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Shelley Rorvick, LMFT


Our Team

Jessica Bouchard, MA, LPCC


Clinical & Treatment Director

As a strengths-based therapist, I strive to help clients find and employ their natural strengths and use their successes to guide them on their therapeutic journey. The therapeutic relationship and process can be a  powerful tool in helping individuals reframe issues and find new ways of being that bring peace, happiness, and new perspectives. I have devoted my work to providing treatment, therapy, psychosexual evaluations, and evaluations of inappropriate sexual behavior to guide treatment planning for adults, adolescents, and children who have engaged in sexually abusive or harmful behaviors. Both in the community and in correctional systems, I have extensive experience in helping clients work through difficult and/or problematic sexual issues or behaviors, as well as those related to sexuality which may stand in the way of living life to the fullest. Additionally, I am an ally for and provide therapeutic services to individuals who identify with the LGBTQ+ community. My approach to therapy is affirming and non-judgmental, providing space to process through and explore past hurt and trauma, ineffective patterns of behavior, and explore new perspectives.

Sara Vaccarella, Psy.D., LP


Assessment Director

Dr. Vaccarella has worked with individuals who have engaged in abusive sexual behavior by providing treatment, psychosexual evaluations, and sexual violence risk assessments for nearly a decade. She has experience in community, correctional, and inpatient settings. At Illumé North, Dr. Vaccarella serves to help clients identify their treatment needs through comprehensive assessment, as well as in the measurement of treatment gains throughout an individual's course of treatment. In her role as assessment director, Dr. Vaccarella supervises psychosexual evaluations, risk assessments, and emotional/behavioral health evaluations for children and adolescents who engage in problematic sexual behavior.

Thomas Biley, MSEd



Tom is a person-centered therapist who works with individuals, couples, and families on issues of sexual health and well-being. For the last 9 years, he has worked with youth and adults struggling with mental health in residential, corrections, and outpatient settings. He is trained in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), working with clients to process and recover from traumatic experiences.

Elliott Kunerth MSW, LGSW



Elliott is a client-centered and strengths-based therapist. With a background in psychology and human sexuality, Elliott’s professional interests are providing trauma-informed care for disadvantaged and underserved populations. He is particularly familiar with the LGBTQI+ community and has provided gender-diverse advocacy trainings for the past 8 years. Social justice and advocacy are highly important to Elliott, as well as sexual assault prevention and the de-stigmatization of sexual taboos. Elliott’s approach to therapy is to affirm and empower clients through a trusted relationship that is free of judgment. He strongly values the model of harm-reduction, striving to promote positive sexual health though a person-centered and culturally responsive approach.

Amber Snow


Operations Director

Amber brings years of professional experience to create a seamless and welcoming environment for our clients. Ensuring the safety, well-being, and confidentiality of each client is supported by years of training in trauma-informed approaches. Amber’s deeply held belief that each person is deserving of dignity and respect in their healing journey helps her to guide all of our clients to a therapy path that is right for them. Coordinating client care and clinic operations with expertise and compassion is her top priority. Amber holds degrees in English, Secondary Education, and Ojibwe Language and Culture Education from The College of St. Scholastica. Having also completed 250+ hour training in Trauma-Informed Yoga, she holds a 200 RYT certification. Amber works tirelessly to dismantle systems of oppression in our community through multiple organizations with an emphasis on sexual violence prevention/healing, racism, LGBTQ+ issues, and gender equality.

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