Odds are that you are reading this because you are frustrated with at least one aspect of your life. And…you are sick of feeling helpless, hopeless, and stuck.

As such:

  • You likely aren’t performing as well as you would like

  • The quality or quantity of your relationships are less than stellar

  • You find yourself either stuck in the past or avoiding the future

  • You feel smothered by loneliness.

  • You may be at the brink of an important life transition and feel frozen about which direction to take

  • Someone may have hurt you very badly: emotionally, physically, or sexually

  • Perhaps your stress has gotten so severe that you have began experiencing actual medical symptoms, panic, depression, obsessive-compulsive symptoms, anxiety, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), or grief reaction

Center for Positive Change, LLC

You are now ready to roll up your sleeves and make some changes. Of course, change isn’t easy. But, inherently, we all know that if we don’t change we…calcify.

Our physical office for the Center For Positive Change, LLC is in Missoula, Montana. But the fact is, you know inherently, that YOU are the real center for positive change. No one else can do this life changing work for you. My job is to help you find your way back to your own center. I am the guide and counselor…you are the traveler.

If you want to find out more, let me know via phone
(406) 830-3808 or email (tim@cpchange.com).

Center for Positive Change, LLC.

About Us

About Us

The Center for Positive Change, LLC was founded in 1995 in the north end of Napa Valley, California. This vibrant and verdant valley is world-famous as a food and wine vacation destination and is one of our favorite retreat locations.

In 2005, The Center for Positive Change, LLC office was relocated to Washington's Olympic Peninsula in the delightful town of Sequim. The Olympic Peninsula is renowned as a vacation destination for hiking, boating, and fly-fishing, with access to many unspoiled rivers, creeks, alpine lakes, and ocean shorelines.

In November of 2013, we expanded our services to include Jefferson County and Clallam County on the Olympic Peninsula. In addition, we moved our office location to the maritime setting of Port Townsend. We are honored to continue serving those two counties on the Olympic Peninsula via telemedicine/telepsychology.

No stranger to transition, we have now expanded our outreach and main office into Montana. While we are centered in fabulous Missoula, we also have the availability to work with people in settings throughout the State via telemedicine/telepsychology.

The Center for Positive Change LLC proudly sets itself apart as a "family practice." Tim, the founding psychologist, now works in concert with his daughters, Autumn and Heather, as reviewed below.

Tim Berry

Founder: Tim Berry

Founder: Tim Berry

Tim Berry holds masters and doctoral degrees in both psychology and religious studies. He has consistently maintained a clinical practice (psychotherapy) in psychology. His special focus for over 27-years has been in coaching individuals towards positive change. Tim has advanced training in Mindfulness Meditation, Biofeedback, Psychodynamic theory, Sports Psychology, EMDR, and Interactive Guided Imagery, which makes him particularly effective in guiding people to their own center of change. In addition he was a licensed Fishing Guide for 18 years. When appropriate, he continues to utilize the water in his Transition-Coaching work.

Tim is licensed to provide psychological services in Montana and Washington.

Montana: License # PSY 2553
Washington: License # PY 2910

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Autumn Berry

Autumn Berry

Following her adventurous spirit, Autumn Berry spent several years as a young adult working as a white-water rafting guide based in the Northern Sierra Nevada mountains. During that time, she had the opportunity to travel and work abroad in several international countries. These experiences eventually led her to The Culinary Institute of America, where she completed a degree in Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management. She then worked as a wine specialist and sommelier in Colorado and California’s wine country for several years. After feeling the call to make a positive change in the world, Autumn returned to school, finishing both a bachelor's degree in Psychology and a master's degree in Social Work from the University of Montana. She has focused her clinical training and experience working in the field of trauma, with a particular

focus on working with individuals experiencing intimate partner violence, family violence, and sexual assault. Autumn currently utilizes elements of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Exposure therapy, and Mindfulness training in her Psychotherapy work.

 

Montana: Social Worker Candidate #49955

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Heather Berry

Heather Berry

Heather Berry earned her B.S. in Psychology from the University of Maryland in 2010 and her Professional Biofeedback Certification from The Stens Corporation & The Biofeedback Training Institute in 2011. Heather also has advanced training in mindfulness and energy medicine. She put her education and training to work in the field of mind/body medicine, providing biofeedback at The Center for Positive Change. She taught biofeedback-supported mindfulness-based stress management & relaxation exercises to clients with anxiety-related medical issues, including hypertension, insomnia, asthma, TMJ, tinnitus, panic attacks, and more. After a hiatus to recover from a devastating illness, Heather is passionate about sharing the healing power of diaphragmatic breathing with individuals struggling with mental, emotional, or physical challenges. Heather's breath coaching program uses biofeedback technology to connect the

client's mind and body so they can effectively learn relaxation techniques to calm the fight/flight response activated during stress. Heather's coaching program is focused on teaching individuals the skills to guide them toward self-regulation and well-being.