1137 Van Voorhis Rd Ste 27
Morgantown, WV, 26505

Are you ready to begin the journey toward a better life?

Popular discussions over mental health can be confusing, and because we know you have questions, we’re glad you came to us for some of the answers.

Taking the first step toward better mental health is hard, but it is worth it. Our philosophy of therapy isn’t about providing a list of “dos and don’ts,” but about working together toward a common goal. No one understands you better than you do, but with our team of highly trained professionals, we’ll support you as you develop the necessary tools to keep going.

We’re ready to begin this journey with you.

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1137 Van Voorhis Rd Suite 27
Morgantown, WV, 26505

Office Hours

Monday – Thursday: 9am – 5pm

Our Team

Kayla Mullin

Kayla Mullin


Kayla is a graduate of Fairmont State University and Waynesburg University, where she specialized in Addictions Counseling. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor with the West Virginia Board of Examiners in Counseling. Kayla is also an Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor for the West Virginia Certification Board for Addiction and Prevention Professionals.

In addition, Kayla is certified in Perinatal Mental Health, prior to opening Montani Mental Health, Kayla worked in juvenile justice, hospital, and private practice settings.

Ryan Dallatore

Ryan Dallatore


Ryan is a Licensed Professional Counselor with several years of experience in the field. Dallatore has been a therapist in mental health since 2013, and brings a high level of expertise from working with teens who suffer from anxiety, depression, adjustment, aggression, and trauma.

He offers a safe and comfortable environment for patients to explore their behavioral patterns in peace. Dallatore follows a strength-based philosophy of therapy centered on building self-esteem through recognition of accomplishments, resilience, and personal value. He practices a holistic approach to therapy, integrating the gamut of the human condition, with mental, emotional, social and ethical domains of life.

Heather Marshall

Heather Marshall


Heather is a Nationally Board Certified therapist and Licensed Professional Counselor in both West Virginia and Pennsylvania. Marshall holds a B.S. and M.A. from Waynesburg University, and brings a wealth of experience from addiction therapy, residential facilities, outpatient community agencies, and private practices.

Heather strives to meet the individual where they are and supports them toward a common goal. She enjoys teaching her patients how to be mentally self-aware, as well as building upon their natural strengths and abilities.

Ashley Maurin

Ashley Maurin


Ashley is a Licensed Professional Counselor, with a degree from Waynesburg University. She is a Nationally Board Certified Counselor, specializing in anxiety disorders. Maurin has several years of experience in outpatient settings, as well as private practices. She uses an eclectic approach to therapy, but trends toward Cognitive Behavioral Therapy most often.

Ashley serves as an adjunct Professor of Psychology at Waynesburg University.

Sierra Strother

Sierra Strother


Sierra is a Licensed Graduate Social Worker with degrees from West Virginia University, including an M.A. in Social Work. Strother’s professional experience ranges from trauma, addiction, anxiety, and depression, with positions in a variety of residential, inpatient, and community outpatient settings.

Sierra continues to engage with clients ‘right where they are’ and is committed to ongoing training in EMDR, Yoga, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy.


Helpful Forms

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How Can Therapy Help Me?

The benefits of therapy are replete. Therapists provide support and enhanced coping strategies related to issues of depression, anxiety, grief, stress, and more. Many find counseling to be a tremendous asset to managing personal growth, boosts in self-esteem, interpersonal communication, family concerns, marital issues, and the ebbs and flows of daily life.

Do I Really Need Therapy?
Everyone goes through challenging circumstances. Seeking external support isn’t weak, but is admired. Taking responsibility for your mental health by seeking therapy can give you the necessary tools to avoid triggers, redirect damaging patterns, and overcome regular obstacles to your health and wellness.
What is Therapy Like?
Therapy sessions vary from person to person. In general, you can expect to discuss your life, personal history, and, after some time, progress from a previous session. Therapy can be short or long-term to reflect your desired goals and our counsel. Therapy will prove most fruitful through a mutually reinforcing relationship between you and our compassionate team.
What About Medication vs. Psychotherapy?

Our philosophy of therapy will seek to address causes of distress and a pattern of behavioral responses. Working with your medical doctor and therapist will help you determine what’s best for you.

How Does Insurance Work?

To determine mental health coverage, call to discuss your options with your provider first. Here are some helpful questions to consider asking:

  • What are my mental health benefits?
  • What is my coverage amount per therapy session?
  • How many therapy sessions will my plan cover?
  • How much will my insurance pay for an out-of-network provider?
  • Is approval required from my primary care physician?
Are Sessions Confidential?

Yes! Confidentiality is taken seriously at Montani Mental Health. We understand that successful therapy requires a great degree of trust and familiarity, particularly surrounding the disclosure of personally sensitive information. We promise to take your privacy seriously, with professionalism and care.

Therapists should provide a written copy of their confidential disclosure agreement. The information within the agreement cannot be lawfully released without your consent. State law and professional ethics require therapists to maintain confidentiality, except in the following situations:

  • Suspected past or present abuse or neglect of children, adults, and elders to the authorities, including Child Protection and law enforcement, based on information provided by the client or collateral sources.
  • If the therapist has reason to suspect the client is seriously in danger of harming him/herself or has threatened to harm another person.

New Client Forms

If you’re a new client, please complete the following forms and bring them to your first therapy session.

If you would like help coordinating care with another provider (for example, your psychiatrist, primary care physician, etc.), complete this form to authorize release of psychotherapy information.

Insurance Providers


Montani Mental Health accepts all currently listed providers:
● Blue Cross Blue Shield
● Aetna
● UPMC/Community Care
● The Health Plan
● United Healthcare/UBH/Optum

If your provider isn’t listed, call 304-282-0588 to discuss your potential options.

Schedule an Appointment

To schedule an individual or family therapy appointment, or to obtain additional information about Montani Mental Health and the services we provide, please fill out the request form.

This form is for general questions or messages to the practitioner and should not include private or sensitive information related to your health.  Do not include confidential or private information regarding your health condition in this form or any other form found on this website.  This form is for general questions or messages to the practitioner.