Counseling in Great Falls, MT. Find the Right Therapist.

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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.

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Great Falls, Montana

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Therapy Great Falls, MT

Counseling Gibson Flats, Fields, Gerber, Rainbow, Emmerson Junction, Black Eagle, Cooper, Tracey

Get ready to have wagon loads of family fun in Great Falls, Montana. Start out with an in-town or out-of-town tour on a Great Falls historic Trolley. It's a site-seeing adventure the whole family will remember for a lifetime.1 The younger children will love the interactive and experiential learning at the Children's Museum. And older kids and teenagers will appreciate the History Museum, perfect for extra credit in social studies class. And all the kids can have a great time at the Galaxy Games Arcade. Teenagers are sure to live the skatepark at Riverside, while younger kids will enjoy the rest of the park. And if your family is into winter sports, you'll have a great time bundling up and heading out to Showdown 24 Hour Snow Phone. In addition to skiing opportunities for all levels and lessons, fathers and mothers can rest easy knowing that day care is provided for the younger children. All told, you'll never run out of things to do in Great Falls.

Mental Health in Great Falls

In a mental health crisis situation, the Center for Mental Health provides individuals with a variety of supportive programs to help them safely navigate their emergency. Their Crisis Intervention Team works with local hospitals and law enforcement agencies to ensure mentally ill residents of Great Falls have access to appropriate care. Peer support programs give one-on-one and group support to people with an emotional disturbance. And a walk-in emergency program and 24-hour crisis line make services available whenever they are needed. The center's crisis line can be reached at 1-888-718-2100 or the non-emergency warmline can be reached at 406-727-0425.2

Great Falls children and adults who have behavioral, emotional, developmental, or physical challenges can take part in various therapeutic and recreational activities offered by Eagle Mount. Their programs focus on each participant's abilities, not their disability. In addition to helping people build valuable skills and confidence in themselves, Eagle Mount establishes a strong peer support network that will last participants a lifetime. The social and emotional growth obtained during Eagle Mount's adventure-based therapeutic exercises will also provide benefits long after the activities are over. To learn more about these services, call 406-454-1449.3

Easter Seals' Workforce Development Center provides support services for individuals who have physical or emotional disabilities that may make finding work a difficult task. Participants in the program receive on-site job training and supervision, so they are able to develop job-related skills that will keep them employed for the long-term. Supported employment services are also offered, and allow physically and emotionally disabled individuals to learn appropriate behavior for work and social situations. Details about these services are available by calling 406-771-0026.4

Current Education

The Master of Science in Counseling Program at the University of Great Falls prepares students to work in the mental health profession in a variety of settings, from elementary schools to community health agencies. Students enrolled in the program undergo 60 credit hours of classroom training, as well as field-based internship and practicum experiences that put their skills to the test. These combined learning opportunities prepare graduates of the program to take the Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor examination. To inquire about this program of study, call 406-791-5332.5


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2. Center for Mental Health. (2016). Crisis Services. Retrieved from
3. Eagle Mount. (2017). Homepage. Retrieved from
4. Easter Seals Goodwill Northern Rocky Mountain. (2017). Workforce Development Center. Retrieved from
5. University of Great Falls. (2017). Master of Science in Counseling Program. Retrieved from

Great Falls is located in Cascade County, Montana. It has a land area of 22.91 square miles and a water area of 0.47 square miles.  The population of Great Falls is 59,638 people with 25,194 households and a median annual income of $42,896. .

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Mental health treatment and therapy in Great Falls is sometimes a struggle to afford for families and individuals without proper insurance coverage. Finances for many in Great Falls are not able to cover long term weekly counseling sessions without a budgetary plan in place. The good news is that therapists are often willing to work with you if accessibility is an issue. Low cost therapy and sliding scales are just some of the options that therapists can offer. Insurance may cover your sessions as well. Talk to your counselor to learn more. Low cost counseling and affordable therapy are also sometimes offered by listed city and university level clinics, check with your local Great Falls public health department.