Janet Grieder, MA, LPC

Janet Greider, MA, NCC , LPC has 20 years of experience working with horses. Janet works primarily with children, adolescents, and young adults with anxiety, depression, OCD, self harm, attachment ruptures, and trauma. Janet has completed certificate courses in DBT, CBT for trauma, PTSD, and Grief, Humanistic Sand tray Level I, and Attachment Competency & Regulation with Teens and Children. Janet is a provider for Equine Facilitated Psychotherapy Integrating Gestalt equine facilitated psychotherapy and Horse Speak.

Ann Duvall, MA, NCC, LPC

Ann has experienced many teachable moments at Equibliss since first teaching Qigong to breast cancer survivors with our horses as co-facilitators. Now, through equine therapy & Qigong “Qi-quine therapy”, she is happy to be able to work with the horses in their natural environment to help clients discover the teacher within. To help you connect with your wisest self, Ann uses an integrative approach across several disciplines including therapy, coaching, spiritual direction and Qigong for health, life, and career transitions. For more about Ann you can visit her website at

Kristen Killie, MA, Resident in Counseling 

Kristen Killie, MA is a resident counselor at Equibliss Psychotherapy.  She recently received her degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Marymount University.  Throughout her training, she has worked with a variety of client populations including individuals experiencing life transitions, career issues, anxiety, depression, OCD, substance abuse, eating disorders and trauma.  Her goal as your therapist is to create a welcoming, safe space where you both will explore effective coping strategies and work toward your individual and/or interpersonal growth.  Through a Gestalt theoretical approach your work together will aim to increase your body and mind awareness by addressing unresolved experiences from your past and identifying how they are impacting you in the present. Techniques and modalities from other theoretical approaches may also be integrated in your work depending on your comfort, needs, and therapeutic goals: such as, person-centered tenets, nature therapy tools, and mindfulness.  Kristen has a passion for nature and involving animals in her therapeutic work.  She plans to continue her education in approaches such as nature informed therapy and equine facilitated psychotherapy.

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