• Joanne Deyo, LCSW
    Therapist/Clinical Treatment Supervisor

    Joanne Deyo is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She obtained her undergraduate degree from Boise State and her Master’s from Eastern Washington. Joanne is a certified clinical supervisor for the State of Idaho and she has been providing Mental Health treatment to adults, children, families and couples with A to Z Counseling since 2007. Prior to that, she worked at the Department of Health and Welfare in Family and Children and Community Services. Joanne and her husband are long-time residents of Clearwater County, they raised their family here and are actively involved in activities and programs that serve the community. Joanne’s treatment philosophy is modeled after Adlerian Theory, although she has an eclectic and individualized approach and uses various evidence-based interventions for treatment. Joanne sees clients of all ages and has experience treating a broad range of issues.

  • Annie Cahill, LCSW
    Therapist/Children’s Program Manager & Clinical Treatment Supervisor

    Annie Cahill is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker ( LCSW). She obtained her undergraduate BSW degree from Lewis Clark State College and her graduate degree from Boise State. Annie has been working with A to Z Counseling since 2008 specializing in groups and individual treatment with children and providing family therapy using primarily a Cognitive Behavioral approach. Annie is a compassionate and supportive listener and able to connect with the youth population when others are sometimes unsuccessful. Annie is passionate about helping kids, but she works well with all ages and is very empathetic, helpful and caring with everyone she serves.

  • Loyce Crawford, LCSW
    Therapist/Staff Development & Clinical Treatment Supervisor

    Loyce Crawford is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She obtained her undergraduate degree from Lewis Clark State College and her master’s degree from Walla Walla College. She holds a certificate of Advanced Professional Studies in Adlerian Psychotherapy. Loyce has experience as an Independent Therapist, a Jr. High School Counselor, a Clinician for Children’s Mental Health with the Department of Health and welfare as well as a Targeted Service Coordinator for Adults and Children with Developmental Disabilities. Loyce was Founder and Co-facilitator of a 24-hour crisis line for victims of Domestic Violence, sexual abuse and Rape. She has lived and worked in small rural communities most of her life and understands the joys and challenges this lifestyle offers. Loyce uses a variety of evidence based counseling tools, including but not limited to: CBT, Person Centered, Solution Focus as well as Adlerian Psychotherapy. Loyce has a very positive outlook on life and about the people she treats. She believes that everyone can make changes that will assist them to live life to the best of their ability.

  • Heather Fowler, PSS/YSS – Peer Support Specialist
  • Diane Cochran, MEd.,HI, TCC
  • Debra Easom, PSS/YSS
  • Kyler Dupea, BS – Case Manager/CBRS
  • Sarah Dupea, BS – Case Manager/CBRS/PSS
  • Marytheresa Sommer, FSP, Respite Care
  • Josh Jennings, PSS/YSS, Respite Care
  • Shaun Hollace, PSS/YSS, Respite Care
  • Rick Lasater, BS, Respite Care


  • Ashley Blanchard – Administrative Assistant/Office Manager
  • Diana Few – Administrative Assistant/Billing Specialist


  • Shaun Hollace & Heather Fowler, Managing Co-Director’s

    Shaun and HeatherHeather was raised in the close knit rural community of Peck, Idaho seven miles west of Orofino. She attended school at Peck Elementary before transitioning to Orofino schools and she is invested in supporting the people and the unique and diverse culture of our area. Heather is currently enrolled at LCSC, on track to complete her Master’s Degree in Social Work to become a licensed therapist. Heather has been in long-term recovery from addiction since 2014 and began mentoring others as a Peer/Youth Support Specialist at A to Z Counseling in 2018. An inspiration to many, she is passionate about helping others find their recovery from both mental health and addiction struggles. Heather’s ongoing goal is to provide a local resource to help individuals and families through various challenges, such as anxiety, school challenges, trauma, depression, focusing, socialization, addiction, and loss. She appreciates unique perspectives and backgrounds and strives to be of service.

    Originally from Clarkston, Washington, Shaun is also in long-term recovery and began as a Recovery Coach in 2018 working with individuals in need of re-entry services, the unhoused, and those with complex resource needs necessary to establish and maintain their recovery. Shaun brings an array of life, work and management experiences that have built many skills and perspectives for the helping profession. He possesses the excellent skill of meeting people where they are, helping them to feel safe and supported for pursuing their own goals. Shaun believes that forming connections, building social capital and a healthy recovery community, inspires healing and gives meaning and purpose to assist with success in recovery. He joined the team of A to Z in 2023 as a certified Peer and Youth Support Specialist and found an additional passion for working with children to inspire and build healthy skills early in hopes of preventing more severe struggles later in life.

    Heather and Shaun met in the recovery community and married in 2021. They share a common mission of fostering hope and promoting change for a fulfilling life for people with behavioral health struggles, who are seeking to improve their circumstances. They spend an extensive amount of time working and volunteering in the community, supporting people to find what they need to be well. Their different perspectives, backgrounds and personalities enhance teamwork, allowing them to find creative solutions for the needs of others. Shaun and Heather make a great team, as they say that “We tend to even each other out.”

  • Cindy O’Brien, Owner

    Born in Lewiston and raised in Clearwater County, Cindy O’Brien has an investment, commitment and passion for serving her home and surrounding communities. She and her husband Steve have lived most of their lives in Clearwater County. They married in 1987 and raised their two children in this community and are dedicated to helping everyone struggling with behavioral health issues. Cindy has been working with at risk youth and their families since 1999. Growing up in the community and having personal experience with the struggles and limited resources available to the economically disadvantaged, it is A to Z’s mission to bring quality treatment and resources to serve the citizens of our home.