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Dr. John Mather

Dr. Mather is an Arizona Licensed Psychologist and an Arizona Certified School Psychologist. He earned his graduate degree in School Psychology with an emphasis in Special Education Law from Vermont College and his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Union University. Dr. Mather completed his Post-Doctoral Residency with Dr. Paul Beljan, a nationally recognized expert in the field of Neuropsychology. Dr. Mather is a Diplomate with the American Board of School Neuropsychology and is currently an Adjunct Faculty Member with Northern Arizona University and Grand Canyon University.

Dr. Mather has worked as a Neuropsychologist, School Psychologist, and Educational Consultant for 13 years. He works with both the pediatric and adult populations. Dr. Mather is an expert in areas of dyslexia, dysgraphia dyscalculia, AD/HD, autism, gifted intellect, traumatic brain injury (concussions), Tourette’s, and substance use/abuse.

Dr. Mather decided to leave the field of School Psychology based upon his concerns regarding the special education process, the under-identification of students with disabilities, and underservicing of student with special needs. Dr. Mather is passionate about the effectiveness of early intervention and believes school districts need to adjust identification protocols to ensure they identify those in need of services and to begin services at a younger age.

Based upon his expertise in the area of special education law and compliance, Dr. Mather has worked as a consultant to public and charter schools undergoing federal and state monitoring for special education compliance. Dr. Mather knows both state and federal laws and is well equipped to support families and acquiring the special education services their child may be entitled to. Dr. Mather works with families throughout the entire special education process including attending meetings as indicated. Dr. Mather is in a unique position to be able to both interpret psychological data and support families in working through the special education process. For these reason he is a highly effective advocate.

Dr. Mather is passionate about ensuring that every individual is provided with a fair, unbiased, and equal opportunity to learn and achieve to their full potential.


Nicole Huggins, Psy.D.

Dr. Huggins earned her Doctor of Psychology and Master’s degrees in Clinical Psychology from Argosy University, Phoenix (formerly the Arizona School of Professional Psychology). A Bachelor of Arts degree was obtained in Psychology from the University of Maryland, European Division/Campus. Dr. Huggins is a licensed Psychologist and a certified School Psychologist in the state of Arizona. She specializes in pediatric psychology, clinical psychology, forensic psychology, and school psychology. Dr. Huggins’ core belief is that the individual is best served and treated when a “whole-person” approach is utilized.

Dr. Huggins has worked with children and adolescents within the field of Psychology since 2000. She has been employed by school districts as a School Psychologist, and also conducted clinical psychological and forensic evaluations in private practice settings. Dr. Huggins’ experience with children and adolescents extends to her position as the Director of Psychological Services of the Adolescent Treatment Unit of the Arizona State Hospital for 2 years prior to its closure in 2009. She has worked extensively with children in clinical, school, and forensic settings and capacities.

Dr. Huggins also has extensive experience working with adults in clinical and forensic settings. She conducts clinical psychological evaluations on adults to discern the presence of mental illness, and/or to obtain useful data to drive treatment recommendations if applicable. Her work in the field of forensics extends to “Best Interest” Evaluations, Bonding Assessments, psychological evaluations of parents and children involved with Child protective Services, and comprehensive psychological evaluations of adults and juveniles at various stages of involvement within the legal system among other specified areas within forensic psychology.

Dr. Huggins also conducts individual and group therapy with children, adolescents, and adults. She has extensive experience conducting therapy with these age groups, and for a variety of different referral concerns. Her primary theoretical approach is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, but also utilizes principles from other therapeutic/theoretical approaches to improve overall outcomes


Michael Schiebel; LMT; Holistic Practice

Background: I was born and raised in Southeast Iowa; my mothers’ side was military influenced, my fathers side was farming. Upon graduating high school, I joined the United States Air Force at the tail end of Desert Storm. Stationed at Pope Air Force Base, North Carolina; I was part of the first Composite Wing of the Air Force. 2 of the 4 years I served on Honor Guard and Sabre team, my 4 year position was an Aircrew Life Support Technician for the A-10’s; 75th Fighter Squadron/23rd Wing. I used my GI Bill towards education in Science and Communication. I joined the Spa world in October of 2001, at the Grand Opening of the Golden Door Spa at the Boulders Resort in Carefree, Arizona. The team was led by Lorraine Park with the vision of Debra Szekely. (Mrs. Szekely set the standard of eastern philosophy of spa in the western culture. She moved on to work with 4 presidents in health care administration.)

I entered school for massage therapy at Southwest Institute of Healing Arts, Tempe Arizona; in 2002. Upon completion, I attained a degree in Sport and Myo Therapy. At this time, Dr. Huggins and I began brainstorming on the concept of mind body soul connection, the relationship of Psychology and Holistics,, and the type of Clinic we would one day open.
My travels took me to Telluride, Colorado where I had the opportunity to hone my skill with Atmosphere Day Spa, Golden Door Spa at the Peaks, and work with Almay Cosmetics as a Therapist and later, Spa Consultant for 2 Independent Film festivals. This environment opened me up to the Professional athlete to sport enthusiast; child to adult; on how we tend to “use” our body and repetitive nature of health through Motion. On the side, I began volunteering at a Wildlife Rehab and Refuge massaging animals. My primary clients were 2 mountain Lions; one for arthritis in her hips, the other for balancing youth temperament. I also worked with owls, eagles, horses, winter wolves and coyotes.
I returned to the valley with a fresh perspective at the end of 2005, where I crossed pathes with Shaman Serge “Running Wolf” Martel. He taught me how to wield and move energy. I finished my duration with the Golden Door Spa at the Boulders Resort.
I redirected my work to The Sanctuary Resort on Camelback Mountain October 2006. It is here that I have been able to customize therapies for the individual, listening to their bodys’ needs with the various therapies and techniques of Aroma therapy, Physical therapy, Massage, and Energy Work.

Dr. Huggins, Dr. Mather, and I took our concept to new levels, deeper levels of how our individual fields of study could create a trifecta, integrating our fields to create TRILOGY Integrated Psychological Services.


Moose Therapy Dog

Moose is the most popular therapist at Trilogy. Moose is a Mini-Labrodoodle, weighing 20 pounds. Moose is non-shedding and hypoallergenic. Even those with the worst dog allergies will not have any allergic reaction to Moose. Moose adheres to a therapeutic philosophy of unconditional love. He believes that all individuals deserve love and attention. Moose is undergoing training to become a certified therapy dog. Therapy dogs have been shown to reduce anxiety and increasing self-esteem. There is even evidence of the positive outcomes related to reading with a therapy dog. We are proud to have Moose as a central part of our therapeutic team (when he is not pulling things out of the trash).

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