Lama

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QuinnShauna Felder Snipes


Marriage & Family Therapist

“The most functional way to regulate difficult emotions in love relationships is to share them.”
~ Dr. Sue Johnson, primary developer of Emotionally Focused Therapy

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Paula Rainey


Licensed Associate Counselor

“Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human freedoms—to choose one's attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one's own way.”
~ Victor Frankl

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Specialized Care & Services

For Elders and Homebound

“Having authority by virtue of age and experience,” as defined by Meriam-Webster, captures our perspective and attitude toward those who seek services to manage new challenges that can appear later in life. If traveling to our office or participating effectively in telehealth services are not an option, one of our therapists will come to you.

We believe that a lifetime of gained wisdom and experience should not interfere with the ability to obtain professional support. Whether your challenges are related to a residential transition, medical diagnosis or the loss of a loved one, we offer in-home counseling services in the Mercer County area at your home or place of residence.

For Veterans and Service Members

Our clinical director, Beth, has experienced the impact military service can have on the life of veterans and their families, and she has a special interest in welcoming home and supporting those who have served and the family members who stand with them.

While not a service member herself, and without pretending to know the lived experience of military service, Beth honors her Aunt, Sharon Boyer, army nurse and veteran of the Viet Nam war, by offering treatment and support for those who have served. She has participated in advanced training through Star Behavioral Health Providers, an affiliate of the Uniformed Services University’s Center for Deployment Psychology in order to better understand the strengths and challenges specific to the military. This is then coupled with an approach to treatment that involves tailoring your work to your own unique needs, goals and abilities.

For Licensed Counselors, Therapists & Practitioners

Working with other helping professionals on their path to professional development and personal growth is one of our passions here! We provide clinical supervision for new and emerging LACs and LPCs. We are happy to consult with other professionals and practitioners about our approach to treatment, and how this approach might be incorporated into both self-care and clinical practice. We also offer professional development trainings and retreats upon request.



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We maintain specialties in varied approaches to your care, and we constantly involve ourselves in developing better, more integrated methods of care. We are licensed professionals looking to always put your care first.