All precautions are being taken in the office to make sure that clients and staff are safe. We respect people's choice to hold sessions via video at this time if they choose to do so. We are seeing clients for both video and in-person sessions.
Peak Wellness Services, based in Bend, Oregon, was formed in 2017. Therapeutic treatment is focused on enriching the lives of children and families. Since opening the doors, the main goal of the practice has been to provide the highest level of care to clients and the community.
Please take a moment to review the therapy services offered. Feel free to contact us with any questions.
Who We Are
Working to improve people's lives, one family at a time
Kyle Ahlf, PsyD (he/him)
Licensed Psychologist (3014)
I aim to provide effective, evidence-based therapy for children, adolescents, adults, and families using empathy, caring, and warmth. I work from a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Rogerian perspective aiming to alleviate what may ail a client. It is my belief that by empowering my clients, they will be able to take charge of their lives. I spent a year training with Dr. Laura Edwards-Leeper on providing affirmative therapy for transgender youth who may be socially transitioning or looking to start hormone replacement therapy (HRT). I have earned certification in treating OCD from the International Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Foundation (IOCDF) Behavior Therapy Training Institute (BTTI).
Doctorate of Clinical Psychology, Pacific University, 2017
Master of Science, Clinical Psychology, Pacific University, 2014
Master of Arts, Psychology, Pepperdine University, 2008
Elysia Oliver, MC (she/her)
Licensed Professional Counselor Registered Associate (R6033)
I believe that we all have within us the ability to achieve the growth and change that we desire, and will do so when we have the necessary understanding, tools, and sense of empowerment. I strive to help my clients reach their goals by providing these necessary conditions within a caring and compassionate environment. While I utilize a variety of techniques to address the individual needs of clients, my work often draws on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Rogerian, and Experiential therapy approaches. I am also trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy (EMDR).
Master of Counseling in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Oregon State University, 2019
Danielle Couture (she/her)
Clinical Student Intern
Through an integrative and collaborative approach, I strive to help my clients develop a deeper understanding of themselves, identify their inherent strengths, and navigate how to change aspects of their lives that are not serving them. I believe that through the therapeutic relationship, individuals can feel fully seen and heard. I provide a safe, warm, and non-judgemental space where my clients can share and process authentically. I am currently a student in the Clinical Mental Health Master’s program at OSU-Cascades, set to graduate in 2022. I have experience counseling individuals at the OSU-Cascades Clinic, answering crisis calls at the San Francisco Suicide Prevention Hotline, and working with underserved children using an art-therapy framework.
Services tailored to meet your unique needs
An intake assessment is necessary to begin the therapeutic process. During the intake, we will talk about the reasons why you are seeking therapy at this time, gather relevant information, and set a plan for treatment moving forward.
We utilize evidence-based mental health treatments such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Rogerian techniques to provide a customized therapeutic experience. Treatment is focused on individuals struggling with the symptoms and effects resulting from depression, anxiety, and traumatic experiences. Kids, adolescents, and adults welcome.
Family therapy is often the best course of action to take with children and adolescents. Treatment utilizes Collaborative Problem Solving (CPS) and Family Systems perspectives to creatively connect with the entire family unit. The purpose of family therapy is often to resolve relationship difficulties, build skills to be used within the home, and to provide a safe environment where family members can express themselves freely.
Supervision provided to LPC Interns seeking licensure and working towards accruing the necessary hours. Dr. Ahlf is listed on the supervisor registry for the State of Oregon and is willing to work with interns to develop a course of action that best fits their needs.
Call or email with questions, or click "Client Portal" above to get started
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Accepting PacificSource Commercial and Medicaid Community Solutions (OHP)
Intake assessment (55-minute session)
Senior Clinician: $190
Junior Clinician: $170
Student Clinician: $120
Individual therapy sessions (50-minute session)
Senior Clinician: $160
Junior Clinician: $140
Student Clinician: $100
Family therapy sessions (50-minute session)
Senior Clinician: $170
Junior Clinician: $150
Student Clinician: $110
Payment plans or reduced fee services available on a case by case basis
- Peak Wellness Services can provide a Superbill for you to submit to your insurance company for reimbursement if necessary -