Counseling in Billings, MT. Find the Right Therapist.

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Dianna Grantham, LCPC / LAC

Dianna Grantham, LCPC / LAC

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor/Licensed Addiction Counselor

2475 Village Lane Ste. 101, Billings, Montana 59102 | 406-927-6119

Do you feel "stuck" in your life? Is your relationship stagnant? It is possible to take back control over your life and begin a new journey! My approach to counseling is focusing on the whole person, holistically, working alongside you in a confidential environment

Mark Odland, MA, LMFT, MDIV

Mark Odland, MA, LMFT, MDIV

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist / Certified EMDR Therapist / Ordained Pastor /

Available for Online Therapy

Are you a high achieving man ready for an alternative to executive coaching? I use research-proven EMDR therapy to uproot insecurities, eliminate emotional barriers, and heal trauma at its source. You’ve conquered at work... now it’s time to reclaim what matters most.


1231 North 29th Street, Billings, Montana

Rimrock’s specialized Eating Disorder treatment program is designed to address the medical, emotional and behavioral aspects of this complex disorder. Our Eating Disorder patients will receive nutritional management, individual and group therapy, psychological services and medical supervision all tailored to meet the individual needs of the client.

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Billings, Montana is a perfect place for families, whether you're coming to visit, or planning on moving in. With Best Life magazine recently naming Billings the 3rd best place in the whole United States to raise a family, you can rest assured you've picked a good place for the kids. Outdoors enthusiasts will find no better place on earth, as Yellowstone National Park is just around the corner. The camping, hiking, and other wilderness possibilities are endless.1 And the whole family will never forget exploring another culture with Go Native America, featuring tours of Native American sites. If you want, you can even stay the night in a tepee. Mothers, be certain to take the girls to the Museum of Women's History. Admission is free, and there's no better way to teach the daughters that they can be anything they dream of being. You're sure to agree there's lots to love in the heart of Big Sky Country.

Mental Health in Billings

Individuals who have recently lost a loved one and are experiencing overwhelming grief can seek guidance and support at one of the many local support groups in the Billings area. The Compassionate Friends hold monthly meetings at which group members can celebrate the life of their loved one while learning how to effectively deal with the grief associated with their death. Recreational and social activities throughout the year help group members begin to socialize and have fun again in a supportive and caring environment.2 Rocky Mountain Hospice also offers a bereavement support group for Billings residents. Their group focuses on working through the heavy feelings associated with loss, as well as on education about the bereavement process. Groups for adults and children ages 7-12 are available on an ongoing basis. To inquire about upcoming groups at Rocky Mountain Hospice, call 406-294-0785.3

The Indian Health Board of Billings is committed to improving the physical and mental health of Native Americans and Alaskan Natives throughout the Billings area. The agency provides an array of free services to tribal members that address their unique mental and physical health needs, including diabetes prevention programs, substance abuse intervention, anger management courses, and aftercare services. All programs are delivered in a culturally sensitive manner. To learn more about the services offered by the Indian Health Board of Billings, call 406-245-7318.4

Current Initiatives

Welcome Home Billings is a city-wide initiative designed to assist homeless individuals and families find suitable long-term housing. The initiative focuses on intervention and prevention programs that keep at-risk families in their homes, as the cost for public services for the homeless population costs the city millions of dollars each year. By developing partnerships with social service agencies throughout the city, the initiative makes resources more readily available to families at risk of losing their homes. And since many of Billings' homeless suffer from a mental illness or substance abuse issue, making quality mental health care readily available is also important. To learn more about this initiative, call 406-657-8281.5


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5. City of Billings, Montana. (2017). Welcome Home Billings. Retrieved from

Billings is located in Yellowstone County, Montana. It has a land area of 43.70 square miles and a water area of 0.10 square miles.  The population of Billings is 110,263 people with 44,092 households and a median annual income of $51,012. .

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Therapy in Billings is generally within financial reach for the average family, but some budget planning may be needed for a real commitment to weekly counseling. Remember that your mental health and happiness are important. Check with your Billings therapist about insurance coverage or ask about sliding scale fees if there are any difficulties with accessibility. Low cost counseling and affordable therapy are also sometimes offered by listed city and university level clinics, check with your local Billings public health department.