About Alpine Integrative Wellness Therapists

Ketchum Location
220 River St E, Ketchum, ID 83340

Dr. Eryn Michaud, PhD, LCPC, SEP

Clinical Director & Co-Founder

Dr. Eryn Michaud is a psychotherapist, educator, group facilitator, and the Clinical Director of Alpine Integrative Wellness. She brings a holistic approach to her work integrating her understanding of the psychophysiology of trauma, developmental neurobiology, attachment theory, family systems theory, and spirituality. She has 15 years of experience as a therapist working with adults, children, adolescents, couples, and families.

Dr. Michaud earned her Master’s degree in Integral Counseling Psychology at the California Institute of Integral Studies and her PhD in Clinical Psychology (with a concentration in Somatic Psychology) from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology.  In addition to this she is certified in various modalities including Peter Levine’s Somatic Experiencing (SEP), Diane Poole Hellar’s Dynamic Attachment Repatterning, Stan Tatkin’s Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy (Level 2 PACT therapist). Her work is also influenced by education and experience with Meditation, Yoga, Spirituality and Eastern Wisdom Traditions. Currently, she is studying Psychedelic Assisted Psychotherapy.

Eryn lives in Ketchum, Idaho with her husband and two children. She enjoys spending time outside, playing with her children, deep conversations with friends, reading, and experiencing the fullness of her life.


(208) 450 5645

Daniel Rothman, MA, LCPC

Executive Director & Co-Founder

Daniel Rothman is a psychotherapist in private practice in the Wood River Valley. Having spent over a decade helping individuals bridge the journey into mature adulthood, he specializes in helping clients actively examine the relationships in their lives in order to build self-awareness, change old patterns, and create healthy new habits. He has significant experience with anxiety, depression, chemical dependence, ADHD, oppositional defiance disorder, and attachment issues. Whether it’s with gentle compassion or assertive challenge, Daniel meets each client where they are using the best tools to create opportunities for growth.

He uses a combination of relational, somatic, and psychoeducational approaches in his practice. Daniel also utilizes neurotherapy (neurofeedback) as an adjunct to talk therapy. Neurotherapy is extremely helpful for conditions such as ADHD and autism.

Daniel has been a clinical field instructor in wilderness therapy since 2010 and currently works as the Adventure Guide for BlueFire Wilderness Therapy. Daniel received his masters degree in Counseling Psychology from Naropa University and is currently completing a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology.

(208) 471 4838

Megan Stull, MSW, LMSW


Megan Stull is a license candidate in the Wood River Valley and has worked with adolescents, teens, and adults struggling with life transitions, depression, and anxiety. She has worked with gender diverse youth and is a strong LGBTQAI+ ally. Her hope is to create an environment centered in care, curiosity, security, and authenticity to restore balance to client’s lives and their ability to flourish.

Her approach with clients is rooted in a conviction that change occurs through cultivating relationships, with ourselves and with those around us. Through self-understanding, empowerment, and connection we have the capacity to heal. We can work to build individualized integrative supports, exploring mindfulness, cognitive approaches, trauma reprocessing, somatic approaches, and behaviors that impact your overall wellbeing.

Megan received her masters degree in Social Work from the University of Montana, is EMDR trained, and has experience working with individuals who have previously experienced intimate partner violence. 

(208) 450 2194

Haley Stevens, MA, LPC


Haley works with Individuals, couples, families, and children. She sees clients at various stages throughout the lifespan struggling with anxiety, depression, relationship challenges, parenting challenges, domestic violence, trauma, grief, chronic stress, and suicidal ideation. Integration of techniques and interventions, including somatic experiencing, attachment theory, CBT, DBT, and mindfulness, inform her approach.

She feels honored to have the opportunity to sit with clients and hold space as they process their experiences. She brings a passion for wellness and uses psychoeducation to empower clients. The quality of the therapeutic relationship is the most important factor in the prediction of successful outcomes; for that reason establishing a connection and building trust is a top priority. Tailoring interventions and theoretical approaches to you as an individual allows Haley to meet your needs. She believes that all humans have an innate drive toward well-being and connection. Her goal is to support your efforts by creating a therapeutic relationship that allows you to discover and explore healthy ways to navigate life’s challenges.

Haley is currently finishing her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and completing her internship at Alpine Integrative Wellness. She has training in Disaster Mental Health, Psychology First Aid, and the Community Resiliency Model. She is also working towards a certification in EMDR therapy.

(208) 450 5645

Dr. John Rogers, PhD, LCPC

Therapist & Clinical Supervisor

John Rogers, PhD, is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in Idaho and a Counselor Educator. He is board-certified as a National Certified Counselor. John works with adults, teens, couples, and families, and he is a strong advocate and ally for diverse clients. John uses a wellness and mindfulness orientation to help clients work through challenges they face with mental health, trauma, substance use, and relationships. He uses a number of therapeutic tools, including relational, cognitive behavioral, dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and solution-focused therapy to help clients meet their goals. John believes that each of us has innate strengths and the capacity to grow and change. He enjoys developing a working partnership that fits each client’s unique needs. John works with clients in-person at the Ketchum office and via telehealth. John has published and spoken extensively on topics of counseling interventions, homelessness, child protective services, and crisis counseling.

John completed his bachelor’s degree at Yale University and his master’s degree in East Asian Studies at Stanford University. He holds a master’s and degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, as well as his Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Counseling and Supervision, from James Madison University. John is currently an adjunct instructor at Longwood University’s Counselor Education graduate program and at the Hazelden Betty Ford Graduate School of Addiction Studies. He is a member of the American Counseling Association, the Idaho Counseling Association, and Chi Sigma Iota.

In his free time, John is a ski instructor at Sun Valley, loves to swim, sail, and enjoy the great outdoors.

(208) 450 3289

Pilar Tumolo, MA, LPC


Pilar’s approach to psychotherapy is grounded in modern research on the brain, trauma and attachment, as well as mindfulness. She sees individuals, families, and couples. Pilar works with engaged, relational methods to help people resolve anxiety, stress, depression, trauma, disturbing memories, life transitions, spiritual, and emotional bypass that are holding them back.

Her style is collaborative, curious, and accepting; incorporating a number of different therapeutic approaches and adapts to your individual personality, wants, and needs. She is committed to multicultural counseling and enjoys working with clients from all walks of life during all stages of human development.

Pilar is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She received her Master’s Degree in Integral Counseling Psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies. She is also a certified yoga teacher as well as a practitioner of Tibetan Buddhism for over 20 years. She lives in Ketchum Idaho with her family.

(208) 309-0660

Sarah O’Connell, MSW, LMSW


Sarah prioritizes an authentic space for her clients to experience self-exploration and healing. She adopts a trauma-informed, person-centered posture in her work with children, adolescents, young adults, and adults. Sarah desires that all individuals who walk into her office feel seen and heard as their genuine selves. She feels honored to sit with individuals and hold space for their processing, development, and healing. 

Sarah has years of experience working with children and teens in many different settings. She implements research in her practice to ensure the best approaches are being utilized for each individual, family, and group. Sarah sees clients who are healing from trauma, sexual abuse/assault, spiritual and religious trauma, perinatal trauma/depression, among many other areas. She pulls from several different theories and techniques, including Somatic Experiencing, attachment theory, existential psychology, and DBT. She also incorporates play therapy and family therapy.  

Sarah is finishing her master’s degree in Social Work through Texas State University. She is currently working on research surrounding the topic of environmental justice, human ethics, and wilderness therapy. She lives in the Wood River Valley with her husband Kyle and two doggos Remi and Margo. In her free time, she is often found on a trail running, hiking, or backpacking with friends.


(208) 450 5645

Alpine Integrative Wellness

Ketchum Location

220 River Street E

Ketchum, ID 83340